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|Let’s learn what amorphous is by saying Barak Obama is an amorphous solid — a solid in which there is no long-range order of the positions of the atoms. Similarly, he has no character and no long term plan, though he says he has. His plans have no idealogical background. One day he can be a left-wing liberal, the next he can feign conservativeness, such as when he says he will balance the budget or solve problems without spending so much, which is a lie. (Solids in which there is long-range atomic order are called crystalline solids or morphous). Most classes of solid materials can be found or prepared in an amorphous form. For instance, common window glass is an amorphous solid, many polymerspolystyrene) are amorphous, and even foods such as cotton candy
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Obama Avoids the Crocodile
By Patrick J. Buchanan
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|By reversing himself and refusing to release graphic photos of abused prisoners of war, Barack Obama has stunned liberals.
They feel betrayed and abandoned by a president they put into office. On war and torture, at least, they thought Barack was one of them. He is not. Barack is not into ideology. He is into Barack.
As he showed in 2008, when he threw his white grandmother under the bus and spared his beloved black pastor, the Rev. Wright, then threw Wright under the bus when his toxicity level rose too high, Barack has all the sentimentality of Michael Corleone when it comes to the family business.
And what Obama is saying with his refusal to release the photos is what he has been signaling for weeks now: I am not going to fight the liberals’ war — on Dick Cheney‘s turf. The rewards are nonexistent, and the risks too great.
Thus, when Gens. Petraeus, Odierno and McKiernan grumbled, Obama tossed a blanket over the photos. Barack Obama is not taking on CENTCOM or West Point for a bunch of congressional progressives.