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    Obama is a sociopath. His drug is his ego! Obama will use anything to win again. He had van jones come out and say that republicans want to kill babies. He cant run on the economy, jobs, unemployment, gas prices, foreign policy, nothing. He will use race and voter fraud to try to win the election.
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    As opposed to Mitt Romney.

    Nice. :D
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    - Dow 13K

    - Bin Laden, Ghadafi, Somali pirates (twice) and (just tonight) the leader of the USS Cole attack

    - Saved the US auto industry

    But you slept the past 3 years, so yeah, "nothing". :D

    BTW, nice misleading and incomplete thread title. Misdirection is all you can go on.
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    Don't put words in my mouth ...

    Romney is not the President so it is what it is.
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    He's RUNNING for President, and this thread's (misleadingly general) title intimates that Arianna Huffington is "siding" with him in general.

    So, YES, it IS up for comparison. Romney is certainly relevant to this.

    You didn't make the statement in a vacuum. You made it in the context that there is a two man race.

    C'mon, Icy, I expect that from Kddppatsfans but you're better than that.
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    The thread is about Obama ... come on now ... even you should understand this. Romney in this thread is a deflection from the topic at hand.

    That is taking a side on an issue .... thread title is accurate so I get it ... deflection mode ... :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
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    "Romney in this thread is a deflection from the topic at hand."?????

    He is IN THE THREAD TITLE.


    It's a two man campaign. A thread about siding with one over the other and a comment is made that one "has no conscience or soul ... he is driven by politics ... it's his drug." while the other one is known (not the least of which, by his OWN campaign manager) as the "Etch a Sketch" - - then yes, it automatically deserves to be pointed out.

    I will respectfully agree to disagree with your point on relevance.

    And to your original post about "Obama has no conscience or soul ... he is driven by politics ... it's his drug."......please tell me the last President of the USA of whom that could not be said. Eisenhower?
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    That is about a week old...

    If you follow Huffington Post, many days they voice displeasure with Obama, and are still considered left.. that is called an opinion.

    Compare to blog of the right.. Gateway, Red State or any of the others, and if they deviated from the propaganda they are told to spew they fear the loss of readership.

    The left often disagrees with Obama, but that is ok.. if the right disagrees with their flavor of the week they are labeled RINO... capiche????
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    With very few exceptions, the only people who object to the ad are Romney supporters, meaning that the ad is making it ridiculous for them to use the anti-Democratic meme that the Democrats are weak on terrorism. The ad is effective, in large parts thanks to statements by Bush and Romney. The Republicans, in fact, are weak on terrorism. Hard for them to believe that, but to believe that they'd have to take some personal responsibility.
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    Exactly.

    W. was very weak on terrorism. Nobody talked a bigger game, though. As a Texan, he was all hat and no cattle.

    Obama doesn't mess around, he just gets results.
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    LOL.

    For months, I've been ripping Obama, and calling it an unforgivable lapse of Presidential responsibility, for ignoring Simpson-Bowles.

    Does that make me a DINO? :D
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    Yeah, and had any other person been elected, the same exact sh1t would have happened.

    He is certainly not unique...
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    So you're saying that it doesn't matter who we elect - that no matter who is president the exact same things happen?
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    Contended all along that Obama could give everyone in this country a 12 ounce tax free ingot of gold, and people would whine and bytch why it was not a 16 ounce ingot.. a lot nauseating that their anger and vitriol, cannot acknowledge that a good job has been done in certain areas.. and that this country was in a terrific mess when he took over..

    These are the same rumpswabs who bowed the altar of all things George for 8 years.. blind to reality. They are also quick to forgive him for leading us to a crusade in Iraq, which bankrupted this country..
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    Hmmmm......REALLY???????????????

    That was what you were predicting 3 years ago????????

    Everyone here read your posts and your predictions about the direction of the economy then.

    How 'bout you think before typing? Try it out.
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