<quoted text>Ok slow your roll Orly Taitz. You have issues way worse then Obama being President.
#122607 Nov 2, 2012
...let's see if you can say that on Nov 7th.
#122608 Nov 2, 2012
Bilbo? Lame. I know what treason is and apparently you don't. dumbazz
#122609 Nov 2, 2012
Why doesn't Little Barry borrow a ton of money from China as he did to help that cesspool Haiti?.....I would rather my grand kids pay for their own than a cesspool that delivers human trafficking and drug trade... Just a thought.... Things that make ya go hummmmm
#122610 Nov 2, 2012
Please learn the difference between then and than! dumbazzes
#122611 Nov 2, 2012
I was gonna say the same thing.
#122612 Nov 2, 2012
How much campaign money has Oblama put towards the victims of hurricane Sandy?
For that fact how much time has he spent down there with the visitors of the hurricane before he rushed off to campaign in Vegas?
Yah, what kind of individual is he you brain dead, obot zealot, loony left, twit?
#122613 Nov 2, 2012
How about Your POTUS bowing to Saudi Royals and apologizing for the USA's arrogance ... I could go on till the next election about the embarrassing and cowardly things Your POTUS has done...So Shut Off about "cowardness" which BTW is not a word
#122614 Nov 2, 2012
Drivers Waiting 6 Hours For Gas in NYC...
Tempers Rise in Wake of Storm...
'Finding bodies left and right'...
Restaurant, hotel prices skyrocket...
CHUCK SCHUMER CONFRONTED:'We Are Gonna Die!'
CRAIGSLIST:$15 a gallon...
Utility workers pelted with eggs...
'We have nothing'...
Residents Furious RED CROSS Offering Cookies & Hot Chocolate, Not Blankets Or Clothes...
Jet Fuel Supply Fast Becoming Concern At Airports...
Staten Islanders Plead for Help:'We Need Food'...
'Please don't leave us'...
VIDEO: Stranded New Yorkers Defecating in Apartment Buildings...
NJ counties enact 70s style gas rationing... Developing...
also, fraudulent documents, forgery, treason...
Benghazi- letting our guys die without even trying to help them when they were all begging for help...
doing practically nothing in 4 years in office but play golf and campaigning...
state of the union speech was nothing but a campaign speech
hardly gave any press conferences in 4yars, none in the last year...
4 years of campaigning...
upset and ruined all of our trust by our allies...
bowed to kings from other countries...and our enemies...
called people names constantly while in office this year...
refused to meet with Congress the entire 4 years on anything...
re-decorated the Oval Office to look like a cheap sheiks' crib for a harem of belly dancers...
spent hundreds of millions of vacations, buses, trips...
spent a $BILIONS on bankrupt projects like green energy and solar...
bailed out the banksters to the tune of $Trillions that are now for you to pay the bill for their gift that you never asked for...
failed to protect homeowners at all with the bailouts...
gave $TRILLIONS to the banks for foreclosures which they caused, then refused to make the banks lend it back out. Banks enriched themselves and bought up everything they crashed, and gave themselves record bonuses with our money, that WE have to now pay for for generations...
reduced our military dramatically...
overturned whole countries in the middle east that are now on fire...
got our Ambassador killed and our troops and did not care when they got in trouble and let them die....
then lied about it for weeks...a massive coverup that even if he is re-elected will take him out for sure...
angered our military, who might turn on him now...
Fast & Furious coverup exactly mirrors Benghazi and his dozens of lawsuits to keep the public from finding out what is on his records...
has put our military men in jail for suing to get access to his records...
went to Vegas while our guys died...
went to Vegas with the entire eastern coast is decimated and people are starving and dying of cold...
could not pass his budget, was stricken down 99-0 by his own party...
caused the most massive loss of democrat seats in the House in 78 years in 2010 as people were fed up with him for doing nothing for half his term...this will continue and get worse for him in 3 short days when he will be thrown out of office in a landslide...
the list goes on and on...
Now obama wants your vote to keep from getting thrown out of office in 3 days. He thinks he is entitled to remain in office for another 4 years, and maybe forever rather than to bear the shame of his horrific record in office.
Who in here is ready to VOTE?
#122615 Nov 2, 2012
#122616 Nov 2, 2012
700 reasons to defeat Obama
The hour is late.
The most important presidential election in American history is right around the corner.
I only have 700 words to make my case for defeating Barack Obama, so I will dispense with adjectives and verbs and just provide a partial list of things to remember before you go to the polls – or to motivate you to go to the polls and vote for Mitt Romney.
