Obama Worship Syndrome

Los Angeles, CA

#54936 Dec 11, 2013
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL! I'm like Santa Clause: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =8g1TtJqHY_sXX
Believing that every poster you disagree with is Dan the Man is a primary symptom of Dan the Man Derangement Syndrome.
And these wingnuts have DTMDS baaaaaad!
LMAO!
..........

Obama Worship Syndrome

"Obama Worship Syndrome."

Primarily affecting low-information voters and members of the mainstream media,

Obama Worship Syndrome attributes impossible capabilities to Obama's political opponents, finds excuses for every Obama failure in everyone around him and praises the president as the finest politician

— nay, human being

— of our time.

- See more at: http://cnsnews.com/commentary/ben-shapiro/oba...
obama success story

Los Angeles, CA

#54937 Dec 11, 2013
Health Care Sign-ups Fall Well Short of Projections
December 11, 2013 - 11:05 AM

California, which is running its own program, led the nation,

with more than 107,000 signups.

Oregon, also running its own market, had the lowest total, with just 44 people enrolled.

Florida was the leader among states with federally run markets, with nearly 18,000 signups.

- See more at: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/health-care-s...
Obama Nation

West Mifflin, PA

#54938 Dec 11, 2013
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL! I'm like Santa Clause: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =8g1TtJqHY_sXX
Believing that every poster you disagree with is Dan the Man is a primary symptom of Dan the Man Derangement Syndrome.
And these wingnuts have DTMDS baaaaaad!
LMAO!
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
HAAAAAAAA!!
Obama Money

West Mifflin, PA

#54939 Dec 11, 2013
Obamacare

West Mifflin, PA

#54940 Dec 11, 2013
Santa Obama

West Mifflin, PA

#54941 Dec 11, 2013
Obama Xmas song

West Mifflin, PA

#54942 Dec 11, 2013

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#54943 Dec 11, 2013
I didn't know Ray Stevens was a rightwing extremist teabagger. Thanks for the heads up.
Barack O Claus

West Mifflin, PA

#54944 Dec 11, 2013
Barack O

West Mifflin, PA

#54949 Dec 11, 2013
Obama says he needs 7 million people signing up for obamacare by Mar 14, 2014 ( healthy people ) to pay for the elderly and sick people.
What if he doesnt get his 7 million? Say he only gets 3 million..........now what? The website suggests very bad numbers so far.

Anyone?
D Cheney

West Mifflin, PA

#54953 Dec 11, 2013
13 Benghazis That Occurred on Bush’s Watch Without a Peep from Fox News ????

The Republican inquisition over the attacks against Americans in Benghazi has never really gone away, but it appears as though in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing and the House Oversight Committee’s Benghazi hearings this week there’s renewed psycho-histrionics over Benghazi.

Lindsey Graham and Fox News Channel in particular are each crapping their cages over new allegations from an alleged whistleblower, while they continue to deal in previously debunked falsehoods about the sequence of events during and following the attacks. Fox News is predictably helming the biggest raft of hooey on the situation — turning its attention to Hillary Clinton in an abundantly obvious early move to stymie her presidential run before it even begins.

So I thought I’d revisit some territory I covered back in October as a bit of a refresher — especially since it appears as if no one, including and especially the traditional press, intends to ask any of these obnoxious, opportunistic liars about why they’re so obsessed by this one attack yet they entirely ignored the dozen-plus consulate/embassy attacks that occurred when George W. Bush and Dick Cheney were allegedly “keeping us safe.”

Looky here:

http://thedailybanter.com/2013/05/13-benghazi...
Condi R

West Mifflin, PA

#54954 Dec 11, 2013
Republicans and the Benghazi Hearings: They Didn't Complain About Bush and All the Terrorist Attacks on Diplomats Under His Watch ?????

What do these numbers and countries mean?

In 2002 Karachi, Pakistan; 2004, Uzbekistan; 2004, Saudi Arabia; 2006, Syria; 2007, Athens; 2008, Serbia; 2008, Yemen.

No, it's not a puzzle, but given the current nature of our political discourse, the story behind it will no doubt puzzle you.

Listed above are the years and countries where United States' Embassies were attacked under our previous commander-in-chief, George W. Bush. I found this to be quite revealing given the all out "hair on fire" witch hunt that is currently taking place amongst conservative pundits and Republicans in Congress over the embassy attack in Benghazi, Libya last year. Now, I will be the first to say that even one person killed in an attack on our embassies is too many, but the fact that seven (count 'em SEVEN!) embassies were attacked and many people killed under the previous Republican administration and we heard nary a word of dismay is more than puzzling, it's downright unbelievable!

Now where does the Republican hero of heroes stand on the attack meter? There were three embassy attacks during Ronald Reagan's presidency, two in 1983 - Beirut (more than 60 killed including 17 Americans) and Kuwait - and one in 1987 in Italy.

In fact, history shows that each of the presidents of the past few decades have had to deal with embassy attacks and bombings. For some reason, I don't ever recall there being so much unrest following an attack as there is now under President Obama.

Read more here:

http://truth-out.org/buzzflash/commentary/ite...
Condi R

West Mifflin, PA

#54955 Dec 11, 2013
NSA leaker Edward Snowden damaged the “security of the country,” former President George W. Bush said in an interview that aired Monday.

Bush did not directly say whether he thinks Snowden can be labeled a “traitor” but said he knows the country has been hurt as a result of the leaks.

Bush also defended the surveillance program, which began during his administration after Sept. 11, saying the programs guarantee civil liberties are protected.

“I put the program in place to protect the country and one of the certainties is civil liberties were guaranteed,” Bush said.

