Rush charges Obama ‘foreigner’ in loyalties

 


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Rush charges Obama ‘foreigner’ in loyalties

‘We don’t need birth certificate to know’


Posted: September 30, 2010
8:16 pm Eastern

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Talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh said today that as far as loyalties go for Barack Obama, he is a “foreigner.”

“Let me put it this way,” Limbaugh said. “We don’t need a birth certificate to know that Obama is a foreigner, in this sense: He’s born in the United States, but he doesn’t think like most of us think. He doesn’t look at this country and its people, its history, its accomplishments the way most of us do. He doesn’t look at our history with pride.”

Limbaugh, who on occasion has referred to the controversy over Obama’s eligibility, continued, “There’s no American exceptionalism as far as Obama’s concerned. Obama looks at America the way Rev. [Jeremiah] Wright looks at it, the way Minister [Louis] Farrakhan looks at it. Obama looks at America, sees the country the way the rest of the hard-core left sees it, and you know who the hard-core left are: Ayers and that crowd. He’s one of them.

“This has been the thing I’ve been trying to convince people of ever since just before the election,” Limbaugh said.

Obama to Tea Partiers: See! The Gulf Disaster is What Smaller Government Will Get You

Obama to Tea Partiers: See! The Gulf Disaster is What Smaller Government Will Get You

By Doug Powers  •  June 12, 2010 11:29 AM

**Written by guest-blogger Doug Powers

When you’re stuck in quicksand, the first pointer in the survival manual is not to flail — President Obama hasn’t read that manual:

The president also implied that anti-big government types such as tea party activists were being hypocritical on the issue.

“Some of the same folks who have been hollering and saying ‘do something’ are the same folks who, just two or three months ago, were suggesting that government needs to stop doing so much,” Obama said. “Some of the same people who are saying the president needs to show leadership and solve this problem are some of the same folks who, just a few months ago, were saying this guy is trying to engineer a takeover of our society through the federal government that is going to restrict our freedoms.”

Is the president saying that he didn’t react quickly because he was trying to placate Tea Party activists, thus blaming them for the slow response? Obama almost makes it sound like he let the Gulf die to make a point against those who are for smaller, more responsible government, doesn’t he?

Besides, the whole argument is bogus, desperate, and perhaps eventually counterproductive for Obama.

Dan Riehl:

Patently false. If the Tea Party mentality held sway, we’d be drilling in ANWR and closer to the shore in shallower water, so this disaster would never have happened. He’s opening the door for even more attacks over how government overreach creates problem like this.

On top of that, it was Obama who was talking about more drilling just before the rig explosion. Is he now saying that was a bad idea, he simply pushed for pure politics? Americans are smart enough to know there’s a big difference between how the government reacts in a major disaster, or a war, versus how it encroaches into their lives more and more on any given day.

‘Nuff said.

**Written by guest-blogger Doug Powers

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White House Wants Us to trust them We Aint in Kansas any more look behind the curtain

White House Wants Us to trust them

May 25th, 2010

By Peter Baker, NYT

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ny9nfrrucNg&feature=player_embedded

Sestak bribery is an impeachable offense

For three months, the White House has refused to say whether it offered a job to Representative Joe Sestak to get him to drop his challenge to Senator Arlen Specter in a Pennsylvania Democratic primary, as Mr. Sestak has asserted.

But the White House wants everyone who suspects that something untoward, or even illegal, might have happened to rest easy: though it still will not reveal what happened, the White House is reassuring skeptics that it has examined its own actions and decided it did nothing wrong. Whatever it was that it did.

“Lawyers in the White House and others have looked into conversations that were had with Congressman Sestak,” Robert Gibbs, the White House press secretary, said Sunday on “Face the Nation” on CBS. “And nothing inappropriate happened.”

“Improper or not, did you offer him a job in the administration?” asked the host, Bob Schieffer.

“I’m not going to get further into what the conversations were,” Mr. Gibbs replied. “People that have looked into them assure me that they weren’t inappropriate in any way.”

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