https://radioviceonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/rvo-logo-4-300x100.jpg 0 0 Jim Vicevich https://radioviceonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/rvo-logo-4-300x100.jpg Jim Vicevich2009-04-20 16:47:532009-04-20 08:33:08Obama: Where was I in 2004?
Obama: Where was I in 2004?
Ok I know … it was sarcastic … I think? But if Bush had done it … you know … somewhere in Illinois a village is missing an “”. You get the idea. More to the point, another campaign promise expired. This time on Cuba.
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“There is no place for this kind of Tyranny”
“Elections that are anything but free or fair, of dissidents locked away in prison cells for the crime of speaking the truth”
“I won’t stand for this injustice”
“Together we will stand up for freedom in Cuba”
Until I become President of course, then this promise like all the others will have an expiration date…
Village idiot, community organizer. What is the difference? Obama was a nondescript, agitprop spewing community organizer and mouthpiece for ACORN before the liberal media decided that it was time for a black man to be president, regardless of his experience or qualifications. If the same media that wholeheartedly attacked Bush reported on Obama in the same fashion, he would be languishing with single digit approval ratings.
As Hillary once said, the presidency is not a place for on the job training, and Obama's bull in the china shop, headlong rush into likely socialism proves it.
He is the perfect Affirmative Action president.
Here's the truly funny part. Fidel (Castro, that is) "took to the air" Sunday (I think) to announce to all Cubans that his brother, Raul Castro's apparent sign to "soften" relations with the US because of Obama really wasn't a sign to soften relations at all. Wow, how neat to have a leader that believes "bowing and scraping" will change the world. He is Chamberlain, Part Two.