He went on to say there needs to be a balance between security and privacy when protecting the country.“I think there needs to be a balance, and I think as the president explained there’s a proper balance,” he said.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/07/edward-...

Since: Nov 13

Location hidden

#54956 Dec 11, 2013
Who's the Ben Ghazi guy you all keep talking about?
Condi R

West Mifflin, PA

#54957 Dec 11, 2013
And if there is anyone who knows something about damaging America's security it's George W. Bush.
Colin P

West Mifflin, PA

#54958 Dec 11, 2013
oh good - let's hear from the world's most recognizable living international WAR CRIMINAL... really?

Bush's travel options are fairly limited at this point himself. Should he show his criminal face in certain countries - he will be arrested for War Crimes and has already been found 'guilty' in absentia, in at least one international war tribunal. He's already had to cancel trips due to actions taken to ensure his arrest. True story. You won't see it in the controlled US media though. Worth looking up online however.

Bush is responsible for the deaths of over one million people in Iraq alone - a nation which never posed any threat to the US or its allies. His war plan and agenda were in place prior to 9/11 and he knew he was lying to the people of the world about the fallacy of his "case" for waging a 'preemptive' war of aggression on a sovereign nation. His family made a lot of money over it though. A lot!
Barry

West Mifflin, PA

#54962 Dec 11, 2013
Colin P wrote:
oh good - let's hear from the world's most recognizable living international WAR CRIMINAL... really?
Bush's travel options are fairly limited at this point himself. Should he show his criminal face in certain countries - he will be arrested for War Crimes and has already been found 'guilty' in absentia, in at least one international war tribunal. He's already had to cancel trips due to actions taken to ensure his arrest. True story. You won't see it in the controlled US media though. Worth looking up online however.
Bush is responsible for the deaths of over one million people in Iraq alone - a nation which never posed any threat to the US or its allies. His war plan and agenda were in place prior to 9/11 and he knew he was lying to the people of the world about the fallacy of his "case" for waging a 'preemptive' war of aggression on a sovereign nation. His family made a lot of money over it though. A lot!
George W. Bush, War Criminal, Is Not Welcome in Europe

Swiss law requires the presence of an alleged torturer on Swiss soil before a preliminary investigation can be open. Because Bush canceled, the complaints could not be filed as the basis for legal jurisdiction no longer existed. However, the fact that Bush authorized torture remains … In the long run, ducking a charge of torture is not as easy as ducking a shoe thrown at a press conference.

http://www.andyworthington.co.uk/2011/02/15/g...
Karl R

West Mifflin, PA

#54964 Dec 11, 2013
Dec. 10, 2013 5:21 PM

It's No Milk Run for the GOP in 2016
Karl Rove is mistaken in thinking the GOP will have a relatively easy election n in 2016.



Regarding Karl Rove's "The First Steps to the 2016 GOP Nomination" (Dec. 5): Mr. Rove sees the Republican nominee's path to the White House as a smooth one, given that likely Democratic candidates will be unable "to escape the mounting rubble of the Obama presidency."

President Obama won re-election last year despite having the worst economic record of an incumbent president in modern history. There is no sign that he or most Democrats in Congress are ready to accept the "mounting rubble" narrative and play defense. The Democrats in the Senate voted to change the filibuster rules so they could ignore Republicans and advance the president's agenda. In addition, the president just announced that he will focus his attention now on income inequality, and began by calling for a substantial increase in the national minimum wage. His poor economic policies may produce a higher pile of rubble by 2016, but they will also secure the allegiance of those voters who overlooked the rubble of 2012 and chose another four years of government growth and assistance.

Electoral math isn't in the GOP's favor in 2016. Conservative voters crave a nominee who lives, breathes, filibusters and votes for individual rights and works to check the threat of an unchecked state on personal rights, freedom and prosperity. A Republican nominee who runs on a road-tested message but a mixed bag of deeds and expects GOP machinery and funds to plow through the rubble of the Obama presidency in 2016 is very likely to be watching the 2017 inauguration on television.

Read more here:

http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB1000142...
Karl R

West Mifflin, PA

#54965 Dec 11, 2013
I watched John Boehner on the news tonight talking about how the House Republicans have been focused on "fixing the economy and creating jobs" for the past year. I almost threw up.
Karl R

West Mifflin, PA

#54966 Dec 11, 2013
You have it backwards. The Republicans have given everything but the kitchen sink to big business. It was actually 2006 that things began to fall apart. Bush vetoed virtually everything Democrats came up with to fix the mess. Bush finally caved late in 2008 when the economy was in free fall. It takes several years for economic policy to take effect barring any major changes. The stimulus package Obama implemented stopped the economic free fall in it's tracks. Bush's last budget ran an annual deficit of 1.2 trillion dollars a year. Republicans have blocked every attempt at a budget that protected the little guy and made the rich pay a fairer share. There is not a single Republican budget that does not attempt to take more from those who don't have enough to live on while throwing more money at millionaires and billionaires. Republicans are protecting abusive tax breaks for the wealthy while cutting food stamps and health care from the poor. Democrats have voted to keep tax breaks for the average worker while Republicans have insisted on eliminating the tax break on withholding. It is Republicans who have refused to extend unemployment benefits for those who lost their jobs primarily because of their laissez faire capitalist policies. Those same policies have nearly destroyed our financial system two times. The first time was in the 1920s and the latest was the recession in 2007. The stock market has nearly always performed better when a Democrat is president despite the fact that it has been Republicans who mainly give tax breaks to millionaires and billionaires. As for individual rights, please explain how the GOP can claim they promote individual rights when the most conservative judges on the supreme court do not believe in a Right to Privacy or in the rights mentioned in the 9th amendment which guarantees individual rights not enumerated in the constitution?

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