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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

    Quote Originally Posted by TBone View Post
    Wow that proves he is a communist? I discounted the same type of generalization of GW as a Facist when Congress passed bills that had to the Patriot Act.

    both are garbage, but to each his own.

    Castro and Chavez are going to do anything to piss off those that supported GW.
    As I brought up in a different post, indeed Bush and Obama have something in common.

    I've also brought up long before Castro did how Obama's policies are in-line with socialism. Due to much of the evidence coming from Obama's own words, the similarities far exceed generalization, such as the case for GW.

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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

    Quote Originally Posted by Politics101 View Post
    As I brought up in a different post, indeed Bush and Obama have something in common.

    I've also brought up long before Castro did how Obama's policies are in-line with socialism. Due to much of the evidence coming from Obama's own words, the similarities far exceed generalization, such as the case for GW.
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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

    Time to put this lie to rest, and it will be fun doing so:

    Obama Is A Democrat and Has Run in All of His Campaigns as a Democrat.

    On March 19, 1996, Obama won the Democratic primary for the 13th district.

    On March 17, 1998, Obama won the Democratic primary for the 13th district.

    On March 21, 2000, Obama lost the Democratic primary for Congress, representing the first district of Illinois.

    On March 19, 2002, Obama won the Democratic primary for the 13th district.

    On March 16, 2004, Obama was the Democratic primary for US Senate.

    In 2008, Obama won the Democratic primary for President of the United States.

    Sources cited - [Illinois State Board of Elections; Chicago Weekend, 3/24/1996; Illinois State Board of Elections; Illinois State Board of Elections; Illinois State Board of Elections; Illinois State Board of Elections; CNN]

    New Party Said That They “Backed…Candidates;” Only “Backed” Obama In 1996.

    “Since it’s founding in 1992, the New Party chapters have backed 200 candidates—and 133 have won their races. Roughly half of our candidates are women; more than a third are people of color.” According to a cache of their website, the New Party only “backed” Obama in 1996; “Illinois: Danny Davis (U.S. House of Representatives, 1996, 1998), Miguel Del Valle (Illinois State Senate, 1998), Willie Delgado (Illinois State Legislature, 1998), Barack Obama (State Legislature, 1996), Michael Chandler (Chicago City Council, 1995), Patricia Martin (Cook County Judge, 1996).”

    Source cited - [New Party Archive, 2003]

    In other words, Obama never campaigned to get nominated on the New Party Ballot.

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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Time to put this lie to rest, and it will be fun doing so:

    Obama Is A Democrat and Has Run in All of His Campaigns as a Democrat.

    On March 19, 1996, Obama won the Democratic primary for the 13th district.

    On March 17, 1998, Obama won the Democratic primary for the 13th district.

    On March 21, 2000, Obama lost the Democratic primary for Congress, representing the first district of Illinois.

    On March 19, 2002, Obama won the Democratic primary for the 13th district.

    On March 16, 2004, Obama was the Democratic primary for US Senate.

    In 2008, Obama won the Democratic primary for President of the United States.

    Sources cited - [Illinois State Board of Elections; Chicago Weekend, 3/24/1996; Illinois State Board of Elections; Illinois State Board of Elections; Illinois State Board of Elections; Illinois State Board of Elections; CNN]

    New Party Said That They “Backed…Candidates;” Only “Backed” Obama In 1996.

    “Since it’s founding in 1992, the New Party chapters have backed 200 candidates—and 133 have won their races. Roughly half of our candidates are women; more than a third are people of color.” According to a cache of their website, the New Party only “backed” Obama in 1996; “Illinois: Danny Davis (U.S. House of Representatives, 1996, 1998), Miguel Del Valle (Illinois State Senate, 1998), Willie Delgado (Illinois State Legislature, 1998), Barack Obama (State Legislature, 1996), Michael Chandler (Chicago City Council, 1995), Patricia Martin (Cook County Judge, 1996).”

    Source cited - [New Party Archive, 2003]

    In other words, Obama never campaigned to get nominated on the New Party Ballot.

    From this web site.
    There now we all know. The oracle has spoken.

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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

    Quote Originally Posted by jujuman13 View Post
    There now we all know. The oracle has spoken.
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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Time to put this lie to rest, and it will be fun doing so:

    Obama Is A Democrat and Has Run in All of His Campaigns as a Democrat.

    On March 19, 1996, Obama won the Democratic primary for the 13th district.

    On March 17, 1998, Obama won the Democratic primary for the 13th district.

    On March 21, 2000, Obama lost the Democratic primary for Congress, representing the first district of Illinois.

    On March 19, 2002, Obama won the Democratic primary for the 13th district.

    On March 16, 2004, Obama was the Democratic primary for US Senate.

    In 2008, Obama won the Democratic primary for President of the United States.

    Sources cited - [Illinois State Board of Elections; Chicago Weekend, 3/24/1996; Illinois State Board of Elections; Illinois State Board of Elections; Illinois State Board of Elections; Illinois State Board of Elections; CNN]

    New Party Said That They “Backed…Candidates;” Only “Backed” Obama In 1996.

    “Since it’s founding in 1992, the New Party chapters have backed 200 candidates—and 133 have won their races. Roughly half of our candidates are women; more than a third are people of color.” According to a cache of their website, the New Party only “backed” Obama in 1996; “Illinois: Danny Davis (U.S. House of Representatives, 1996, 1998), Miguel Del Valle (Illinois State Senate, 1998), Willie Delgado (Illinois State Legislature, 1998), Barack Obama (State Legislature, 1996), Michael Chandler (Chicago City Council, 1995), Patricia Martin (Cook County Judge, 1996).”

    Source cited - [New Party Archive, 2003]

    In other words, Obama never campaigned to get nominated on the New Party Ballot.

    From this web site.
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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman View Post
    True, but most, if not all Democrats are Socialists anyways. They love big daddy government and hate capitalism. No such thing as a Conservative Democrat.

    Corrrect. Not the irrelevant crap on socialism, since you demonstrably couldn't tell what socialism was if it bit you, but the part about Conservatives not being democrats. They're autocrats to a man. (the women keep house, and bake.)
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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman View Post
    True, but most, if not all Democrats are Socialists anyways. They love big daddy government and hate capitalism. No such thing as a Conservative Democrat.
    Oh damn, I will have to tell all my Democratic friends they are really Socialist. Man will they be surprised.

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    Re: Castro cheers passage of Obama's health care bill a 'miracal'

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    Corrrect. Not the irrelevant crap on socialism, since you demonstrably couldn't tell what socialism was if it bit you, but the part about Conservatives not being democrats. They're autocrats to a man. (the women keep house, and bake.)
    Socialism?? You mean that which enslaves China, Cuba, Venezuela, the old USSR and Eastern Bloc?? That which Hitler espoused?? And that which is the modern Liberal Democrat party??


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