Skip to comments.A Radical Presidency
Posted on 03/03/2009 4:13:40 PM PST by Wpin
When Barack Obama delivered his 44-minute acceptance speech in August among the majestic columns of Denver, it was apparent his would be an expansive presidency. Some wondered whether his solutions for a very long list of problems was too ambitious. On Tuesday, before Congress, he made clear across 52 minutes that the economic downturn would not deflect him from his Denver vision...
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Attacking another nation unilaterally without UN approval.
Using fear to get legislation passed.
Asking people to go out and buy as the way they can help.
Didn’t the left used to complain about that?
Rushing us over the cliff is he?
The Obama presidency is going to be a radical presidency.
Depends on what the definition of IS is.
The Obama Freaks put him in the White House. Now the Obama Freaks are waiting for the pay out.
People are waking up and realizing this President is our worst nightmare. It’s not because he has a plan that we disagree with. It’s because he has no idea of what he’s doing. He doesn’t know what it means to be a responsible and accountable leader. He has been reckless in everything he has done with no preponderance or understanding (or concern, not sure which one) of the consequences of his actions. His arrogant demeanor is the facade of a very immature delusional person. His promise of transparency and bi-partisanship were only hollow words, similar to his responses to every negative issue that confronted him in his candidacy to be President. Thanks to the totally irresponsible and biased media, he has been given a free pass. Consequently the uninformed and “deniers” of reality bought into the ridicules notion of an inexperienced, lawyer activist to become President of the most powerful country in the world based on the strategy of hope and change.
We need to push back very hard on this administration and their reckless policies. It’s time to practice our civic duty, get organized and get these “pretenders” out of office. If I sound angry, it’s because I am. I can’t sit back and accept the fact that the position of the President of The United States is being degraded and abused to the levels we are witnessing. As far as I’m concerned, there is no more waiting to see what happens. BHO has clearly shown his intentions and it’s time to let him know how we feel abouit it. Speak out, call your representatives and send money to the RNC, now and ongoing until we win the honor of the Presidency back.
Can you imagine if this man had been the one trying to comfort the families of 9/11 victims?
With all his "do-goodism", there is a hardness of heart there that I just don't understand.