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why does Obama appoint so many nut jobs.?

Is it true that some of Obamas appointees believe Socialism is best for this country.

Asked By: - 6/9/2010
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During the 2008 Presidential campaign Barack Obama told audiences, 'Judge me by the people with whom I surround myself... More
Answered By: Deine papieren, bitte! ®™ - 6/10/2010
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So they mirror him appropriately.
Answered By: Jozeph - 6/9/2010
 
You only have to look to Van Jones to see that the people that the Anointed One put into office are socialist through and through.
Answered By: fbomonkey - 6/9/2010
 
No, it's the opposite. Obama's appointees are corporatist. Just like Obama. Look at the chart here to see where Obama's politics place him: http://politicalcompass.org/uselection2008 ##
Answered By: iris054 - 6/9/2010
 
Where is Joe the plumber when you need him -
Answered By: Dave M - 6/9/2010
 
Yes it is true. That nut jobs are the kind of people that share his views.
Answered By: Gitmo - 6/9/2010
 
Because the people assessing Obama's appointees are themselves nut jobs... More
Answered By: Chewy Ivan 2 - 6/9/2010
 
To appear better by comparison?
Answered By: Sawyer - 6/9/2010
 
These are all his closest advisers. We're screwed.
Answered By: Spill - 6/9/2010
 
It's easier to advance your agenda when everyone's working from the same page.
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Answered By: You Need Me! - 6/9/2010
 
He's paying off the machine that put him in office. I'd like to know exactly what this machine is; Muslims, socialists, liberals, globalists???? I doubt we will ever really know. The world is ending and we have our head in the sand (collectively).
Answered By: Thomas - 6/9/2010
 
They aren't nut jobs, they are Corrupt Chicago style Politicians who act like elitist despots. Socialism is just a tool for the Elitists to use to install their favorite form of tyranny.
Answered By: Philip H - 6/9/2010
 
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