Democrats now turning on Obama

Democrats now turning on Obama

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TWP

Wichita Falls, TX

#1 Jul 19, 2014
Obama's foes on border crisis: Democrats

President Barack Obama’s response to the southern border crisis is under fire from an unlikely source: fellow Democrats. Washington Democrats are frustrated and are increasingly blaming the White House for bungling the response to the situation on the border.

They are giving floor speeches, arguing the administration doesn’t understand the root cause of the crisis. They are sparring with administration officials in closed-door discussions. And they say Obama should have better consulted lawmakers before backing a policy change deeply opposed by their party.

Tension between the administration and congressional Democrats is becoming more common. Many Democrats are still fuming about last year’s troubled rollout of Obamacare. The party has been on the defensive over the Bowe Bergdahl prisoner trade swap. The recent veterans health care scandal left many angry. And with Obama’s poll numbers tanking, many plainly fear that all the bad news will make it harder to maintain control of the Senate in the fall elections.

http://www.politico.com/story/2014/07/immigra...

Well...

There can be only ONE reason for this...

The National Socialist Democrat Workers Party has been INFILTRATED by Tbagger "Repubicans"...!

And George W. Bush is to blame...!!!

Right Road Toa d...?!!!

http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/Bob-M...

ROTFLMAO...!!!
Jasmyne Cannick

Wichita Falls, TX

#2 Aug 5, 2014
L.A.’s Congresswoman Maxine Waters has started a firestorm...

When asked why the Black members of Congress don’t pressure the president she replied,“We don’t put pressure on the president because ya’ll love the president. You love the president. You’re very proud to have a black man — first time in the history of the United States of America. If we go after the president too hard, you’re going after us.”

I don’t think it’s a secret that the majority of Black people are still celebrating the election of “the first Black president”—whether they voted for him or not. Black people feel some since of ownership and kinship with the Obamas.

Me — I long fell out of love with the President. I don’t talk about it much because doing so can be a detriment to your well-being in certain company.

But that’s me and just framing your mouth to say anything negative about “the first Black president” around the wrong people could result in exerting the kind of energy I really don’t have to waste in arguing with people—who while they love their “first Black president” haven’t voted since 2008, won’t vote again until November 2012, and couldn’t tell me who their Councilmember, Assemblymember, or State Senator is to save their life—but will fight to the death over “the first Black president.”

And no—I am not a Republican, but at the same time, I’m not and haven’t been feeling the Democrats either–who have a tendency to be just as racist as their counterparts—they just hide it better.

In continuing her comments on the president and Black people Rep. Waters said,“all I’m saying to you is, we’re politicians. We’re elected officials. We are trying to do the right thing and the best thing. When you let us know it is time to let go, we’ll let go.”

Now keep in mind that members of the Congressional Black Caucus are themselves members of Congress, i.e. politicians, who like any other politician are concerned with staying in office. Waters herself knows that as long as Black people continue in this love affair with “the first Black president,” while she might want to say something against the president’s policies, it might not be in her best interest if she wants to get re-elected. Although with Congresswoman Waters—if anyone is safe in doing so and retaining their seat in Congress, she is. Black people love her as much or more than the President himself.
So even while in Rep. Waters words,“our people are hurting” and “the unemployment is unconscionable,” I truly believe that Black people’s love infatuation with “the first Black president” is what keeps them blind to all this or at least the president’s role in it. We like to rationalize all of the president’s actions or inaction with six simple words,“but he’s the first Black president.”

But the plot thickens.

Now, whenever challenged on what the president has or hasn’t done for Black people the message has been drilled into our heads to blindly and without much thought repeat something to the tune of “let’s just get him re-elected. Once he’s safe and in office for another four years, he’s going to look out for Black people.”

As if....

If he hasn’t shown up for us now, I have little—make that no faith—that another four years will do the trick.

And no—I am not of the mindset that the Black president has to be the president for Black people. I’ve spent enough time working in politics to know that’s out of the question.

To be fair, the president isn’t alone in my disappointment—the whole of Congress can join him in that. My point is that, since he’s “the first Black president” and it is assumed that the majority of Black people are following blindly behind him like he’s the second coming of Jesus Christ himself here on Earth, I felt it my duty to say something for the few Blacks who don’t subscribe to that train of thought.
TWP

Wichita Falls, TX

#3 Aug 5, 2014
Jasmyne Cannick (born 22 October 1977) is an African-American media and social commentator who works in politics. With a focus on hip-hop, politics, race, and sexuality, in 2005, Essence magazine named her one of 25 Women Shaping the World and in 2013 she was named one of the Most Influential African-Americans under 40 in Los Angeles by the Wave newspaper.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jasmyne_Cannick

"it is assumed that the majority of Black people are following blindly behind him like he’s the second coming of Jesus Christ himself here on Earth, I felt it my duty to say something for the few Blacks who don’t subscribe to that train of thought."
- Jasmyne_Cannick

Wow...!

