Barack, we hardly knew you . . .

Two Dem pollsters in WSJ:

During the election campaign, Barack Obama sought to appeal to the best instincts of the electorate, to a post-partisan sentiment that he said would reinvigorate our democracy. He ran on a platform of reconciliation—of getting beyond “old labels” of right and left, red and blue states, and forging compromises based on shared values.

He lied!

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  • Richard L. Cutler  On 07/28/2010 at 1:47 PM

    Alas and Alack !! Where I grew up, the liars gained social redemption by confessing that they were liars. PLease tell me that it’s not too lafe for Obama to redeem himself. At least, the truth would be a breath of clean air — is there ANY clean air remaining in Chicago politics ?

    SAve the nation. Demand the truth.

    Richard L. Cutler
    Ann Arbor Citizen

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  • Richard L. Cutler  On 07/28/2010 at 2:05 PM

    One comment should be enough, but I’m fascinated by the sound of my own words.

    Here’s my second and last obseervatio0\n:

    “Please define what “ephemeral” means.” Here goes: We have a living, breathing example in describing the TRUTH of Obama’s comments

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  • Margaret  On 07/29/2010 at 4:14 PM

    These two must be less intelligent or incisive than they think. Anyone paying the slightest attention to Obama’s friends and background should have been very afraid of him and the now hard-Left Democrat party.

    I wonder if they are getting ready to support Hillary in 2010? Just what the country needs, a return of the Arkansas grifters, who, if Bush had done his job would be have been so busy trying to stay of prison that Hillary couldn’t consider running for any office.

    Instead they made over $109 million last year and plan to spend $2-5 million on Chelsea’s wedding (couldn’t they have donated most of that to the poor that they are always insisting that the rest of must sacrifice our hard-earned savings for?)

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