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Obama’s supporters accepted his failings — hook, line and sinker

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Obama’s supporters accepted his failings — hook, line and sinker The election is over and Barack Obama’s supporters are patting themselves on the back for a job well done while remaining willfully indifferent to the fact that he poses a clear and present threat to our civil liberties. The Democratic Party’s 2008 platform touted single-payer health care and focused on restoring “our constitutional traditions.” The Obama campaign supported constitutional protections and judicial oversight on any ...


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albright1
November 22, 2012
11:07 a.m.

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Walter.....you were "duped"

SnowGrinch
November 23, 2012
7:47 a.m.

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Walter
The election is over. Romney and the Republicans suffered a resounding loss.
Get over it. Quit complaining. Call your congressman or senator and push for a bipartisan jobs bill.

wmarincic
November 23, 2012
12:52 p.m.

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Well stated Walter. Obama's useless idiots have no clue.

FrankLowe
November 23, 2012
5:34 p.m.

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Snowgrinch, Your comment shows how ignorant you are. Walter Wouk is a liberal, a real liberal, whom I disagree with on some issues, but whose opinion I respect. If you read and understood his letter, you'd know that Woulk is far from a Romney/Ryan supporter. He is a person who probably supported Obama, and is pointing out the fact that Obama has, in typical political fashion, outright lied to get elected. I give Wouk credit, very few on left point out the dishonest ways of the amateur in the white house.

If there were more real honest liberals like Walter Wouk, and fewer radical progressives like Obama, the two parties might just accomplish something.

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