Will Obama Resign From Office?

Will Obama Resign From Office?

Created by Member3064 on May 18, 2014

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Yes, he's scared.

No, he's shameless.

d pantalones

Taylor, MI

#691 Jul 18, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>So you are saying we shouldn't shoot the children?
Did I ???????? Huh? huh?
d pantalones

Taylor, MI

#692 Jul 18, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
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Don't know. Very few bills are ever on a single subject. everyone wants to put their pet project on... Personally, I think the President should have line item veto power.
Not to mention the urgency to vote and sign before the public can read them. The president is partially responsible for that.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#693 Jul 18, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
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Don't know. Very few bills are ever on a single subject. everyone wants to put their pet project on... Personally, I think the President should have line item veto power.
You should probably know that before claiming that the House is doing all of this hard, honest work and the Senate is blocking them from their patriotic agenda.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#694 Jul 18, 2014
Wait what wrote:
Politics 101
You vote in people you think will block an agenda if you don't like an agenda.
You vote in people who will support an agenda if you like an agenda.
Republicans gained control of the House because the voters wanted it. It's really not rocket science.
That's not really true. The GOP took the house because of gerrymandering. Nationwide, Democrat candidates received a million more votes than GOP candidates in 2012.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#695 Jul 18, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
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Says the person who said conservatives want to kill Oblamo, yet can't provide one example.
Loser!
How many times do you intend to repeat that lie?
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Arrested ? He needs a rope around his neck for treason.
Male

Columbus, OH

#696 Jul 18, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>What you just did was refuse to answer the question.
omg, neither party has "clean hands" on "clean bills." wake up and smell the BS, Che. I want both sides to put forward "clean bills" and let them pass or fail on their own merits, but that isn't the way our system works. Democrats can't change it by saying it's the Republicans who aren't playing fair, or vice versa. There is a principled argument for why the framers designed the system this way but I'm not convinced changing it would be better or smarter than the current system they left us with.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#697 Jul 18, 2014
Male wrote:
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omg, neither party has "clean hands" on "clean bills." wake up and smell the BS, Che. I want both sides to put forward "clean bills" and let them pass or fail on their own merits, but that isn't the way our system works. Democrats can't change it by saying it's the Republicans who aren't playing fair, or vice versa. There is a principled argument for why the framers designed the system this way but I'm not convinced changing it would be better or smarter than the current system they left us with.
Here's what I don't get. Tony puts forth the proposition that the problem in the country is that the Senate won't pass the bills the House has passed. I asked him whether he knew whether those bills were clean bills or contained poison pills; i.e. a jobs bill that also defunded the ACA. You seem to agree with me, yet you scold me that both sides do it and I am nuts for suggesting that the GOP is involved in those shenanigans. I didn't set forth that position or complain about it, Tony did. But you don't take Tony to task because you believe he is more sympathetic to your agenda than I am. That is why people question your sincerity.
Male

Columbus, OH

#698 Jul 18, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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Here's what I don't get. Tony puts forth the proposition that the problem in the country is that the Senate won't pass the bills the House has passed. I asked him whether he knew whether those bills were clean bills or contained poison pills; i.e. a jobs bill that also defunded the ACA. You seem to agree with me, yet you scold me that both sides do it and I am nuts for suggesting that the GOP is involved in those shenanigans. I didn't set forth that position or complain about it, Tony did. But you don't take Tony to task because you believe he is more sympathetic to your agenda than I am. That is why people question your sincerity.
I didn't read Tony's post, before I posted you. Tony may have a point, bear with me here. Everyone yells on both sides for compromise. The way bills are brought to floor and passed by Congress requires compromise on both sides to get anything done. The framers set up our government to have a "natural compromise" system built into it. This "natural compromise" is a "give and take" system. Each side must be willing to "give" a little in order to "take" a little. There is no "clean" bill unless it is generally accepted both parties in both houses will agree to it, once passed the POTUS signs it, boom it's the Law. This "piggybacking" of spending bills is the "natural compromise" that the framers built in. One side does not get to take all. As to Tony's point. Recent history often dictates how we behave towards one another. If one party happens to have the majority, it can pretty much have it's way Legislatively. But should the people decide the majority has gone too far on one issue or another, the people can "vote the bums out" so to speak. Additionally, should one or two of the three co-equal branches of our government take the attitude of "no compromise" the other branch or branches might not be accommodating to that attitude. These are our "checks and balance" of our system. As for you point Che. Yeah, both sides do, do it. Exactly as the framers of the Constitution intended.
Male

Columbus, OH

#699 Jul 19, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I | Yesterday
Neutral Party wrote:
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Says the person who said conservatives want to kill Oblamo, yet can't provide one example.
Loser!

How many times do you intend to repeat that lie?

They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
<quoted text>
Arrested ? He needs a rope around his neck for treason.

At the founding of the country treason was considered punishable by death.

