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DrJEDunn

Conway, SC

#1 Aug 25, 2010
I might as well give some of you folks something to criticize.

President Obama is the very best president in my lifetime, and I go back the FDR!

And Jimmy Carter was the second best.

Obama needs no expanation, but Carter may.

Foriegn policy wise, Carter got Begin and Sadat to shake hands and make peace, and that is the ONLY thing which has prevented a massive war in the middle east ever since then.

Domestically things weren't so hot, but he had Senator Ted Kennedy stabbing him in the back EVERY step of the way!

You see, Bush was supposed to win a second term in 1976, and Kennedy didn't want to lose so he waited, but strange things happened in 1976: Carter won!

So in 1980 he opposed Carter, and the rest is history.

Dr. James E. Dunn
Robin Hood

Longs, SC

#2 Aug 25, 2010
As you readers who follow "Doctor D" can see, there is just no cure for stupidity. That is the kind of nut who voted for BHO.
Your nuts

Barnesville, OH

#3 Aug 25, 2010
Even if you are referring to Bush, Sr., he did not run for president until the the 80's. As far as best president, you must be out of your mind! Carter was a joke but his heart was in the right place. Obama is a joke but he knows he is screwing Americans and doesn't care.
Morons

Anderson, SC

#4 Aug 25, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
I might as well give some of you folks something to criticize.
President Obama is the very best president in my lifetime, and I go back the FDR!
And Jimmy Carter was the second best.
Obama needs no expanation, but Carter may.
Foriegn policy wise, Carter got Begin and Sadat to shake hands and make peace, and that is the ONLY thing which has prevented a massive war in the middle east ever since then.
Domestically things weren't so hot, but he had Senator Ted Kennedy stabbing him in the back EVERY step of the way!
You see, Bush was supposed to win a second term in 1976, and Kennedy didn't want to lose so he waited, but strange things happened in 1976: Carter won!
So in 1980 he opposed Carter, and the rest is history.
Dr. James E. Dunn
Hummm just what are you a Dr. of? I read a lot of your post Obama gets your #1 pick because he is black. You can try to sugar coat it any way you want but you know the truth. He is the most ignorant POTUS ever. Carter was the second worst president ever. The two of the are some kind of weird twin with Carter being the smartter of the two. Now go smoke some more of that wakkey weed you like smoke before you fire up the ol puter!

“Conservative not Republican”

Since: Mar 09

Myrtle Beach, SC

#5 Aug 25, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
I might as well give some of you folks something to criticize.
President Obama is the very best president in my lifetime, and I go back the FDR!
And Jimmy Carter was the second best.
Obama needs no expanation, but Carter may.
Foriegn policy wise, Carter got Begin and Sadat to shake hands and make peace, and that is the ONLY thing which has prevented a massive war in the middle east ever since then.
Domestically things weren't so hot, but he had Senator Ted Kennedy stabbing him in the back EVERY step of the way!
You see, Bush was supposed to win a second term in 1976, and Kennedy didn't want to lose so he waited, but strange things happened in 1976: Carter won!
So in 1980 he opposed Carter, and the rest is history.
Dr. James E. Dunn
In 1976 Cater beat Gerald Ford. Ford didn't have a chance, America was fed up with the Republican Party because of the Watergate scandal. A box of Doughnuts could have beat Ford in 1976. With regard to Barak Obama and Jimmy Carter, two worst presidents this country has ever elected to the office of president. I voted for Jimmy Carter and it only took about 18 months for him to Ruin the US economy, I regretted that vote ever since. It only took Barak about 12 months to destroy the economy, I was much wiser in 2008 than I was in 1976, needless to say Obama did not get my vote.

