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I have said Obama is going to be the worst thing this country has had to deal with before he was elected to his first term. I was argued with and called everything under the sun. Guess what ladies and gentlemen? The water has passed under the bridge and if anyone wants to argue about it these days good luck. The man is a complete failure and liar. His best move right now would be to resign.

Yeah, I'd argue that. I never voted for the man but hyperbole aside life under Obama is little different then life under Bush or Clinton. The sophistication of the spying is probably the biggest change.
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Yeah, that would have really sucked if a brutal Chilean dictator took power in the 70's.... oh, wait.

It's called counter-revolution. If he is a Marxist it's okay ...if he is a rightist not okay.
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Many connes coming to their senses,

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/DC-Decoder/2013/1215/Obama-now-losing-a-key-constituency-younger-voters-video

It was predictable.

Perhaps more politically significant, Americans who will continue to get healthcare coverage through their employers blame Obama's healthcare overhaul for their rising premiums and deductibles, according to this poll.


But how many Americans? I have heard 60 million.
post #50 of 560
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

Many connes coming to their senses,

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/DC-Decoder/2013/1215/Obama-now-losing-a-key-constituency-younger-voters-video

It was predictable.

Just wait til next year. It'll be Der Fuehrer's. I mean the savior's, worst year and down down he'll go from there. I said it year's ago. When this clown starts digging into his anointed following's wallets is when they'll wake up from the Koolaid. It's happened. Of course I personally believe that they should pay dearly for their poor choice while the rest of us benefit from they're stupidity at no cost.
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Just wait til next year. It'll be Der Fuehrer's. I mean the savior's, worst year and down down he'll go from there. I said it year's ago. When this clown starts digging into his anointed following's wallets is when they'll wake up from the Koolaid. It's happened. Of course I personally believe that they should pay dearly for their poor choice while the rest of us benefit from they're stupidity at no cost.

You've missed the point mate. In America his crowd aka "low information voters" (and various SF new class Lefties) don't pay for anything. That's the idea. The lifters pay...not the leaners.
post #52 of 560
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Just wait til next year. It'll be Der Fuehrer's. I mean the savior's, worst year and down down he'll go from there. I said it year's ago. When this clown starts digging into his anointed following's wallets is when they'll wake up from the Koolaid. It's happened. Of course I personally believe that they should pay dearly for their poor choice while the rest of us benefit from they're stupidity at no cost.

Some are still in a coma. Even when a few of the younger employees here were hit financially by the ACA in a very real way, they weren't able to put the puzzle together. One person's response was that "Romney wouldn't have been any better. Just because you can run a business doesn't mean you can run a country." She had no idea he was a governor, and that's ignoring the plethora of other things wrong with that statement. Most of these people watch the news for a handful of hours in the weeks preceding a presidential election, and don't see a glimpse of it at any other point during the year. During the campaign she was repeating talking points verbatim about "fair share," yet had no idea what the top tax rate was. The other day I tried to show her a funny Onion article about the "Stop and Kiss Policy," only to quickly realize that she had never heard of Stop and Frisk.
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Some are still in a coma. Even when a few of the younger employees here were hit financially by the ACA in a very real way, they weren't able to put the puzzle together. One person's response was that "Romney wouldn't have been any better. Just because you can run a business doesn't mean you can run a country." She had no idea he was a governor, and that's ignoring the plethora of other things wrong with that statement. Most of these people watch the news for a handful of hours in the weeks preceding a presidential election, and don't see a glimpse of it at any other point during the year. During the campaign she was repeating talking points verbatim about "fair share," yet had no idea what the top tax rate was. The other day I tried to show her a funny Onion article about the "Stop and Kiss Policy," only to quickly realize that she had never heard of Stop and Frisk.

It sounds more like a classic case of intellectual dissonance. Maybe when their "health care" costs exceed their mortgage then they'll get it. Then again some hold dear to their ideological nonsense to the bitter end. It should be clear by now that this needs to go the way of the dodo and be forgotten forever. I also think Obama and his cronies should step down and if they won't then they should be removed from their respective positions. Incompetence is one thing but this is far from simple incompetence.
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It sounds more like a classic case of intellectual dissonance. .

Well, what's ever weirder is that her fiance is making nice money (somewhere in the low 100's), and it's not like she is making minimum wage or anything, yet she was convinced that they were somehow going to be the beneficiaries of this redistribution.
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Well, what's ever weirder is that her fiance is making nice money (somewhere in the low 100's), and it's not like she is making minimum wage or anything, yet she was convinced that they were somehow going to be the beneficiaries of this redistribution.

Now that's just funny.
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Non-citizens caught voting in 2012 presidential election in key swing state

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/12/18/non-citizens-caught-voting-in-2012-presidential-election-in-key-swing-state/

The article doesn't say who the fraudulent voters were for LOL
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Non-citizens caught voting in 2012 presidential election in key swing state

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/12/18/non-citizens-caught-voting-in-2012-presidential-election-in-key-swing-state/

The article doesn't say who the fraudulent voters were for LOL
wow, 17 fraudulent votes. out of how many million cast?
post #58 of 560
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wow, 17 fraudulent votes. out of how many million cast?

They are the ones actually caught. The others got away with it - hence Obama is President.

Vote early and often is the Democrat way.
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They are the ones actually caught. The others got away with it - hence Obama is President.

Vote early and often is the Democrat way.

whatever. u r dumb.
post #60 of 560
Meister is not actually American. He comes from the land that shames women with small boobs, produces shit beer, and did even more horrific things to the native population than Americans.
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