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Thursday, January 22, 2009


Sore Loser watch: wanting Obama to fail

posted by Aziz P. at Thursday, January 22, 2009 permalink View blog reactions
More Obama Derangement Syndrome, this time from Leon at RedState, who labels Obama as "corrupt" and "morally deparaved":

as we will remember in two short days, all is not morally well in America. Barack Obama is sure to have a lengthy honeymoon with many people, who will be willing to overlook his essential moral emptiness for as long as it appears that he is doing a competent job of running his Administration. As for me, it is my hope for America that Obama’s moral emptiness will be exposed through his actions for all to see, and in such a way that we will not continue to allow ourselves to sweep it under the rug.

I anticipate that after Obama's (second) term as president ends, these will be the same voices calling for him to be impeached.

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