Obama Wants To Be a Dictator

Obama Wants To Be a Dictator

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#5 Nov 30, 2012
Kinch wrote:
Once more, for you lefties who want to see a fascist regime in the making:
"Obama's negotiators also sought the ability to raise the nation's borrowing limit unilaterally."
I caught that this morning. Laughed to myself, where does he get the gall?

That wasn't and good faith offer or an opening negotiation. That was a shot across the bow warning of what the mindset is going to be.

They'll either kick it dwon the road or not reach an agreement. It they don't do either, the ramifications will be swift and harsh. Hate to see it for the country, myself and family and friends, but everyone of them voting was elected in office.

You reap what you sow. I'm sorry I'll probably live to see what's coming. Maybe they'll be a freak accident.
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#6 Nov 30, 2012
Kinch wrote:
"Obama's negotiators also sought the ability to raise the nation's borrowing limit unilaterally."
By the president's word alone, with no checks or balances. No congressional review. Remember congress voted 'nay' against his only budget submitted, 99 to 1.

Since: Jan 12

Columbus, OH

#8 Nov 30, 2012
Get a clue grumpy loser! Your black neighbor voted for Obama, and so did your white water cooler co-workers. It's medical cost and energy that's draining incomes, not taxes.

For much of the postwar era, Republicans flourished in inner suburbs, which were in many cases populated by families that had fled the chaos and disorder of cities plagued by violent crime and scarred by misbegotten urban renewal projects that drained cities of vitality. The decades-long crime explosion and the threat of urban riots created a new constituency for punitive law-and-order policies and gun rights, and the GOP was keen to seize the opportunity. Yet over the past two decades, violent crime has sharply decreased for reasons that are still not fully understood. Many credit more effective policing strategies while others point to broader cultural changes. Regardless of the underlying explanation for the decline in crime, the politics of law-and-order is no longer as salient as it was in the wake of urban rioting or even at the height of the crack epidemic.

And so voters in the inner suburbs now focus on other issues, like the quality of local public schools, traffic congestion, and whether or not they are climbing the economic ladder as fast as they’d like. Republicans are seen as staunch opponents of tax increases, but most middle-income households find that the tax burden is a less pressing issue than the cost of medical insurance or even the cost of commuting. Lisa Margonelli, author of Oil on the Brain, recently noted that a typical family of four earning $50,000 will spend $7,900 a year on cars and gasoline, a staggering sum that outweighs what this same family spends on taxes and medical care.
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#10 Nov 30, 2012
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
Get a clue grumpy loser! Your black neighbor voted for Obama, and so did your white water cooler co-workers. It's medical cost and energy that's draining incomes, not taxes.
For much of the postwar era, Republicans flourished in inner suburbs, which were in many cases populated by families that had fled the chaos and disorder of cities plagued by violent crime and scarred by misbegotten urban renewal projects that drained cities of vitality. The decades-long crime explosion and the threat of urban riots created a new constituency for punitive law-and-order policies and gun rights, and the GOP was keen to seize the opportunity. Yet over the past two decades, violent crime has sharply decreased for reasons that are still not fully understood. Many credit more effective policing strategies while others point to broader cultural changes. Regardless of the underlying explanation for the decline in crime, the politics of law-and-order is no longer as salient as it was in the wake of urban rioting or even at the height of the crack epidemic.
And so voters in the inner suburbs now focus on other issues, like the quality of local public schools, traffic congestion, and whether or not they are climbing the economic ladder as fast as they’d like. Republicans are seen as staunch opponents of tax increases, but most middle-income households find that the tax burden is a less pressing issue than the cost of medical insurance or even the cost of commuting. Lisa Margonelli, author of Oil on the Brain, recently noted that a typical family of four earning $50,000 will spend $7,900 a year on cars and gasoline, a staggering sum that outweighs what this same family spends on taxes and medical care.
You need to find new sources to cite, and review the deductibles allowed under the new health reform law. And remember that insurance companies are allowed to increase premiums, as long as it matches claim costs (which no one can stop from rising, particularly with all the 'free' things).

