Obama puts critics of financial overhaul on notice

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  1. poncho

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    "I welcome a debate about how we can make sure our regulations work for businesses and consumers," Obama said. "But what I will not accept — what I will vigorously oppose — are those who do not argue in good faith."

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    Good faith? Does that mean that if you want to be included in this debate you have to have good faith in the unconstitutional Federal Reserve system?

    Or is it we have to have good faith in Obama and the Wallstreet boys?

    What a phoney baloney this guy is. If Obama and the Wallstreet boys were able to tell the truth it would sound alot like what Ron Paul is saying. But then we shouldn't expect any politician who's been working so hard to put these financial gangsters in charge of everything to allow the truth into the debate.
     
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    Obama is so conceited that he only wants yes men...

    Talk about elite... !!!
     
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    I think you give him too much credit my friend. Obama himself is only a yes man for the elite financial gangsters.
     
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    Remember that Ron Paul had fund mgrs, WallStreet types, and bankers on his financial advisory board. Cody Willard (a Paulite) has now jumped ship, saying Paul is part of the problem in Washington, something that many critics of pseudocons like Paul have been saying for a while now.
     
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    You know, when Obama was elected, I made a promise to myself that I would always show him the respect the Bible says he is due, and that I would never treat or talk about him the way Dems did toward President Bush.

    But he is just so unbelievably arrogant and dismissive and disrespectful of the American people that I'm really starting to wonder how long I can keep my promise.
     
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    Seeing as you are displaying "good faith" in the Fed's fiat money system and Obama and the Wallstreet Boys you Tom are allowed to be in Obama's false debate. Good job.

    Congratulations!

    I remember all the RINO candidates dissing Paul during the elections because he still believed in Republican principles. This is just more of the same. Big whoop.

    Let em go work for the posers and see where that gets em after the Fed is audited and found to be the criminal enterprise it has always been. :wavey:
     
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    I have no respect for"bo". Never have and never will. He is a Marxist plain and simple!
     
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    It's clear he doesn't want anyone to question his preconceptions fed to him from his Keynesian and neoKeynesian cronies.

    Makes him a weak economist, but that makes him a typical Baptist Board poster :laugh:
     

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