barack obama- the blamer-in-chief

barack obama- the blamer-in-chief

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hunky77

Akron, OH

#1 Sep 20, 2012
Barack Obama has become America’s blamer-in-chief.
He and his administration spent last weekend blaming the explosion of violence against America in the Middle East on a moronic anti-Muhammad video that’s been on YouTube for months.
His United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice made the rounds of the Sunday morning news shows, where she made an absolute idiot of herself.

Apparently auditioning for the secretary of state job in — God forbid — a second Obama administration, Rice insisted that the “spontaneous” Islamic rage that killed our ambassador in Libya and three other Americans was caused not by the failures of her boss but by an amateur movie made by some nut in California.
This tragic episode once again proves that the incompetence of this president is not limited to the home front, where the economy stagnates and deficits and gas prices soar.
In the Middle East, Obama and his Chicago Gang have confused our friends and emboldened our enemies with a foreign policy that has been a mix of ineptness, appeasement, and naivete.
Remember when Obama boasted in Cairo that the Muslim world was going to fall in love with the USA because it had just elected a president who had generations of Muslims in his ancestry?
Boy, the Muslims in Libya and Egypt sure have a strange way of showing their love for America.
Obama’s cowering reaction to the Middle East crisis — and his refusal to man-up and act like the president of the United States — begs the question:“What would Ronald Reagan do?”
My dad knew how good the nuts in California were at making bad movies. But he certainly would never have blamed a motion picture or a trailer on YouTube for what’s going on in the Middle East.
When the Marine barracks were blown up in Lebanon in 1983, Ronald Reagan didn’t blame it on anyone else.
He accepted responsibility for the Marines dying. But he also used the event to come on TV and talk to the American people and explain why it was so important for us to be in the Middle East.
What did this president do when our invaluable Libyan ambassador Chris Stevens was assassinated in a well-planned attack by Muslim extremists? He went to Vegas for a fundraiser event and made another political speech.
Being president of the United States is not about being a good guy to play hoops with, or to have a cold beer with — it’s about being able to take a position of leadership when trouble comes.
It means standing up for American values like the freedom of speech, not apologizing for them. And it means standing up for our policies in the Middle East, not throwing them overboard whenever they are challenged.
President Obama is a glaring sign of the absolute weakening of America. You might call what he has been doing “The Wussification of the White House.”
But blaming what happened in Libya and Egypt on a YouTube trailer is not just cowardly, it’s absurd. Next week, Obama will be blaming the 1992 Disney movie “Aladdin” for inciting Muslim mobs to burn down KFC stores or kill Americans.
Mr. President, when trouble came our way, my father manned up. It’s time for you to do the same.“Let’s roll.”

“Don't quibble Sybil!”

Since: May 09

Trailer Park, USA

#2 Sep 20, 2012
As Jay says......."it is self evident."
hunky77

Akron, OH

#3 Sep 21, 2012
The television ads in Pakistan feature clips of President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton during press appearances in Washington in which they condemned the video. Their words were subtitled in Urdu.


“We absolutely reject its content and message,” said Clinton in the advertisement.
A caption on the ad reads:“Paid Content.”
The advertisements end with the seal of the American Embassy in Islamabad, the Pakistani capital.
Yes, taxpayers pick up the bill for an otherwise useless waste of money.