I can't imagine the violent, hate-filled vitriol that old "GRANDPA NICOLAI" / Right is Wrong / Tea Party Solution / et al... AKA: "Baghdad Bob Mulholland" is going to unleash on this OBVIOUSLY intelligent and insightful woman...!

http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/Bob-M...

ROTFLMAO...!!!
The Crickets

Wichita Falls, TX

#4 Aug 5, 2014
TWP

Wichita Falls, TX

#5 Aug 5, 2014
Hey Road Toa d...

Dance for me AGAIN...!!!

http://www.creativepro.com/files/story_images...

ROTFLMAO...!!!
tBaggers R Lying Wussys

United States

#6 Aug 6, 2014
TWP wrote:
Hey Road Toa d...
Dance for me AGAIN...!!!
http://www.creativepro.com/files/story_images...
ROTFLMAO...!!!
To comment on Radical Extremist KKK Tea Bagger Republican IDIOCY is idiotic. Since Tea Baggers are the only IDIOTS HERE there is, by definition, no comment!

Let's here again about Robert Byrd. That was a good One! Or maybe about doing Nothing in Congress is good for the country! Or maybe that No Immigration Legislation is Obama's fault!

The Target Rich Tea Bagger Anti-American Republican Party of STAGNATION and FAILURE are truly IDIOTS!
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#7 Aug 6, 2014
tBaggers R Lying Wussys wrote:
<quoted text>To comment on Radical Extremist KKK Tea Bagger Republican IDIOCY is idiotic. Since Tea Baggers are the only IDIOTS HERE there is, by definition, no comment!
Let's here again about Robert Byrd. That was a good One! Or maybe about doing Nothing in Congress is good for the country! Or maybe that No Immigration Legislation is Obama's fault!
The Target Rich Tea Bagger Anti-American Republican Party of STAGNATION and FAILURE are truly IDIOTS!
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You got to admit that it is kind of funny watching that slutty little TWerP talking to herself!!!
The right is wrong

Sacramento, CA

#8 Aug 6, 2014
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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You got to admit that it is kind of funny watching that slutty little TWerP talking to herself!!!
Notice how the freak is talking to him/her/its self?
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#9 Aug 6, 2014
The right is wrong wrote:
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Notice how the freak is talking to him/her/its self?
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Yes I did notice that.

Did you see where the littlebitch threatened you in post #17 of the BEST ONE YET thread??
tBaggers FAIL IQ Tests

United States

#10 Aug 6, 2014
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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You got to admit that it is kind of funny watching that slutty little TWerP talking to herself!!!
Yeah, Now she is representing herself as a Black Woman Activist! Hilarious!!!
Tea Party Solution

Redding, CA

#11 Aug 7, 2014
TWP wrote:
Obama's foes on border crisis: Democrats
President Barack Obama’s response to the southern border crisis is under fire from an unlikely source: fellow Democrats. Washington Democrats are frustrated and are increasingly blaming the White House for bungling the response to the situation on the border.
I'll do something here that's rare for me. Since TWerP is actually bringing up an issue, and not devoting his entire post to his delusional attempts at character assassination, some response seems reasonable.

Democrats WILL sometimes disagree with Obama's policies.

That's because dems do NOT march in lock-step on every issue. They actually have their own opinions, and will voice them. The repubs, however, in their National Socialist way, will always oppose ANYTHING that Obama proposes.
TWP wrote:
Tension between the administration and congressional Democrats is becoming more common. Many Democrats are still fuming about last year’s troubled rollout of Obamacare.
Really? Dem's are still 'fuming' over the Obamacare roll-out? Please name them.

The Obamacare roll-out was bad, and most dems agreed that it was bad. And they'll still admit that it was bad, if questioned. But the squad of young computer geniuses selected to rectify the problem was a huge success story. It's the repubs who keep whining about the roll-out.
TWP wrote:
The party has been on the defensive over the Bowe Bergdahl prisoner trade swap. The recent veterans health care scandal left many angry.
The dems are often on the defensive, because the repubs are always on the offense. But the repubs were at least as confused about the Bergdahl trade as any dems. McCain and others were demanding that "no soldier should be left on the battlefield" just weeks before Obama brought Bergdahl home-- and then these same repubs started attacking Obama for doing what they had first wanted him to do.

