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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Obama Admits His 'Agenda' Is On Ballot In Upcoming Midterms

Despite White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs' claim that the midterms and the projected outcome is all about local issues and not Barack Obama and his far left liberal agenda, Barack Obama knows differently and has admitted it on an appearance on the Rev. Al Sharpton's radio show.

"My name may not be on the ballot, but our agenda for moving forward is on the ballot.... Barack Obama

Another quote from Obama:

"Essentially, in 2008, we won the ability to start making change, and that's what we've done over the last two years."

Obama is right, his name is not on the ballot until 2012 and when people cast their votes on November 2, 2010, just five days from now, they will be doing for one of two reasons.

1.) Because they agree with Obama's agenda and allowing it to continue to move forward with a Democratically controlled Congress or;

2.) They will be replace the leadership in Congress and prevent Obama's overreaching agenda from being rubber stamped and jammed through as Obamacare, bailouts, tax increases, stimulus and massive spending has been over the last two years.

The legislation passed over the last two years, since Barack Obama became president, has been done along party lines with no bipartisan support as Democrats had control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate and done so against the opposition of the majority of Americans shown in polls conducted at the time.

62 percent of Americans believe the country is going in the wrong direction, that is the average from every poll conducted asking the question.

On November 3, 2010, if as projected the Democrats lose control of the House of Representatives, Democrats and liberal pundits can use the excuses they have already been preemptively spewing, such as rain on election day, outside groups advertising, it was all about "local issues" or any other justification they may try to spout, but Barack Obama understands, the real reason will be because it is his agenda of socialism is on the ballot and voters are primed to vote it out.

He has finally admitted it.


Even after the people speak up and make their wishes known on election day, Barack is already arrogantly and publicly stating that he expects to use the lame duck session of Congress to further his agenda before he can be stopped.

(The time period between election and when the new batch of politicians take over their jobs is considered the lame duck session)