Obama won't be re-elected for Preside...

Obama won't be re-elected for President of the USA

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“Byte into an Apple”

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#1 Aug 27, 2012
I already know this...I won't like my new boss..
notlocal

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#2 Sep 3, 2012
BROvahqueen wrote:
I already know this...I won't like my new boss..
The President is not your boss. He is first, your protector and secondly our employee.

But, no, you won't like him, unless it's Obama, because you have already closed your mind. Too bad. It will limit you.

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#3 Sep 4, 2012
You must be stupid. You obviously don't know anything. Why won't you go and mind your own business? Vieja estupida...

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#5 Sep 4, 2012
Most Americans get it
There was a lot to clean up after the last Republican president

A LOT

“Byte into an Apple”

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#6 Sep 4, 2012
The world can only hope most American's get it. Everyone is in danger with Romney in power.
nd the accomplishments continue despite the Republican party of No.

1. Saved the banks
2. Brought the stock market from 6,500K to 13,000K
3. Saved GM and a million jobs
4. Repealed DADT
5. Ordered a Mini Dream Act
6. Created 4.3 million jobs (more than GWB in his 8 years)
7. 27- straight months of private-sector job growth
8. Passed Healthcare
9. Ended the war in Iraq
10. Drawing down from Afghanistan
11. Doubled the Number of Border Security Agents
12. Appointed First Hispanic Justice
13. Kept America Safe
14. Passed Financial Reform
15 Passed a Credit-Card Bill of Rights
16. Passed Equal Pay for Women
17. Killed OBL
18. Added Eight-years of solvency to Medicare
19. Seniors saving million on prescription drugs
20. Millions more with health insurance
21 Record number of deportations of illegals

Bin Ladin's dead and the auto industry's alive.

Bush couldn't figure out which country attacked us; Romney thought we should let Detroit die.
Let me ask you libs a question. If Obama had 4 more years, would he THEN be responsible for the economy? If the republicans suddenly become bipartisan then the answer would be yes.

There used to be a time when the Republicans were honourable and respectful, and actually had some decent ideas about how to run a country.

But not anymore. Extremist, ultra right conservative ideas are NOT suited to run a 21st century country. Maybe in the 18th century America, but not anymore.

Until the fundamentals of the Republican Party changes back to it's original and respected form, then the Democratic Party is the only safer option.

Therefore Obama 2012.
notlocal

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#8 Sep 4, 2012
BROvahqueen wrote:
You must be stupid. You obviously don't know anything. Why won't you go and mind your own business? Vieja estupida...
No, much to your chagrin, I'm not stupid.(Go look up the definition of 'chagrin')

You make a post, anyone can answer it. I'm truly sorry I did. It's like waking a sleeping snake.

“I gots muh toofs in”

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#9 Sep 4, 2012
Yuh iz rite! I thinks.
Silver7

Oklahoma City, OK

#10 Sep 5, 2012
Obama is finished. He failed because he lacked the basic skills and attitude to do the job. He is the worst President ever popularly elected.

America needs to do an about face and run back to the way it was designed; free and unencumbered by legislation.

Why would a nation built on such a perfect document as the Constitution turn it's back on that document and reach for Marxism? The Democratic party is a Marxist entity and is the antithesis of what this nation was built on.

