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'Turbocharging' our worst impulses: Obama speaks at Stanford about dangers the internet poses to democracy

Original post made on Apr 26, 2022

The former president urged tech leaders to use Silicon Valley's spirit of innovation to tackle the serious threats facing democracy during a keynote address at Stanford last week.

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Posted by D
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on Apr 26, 2022 at 7:41 am

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During the 2012 Presidential debate, Mitt Romney stated that Russia was the greatest threat to the United States and world wide democracy. In response, President Obama actually laughed at him, and stated, "The 1980's are calling to ask for their foreign policy back, because the Cold war has been over for 20 years".

President Obama's complete and utter failure to appreciate and deal with the increasing Russian threat has now led to the invasion of Ukraine and the murders of thousands of innocent Ukrainian civilians, and has the United States in the most dangerous time in history since the Cuban Missile Crisis. Despite this, President Obama now has the gall to lecture us on why we need more government regulation and control of free speech to deal with the Russian threat!

If President Obama wants to have any credibility, he must first apologize to Mitt Romney, and the American public, for laughing at him during the debate, and ridiculing him for stating that Russia was a dangerous threat to world wide democracy. Mitt Romney was absolutely correct about Russia, and President Obama was absolutely wrong, and instead of admitting his crucial mistake, President Obama is now ignoring history and defaulting to the liberal Democrats playbook of "more government regulation".