On the 2007 video showing an angry candidate Obama railing against the federal government for its actions with post-Katrina New Orleans…
Clearly race-baiting, clearly angry, and I'm telling you: This is who he is to this day. This is who he's gonna become if he's reelected. This is who he is today. He hadn't changed. It's who he's been all his life. It's how he was mentored. It was how he was educated and raised. He's no different than the most extreme guest on MSNBC. He just has the ability to cover it up, to mask it. You peel all that away, and this is who he is, always has been.
On all the things President Obama can't say.
He ordered an assassination, and he can't say it. He put us on a path to socialized medicine and he can't say it. The stimulus bill was a slush fund for public sector unions – he can't say it. EPA regulations are back-door cap-and-tax – he can't say it. He's a card-carrying member of the radical left – he can't say it. He has a leftist-inspired prejudice against the private sector – he can't say it. Bill Ayers was his good friend – he can't say it. He listened to every word in Jeremiah Wright's church for twenty years – he can't say it. And he has a real problem with Israel. But he can't say it. That is why Obama has so many lame, phony, nonsensical versions of answers to simple questions.