U.S. Embassy advertisements condemning an anti-Islam video appeared on Pakistani television on Thursday in an attempt to undercut anger against the United States, where the film was produced. Hundreds of youths, however, clashed with security officials as they tried in vain to reach the embassy in Islamabad amid outrage in many countries over the film’s vulgar depiction of the Prophet Muhammad.
The ads reflected efforts by the U.S. government to distance itself from the video in a country where anti-American sentiment already runs high. Violence linked to the movie has left at least 30 people in seven countries dead, including the American ambassador to Libya. Two people have died in protests in Pakistan.
In recent days, the decision by a French satirical magazine to release cartoons crudely depicting the prophet has added to the tension, as may the upcoming issue of the German satirical magazine Titanic. The magazine’s co-editor Martin Sonneborn said it was up to readers to decide whether the cover of an Arab wielding a sword actually depicts the Prophet Muhammad.
State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said the ad was produced by the embassy, which spent $70,000 to air the 30-second spot on seven Pakistani television stations. Pakistan is the only country where the ads are running. The embassy wanted to run the ads because it determined that the messages of Obama and Clinton were not reaching enough of the Pakistani public through regular news reporting, Nuland said.
So let’s get this straight: The State Department spent seventy grand of taxpayer money to have the Secretary of State and the President of the United States apologize for a film they “allegedly” had nothing to do with. Well it’s nice to know our money is being spent so wisely by Hussein and his administration as they continue to apologize for someone simply exercising their First Amendment rights, instead of reprimanding those who have been attacking the U.S. embassy there in Pakistan.

trader and thief
blamer and chief
lier and thief
partier of the people
no money no food no houses
no jobs....

dance barack dance, sing barack sing... f the usa he says damn THE USA

YOUR F I R E D !
hunky77

Akron, OH

#4 Sep 21, 2012
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MIAMI, Fla.- President Obama today said his failure to push comprehensive immigration reform as promised was the biggest failure of his first term but blamed Republicans in Congress for the lack of progress.
Seeeking to appeal to Latino voters at a Univision News forum, the president explained "when we talked about immigration reform in the first year, that's before the economy was on the verge of collapse, Lehman Brothers had collapsed, the stock market was collapsing, and so my first priority was making sure that we prevented us from going into a Great Depression."
In 2008, then-candidate Obama told Univision's Jorge Ramos, who anchored today's event with Maria Elena Salinas, "what I can guarantee is that we will have in the first year an immigration bill that I strongly support and that I'm promoting. And I want to move that forward as quickly as possible."
Today, Ramos repeatedly pressed Obama to acknowledge he had not kept that promise. "I don't want to get lost in translation," Ramos said in Spanish. Today's forum was conducted in Spanish and the questions translated for the president. "You promised… And a promise is a promise. And with all due respect, you didn't keep that promise.”

"I am happy to take responsibility for the fact that we didn't get it done," Obama said. "But I did not make a promise that I would get everything done a hundred percent when I was elected as president.
What I promised was that I would work every single day as hard as I can to make sure that everybody in the country, regardless of who they are, what they look like, where they come from, that they would have a fair shot at the American dream. And that promise I kept.”

party, golf, travel to the enemy countries, golf , hit hoops, sing, dance. Be on T.V. shows every week. I JUST WANT TO “PARTY"

The president placed blame squarely on Republicans. "I confess I did not expect - and so I'm happy to take responsibility for being naive here - that Republicans who had previously supported comprehensive immigration reform - my opponent in 2008, who had been a champion of it and who attended these meetings - suddenly would walk away. That's what I did not anticipate," he said, singling out Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.
"We initiated the meetings, had a series of meetings. And what we could not get was a single Republican, including the 20 who has previously voted for comprehensive immigration reform, to step up and say, we will work with you to make this happen," Obama continued. Asked about the biggest mistake of his first term, the president relented. "As you remind me, my biggest failure so far is we haven't gotten comprehensive immigration reform done, so we're going to be continuing to work on that," he admitted.

