Skip to comments.Marco Rubio: Obama Uses the Language Of A Third-World Leader
Posted on 07/01/2011 12:47:41 PM PDT by Nachum
Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) was very disappointed in President Obamas class-warfare press conference yesterday
describing it on the floor of the Senate as the kind of language that you would expect from the leader of a third-world country, not the President of the United States. (Snip) Better yet, prove him wrong, President Obama! Get through a month without deploying a senseless class warfare argument, declaring any new enemies in the American private sector, or castigating citizens for doing the kind of thing prominent Democrats like Air Claire McCaskill do on a regular basis. She didnt just enjoy a tax break
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Rubio got it EXACTLY right, and I hope he understands that to be a rising star that continues to rise, he’ll have to be this blunt. The more I hear him, and hear about him, the better I like him.
There, fixed it for you.
Because 0bama thinks he was elected emperor or dictator.
Senator Rubio is either way too polite or he doesn't understand that ObaMao wants to turn the United States into a turd world country. If he wants the job, then he needs to act the part.
In is own words obama said last year that “it’s easier to be President of China than the United States.” for a so called “Constitutional lawyer” wouldn’t he have found that out while studying at Harvard?
Turd world socialist.
Obama is a liberal fascist. People are waking up to it. Good for Rubio.
Observations about Obama’s Third Word mentality have been made here in the past. A good case can be made the he is America’s first Third World president because he obviously identifies with the TW as much or more than with Western Civilization.
Dick Obama is a third world leader. Ask anyone in Kenya.
One of his pre-immaculation spokesmen said that he was ready to rule from day one.
If we can send Barry packing in 2010, can we inflict him on Kenya on 21 January 2013? Turn around is fair play. Maybe Kenya can more fully appreciate him.
I agree, it’s a bit tentative, YET, I haven’t heard ANY high profile American politician even use the words “Third World Dictator” and “Obama”,in the same sentende, except Rubio, even if he did seem to water it down by calling it “ the language of...” He may go further later on and say it’s MORE than “ the language of”-—
Try as he might Obama will NOT turn the USA into a 3rd World Country, even if everything he put in place is designed to do that: as we get deeper into next year, and the REAL viable opposition candidates start challenging him,
and learning what it will take to defeat him, the main project of Obama will be to keep concealing the likely repercussions of everything from Obamacare to the decisions he made in Egypt and Libya. One by one, they’ll come tumbling down.