Obama = FAIL
Silver7

Oklahoma City, OK

#11 Sep 5, 2012
BROvahqueen wrote:
The world can only hope most American's get it. Everyone is in danger with Romney in power.
nd the accomplishments continue despite the Republican party of No.
1. Saved the banks
2. Brought the stock market from 6,500K to 13,000K
3. Saved GM and a million jobs
4. Repealed DADT
5. Ordered a Mini Dream Act
6. Created 4.3 million jobs (more than GWB in his 8 years)
7. 27- straight months of private-sector job growth
8. Passed Healthcare
9. Ended the war in Iraq
10. Drawing down from Afghanistan
11. Doubled the Number of Border Security Agents
12. Appointed First Hispanic Justice
13. Kept America Safe
14. Passed Financial Reform
15 Passed a Credit-Card Bill of Rights
16. Passed Equal Pay for Women
17. Killed OBL
18. Added Eight-years of solvency to Medicare
19. Seniors saving million on prescription drugs
20. Millions more with health insurance
21 Record number of deportations of illegals
Bin Ladin's dead and the auto industry's alive.
Bush couldn't figure out which country attacked us; Romney thought we should let Detroit die.
Let me ask you libs a question. If Obama had 4 more years, would he THEN be responsible for the economy? If the republicans suddenly become bipartisan then the answer would be yes.
There used to be a time when the Republicans were honourable and respectful, and actually had some decent ideas about how to run a country.
But not anymore. Extremist, ultra right conservative ideas are NOT suited to run a 21st century country. Maybe in the 18th century America, but not anymore.
Until the fundamentals of the Republican Party changes back to it's original and respected form, then the Democratic Party is the only safer option.
Therefore Obama 2012.
This is the biggest steaming pile of pony loaf ever excreted outside of the Democratic National Convention. Nothing but spin and falsehoods.
notlocal

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#12 Sep 6, 2012
Silver7 wrote:
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This is the biggest steaming pile of pony loaf ever excreted outside of the Democratic National Convention. Nothing but spin and falsehoods.
Hey, Silver, remember we're on for that party and asdf is on the hook for a keg!
Wonder what the dems will step in today? Ah, I'll be so glad when it's NOv. 7th.
Jud Fry

United States

#13 Sep 6, 2012
I'm sorry I just can't vote for anyone who belongs to a cult. Even rich folks must have to ask themselves which is more vile?, the gop or the koch bros.

“Byte into an Apple”

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#15 Sep 6, 2012
And before SOMEONE starts giving out the incorrect information on the voting date of Election Day. IT IS NOT NOVEMBER 7. Election Day in the United States of America is the Tuesday following the first Monday in November. It can fall on or between November 2 and November 8. If you look at your calender the correct day IS NOVEMBER 6. Just an FYI.
Tunaboat

Montgomery, AL

#17 Sep 6, 2012
After doing some research, Clinton with all the jobs he created and all the deregulation his policies brought forth in bipartisan with the republicans during the 90's is what started our down fall. G.W. Bush left those policies in place. with 9-11 not helping the natl budget and no oversight of the Clinton era deregulation is what brought what Obama stepped into. During the Bush era it was a democratically controlled senate and house. During the Obama era it was a total democratic controlled senate and the last two years republicans gained control of the house. with that said Obama has no one to blame but the house and senate for his no nothing term. Obama wasn't qualified to lead a troop of boy scout's when he was elected and has proven it every since.
notlocal

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#18 Sep 6, 2012
Tunaboat wrote:
After doing some research, Clinton with all the jobs he created and all the deregulation his policies brought forth in bipartisan with the republicans during the 90's is what started our down fall. G.W. Bush left those policies in place. with 9-11 not helping the natl budget and no oversight of the Clinton era deregulation is what brought what Obama stepped into. During the Bush era it was a democratically controlled senate and house. During the Obama era it was a total democratic controlled senate and the last two years republicans gained control of the house. with that said Obama has no one to blame but the house and senate for his no nothing term. Obama wasn't qualified to lead a troop of boy scout's when he was elected and has proven it every since.
Tuna, you are entirely correct. Bill Clinton rode into office on the benefits and cash on hand from Reaganomics.

Then he and his administration deregulated the lending institutions and everyone and anyone could get a 105% mortgage (closing costs included). Most of them where adjustable rate mortgages (APR), so after the first couple years, their payment went up. And the rates then were high in comparision to today. Now, most of those folks are 'underwater'.

Job creation was at an all time high because there was so much cash around and salaries were high.

Clinton's presidency ended with $ still in the coffers, but not as much as Reagan had left. Clinton did some good things, added work to welfare, moved to the center and worked with republicans.

The only thing that pisses me off about his time in office is that he allowed our embassy, the USS Cole and a nightclub our military frequented to be bombed, service men and women killed, and did not answer it with our military might. Reagan or Bush Sr. would have retaliated swiftly and thoroughly. Look what Sr. Bush did when Iraq invaded Kuwait.