And the veterans health care scandal made us ALL angry. But the mistreatment of our vets has been going on since the Wars started. Trying to pin it all on Obama is ridiculous.
TWP wrote:
There can be only ONE reason for this...
The National Socialist Democrat Workers Party has been INFILTRATED by Tbagger "Repubicans"...!
And George W. Bush is to blame...!!!
Right Road Toa d...?!!!
http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/Bob-M...
ROTFLMAO...!!!
And here TWerP can't help but degenerate into another of his delusional, psychotic fantasies.
The right is wrong

Lincoln, CA

#12 Aug 7, 2014
Tea Party Solution wrote:
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I'll do something here that's rare for me. Since TWerP is actually bringing up an issue, and not devoting his entire post to his delusional attempts at character assassination, some response seems reasonable.
Democrats WILL sometimes disagree with Obama's policies.
That's because dems do NOT march in lock-step on every issue. They actually have their own opinions, and will voice them. The repubs, however, in their National Socialist way, will always oppose ANYTHING that Obama proposes.
<quoted text>
Really? Dem's are still 'fuming' over the Obamacare roll-out? Please name them.
The Obamacare roll-out was bad, and most dems agreed that it was bad. And they'll still admit that it was bad, if questioned. But the squad of young computer geniuses selected to rectify the problem was a huge success story. It's the repubs who keep whining about the roll-out.
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The dems are often on the defensive, because the repubs are always on the offense. But the repubs were at least as confused about the Bergdahl trade as any dems. McCain and others were demanding that "no soldier should be left on the battlefield" just weeks before Obama brought Bergdahl home-- and then these same repubs started attacking Obama for doing what they had first wanted him to do.
And the veterans health care scandal made us ALL angry. But the mistreatment of our vets has been going on since the Wars started. Trying to pin it all on Obama is ridiculous.
<quoted text>
And here TWerP can't help but degenerate into another of his delusional, psychotic fantasies.
Do you really think old el -twerpo will have a cognizant response? I've tried for years and have yet to get any kind of response other than delusional attempts at character assassination. Remember, you are me, I'm you, we're both Gramps and Gramps is both of us, and thousands more imaginary people.
The right is wrong

Lincoln, CA

#13 Aug 7, 2014
Tea Party Solution wrote:
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I'll do something here that's rare for me. Since TWerP is actually bringing up an issue, and not devoting his entire post to his delusional attempts at character assassination, some response seems reasonable.
Democrats WILL sometimes disagree with Obama's policies.
That's because dems do NOT march in lock-step on every issue. They actually have their own opinions, and will voice them. The repubs, however, in their National Socialist way, will always oppose ANYTHING that Obama proposes.
<quoted text>
Really? Dem's are still 'fuming' over the Obamacare roll-out? Please name them.
The Obamacare roll-out was bad, and most dems agreed that it was bad. And they'll still admit that it was bad, if questioned. But the squad of young computer geniuses selected to rectify the problem was a huge success story. It's the repubs who keep whining about the roll-out.
<quoted text>
The dems are often on the defensive, because the repubs are always on the offense. But the repubs were at least as confused about the Bergdahl trade as any dems. McCain and others were demanding that "no soldier should be left on the battlefield" just weeks before Obama brought Bergdahl home-- and then these same repubs started attacking Obama for doing what they had first wanted him to do.
And the veterans health care scandal made us ALL angry. But the mistreatment of our vets has been going on since the Wars started. Trying to pin it all on Obama is ridiculous.
<quoted text>
And here TWerP can't help but degenerate into another of his delusional, psychotic fantasies.
Oh, I forgot, we're all Bagdad Bob Mulholland!
Tea Party Solution

Redding, CA

#14 Aug 7, 2014
Jasmyne Cannick wrote:
L.A.’s Congresswoman Maxine Waters has started a firestorm...
When asked why the Black members of Congress don’t pressure the president she replied,“We don’t put pressure on the president because ya’ll love the president. You love the president. You’re very proud to have a black man — first time in the history of the United States of America.".
It's telling that TWerP, in one of his very few posts which is something other than hateful and psychotic attempts at character assassination, should bring up the president's race.

I don't defend everything that any dem politician says. But Maxine Waters brings up a good point, even thought it's hyperbole-- we should ALL be proud of the fact that we elected, twice, an intelligent, calm, and thoughtful leader who happens to be black.

