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Wednesday January 28, 2009 6:03 am

People Have Been Fooled By Radical Obama




Posted by Sal Traina Categories: Editorials

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This is for the people who swear Barack Obama is for change, and “non-partisan” politics. In a past blog, I wrote about a letter President Obama submitted to the left wing site, The Daily Kos. In that letter, he calls out to fellow liberals to basically flush out any moderate Democrats, and take the “fight” to the Republicans. Where is the change? Where is this “end of childish” politics he’s talking about? I haven’t seen it yet. I see him keeping with what he wrote for the Kos…an ultra-partisan political ideology.

In one part, he writes:

In order to beat them(Republicans), it is necessary for Democrats to get some backbone, give as good as they get, brook no compromise, drive out Democrats who are interested in “appeasing” the right wing, and enforce a more clearly progressive agenda.

“Brook no compromise” is what he’s been doing since day one in office. With calling out Conservative radio host Sean Hannity by name twelve times, and telling people not to listen to radio host, Rush Limbaugh,in no way, does it seem like Obama wants to have unity. I don;t want unity anyway. What liberals never understood is that there’s right, and there is wrong, there’s good, and there’s evil. There’s two sides to everything, and you can’t “bring them together.” Only one side is right, and so far, in the history of governments, have I seen liberalism, socialism, or the progressive movement succeed. It’s not the right thing.

In my next few blogs, I will give an already fast growing list of examples of how President Obama is slowly winning over the American people with his Socialist plans, and why it will be hard to recover from this. You can also hear more about this on my upcoming show on Edge FM.

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