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10-05-2011, 05:17 PM #126
10-05-2011, 05:24 PM #127
I'm not a liberal btw. And I won't be voting for obama. I didn't vote for shrub and I won't vote for someone just as bad just better spoken and a different color.
10-05-2011, 05:33 PM #128
10-10-2011, 10:28 AM #129
The reports are not good, disturbing even. I have heard basically the same story four times in the last 10 days, and the people doing the talking are in New York and Washington and are spread across the political spectrum.
The gist is this: President Obama has become a lone wolf, a stranger to his own government. He talks mostly, and sometimes only, to friend and adviser Valerie Jarrett and to David Axelrod, his political strategist.
Everybody else, including members of his Cabinet, have little face time with him except for brief meetings that serve as photo ops. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner both have complained, according to people who have talked to them, that they are shut out of important decisions.
President Obama has become a lone wolf, a stranger to his own government.
The president’s workdays are said to end early, often at 4 p.m. He usually has dinner in the family residence with his wife and daughters, then retreats to a private office. One person said he takes a stack of briefing books. Others aren’t sure what he does.
If the reports are accurate, and I believe they are, they paint a picture of an isolated man trapped in a collapsing presidency.
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/a...#ixzz1aOh22OQlI've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
10-10-2011, 10:36 AM #130
Reagan worked relatively short hours, sometimes dozed off in meetings, and spent more time on vacations than any president in generations. But through most of his eight years in the White House, Reagan managed to appear energetic, resilient, even youthful—an image his outwardly rapid recovery from the 1981 shooting did much to reinforce. Later, his staff ensured that even his many vacations would seem evidence of his vigor. The most prominent images of Reagan at leisure consisted of pictures of him riding horses and chopping wood at his Santa Barbara ranch.
Reagan was never very interested in, or very well informed about, the details of governance; and his public statements often revealed a startling ignorance of his own policies and the actions of his subordinates. Just as he had while governor of California, he preferred to leave specific decisions to his advisers and to ratify compromises that they forged without him. Just as in California, he reveled in the ceremonial aspects of his job. And just as in California, he rigidly adhered to the daily schedule—a copy of which was neatly typed each day and placed on his desk in a silver frame—and rarely deviated from it. He took great pleasure in checking off meetings and events as he moved through the day.
10-10-2011, 03:24 PM #131I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
10-10-2011, 03:29 PM #132
10-10-2011, 05:20 PM #133
10-12-2011, 04:54 PM #134
Leaked cables show Japan nixed a presidential apology to Hiroshima and Nagasaki for using nukes to end the overseas contingency operation known as World War II.
Last edited by Downbound Train; 10-12-2011 at 05:08 PM.I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
10-12-2011, 04:58 PM #135
10-12-2011, 05:13 PM #136
I agree it is a constitutional right for Americans to be assholes...its just too bad that so many take the opportunity...iscariot
10-12-2011, 05:55 PM #137
10-14-2011, 05:09 PM #138
Nader's gonna steal the show.Hillshire Farm is sexy
Grab both cheeks and sink your teeth into the ass of life.
10-14-2011, 05:37 PM #139I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
10-14-2011, 05:38 PM #140
10-14-2011, 07:26 PM #141
The reason that no one credible in the GOP will run for POTUS is that Obama IS fuct.
Whoever is elected POTUS in the next term is fuct.
Hence Obama will be re-elected and we are all fuct.
Simple logic Captain Kirk.
10-24-2011, 04:03 PM #142
I think some here are forgetting how very very completely fuct Obama is irregardless.
So - bump.
10-24-2011, 04:07 PM #143I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
10-24-2011, 08:00 PM #144
Here's some food for thought:
October 21, 2011 12:35 PM
The incentive behind GOP obstructionism
By Steve Benen
At first blush, it’s tempting to think congressional Republicans are simply out of their minds to kill jobs bills during a jobs crisis. It seems insane — Americans are desperate for Congress to act; Americans overwhelmingly support bills like the one considered by the Senate last night; and yet GOP officials seem wholly unconcerned. Aren’t they afraid of a backlash?
Well, no, probably not. The reason probably has something to do with voters like Dale Bartholomew.
Now, my point is not to pick on one random voter quoted in an Associated Press article. He’s very likely a well-intentioned guy who’s simply frustrated with what’s going on in Washington. I certainly don’t blame him for that.
Consider, though, the significance of a quote like this one.
