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Obama: Radical in Liberal Clothing

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by carpro, Jul 9, 2008.

  1. carpro

    carpro Well-Known Member
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    http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/07/obama_radical_in_liberal_cloth.html

    July 07, 2008

    Obama: Radical in Liberal Clothing
    By Peter Kirsanow

    The reigning media narrative is that because this is a heavily Democratic year, Senator McCain is a clear underdog to Senator Obama. The narrative has almost nothing to do with the appeal of the candidates' respective policies -- and it's clear the Obama campaign is concerned voters will begin to notice.

    Consequently, in order to position himself for the general election, Obama has been running furiously toward the center-- deemphasizing his liberalism with the adroit use of linguistic jiu jitsu. As NBC recently reported, Obama declared:

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    All presidential candidates take at least one position that's unpopular with the electorate; it's impossible not to in a heterogeneous society. And a candidate who's nothing but a weathervane of public opinion isn't likely to become an inspiring leader. But few, if any, serious presidential contenders have ever taken so many positions supported by so few.

    In the circles in which Obama has been traveling much of his career, his positions on the issues are hardly remarkable. But the general election campaign will reveal that even in a strongly Democratic year, those circles remain a tiny sub-set of the American electorate.
     
  2. KenH

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    Just more of the same old, same old bashing of Senator Obama. Nothing new here. Move along, folks, move along. :)
     
  3. exscentric

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    "Just more of the same old, same old bashing of Senator Obama. Nothing new here. Move along, folks, move along."

    Just more of the same old, same old bashing of Senator Obama related material. Nothing new here. Move along, folks, move along. :laugh:
     
  4. KenH

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    I don't know why any of us on either side of the Obama/McCain argument post any of this stuff. Nobody's mind is being changed. We are just electronically flapping our gums. :laugh:
     
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    Vote for the one who you believe will do the least damage!
     
  6. just-want-peace

    just-want-peace Well-Known Member
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    You DO know that the BB rules don't require you to answer a post that doesn't interest you -- don't you?????????????????????:laugh:
     
  7. exscentric

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    "Vote for the one who you believe will do the least damage!"

    That is what I figure, but I just can't figure out which one that is. Wish one would ask the other to be vp and then I wouldn't have to vote :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
     
  8. carpro

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    If you actually read some of the material on the candidates, it might help you reach a decision.

    But, maybe not. For you, it might be better to approach this election in blind ignorance. :thumbs:

    It's working for some.
     
  9. Timsings

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    Can we get a smiley for that? :D


    Tim Reynolds
     
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