The Discerning Texan

All that is necessary for evil to triumph, is for good men to do nothing.
-- Edmund Burke
Saturday, August 02, 2008

Obama's Position-Changes; Bordering on the Sociopathic

First, you should see the video. Keep in mind that this speech took place TWO DAYS AGO:

Now that you've seen that clip, get a load of this:
Barack Obama has proven himself slippery on oil for the second time in his campaign. In April, he accused his opponents of taking money from oil lobbies, when in fact Obama himself not only did the same thing but had oil executives as major bundlers to his campaign. Now he’s reversed himself on drilling, and he did it in a remarkable place — Florida:
U.S. Sen. Barack Obama said today he would be willing to open Florida’s coast for more oil drilling if it meant winning approval for broad energy changes.

“My interest is in making sure we’ve got the kind of comprehensive energy policy that can bring down gas prices,” Obama said in an interview with The Palm Beach Post.

“If, in order to get that passed, we have to compromise in terms of a careful, well thought-out drilling strategy that was carefully circumscribed to avoid significant environmental damage - I don’t want to be so rigid that we can’t get something done,” Obama said.
Is there anything that this guy isn't capable of?

His blatant penchant for changing his story and blatantly betraying previously-expressed "values" is nothing short of sociopathic. This is a state of mind that has no boundary to what it is willing to do to get what it wants.

We've already highlighted "The One's" core values about negotiating with the number one state sponsor of worldwide terror... at least they were "core" depending on the beliefs of the audience he happened to be addressing.

We've also looked at his "deeply held convictions when it comes to things like campaign finance, second amendment rights, the surge in Iraq, his father's education, wiretapping people trying to blow up our cities, NAFTA, and his knowledge of the activities of the Reverand Wright and others in his recent radical past.

What's next??

It's a Dr. Strangelove/The Dead Zone kind of way; It's Pathological.

It's Sociopathic.
DiscerningTexan, 8/02/2008 08:59:00 PM |