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"senator obama" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"senator obama" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"To the Soviet Union I heard mark live in talking about this we talked about this before in our show did you know that Ted Kennedy reached out to the Soviet Union in order to prevent Ronald Reagan from getting reelected I kid you not were there any hearing loss also senator Obama had a conversation with the Iraqi ambassador to our country during the time when the George W. bush administration was trying to negotiate a stay behind fourth with the Iraqis and the Iraqi ambassador said that senator Obama told him to defer doing any kind of deal with George W. bush until he gets in the office senator Obama denied it were there any hearing the first senator make Sally Republican is walking down the corridors and she is confronted with a CNN report in a minute rise you you might not know who they are since a lot of you don't watch CNN because I have to do it so you don't have to but he is your basic CNN reporter to keep in mind we know from the project veritas tape that the president and CEO of CNN Jeffrey sucker literally is ordering his minions to focus on collusion at the solution of news stories that many of the staffers themselves say we should be covering but first here's what happened yesterday some of the cells in the Senate consider new evidence is part of the impeachment trial I'm not talking to you you're not going to comment you're a liberal hack I'm not talking to you you're not going to comment you're a liberal hack cells in the Senate consider new evidence is part of the impeachment trial I'm not talking to you you're not going to comment oh my goodness Sally just calls minute Raju respected widely on Capitol Hill by Democrats and Republicans calls in the nesting a prize winning excellent journalists there's nobody who looks at him with the real objective lands and sees anything but objectivity it's a buyer's reporter no no no no no no he's he works there he's not bias whatsoever now senator make Sally wolf Blitzer and Jake tapper calling for you don't want you to apologize she should do the right thing she should call of modern Russia all of I'm sorry I did that and then public statements this week college three should live in that world yeah that's the right thing to do is show apologize when don them on your colleague down the whole apologized for calling president trump a racist now let's remember project veritas catches a CNN producer his name is John body field admitting that the agenda is set at the top by Jeff Zucker Jeff Zucker has a personal hatred towards our truck he says and he says Russia Russia Russia to the exclusion of stories that he this CNN producer thanks are more important the one St.

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"senator obama" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Whether his son did anything illegal or not what the bidens date in relation to profiting from his father's position is tacky and it doesn't make well feel good. well and so I heard an analysis last night that I thought was very interesting if you go back Brock Obama was taken as his staff of the first to you know in two thousand eight trying to be president senator Obama. and the whole thing about. race and Rev the referendum the the church city when two for twenty years and all the. hate full messaging coming from reverent right. and boy it was it was all over this is the first black American African American to run for president he's got this guy who's kind of out there. supposedly he's very close to so he comes out and and he had a one shot opportunity and and Barack Obama came out and gave a speech about race and his relationship with reverent right. in that speech. about the relationship with rubber right was principal only. like I barely know the guy I mean once in a while I mean yeah he married me but I mean I know that no he was there for twenty years. so but he but it worked my point is Barack Obama did a nice job have one shot at it and one he won that speech it but they put the whole race and rubber right thing behind him and on he went to become the next president United States. so Joe Biden may have to do one of those kinds of one shot speeches. there's a great story that he can tell. and this story is about the tragedy that has befallen him and his family. starting with his wife and daughter being killed in a.

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"senator obama" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on KTOK

