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post #286 of 626
Immature? Yes.

Unfair? Maybe.

But I couldn't resist.










post #287 of 626
Keep it classy Lighthouse,

Like the New Yorker does



Those UWS uber-libs must have had a crystal ball.
post #288 of 626
http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-echochambers-29962546

Not sure if this was directly related but it was a interesting read to this Canadian.
post #289 of 626
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Originally Posted by A Canuker View Post

http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-echochambers-29962546

Not sure if this was directly related but it was a interesting read to this Canadian.

Jarrett will be "the fallperson". The fish rots from the head they say in the Mediterranean World.
post #290 of 626
I had not heard of her before seeing the article but it's not surprising to read about the internal bickering and such. The more I read the more it seems that Obama just wasn't the strong personality one would have expected a person should be to win the presidential election.
post #291 of 626
Live by the sword, die by the sword.

Jarrett is America's Rasputin, but the vitriol should really be aimed at Obama.

We knew he was a fake, but I really don't think the media understood it. They worshiped him as their god; their political Elvis.
post #292 of 626
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Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post

Live by the sword, die by the sword.

Jarrett is America's Rasputin, but the vitriol should really be aimed at Obama.

We knew he was a fake, but I really don't think the media understood it. They worshiped him as their god; their political Elvis.

The American media are basically 90%+ Green Left.

On a lighter note

http://news.yahoo.com/brunei-queens-jewelry-tops-obama-diplomatic-gifts-201051852.html
Edited by meister - 11/12/14 at 12:37pm
post #293 of 626
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Obama's performance at G20 sucking up to the PRC non-promise on climate change has gotta be one of his best. The fact he won't control Congress for the next two years = 'nuff said
post #294 of 626
Americans are so dramatic.
post #295 of 626
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Originally Posted by A Canuker View Post

I had not heard of her before seeing the article but it's not surprising to read about the internal bickering and such. The more I read the more it seems that Obama just wasn't the strong personality one would have expected a person should be to win the presidential election.

I'm honestly surprised anyone ever thought he had a strong personality. He's always struck me as tabula rasa and the mere vessel for his handlers.
post #296 of 626
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I'm honestly surprised anyone ever thought he had a strong personality. He's always struck me as tabula rasa and the mere vessel for his handlers.

Here are the handlers at work:

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/the-audacity-of-climate-cynicism/article/2556109

In November 2012, the Guardian reported as disappointing news that analysts had reached “a consensus that barring any significant changes in policy, China’s emissions will rise until around 2030 — when the country’s urbanization peaks, and its population growth slows — and then begins to fall.” In other words, China did not agree to anything in this “deal” that wasn’t already expected to happen on its own.
post #297 of 626
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I'm honestly surprised anyone ever thought he had a strong personality. He's always struck me as tabula rasa and the mere vessel for his handlers.

He never seemed to have the strong personality but it also never seemed so blatant on this side of the boarder. Granted news is slanted depending upon where you live and he seemed to be riding a wave the first 3 years but in hindsight I can't think of any "A type" actions in his playbook. Might it been more of the correct person at the right time to split the vote and become the "vision" of the party for that specific election.

Then again I just reviewed the people that lost against Obama, they were so easy to forget and it's not shocking the votes went the way they did. McCain and Romney, it's almost like the party wanted to lose.
post #298 of 626
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He never seemed to have the strong personality but it also never seemed so blatant on this side of the boarder. Granted news is slanted depending upon where you live and he seemed to be riding a wave the first 3 years but in hindsight I can't think of any "A type" actions in his playbook. Might it been more of the correct person at the right time to split the vote and become the "vision" of the party for that specific election.

Then again I just reviewed the people that lost against Obama, they were so easy to forget and it's not shocking the votes went the way they did. McCain and Romney, it's almost like the party wanted to lose.

All of the above. Especially the last bit.

This is that long standing view/conspiracy theory that the US Presidency is just a plaything of the elite and they just play in and out games that have the verisimilitude of an actual live contest.

Abbott in Australia continues to be one of the few prepared to stand up to confront Obama's/the International Left's climate change malarky.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/tony-abbott-snubs-barack-obamas-climate-fund-demand/story-fni0cx12-1227125057292
post #299 of 626
Meister, have you missed the Al Sharpton - Obama connection.

It's truly shameful and despicable! Sharpton is a vile POS and it says lots about Obama that he would seek Sharpton out, embrace him and increase his power.

http://nypost.com/2014/11/19/al-sharptons-march-madness/

I don’t blame Sharpton for his access. Most people would happily accept special treatment from the Oval Office.
The folly for granting that special treatment falls 100 percent on Obama.

and

And even though more mob mayhem is expected if the officer is cleared by a grand jury, Obama nonetheless invited Sharpton and other protesters to the White House for encouragement. The meeting was not on the president’s public schedule.
There you have it — agitators are using threats of violence to intimidate the courts. It’s low and dirty, but you expect that from Al Sharpton.
The tragedy of our times is that the president of the United States is no better.


Obama using Sharpton as his point man on racial matters is like a white politician using David Duke as his point man on States Rights.
post #300 of 626
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

Meister, have you missed the Al Sharpton - Obama connection.

It's truly shameful and despicable! Sharpton is a vile POS and it says lots about Obama that he would seek Sharpton out, embrace him and increase his power.

http://nypost.com/2014/11/19/al-sharptons-march-madness/

I don’t blame Sharpton for his access. Most people would happily accept special treatment from the Oval Office.
The folly for granting that special treatment falls 100 percent on Obama.

and

And even though more mob mayhem is expected if the officer is cleared by a grand jury, Obama nonetheless invited Sharpton and other protesters to the White House for encouragement. The meeting was not on the president’s public schedule.
There you have it — agitators are using threats of violence to intimidate the courts. It’s low and dirty, but you expect that from Al Sharpton.
The tragedy of our times is that the president of the United States is no better.


Obama using Sharpton as his point man on racial matters is like a white politician using David Duke as his point man on States Rights.

Al is good to keep the numbers up on election day up by maintaining the rage. Obama - let's not forget - was not "Down for the Struggle" in the Rev Jackson sense.
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