And Ms. Cannick responds to Rep. Waters by saying,
Jasmyne Cannick wrote:
"Now, whenever challenged on what the president has or hasn’t done for Black people the message has been drilled into our heads to blindly and without much thought repeat something to the tune of “let’s just get him re-elected. Once he’s safe and in office for another four years, he’s going to look out for Black people.”
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Ms. Cannick's words are also a bit hyperbolic. But her basic premise is that President Obama has NOT done special things for just black people. Repubs should be thrilled with this fact. Afterall, they screamed that Obama was going to demand slave reparations for black people once he was elected, or start a new state where blacks would rule over whites, while instituting Sharia law.

So, TWerP, once again, is more than a little confused. I guess his point is that some blacks are unhappy with Obama-- so what?
Tea Party Solution

Redding, CA

#15 Aug 7, 2014
The right is wrong wrote:
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Do you really think old el -twerpo will have a cognizant response? I've tried for years and have yet to get any kind of response other than delusional attempts at character assassination. Remember, you are me, I'm you, we're both Gramps and Gramps is both of us, and thousands more imaginary people.
No, of course el-twerpo will not have a coherent response. I wonder how he can actually function in the real world. He's probably in some mental health facility. If he does actually live without medical oversight, he must have learned to keep his psychosis to himself-- except here in these Topix.
Local

Lucerne, CA

#16 Aug 7, 2014
my, my, the lil gaggle of liberal bullies is trying to jusify themselves.
rotflmao

The title of the thread is: Democrats are turning on Obama.
The facts are simple. NO democrat running for elected office wants Obama to show his face in their state...lmao

And here are the recent polls that show almost 70% of Ameicans dissapprove of the direction of our Country.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other...

There are many, many democrats in that 70%.
lololololol

Only the ditto head guilt ridden socialists are still backing the O-Boy.

Have fun you morons as the nation and the world begin to disintigrate before you. If the stock market crashes? You had better own a gun for self protection..........

wow.......you simply cannot make this stuff up.
Tea Party Solution

Redding, CA

#17 Aug 7, 2014
Local wrote:
, And here are the recent polls that show almost 70% of Ameicans dissapprove of the direction of our Country.
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other... .
Hell, I disapprove of the direction of our country. Our do-nothing congress has done NOTHING about immigration, the infrastructure/ jobs bill, and climate change. The House just wants to sue the president and have hundreds of anti-Obama hearings so that they can get campaign funding for themselves.

So how much of that 70% of Americans disapproval is because of the president? How much is because of our do-nothing congress?

Congressional job disapproval is around 79%.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other...
Bad tBagger Monkeys

United States

#18 Aug 7, 2014
Tea Party Solution wrote:
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Hell, I disapprove of the direction of our country. Our do-nothing congress has done NOTHING about immigration, the infrastructure/ jobs bill, and climate change. The House just wants to sue the president and have hundreds of anti-Obama hearings so that they can get campaign funding for themselves.
So how much of that 70% of Americans disapproval is because of the president? How much is because of our do-nothing congress?
Congressional job disapproval is around 79%.
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other...
Solution, Their ASSumptions clearly do make asses of them. Nothing new there!
TWP

Wichita Falls, TX

#19 Aug 7, 2014
Bad tBagger Monkeys wrote:
<quoted text>ASSumptions......
"ASSumptions......"
- Road Toa d

http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/Bob-M...

ROTFLMAO...!

No...!

ROTFLMAO... X ... 2 !!

http://www.creativepro.com/files/story_images...

ROTFLMAO... X ... 3 !!!

ROTFLMAO..........

Oh Road Toa d...

Sometimes you just make this so easy...!!!

http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/Bob-M...

ROTFLMAO...!!!!!!
Tea Party Solution

Redding, CA

#20 Aug 7, 2014
TWP wrote:
<quoted text>
"ASSumptions......"
- Road Toa d
http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/Bob-M...
ROTFLMAO...!
No...!
ROTFLMAO... X ... 2 !!
http://www.creativepro.com/files/story_images...
ROTFLMAO... X ... 3 !!!
ROTFLMAO..........
Oh Road Toa d...
Sometimes you just make this so easy...!!!
http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/Bob-M...
ROTFLMAO...!!!!!!
And here comes the deranged one, right on cue. I can only quote what RIW had already knew would be your response:

"Do you really think old el -twerpo will have a cognizant response? I've tried for years and have yet to get any kind of response other than delusional attempts at character assassination. Remember, you are me, I'm you, we're both Gramps and Gramps is both of us, and thousands more imaginary people."

Signed,
Bob

(And now the top of TWerP's head explodes).

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