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    Is this the fight Democrats really want to have?

    Is this the fight Democrats really want to have?

    Obama seems to think that just what this country needs is a big fight over which party is more patriotic.

    At least that’s the fight Obama is picking in his speech today in Detroit and reportedly in his upcoming speech to Congress and budget battle:

    “We’re going to see if we’ve got some straight shooters in Congress. We’re going to see if Congressional Republicans will put country before party”

    Is this really the battle the Democratic Party wants?

    Do they have an exit strategy from a fight over patriotism, or at least a target date for withdrawal depending on conditions?

    Please don’t all holler “bring it on” all at once.

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    The most anti-American POTUS in history wants to paint opposition as unpatriotic, in addition to having them murdered by union thugs. Brilliant.

    Professor,

    You ask if this is really the fight they want to have. Not if their hope was to find a way to keep Sarah Palin silent!

    Fascinating angle on her attack — speaking directly to workers — as a former proud union member herself — urging them to reject the “lead” of union bosses who she says are only trying to serve their own selfish interests rather than the interests of the nation in helping to improve our economy.

    Sounds like she’s also opening the door for a response to the Obama “patriotic” argument by urging union workers to reject a call by the union bosses to attempt to turn Americans one against another!

    Here, from her statement on Facebook, is where she began to address that very issue:

    “It’s sad to see much of the labor movement fall lock step behind a President whom Hoffa calls upon to partner in “waging war” against patriotic Americans.”

    When are we going to hear from some of the declared Republican candidates?

    The White House remains mum, refusing to criticize Hoffa’s bombastic introduction of the President, as does the DNC.


     
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    eaglewingz08 | September 6, 2011 at 8:54 pm

    Yes I seem to remember the democraps putting country ahead of party in passing Obamacare? Oh wait, never mind.
    Seems that putting country ahead of party, to liberal socialists, is to only agree to the legislation that the socialists want to pass. Any other position is “partisan” and “unpatriotic” and “extreme”.

    “We’re going to see if we’ve got some straight shooters in Congress. We’re going to see if Congressional Republicans will put country before party”

    There goes all that verboten gun talk thrown out the window. The dims never change do they? “It’s all for me and none for thee” is their motto.

    Sukie Tawdry

    “Is it customary for presidents to bash the other party in their Labor Day addresses?”

    Most presidents use this forum to uplife the morale of the American people. That is not the goal of obama. He wants to tear it down instead. Most presidents didn’t use the office of the president on every occasion and every speech even the state of the union speech to beat up on the opposition. They might have wanted to but they gave some symbalince of being president to all citizens not just their supporters. Most presidents didn’t use a joint meeting of both houses of legislature to give a campaign speech with no message thus insuring free national TV coverage for same campaign speech. The man has no class…is not presidential..and has no love for this country. How 52% of the American people could have been so taken in by this charlatan is mind boggling. My theory is that when residents said they were not going to vote, the canvassers voted for them. which is why the dims are so adamantly against picture ID. They know they can’t win otherwise. Sometimes I think we should take a leaf out of Iraq’s book and have the purple finger.

    window.


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