George Bush was elected. He tried twice to have the lending regulations reinstated but could not get it past the democratic house.

Then on 9/11/01 we were attacked on our soil. The one day the country came together and I don't think it has since.

I still think we do the right thing by fighting terrorism no matter where it takes us.

Then the housing bubble burst, construstion came to a screeching halt, taking along with not just those jobs, but millions of other jobs that are construction related.

My Lord, WAWA and other convience stores lost millions of income just in morning coffee sales.

And the market dropped 700 points in one day. And then further. Maybe because of no confidence in the incoming president?

Maybe we had to bail out the banks in the last two months of Bush's term, and Obama nad Biden sat in on that decision although they were not sworn in yet, but I was then and still am now totally against the misspent money that went into the stimulus and gained us nothing.

I understand job creation, small business and taxing. I think Romney knows how to put millions back to work and a rather quick turn around can be expected.

If he gets elected. I just saw the meanest political ad ever for Obama. It had a voice over about Romney and Ryan stepping on the middle class, while showing a screen of children and seniors lying on the floor with two sets of feet steppin on and over them.

How low is this country going to go with what it will put up with?
R U Serious

Scottsville, KY

#19 Sep 6, 2012
Jud Fry wrote:
I'm sorry I just can't vote for anyone who belongs to a cult. Even rich folks must have to ask themselves which is more vile?, the gop or the koch bros.
"Jud Fry" asks, "which is more vile?, the gop or the koch bros."

Jud, I think the question mark goes at the end of the question.

The most vile is some lazy doofus sitting on the couch, drinking beer, eating fritos, watching Oprah, while living on welfare and foodstamps and voting for Obama.
Silver7

Oklahoma City, OK

#20 Sep 6, 2012
notlocal wrote:
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Tuna, you are entirely correct. Bill Clinton rode into office on the benefits and cash on hand from Reaganomics.
Then he and his administration deregulated the lending institutions and everyone and anyone could get a 105% mortgage (closing costs included). Most of them where adjustable rate mortgages (APR), so after the first couple years, their payment went up. And the rates then were high in comparision to today. Now, most of those folks are 'underwater'.
Job creation was at an all time high because there was so much cash around and salaries were high.
Clinton's presidency ended with $ still in the coffers, but not as much as Reagan had left. Clinton did some good things, added work to welfare, moved to the center and worked with republicans.
The only thing that pisses me off about his time in office is that he allowed our embassy, the USS Cole and a nightclub our military frequented to be bombed, service men and women killed, and did not answer it with our military might. Reagan or Bush Sr. would have retaliated swiftly and thoroughly. Look what Sr. Bush did when Iraq invaded Kuwait.
George Bush was elected. He tried twice to have the lending regulations reinstated but could not get it past the democratic house.
Then on 9/11/01 we were attacked on our soil. The one day the country came together and I don't think it has since.
I still think we do the right thing by fighting terrorism no matter where it takes us.
Then the housing bubble burst, construstion came to a screeching halt, taking along with not just those jobs, but millions of other jobs that are construction related.
My Lord, WAWA and other convience stores lost millions of income just in morning coffee sales.
And the market dropped 700 points in one day. And then further. Maybe because of no confidence in the incoming president?
Maybe we had to bail out the banks in the last two months of Bush's term, and Obama nad Biden sat in on that decision although they were not sworn in yet, but I was then and still am now totally against the misspent money that went into the stimulus and gained us nothing.
I understand job creation, small business and taxing. I think Romney knows how to put millions back to work and a rather quick turn around can be expected.
If he gets elected. I just saw the meanest political ad ever for Obama. It had a voice over about Romney and Ryan stepping on the middle class, while showing a screen of children and seniors lying on the floor with two sets of feet steppin on and over them.
How low is this country going to go with what it will put up with?
Great explanation of the history of this mess. I too wonder what Americans will put up with. Obama is desperate to look forward and put his past behind him, and run Romney/Ryan down. Obama knows what he will do if reelected and it nothing like he says publically. Just like last time.

