- Posted October 24, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
President Obama Says: Mitt Romney is not One of Us.
In his new ad being aired in Ohio, the president says: “Mitt Romney, Not one of us”
Comments like this demonstrate how far away the president has moved from the ideals he put forth when he was candidate Obama.
Candidate Obama, at the Democratic convention in 2004 denounced “those who are preparing to divide us, the spin masters and negative ad peddlers who embrace the politics of anything goes.”
During the last debate, we saw the president, rudely interrupt Mitt Romney, and accuse him of lying when the person that really was lying was President Obama. President Obama said; check the transcript, so I did. President Obama lied about Mitt Romney’s op-ed piece about GM.
Jay Carney, the Obama Administration press secretary told us that the president believes that “when you're president of the United States, you are president of all the people, not just the people who voted for you.
Should we add…unless you are Mitt Romney, because Mitt Romney is not one of us.
When the president says one thing that sounds really great and inspiring and then does something so ugly as saying a US citizen is not one of us, what does that say about him?
Another example of how some Americans mean less to him is how, even though he knew the Benghazi attack was a terrorist attack and not a response to an anti-Islam video, he still sent out his representative to blame the video and then he himself blamed the video.
While the video was not good form as so many
i-reporters pointed out, wasn't it worse form of the Obama Administration to blame one man to provide political cover?
The man was publicly arrested on a probation violation so that it could be aired all over the world to support the story I suppose.
How far he has moved from the positions he held as candidate Obama or is it that he never really meant what he said, because he will say and do what it takes to get your vote?