#21 Oct 22, 2011
Obama will get the blame and Herman Cain will get the Gain. We are tired of the same. So Now is the time for Change.
#22 Oct 24, 2011
Pale Windbag gets it wrong again.
Just last week I saw a poll showing that 54 percent of American voters now say that Barack Obama shares the blame with Bush for the bad economy.
He has lost and continues to lose support within every demographic grouping, including blacks.
The fact is that Bush's share of the blame was always vastly overstated by the democrats and their allies in the liberal news media.
Get over this whiney "It's Bushes Fault" obsession Pale Loser.
Bush has been gone almost three years now. Obama has had complete control of screwing things up for all that time.
When will you lying cry baby democrats finally admit that your boy is a clueless, lying, incompetent, socialist, muslim sympathizing loser?
Barack Obama is done for politically. He has passed the point of no return. All that's left is to have another election so he can recieve one final "shellacking".
Obama has diminished the standing and reputation of his party more than any politician in my lifetime. He has already surpassed Jimmy Carter's dismal record.
In the end; however, his presidency will have to be seen as a positive thing. He has opened the voters eyes to what the democrats really stand for.
The voters have seen it and they overwhelmingly reject it.
On has to wonder will the democrat party even survive Obama?
#23 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.
#24 Aug 14, 2012
Mitt Romney picked Paul Ryan to be his running mate, because he was falling behind in the polls. He might as well throw in the towel, when he picked the loser, Paul Ryan.
#25 Aug 14, 2012
Keep dreaming, Pale Rider
#26 Aug 15, 2012
"Miss Democrat" who writes a lot like "Pale Rider" said,
"Mitt Romney picked Paul Ryan to be his running mate, because he was falling behind in the polls. He might as well throw in the towel, when he picked the loser, Paul Ryan."
I don't think Mitt will be throwing in the towel anytime soon. I see where his support among younger voters is soaring.
You'll remember they went big for Obama in 2008, but they seem to be dis-illusioned now that many of them are out of college and there are no jobs to be found.
I also saw today where Romney had taken in 7.4 million in campaign funds since naming Ryan as his VP pick.
And I read that the Obama campaign is in a blind panic over the turnout at Romney / Ryan campaign events. They had over 10,000 show up in Wisconsin and around 15,000 in North Carolina.
About the same time Obama drew a "whopping" 1000 at a Chicago fund raiser and the vice president Joe Biden campaigned before an --unbelievably large-- crowd of 660 people.
And did you see where an organization of former Navy Seals is going to run adds high-lighting Obama's bogus claiming of credit for the successful Osama bin Laden raid?
They also complain about the leaks involing security breaches (leaking classified data) that were designed to make the inept Obama look like a decisive leader.
Yes "Miss Democrat" aka "Pale Rider" this is shaping up as a rather interesting campaign.
#27 Aug 15, 2012
Have you wished "the great Bill Clinton" a happy birthday yet?
You really ought to do that.
Ole Bill probably needs a little ego boost now that he's been out of the limelight for almost 12 years.
I'll bet he really misses Monica's soft touch.
So go ahead, send him a birthday card and a few kind words, "Miss Democrat".
#28 Aug 15, 2012
The democrats are out there saying that Romney picking Paul Ryan for VP is bad for women and families.....
....some are saying it's over for Romney, he may as well quit.
....but the facts seem to indicate otherwise.
Democrats are hammering Paul Ryan as the bringer of Medicare's doom....
....however, the Republican vice presidential candidate is far more popular among seniors than he's given credit for.
The same goes for women. And independents.
Surveys conducted shortly before Mitt Romney's VP roll-out show Ryan actually polls fairly well among all three of these groups.
....the bookish lawmaker from Janesville, Wis., could end up bringing more votes to the ticket than he turns away.
The fact of the matter is that Romney's naming Ryan as his VP pick is likely to turn into the democrats worst nightmare.
Yep, it's gonna be an interesting campaign.
#29 Aug 17, 2012
Hey, "Pale Dimwit" More good news !!!!!!!!
I know you don't like "Rasmussen Reports" polls (they are too accurate), so here's a couple of recent Gallup polls for you.
1. Gallup Poll: Obama Disapproval In The 60s On The Economy, Budget Deficit
2. Obama's --disapproval-- is at 60 percent on the economy.
His --disapproval is at 64 percent on the federal budget deficit.
Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/gallup-poll/2012/08...
2. Gallup Poll:(ONLY) Thirteen States and D.C. Give Obama Majority Approval
Obama's approval rating below 50 percent in 37 states.
Hey, maybe if he was to send crazy "Uncle Joe Biden' out again to say something stupid -- maybe tht would distract those pesky voters from his screw-ups.
#30 Sep 28, 2012
Mitt Romney in race of his Life,
All Polls Have Him Behind
Reap What You Sow.
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