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Old 02-13-2008, 04:00 PM
 
Location: Dallas Texas
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I don't need to prrove that Obama is a do-nothing Senator. People are struggling to find anything he has done with any other Senators (other than imposing a Global Tax in the USA). Cliff Kincaid -- Obama's Global Tax Proposal Up for Senate Vote


People that worry about the North American Union need to worry about something bigger: the UN mandating whatever it wishes upon the United States, since Obama wants to create Global Taxes, he must also want the US to submit to the UN's corrupt authorithy! Yikes!

Folks I am asking YOU to provide the links, as I can't think of one bill that Obama has authored that has passed. He has done nothing in the US SEnate other than be divisive and vote along party lines. You Obama-natics need to show how I am wrong and how Obama is the king of bi-partisanship and compromises. After all, he is the one cliaming to "bring America together and end partisanship in DC".
In your original post, you asked that people provide links from non-biased sources, so I asked that you do the same. Fair enough, right?

Your response was to provide a link to an article on newswithviews.com, which is an extremist, nut-job website. Do you honestly not see the hypocrisy in this?
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Old 02-13-2008, 04:04 PM
 
Location: Albemarle, NC
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In your original post, you asked that people provide links from non-biased sources, so I asked that you do the same. Fair enough, right?

Your response was to provide a link to an article on newswithviews.com, which is an extremist, nut-job website. Do you honestly not see the hypocrisy in this?
I posted that link originally. Here's Obama's own senate web page that says pretty much the same thing without the costs. Why would he have left that off?

Obama, Hagel, Cantwell Introduce Bill to Fight Global Poverty | U.S. Senator Barack Obama (http://obama.senate.gov/press/071211-obama_hagel_can/ - broken link)
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Old 02-13-2008, 04:05 PM
 
Location: Chicago
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Do you honestly not see the hypocrisy in this?
I think he's demonstrated today that he doesn't really care about that. Probably best to ignore at this point, I'd say.
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Old 09-22-2008, 02:14 PM
 
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Default Obama has worked with many Repubs, see LINKS!!!

Media Matters - Chicago Tribune 's Zuckman repeated McCain's suggestion that Obama had no bipartisan record -- but McCain has previously thanked Obama for bipartisanship

Obama’s Legislative Accomplishments (Updated)

From Opencongress, link below:
As I began looking through the bills each candidate has sponsored this session (Obama’s, McCain’s), it was instantly that education policy marks a stark contrast in the candidates legislative records this session – while Barack Obama has proposed 11 bills directly related to education, John McCain has introduced zero.
As is typical of senators from the minority party in Congress, McCain has introduced far fewer bills than Obama in general. Less than one-third, in fact. Still – and this isn’t scientific – I would say that 11 education bills is exceptionally high and zero is exceptionally low. Even looking at the Library of Congress’s Thomas.gov website for information on bills in the previous, 109th Congress, it doesn’t look like any of McCain’s bills last session were related to education policy.
OpenCongress - Congress Gossip Blog
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