Skip to comments.1995 Obama: ‘The Entire History of America Is Towards Concentration of Power and Oppression’
Posted on 09/19/2012 1:51:33 PM PDT by nhwingut
Both presidential nominees are facing more scrutiny for statements they have made in the past as the 2012 election is now less than two months away. Just this week, GOP nominee Mitt Romney faced criticism for his now infamous 47 percent remarks, while President Barack Obama fought to downplay a 1998 video in which he voiced his support for redistribution.
And while some Obamas remarks from his past have gotten a lot of media attention, others have seemingly slipped under the radar.
One of the videos that apparently went unnoticed is an unearthed clip from 1995, which originally surfaced sometime in 2009, which shows a visibly younger Barack Obama speaking candidly about collectivism and the history of America, which he explained has always been toward concentration of power and oppression.
(Excerpt) Read more at theblaze.com ...
More of the truth is now coming out.
Good luck getting the MSM to report any of this.
Do you think he was properly vetted the first time around?
He sure thinks little of this country....
Folks, Obama is a disaster and must be defeated. However, this video does not show him saying what the title of the thread says. In fact, he seems to disagree with that statement. We have plenty to use against Obama (the last four years of Obamanomics) without getting pulled down some rabbit trail like this. Stay focused and stay on message.
The headline is misleading. I can’t get the video to run but the transcript says I would challenge a reading of American history that would say the entire history of America is towards concentration of power and oppression.
That’s saying that he disagrees with the quote in the headline.
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