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Michelle Malkin on Barack Obama’s Flip-Flop on Iraq War Policy

Even the New York Times is NOT impressed with Barack Obama’s decision to “REFINE” his policies.

We are not shocked when a candidate moves to the center for the general election. But Mr. Obama’s shifts are striking because he was the candidate who proposed to change the face of politics, the man of passionate convictions who did not play old political games.

There are still vital differences between Mr. Obama and Senator John McCain on issues like the war in Iraq, taxes, health care and Supreme Court nominations. We don’t want any “redefining” on these big questions. This country needs change it can believe in.

How about Obama’s new theme: “political expediency you can count on…….”

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Barack Obama Watch: In A Shocker Obama Flip Flops on Iraq War – Now Wants to Clarify His Remarks

Barack Obama Watch: In A Shocker Obama Flip Flops on Iraq War


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Michael Ramirez on Barack Obama

Sadly true…..

But, Obama is “redefining” his Iraq War policy.


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Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Barack Obama and his daughter Sasha watch an Independence Day parade in Butte, Mont., Friday, July 4, 2008

The problem John McCain has in his run for the Presidency is that Barack Obama wants to be President.

John McCain on the 4th of July is sequestered at his Arizona ranch after jetting in from Mexico yesterday while Barack Obama is campaigning in red state Montana pressing the flesh.

The McCain campaign needs more than a new strategy. They need to get McCain out on the trail and act like he wants to be President. McCain needs to fight for the right to be President.

And the pundits wonder why many conservatives are less than enthusiastic about the McCain candidacy?

Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Barack Obama, center, greets supporters after watching an Independence Day parade in Butte, Mon., Friday, July 4, 2008


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Vesna Zeljkovic, 20, of Bosnia hugs President Bush following her oath of citizenship during the 46th annual Independence Day celebration and naturalization ceremony at Monticello, the historic home of Thomas Jefferson, in Charlottesville, Va., Friday, July 4, 2008

No class President Bush hecklers went out of their way today to mar the new citizen swearing in celebration at Thomas Jefferson’s historic home.

President Bush traveled to the home of Thomas Jefferson Friday to help swear in new U.S. citizens as part of Independence Day celebrations.

“When you raise your hands and take the oath you will complete an incredible journey. This journey has taken you from many different countries and has now made you one people,” Bush said at the naturalization ceremony at historic Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia.

“From this day forward, the history of the United States will be part of your heritage. The Fourth of July will be a part of your independence day and I will be honored to call you a fellow American.” he said.

Bush was heckled several times, with some people yelling “War criminal!” One man shouted, “This man has brought fascism to our shores!” About nine people were removed from the ceremony.

“Impeach Bush. Impeach Bush. Amend the Constitution,” shouted another protester, prompting both cheers and boos from the audience of about 3,000 people.

What a bunch of crap. They have the right to protest but……there is a time and place.

No class MORONS….

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Here is something MORE to be proud of as Americans this Independence Day: The largest reenlistment ceremony in the history of the U.S. military took place in the rotunda of the Al Faw Palace in Baghdad, Iraq on July 4, 2008.


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