Is Barack Obama Doing a Good Job as President?

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Real Tea Party

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Imagine if Ron Paul was elected 5 years ago, our troops would be home, failed banks would be let go and taxpayers would have much more money in their pockets. Idiots from both sides do not have a clue how much money our government is wasting everyday.
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Real Tea Party wrote:
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Glad you asked, the cavalry is coming as soon as Paul Ryan start to gut them social security welfare program!
Awww... did I upset you, 0-2 Goldie Bear?
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Sep 8, 2013
 
Reynoldsburger No Onion wrote:
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Awww... did I upset you, 0-2 Goldie Bear?
They don't have those animals in the "burg" to run the football... so yea I have to agree with you the rick white folks are horrible in sports, they just manage better.

Stop the hate against Whites!
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#543
Sep 8, 2013
 
59% of all jobs created in 2013 were part time.

At the rate of 170,000 jobs a month, we will be back to prerecession levels by 2027.

Great job lefties.

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Sep 8, 2013
 
Enzyte Bob wrote:
59% of all jobs created in 2013 were part time.
At the rate of 170,000 jobs a month, we will be back to prerecession levels by 2027.
Great job lefties.
Racist, sexist, bigot, 1950s!

Republicans want to start WWIII!

/sarc/MSDNC
They cannot kill a Spook

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Enzyte Bob wrote:
59% of all jobs created in 2013 were part time.
At the rate of 170,000 jobs a month, we will be back to prerecession levels by 2027.
Great job lefties.
So for that to work out there needs to be zero immigration, zero invaders given a pass, a massive plague death, and the sterilization or extermination of all parasites. In other words the USA is more likely to become a turd world pit than it is to return to pre recession conditions.
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The last Republican to buy his way into the White House. He was the first president to order a bed to be brought to the Oval Office.

That man if he were still in office:

1. America would still be in Iraq.

2. America would be in a world depression.

3. Unemployment would be at 15% and climbing.

4. The national debt would be $20 billion.

5. How many banks would have failed?

6. How many CEO's would be making $6 million in salary a year?

7. How many Enron's would we see?

8. Who believed our president fell off the couch, while eating a pretzel?

Let me say, I do not drink any type of drink that contains alcohol, it is against my religion. But what do a lot of people drink while watching a football game? Isn't it beer? Wouldn't passing out cause you to fall forward, thus hitting your head on the floor?

9. How would you like to have a President that can sit on a stool for 6 minutes, while we are under attack? Was he waiting for someone to tell him to get off that stool and say Mr. President we are under attack. Or was he waiting for the Vice President to tell him what he needed to do.

10. How many have fallen from a human transporter. George W. Bush did.

11. Bush fell also from a $3000 bike and skinned up his head. I don't believe the fall would affect his brain, because his head was so thick.

12. Obama Nobel Prize Winner, got the man, Bush said he would bring in, "Dead or Alive."

Bush is the example of what a Republican will do for America. He is a Republican
Coleman Rodeo Clown

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#548
Sep 8, 2013
 
He is doing a good job if you are stupid!
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Coleman Rodeo Clown wrote:
He is doing a good job if you are stupid!
I should have written $20,000,000,000,000 in debt, if Bush was the President.

How many people are so ill-advised they would vote for another Republican? The last Republican to purchase the Oval Office. The first thing the man did was bring a bed into the Oval Office. While his V.P. sat behind the desk, and listened to Karl Rove. Poor old George slept all day.
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ROGER SIMON NO LONGER FAVORS AN ATTACK ON SYRIA:

“I overlooked — or more exactly chose to ignore — the obvious. We would be going to war with a blind man as our commander-in-chief. And I don’t mean a physically blind man like the Japanese samurai Zatoichi, whose heroic exploits were magnificent despite his infirmity, if you remember the film series. I mean a morally, psychologically and ideologically blind man incapable of coherent policy, action or even much logical thought on any matter of significance, let alone on such a crucial one with life and death at stake.”
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Why Obama is Floundering
By Thomas Lifson

The sheer ineptitude of President Obama's handling of his Syria red line has made jaws drop all across the political spectrum. The man who garnered so much admiration for his oratorical brilliance, personal charm, and political genius has managed to make matters worse with every step he has taken. This dramatic and historic collapse demands explanation.

It must be acknowledged from the start that Obama might now be the victim of unrealistic expectations stoked by his media allies, who once called him a "lightworker" and "almost a god." But then again, when you promise to stem the rise of the oceans, you are auto-inflating a myth that cannot be sustained. He is thus both the victim and perpetrator of unrealistic expectations.

But to be frank, unrealistic expectations have nothing to do with his Syrian predicament. His behavior has been well below minimal expectations of a president. With Russian warships assembling off Syria, his apparently off-the-cuff ultimatum is proving to be a historic blunder, not a matter of failing to be a superman.

