Huh? It's just another whopper from President Obama. From the Daily Caller:
Obama was asked, “So how are you going to talk to Republicans differently if you are reelected?”"Once again reach out to Republicans"? As in "I won, I will trump you on that"? Or as in Obamacare, which was shoved down our throats without any GOP support?
“Republican voters, if you ask them about my particular policy positions, often agree with me. So there’s a difference between Republicans in Washington and Republican and Republican-leaning voters around the country,” Obama said in a Parade Magazine reader question-and-answer session published on Friday.
“I think that after this election, we’ll be in a position to once again reach out to Republicans and say that the American people have rendered a judgment, and the positions we’re taking are well within what used to be considered bipartisan centrist approaches.”
“When you look at the policies I’ve promoted, they used to be considered bipartisan, mainstream ideas. What’s changed is not me. What’s changed is where the Republican Party’s gone,” he said.
But no, if you're thinking Obama and company are radical lefties, well, you're just confused. Obama's a centrist. Got that, independents? (Pay no attention to his passion for big government, his executive overreach, his takeover of the health care system, his contempt for religious liberty and freedom of conscience, his attacks on business, his radical views on abortion and the sanctity of life, etc. Nothing to see there.)
If Obama wins, brace yourselves for the new flexibility.
Many thanks to MichelleMalkin.com for the link.
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