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NIXOBAMA: Powerful Video Compares Scandal Responses

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“I first learned from news reports…”

Steve Watson


May 29, 2013

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A striking video has been posted to the web directly comparing
disgraced president Richard Nixon’s comments over the Watergate scandal
with president Obama’s reaction to the multiple scandals his
administration is currently embroiled in.

On August 9, 1974, president Richard Nixon resigned from office
following damning revelations regarding a cover up relating to a
break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the
Watergate office complex. Eventually the scandal also resulted in the
indictment, trial, conviction, and incarceration of dozens of Nixon’s
top administration officials.

Prior to his resignation, Nixon’s responses to the scandal were to
feign ignorance, point to inaccurate talking points provided by aides,
cite national security, and encourage the media to let him do his job.
Fascinatingly, Obama has made almost exactly the same comments.

Is history repeating itself? Are the two presidents singing from the same scandal-ridden hymn sheet? Judge for yourself:

Nixon: “I first learned from news reports…”

Obama: “I first learned about it from the same news reports that I think most people learned about this.”

Nixon: “The comments I made during this period, the comments made by
my press secretary on my behalf were based on the information provided
to us at the time we made those comments.”

Obama: “Keep in mind by the way these so-called talking points that
were prepared…pretty much matched the assessments that I was receiving
at that time.”

Nixon: “And had we not had that kind of security, and that kind of
secrecy that allowed for that kind of exchange that is essential…”

Obama: “Leaks related to national security can put people at risk…”

Nixon: “I must now turn my full attention, and I shall do so once again, to the larger duties of this office…”

Obama: “Others may get distracted by chasing every fleeting issue
that passes by, but the middle class will always be my number one focus.

The makers of the video at the Revealing Politics Blog note one
statement Nixon made that Obama has yet to make – “In any organization,
the man at the top must bear the responsibility. That responsibility,
therefore, belongs here in this office. I accept it.”

Watch the video:

The comparisons between Obama and Nixon are now everywhere.
Indeed, Mitch McConnell today released a new campaign ad, targeting the
Obama administration over the IRS scandal and using Nixon’s infamous
quote “When the president does it, that means it is not illegal.”

While the comparisons are legion, constitutional experts actually believe Obama is many times worse than Nixon with regards to the creation of an “imperial presidency” with unilateral powers and privileges.

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  • Bill 2013/05/29 22:18:08
    The difference I see is Nixon had moral authority, 0bama has NONE. Don't expect him to resign, it will be a fight to the finish and this whiny little fraud will go out kicking and screaming.
  • ConLibFraud 2013/05/29 21:11:09
    Whoopee! Maybe we get rid of Ofraud, maybe ... but we still have the bigger problem ...

    The federal reserve and the irs!!!

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