“If Romney and Obama were going head to head at this point in time I would probably move to Romney,” said Dale Bartholomew, 58, a manufacturing equipment salesman from Marengo, Ill. Bartholomew said he agrees with Obama’s proposed economic remedies and said partisan divisions have blocked the president’s initiatives.
But, he added: “His inability to rally the political forces, if you will, to accomplish his goal is what disappoints me.”
Got that? This private citizen agrees with Obama, but is inclined to vote for Romney anyway — even though Romney would move the country in the other direction — because the president hasn’t been able to “rally the political forces” to act sensibly in Washington.
That is heartbreaking, but it’s important — Republicans have an incentive, not only to hold the country back on purpose, but also to block every good idea, even the ones they agree with, because they assume voters will end up blaming the president in the end. And here’s a quote from a guy who makes it seem as if the GOP’s assumptions are correct.
It’s hard to say just how common this sentiment is, but it doesn’t seem uncommon. The public likes to think of the President of the United States, no matter who’s in office, as having vast powers. He or she is “leader of the free world.” He or she holds the most powerful office on the planet. If the president — any president — wants a jobs bill, it must be within his or her power to simply get one to the Oval Office to be signed into law.
And when the political system breaks down, and congressional Republicans kill ideas that are worthwhile and popular, there’s an assumption that the president is somehow to blame, even if that doesn’t make any sense at all. Indeed, here we have a quote from a voter who is inclined to reward Republicans, giving them more power, even though the voter agrees with Obama — whose ideas (and presidency) Republicans are actively trying to destroy.
As Greg Sargent, who first flagged the quote in the AP article, explained: “Voters either don’t understand, or they don’t care, that the GOP has employed an unprecedented level of filibustering in order to block all of Obama’s policies, even ones that have majority public support from Dems, independents and Republicans alike. Their reaction, in a nutshell, seems to be: The Obama-led government isn’t acting on the economy? Obama can’t get his policies passed? Well, he must be weak.”
The challenge for the president isn’t to teach Civics 101 to the populace; that would take too long. The task at hand is communicating who deserves credit for fighting to make things better, and who deserves blame for standing in the way.
Because if voters who agree with Obama are inclined to vote for Republicans because Republicans are blocking Obama’s ideas, then not only is 2012 lost, but the descent of American politics into hysterical irrationality is complete.
Steve Benen is a contributing writer to the Washington Monthly, joining the publication in August, 2008 as chief blogger for the Washington Monthly blog, Political Animal.
10-24-2011, 09:12 PM #145
Food for thought is supposed to require some thought.
The writer of that article is delusional. You thought it was worthy of posting which makes you delusional too.
Repubs oppose Obama because he's trying to crater America as a country. Obama's ideas should have been on the scrap heap of history long ago but sadly, the liberal educational system and media keep giving it credibility by lying about history to dupes like you.
There is NOTHING Obama has ever proposed that would not end in a net loss of employment and a sicker economy.I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
10-25-2011, 02:10 PM #146
Barry gotta git dat MONEY!!!!
President Barack Obama’s new senior campaign adviser is a longtime Wall Street lobbyist, and has the potential to damage the president’s aspirations to appeal to the protesters currently “occupying” New York City’s Zuccotti Park.
Obama’s new adviser, Broderick Johnson, has an extensive history of lobbying for big banks and corporations, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. In 2007, he lobbied for JP Morgan Chase and in 2008 Johnson lobbied for Bank of America and Fannie Mae.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/10/25/ob...#ixzz1bpHVRU8t
BUT IT'S DA REPUBLICANS WHO ARE IN BED WITH WALLSTREET!! NOT BARRY!!!
Barry so fuct.
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11-04-2011, 08:28 PM #147
Ohhhhh soooooo Fuct....
November 4, 2011 7:20pm
WH rejects subpoena request for Solyndra docs byPhilip Klein Senior Editorial WriterFollow on Twitter:@PhilipAKleinPresident Obama's attorney sent a letter to Congressional investigators on Friday, saying the White House would not cooperate with a subpoena requesting documents related to its doling out a $535 million loan guarantee to now bankrupt solar panel manufacturer Solyndra.
Guilty of something we are.I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
11-05-2011, 03:29 PM #148
Hope Obama didn't plan on winning Missouri ...
Cards Snubbed By Obama? No Traditional White House Call Following Game 7 Win.
Ohhhhhhh Sooooooooo Fuct....I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
11-22-2011, 08:44 AM #149
Russian News anchor flips off Obama...Classic.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhESd...layer_embeddedI've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
11-22-2011, 11:22 PM #150Registered User
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