Benghazi. Egypt. Syria. Libya. Iran. Bowing to Saudi king. The apology tour. The Muslim Brotherhood. Illegal foreign contributions to his campaign. Fast and Furious.
Bill Ayers, Jeremiah Wright. Van Jones. Anita Dunn. Czars. Abortion mandate. Obamacare. Debt. Joblessness. Audits of political enemies. His anti-business and anti-capitalist policies. His assaults on civil liberties and the Constitution. His faith in Big Government and statism. His stimulus policies. His top-down interference in the marketplace. His track record of diverting taxpayer money to his donors. His job-killing regulations. His executive orders. His plans for more forced redistribution of wealth both domestically and internationally. 3.6 million more on disability insurance. 110 million on welfare.
His lies. His character. His secrecy. His lawlessness. His hyper-partisanship. His divisiveness. His misguided priorities.
Hate-crimes laws. His support for same-sex marriage. His promotion of abortion on demand – including for reasons of sex selection. His support of infanticide.
Massive cuts in defense. His plan for a “civilian national security force” funded at the same level of the U.S. military.
His attacks on due process.
“You didn’t build that.” Falling wages. 47 million on food stamps. In 2009 the economy was generating $13.2 trillion in wealth annually. After borrowing $6 trillion, the economy is generating $13.6 trillion. Good investment? His promise to cut the deficit in half. His agreement that if the economy was not better after four years, he would be a one-term president.
“Green energy” scam. Climate-change fairy tales.
Only half of America paying taxes. Yet, even considering that fact, the average American must work 107 days just to make enough money to pay local, state and federal taxes.
When Obama took office in 2009, the average price for a gallon of gas was $1.85. The average American household spent $4,155 on gasoline during 2011. At the same time, the real median household income has declined by $4,300 since Obama entered the White House.
The poverty rate in the U.S. is 22 percent.
An average of 23 manufacturing facilities permanently shut down in the United States every single day during 2010.
30 percent of unemployed Americans have been out of work for 52 weeks or longer. 48 percent of all Americans are either considered to be “low income” or are living in poverty. 49.1 percent of all Americans live in a home where at least one person receives benefits from the government. And this is Obama’s constituency! This is his base.
Last year, 53 percent of all U.S. college graduates under the age of 25 were either unemployed or underemployed. Student loan debt is at $1 trillion.
95 percent of the jobs lost during the last recession were middle-class jobs. America is losing 500,000 jobs to China every single year. The national debt is rising by more than $2 million every single minute. 88 million working-age Americans are not employed and are not looking for employment – an all-time record high.
The U.S. national debt has risen $6 trillion since Obama took office. In his first three years in office, Obama added more to the national debt than the first 41 presidents combined.
And the biggest reason of all to defeat Obama next Tuesday is this: You ain’t seen nothing yet. If Obama created this disaster in his first four years, what will he do in his second four years when he is unaccountable for re-election?
As they say, fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
#122617 Nov 2, 2012
#122618 Nov 2, 2012
this was from WND- Guru
#122619 Nov 2, 2012
source: for the WND article above: The 700....
it wouldn't fit in the 4000 character limit.
#122620 Nov 2, 2012
lol...you pal.. you need attention?
#122621 Nov 2, 2012
How Far Obama Has Fallen
From historic figure to beleaguered incumbent in less than four years.
By PEGGY NOONAN
So where are we? A softly catastrophic storm left us, in the Northeast, shocked at the depth and breadth of its power to destroy. Everyone who could be was hunkered down Monday waiting it out, and at first we hoped it might not be as bad as we'd been warned, because we'd all seen higher wind and harder rain. But the waters rose and wouldn't stop, breaching dunes, overwhelming barriers, filling the tunnels and subways like a bathtub, as somebody said on TV. It was—is—a true crisis. So far, our political leaders have done pretty well. But the hard part will be from here on in—getting things up and operating again without the original adrenaline rush.
Democratic pollster Doug Schoen on Mitt Romney's path to victory, and how the hurricane might affect turnout. Photo: Associated Press
New York's mayor, Mike Bloomberg, was sterling—a solid, unruffled giver of information whose news conferences were blessedly free of theatrics save for his gifted sign-language interpreter, who wowed a city and left the young evacuees in my apartment furiously signing "Where's the coffee?" and "I think the baby needs to be changed." Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey was his usual compelling self, similarly informative. This is a man who knows a levee from a berm. He is one tough red-state player on a blue-state field. If Mitt Romney loses, will Mr. Christie garner Republican criticism for his hearty embrace of President Obama just days before the election? Yes, he will. Will it hurt him in Jersey? Not a bit. Will it help Jersey? Yes. They are cold and wet and running out of food in the house. Keep your friends close and your president closer.
