There Seems to Be No Limit to Politicians' Hypocrisy

Obama, 2008:  "I taught constitutional law for ten years. I take the Constitution very seriously. The biggest problems that we're facing right now have to do with George Bush trying to bring more and more power into the executive branch and not go through Congress at all, and that's what I intend to reverse when I'm president of the United States of America." (Townhall in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, March 31, 2008).

They all suck.  Every one of them.  This man was the great hope of more than half the nation and look what a loser he is.  We should stop talking about whether we are going to hand power to the Coke or the Pepsi party and start talking about limiting the power of these jerks.

  • Onlooker from Troy

    Yes, yes, a thousand times, yes. But alas the people get suckered in time after time, falling for the rhetoric and forgetting all the lies, deception and corruption. I don't know what it takes, but it's bloody dispiriting, that's for sure.

  • Canvasback

    Just this month I noticed how being President even turns people into being murderers. Could that be our new criteria, somebody we trust to be our murderer for us?

  • Another_Brian

    Unfortunately, the majority of voters have the mistaken impression that they just need to find the right person to wield the power. It never occurs to them that it's the power that's the problem, not the person wielding it.

  • HenryBowman419

    I am reminded of the image below.

  • HenryBowman419

    Your comment reminds me of this image.

  • http://itsaboutliberty.com/index.php MNHawk

    Anyone would have looked up the syllabi of the classes Obama taught and could have discovered that Obama lied about the Constitutional Law bit. It wouldn't have been a stretch that the rest of his comment was there just to BS the gullible.

  • Nehemiah

    All I can add is AMEN!

  • dad29

    "the Coke or the Pepsi party"

    Or as Chesterton put it, "Hudge and Gudge."

    Both are bloodsuckers.