President Obama and His Three Main Conservative Opponents

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In the U.S., Democrats and Republicans create interesting discussions with their debates. I can’t wait to see the next one. I enjoy observing the political field. The conservative movement attracts my atten¬tion every day. That’s why I listen to Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Glenn Beck, who give another dimension to radio hosts and who are fiercely defending their beliefs, point of view, and values with the most intransigent attitude that will make the opposition’s story against President Obama historical because from the day he got elected until now, those conservative gurus don’t miss any opportunity to lash out at the first black president in the history of this nation. In fact, one of them already expressed the desire to see the president fail in all of his programs. Call it dirty, outrageous, or downright nasty, but this is what I call verbal iron politics. This type of political opposition should help those in power to boost up their determination to avoid failing.

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President Obama and His Three Main Conservative Opponents

Submitted: December 24, 2010

In the U.S., Democrats and Republicans create interesting discussions with their debates. I can’t wait to see the next one. I enjoy observing the political field. The conservative movement attracts my atten¬tion every day. That’s why I listen to Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Glenn Beck, who give another dimension to radio hosts and who are fiercely defending their beliefs, point of view, and values with the most intransigent attitude that will make the opposition’s story against President Obama historical because from the day he got elected until now, those conservative gurus don’t miss any opportunity to lash out at the first black president in the history of this nation. In fact, one of them already expressed the desire to see the president fail in all of his programs. Call it dirty, outrageous, or downright nasty, but this is what I call verbal iron politics. This type of political opposition should help those in power to boost up their determination to avoid failing. Read Chapter