“Conservative not Republican”

Since: Mar 09

Myrtle Beach, SC

#6 Aug 25, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
So in 1980 he opposed Carter, and the rest is history.
Dr. James E. Dunn
The "history" you refer to is that Ronald Wilson Reagan was elected in 1980 by a landslide and re-elected by an even larger "landslide" margin in 1984. He was in the top five as greatest presidents in US "History"
Robin Hood

Longs, SC

#7 Aug 26, 2010
Turk: Your post recalled my vote in the Jimmy Carter election. I voted for Mr. Ford. Even though i was and am still a son of the south, and really wanted to see a southerner have his chance at the wheel. I knew even then Jimmy carter was not that man. My perception of him as weak and indecisive proved to be all too correct. As you say, he was ONE of the WORST Presidents in our history. On that subject, sadly, another southerner [ Lyndon Johnson ] a President by chance, turned out to be the first and worst socialist ever elected in America. He gave us the Great Society, just another chicken in every pot liar. Those two make the Yankee Presidents look pretty damn good.

“"Duty, honor, country"”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#8 Aug 26, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
I might as well give some of you folks something to criticize.
President Obama is the very best president in my lifetime, and I go back the FDR!
And Jimmy Carter was the second best.
Obama needs no expanation, but Carter may.
Foriegn policy wise, Carter got Begin and Sadat to shake hands and make peace, and that is the ONLY thing which has prevented a massive war in the middle east ever since then.
Domestically things weren't so hot, but he had Senator Ted Kennedy stabbing him in the back EVERY step of the way!
You see, Bush was supposed to win a second term in 1976, and Kennedy didn't want to lose so he waited, but strange things happened in 1976: Carter won!
So in 1980 he opposed Carter, and the rest is history.
Dr. James E. Dunn
Dr. Dunn, in the future I'd use spell check to catch the "expanation"s and "Foriegn"s in your post (I believe I saw somewhere that you were once a school board member, so you know how important that sort of thing can be in a learned discussion). You also might want to note that Gerald Ford ran against Carter in 1976. Bush was Director of Central Intelligence (CIA) throughout most of 1976 and ran for no political office. Inaccuracies and misspellings take away from your overall argument.

“Conservative not Republican”

Since: Mar 09

Myrtle Beach, SC

#9 Aug 27, 2010
Robin Hood wrote:
Turk: Your post recalled my vote in the Jimmy Carter election. I voted for Mr. Ford. Even though i was and am still a son of the south, and really wanted to see a southerner have his chance at the wheel. I knew even then Jimmy carter was not that man. My perception of him as weak and indecisive proved to be all too correct. As you say, he was ONE of the WORST Presidents in our history. On that subject, sadly, another southerner [ Lyndon Johnson ] a President by chance, turned out to be the first and worst socialist ever elected in America. He gave us the Great Society, just another chicken in every pot liar. Those two make the Yankee Presidents look pretty damn good.
All True, Robin, All True, Jimmy carter patted me on the head back in 1970 when he was running for governor of GA. I was 12 years old and my family was at the Rose Parade in Thomasville GA. Jimmy Carter drove a John Deere Tractor in the parade and was on the sidewalks "pressing the flesh" afterward. 6 years later he was running for president and I was a dumbass voting in my first presidential election without a clue...

I remember 21% home mortgage interest rates, I remember his removal of the Shah of Iran which solely and I can't stress that enough SOLELY led to the radical Islamic Iran that we are dealing with today. Carter will not quit either he acts as though he thinks he is still president, and even worse he is on the wrong side of every issue, in self appointed representation of the United States Gov. What an embarrassing fellow southerner. Makes Mark Sanford look like a genius.
DrJEDunn

Conway, SC

#10 Aug 28, 2010
Well, you think-your-always-rightwing ultra conservatives met my predictions!

DrJEDunn

“Conservative not Republican”

Since: Mar 09

Myrtle Beach, SC

#11 Aug 28, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
Well, you think-your-always-rightwing ultra conservatives met my predictions!
DrJEDunn
It is easy to make a correct prediction when you say something ridiculous and predict that people will shoot it down.

I predict that DrJEDunn will make more pro-liberal comments on TOPIX LOL. Seriously though Dr Dunn I appreciate that you are not snide and hateful in your comments, KUDOS for that.

