Posted by: thescoundrel | October 9, 2008

Barack Obama George Bush Jr. – Not So Different at War Edicts


A continuing Obama pattern I have noticed is that Obama was/is ranting against the war in Iraq and basically says – take out our troops immediately and just let the Iraqis kill each other off–> when the question comes up asking what happens when we leave. Yet whenever names like the Congo, Sudan or Rwanda -that are popular causes with the Hollywood crowd- Obama starts talking all-macho about using our troops in foreign countries, saying we need to use our troops to intervene. A favorite saying about McCain by the Obamanation is McSame by comparing him to George Bush2. Yet when you consider Obama’s stance on sending troops to foreign countries – it sounds like the real McSame is Obama! George Bush – Barack Obama, when it comes to using troops in conflicts across the Oceans they are two peas in a pod. Evidently I am not the only person that has noticed Obama’s willingness to be George Bush3.

Obama against Genocide post at this link.

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  1. Who was it—–Ralph Nader who said there is not a dime’s worth of difference between the parties?

    Looks like that’s still true, although Obama is the wild card—what he says may not be what he does–if he does anything at all.

  2. Whatever he does it will be not much different than Bush. No matter whom is President the powers are limited to those of the Executive Branch. The real power still lays with the House and Senate. They control the money. They make the laws. They pass the laws. And if they feel necessary they can even override a Presidential veto. I suspect that the way the Democrat minority and then majority fought with Bush will mirror how the Republican minority will fight with his holiness, Pope Obama. If the government is ever to move forward past this bipartisan congressional fighting the two parties need to bury the hatchet. Not likely of course, but that is what needs to be done. The infighting is to the point I think the voters should consider burying hatchets in the foreheads of legislators. Maybe, just maybe then they would start to understand that they work for us and not special interest groups.


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