Still hope for big fiscal deal with Obama, top Republicans say

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President Barack Obama leaves after a meeting with the House Democratic Caucus on Capitol Hill in Washington March 14, 2013.

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Paris

#89 Mar 21, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Have you decided what alias you are going to use yet?
I thought barefoot2626, many of you seem to use it.

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#90 Mar 21, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
Yep, and after that there are still 2,000,000 jobs less
Made up numbers mean nothing, Dumbo, and made up numbers are the only numbers you use.

The ten day tear on the stock market must really break your heart,m eh?

Hey: are you going to post on topic in 2013?

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#91 Mar 21, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>I thought barefoot2626, many of you seem to use it.
Not enough to keep up with you and your aliases, Dumbo.

What a shame you didn't throw a going away party for Au Dumbo, Dumbo.

I would brought a sheet cake.
Eric Gustafson

Newport News, VA

#92 Mar 21, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Yep, and after that there are still 2,000,000 jobs less than when he took office....he is a failure and hasn't kept one big promise, hell he still hasn't visited a black neighbor hood, and he lives in one of the blackest cities in America.
You could never count, seems today there are a net 1 Million more jobs created than when he took office as the Bush Economic disaster was shredding American jobs at a pace of 750,000 per month.

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#93 Mar 21, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Made up numbers mean nothing, Dumbo, and made up numbers are the only numbers you use.
The ten day tear on the stock market must really break your heart,m eh?
Hey: are you going to post on topic in 2013?
You should know Orca.......you've been blowing them out your blow hole for months.

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#94 Mar 21, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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You could never count, seems today there are a net 1 Million more jobs created than when he took office as the Bush Economic disaster was shredding American jobs at a pace of 750,000 per month.
hahahaah prove it. With provable DOLS figures
Eric Gustafson

Newport News, VA

#96 Mar 21, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>hahahaah prove it. With provable DOLS figures
ROFLMAO....... Prove it....

You're the kind of individual who roots for job loss or compensation cuts of American .

I seen where the Republicans are mandating the post office stays open saturday in hope of forcing the postal service to cut staff.

The postal services funding doesn't come from congress there could be no possible reason to burden the Post Office with idiotic mandates other than to create excessive burdens financially as the Republicans have done over time with insane legislation.

the Republicans have forged the loss of 750,000 jobs since 2010 in America. They have managed to promote the loosing of more jobs since 2010 than George Bush created in the private sector in 8 years.

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#97 Mar 21, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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ROFLMAO....... Prove it....
You're the kind of individual who roots for job loss or compensation cuts of American .
I seen where the Republicans are mandating the post office stays open saturday in hope of forcing the postal service to cut staff.
The postal services funding doesn't come from congress there could be no possible reason to burden the Post Office with idiotic mandates other than to create excessive burdens financially as the Republicans have done over time with insane legislation.
the Republicans have forged the loss of 750,000 jobs since 2010 in America. They have managed to promote the loosing of more jobs since 2010 than George Bush created in the private sector in 8 years.
I just proved you an idiot and liar again pork rind, now crawl back under your bed.

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#98 Mar 21, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>You should know Orca.......you've been blowing them
And you just have been blowing.

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#99 Mar 21, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
I just proved
You haven't proved anything in 90,000+ posts, Dumbo.

How are those 14 swing states working out for you, Dumbo?
Anonymous

Owasso, OK

#100 Mar 22, 2013
tha Professor wrote:
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Proof you don't know the difference between leading by appealing to the American people, and campaigning for office. He's trying to do his job, while the GOPee tries to sabotage his efforts and undermine and destroy our economy and our nation.
Why can't we just declare Republicans traitors and start hanging them?:)
It is not a popularity contest you know. A leader leads to the benefit ALL of those he leads, not just a few. A good leader might not be loved by all, but they are respected. President Obama's approval has fallen since a month after the election. He is neither leading nor being respected except from the few that directly benefit from his redistribution program.
Eric Gustafson

Newport News, VA

#101 Mar 22, 2013
Fallen approval rating on not, Obama is in no danger of being as low as George Bush, or John Boehner and Mitch McConnell today, it's not even close. At his lowest approval rating Obama enjoys a doubling of the collective republicans in congress approval rating.

