Hey Mr. PresJune 15 2012 at 12:08 PM
way to pander to the Spanish voters. You're all heart.
|June 15 2012, 2:32 PM |
Get the 800,000 certified to vote in the November election. How much more can this administration get away with?
|June 15 2012, 2:34 PM |
Don't forget the LGBT party at the White House tonight. Here's the Obama voter checklist:
Gays and the like - check
Hispanics - check
Welfare recipients - check
Guilty white voters - check
Stupid people - check
Black people - check and double check
Winning 2012 - check
|June 15 2012, 4:00 PM |
And getting to listen to angry Republicans for another four years? priceless
not about anger
|June 15 2012, 4:58 PM |
Hey dumba$$, what are you going to do when the republicans stop working to pay your bills? Is Obama going to take care of you then? Have you read Atlas Shrugged?
|June 15 2012, 6:24 PM |
Thanks for proving my point
|June 15 2012, 7:45 PM |
You answer with profanity and anger, typical Republican.
Also I pay all my bills and make substantial charity donations so I don't need anyone to take care of me, do you assume that all Democrats want handouts? I know quite a few Republicans on government assistance.
|June 16 2012, 10:01 AM |
Do you ever tell the truth? Ever?
Okay, please explain to us what Obama's plan is for saving our economy?
|June 15 2012, 8:21 PM |
O gives a campaign speech almost daily. He states the same things such as he inherited this mess, it was Bush's fault, etc.
Of course he never mentions that he was a Senator in a Dem controlled congress the last several years of Bush's tenure but always voted in favor of ALL the Bush spending programs he now holds Bush totally responsible for.
In fact he wanted Bush to implement a second TARP program during the period immediately after O was elected Prez. Bush said "No" stating that this was a decision for the incoming O presidency. Yet, this week, O actually blamed Bush for rolling out Tarp I, even though a full Dem congress (including then Sen Obama) voted in support of this program.
So, here we are some 3.5 years into O's presidency and what is his new campaign focus? That O cant solve this US economic mess because Bush "left him this mess". O states this point in almost every speech he gives.
And what, after almost 4 yrs of an O administration, does O propose as his solutions to improve our economic mess? Answer, Tax the wealthy even more than the 60% or more they already pay. Fact, we could tax the wealthy 100% of all their earnings but that would only support our national expenditures for some 3 or 4 months!
Does this sound like presidential leadership to you?
not mine, not any more
|June 18 2012, 8:55 AM |
I used to admit he was elected to the office, even if I did not vote for him. His recent decisions to circumvent laws passed by congress has totally wiped out any support I could muster.
Bill Clinton was a pathetic leach who preyed on vulnerable women, but had some respect for the constitution. Jimmy Carter was an idiot, and gave away rights to the Panama Canal, had a deplorable mid-east policy, but generally did not try to operate as 'king in chief.'
Obama wants the imperial presidency. From his coronation event at the democratic convention to the decisions on gay marriage despite the defense of marriage act, and immigration status of illegal aliens, despite many years of standing precedent makes me loath the current resident of the white house/oval office.
I can only hope he offends enough people before November to go out in a landslide. I'm afraid we will have massive voter fraud and riots not seen since the 1960's however. That's just the MO of BO, the community organizer...
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