Your living in a fox news fantasy land.<quoted text>
My my my...very short memory ...what happened to those that just said HUSSEIN ...his middle name...
If you tried, you would be destroyed..........
What did Obama said his name was when he was sworn in?????
"I Barack HUSSEIN. Obama"...right, but not before.
Obama paid millions for his records to be hidden and protected. Why do you think is that?????
Were is Obama's friend called Sadiki or something like that, who was doing drugs with Obama? As soon Obama was nominated, NO ONE could find him...were is Obama girlfriends of friends from college????? How many were paid big money to keep their mouth shot...why is so many secrets about Obama?????
Obama is Chicago thug...the worst criminals and Mafia comes from Chicago ...
Obama is an American citizen and not a Muslim....
Obama's Chicago Boys
June 12, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/a3jmp3r
Barack Obama waited just three days after Hillary Clinton pulled out of the race to declare, on CNBC, "Look. I am a pro-growth, free-market guy. I love the market."
Demonstrating that this is no mere spring fling, he has appointed 37-year-old Jason Furman to head his economic policy team. Furman is one of Wal-Mart's most prominent defenders, anointing the company a "progressive success story." On the campaign trail, Obama blasted Clinton for sitting on the Wal-Mart board and pledged, "I won't shop there." For Furman, however, it's Wal-Mart's critics who are the real threat: the "efforts to get Wal-Mart to raise its wages and benefits" are creating "collateral damage" that is "way too enormous and damaging to working people and the economy more broadly for me to sit by idly and sing 'Kum-Ba-Ya' in the interests of progressive harmony.
Obama's love of markets and his desire for "change" are not inherently incompatible. "The market has gotten out of balance," he says, and it most certainly has. Many trace this profound imbalance back to the ideas of Milton Friedman, who launched a counterrevolution against the New Deal from his perch at the University of Chicago economics department. And here there are more problems, because Obama--who taught law at the University of Chicago for a decade--is thoroughly embedded in the mind-set known as the Chicago School.