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AnArmyVeteran Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-27-10 08:23 AM
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72. Good post, but I don't like all of the caving to the enemy.
There are no justifications for Obama to sit on his hands and allow dimwitted tea baggers seize the national dialogue on health care reform. There are no justifications for constantly allowing the enemy water down bill after bill and not get a single vote from them. You mentioned the right being even angrier if another candidate was president. So what! They would be angry no matter which democrat was in office. Tough, strong people would have condemned their insane attacks and a strong leader would not have caved to the likes of faux noise by immediately firing Shirley Sherrod. That was a perfect opportunity to condemn fake news organizations like faux, but after Obama caved to them it was impossible to take a stand against them. Obama needs to fire Axelrod, Emanuel and everyone around him who are defenders of corporations.

Btw, I was an Obama delegate and I am extremely dissapointed with his lack of courage and his constant caving into the other side. I thought the democrats won in 2008.
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