We're screwed, no matter how you look at it.
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#11 Nov 30, 2012
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
Get a clue grumpy loser! Your black neighbor voted for Obama, and so did your white water cooler co-workers. It's medical cost and energy that's draining incomes, not taxes.
For much of the postwar era, Republicans flourished in inner suburbs, which were in many cases populated by families that had fled the chaos and disorder of cities plagued by violent crime and scarred by misbegotten urban renewal projects that drained cities of vitality. The decades-long crime explosion and the threat of urban riots created a new constituency for punitive law-and-order policies and gun rights, and the GOP was keen to seize the opportunity. Yet over the past two decades, violent crime has sharply decreased for reasons that are still not fully understood. Many credit more effective policing strategies while others point to broader cultural changes. Regardless of the underlying explanation for the decline in crime, the politics of law-and-order is no longer as salient as it was in the wake of urban rioting or even at the height of the crack epidemic.
And so voters in the inner suburbs now focus on other issues, like the quality of local public schools, traffic congestion, and whether or not they are climbing the economic ladder as fast as they’d like. Republicans are seen as staunch opponents of tax increases, but most middle-income households find that the tax burden is a less pressing issue than the cost of medical insurance or even the cost of commuting. Lisa Margonelli, author of Oil on the Brain, recently noted that a typical family of four earning $50,000 will spend $7,900 a year on cars and gasoline, a staggering sum that outweighs what this same family spends on taxes and medical care.

Get a clue, WA! I know some black folks who voted for Romney. Not that they liked Romney, per se, but they certainly don't like the Obama administration.
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#12 Nov 30, 2012
Wait what wrote:
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Get a clue, WA! I know some black folks who voted for Romney. Not that they liked Romney, per se, but they certainly don't like the Obama administration.

Oh the folks who didn't vote for Obama detest everything about him. I don't respect him, he's arrogant and an embarassment to the whole country. And 8 years of him is going to but us into poverty, personally and as a nation.

Which leaves us too vulnerable. Nuclear weapons in Cuba. And this guy's no Kennedy,

Since: Jan 12

Bedford, OH

#13 Nov 30, 2012
notlocal wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh the folks who didn't vote for Obama detest everything about him. I don't respect him, he's arrogant and an embarassment to the whole country. And 8 years of him is going to but us into poverty, personally and as a nation.
Which leaves us too vulnerable. Nuclear weapons in Cuba. And this guy's no Kennedy,
It's your favorite alcoholic majority House speaker and his band of teabagger thugs who are going to increase taxes on everyone! They'd rather play politics and cater to Norquist than work for 98% of the country! Obama is being Presidential not dictorial! He's letting Congress fight it out, not demanding or arm twisting. Bush, remember him, said he was spending his political capital. Was he a dictator also?

Since: Jan 12

Bedford, OH

#16 Nov 30, 2012
Kinch wrote:
<quoted text>Your unattributed cut and paste has nothing to do with the subject of this thread.
Now, tell us what you think about Obama wanting dictatorial powers over the economy.
My post have everything to do with the politics of this country. Your premise of Obama is patently false. He told The drunk, if he sends any tax raises on the middle class it's getting VETO. That's a fair warning, not dictatorial! You all hate Obama's policies we get it! If this country falls it's the fault of the private sector, not the poor, and not Obama.
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#17 Dec 2, 2012
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text>It's your favorite alcoholic majority House speaker and his band of teabagger thugs who are going to increase taxes on everyone! They'd rather play politics and cater to Norquist than work for 98% of the country! Obama is being Presidential not dictorial! He's letting Congress fight it out, not demanding or arm twisting. Bush, remember him, said he was spending his political capital. Was he a dictator also?
He's a wanna be dictator, and a lying one at that, who has surrounded himself with a$$ kissing incompentents who lie also.

Sorry, WA. Anyone caught lying will never have my respect.

He either has some idealistic notion of turning the country in to a socialist one, or destroying it altogther.

I visited some folks yesterday. The husband, close to 80, told me,'it was vote for the dumb guy or vote for the rich guy.' The Obama voters, as a whole, were not enthusiastic.

Romney just didn't get his point across. He should have been more agressive.
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#19 Dec 2, 2012
WISE AMERICAN wrote:
<quoted text> My post have everything to do with the politics of this country. Your premise of Obama is patently false. He told The drunk, if he sends any tax raises on the middle class it's getting VETO. That's a fair warning, not dictatorial! You all hate Obama's policies we get it! If this country falls it's the fault of the private sector, not the poor, and not Obama.
Oh, no never Obama's fault.

If he instills a tax increase on everyone making over $250K, it's going to hit small business first and you will immediately lose 700,000 jobs...then that number will grow.

Huge increase in public assistance will follow, along with the inflation we are already seeing from printng 40 BILLION a month of worthless money since Sept., and the dominos all fall.

He's got to be an economic idiot to not understand how to increase tax revenue while still allowing a middle class tax decrease. And it nada to do with the wealthy.

Course he has a law degree while I only hold a lowly business degree. And he's been a community organizer, while I have been forced to actually work.

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