Obama racking up endorsements

President Daniel Ortega, who once was swept into power by a Soviet-backed Marxist movement in Nicaragua and later came back through popular election, said that US Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is a “revolutionary phenomenon” in US politics.


Let’s see, fidel gave his nod to a Clinton/Obama ticket and now ortega says Obama is a “revolutionary phenomenon”. I think and Obama nation would be an abomination.

5 thoughts on “Obama racking up endorsements”

  1. It’s not going to matter what I personally do. The Dems have been kicking the crap out of us in voter registration over the last 8 years. We nominated a liberal douche that’s 71 years old. The electorate is young and uneducated (just the way the Dems like it) and susceptible to all the Obama faith healing. Sorry to say, we’ve made our bed.

  2. It’s not going to matter what I personally do. The Dems have been kicking the crap out of us in voter registration over the last 8 years. We nominated a liberal douche that’s 71 years old. The electorate is young and uneducated (just the way the Dems like it) and susceptible to all the Obama faith healing. Sorry to say, we’ve made our bed.

  3. I think all this talk of “new ideas” is all so phony and, in my opinion, disingenious. There is nothing wrong with the old concepts of believing in capitalism as the souorce of economic prosperity, with some minimal social safety nets for those truly requiring it (anyone who is able-bodied should be disqualified). The purpose of our federal government is to provide for the common defense and to ensure our basic civil liberties as granted in the Constitution. State and local governments should be the primary vehicles for government “social” spending (that way the socialists in the northeast and San Francisco can live in their own stinking “utopias”).
    Where I believe the Repubicans have erred is to tie themselves in with the religious right. To me, the religious right is an oxymoron. They mostly spew hate and diviseness, concepts I could never imagine Jesus Christ intending. Not to mention we are NOT a Christian nation and never have been officially. They have forced the Republican Party from its socially libertarian views, into one of “big” government concerning enforcement of “morality.” The vast majority of young people do not align themselves with these types of groups. I believe it is time for a third party to arise – with conservative economic principles and a liberal social policy. In this way, coalitions could be built when necessary on either side. I get just as scared listening to Republican Conventions and their fascist social views as I do listening to Democratic Conventions with their socialist economic retoric.

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