"Hi Billy Cunningham let's continue now one of the great things that apply today as much as it did in nineteen eleven was won by Booker T. Washington this was sent to me by one of my listeners in Utah and this was nineteen eleven Booker T. Washington one of the greatest African American leaders of the previous century he was somewhat conservative headed up the Tuskegee institute for so long he said in nineteen eleven quote and using the language of nineteen eleven quote there's a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles the wrongs in the hardships of the Negro race before the public having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles they've grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances because they do not want to lose their jobs on quote that was true a hundred and some years ago it's true today the Democratic Party must keep racism alive in order to convince African American folks that they're the gardeners of their safety which is the opposite is the case and more more African Americans are coming to the realization they've been sold a bill of goods of lies by the Democrats weather was the confederacy or lynching are Jim crow laws or black kids failing schools because they can't have vouchers go to good public schools or because a gun policies that put hands and guns in the hands of criminals and all law abiding citizens and the lack of job creation and large congressional black districts I want to know when trump said a few years ago what do you have to loose things have gotten better for African American folks under trump because a rising tide will lift all boats everybody you can you imagine if a so called white Republican had the employment history of Barack Hussein Obama in the black community where jobs plummeted downward and wealth though was cut in half an average Americans did not do well under Obama whatsoever but under trump everyone's doing better but the Democratic Party cannot give up their hold on the psyche of African Americans because to do so means Democrats could not be like the nationally but there's a large number of so called civil rights leaders making a living how to keeping their grievances alive because they get paid and they get paid large amounts of money and it's not going to stop anytime soon because the media will not cover it objectively and the failure of those policies where has it worked any of said that there's no worse place to live for an African American then in the congressional backed black district nothing is working it's dysfunctional utterly Detroit I had on Ted Nugent on my local show a few days ago and and the nineteen fifties and sixties Detroit at one point four million citizens had a budget surplus after fifty years of democratic rule there's farm animals grazing in large sections of Detroit it's a collapsing except for one man Dan Gilbert except for Dan Gilbert in quicken loans and rock gaming etcetera who's brought tens of thousands of jobs to Detroit it would be utterly desolate except for one man Dan Gilbert is a living legend and a great philanthropist that guy's wonderful except for him Detroit would collapse completely and now we find in Newark New Jersey there's more at lead and the pipes in the after American folks under the Democrats especially Cory Booker have been slowly poisoning with blood for many years because the policies of the Democratic Party whether it's flint Michigan or New York what is the Democratic Party done for black folks other than create a system in which few kids coming and functional families no kids show for school ready to learn and they live in crime ridden environments in which which older black ladies cannot walk out at night and not know mom with the stroller can go to the park and my source for the problem is none other than Barak Hussein Obama himself who said in twenty oh wait then senator Obama told a largely black audience quote children who grow up without a father of five times more likely to live in poverty and commit crime nine times more likely to drop out of school and twenty times more likely to end up in prison in quote my source there is Brock Hussein Obama the policies of the Democratic Party and encourage family breakup and lack of academic success in government dependency which is destroyed the black family which wasn't always that way my source for that as Walter Williams we're gonna get Amman in a week or two and he talks about a different kind of black American which illegitimate children basically did not exist in black moms of black there it's worked and it was a functional environment once the Democrats got involved your vote no set your free the whole thing collapsed and the Democratic Party will do with it they want to blame the second amendment is if guns have a problem guns inanimate metal objects you can't do anything it's not a second amendment problem it's an insanity issue and the social media issue and a video game issue much like a homeless this is not a lack of a home it's mental health and drug addiction many times encouraged by the communist red Chinese government seventy seventy five thousand Americans are killed every year with hair one fat known car found no shipped in from where Beijing the comedy is red Chinese taken five hundred billion dollars you're out of this country collapsing manufacturing industries and sending over poison we got one guy standing up against it and everyone else is again is against them and the Chinese calms at a chart concert now saying we're gonna spend billions of dollars to defeat tribe and twenty twenty now that is election interference right there but the media then covered because they want the same thing let's continue with German Chicago than many others German Chicago welcome to the bill Cunningham show Jim go ahead how are you my friend I'm doing well give me a full report well I read you mentioned the opening is showed by Joe Walsh yeah yeah well I've known this man for a long time he came along he was a school teacher and then he ran against a late in Melissa being need to dress to wrestle district in the one and then he served one term because they registered to the area after two thousand ten and then he became a radio ptosis show host very well but lately he just begin with the anti trump or he's lost all the support well I mean Joe Walsh was on the lawn of the Sunday morning shows today because he's an anti Trumper want some right wing on route said something positive about the president supporting Jewish individuals in Israel he's not in the news but Jo wash mark Levente to write a best selling book no one interview some except conservative media Joe Walsh who's an out of work talk show host runs against drop and is suddenly like John case against the face of the Republican Party it's a bunch of crap well his wife is very Jewish and he was very support of Israel this is part of the problem is like you know what if your wife's Jewish why he wants it why he was so why do not want to support somebody that's not gonna be for your your wife's hill country engine that number one the Jewish people living in Israel are constantly under attack from Hamas from the Iranians from Hezbollah and neighborhood and they know who they feel protects them and they're naming streets boulevards and universities after this president they've never done that before they could help Bob my head this instinctive feeling of anti semitism against Israel in bed tonight Benjamin Netanyahu and others knew that and it was difficult trump comes in moves the embassy helps the Israelis does whatever good shares intelligence and the media hates that because it looks as if a large chunk of the Democratic Party base which are Jewish voters if they look at the object objective facts of this they may switch and vote for trump and they had that much like the Democrats gotta keep scared African American voters about trial by calling him names the media does the same thing what tribe in Israel but the Israelis know the truth and they know tribes a great friend of Israel and when our roads coming up in about twenty five minutes going to call in and he's gonna talk about how he was assaulted by the mainstream media not given a chance to respond he was simply smeared as some conspiratorial list which is a bunch of crap crap they actually issue recently to Brigitte Gabriel him who's here in Chicago speaking he's good security she gives she talked about her history and how the Jews came and save them and things she's a wonderful lady to have around as if the if you can't and I have a wrong maybe four or five times a year and I'm gonna tell Danny glaze in the semi get her on next week because it's it's Labor Day weekend next Sunday but I I tell you what when the charred com say we're going to spend billions of dollars to defeat trump I take it to the bank and that and that the media should be covering that story big time but they're not going to cover it because the Chinese communist and CNN want the same thing which is the fate of this president and bring an end Bernie Sanders it's either going to be biting if I had to guess now it's a B. Biden and burnt and it'll be biting Elizabeth Warren and a fighting falls it's going to be Elizabeth Warren and then she may bring in a Stacey Abrams are gonna Michelle Obama's cafeterias but but none the less and if that happens can you imagine a country where about a year and two months from now Elizabeth Warren wins the presidency Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house the the squad is in charge of foreign relations and Chuck Schumer runs the Senate and he gets rid of the sixty vote role what happens then well I think America would miss you wouldn't be so good no I mean it could be awful can you imagine if they actually indict the leaders of natural gas and oil companies and truckers and service stations and they go after that and they nationalized two trillion dollars and they get rid of two million jobs and energy two million jobs in the medical profession to nationalize all the hospitals the teaching hospitals they not nationalize all the health clinics all under the governmental banner and they have the power to do that imagine America collapse and can you imagine if this time next year let's say it's you know the end of August of twenty twenty and it's obvious trump's going to lose what is the stock market look like well it'll be under five hundred it'll be all plus is always pictures of Bernese via writing first class in the jets are you do as I say not a how about the Brock Hussein Obama who spent his time saying you know the rich don't need that much money and he just put fifteen million dollars down and ocean front mansion in Myanmar thurs vineyard waterfall and then flying private everywhere me bill Maher all the whole group there bunch of damn hypocrites but the media will report on that it's a dollar or should be oceans going to flood well I I don't buy did in nineteen eighty five in nineteen ninety we were told the Florida by twenty ten would be under five feet of water that's right nopal ask up to rebuild to buy two thousand working here we go and it doesn't stop in the media will cover because it doesn't fit.