“"Duty, honor, country"”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#12 Aug 28, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
Well, you think-your-always-rightwing ultra conservatives met my predictions!
DrJEDunn
What predictions did you make? That people would respond if you put poor spelling and inaccurate history in a post and tried to pawn it off as the truth? I don't think that you and Notradamus have a lot in common. In a public school, you would just recieve poor marks for not knowing facts and having errors in spelling and grammer, but on here you can certainly celebrate "getting people talking" by posting such remarks.
DrJEDunn

Conway, SC

#13 Aug 31, 2010
Downtown:

It is "No(s)tra..."

DrJED

“"Duty, honor, country"”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#14 Aug 31, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
Downtown:
It is "No(s)tra..."
DrJED
Thank you for correcting my mispelling of a dead "Foriegner's" name. That "expans" a lot about why Bush lost the 1976 election (NoStradamus isn't an easily spell checked word and us uneducated masses that weren't part of the school board have trouble anyway).

I noticed that you also didn't respond to my question about your predictions. Are they still a secret?
DrJEDunn

Conway, SC

#15 Sep 1, 2010
Predictions Downtown:

The Democrats will gain at least one senate seat this November, and Pelosi will hold the House Leadership.

DrJEDunn

“"Duty, honor, country"”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#17 Sep 1, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
Predictions Downtown:
The Democrats will gain at least one senate seat this November, and Pelosi will hold the House Leadership.
DrJEDunn
Got to admire you Dr. Dunn, you are not afraid to go WAY out on a limb when making a prediction. I can admire that.

“Conservative not Republican”

Since: Mar 09

Myrtle Beach, SC

#18 Sep 1, 2010
A guy goes into a bar, there's a robot bartender.
The robot says, "What will you have?"
The guy says, "Martini."
The robot brings back the best martini ever and says to the man,
"What's your IQ?" The guy says, "168."
The robot then proceeds to talk about physics,
space exploration and medical technology
The guy leaves, but he is curious...
So he goes back into the bar.
The robot bartender says, "What will you have?"
The guy says, "Martini."
Again, the robot makes a great martini gives
it to the man and says,
"What's your IQ?" The guy says, "100."
The robot then starts to talk about Nascar,
Budweiser and football.
The guy leaves, but finds it very interesting,
so he thinks he will try it one more time..
He goes back into the bar. The robot says,
"What will you have?"
The guy says, "Martini," and the robot brings
him another great martini.
The robot then says, "What's your IQ?"
The guy says, "Uh, about 50.."
The robot leans in real close and says,
"So, you people still happy you voted for
Obama?"

“"Duty, honor, country"”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#19 Nov 4, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
Predictions Downtown:
The Democrats will gain at least one senate seat this November, and Pelosi will hold the House Leadership.
DrJEDunn
Like I said Dr. Dunn, you went all in. I fear your prediction was a bit off...
DrJEDunn

Conway, SC

#20 Nov 5, 2010
You are correct, Downtown, but the Republican gains are in western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and Illinois; and many auto workers voted for them.

If the unemployment rate goes down in the next two years, and unless the House Republicans actually do something about it - instead of saying "No" all of the time - there is really very big trouble for them in 2012.

Moreover, the Republicans, and the TEA Party members, have got to pull together, or there will be real problems for the Radical Right during the next two years!

Dr. James E. Dunn
anakin

Charleston, SC

#21 Nov 5, 2010
DrJEDunn wrote:
You are correct, Downtown, but the Republican gains are in western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and Illinois; and many auto workers voted for them.
If the unemployment rate goes down in the next two years, and unless the House Republicans actually do something about it - instead of saying "No" all of the time - there is really very big trouble for them in 2012.
Moreover, the Republicans, and the TEA Party members, have got to pull together, or there will be real problems for the Radical Right during the next two years!
Dr. James E. Dunn
Why don't you run for Office?
Seriously?
You have to be better than what we have already.

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