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This urban myth has got to stop.

Obama did not vote against the Iraq resolution. He wasn't even a member of Congress at that time.

He was running for re-election of his Illinois State Senate seat and during his campaign speeches, (mostly heard by people in that state) he did publicly speak out against the resolution and said he thought it was a bad idea.

Almost half the Democrats in the Senate voted against it.
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Originally posted by HeruStar:
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Whatever. What hypocrites. And Obama is Hypocrite In Chief. He opened his campaign with the war vote being the only REAL difference in platform from Hillary, and never let her forget it. He USED THAT to set himself apart apart as better than her because of that faulty judgement call. Then turns around in the end and picks a VP, Joseph Biden, that ALSO showed faulty judgement because he ALSO voted for the war. What a joke.


I'm curious to know how many congressman voted against the war, other than Obama. How many of them are viable potential running mates? And how many of them would satisfy the Hillary fanatics?

That narrows it down to nobody in existence.


If Obama had wanted to select somebody who had voted against the Iraq war, he could have easily done so.

He simply chose not to. That's all...

Roll Eyes

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