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"senator obama" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Man and the people a lot of people that that apprentice no didn't like Obama. There was a lot of weird conspiracy theories about him. One of which perpetrated by the way of our current president, which is probably the dumbest. I mean, there's a lot of things to say about Trump. I'm not gonna get into it, but accusing Obama of not being an American citizen is probably the dumbest and the most insidious flat out and sane lie. I've ever heard of my life. Yeah, right. So a lot of the people bought into that and one of the women at the rally, a lot of happened several times actually a couple of times where they say, who bomb is an Arab, obviously implying a lot more. Not implying that Arabs can't be good people, but John McCain read between the lines being, you'll see for yourself. But basically this one, the classiest moment. Am I pin in recent American history where he went against the grain, he risked his own ass. He's in, you know, a town hall meeting with these people that are thirsty bloodthirsty and he'd just fucking stopped him in his tracks. He said, no. And he knew even gets booed. They fucking turn on him for actually standing up for his values and speaking, some some sanity. And the part that really pisses me off. Well, let me show you the clip, but actually now that this fucking class act and true American hero has passed on. You know. The people on the left who I politically are supposed to be my political Alice fees. I am very left. I'm very liberal person, say the old time. Our Visseren John McCain for this clip the people that he's reaching out to across the bridge. Yes, there's because well limit. Let's watch the video. Yeah. I mean, it's just so sad and it's so fucking. So let me play this. Frankly, we're, we're scared. We're scared of an Obama presidency. First of all. I want to be president states, and obviously I do not want Senator Obama to be, but I have to tell you, I have to tell you he is a decent person and a person that you do not have to be scared as president. I states now I hear them turn on him. I just now look, I I, if I didn't think I wouldn't be one heck of a lot better president, I wouldn't be running. Okay. And that's the point that's you can hear the crowd turn on him when he dared to insinuate. He's a decent guy. You don't have to be scared of. I mean, how messed up our country that that simple insinuation. He is not the anti Christ. You don't have to be scared of him. He he, he's a good person. Can't believe he said that, you know. There's more to the second part is the part that people are outraged about. Two point. I gotta ask you a question. I don't fucking bright. Yeah. Look at her hair man. This lady's she's got Fox News.

