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Posted in: Obama calls for honest debate on health care See in context

If Obama, nor any of his chronies, cannot easily explain how this health reform will be paid for other than "savings", then it doesn't deserve 1% of the discussion that it's getting. Obama's desire is to turn the U.S. into a nation of slaves (including our children, ad infinitum)...

If there's one thing that we've learned, it's that the Govt managing anything is a serious mistake. Look at social security, medicare, tax system, etc. There's no benefit for the Govt managing it correctly, since fixing it is as easy as running deficits and raising taxes.

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Posted in: Palin resigns as Alaska governor; keeps plans secret See in context

Gotta love the liberals. What exactly did Sarah Palin do to the liberals, other than challenge them? Misogynists all...

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Posted in: Obama spends time sightseeing with family in Paris See in context

It's a good thing we're not in a recession. Trips like these, and the Obama's $24,000 dates would be viewed quite poorly.

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Posted in: Romney raps Obama's 'tour of apology' See in context

Wow -- so many people unaware of history. Politics in the U.S. is cyclical. Liberals are in charge today, but by the mid-term elections in 2010, conservatives will be back It's the only reason that the U.S. hasn't been forced to the extremes. Every 2-4 years, control is passed from one party to another. Thankfully.

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Posted in: Even if it works, U.S. shouldn't use torture See in context

Yes, torture is bad. It's much better to have many people killed, than to have a few people uncomfortable.

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Posted in: Senate struggles on Obama's economic stimulus bill See in context

Democratic leadership is an oxymoron.

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Posted in: Senate struggles on Obama's economic stimulus bill See in context

Obama is proving, something half of the U.S. already knew, that he is an unfortunate mix of arrogance and naivete...

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Posted in: What can other leaders learn from Obama? See in context

Another thing that "Obama" can learn is that as quickly the media can build you up, they can tear you down twice as fast. For example, not more than a year ago, McCain was the liberals favorite Republican. McCain found a way to work with the most liberal in Congress (Dodd, Kennedy, Feingold, etc.). Liberals loved McCain because he bucked the system and worked to the middle to achieve change (something we actually need right now). But during the election, McCain was labeled a right-wing nut...

Now, we have Obama, who seems to want to flaunt the fact that "he won" rather than working with everyone for change. Note that even the liberal press has tired of Obama after only two days due to his desire to avoid them and not answer their questions.

My prediction (and I hope that I'm wrong) is that Obama's legacy of corrupt Chicago politics will have followed him to Washington and his legacy will be one worse than Richard Nixon.

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Posted in: What can other leaders learn from Obama? See in context

What? All he's done is made a bunch of promises that he's not lived up to (by his own admission). Is that the lesson America can teach the world -- say anything to get elected?

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Posted in: Obama suggests some auto execs should lose jobs See in context

They should fail, but Democrats won't let that happen because they are in part funded by the UAW (union). Corruption continues -- where's the change Obama promised?

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