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Will Obama’s Legacy Be The “Hateful Eight” Years of Change?
Now that more than eight years have passed since the days when Barack Obama made his meteoric rise in politics, it’s fair to say that he’s had his chance to deliver on his campaign promise of “change you can believe in.” The effects of his Presidency will be felt for decades no doubt, and his legacy has yet to be written, but for this snapshot in time in September of 2016, what positive and meaningful change has Barack Obama delivered?
A defiant and sobering declaration from a mother, speaking to a society that’s relentless in its determination to take our children. “You can’t have my kids.” You don’t get their health, their bodies, their ears, or their minds. They have been given to ME to raise and steward, and are mine to protect. They are not up for the taking.
Ask the U.S. Ambassador’s wife if it feels like Benghazi happened “a long time ago.” Ask any Navy S.E.A.L. if Benghazi has left their memories yet. Ask the mothers and fathers of our fallen soldiers who acted like soldiers, heroes who deserve the respect of all Americans for their sacrifice in a futile attempt to protect U.S. civilans and military.
Answer: That “ad guy” creates a concept ad about the idea to secede to Wisconsin.Yup, I can tell you, it sure felt good to get that idea out of my head. Sure the idea’s “way out there,” but so is living for decades here, knowing how great this state of Illinois could be, if we didn’t have Chicago’s polital inbred twits running (and ruining) everything they touch.
After Senator Cruz’s apparent attempt to misrepresent the truth about Trey Gowdy’s support for the upcoming GOP Primary election, the Rubio campaign released this ad, leading up to the South Carolina Primary and Super Tuesday votes, coming up soon. Do you think this ad for Rubio will be enough to counter the misinformation / disinformation…