The "I" of the storm was New York's Democratic governor, Andrew Cuomo. He was equally competent and effortful but took the mildly hectoring tone of a kind of leftism that is now old. It involves phrases like "As I've long said." I think this is the worst and I was appalled and when I was at HUD I handled storms and I learned a great deal and I saw we were prepared and I am relieved and I will work hard and I need you to know global warming is what I told you it was.
The winning politicians of the future will not be all about I. People don't like it. They don't want to have to wade past the ego to the info.
Which gets us to Tuesday. No one knows what will happen. Maybe that means it will be close, and maybe it doesn't. Maybe a surprise is in store. But the fact that Barack Obama is fighting for his political life is still one of the great political stories of the modern era.
Look at where he started, placing his hand on the Bible Abe Lincoln was sworn in on in 1861. It was Jan. 20, 2009. The new president was 47 and in the kind of position politicians can only dream of—a historic figure walking in, the first African-American president, broadly backed by the American people. He won by 9.5 million votes. Two days after his inauguration, Gallup had him at 68% approval, only 12% disapproval. He had a Democratic Senate, and for a time a filibuster-proof 60 members. He had a Democratic House (256-178) with a colorful, energetic speaker. The mainstream media were excited about him, supportive of him.
His political foes were demoralized, their party fractured.
He faced big problems—an economic crash, two wars—but those crises gave him broad latitude. All of his stars were perfectly aligned. He could do anything.
And then it all changed. At a certain point he lost the room.
Books will be written about what happened, but
#122622 Nov 2, 2012
"...early on the president made two terrible legislative decisions. The stimulus bill was a political disaster, and it wasn't the cost, it was the content. We were in crisis, losing jobs. People would have accepted high spending if it looked promising. But the stimulus was the same old same old, pure pork aimed at reliable constituencies. It would course through the economy with little effect. And it would not receive a single Republican vote in the House (three in the Senate), which was bad for Washington, bad for our politics. It was a catastrophic victory. It did say there was a new boss in town. But it also said the new boss was out of his league.
Then health care, a mistake beginning to end. The president's 14-month-long preoccupation with ObamaCare signaled that he did not share the urgency of people's most immediate concerns—jobs, the economy, all the coming fiscal cliffs. The famous 2,000-page bill added to their misery by adding to their fear.
Voters would have had to trust the president a lot to believe his program wouldn't raise their premiums, wouldn't limit their autonomy, wouldn't make a shaky system worse.
But they didn't trust him that much, because they'd just met him. They didn't really know him.
You have to build the kind of trust it takes to do something so all-encompassing.
Peggy Noonan's Blog
Daily declarations from the Wall Street Journal columnist.
And so began the resistance, the tea-party movement and the town-hall protests, full of alarmed independents and older Democrats. Both revived Republicans and, temporarily at least, reunited conservatives.
Why did the president make such mistakes? Why did he make decisions that seemed so unknowing, and not only in retrospect?
Because he had so much confidence, he thought whatever he did would work. He thought he had "a gift," as he is said to have told Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. He thought he had a special ability to sway the American people, or so he suggested to House Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
But whenever he went over the heads of the media and Congress and went to the people, in prime-time addresses, it didn't really work. He did not have a magical ability to sway. And—oddly—he didn't seem to notice.
It is one thing to think you're Lebron. It's another thing to keep missing the basket and losing games and still think you're Lebron.
And that really was the problem: He had the confidence without the full capability. And he gathered around him friends and associates who adored him, who were themselves talented but maybe not quite big enough for the game they were in. They understood the Democratic Party, its facts and assumptions. But they weren't America-sized. They didn't get the country so well.
It is a mystery why the president didn't second-guess himself more, doubt himself. Instead he kept going forward as if it were working.
He doesn't do chastened. He didn't do what Bill Clinton learned to do, after he took a drubbing in 1994: Change course and prosper.
Mr. Obama may yet emerge victorious. There are, obviously, many factors in every race. Maybe, as one for instance, the seriousness of the storm has sharpened people's anxieties—there are no local crises anymore, a local disaster is a national disaster—so that anxiety will leave some people leaning toward the status quo, toward the known.
Or maybe, conversely, they'll think he failed to slow the oceans' rise.
We'll know soon.
Whatever happens, Mr. Obama will not own the room again as once he did. If he wins, we will see a different presidency—even more stasis, and political struggle—but not a different president. "
#122624 Nov 3, 2012
Barone: Going out on a limb: Romney beats Obama, handily
November 2, 2012 | 4:58 pm
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Fundamentals usually prevail in American elections. That's bad news for Barack Obama. True, Americans want to think well of their presidents and many think it would be bad if Americans were perceived as rejecting the first black president.
