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Obama’s Rhetoric Little Changed in Four Years

Posted by Steve Markowitz on October 1, 2012

In the early days of Obama’s ascendancy to the national political scene much was made of his oratory skills.  While Obama has made fine speeches, it has become apparent that his skills are limited without the assistance of a Teleprompter.  The President has made his share of bloopers in speeches with off-the-cuff statements.

It is interesting to compare statements the President used during his run for a first term with some made during the current campaign.  The phrases and catchwords are too similar to be coincidental.  What makes this odd is that the facts are now so different.  Logic would seem to dictate a different set of promises given that he is been in power for almost 4 years.  This disconnect brings into question the sincerity of his words.


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