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luvmylabs23139
11-09-2008, 05:01 PM
After several radio commentators have called him on the agenda he has listed on his web site @ http://change.gov/agenda/urbanpolicy/ the Obama transition team has pulled the full details of his agenda off his web site.

The web page now shows "The page you requested is not available right now.", but if you want to see what he really has planned for us you can see the original page here: www.tinyurl.com/5gznwl .

A few of his plans are to reinstate and make permanent the Clinton weapons ban and to increase the weapons included in the ban, to completely ban all forms of "racial" profiling (and any of us that have true profiling experience know this is an important investigative tool when used correctly and racial profiling is just one element of "profiling" criminals and criminal activity) and to spend an enormous amount of money on special programs, "tax credits", etc.

If he is so committed to these causes, why did his team pull them from the web site? If he can't take the heat of the American people and press, how will he ever stand up to communist and marxist dictators around the world?

Cody Covey
11-09-2008, 06:50 PM
the gun ban is not change we want sorry. I have spoke with many that will not give up their guns lightly and have talked to a few that since Barack was elected have went out and bought new firearms before they are banned....again Gun bans and socialism are not change we want

code3retrievers
11-09-2008, 07:36 PM
I just happened to copy his entire website the other day so that I could keep track of his campaign promises and the ones he keeps.

Some were just B.S. with the federal government having no authority to enact and others just plain scary.

I will give him a chance but I know what he is.

cvan
11-09-2008, 07:46 PM
All I can say is we are in for change wether we want it or not.
socialist/communist/democrat.
Eastern germany used to be called democratic GO figure I don't think they had guns or freedom.
I am proud to be from Oklahoma where every country counted for repulican THE ONLY state in America where this happened.

code3retrievers
11-10-2008, 07:51 AM
That's the false spirit Dick Cheyney and W would like!

I know what he is because his campaign "promises" were already being changed on the eve of the election and the day after.

Bush number one lost by not following through with one of his promises "no new taxes", but I suppose the American people will give Obama a little more wiggle room.

I will give him more a chance then the Dems gave Bush his first 4 years.

I consider him my president even though I do not agree his positions. I hope the country succeeds in everything we endeavor. Unlike the attitude of the Dems (wanting us to fail in Iraq)

I recall Dems running around months after the 2000 election still claiming Bush would never be their president, blaming him for 911. Also a lot of them claimed they would leave the country but didn't. What a bunch of sniveling snots. (to bad they never left)

Bruce, please don't claim to know my motives or my heart. I made a public statement, deal with it, but don't insinuate that I am a liar other wise you are like others of your kind and can only attack.

I will give him a chance. If he fails or tries to take away our constitutional rights then I will be there to criticize. Or do we no longer have that right?

By the way did you ever read his blueprint for change? If you agree with his stance then god bless you for voting for him. I do not think this nation can afford what he wants to do to it. Only time will tell and he has four years.

Huckabee said it best. http://www.foxnews.com/video2/video08.html?maven_referralObject=3182352&maven_referralPlaylistId=&sRevUrl=http://www.foxnews.com/