Show some respect Mr President

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Tommy

Richmond, KY

#1 Oct 29, 2011
He does seem to be putting his feet on the desk. Maybe he just don't know any better.
LoL

Washington, DC

#2 Oct 29, 2011
Either you have some impressive insights into the desk-sitting postures of the current Oval Occupant, or you're making a vague reference to some dissatisfaction with the current administration.

If you have a specific complaint (or complaints), I'm sure there are plenty of folks here who'd be happy to both agree and argue/disagree with anything you'd like to discuss. But regurgitating a witty metaphor with no reference to a specific complaint or context?

Kinda gay.
gator

Richmond, KY

#3 Oct 29, 2011
This link will show a picture of the former president bush, also putting his feet on the desk.
maybe he just didn't know any better either.

http://mediamatters.org/blog/201001250009

“Fighting Cancer”

Since: Aug 10

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#4 Oct 29, 2011
lol....buy him a cheap stool at Goodwill & have it sent to him
Just the facts

San Diego, CA

#5 Oct 29, 2011
When you allow just anyone to sit there, what can you expect. This can be thought of as just another reason he should not be there. But thankfully we are getting close to voting him out of office.

Imagine the cleaning bill after he leaves.
gator

Richmond, KY

#7 Oct 29, 2011
And you , just the facts, are going to vote in whom?
LoL

Washington, DC

#8 Oct 29, 2011
I'm betting there's gum under the desk from 1921... Should just get a new desk altogether.
Peter

Richmond, KY

#10 Oct 29, 2011
gator wrote:
And you , just the facts, are going to vote in whom?

Can I answer?

Someone to give us back our Freedoms. Someone to get the dopers off welfare and out of government housing. Someone we can be proud to say is our President, instead of like the last few years of saying we have no President. In short any Republican running.
LOL LOL

Richmond, KY

#11 Oct 29, 2011
uuuuh, maybe another George Bush?
LoL

Washington, DC

#12 Oct 29, 2011
How about a candidate who doesn't sell out to the special interests that in turn wind up funding their campaigns? How about a candidate that will repeal the free trade agreements and beef up tariffs so our industrial base returns from China & Mexico, bringing back our economy and the jobs we so dearly miss (and the associated tax revenues that can get our country out of hock with our creditors)? How about that one?

Oh wait... There's no such candidate; they're all sell-outs and frauds who sidestep the real issues for their own political and financial gain.

We're screwed, and it doesn't matter who we elect. The choices are rigged long before we cast our meaningless votes, regardless of party, color, or empty promises.

If you believe otherwise, then you aren't paying very close attention.

The only vote that matters is the one cast in cash - foreign profits cash - long before we get our say. That's just how it is.

“Fighting Cancer”

Since: Aug 10

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#13 Oct 29, 2011
I don't vote. That way, no one can blame anything on me...lol

:P
Game Warden

Richmond, KY

#15 Oct 29, 2011
Turn that squirrel loose you little gimp before I arrest your ass!!!
Res

Richmond, KY

#16 Oct 30, 2011
LOL LOL wrote:
uuuuh, maybe another George Bush?

When Bush was President, I had a job. Nuff Said?
Bush Baby

Richmond, KY

#17 Oct 30, 2011
Res wrote:
<quoted text>
When Bush was President, I had a job. Nuff Said?
AND?,AND?, The last 6 months Bush was in office, our economy hit rock bottom and there was 750,000 jobs lost. This was just the tip of the ice berg due to Bushes unneeded wars and his tunnel vision with iraqi oil. He totally ignored the american economy. He was fixated on war, war, war. He was a war mongler. Thats what happened to your fkin job fool, There will never bee -nuff said about his blunders.
Confused

San Diego, CA

#18 Oct 30, 2011
I am sorry you are confused. Maybe I can help.

From the job loss fact check site. "the most recent 24-month period, from February 2009 through February 2011. By that measure, the job loss was 2.32 million jobs"

Link: http://www.factcheck.org/2011/03/barbour-infl...

So Obama lost way more than any other President and spent more money doing it.

We cannot go to war unless the Congress approves. The war you speak of was passed to Bush by the Democratic controlled Congress.

So the right thing to say was the Democrats started the war. Before you make an assinine comment, look it up and see for yourself.
You Are Confused

Richmond, KY

#19 Oct 30, 2011
First the 750,000 jobs lost in the last of the Bush Administration was just a beginning to the down spiral in our economy and the 2+ million jobs you speak of. Bush ignored the economy and job market with only tunnel vision for his wars (remember WOMD) As for the democratic congress voting for war, well after 9/11 and that great public episode of Bush at ground level on his bull horn, you are damn right, he did have everyone screaming war, everyone followed the War Mongler Bush!! I guess you forgot about the trillion dollars Bush threw out trying to jump start, what he had fked up. Your name fits you well "CONFUSED"
Really

Richmond, KY

#21 May 26, 2012
I'm sorry, but until you work your entire life to become the President of the United States, you have no right to tell him what he can do in HIS office. Yes, bitch about the things he does for the country, but if I worked as hard as he does, I'd be kicked back in the office I had dreamt of having too. He's doing a reasonable job, and he obviously has aged from stress, so let the man relax.
funny

Richmond, KY

#22 May 26, 2012
He's the President, and I'm sure when the past ones have been sitting in that office and they're tired or their backs hurt, they have propped their feet on that desk too. There just hasn't always been someone with a camera to capture it.
The Duke

Pikeville, KY

#23 May 26, 2012
Bush Baby wrote:
<quoted text> AND?,AND?, The last 6 months Bush was in office, our economy hit rock bottom and there was 750,000 jobs lost. This was just the tip of the ice berg due to Bushes unneeded wars and his tunnel vision with iraqi oil. He totally ignored the american economy. He was fixated on war, war, war. He was a war mongler. Thats what happened to your fkin job fool, There will never bee -nuff said about his blunders.
UH, straight jacket please....
What a moron.
Haha

Richmond, KY

#24 May 28, 2012
Yeah, be pissed about him putting his feet on the desk... Just think about how many Presidents banged someone on that same desk. Feet seems like a win to me. lol Much less messy.

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