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I, too, did not like Obama in the beginning. Apparently you misread my article. My point was that I had initially believed he was sincere in his beliefs...even though mistaken. Please do not interpret that to mean that I was an Obama fan. I am a life long Conservative. Thank you for your thoughts on the articleJay Clarke
Oh dear. I admit that I was fooled and had to be God smacked by reality!Ouch... its a bright light when I got around to seeing it... thanks in part to people like you who knew.
I never liked the man. And did my best to campaign against him. A person with no values is untrustworthy.
I never understood his appeal. Even people I knew who supported him did so because he wasn't Hillary. Not a very good reason to elect a leader.
Forwarding this to the people who need to see it would not work. They would never get past the headline before discarding it.
Welcome to the party
Obama is an evil demagogue.I fail to understand how ANYONE could have fallen for his so-called charisma.
evil is more like it! Have a great weekend my friend..:)
@ Jan: I actually signed on e of the fascist Ohio 'party loyalty cards' under penalty of prosecution to support Hillary because she wasn't Obama. By the time Ohio's primaries occur the GOP candidate is almost always decided by the numbers.Yes, I kid you not, our State has them. I switched back later...
Jay Clarke: Thank you for taking the time to contact me personally in this regard. Perhaps you misread my post because some of us never saw ANY sincerity, mistaken or otherwise, in Obama at all. After reading about Obama's past and numerous accounts of how he obtained the Illinois Senate seat in 1996, I could only conclude that Obama's core beliefs don't dovetail with the sunny promises of hope, change, transparency, etc., of the man who ran for president. No sincerity there just a calculated lunge for power. Once again, thank you for your time.
Silly rabbit: If the MSM had done their jobs fairly, Obama wouldn't have won the nomination or Hillary either, for that matter. The GOP shares culpability in nominating a candidate like McCain who was, like Bob Dole before him, almost predisposed to lose. It was a perfect storm for Obama and a destructive tsunami for the country.
Leticia: Exactly. Jan: Me either. The election of 2008 should go down in history as a cautionary tale. The phrase "Never again" comes to mind. Granny Annie: Unfortunately you're correct. Chuck: I don't like this party. I want to go home ;-)
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