You republicans have a difficult time accepting the reality that America has overwhelmingly rejected and cast aside your politics. You don't want Government because you hope for a lawless society and a retardation of civility here in America.

Much in the same way as large portions of the south operated without respect for Human Rights and respect for the basic guarantees and Freedoms of Americans for more than 100 years after the Civil War.
hol dat thought wrote:
<quoted text>It is not a popularity contest you know. A leader leads to the benefit ALL of those he leads, not just a few. A good leader might not be loved by all, but they are respected. President Obama's approval has fallen since a month after the election. He is neither leading nor being respected except from the few that directly benefit from his redistribution program.

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#102 Mar 22, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
Fallen approval rating on not, Obama is in no danger of being as low as George Bush, or John Boehner and Mitch McConnell today, it's not even close. At his lowest approval rating Obama enjoys a doubling of the collective republicans in congress approval rating.
You republicans have a difficult time accepting the reality that America has overwhelmingly rejected and cast aside your politics. You don't want Government because you hope for a lawless society and a retardation of civility here in America.
Much in the same way as large portions of the south operated without respect for Human Rights and respect for the basic guarantees and Freedoms of Americans for more than 100 years after the Civil War.
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Of course not, you have the whole MSM and the 38 Soros media outlet to prop the boy up. I would have loved to see the press write stories of how Obama promised to end two wars and ended up escalating one and starting 4 more. Don't you wonder where Pink is, Cindy Sheehan about wars or the women of MADD since Obama just let out 4000 illegals that included many with dui's..........I guess the press lost their ink and paper due to the sequester.

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#103 Mar 22, 2013
hol dat thought wrote:
President Obama's approval has fallen since a month after the election.
Bush's approval rating was 22 percent at one point.

Obama's approval rating is 52 percent (Rasmussen, which leans GOP).

Majority approves.

Putting aside approval rating really doesn't mean sh!t, especially the daily approval rating within a few points.

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#104 Mar 22, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
Of course not, you have the whole MSM and the 38 Soros
Yeah, funny how the Soros bogey man didn't work in the 2008 election and the 2012 election but you and your aliases keep rolling around stomping your feet screaming about Soros.

As if someone somewhere gave a sh!t.

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#106 Mar 22, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Bush's approval rating was 22 percent at one point.
Obama's approval rating is 52 percent (Rasmussen, which leans GOP).
Majority approves.
Putting aside approval rating really doesn't mean sh!t, especially the daily approval rating within a few points.
Gallup 46%

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#107 Mar 22, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Yeah, funny how the Soros bogey man didn't work in the 2008 election and the 2012 election but you and your aliases keep rolling around stomping your feet screaming about Soros.
As if someone somewhere gave a sh!t.
Despite sequester, Obama to designate five national monuments, The Sequester Jester.

Biden's One-Night Paris Hotel Tab:$585,000.50...

$459,388.65 Hotel Bill in London...

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#108 Mar 22, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Gallup 46%
Don't care, Dumbo, putting aside you also had Gallop with a seven point leaded the night of the election and you pick whatever poll is most convenient for you.

PS: Gallop poll has fired by USA Today because of its unreliability.

I guess you count yourself lucky, eh?

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#109 Mar 22, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Despite sequester, Obama to designate five national monuments
Don't care, Dumbo.

Gosh, do you think anyone outside the draft dodging junkies on AM radio care?

Are you going to post on topic in 2013?

With at least one fewer aliases, I would think you could work on that goal harder.

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#110 Mar 22, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Don't care, Dumbo.
Gosh, do you think anyone outside the draft dodging junkies on AM radio care?
Are you going to post on topic in 2013?
With at least one fewer aliases, I would think you could work on that goal harder.
OBAMA:'Something has been broken in Syria'...hahaah well isn't he the brilliant one.

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