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  1. Wat?
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    30 Jan '13 13:53
    Is that how Americans view Obama?

    -m. 😛
  2. Dublin Ireland
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    30 Jan '13 14:02
    Originally posted by mikelom
    Is that how Americans view Obama?

    -m. 😛
    You'll have to qualify that statement.
  3. Wat?
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    30 Jan '13 15:01
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    You'll have to qualify that statement.
    It begins with 'Q'.

    -m. 😉
  4. Standard memberhakima
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    30 Jan '13 19:47
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    You'll have to qualify that statement.
    I agree. There are so many things I'm sure Mr. Obama does in a single day. I dare say that Americans will find at least one that he is qualified to do.
  5. Standard membersasquatch672
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    31 Jan '13 06:39
    He's what I expected.

    I'm not disappointed in him. I'm disappointed for and in America, but I'm not disappointed in him. He's exactly who I expected him to be.
  6. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    31 Jan '13 07:17
    Originally posted by sasquatch672
    He's what I expected.

    I'm not disappointed in him. I'm disappointed for and in America, but I'm not disappointed in him. He's exactly who I expected him to be.
    Sasquat and Gump got it rightReveal Hidden Content
    and the Election took place while Main Street slept.

















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  7. Subscriberdivegeester
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    31 Jan '13 07:24
    I find it curious that the same 'America' who wail over the tightening of gun laws citing the Constitution in every other breath, is the same America who bleat incessantly about a man who was twice elected under the democratic process which is carved from and upheld by the very same Constitution.
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    31 Jan '13 07:26
    Originally posted by divegeester
    I find it curious that the same 'America' who wail over the tightening of gun laws citing the Constitution in every other breath, is the same America who bleat incessantly about a man who was twice elected under the democratic process which is carved from and upheld by the very same Constitution.
    He was democratically, constitutionally elected. He was just a terrible choice.
  9. Subscriberdivegeester
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    31 Jan '13 07:35
    Originally posted by sasquatch672
    He was democratically, constitutionally elected. He was just a terrible choice.
    The evidence indicates that you are incorrect
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    31 Jan '13 07:46
    Originally posted by divegeester
    The evidence indicates that you are incorrect
    Which evidence? That unemployment is exactly the same as when he took office? Or that the debt has expanded by $10 trillion under his presidency? Or, that four American diplomats were abandoned to die while under attack in Libya? Perhaps that the Constitution of the United States - the very Bill of Rights that the Founding Fathers went out of their way to pass - is under assault like it has never been? Or, that US citizens are targeted in drone attacks, which completely defeats "no person shall be denied property, liberty or life without due process"? Or that the free market that has driven the world economy for the last sixty years is terrified to invest because of government regulation?

    Which evidence were you talking about?
  11. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    10 Feb '13 15:55
    Originally posted by sasquatch672
    He was democratically, constitutionally elected. He was just a terrible choice.
    Reflecting an uninformed electorate.
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    10 Feb '13 16:31
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    Reflecting an uninformed electorate.
    Or an informed electorate that disagrees with your tea party dogma.
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    10 Feb '13 17:16
    Originally posted by divegeester
    I find it curious that the same 'America' who wail over the tightening of gun laws citing the Constitution in every other breath, is the same America who bleat incessantly about a man who was twice elected under the democratic process which is carved from and upheld by the very same Constitution.
    The real problem is that the two choices (rep & dem) were both lousy and there wasn't even a note worthy Independent to consider
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    11 Feb '13 15:272 edits
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    and the Election took place while Main Street slept.
    Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me???

    Main Street was obviously wide awake during the election that renounced the Wall Street guy. Main Street turned out in droves because they didn't want to see yet another President driven by Wall Street values. The 99% have spoken, like it or not.
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    11 Feb '13 15:30
    Originally posted by sasquatch672
    Which evidence? That unemployment is exactly the same as when he took office? Or that the debt has expanded by $10 trillion under his presidency? Or, that four American diplomats were abandoned to die while under attack in Libya? Perhaps that the Constitution of the United States - the very Bill of Rights that the Founding Fathers went out of their ...[text shortened]... errified to invest because of government regulation?

    Which evidence were you talking about?
    All side issues designed to distract the 'man in the street' and make him wonder if their choice was the right one. You can tell because these issues are all Limbaugh and Hannity talk about.
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