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"senator obama" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Closely connected to in growing the relationship with with senator obama started sending him these devotional messages in the morning that he would read on his blackberry everyday in connecting him with pastors for different moments of prayer just sort of just going deeper with him and his family and then we won his and moved into into a position in the white house i led the white house office of face based in neighborhoods partnerships in was appointed there in a two thousand nine leading are both religion in a lot of our race portfolio so all the easy stuff of course obviously very very noncontentious rain everybody's on the same page noting i mean you're a pointed at age twenty six i mean that's young that is wrong and that's a lot a lot on your shoulders valerie jarrett or or the president obama others they'll laugh at that because i literally they would ask me how old i am and i'm like not only will i not tell you but if you go in my file like i know you're the president but i'm going to sue i would just try to take it off the table because i you know you can't help but i thought that because of his experiences it had you know the work and then before that i could handle this role in in praise god i think we did a pretty good job there but i knew that like when you hear that number twenty six twenty seven whatever it is you can't i would i'm thirty five now if somebody came up to me and they were twenty six i would have some questions right.

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"senator obama" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"And it was a rigorous rigorous show i also remember by the way his senator obama's interview with him and not tober of two thousand and six he had told tim on meet the press the previous year that he wasn't going to run for office in two thousand and an eight we were driving down to we're driving down from philly to washington to prep him for the show robert gibson and and i were with him and he we said you know he's going to ask you he's going to play the tape of you saying you weren't going to run and he's going to ask you if that still your position what are you going to say and we didn't know what he was going to say and he said i'm going to say no i'm gonna say i've changed my mind and i'm going to tell them why why and we're like but we both shot a look at each other like this is going to be big and and robert turn to obama and said serve you few mentioned this to mrs obama obama through yeah that's really we should i should tell your wife before before but you know what he when he did it the question came up predictably he answered honestly and tim call me the next any said no one's ever done that before so that i've been doing this seventeen years and no one's ever just said you know what i changed my mind well we continue to play that clip because it's always a reminder when people say well i'm not really interested in running for the presidency we know that you can end up changing your mind and i remember that because tim ended up expressing kind of glee oftentimes they're two reaction you can have you have the a ha.

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"senator obama" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Even if it means a lot more hardship for them and their families will you mentioned that some of the numbers have gone up in terms of detaining and deep and deporting noncriminals in the united states but deportations went up under the obama administration immigration rights groups dubbed president obama the deport her in chief of does president trump deserve to take that title or not what are the numbers really say i any president trump may would might be delighted to get that title um if he gets it does down the road i mean i think he is he he wants to make a statement he believes that that the the us government should be sending a signal to the world that that people should be coming to the us without authorisation so he and they should be leaving if they're in the country um it what we did senator obama was a real shift in it and i should say both bush and obama were at one point very tough on immigration enforcement the end of the bush administration the benin gabon administration very tough high levels of of deportations but they did it because they wanted to get when immigration reform they actually wanted reform the immigration system they wanted to show they were policing the the immigration system on one side so that we could actually change or visa system it'd be more generous in immigration on the other side this is a different the a different philosophy behind this i mean president trump believes there are just too many immigrants in the country and that there should be as close to zero tolerance is possible not wait zero tolerance perhaps but as close zerotolerance as possible for people staying in the country legally and and i think they are going to try and get to a place where they have numbers that are that are much more much greater than they were under the obama administration we're not there yet but it but i think that's where where they certainly want ahead in the coming years stale at the same time before we let you go andrew there is a much narrower immigration deal on the table now or at least potentially as government as a congress faces down a potential government shutdown up president trump seems to be willing seems to be willing to let seven hundred thousand dreamers stay in the country legally as long as he gets bill.

