GOP Sen. Alexander to Obama: ‘Don’t Make an Enemies List’

October 21, 2009


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4 Responses to “GOP Sen. Alexander to Obama: ‘Don’t Make an Enemies List’”

  1. G. Vindas on October 21st, 2009 7:29 pm

    I’m so glad the President is taking this position, Fox deserves nothing more, nothing less, they are supposed to be presenting the news, not a party’s side.

    Good on you Mr. President

  2. Michael on October 21st, 2009 7:34 pm

    More GOP garbage. Funny how they accuse Obama of something a Republican did. Lamar is just doing what Fox told him to do, pushing the same lie. I think its great to call them out, Fox is just the propaganda wing of the GOP.

  3. Old Man Dotes on October 21st, 2009 8:00 pm

    You know, there’s a word for people who try to advance their own agendas at the cost of providing aid and comfort to the nation’s enemies, and snarling up the necessary business of government. Back in the Sixties, when Jane Fonda did it, both Republicans and Democrats called her a traitor.

    Hannity, Beck, Limbaugh, Lamar Alexander, Palin, (and not McCain, who apparently has some class), and quite a few other GOP “leaders” are providing aid and comfort to the enemy – the terrorists – by knowingly, willingly, and deliberately attempting to prevent the Administration from conducting the business of government. I, as a retired US Army Non-commissioned Officer, am calling them out: You lot are committing treasonous acts, and your shameless partisanship is both embarrassing and infuriating.

  4. Okpulot Taha on October 21st, 2009 10:29 pm

    Yes, I was around for Nixon and Agnew, but if you ask of my age I will deny this; woman’s prerogative.

    Obama ordering health insurance companies, such as Humana, to not comment on his health care plan is much like Nixon using the IRS to punish his political enemies. Obama threatening to use anti-trust laws against health insurance companies is very much Nixonian. Then there is Obama’s “snitch list” which is disturbing.

    Obama is escalating his Chicago thuggery ways to a significantly higher level. This, to me, is direct evidence Obama is more than willing to violate our constitutional guarantees and equally willing to violate our laws.

    Personally, I believe Obama will be noted in history books as the worst American president, much worse than Nixon and Carter. There is no doubt in my mind the Obama presidency will be noted as a failed presidency and will be a one term presidency.

    Much of this has nothing to do with partisan politics rather has to do with a lack of acceptable presidential behavior and Obama’s callused disregard for our American way of life; he is exhibiting an anti-America attitude.

    Okpulot Taha
    Choctaw Nation
    Puma Politics

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