He’s also a huge government globalist.
Rubio Praises U.N., World Bank, IMF for Not Asserting Narrow American Interests
CNS News ^ | 4/25/2012 | Michael W. Chapman
What if Ob is history, now?
I mean, what if, Romney is effectively in? In a way se is. He could win it. He is now appointing staff. Let’s say Ob and Pelosi and all are out. They’re yesterday’s news and they are now just babbling.
Can’t we assume that we now need to be very careful to be honest about what kind of non patriots are getting in there? Even though we don’t have power to change it (we should, but we can see we haven’t so far, in this primary), can’t we look at it and at least say “no, he is not loyal to this country”, when a nominee/prospective appointee alogically appears so?
Can we learn from Ob? Just because he has political affiliations which tend toward anti American-ism, does not logically mean that the GOP-establishment cannot appoint someone with anti American sentiments from a different direction.
Ob might be just done.
His wife is talking about leaving the WH in the media. That’s significant.
She’s moving on, in a sense.
Can we do so?