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"senator obama" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"The dishes that the white house usually a by two and even though that you know it really became popular wants reagan was an office but has neither here nor there you'll look at things that are going on today you look at people that they're talking about well you know what there's a there's a cuban on on on on astros there's somebody from venezuela on astros there's somebody from puerto rico on the astros and a president talk about building a wall but they ignore the he's talking about illegal immigration notches immigrants coming over legal through legal means critics of his was trying to lump it all in the same sentence those who are fairminded might decide to point out that people like senator obama again chuck schumer wanted hillary clinton voted for the wall back in two thousand at fixed according to reports that i read soda congresswoman pelosi but folks conveniently forget that somalia's beer comes on and they talk about it like got talking about it they're gonna like this well you know something the s p ends its level i'm gonna say this this is meet organising espn is me yanni shut hella gyalo notice place i can't tell you how many conservatives a hideous be espn that is just such utter nonsense as laughable and i just minutes tell us about interviewed me about an hour ago excuse me i'm not a liberal law conservative really i'm i'm an independent i listen to joe madison everett to get on urban view 126 every weekday morning from six they ended ten am karen hot too lawn in the afternoons from two to six is my friend and big sister for the last twenty six years.

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"senator obama" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Uh playing john mccain and our right now at me and another guy name chris wedeman helped greg so that he could be the best possible john mccain um against uh then senator obama um and then i was also helping these incredibly thick debate books that tom and ron produced a lot of that was was my initial handiwork that then got you know get worked over as we went yeah yeah they were vote they were of aluminum yeah i i remember why would extradite one point imos things up senator obama would look looked around insertive said you know uh is this really he has the best strategy for winning this debate so let me ask you have it you in very close close proximity had spent time prepping hillary and prepping obama uh what were the stylistic differences that you saw you must have been struck by by the difference in in uh in these personality yeah i hillary even in debate felt that this was essentially an exercise in kind of fighting out policy disagreement and he president obama saw at the debate process as a clash of visions to a much greater extent and so um hillary on any given answer with think how do i take the question in its littoral form and give the best answer that question on point on topic and win if it's on tax reform or is on immigration i'm gonna make sure that people see i've got a better case to make on this issue than the other guy president obama would hear the question and think how does this relate to the larger argument at play in this election and how do i ladder up to that.

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"senator obama" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"You know it was it was that sense of accomplishment not just of of how special barack obama was but has special we all were now was my and remember that for even from ghana rallies in the two thousand eight campaign where i would watch you know a speech of saw one or two that um the candidate you know then senator obama gave that when he was done you didn't get the sense that he was great as much do you got the sense that we were great that was what yes we can was all about the we was an important part of a right and and the we the distinction i think between the we'd that sort of says the weed the supporters of this candidate and the we all of us as not my relationship with a hillary supporter that didn't go so well aside i think in theory at least there was the sense that we encompassed not just the people who agreed with us already but the people who we felt like we may not agree with now but we have a lot in common even if we don't always know it and after that you like a lot of young organizers headed to washington your presumption being that you would now become one of the change makers the invading army of idealists who were going to change washington but wasn't that simple uh yeah i moved to washington for two reasons one of them was that i first moved back in with my parents and i did not wanted to get out of living in my childhood bedroom so suddenly washington began to seem very appealing and the other reason was just a broad sense of hope and change you know what i mean president obama was there that's where this movement was and so i thought i should be there i didn't have a plan and it's certainly didn't show up expecting get a job in the white house or a job running speeches or anything like that sector defer yeah i figured that'd be the secretary of defense but i i moved there and i figured that there would sort of be a place for me somewhere in obama's washington and i.

