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Barack Obama Vs. Barack Obama: Using 9/11 to Scare Up Votes

Barack Obama, February 27, 2008:

I want to put an end to the politics of fear that uses 9-11 as a way to scare up votes rather than a way to bring the country together.

Barack Obama, June 20, 2008:

Given the grave threats that we face, our national security agencies must have the capability to gather intelligence and track down terrorists before they strike… given the legitimate threats we face, providing effective intelligence collection tools with appropriate safeguards is too important to delay.

Doubletalk.

3 comments to Barack Obama Vs. Barack Obama: Using 9/11 to Scare Up Votes

  • hmmm

    Wednesday Larry Sinclair was arrested on an old Delaware warrant coming out of a press conference at National Press Club in DC. Some blame the arrest on Obama control of the Bilderberg group, others say why doesn’t Obama just prove his innocence by releasing his 1999 phone records that Sinclair claims prove phone calls between Sinclair, Obama and murdered Trinity choir director Donald Young.

  • Bilderberg Schmilderberg.

    We don’t need to pursue silly conspiracy theories when the abuse is going on right before our eyes.

    John McCain, Barack Obama and George W. Bush are all supporting the destruction of the Fourth Amendment in the Bill of Rights.

    I don’t need to believe in the Illuminati to be outraged.

  • Tom

    Well, that didn’t take long. He turned right even before the convention! So much for our last hope . . .

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