Obama really respects his adversaries


Biden , Clinton and   Richardson   all opposed Obama in the Democratic primaries, and now they are critical members of his team. Interesting  T

The Democratic primary was one of his most prominent political experiences, and it makes sense that these were the people he would have gotten  to know  best in his very short political career. He was a frequent no show in the Senate, so he doesn’t know a lot of people there.

If any of Obama’s picks had won the Presidency, do you think they would have picked him to be on their team?

I don’t think so.

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4 Responses to “Obama really respects his adversaries”

  1. JVHCP Says:

    But….HE won, and now history will be the judge.

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  2. William Says:

    Exactly – his Cabinet picks now are history, and I am judging them.

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  3. Becky Says:

    Only time will tell if his picks pay off or bite him in the a**. I don’t care which happens as long as ‘the people’ and our general well being are served justly.

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  4. diddly Says:

    If people don’t speak up early and often, especially his supporters, Obama may take that as a free pass to do whatever he wants. You HELP him when you criticize him, or defend him, with facts, analysis, and vision.

    Not that this post points out anything but my skepticism about his experience. His lack of experience just seems to contrast so starkly with his picks, not to mention that Gates is a Bush appointee, and Obama defined his campaign by being everything not Bush, especially the wars.

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