Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Obama Makes False Accusations About Lou Dobbs and Illegal Immigration
SEN. BARACK OBAMA (D-IL), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: So when I hear Rush Limbaugh or you know Lou Dobbs or some of these people talking about how we need to send them all back, we're not going to send them all back.Casey Wian sets the record straight.
WIAN: Apparently Senator Obama is not aware that LOU DOBBS TONIGHT has never advocated mass deportations.
OBAMA: When I hear Rush Limbaugh or you know Lou Dobbs or some of these people talking about how we need to send them all back. We're not going to send them all back. First of all, this is a country of immigrants. Second of all, as a practical matter, we would end up having to use all of our law enforcement resources to round people up, detain them, separate families. It's not a realistic solution. We're not going to be able to solve the problem if we're just shouting about it like Lou Dobbs and folks on television.
Perhaps he's worried about that going forward. But it sure seems that by distorting the record of people like you, people like Rush Limbaugh, who we were unable to contact today. But we did see some of the statements that he's made in the past about illegal immigration and he also has never, that we could find, called for mass deportations of people. So you really got to wonder what's going through Senator Obama's head here, Lou.Video HERE.
Lefties love to distort the record because the truth doesn't serve them well. Who is Barack
While the MSM, Obama's staff and, maybe, Obama himself wail and gnash their teeth over Geraldine Ferraro's statements, Obama continues to play the destructive race game to gather votes. Like nearly every politician today, he cares more about himself than anything else. Even Obama's wife says so.
"What I notice about men, all men, is that their order is me, my family, God is in there somewhere, but me is first...Since her primary experience with men is Barack, it's fair to say he's a "me first" person.
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