Katy Perry wears dress with Obama slo...

Katy Perry wears dress with Obama slogan at rally

There are 26 comments on the WZZK-FM Birmingham story from Nov 3, 2012, titled Katy Perry wears dress with Obama slogan at rally. In it, WZZK-FM Birmingham reports that:

Pop star Katy Perry is sporting a skin-tight minidress with President Barack Obama's campaign slogan "Forward" emblazoned across it at the president's rally in Milwaukee.

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“There is no such thing”

Since: May 08

as a reasonable person

#23 Nov 4, 2012


The ideal form of government is democracy tempered with assassination.
Voltaire

“The only difference between Obama and Bush is that Obama is killing more people. He’s about double the numbers now. Can you imagine if McCain had won and did precisely what Obama has done, with every speech and every political maneuver overseas? There’d be riots in the streets about the people we’re killing. And yet because it’s Obama, and he’s better looking and better at reading the teleprompter, we let him get away with it.”
― Penn Jillette
Hussein Last Minute Panic

Denver, CO

#24 Nov 4, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
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The amusing part of your desperate tirade is the fact that President Obama has strong leads in all the states that had/has early voting due in part to the massive turnout among Black and Latino voters… that along with all of the polls showing President Obama leading in most or statistically tied in a few battleground states. Hell, of the 22 polls that came out on Friday – President Obama was leading in 19 of them tied in 2 and down by one in 1 has to really be depressing.
What’s even more amusing – as well as pathetic is the fact that you think that that the stupidity that you post on here can be circulated to have some effect on the election…
Go check out http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/ and you’ll see that President Obama (as of this posting) has an 85% chance of winning re-election with about 306 Electoral Votes (he only needs 270 to win).
WeTheSheeple wrote:
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Yeah, because so many people base their vote on who the newspaper endorses......
You people are really getting desperate now that it's clear Romney is going to lose.
In none of the national polls has Hussein passed 50.

November 4, 2012

"'I am a nice guy' who loves 'working with Republicans'. I want everybody to be clear, there are still going to be some struggles and some fights," Mr. Obama said. "I'm a very nice guy, people will tell you."

"Vote for Revenge";
dismissing John McCain's offer to work with him on health care reform by contemptuously stating "the election is over John" and walking away;
"I bring a gun to a knife fight";
"I am the only one standing between you and pitchforks" ;
'I won" (his response to Republicans who came forward with ideas for crafting the stimulus-that he ignored and treated with the contemptuous "I won");
"typical white person";
"Stage 3 Romnesia";
Republicans are members of the Flat Earth Society who need legislation broken up into small pieces to understand it; "bitter clingers";
people won't vote for me because I have "a funny name and did I mention I was black" whose face is not like the faces on dollar bills;
chaos in the Middle East and murders of Americans are "bumps in the road" "suboptimal";
I am here as "eye candy";
it's all George Bush's fault;
"I am a better speechwriter than my speechwriters, better political director than my political director";
"jokingly" comparing his bad bowling to Special Olympic athletes;
"stop cryin' " (to African-Americans who complain he has not done enough for them);
inviting Paul Ryan to sit in the front of the audience when discussing fiscal issues just to insult him publicly to his face;
Romney is a "bullshitter";

And to top it off:

Americans should say 'thank you" to me.

The list of insults he enjoys spewing and examples of him Not working with Republicans and Not being a nice guy is a long one.

Why would any American give their vote to this man?

Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2012/11/o...
Mothra

Phoenix, AZ

#25 Nov 4, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
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Go check out http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/ and you’ll see that President Obama (as of this posting) has an 85% chance of winning re-election with about 306 Electoral Votes (he only needs 270 to win).
A thought from a much-cited voice these days:

In almost every competitive general election, the party that loses the contest has also lost independent voters. This is because most people (although less so in gubernatorial elections) vote strictly along party lines: the Democrat might be all but guaranteed 80 to 90 percent of the Democratic vote, and the Republican 80 to 90 percent of the Republican vote. Except in certain regions of the country where one or another party encompasses a particularly wide range of ideologies (such as NY-23&#8242;s Republicans or vestigial “Solid South” Democrats), it’s independents who swing the vote, since they represent the overwhelming majority of the votes which are up-for-grabs. This must necessarily be the case.

– Nate Silver [538 blog], November 5, 2009

Here are some totally irrelevant recent polling numbers:

Romney lead among independents in NPR national poll: 51-39
Romney lead among independents in CBS/New York Times national poll: 51-39
Romney lead among independents in Pew national poll: 48-40
Romney lead among independents in Fox News national poll: 46-39

http://www.nationalreview.com/campaign-spot/3...
Justin

Richmond, VA

#26 Nov 5, 2012
Mothra wrote:
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In their blatant attempt to pump up President Obama’s crowd sizes, the media has taken to inventing seats at arenas. Yesterday, the Chicago Sun-Times reported:
With help from pop sensation Katy Perry, President Barack Obama drew 20,000 people Saturday as he trumpeted his accomplishments in office and urged people not only to vote, but to volunteer in the closing days before the election.
“It’s good to be so close to home!” he shouted to roars inside the Delta Center in downtown Milwaukee.
That claim was also reported by the Hollywood Reporter and various other outlets.
Only one problem: the capacity for the Delta Center in Milwaukee is 12,580.
Oops.
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journalism/2012/...
I kind of doubt the Democrats would be counting pregnant women twice, so that doesn't explain it.
ObamaIsOsama

La Puente, CA

#27 Nov 5, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
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The amusing part of your desperate tirade is the fact that President Obama has strong leads in all the states that had/has early voting due in part to the massive turnout among Black and Latino voters… that along with all of the polls showing President Obama leading in most or statistically tied in a few battleground states. Hell, of the 22 polls that came out on Friday – President Obama was leading in 19 of them tied in 2 and down by one in 1 has to really be depressing.
What’s even more amusing – as well as pathetic is the fact that you think that that the stupidity that you post on here can be circulated to have some effect on the election…
Go check out http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/ and you’ll see that President Obama (as of this posting) has an 85% chance of winning re-election with about 306 Electoral Votes (he only needs 270 to win).
I can't wait to vote on Tuesday!

“Here we go!”

Since: Feb 07

Tampa, FL

#28 Nov 5, 2012
His mom will have to Baker Act him on Wednesday...
Steve wrote:
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More things to fantasize about from your basement room in your mothers home you fake marine douchebag

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