Most of us have heard about how Barack Obama has lifted language from others, people such as Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. It's what prompted Hillary Clinton to say in one of the primary debates that Obama's words didn't constitute change you can believe in but ". . . change you can Xerox" (a truly great line, which proves that Clinton didn't think of it herself). Now, I won't accuse him of plagiarism, as that is a specific charge and his actions may not rise to the level of it. Yet, I do have to wonder whom Obama is borrowing ideas from. For example, consider the following chilling comparison (read the rest; believe me, you'll want to see a larger version of the image on the left).