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Obama LIKELY WILL NOT be The Last President

Posted in politics by roving on June 6, 2009

Them are his words. Not mine. During the speech in France in honor of D-Day, Obama said…

“I’m not the first American President to come and mark this anniversary, and I likely will not be the last. This is an event that has long brought to this coast both heads of state and grateful citizens; veterans and their loved ones; the liberated and their liberators. It’s been written about and spoken of and depicted in countless books and films and speeches. And long after our time on this Earth has passed, one word will still bring forth the pride and awe of men and women who will never meet the heroes who sit before us: D-Day.” All of transcript here…

Was it just a slip of the tongue? Are some just being paranoid? Did his speech writer just make an honest mistake? With Obama its hard to say. He has lied so often, his plans are so close to being communistic, what are we to believe anymore? He is taking over companies and  has the taking over the states  within reach because of the strings he attached with the so called stimulus bill that stimulates nothing.

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  1. Mike said, on June 6, 2009 at 1:51 pm

    It’s a slip of the brain on your part – he’s referring to not being the last President to attend celebrations around D-Day.

    Your paranoia is showing.

  2. rrobin said, on June 9, 2009 at 9:16 am

    Interesting post today on repubx.com –
    There was an interesting e-mail from someone the other day that gives a plausible reason why Michelle didn’t go to Saudi Arabia or Turkey.

    “I was at a [video store] on Saturday renting videos, and as I was going along the wall, there was a video called ‘Obama’. I told the two men next to me that I wouldn’t waste my time. We talked about Obama. These guys were Arabs and I asked them why they thought Michele Obama headed home following her visit in France instead of traveling on to Saudi Arabia and Turkey with her husband.

    They told me she couldn’t go to Saudi Arabia, Turkey or Iraq. I said ‘Laura Bush went to Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Dubai.’ They said that Obama is a Muslim, and by Muslim law he would not be allowed to bring his wife into countries that accept Sharia Law. Just thought it was interesting that two Arabs at [the video store] accept the idea that we’re being ‘led’ by a Muslim who follows the Islamic creed. They also said that’s the reason he bowed to the King of Saudi Arabia. It was a signal to the Muslim world.”

    But for some good news, the tide may just be starting to turn…but notice the MSM reaction!

    From http://www.800poundgorillamedia.com/News.html

    June 8, 2009, 3:50 pm
    Republicans Seize Control of State Senate
    By Jeremy W. Peters AND Danny Hakim. NYT

    State Senate revoltRob Bennett for The New York Times; Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times Two state senators — Pedro Espada Jr. of the Bronx and Hiram Monserrate of Queens — moved to defect to the Republican side, which would end Democratic control of the chamber.

    Updated, 5:14 p.m. | ALBANY – Republicans seized control of the New York State Senate on Monday, in a stunning and sudden reversal of fortunes for the Democratic Party, which controlled the chamber for barely five months.

    A raucous leadership fight erupted on the floor of the Senate around 3 p.m., with two Democrats, Pedro Espada Jr. of the Bronx and Hiram Monserrate of Queens, joining the 30 Senate Republicans in a motion that would displace Democrats as the party in control.

    It was a noisy and acrimonious scene on the floor of the Senate as Senator Thomas W. Libous, a Republican from Binghamton and the party’s deputy leader, shouted for a roll-call vote, while Democrats attempted to stall the vote by asking to adjourn the session.

    All 30 Republicans stood with their hands raised, signaling a vote for a change in leadership. Mr. Espada and Mr. Monserrate joined them, each raising his hand. Republicans won the vote by a 32-to-30 margin. The Senate will now be governed under a new joint leadership structure, with Mr. Espada serving as the president pro tempore, and Senator Dean G. Skelos, of Long Island, as the new majority leader.

    After the results of the vote were read aloud, the in-house television station that carries Senate proceedings live in the Capitol went dark. All that appeared on the screen was a still photo of the Senate chamber and the words “Please stand by.”


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