Liberal George Washington Law Professor Jonathan Turley makes a pretty compelling case that the POTUS has overstepped his authority. He also says that the House of Representatives is basically allowing it by not standing up to him. I don't think Spook is too far out there in making the argument that what the POTUS is doing is treasonous.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#702 Jul 19, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's what I don't get. Tony puts forth the proposition that the problem in the country is that the Senate won't pass the bills the House has passed. I asked him whether he knew whether those bills were clean bills or contained poison pills; i.e. a jobs bill that also defunded the ACA. You seem to agree with me, yet you scold me that both sides do it and I am nuts for suggesting that the GOP is involved in those shenanigans. I didn't set forth that position or complain about it, Tony did. But you don't take Tony to task because you believe he is more sympathetic to your agenda than I am. That is why people question your sincerity.
Both sides do it, both houses do it. It's the nature of big government, not a particular party.

“Ludibrium est onus genio”

Since: Dec 11

Planet Earth

#703 Jul 19, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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You should probably know that before claiming that the House is doing all of this hard, honest work and the Senate is blocking them from their patriotic agenda.
Wasn;t necessarily saying the house was doing all the work, just challenging that they weren't doing any, which is the claim of most on the left.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#704 Jul 19, 2014
TonyD2 wrote:
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Wasn;t necessarily saying the house was doing all the work, just challenging that they weren't doing any, which is the claim of most on the left.
Forget all the right-left BS....your House has done nothing but, stall our economic recovery, by total obstruction.....and if you deny it, you know what a lying POS, you are.....
Wait what

Galion, OH

#705 Jul 19, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Forget all the right-left BS....your House has done nothing but, stall our economic recovery, by total obstruction.....and if you deny it, you know what a lying POS, you are.....
What about at the beginning, when the Democrats held everything - House, Senate, Presidency? The Supermajority...tell me what they did for economic recovery.
Wait what

Galion, OH

#706 Jul 19, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Forget all the right-left BS....your House has done nothing but, stall our economic recovery, by total obstruction.....and if you deny it, you know what a lying POS, you are.....
On This Day in 1964, Democrats Filibustered the Civil Rights Act

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/06/on-th...
Wait what

Galion, OH

#707 Jul 19, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Forget all the right-left BS....your House has done nothing but, stall our economic recovery, by total obstruction.....and if you deny it, you know what a lying POS, you are.....
"The seat with the widest gap between rich and poor belongs to a Democrat, Jerry Nadler, whose district takes in Wall Street and parts of Brooklyn not yet reached by that borough’s redevelopment. In all, 32 of the 35 districts with the greatest income inequality are held by President Barack Obama’s party."

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-05-12/clos...

Something tells me "economic recovery" can't be blamed on the Republicans in the House, but I could be wrong.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#708 Jul 19, 2014
Wait what wrote:
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What about at the beginning, when the Democrats held everything - House, Senate, Presidency? The Supermajority...tell me what they did for economic recovery.
Yeah. Why didn't they fix the preceding 8 years in that 4 months or so when they had a super majority?
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#709 Jul 19, 2014
Wait what wrote:
<quoted text>
"The seat with the widest gap between rich and poor belongs to a Democrat, Jerry Nadler, whose district takes in Wall Street and parts of Brooklyn not yet reached by that borough’s redevelopment. In all, 32 of the 35 districts with the greatest income inequality are held by President Barack Obama’s party."
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-05-12/clos...
Something tells me "economic recovery" can't be blamed on the Republicans in the House, but I could be wrong.
So? Do you think that they make separate rules for each district based on which party represents it?
Wait what

Galion, OH

#710 Jul 19, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah. Why didn't they fix the preceding 8 years in that 4 months or so when they had a super majority?
You're right. I guess that's why he had to resort to bribery to get Obamacare passed. Thanks for the correction!
Wait what

Galion, OH

#711 Jul 19, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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So? Do you think that they make separate rules for each district based on which party represents it?
Not at all. The gap continues to widen between rich and poor and has nothing to do with the Republicans in the House blocking "economic recovery". For example, restaurants (and they use parking lot corners to build more there are so many) are slammed even on weekday evenings. That's a lot of money. People aren't getting it because the Republicans in the House are blocking economic recovery.

Columbus is booming. How did that happen if the Republicans are blocking economic recovery?
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#712 Jul 19, 2014
Wait what wrote:
<quoted text>
Not at all. The gap continues to widen between rich and poor and has nothing to do with the Republicans in the House blocking "economic recovery". For example, restaurants (and they use parking lot corners to build more there are so many) are slammed even on weekday evenings. That's a lot of money. People aren't getting it because the Republicans in the House are blocking economic recovery.
Columbus is booming. How did that happen if the Republicans are blocking economic recovery?
If you are so pleased with the economic recovery, why do you bitch about the president all the time?

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