Skip to comments.Obama's Opening Salvo: Hope, Change and Fear [HG: "Hope is the Only Thing Stronger Than Fear...."]
Posted on 05/06/2012 9:30:34 AM PDT by fight_truth_decay
Barack Obama once wanted to "Win the Future." Now he's just hoping to get there. "Forward" is the new message of his re-election campaign, which he outlined Saturday in the first two official speeches of his 2012 presidential campaign. While his message still contains the old slogan's optimism of a brighter tomorrow, the force of the president's new argument is not so much that Americans could achieve greatness but that they must lock arms to keep Mitt Romney from dragging the country back to a dark past. Hope and change are still alive, said the president, referring to his 2008 election themes. But this time fear is also his running mate.
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Quote from Hunger Games:
"Hope is the Only Thing Stronger Than Fear.
A Lot of Hope is Dangerous..'Contain it!' "
CBS, earning their spot on Obama’s behind every day.
Yep, it’s “forward” with Obama. But forward to what sort of future?
I can’t help but think of Chairman Mao’s disasterous “Great Leap Forward” when Obama talks of moving “forward”. Of course, I’m sure the liberals would denounce any sort of relation of Obama’s policies to the polices of a good communist such as Chairman Mao.
On a tangential topic, I bet Chairman Mao is turning in his grave, to see how China has embraced some free market reforms in recent years. Would Chairman Mao recognize or approve of today’s China?????
What the Forward?
What if CBS's Dickerson asked: So No Budget by the Obama Administration Because? Cut the Partisan Blame Game...We're Dying? No Cure for how Financially Sick we really are?
RE: Ostrich Approach to Reality
Our “hope” now lies in throwing Zer0’s punk a$$ out of office.
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