Barack Obama now finds that the items in his toolbox that got him to the Oval Office no longer work. Take oratory, for example. Presidential speeches are, as Brit Hume observed on Fox News Sunday, a "depreciating asset" whose effectiveness diminishes with use. And in Obama's case, as Peggy Noonan pointed out, it is depreciating faster than most other presidents:

"I think every president in the intense media environment we have now, certainly every two-term president, gets to a point where the American people stop listening, stop leaning forward hungrily for information. I think this president got there earlier than most presidents. And I think he's in that time now."

In fact, so strong is the public aversion to more Obama windbaggery that when the president gave an exclusive interview with CNN's morning show New Day a couple of weeks ago, a mere 323,000 people -- one tenth of one percent of the population of the United States as noted by Noel Sheppard of Newsbusters -- tuned in. More than three times as many watched Fox and Friends.

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Throughout his rise to prominence, through elite schools and with no particular professional achievements other than rocketing through elective office to the presidency, Barack Obama has never had to face serious consequences for foolish utterances. He has been protected by his race; leftist actor Ed Asner recently admitted, "A lot of people don't want to feel anti-black by being opposed to Obama." This same sentiment no doubt existed throughout his journey through higher education as student and lecturer. I doubt anybody ever laid a glove on him intellectually, forcing him to defend himself in an academic disagreement. To even the limited extent words ever have consequences in academia, Obama was able to check the résumé box of academic position at a prestigious university without ever actually defending a thesis, presenting or publishing an academic paper, or even engaging in faculty lounge discussions. He was a loner, outside the faculty social group at the University of Chicago.

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It is understandable that Barack Obama might have warm and fuzzy feelings for norms as a means of social control. Throughout his life he has benefitted from norms concerning race. To merely criticize him has been to be called a racist by his supporters until fairly recently. His media supporters have enforced norms against investigating too closely into his past. Borne of collective guilt over the nation's past, these norms have served to advance Barack Obama's political career at warp speed. His empty résumé, full of titles and no actual accomplishments, was accepted with no questions asked.

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Not only is Barack Obama unprepared for the responsibilities that lie on his shoulders, he has no experiential base to use as a referent. So he is flailing, while the danger mounts and damage to America deepens.
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OUR HOPEY-CHANGEY ECONOMY: “Our drop from 8.1% unemployment to 7.3% is analogous to losing 20 pounds by cutting off a body part.”
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For our enemies in China, Russia, and Arabia, Barak Hussein Obama is doing a great job in tearing down the institutions and values that built our nation. I hate the fact that Obama had the name of Christ removed from an area at St. John's University before he would give a speech and that he promoted anti-Christian values with no respect for marriage, work, family values and Capitalism.

Obama constantly plays the race card to avoid being impeached, which he would be if he were not able to masquerade as a Black Male and thus avoid all responsibility for his warped and misguided actions.
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Is Russia really our enemy? I grew up on propaganda accusing them of being dangerous warmongers. But have they really started that many wars?

These days the world has a strong case to make that WE are the real warmongers in thew world and have been for the past 50 years.
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I'm becoming more and more convinced that Barry is God's idea of a cruel joke on blacks.

-The "first black president" is not only NOT of slave stock, he descends from Arab slave traders, the people who sold American blacks into slavery.

-He comes from Kenya, so even his black lineage is not of the same racial stock as most American blacks, who mostly do not come from eastern Africa.

-He was raised moslem and has moslem sympathies, if not being an outright moslem, in a Christian nation.

-He is a perfect illustration of what happens when the lazy and inept accumulate titles and degrees through affirmative action.

If this isn't some kind of sick joke, I don't know what is.

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Oliver Canterberry wrote:
For our enemies in China, Russia, and Arabia,
Shussst! Stop buying shyt from Wal-mart then if China is our enemy!
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Neutral Party wrote:
Fry Queen, the resident idiot of Topix. Does this bastard child have any credibility?
I think your Son is looking for you. It isn't looking up for you Johnny. How heavy is that woman you are married too? Or do you want to deny you have a Son?
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Enzyte Bob wrote:
Is Russia really our enemy? I grew up on propaganda accusing them of being dangerous warmongers. But have they really started that many wars?
These days the world has a strong case to make that WE are the real warmongers in thew world and have been for the past 50 years.
They are not, our military industrial complex needs an imaginary enemy so our government can convince our people to justify their shopping spree on weapons to feed the contractors.

Plus the RINOs who really think we should go to every fking country so we can be safe.
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Being ready means being aware of potential risks, understanding where we can turn for help, and being prepared.

Can anyone explain this?

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