Skip to comments.'JUST WORDS': OBAMA '08 RIPS LINES FROM DEVAL PATRICK... TWICE...
Posted on 07/18/2016 11:14:19 PM PDT by Helicondelta
Deval Patrick's speech in Worcester, MA on 6/3/06.
Barack Obama's speech in South Carolina on 11/2/07.
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
Unlike what Melania said, Obama repeated Patrick word folr word!
Yes, there is plenty of ammo to fire back with, especially once Joe Biden is brought into the picture!! Biden lifted a whole bunch of stuff from several other people at different times.
and there’s more linked at #5
Deval Patrick's campaign slogan was "Together we can!" Zero's campaign slogan was "Yes, we can!"
Reportedly, Zero thought "Yes, we can!" was too corny, but Moochelle convinced him otherwise.
Or how about the times obie gave the same State of the Union speech?
obozo is essentially a C student who was selected by the saudi government to be groomed at Harvard and promoted via the corrupt chicago machine into a positonof power...
HE WAS SELECTED BY THE SAUDIS AND ELECTED BY BOBBLEHEADS AND FREESTUFF ENTITLEMENT SLUGS
the PRAVDA PRESS covers for his mediocracy propagating via the continuous BIG LIE... about his mental capabilities, WHICH HE HAS NEVER DISPLAYED...
His agenda is obvious to even a casual observer but the PSUEDO INTELLECTUALS keep pushing the “genius” lie...
SHOW US ONE POSITIVE ACCOMPLISHMENT
domestic policy: FAIL
foreign policy: FAIL
race relations: FAIL
trade policy: FAIL
health care: FAIL
relations with allies: FAIL
national security: FAIL
military policy: FAIL
his legacy is CHAOS .......
actually if obozo played golf every day of his presidency THE COUNTRY AND THE WORLD WOULD BE BETTER OFF.......
So there’s a double standard? There’s always a double standard with Democrats.
Republicans have to do a better job. It’s what Conservatives do.
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