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"senator obama" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"A nation do you take eight hundred thousand documents that people and make them undocumented individuals out to all these kids in other words as a cruelty there and it's a signal to say i can do something that a lot of people think is cruel this is one of the most cruel acts we've seen in the presence in a long time this is so one this was a cruel inhumane an unnecessary movement administration's latest immigration policy move sprinkle creams it's a very cruel or unfortunate decision to end the as kids his critics say the decision was the decision by the trump administration is cruel this announced soleil cruel and unusual punishment alike innocent children immigration advocates say the move to cut them off its cruel getting the feeling they want you to think it's cruelly getting the feeling they want you to react in an emotional way to something that had to do with the constitution and the law and a very difficult problem duma girl the great bill mcgurn does a column once a week at the wall street journal has come today called on the cruelty of barack obama and he points out that obama had a shot at solving some of this problem in two thousand seven a coalition of republican and democratic senators came up with a bill that enjoyed the support of the bush white house it wasn't perfect but extracted compromises from each side's would gave enhancements for border security a guestworker program and the inclusion of the entire dream act legislation for children who have been brought here illegally that up mr obama claims he has always wanted senator obama instead of voting for he opted tobacco eleventh hour amendments that were really intended as dealbreakers the democrats decided they'd rather have the political issue than a solution.

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"senator obama" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Because a lot of the times something as simple as working without a valid social security number is enough to get you arrested so i that's that's all i question i i i don't really no because i guess it didn't affect me as much my parents always made sure that like me and add my sisters were had a a clean bill and we you know we kept for the most part to our own i've always been a a radical in my parents consistently like roll their eyes everything that i want to do but i'm like the kind of person that has like i need to go marcher i need to like do this and then when they found out i was doing theater and they're like well at least he's just singing and dancing on stage and than i ended up doing like activists theater were linked as other like i crap like of yeah i i i always attempted to just kind of be in the best social stating and and that i that i could you know yeah the ah is is assist interesting and trying to i'm trying to get in overall impression of obama's legacy on this matter it was a big fan of uh president obama from the beginning even even when he was uh just running for um office and he was just senator obama and even though his stance on immigration has always been a little more conservative than even someone like hillary clinton but unfortunately i think that that's also one of the things that kind of how do i say like.

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"senator obama" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"And the pressures on them to produce tonight i also think that if they do it in a one reason people don't like legislative solutions is because they're seldom pure there's tradeoffs on both sides and i could see some kind of deal with some kind of border security that that donald trump can talk about um with some kind of uh forgiveness for these people who are here not out of their own choosing well uh it is there's no question in my mind legally that this is congress's responsibility to to to legalize it this president obama told us many times before he changed his mind that he had not he didn't he lacked the unilateral authority two yet it didn't do anything about this and let me add about that president obama has been so cynical on his uses of immigration as i said i was there when the thing blew up in one of the reasons that blew up as the then senator obama put these poison pill through he clearly calculated he would rather have the immigration issue to bash republicans on the head with that in immigration solution he did nothing when he had used majorities i think it's very cynical kasese create terrible situation some people are in very desperate straits right and and yet on the other side you have the unconstitutionally of of his his action on i think that's a really terrible things to put the country thro well in it and it and for that reason i find his criticism of donald trump yesterday hard to take and and and and frankly in sincere i mean he's in the book that with his decision to act.

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"senator obama" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"He had one last chance but the presidential debates and he struggled against obama now my old buddy jo jo the plumbers out there if you don't get adopted the health care plan that senator obama mandates she's gonna find jujo to if you're your other here's your fine cyril you won't because zero because i as i said in our last debate and i'll repeat john i exempt small businesses that was not on my game and i have to admit that i have no real excuse for it was doubly inexcusable because i've been through so many debates before and do you know when you mess up you get in the car and your staff is like yeah oh my god and do you sir to sit around lima yourself unfortunately that's my one of my character flaws who said i do sometime sitting around and say oh my god why did i do that mccain believes he understands what his biggest mistake was here's a tug of war every candidate shares between being yourself in sticking to a carefully calibrated message i give you can become almost totally scripted shows that there's no mistake and as you know migrated strain is extemporaneously were scared of an obama presidency but sometimes there is a moment i will respect him and i want non off as there was during one town hall where we saw the real mccain i can't trust obama he's an air he mark no nominee nomination he's a he's a he's a decent family man citizen that i just happen to have disagreements with on on fundamental issues and that's what this campaign is all about is not thank the inevitable happen and african american house broke out of the barrier as old as the republic john mccain conceded graciously i call on all americans.

