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Is Obama a man of honor?

Assassin~ Badass Buzz Guru 2012/05/08 15:53:40
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  • darcie lamar 2012/05/08 16:13:20
    No
    darcie lamar
    +24
    Obama is very devious and divisive. He continually puts his party's power before the welfare of the American people. He was elected to represent all of us. He promised to bring people together, however he creates distractions from his destructive policies with by pitting the races against each other, the fake "war on women", and class warfare.

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  • Assassi... Lady Wh... 2012/05/08 19:41:34
    Assassin~ Badass Buzz Guru
    I mean really. O_O ^^^ look up.
  • rdmatheny 2012/05/08 17:47:42
  • Always Right 2012/05/08 17:47:34
    No
    Always Right
    +5
    It takes character, courage and valor to be a man of honor. With 0bama it's all about him, no room for anybody, cause he's the one!
  • PASCALE... Always ... 2012/05/08 18:26:42
    PASCALEYANNICKPIERLOOT
    Clearly you don't like the man and cannot be objective about him! You have the right to think the way you do. But do you believe that Romney fits your description of honor, I would have trouble understanding why you would think so. I don't mean to offend you in any way but it leaves me puzzled.
  • Always ... PASCALE... 2012/05/08 18:36:02
    Always Right
    +4
    I did not say anything about Romney. A man of honor, earns respect and is held in high regard, which 0bama personifies the opposite. Honor is the courage of your character to do the right thing when noone's watching.
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  • Hawkeye Contard... 2012/05/08 18:14:41
    Hawkeye
    +2
    So you're LYING to upset the people who think that YOU and your boy are Liars..

    Have I got this right??
  • Contard... Hawkeye 2012/05/08 18:21:07
  • Hawkeye Contard... 2012/05/08 18:29:33
    Hawkeye
    +2
    Didn't take any bait.. Just took what YOU said and put it into context..
  • johnc Hawkeye 2012/05/08 19:01:34
    johnc
    +2
    libs control hate, it is whom they are, but LWNJs call others what they really are.
  • Contard... Hawkeye 2012/05/08 19:03:23
  • Unclecr... Hawkeye 2012/05/08 19:23:22
    Unclecracker
    +1
    The avatar alone should tell you all you need to know. These are the ones who say everyone else hates, lol. They say conservative trolls, yeah, that coming from a troll, lol.
  • Contard... Hawkeye 2012/05/08 19:26:05
  • KG 2012/05/08 17:41:32
    No
    KG
    +3
    You mean like lying, saying he wasn't going to sign the NDAA up until the day he signed it? That and countless other things, yeah that's honor...
  • Assassi... KG 2012/05/08 19:21:18
    Assassin~ Badass Buzz Guru
    So you believe a persons politics is the biggest indicator of honor.

    Interesting.
  • KG Assassi... 2012/05/08 21:05:16
    KG
    +1
    Its not just politics when you SWEAR an oath to protect a document to a nation, then do everything you can against it. He even said he only needed UN approval to declare war. Or how about him saying that the Supreme court didn't have the authority to strike down an unconstitutional law. WTF !?!
  • Assassi... KG 2012/05/08 21:06:53
    Assassin~ Badass Buzz Guru
    Once again. I don't equate a person's politics with honor. I care more about what kind of person they are. Good father? Husband? contributor to te family, charitable... etc.
  • KG Assassi... 2012/05/09 20:10:12
    KG
    Once again, is swearing an OATH politics? How someone performs and cares for his job and or LEGACY does reflect upon his honor / morals.

    Look at Ron Paul, his "politics" completely reflect he is a honorable and moral man. In the old sense and every other sense.
  • Mike 2012/05/08 17:40:51
    No
    Mike
    +2
    One would need to know what honor is in order to have it
  • Assassi... Mike 2012/05/08 19:21:31
    Assassin~ Badass Buzz Guru
    When you figure it out let me know.
  • Mike Assassi... 2012/05/08 19:25:36
    Mike
    +1
    Brlliant
  • Assassi... Mike 2012/05/08 19:42:01
    Assassin~ Badass Buzz Guru
    I am. Thank you.
  • Mike Assassi... 2012/05/08 19:48:15
  • mich52 2012/05/08 17:36:31
  • johnc mich52 2012/05/08 19:01:52
    johnc
    +1
    as discusting as anyone could be.
  • Lady Whitewolf 2012/05/08 17:17:01
    Yes
    Lady Whitewolf
    +5
    I think so...

    He loves his family
    He loves America....

    can't get more honorable then that.
  • KG Lady Wh... 2012/05/08 17:52:28
    KG
    +5
    Please tell me who was it that lied, saying they were closing GITMO, but actually got torture legalized. Ending the war in Iraq, but no, he replaced the troops with private mercenaries that cost on average 4 times more. Or his health care, yeah everyone gets covered right? In actuality it removed free health for children under 12, and put 14 provisions for new taxes on the middle class, while giving exemptions to companies that financially supported him. Or his signing statements and pocket veto's, all to make the idiot who only reads the headlines think he is doing good. He certainly has done a lot, all bad! Like 1.7 trillion to the private Federal Reserve first month in office. Signed the NDAA when he promised he wouldn't. Lost America's AAA rating. Crowned president of the UN. 5 new conflicts, not wars, don't call them that, there Kinetic actions.

    Who is causing prices everywhere to go up, through inflationary spending? He has raised the national debt more than any other president in our history, in three years! Cant even get a bag of chips for a dollar any more, and I don't need to bring up gas, who's fault is that?

    No honor for the constitution, meaning no honor for the position he was elected to uphold.
  • JessyBear Lady Wh... 2012/05/08 18:58:54
    JessyBear
    +1
    What makes you think he loves America? His family Maybe.
  • johnc Lady Wh... 2012/05/08 19:04:23
    johnc
    +1
    he loves islam, and the European failed social state that he wants here in America. that is not love my friend,.
    He advised us to judge him by the company he keeps.
    Billy the bomber Ayers. read the weather undground manifest, and compare it to Obamas actions.
    20 years of listening to the good rev wright, but claims he did not hear the good rev. Did you believe that statement? if so, need carbon credits? 1/2 price just 4 U
  • littlebuffalo55TBA 2012/05/08 17:11:25
    No
    littlebuffalo55TBA
    +5
    Not until as President he openly says he is an Elitist Globalist Millionaire Academic!

    The word was already out if you read his book! I just think it's dishonorable that he hides it now!
  • Shadow13 2012/05/08 17:10:14 (edited)
    Yes
    Shadow13
    +3
    Here is what drove it home for me. During the Republican Google Debate they featured YouTube videos of questions for the candidates from average citizens. One such citizen was a military officer serving in Afghanistan who identified himself as gay and asked whether or not they would reinstate Don't Ask Don't Tell and what would happen to those who have came out under current law. The audience, in its expected disdain for civility, booed the man serving in a war zone and sacrificing a year of his life or more for his nation and the betterment of countless people. More telling is that NONE of the candidates admonished the audience for their despicable behavior. As a veteran myself, I found that silence in the face of injustice a defining moment in my evaluation of their character and moral reasoning. That they had none, that everything they do is out of political expediency. Obama lifted DADT because he saw the inherent injustice it caused. I served with gay soldiers, but they could never admit it because they lived in constant fear of losing the sense of family that exist within the military. Now they do not have to live in fear and can continue to serve with honor being who they are, thanks to the President's honorable actions.

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