Bush is a hero

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<quoted text>Perhaps. As someone who has career military in her family, I've yet to see exactly what support she has offered to military families. There was an episode of "Hot in Cleveland" where the governor's wife was supposed to be working on childhood obesity. She had a poster child she said wasn't fat enough. Makes me think of Michelle. what exactly has she done, if you don't mind sharing? Not that as first lady that she is obligated to do anything but she said she would. I like her fine but it appears she is as wobbly as her husband.
She has raised two lovely daughters and that is really her first obligation.
After one Google search, I came up with this:

“I want to send a very clear message to the men and women who are wearing – or who have worn – our country’s uniform and to their spouses: when you have finished your service to our nation, you’ve got 2,000 great American companies ready and waiting to bring you on board”
– Michelle Obama, August 22, 2012

Jobs, jobs, jobs. She's more invested in them than Congress!

http://www.whitehouse.gov/joiningforces
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<quoted text>After one Google search, I came up with this:
“I want to send a very clear message to the men and women who are wearing – or who have worn – our country’s uniform and to their spouses: when you have finished your service to our nation, you’ve got 2,000 great American companies ready and waiting to bring you on board”
– Michelle Obama, August 22, 2012
Jobs, jobs, jobs. She's more invested in them than Congress!
http://www.whitehouse.gov/joiningforces
Or is it only rhetoric. Like I said not seen a thing.

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<quoted text>Or is it only rhetoric. Like I said not seen a thing.
Um, have you LOOKED, or are you determined to discount what she HAS done?

I mean, do you want her to involve herself in causes, or just be an ornament?

Should she be spending her days assembling care packages, or knitting victory socks?

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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Um, have you LOOKED, or are you determined to discount what she HAS done?
I mean, do you want her to involve herself in causes, or just be an ornament?
Should she be spending her days assembling care packages, or knitting victory socks?
You think anything she says or does could convince her?

Please.

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<quoted text>You think anything she says or does could convince her?
Please.
But, but, but..........LisW's all about being 'open-minded', not to mention her innate love of strong, independent, charismatic women....

and stuff.

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WildWeirdWillie wrote:
<quoted text>You think anything she says or does could convince her?
Please.
Willie.

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lisw wrote:
<quoted text>Willie.
Is this some sort of truncated 'siren song', or just a lisw-style admonishment?

Did WWW 'cross a line' expressing his opinion?

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You are correct about my pre-election silence (of course, I don't agree with your assessment of our President).
I was a newby, and I didn't want to count my chickens before they hatched.
I would have ended up with egg on my face had the prediction of your "group" been confirmed by the voters.
You certainly don't have to agree with my assessment of "our" President, but I'm curious, Catcher. Exactly what IS your assessment of our President?

I do have one request for any answer you might post: please leave any other president out of it. Stick to this one.

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You sure are a dreamer. Here's another dream for you:
Hillary/Michelle in '16.
Imagine that for a moment.
Armageddon for Lyndi?
No, just curtains for America.

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You certainly don't have to agree with my assessment of "our" President, but I'm curious, Catcher. Exactly what IS your assessment of our President?
I do have one request for any answer you might post: please leave any other president out of it. Stick to this one.
I think Obama is very intelligent, has studied history carefully, is a masterful politician, and cares deeply for his country. He has made mistakes, yes. He has also been faced with the Republican party's attempts to make him fail, whatever the cost (remember the mantra of the early days, the goal was to make him a one-term president). He is by no means the socialist as some attempt to characterize him.

Obama also epitomizes "family values". He is a caring and loyal husband and father, making him (and Michelle) an example for others.

That's pretty much it in a nutshell. I realize I won't get much agreement here.

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No, just curtains for America.
Your turn. Why do you think a Hillary/Michelle administration would be "curtains"?

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I think Obama is very intelligent, has studied history carefully, is a masterful politician, and cares deeply for his country. He has made mistakes, yes. He has also been faced with the Republican party's attempts to make him fail, whatever the cost (remember the mantra of the early days, the goal was to make him a one-term president). He is by no means the socialist as some attempt to characterize him.

Obama also epitomizes "family values". He is a caring and loyal husband and father, making him (and Michelle) an example for others.
That's pretty much it in a nutshell. I realize I won't get much agreement here.
First of all, I sincerely thank you for taking the time to answer my question. But perhaps I should have been more specific. In your opinion, what has Obama ACCOMPLISHED? Never mind what he hasn't done for whatever reason--what HAS he done?

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Your turn. Why do you think a Hillary/Michelle administration would be "curtains"?
Because Hillary is a secular-progressive more interested in her career than in what's best for the nation and Michelle Obama has openly said the first time in her early-middle-aged life she was proud of this country was when her husband was nominated for POTUS. I do not believe either one of them can be trusted to put the nation's interests ahead of their own.

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Bush aint NO HERO!

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I should add that I think the point is moot, since I'm 99% sure that a Hillary/Michelle Obama ticket ain't about to happen.

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First of all, I sincerely thank you for taking the time to answer my question. But perhaps I should have been more specific. In your opinion, what has Obama ACCOMPLISHED? Never mind what he hasn't done for whatever reason--what HAS he done?
If you don't mind, I'll have to get back to you on this.

It's Friday night and I'm feeling mellow.

I don't want to get depress about the lack of progress.

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If you don't mind, I'll have to get back to you on this.
It's Friday night and I'm feeling mellow.
I don't want to get depress about the lack of progress.
LOL

No problem. There's times I just don't want to get into it, either--and that includes OFFline :)

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LOL
No problem. There's times I just don't want to get into it, either--and that includes OFFline :)
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I think Obama is very intelligent, has studied history carefully, is a masterful politician, and cares deeply for his country. He has made mistakes, yes. He has also been faced with the Republican party's attempts to make him fail, whatever the cost (remember the mantra of the early days, the goal was to make him a one-term president). He is by no means the socialist as some attempt to characterize him.
Obama also epitomizes "family values". He is a caring and loyal husband and father, making him (and Michelle) an example for others.
That's pretty much it in a nutshell. I realize I won't get much agreement here.
President Obama is, indeed, a con(!)sumate politician. He is a centrist who leans more heavily to the right, but whose 'Executive Policy' leans ostensibly to the left. The man has been re-elected to the highest office in the country, by appealing to the most voters who would otherwise vote the other way. That's American politics.

His wife has exemplified the best qualities of every publicly effective First Lady: Decisively and unashamedly raising her children; involvement in causes dear to her, regardless of popular sentiment; availability to the Public; and an innate fashion sense.

Three more years, and it's on to the next one.
One can only hope it's not Jeb Bush, although of all the dynastic heirs to that 'throne', he's the least offensive to the base of conservatives who USED TO comprise the Republican party.

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Catcher1 wrote:
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If you don't mind, I'll have to get back to you on this.
It's Friday night and I'm feeling mellow.
I don't want to get depress about the lack of progress.
You seem to be committed to a pattern in this regard.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

(please excuse any irony)

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