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"senator obama" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Due to thirty six thirty six so imagine that how old are you was when he was in his position work working for president obama with senator obama when in two thousand four yes are not good at math but that's 2003 three yeah that's that's young yet to be working for a united states senator and then when he got into the white house he was worked in a national security stuff like in this situation rooms at time and then he was 0 like twenty six twenty seven yeah like lesson out there getting coffee you know i thought i was doing ibn accompany ghani when i was like 28 like if i can advising the president yeah that's it's certainly an impressive a career path he sake and what do you think about that you know d do you think someone should be hampered or restricted based on their age or absolutely do not i think that if you have the it's basically the same thing that we talked about with women or whoever in combat roles if you can perform at the standard and do the job do the damn jobs right i just sometimes i think uh with certain positions uh maybe we'll get into it a little bit later with a certain tweet votes certain things in certain viewpoints i just feel like sometimes you're your opinion might not be fully formed just because you haven't experienced enough in in life yet but in his case coming from the senator's office you know on his way to washington obviously he's got more experience than your average something uh but i just think it's an interesting nop pointed to think about yeah and i don't think that i think that you can certainly make the case that with age comes wisdom button can also make the counterpoint that just because you age doesn't mean you gain wisdom brightening could also be people were dumbest fuck to la true that i would want to take my groceries to my car much less fuck and run the country absolutely i agree i agree and like i said you know you can get jaded over time to in your opinion can get clouded so oh yeah gets you i mean whenever your the older that you get the more likely you are to be.

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"senator obama" Discussed on The World Transformed

The World Transformed

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on The World Transformed

"Unique uh what's the word i'm looking for uh uh although book a charlie awesome koffogoh dry truly awesome fastforward radio copy mugs that's right so we're going to be a wording one mug to one of the two presidential candidates and last week we listen to uh senator obama talking about his his plan for uh what he wants to do with energy we said that put him on the board that put him in the running and that he is now uh ahead of the packer what at least as of last week with the head of the pack to get the coffee mug but hold on they had a whole nother political convention last week the republicans got their chance and now john mccain i believe might be in the running wanted to tell us what you gotta from john mccain for us well this is a from his acceptance speech thursday night a and it's it's the segment of his speech where he talked about energy sources here in okay really really tackle problem on every front will produce more energy at home we will drill new wells off shore and will real them how her and were will more nuclear power plants will melamine how it i willing to use win win tied or natural gas willing hurry development and use of fuel i bring and electric automobile mom i think we can achieve energy independence without more drilling and without more nuclear power what americans know better than that.

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"senator obama" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion

Be Honest with Cari Champion

01:35 min | 5 years ago

"senator obama" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion

"Black never looked so beautiful smelled so good or smiled so much each time senator obama one another electoral vote another cheer resounded across the venue we laughed and yelled eight in gossip just like we always do something was missing for the first time i saw my people doing all of this being ourselves without the usual pain without the usual disposition oh yeah change was coming just as obama was at two hundred and seven electoral votes we decided to make our way to the second been you before got too late we were on our way to bar louie in hyde park blaring jisi once again i loved that bar because the people an atmosphere remind me of my favorite movie love jones it's one of the few places in chicago the convinces me that black love intellectualism impure fund exist outside of that movie as we pulled in front of barlow he pressed to find a parking spot as always a woman in the parking lot was talking to a girlfriend on herself on exclaiming is over the girls ann arbor not sure what she meant but as we entered bar louis immediately found out across the television screens the cnn abc an embassy headlines read barack obama wins presidential race we screamed i tried to wake up from this perfect dream but it was also real so unbelievably real that it was surreal we took a seat at a table and watch the excitement of more of our people as we witnessed and made history together tears hadn't started streaming yet that is until barack obama in that beautiful family of his walked out.

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