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  • Obama, Party Loyalty, and His Own Best Interest [OBAMA FLIP-FLOPS!!!!]

    08/18/2008 10:25:10 PM PDT · by Enchante · 13 replies · 212+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 08/19/08 | Rick Richman
    Warren had asked Obama to provide an example of where he had gone against party loyalty and his own best interest. Obama cited a speech he had given as a state senator from a liberal district in Chicago. At the time, he had no responsibility to cast a vote that would affect the outcome, nor (as he indicated later to Russert) sufficient information to do so. His "Meet the Press" interview shows that, in the midst of his run for the Senate in 2004, as he prepared to take the national stage, Obama put party loyalty (and his own best...
  • Barack Obama lied about babies ‘Born Alive’ vote then smeared Corsi

    08/19/2008 3:41:09 AM PDT · by Sergeant Tim · 19 replies · 442+ views
    MarkLevinFan.com ^ | August 19, 2008 | Sergeant Tim
    On August 16, 2008, in a CBN News interview with David Brody, Senator Barack Obama said: They're engaging in the kind of politics that I think we've become accustomed to which is you try to tear your opponents down and you engage in sort of slash and burn tactics. And very personal sort of personal character attacks. And one of the challenges for us in this campaign is how do you make sure those attacks are answered quickly and forcefully, but also truthfully and that we don't fall into that same kind of tactic. ... As promised, Mark Levin again...