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  1. NEPatriot

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    TheHill.com - Obama in L.A.: 'You ain't seen nothing yet'

    I can't wait!:singing::singing:
     
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    This is either the 19th or 20th thread you have started about Obama on this page alone, it think that there are about 60 per page.. so you have engrandized yourself about 33% of the time.. better hope that Homeland Security is not watching too closely, they might call of this some strange form of obsession.. might upgrade you to the "red" list.. we all know what happens then.
     
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    He has a man crush on him :D
     
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    Don't you want to know how wonderful job Obama has done to this country?
     
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    Most of us will reserve judgement and try to hold back until more work is seen, not a daily blow by blow reminder of every thing negative.. as efin said, maybe you have a man crush on him.. kissee.. kissee..
     
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    #75 Jersey

    Imagine yourself as a wizard with the power to change anything.

    Who (alive) would you want to be president in place of Obama tomorrow?
     
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    Belichick or Kraft are the only two possible replacements.
     
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    You won't really know what he has done for or to the country until well after he leaves office. Policies can take years until they show any impact especially ones involving the economy...
     
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    obama is a scary dude. If this is just the beginning, man, I can't imagine the long term hurt.
     
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    I don't see any real long term hurt that he is doing that wasn't done eight years ago when Enron and the other fraud based companies fell apart...he's digging us into a hole but it is the same hole that Bush dug before him when the economy tanked on him.
     
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    I'm not going to defend Bush, I'm no fan of his. But obama has already quadrupled the deficit and that with optimistic projections. When they add in national healthcare and cap and trade . . . wow.
     
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    Is there anything that we need to see when Obama declared the banruptcy of US?

    You are right. We still see how we are going to PAY for all of IT. It's going to be a longggggggggggggggggggg time.
     
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    While he is in the office, you continue praising him even though he fcks up. You didn't wait for Bush to leave his office BEFORE criticizing him constantly.

    Your point is well-taken.:rolleyes:
     
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    I've seen enough. He's a way left liberal, from his SC choice to his spending, there's nothing left to see. He is what he is, you like what he is now or you don't but he's not going to change. No judgment needs to be reserved.
     
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    If he is a WAY LEFT LIBERAL....


    what would you call Bush and Cheney.....and have you ever heard of a pendulum?
     
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    Why do you have hard time accepting that Obama is full of sh!t and a pathetic and incompetent liar?

    If you can't have a conclusion AFTER seeing what he has done in 5 months, why do you need to wait to have one in 2012? What are you going to say then? The same thing that I say right now?
     
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    I don't fully agree but I'm not going to start discussion Bush again. This is about obama who is a full blown crazed liberal and will be looked back at with scorn by most. The only question is how much damage he'll do.
     
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    I just don't think he is as FAR LEFT liberal, as you do.

    he is certainly closer to the center than Bush and Cheney. But in their case, we have to wait for HISTORY to judge them. In the case of Obama, we can judge him after 5 months.... then predict disater.



    riiiiiiight. (said like Dr. Evil)
     
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    obama has shown his true self right from the get go. Which is what he was elected to do, I guess. It won't be pretty, though, when his optimistic economic forecasts don't happen and he has to explain away an even bigger deficit.

    "Um, uh, it's, um, still uh, Bush's fault".
     
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    well, this financial mess isn't ALL Bush's fault, but a lot of the policy that went on during his presidency lead to this. Look into the ownership society.

    After being a supporter of Obama, I'd say he hasn't strayed too far from what he said he was going to do when elected. The Bush presidency, and lack of public support of his policies...mixed with results... spawned the Obama agenda. You can't talk about the current policy without recognizing why its happening.

    I'll mark your prediction, thats about all we can do. The future will hold what it holds, and we can comment on it then.

    Until then, I'll hope Obama succeeds, our nation depends on it. The signs point to the recession/depression slowing by the end of the year.....but I also read about consolidation of banks...and signs of a single currency, and I don't like that AT ALL. Will one happen, both or none?


    the future will tell us.
     
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