I'm off on the 7th. I'll be up late drinking Jim Beam 7 and snacking on homemade grilled chicken nachos.(I'm also buying a bottle of champaign with hopes of a Romney win!)
R U Serious

Scottsville, KY

#21 Sep 6, 2012
Tunaboat wrote:
After doing some research, Clinton with all the jobs he created and all the deregulation his policies brought forth in bipartisan with the republicans during the 90's is what started our down fall. G.W. Bush left those policies in place. with 9-11 not helping the natl budget and no oversight of the Clinton era deregulation is what brought what Obama stepped into. During the Bush era it was a democratically controlled senate and house. During the Obama era it was a total democratic controlled senate and the last two years republicans gained control of the house. with that said Obama has no one to blame but the house and senate for his no nothing term. Obama wasn't qualified to lead a troop of boy scout's when he was elected and has proven it every since.
Clinton inherited an economy that had just come out of recession and was headed up, but he governed his first two years much as Obama has done. He raised taxes and set Hillary loose to take over our healthcare system -- against the will of the electorate.

The people were P*ssed of and turned over control of the congress to the Republicans -- for the first time in 35 years.

Republican Newt Gingrich sent up a package of capital gains tax cuts to stimulate investments and across the board cuts for all tax payers. That Republican plan which Clinton signed on to, reluctantly, turned the economy around and resulted in the economic gains that Slick Willy Clinton then claimed credit for.

Not one job created was the result of an idea conceived by Bill Clinton.

By the time George Bush took over, in 2000, we were in the early stages of a recession, then we were attacked by terrorists. All things taken into consideration, Bush did a commendable job. The out of control spending of the Bush presidency came only after the democrats reclaimed control of the house, and thus controlled spending, as all spending bills originate in the US House.
Silver7

Oklahoma City, OK

#22 Sep 6, 2012
R U Serious wrote:
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Clinton inherited an economy that had just come out of recession and was headed up, but he governed his first two years much as Obama has done. He raised taxes and set Hillary loose to take over our healthcare system -- against the will of the electorate.
The people were P*ssed of and turned over control of the congress to the Republicans -- for the first time in 35 years.
Republican Newt Gingrich sent up a package of capital gains tax cuts to stimulate investments and across the board cuts for all tax payers. That Republican plan which Clinton signed on to, reluctantly, turned the economy around and resulted in the economic gains that Slick Willy Clinton then claimed credit for.
Not one job created was the result of an idea conceived by Bill Clinton.
By the time George Bush took over, in 2000, we were in the early stages of a recession, then we were attacked by terrorists. All things taken into consideration, Bush did a commendable job. The out of control spending of the Bush presidency came only after the democrats reclaimed control of the house, and thus controlled spending, as all spending bills originate in the US House.
Right on! I luvs me some Republican tactics. Those tactics build our nation instead of pushing the bottom out to reach new lows.

“Shut up and drink the Koolaide”

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#23 Sep 6, 2012
R U Serious wrote:
<quoted text>
Clinton inherited an economy that had just come out of recession and was headed up, but he governed his first two years much as Obama has done. He raised taxes and set Hillary loose to take over our healthcare system -- against the will of the electorate.
The people were P*ssed of and turned over control of the congress to the Republicans -- for the first time in 35 years.
If I remember, Clinton balanced the budget, which slowed growth. Funny how the young retards think Clinton payed off the national debt.

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#24 Sep 6, 2012
Tunaboat wrote:
After doing some research, Clinton with all the jobs he created and all the deregulation his policies brought forth in bipartisan with the republicans during the 90's is what started our down fall. G.W. Bush left those policies in place. with 9-11 not helping the natl budget and no oversight of the Clinton era deregulation is what brought what Obama stepped into. During the Bush era it was a democratically controlled senate and house. During the Obama era it was a total democratic controlled senate and the last two years republicans gained control of the house. with that said Obama has no one to blame but the house and senate for his no nothing term. Obama wasn't qualified to lead a troop of boy scout's when he was elected and has proven it every since.
Clinton started the whole pile of crap that became the housing bubble.

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