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Post Among the Anti-Biden Camp, Is There Obama Nostalgia?
Created by John Eipper on 09/04/21 4:11 AM

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Among the Anti-Biden Camp, Is There Obama Nostalgia? (Francisco Wong-Diaz, USA, 09/04/21 4:11 am)

John E cited the rise of George W Bush nostalgia during the Trump era, and asked if there is anything analogous for Obama at present. The answer is simple: NO!

Why miss Obama when Obama 3.0 is in power now through the puppet Biden?

In reply to Paul Pitlick's inexpert "expert": Even Bill Maher chastised the Left for going so far as not knowing what true oppression looks like. Yes, the so-called peaceful, stable Afghanistan is the place where in the last two weeks young men were seen clinging to airplanes to leave the country, or being hanged from a rope by their necks from a flying Black Hawk helicopter--not to mention killed by a suicide bomber at the airport gate and left to die in sewage. The cited "expert" should also look at the ongoing "peaceful" fighting in the Northern Alliance region. His sources, if any, are useless.

I guess that since I did not support Trump or Biden I am a "right winger," too. What a joke!

JE comments:  Francisco, several times you've stressed Biden's "puppet" status.  In your view, whose puppet is he?  Some lurking Deep State entity doesn't really convince most of us (or at least not me).  Obama's?  He seems rather to be enjoying his senior statesman role on the speaking circuit.

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