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Old 05-30-2012, 10:07 AM   #16
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You try to ack smart but are very ignorant.

This is priceless.
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Old 05-30-2012, 10:09 AM   #17
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Well, compared to the "Romney cut some kid's hair 40 years ago", it's a good argument!
Touché.


At least the hair cutting incident was accurate based on witness testimony, the birther stuff isn't based off anything but wild conjecture.
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This is priceless.
I try to provide priceless moments.
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You show everyday how big of a dick head you really are. You try to act smart but are very ignorant.

I do act smart because I actually am. I am also a dickhead and I don't shy away from it. Self-acknowledgement is a prerequisite for self-education.


Instead of being on my nuts try to step out of the shadow and get edumacated.
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I do act smart because I actually am. I am also a dickhead and I don't shy away from it. Self-acknowledgement is a prerequisite for self-education.


Instead of being on my nuts try to step out of the shadow and get edumacated.
Well we agree on something.
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I do act smart because I actually am.
Then it's not an act.

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I am also a dickhead and I don't shy away from it. Self-acknowledgement is a prerequisite for self-education.
Are you sure you don't mean self-awareness?

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Instead of being on my nuts try to step out of the shadow and get edumacated.
Well, la-di-da Ms. Scarlett....

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Well we agree on something.
I am very agreeable.
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Then it's not an act.
Of course it isn't an act but some people will never acknowledged that.


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Are you sure you don't mean self-awareness?
No. To be aware is to recognize, to acknowledge is to recognize and let it be known that you recognize.
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Old 05-31-2012, 11:50 AM   #24
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lulz.

Ask a Birther: Are You Convinced by Mitt Romney's Birth Certificate? - Politics - The Atlantic Wire


Birthers are stumped on this one...lol



I love me some Jon Stewart. Donald Trump is such a clown.

Trump-o-Gram - The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 05/30/12 - Video Clip | Comedy Central
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Even Maureen Dowd beginning to turn?
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/03/op...=1&ref=opinion
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GM, she's the Sally Jenkins of the NYT. Big Hillary supporter, professional complainer.
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Even Maureen Dowd beginning to turn?
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/03/op...=1&ref=opinion
A few comments about this article.


I think Obama's biggest downfall has been not addressing the economy from the get-go. Instead, he chose to roll with a controversial health care plan for the US, which ultimately led to the Dems losing the house again. That wasn't the priority that should have been addressed, and this should have been something really that could have been addressed in his second term. This, and he's surrounded himself with idiots because he's rotating his staff at a alarming rate.

Bill isn't helping his wife's chances at being in office again. Wouldn't Hillary tell him to STFU? You'd think so.


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He wanted to get out of the corporate world he found so distasteful — he described himself as “a spy behind enemy lines” — and reimagine himself as a politician.
Ironic, because he's ended up a corporate patsy like all the other ones.


Thought the article was a good one to be honest.
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Old 06-04-2012, 10:03 AM   #28
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The Op was garbage and I'm not saying that just because I support the president. Nearly half of the article was spent promoting a soon to be released book trashing Obama dating back to his college years and time as a community organizer. How that is relevant in terms the past 3.5 years is beyond me.

Secondly, your timeline is off. The president did focus on jobs first. The Recovery Act, so called stimulus, was his first and major piece of economic legislation passed in Jan/09. It was nearly a year later when healthcare was passed. Nearly forty percent of the stimulus contained tax cuts to small businesses and 95% percent of Americans. CBO estimates that north of 5 million jobs can be attributed to the stimulus. Although it's hard to pin point an exact number.

Third, with the exception of Chief of Staff, I'm not sure what positions have been rotating at an alarming rate. On the foreign policy side, he it's been an even rotation and I would hardly call Bob Gates, Hillary Clinton, and Leon Panetta idiots. On the domestic side -- same Sec. Treasury since day one, Sec. of Labor, and Sec. of Transportation, Same AG, et al. Yes, they've burned through 3 Chief of Staffs, that's a lot in 3 years..although Rahm resigned to run for Mayor.
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Secondly, your timeline is off. The president did focus on jobs first. The Recovery Act, so called stimulus, was his first and major piece of economic legislation passed in Jan/09. It was nearly a year later when healthcare was passed. Nearly forty percent of the stimulus contained tax cuts to small businesses and 95% percent of Americans. CBO estimates that north of 5 million jobs can be attributed to the stimulus. Although it's hard to pin point an exact number.

Third, with the exception of Chief of Staff, I'm not sure what positions have been rotating at an alarming rate. On the foreign policy side, he it's been an even rotation and I would hardly call Bob Gates, Hillary Clinton, and Leon Panetta idiots. On the domestic side -- same Sec. Treasury since day one, Sec. of Labor, and Sec. of Transportation, Same AG, et al. Yes, they've burned through 3 Chief of Staffs, that's a lot in 3 years..although Rahm resigned to run for Mayor.
Maybe I should say, he didn't focus enough on the economy, especially when that was the biggest issue that needed to be deal with. Putting down legislation that would criminalize actions like we saw from Wall Street (and continue to see) would have been a great start and possibly tighter restrictions on loans given to them. In a perfect world, people wouldn't need their hand held, but we've seen greed become the common denominator here that requires the hand holding as to prevent our economy from doing another nose dive. Cut spending, close tax loopholes for rich and corporations, etc.....many other things needed before his Health Care Bill.

I should have clarified the "idiots' he's surrounding himself with. I wasn't referring to his whole staff. The point is, he has failed big time on the economy which is the single most important issue at hand here. Not Iran, not Afghan, not Iraq, but the economy.


I understand he needs help, and he has gotten exactly 0 help from the GOP crew. It's like those assholes are deliberately sabotaging him just so they can say LOOOK SEE!! HE"S BAD!! All the while they are the true culprits behind this.

Is there anyway we can split up our country into the GOP/Liberals? I'd be willing to move just to watch those idiots drive themselves into the ground spending all their money on military all the while their middle class gets snuffed out and basically end up slaves.
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Old 06-04-2012, 10:35 AM   #30
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Look, I've pretty much resigned myself the reality that Congress is what it is. The voters will and should hold the president accountable on November 6 regardless of the clear obstructionism we've witnessed over the past 3.5 years. I'm not here to make any excuses for Obama. He's a big boy, he signed up for this job, and he needs to put in more work to make this shit right. Period. Voters reward results, not good intentions.

That said, let's see where the economy is come November before we start pronouncing failure.
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