Statistical Proof that Obama isn’t the Bipartisan Uniter that he Claims to be

Posted on September 15, 2008. Filed under: B. Hussein Obama's real record as a "reformer", News on Obama's Competition, Past Policy Voting Tendencies (Or Lack of Voting) |

This is an article from the Washinton Times. Obama supporters will only dismiss this because of the editorial content of the newspaper, however, as shown through examples on this blog, most news sources are committed heavily to covering for Obama’s short-comings. Despite Obama’s claim throughout the entire election that he is the non-partisan uniter, while McCain is mearly a Bush Administration mouthpiece, the article shows how John McCain partnered 55% of the time with Democrats to produce solutions to tough issues such as campaign finance reform. Obama, on the other hand, partnered with Republicans 13% of the time in Congress and he addressed such serious issues as dedicating a US postage stamp to Rosa Parks. (As if that issue was a party-divided vote.) This is just further proof that an Obama presidency will only work for those on the extreme left who agree with him. There will be absolutely no consideration for anyone outside of Obama’s political beliefs.

http://washingtontimes.com/news/2008/sep/15/records-show-mccain-more-bipartisan/

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