I hate Obama also because of these very real reasons.<quoted text>
Sorry my friend...
I don't like Obama...when he bowed to Saudi King I lost all my respect for him...he disrespected office of the president and entire America "bowed" with him. He is America's president and he represents all of us...
Also all of his friends and associates are America haters ..." YOU ARE WHO YOUR FRIENDS ARE"!
If Obama didn't agree with rev. Wright, he want be member of his church for 20 yrs.
Sorry friend, I don't have respect for Obama...
P.S. thank you for the compliment!
Obama is a centrist corporate Democrat and not liberal.
Obama continued 90% of all Bush/Cheney policy.
Obama bailed out Wall Street and not Main Street.
Obama passed a Republican health care bill WITHOUT one Republican voting for it.
Obama picked all corporate hacks in his first cabinet, and will again in his second.
Senator Reid & Pelosi are corporate hacks and not liberal.
Senator McConnell, John Boehner and Eric Cantor are corporate hacks and not conservative.
ZOMBIE, The leadership in both parties are the problem and not the solution.
Your reasons ZOMBIE for hating Obama, are not reasonable too me.
FOLLOW THE MONEY!
Are You Connecting .....
..... Any Dots?
Business as usual
Bush's strong support of the Dubai ports deal isn't so surprising in light of his family's many financial ties to Arab sheikdoms.
/ Feb. 24, 2006 http://tinyurl.com/h9yah
The president's shift in tone is as remarkable as his threat to use his first veto in five years to protect the Dubai deal in the face of bipartisan congressional opposition.
But Bush's passionate defense of the United Arab Emirates and the ports deal inevitably raises questions -- not only about the due diligence of his administration in this instance but about his and his family's long-standing ties to the Persian Gulf sheikdoms, and specifically to the UAE's rulers. His insinuation that skepticism is equivalent to bigotry cannot deflect such concerns, which first arose in the months after the 9/11 attacks.
By now, everyone paying attention to the furor over the Dubai ports deal should be aware of the UAE's mixed record with regard to terror and global security. The Emirates' ruling families formerly maintained close relationships with the Taliban and Osama bin Laden, whose hunting camps in Afghanistan they frequented; two of the 20 hijackers in the 9/11 plot were UAE nationals who used safe houses and banks in Dubai; and the A.Q. Khan nuclear smuggling network also used facilities there to mask its operations. Since 9/11, however, the Emirates have cooperated with U.S. operations against al-Qaida, and their state-owned corporations have eagerly participated in American attempts to improve transportation security.
What seems worrisome even to some who might ultimately accept the Dubai ports deal is the "casual attitude" of the Bush administration in vetting the company, as Sen. Carl Levin put it. Considering the history of Bush entanglement with the oil despots of the Gulf, that lax indulgence was bad policy and worse politics.