BULL SHIT BARACK>>>>>> BULL SHIT, lier lier your damn pants are on fire.
hunky77

Akron, OH

#5 Sep 21, 2012
Obama today said his failure to push comprehensive immigration reform as promised was the biggest failure of his first term but blamed Republicans in Congress for the lack of progress.
Seeeking to appeal to Latino voters at a Univision News forum, the president explained "when we talked about immigration reform in the first year, that's before the economy was on the verge of collapse, Lehman Brothers had collapsed, the stock market was collapsing, and so my first priority was making sure that we prevented us from going into a Great Depression."
In 2008, then-candidate Obama told Univision's Jorge Ramos, who anchored today's event with Maria Elena Salinas, "what I can guarantee is that we will have in the first year an immigration bill that I strongly support and that I'm promoting. And I want to move that forward as quickly as possible."
Today, Ramos repeatedly pressed Obama to acknowledge he had not kept that promise. "I don't want to get lost in translation," Ramos said in Spanish. Today's forum was conducted in Spanish and the questions translated for the president. "You promised… And a promise is a promise. And with all due respect, you didn't keep that promise."
"I am happy to take responsibility for the fact that we didn't get it done," Obama said. "But I did not make a promise that I would get everything done a hundred percent when I was elected as president. What I promised was that I would work every single day as hard as I can to make sure that everybody in the country, regardless of who they are, what they look like, where they come from, that they would have a fair shot at the American dream. And that promise I kept."
The president placed blame squarely on Republicans. "I confess I did not expect - and so I'm happy to take responsibility for being naive here - that Republicans who had previously supported comprehensive immigration reform - my opponent in 2008, who had been a champion of it and who attended these meetings - suddenly would walk away. That's what I did not anticipate," he said, singling out Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.
"We initiated the meetings, had a series of meetings. And what we could not get was a single Republican, including the 20 who has previously voted for comprehensive immigration reform, to step up and say, we will work with you to make this happen," Obama continued. Asked about the biggest mistake of his first term, the president relented. "As you remind me, my biggest failure so far is we haven't gotten comprehensive immigration reform done, so we're going to be continuing to work on that," he admitted.
BULL shit barack, bull shit. YOUR pants are on fire.
funny

Akron, OH

#6 Sep 21, 2012
VIDEO

hunky77

Akron, OH

#7 Sep 21, 2012
The Obamas Have a Major Conflict on the Night of Their 20th Anniversary

The President and First Lady on their wedding day.
On October 3, Michelle and President Barack Obama will celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. But this election season's first Presidential debate has thrown a major wrench in any celebratory plans - it'll take place that very night in Denver, CO.
"I learned yesterday - just yesterday [of the date]. I was like really, really? The first presidential debate is on my 20th anniversary?" the First Lady told Access Hollywood. But she's taking it in stride: "All I said was,'At least we'll be together.'"

Related: Couple Receives a Surprise Wedding Gift From President Obama
The couple, currently campaigning separately, will meet up in Denver for the debate and celebrate in their own way.
"I'll see him right before and I'll watch him on stage," she said. "I'll give him a kiss after the debates and [say],'Happy Anniversary.'
"I'm going to make him write it on his hand.'Love you, honey' so that when he waves, it makes 'I love you honey,'" she added.

“AND HE’LL WHPE HIS ASS WITH THAT HAND AND HE BETTER NOT WASH IT OFF.. SHIT OR HONEY, SHIT HONEY 20 years of living on the down low.....
THEY are really out of touch with this country. They really should just be movie star’s. Then in a few short months they will be drug induced crack ad-dick’s. lol
Jay

Akron, OH

#8 Sep 21, 2012
Our position has not changed.
hunky77

Akron, OH

#9 Sep 22, 2012
President Obama Lies to Univision About Operation Fast and Furious

Yesterday, Univision reporter Jorge Ramos did the job the American press won’t do by asking Barack Obama tough questions, including questions on the topic of Fast and Furious. Obama of course tried to dodge the question by falsely citing Fast and Furious as starting under the Bush Administration. In reality, Fast and Furious was initiated in September 2009 and was carried out starting in October 2009, well into President Obama’s first term. From the Univision interview:

Ramos: Shouldn’t Attonrey General Eric have known about that and if he didn’t shouldn’t you fire him?


Obama:“THE BLAMER AND THIEF “I think it’s important for us to understand that the Fast and Furious program was a field-initiated program begun under the previous administration. When Eric Holder found out about it, he discontinued it. We assigned a inspector general to do a thorough report that was just issued, confirming that in fact Eric Holder did not know about this, that he took prompt action and the people who did initiate this were held accountable.”

Obama:“Eric Holder has my complete confidence.”

Lier lier your pants on fire.....
Sadam

Anaheim, CA

#10 Sep 22, 2012
Find that WMD yet, repuke????

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