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Obama Informs Russian President What he will Not Tell the American People

Posted by Steve Markowitz on March 29, 2012

President Obama was about to hold a news conference earlier this week in Seoul, Korea when he got caught unknowingly by and open microphone.  The Wall Street Journal reported that when discussing the issue of missile defense, Obama leaned over to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and said: “This is my last election.  After my election I have more flexibility.”  To this Medvedev replied: “I understand. I will transmit this information to Vladimir and I stand with you.”

Obama’s view of the electorate is typical of politicians in general, and more specifically, Progressive ones.  Such politicians view the people who elected them as mentally inferior and unable to make appropriate decisions for themselves or the country.

While Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was appropriately taken the task for ‘his campaign manager’s Etch A Sketch comments changing positions, the President will mainly get a pass from the mainstream media for similar inappropriate comments.  More evidence that Obama’s promise of hope and change was nothing more than political marketing.


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