But it's also true that most voters oppose Obama's major policies and consider unsatisfactory the very sluggish economic recovery -- Friday's jobs report showed an unemployment uptick.
Also, both national and target state polls show that independents, voters who don't identify themselves as Democrats or Republicans, break for Romney.
That might not matter if Democrats outnumbered Republicans by 39 to 32 percent, as they did in the 2008 exit poll. But just about every indicator suggests that Republicans are more enthusiastic about voting -- and about their candidate -- than they were in 2008, and Democrats are less so.
That's been apparent in early or absentee voting, in which Democrats trail their 2008 numbers in target states Virginia, Ohio, Iowa and Nevada.
The Obama campaign strategy, from the beginning, has recognized these handicaps, running barrages of early anti-Romney ads in states that Obama carried narrowly. But other states, not so heavily barraged, have come into contention.
Which candidate will get the electoral votes of the target states? I'll go out on a limb and predict them, in ascending order of 2008 Obama percentages -- fully aware that I'm likely to get some wrong.
Indiana (11 electoral votes). Uncontested. Romney.
North Carolina (15 electoral votes). Obama has abandoned this target. Romney.
Florida (29). The biggest target state has trended Romney since the Denver debate. I don't see any segment of the electorate favoring Obama more than in 2008, and I see some (South Florida Jews) favoring him less. Romney.
Ohio (18). The anti-Romney auto bailout ads have Obama running well enough among blue-collar voters for him to lead most polls. But many polls anticipate a more Democratic electorate than in 2008. Early voting tells another story, and so does the registration decline in Cleveland's Cuyahoga County. In 2004, intensity among rural, small -town and evangelical voters, undetected by political reporters who don't mix in such circles, produced a narrow Bush victory. I see that happening again. Romney.
Virginia (13). Post-debate polling mildly favors Romney, and early voting is way down in heavily Democratic Arlington, Alexandria, Richmond and Norfolk. Northern Virginia Asians may trend Romney. Romney.
Colorado (9). Unlike 2008,...
#122625 Nov 3, 2012
"...registered Republicans outnumber registered Democrats, and more Republicans than Democrats have voted early. The Republican trend in 2010 was squandered by weak candidates for governor and senator. Not this time. Romney.
Iowa (6). The unexpected Romney endorsements by the Des Moines Register and three other newspapers gave voice to buyer's remorse in a state Obama carried by 10 points. Democrats' traditional margin in early voting has declined. Romney.
Minnesota (10). A surprise last-minute media buy for the Romney campaign. But probably a bridge too far. Obama.
New Hampshire (4). Polls are very tight here. I think superior Republican intensity will prevail. Romney.
Pennsylvania (20). Everyone would have picked Obama two weeks ago. I think higher turnout in pro-coal Western Pennsylvania and higher Republican percentages in the Philadelphia suburbs could produce a surprise. The Romney team evidently thinks so too. Their investment in TV time is too expensive to be a mere feint, and, as this is written, Romney is planning a Sunday event in Bucks County outside Philly. Wobbling on my limb, Romney.
Nevada (6). Democratic early-voting turnout is down from 2008 in Las Vegas' Clark County, 70 percent of the state. But the casino unions' turnout machine on Election Day re-elected an unpopular Harry Reid in 2010, and I think they'll get enough Latinos and Filipinos out this time. Obama.
Wisconsin (10). Recent polling is discouraging for Republicans. But Gov. Scott Walker handily survived the recall effort in June with a great organizational push. Democrats depend heavily on margins in inner-city Milwaukee (population down) and the Madison university community. But early voting is down in university towns in other states. The Obama campaign is prepared to turn out a big student vote, but you don't see many Obama signs on campuses. Romney.
Oregon (7), New Mexico (5), New Jersey (14). Uncontested. Obama.
Michigan (16). Romney chose Pennsylvania, where there's no auto bailout issue. Obama.
Bottom line: Romney 315, Obama 223. That sounds high for Romney. But he could drop Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and still win the election. Fundamentals.
Since: Jan 12
#122626 Nov 3, 2012
Ummm. You do realize that Obama is the President and the Storm was Sandy. I think you got it backwards, not surprising looking at the intelligence of your posts. Obviously the guy you're voting for has an (R) by his name. If you vote with the brain you post here, you'll probably screw that up too.
Since: May 10
#122627 Nov 3, 2012
Naw, no politics there. Maybe a little liberal slant but no politics there.
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