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Old 02-07-2013, 02:42 PM   #16
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So where was he? I bet some guy in Washington DC knows.
He was out skeet shooting.
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Old 02-07-2013, 02:55 PM   #17
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You guys amaze me...

Ya bust his balls for daring to give the word "GO" regarding bin Laden...
Ya bust his balls for letting his Defense Secretary call the shots in Benghazi...

You say he fucks things up worse when he is involved in something, yet when he pulls back, you blame him for not being involved.

Please...please...select one mode of "rage" and stick to it. Oh wait...you have...your rage is that Obama is still President.
My rage is that he is president and he won't lead. Our number one problem in this country is fiscal and he has yet to put a budget up, and he refuses to deal with the fiscal cliff or the sequester with any plan other that short term, kick the can down the road, hoping to get by four more years and hand the problem off to someone else. He keeps proposing stop gap measures that he knows the Pubs won't buy so he can keep framing them as roadblocks. But what we need is a comprehensive spending and revenue plan to get our house in order. This should have been Obama's number one priority from the beginning, but all he cares about is using the new demographics to push through Democratic dream entitlements that have always been impossible to implement. Why no budget or genuine deficit plan? Easy! They will require leadership and they will be unpopular. Neither of those situations plays into his wheelhouse. Obama couldn't lead a horse to water, but he wouldn't mind taxing the horse's drink.
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My rage is that he is president and he won't lead. Our number one problem in this country is fiscal and he has yet to put a budget up, and he refuses to deal with the fiscal cliff or the sequester with any plan other that short term, kick the can down the road, hoping to get by four more years and hand the problem off to someone else. He keeps proposing stop gap measures that he knows the Pubs won't buy so he can keep framing them as roadblocks. But what we need is a comprehensive spending and revenue plan to get our house in order. This should have been Obama's number one priority from the beginning, but all he cares about is using the new demographics to push through Democratic dream entitlements that have always been impossible to implement. Why no budget or genuine deficit plan? Easy! They will require leadership and they will be unpopular. Neither of those situations plays into his wheelhouse. Obama couldn't lead a horse to water, but he wouldn't mind taxing the horse's drink.
Tex-
You're looking at Obama in the wrong light. Look at all these issues from Obama's point of view and see if your opinion of him does not change.

Obama is a great "politician". Obama is accomplishing EXACTLY what he set out to do and what he PROMISED to do back in 2007. He is bringing change. He is bringing HIS change. He is creating EXACTLY what he wants. He is accomplishing EVERYTHING that he set out to do. Obama is a brilliant politician.

What scares me is that his opponents have no one comparable.
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You guys amaze me...

Ya bust his balls for daring to give the word "GO" regarding bin Laden...
Ya bust his balls for letting his Defense Secretary call the shots in Benghazi...

You say he fucks things up worse when he is involved in something, yet when he pulls back, you blame him for not being involved.

Please...please...select one mode of "rage" and stick to it. Oh wait...you have...your rage is that Obama is still President.
3 February 2013 - Panetta admits that CIA DID use intelligence from water-boarding to capture bin Laden

Based on that alone, there is no way that Obama
can take credit for getting bin Laden.
It was Bush's fault.
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Tex-
You're looking at Obama in the wrong light. Look at all these issues from Obama's point of view and see if your opinion of him does not change.

Obama is a great "politician". Obama is accomplishing EXACTLY what he set out to do and what he PROMISED to do back in 2007. He is bringing change. He is bringing HIS change. He is creating EXACTLY what he wants. He is accomplishing EVERYTHING that he set out to do. Obama is a brilliant politician.

What scares me is that his opponents have no one comparable.
If the people who voted for him wanted him to socialize our country instead of lead us through a long and difficult process of fiscal healing, shame on them. That's what we needed the most -- a leader who would restore fiscal sanity to our government. He has only deepened the depths of our fiscal insanity, and he almost has us to the point where there may be no way out.
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:17 PM   #21
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If the people who voted for him wanted him to socialize our country instead of lead us through a long and difficult process of fiscal healing, shame on them. That's what we needed the most -- a leader who would restore fiscal sanity to our government. He has only deepened the depths of our fiscal insanity, and he almost has us to the point where there may be no way out.
I would guess that 2/3 of the people that voted for him HAD NO CLUE what he stands for or what his idea of change is. Tell me. Did/Has Obama EVER defined his meaning of "Change"? Since ran in 2012 on the term "Forward", I would understand his intention of his second term to be more of that accomplished during his first term. Yet people continued to elect him. Did he ever define his "Forward" movement? Did his opponents ever question it?

Again, Obama is accomplishing everything that he set out to do.
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If the people who voted for him wanted him to socialize our country instead of lead us through a long and difficult process of fiscal healing, shame on them. That's what we needed the most -- a leader who would restore fiscal sanity to our government. He has only deepened the depths of our fiscal insanity, and he almost has us to the point where there may be no way out.
I blame Romney.
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I would guess that 2/3 of the people that voted for him HAD NO CLUE what he stands for or what his idea of change is. Tell me. Did/Has Obama EVER defined his meaning of "Change"? Since ran in 2012 on the term "Forward", I would understand his intention of his second term to be more of that accomplished during his first term. Yet people continued to elect him. Did he ever define his "Forward" movement? Did his opponents ever question it?

Again, Obama is accomplishing everything that he set out to do.
They voted for the free shit..
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He was out skeet shooting.


Yes, but he only shot some, not all...
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So where was he? I bet some guy in Washington DC knows.

Absophuckinglutely!
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Why do they call it "common sense" when, in fact, it has become so uncommon?

That's my opinion, it outta be your's.
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