New book details how Obama questioned his own ability to win re-election

Nov 3, 2013 Full story: Yahoo! 103

After President Obama's mediocre first debate performance against Mitt Romney in 2012, he reportedly told advisors "I just don't know if I can do this," when they urged him to turn around his re-election campaign.

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Cat74

Elgin, IL

#73 Nov 4, 2013
Obama is running for cover. This Obamacare thing is going to be a lose, lose problem for all Democrats, not just Obama bear. I have never seen a President's place in history deteriorate so quickly. It took Nixon years. It is taking this guy months.

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#74 Nov 4, 2013
John wrote:
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So the Conservative Party would never be able to win an election ever again.
Music to my ears.

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#75 Nov 4, 2013
The Democrats Jackass wrote:
<quoted text>Phew. PU.
You are really stinking up the joint.
No-one has to delegitimize Obama.
He's doing that all be himself! LOL
40% approval rating and dropping like a stone.
Ain't that sumpin"
Do Obama a favor and stop trying to help him. LOL
You are terrible at it.
I hope that babble gave you a thrill. I'm sure it was easier than addressing my points.

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#76 Nov 4, 2013
The Democrats Jackass wrote:
Just what we need.
A president without any real confidence.
That fiasco is over. Obama is now president.

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#77 Nov 4, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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why would they want jobs? They got the postman bringing them free shit every month around the first...if that don't gettum thru the month, they know ways to add to their 'income'.
Spend a day in their shoes (if they have any) and maybe you'll see the truth, my friend.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#78 Nov 4, 2013
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Spend a day in their shoes (if they have any) and maybe you'll see the truth, my friend.
The last 50 years of my life have been spent around them. I know more about them than I could relate to you in 4000 characters or less. I've worked with em, drank with em, fought with them, spent 60-70 hours a week with em, loaned money to em, cried at a few of thems funerals, and so on.

Their passion for out of wedlock children, with no father, and their propensity for crime and violence, prevents them generally from anything that resembles normal behavior. They didn't work out, and they took us down with em.

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#79 Nov 4, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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hip, hip, hooray, but the question still lingers....when the people that don't pay taxes, can control the people that do, is that good or bad?
the questions get tougher. Any brilliant lib listening can chime in with their answer.
The control you're referring to does not exist. The "haves" still have a stranglehold on America. Although technically it's "one man/one vote", the limitless money thrown at campaigns by the wealthy nearly always turns the tide in their favor.

In dollars, many votes are bought. In a true democracy, campaign donations would be divided equally among candidates. That way all adult citizens would be equally represented.
Sgt Common Sense

United States

#80 Nov 4, 2013
The Obama Chastisement wrote:
Obama is God's chastisement for becoming a degenerate nation of Hollywood worshiping, pro-abortion, disordered homosexual marriage "lifestyle" approving, Judeo-Christian values hating, politically correct, Marxist tolerant fools.
Thank God you're in the permanent minority now.
Crazy is no longer fashionable in politics.
Bye bye Teabaggers!

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#81 Nov 4, 2013
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>The control you're referring to does not exist. The "haves" still have a stranglehold on America. Although technically it's "one man/one vote", the limitless money thrown at campaigns by the wealthy nearly always turns the tide in their favor.
In dollars, many votes are bought. In a true democracy, campaign donations would be divided equally among candidates. That way all adult citizens would be equally represented.
ok, I'll put your answer in the 'undecided' bin for now. it was really only a question that called for a short answer. The 'haves' stranglehold will probably loosen, after a few more years of Obama, and Obama-lite(Hillary). When that happens, the tax base will consist of nothing but politicians. good luck with that.
Sgt Common Sense

United States

#82 Nov 4, 2013
LookingToEscape wrote:
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The popular vote shows accurately how people felt while the electoral college numbers are a distortion.
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I can understand why you want to hide behind the electoral college numbers. Using those numbers is like hiding behind your computer telling women what a big penis you really have.
So you agree that the people wanted Gore not Bush!?

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#83 Nov 4, 2013
Sgt Common Sense wrote:
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So you agree that the people wanted Gore not Bush!?
Shows you how the electoral college works.
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After seeing several Gore emotional break downs since the 2000 election, I am glad Gore didn't get in.

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#84 Nov 4, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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The last 50 years of my life have been spent around them. I know more about them than I could relate to you in 4000 characters or less. I've worked with em, drank with em, fought with them, spent 60-70 hours a week with em, loaned money to em, cried at a few of thems funerals, and so on.
Their passion for out of wedlock children, with no father, and their propensity for crime and violence, prevents them generally from anything that resembles normal behavior. They didn't work out, and they took us down with em.
You've done everything but live like them.

You should also realize that when you discriminate in an undifferentiating way against a specific group, a majority of innocent people get caught in the line of fire.

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#85 Nov 4, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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ok, I'll put your answer in the 'undecided' bin for now. it was really only a question that called for a short answer. The 'haves' stranglehold will probably loosen, after a few more years of Obama, and Obama-lite(Hillary). When that happens, the tax base will consist of nothing but politicians. good luck with that.
If that happens I'll join your cause.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#86 Nov 4, 2013
The Democrats Jackass wrote:
We would all be a lot better off if Odumma would have quit while he was ahead.
Now look at him!
He is a disgraced buffoon, who has to live with ridicule from others and remorse at himself for the rest of his Socialist/Communist, citizen deceiving life.
We all know this tune, so why waste good bandwidth replaying the same playlist?

Despite your moniker, Iím guessing that you donít know how the jackass became the Democratís symbol.

Hint: Itís a story similar to President Obama's adoption of the term ďObamacare.Ē
John

Canterbury, UK

#87 Nov 4, 2013
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Music to my ears.
Yeah, it's wonderful how Labour's uncontrolled mass immigration has destroyed the NHS, welfare, education and local services.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#91 Nov 4, 2013
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>You've done everything but live like them.
You should also realize that when you discriminate in an undifferentiating way against a specific group, a majority of innocent people get caught in the line of fire.
and you should realize that they don't live the way its portrayed on the Cosby show.
Sterkrontein Swartkrans

Warrington, PA

#93 Nov 4, 2013
obama got me once but when I realized he was just another clinton republicrat I abstained from the presidential election. When will the party run a REAL Democrat??

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Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#94 Nov 4, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
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the insurance companies are forced to cancel them, as they do not meet the obamacare requirements....duh...insuranc e companies would not run off good customers unless Obama forces them to.
Your definition of 'good' is: those customers that have allowed themselves to be suckered by insurers with high profit, no benefit policies, and heretofore, not being aware of their scam. So instead of dealing honestly with the healthcare coverage buying public, these insurance company grifters now dump them. The ACA is working.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#95 Nov 4, 2013
word is, if you already receive section 8 free housing, future leases will include free obamacare. Just dial 411 on your free obamaphone to sign up.

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Kornfield Kounty

#96 Nov 4, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>GIBBS:'Certainly' Wrong to Promise People Could Keep Their Health Care Plans... Obama's own mouth piece.........sorry pookie.
The attack machine missed the fact Gibbs isn't working for Obama. Tuck your pookie back in your depends. No one is interested.

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