Expiration dates are important. Every package of food sold has one. This concept has now been expanded upon by our new President.
Yep, everything he says has an expiration date. For instance, Obama promised to end "don't ask, don't tell" as Military policy toward gays. But just yesterday an Iraq veteran (who counts the Purple Heart among her decorations) was discharged under the policy. However, the expiration date for that statement (and many others) was January 20 2009. He doesn't need to be elected anymore, so you can just kiss that statement goodbye.
That is why you cannot believe ANYTHING Obama says until he follows through. And most of the time that won't happen. He says whatever he thinks people want to hear until they have done what he wanted them to do, and then the statement expires.
You might say this is pretty much standard political practice, and it is. But most politicians who employ it get called on it by the media. But the Mainstream Media AKA the "Drive-Bys" are in a slobbery love affair with Obama, with journalists saying such mawkish things as "I feel a tingle running up my leg when he speaks" (Chris Matthews).
As for people such as Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin and even this little blog that is read by almost NOBODY; there is a movement to silence such dissent. If Obama's expiration-dated statements were pointed out, We the People might just turn against him. The one thing Obama and his cronies fear is THE TRUTH.
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