Skip to comments.Obama says adding $4 trillion to debt is unpatriotic. (2008)
Posted on 08/25/2011 11:35:12 AM PDT by Carling
Apparently we can now call Obama unpatriotic, and he'll have to agree with it.
“Apparently we can now call Obama unpatriotic, and he’ll have to agree with it.”
Obama was and is unpatriotic before he added a dime to the debt!
usually we associate with people who have similar ideas to us, and it seems that it calls into question what Barack Obama's true beliefs, and values, and thoughts are...I am very concerned that he [Barack Obama] may have anti-American views."
The rest of us knew that long before the election, but the Rats have been all about blindly supporting a Democrat because he’s not a Republican!
This should be made into a political commercial STAT!!!
Liberals already have a defense for this: it’s bush’s fault that Obama has to borrow so much in order to fix bush’s mistakes
(gee, that was easy)
If that’s their best defense, then Obama may as well save his money and not bother running for reelection.
No, wrong, and you must be a racist to say otherwise. What’s the matter with you, can’t stand to see a black man in the White House? /s
Don’t forget: Obama was lying: Bush added only TWO Trillion to the debt.
So Obama was really saying that adding TWO Trillion to the debt was unpatriotic.
So obama said back in 2008 that President Bush was unpatriotic because he raised our debt by $4 trillion dollars during the “ 8 “ years that he was president. Well now president obama has raised our debt by a whopping $5 trillion dollars in just less then “ 3 “ years of his being president. So what’s that say about obama? That he is deliberately destroying our economy?...... Or he’s just an idiot?
Bush’s debt wasn’t as good as our debt.
Now why don’t you little people pay your taxes? Your government is broke.
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