#435 Aug 3, 2012
Pale ignoramous said,
"The Republicans's do not want you to be reminded of what caused the MESS America is in today."
Wrong, wrong, wrong, Pale.
Republicans want to focus attention on the doofus most responsible for the mess we have in the country today.
The man most responsible for that mess currently lives at the White House.
He took a situatation that was bad and deliberately made it worse.
Obama is a socialist who wants Americans standing on the street corners with their hand extended to the government -- waiting for their next handout.
He wants more people like you, Pale, helpless, hopeless people incapable of fending for themselves.
Pale fibber continues,
"George W. Bush let America in a terrible mess, when he left office."
Things were a mess when George left, but the mess was not of his making. The mess he left was created by years and years of rampant liberalism and failed liberal ideas.
Three of the men responsible for the mess are Bill Clinton, Barney Frank, and Chris Dobb. They are not solely responsible. The foundation for most of todays problems were laid in the 1960s with LBJ and the "Great Society".
The poverty rate today is the same that is was when LBJ started his war on poverty. That was a dismal failure just like all socialistic programs.
American voters are about to take the first step toward correcting the mess on November 6, 2012. We will fire the gay, muslim, socialist loser who is now the president and entrust the entrust the difficult job of trying to undo four years of Barack Obama's failures to Mitt Romney.
Thomas Paine said (about 230 years ago), "Government at it's best is but a necessary evil. At it's worst, it is intolerable."
What he said back then is still true today.
We are rapidly approaching the point of intolerability. It is time for a dramatic reform. That reform requires firing the man responsible for perpetuating and growing our most serious problems. That man is Barack Hussein Obama. It is time for him to go.
He will go on January 20, 2013.
God willing a new era will begin.
#436 Aug 4, 2012
Lies and more lies looser.
Harry Truman 8.4 million
John F. Kennedy 3.6 million
Lyndon Johnson 11.9 million
Jimmy Carter 10.5 million
Bill Clinton 23.1 million
Total = 57.5 Million jobs by the Democrats
Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
Total = 36.2 Million jobs by the Republicans = this is WEAK
The Worst President - Liar
Bush FAILED HUNT for Osama - HE IGNORED - He doesn't matter. Tell that to the familes that lost loved ones in the WTC George W. Bush.
Fool Me Once
What The DooFus GANG UNDERSTAND BEST
DooFUS GaNg EnJoY
George Bush is Loved
It's all Bush's fault.
That's where most Americans still put the blame for our economic problems, even though it's been more than three years since George W. Bush left office.
A new Gallup Poll shows 68% of those surveyed say the former president deserves either a great deal or a moderate amount of blame. Thirty-one percent say he deserves not much or no blame at all.
Compare that to the man who has actually been steering the ship for the last three-plus years.
Fifty-two percent say President Obama deserves the blame for America's economic troubles. Forty-eight percent say he's not to blame.
The relative economic blame given to the two leaders is virtually the same as September 2011.
As is usually the case, there's a partisan divide here, although Republicans are more willing to blame Bush than Democrats are willing to blame President Obama.
As for independents, they are substantially more likely to blame Bush than Obama.
With the economy the top issue for November, all this is very good news for President Obama.
Even though Americans have more negative than positive views of the economy – and the direction it's headed – people are more likely to blame the president's predecessor.
It kind of makes you wonder at what point President Obama will own this nation's problems.
Meanwhile all this comes on the heels of another poll that showed President Bush as the least popular living ex-president.
Mitt Romney may want to keep this in mind as he selects his running mate. Several of his potential vice presidents have close ties to Bush, including folks like Rob Portman, Mitch Daniels and, of course, Jeb Bush.
#437 Sep 28, 2012
Mitt Romney in race of his Life,
All Polls Have Him Behind
Reap What You Sow.
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