Big Gap – Classic Example
- Daniel Ellsberg, true political hero, on Barack Obama’s Big GAP: http://is.gd/cKCqE
BIG GAP — Big difference between what is said and what is done. America is all about, “Say one thing – do another. Deny what the said and lie about what they did.”
By now the drumbeat of what Obama says versus what Obama does is growing louder and louder. As the question: What do you think about Barack Obama and his presidency and inevitably you will hear the words, “very disappointing.” The list of examples I could offer runs the gamut. What people thought they were getting when they voted for Obama is decidedly NOT what they got. Here is a classic example of the deviant, deceptive, double-talk, disingenuous outright lies that permeates everything.
Here Glenn poses the question regarding Obama’s and his “White House’s petulant, scornful behavior and what it reflects about its actual agenda.”
Democracy works in that the people get what they want, even when they have to manipulate the voting. Most Americans, as reflected by their choice this past presidential election, learned that what they were offered the last 30 to 40 years as reflected in the Bush/Cheney era took America into the Dark Ages, seriously compromising everything held dear and valuable.
Apparently Arkansas deserves a Blanche Lincoln. Is this the future of California, Meg Whitman (Republican)?
“Whitman launches first general election ad” – Whitman is NO politician? She’s going to take back Sacramento from what? Politicians like her?
Another classic example is this one: “Boehner: Government–i.e. Taxpayers–Should Help Pay For Oil Spill” – Pay attention the the words, i.e., “cost of the cleanup.” There are way more costs associated with the Gulf oil blowout the just the “cleanup.” Once President Obama began to say he was ultimately responsible and take control, he committed the American people to pay the bill – one way or another.