Obama is a uniter after all!!!

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    After watching two presidential campaigns where Barry was inciting class warfare, I thought he was a divider, not a uniter. But if he can get Rush and the ever fat Michael Moore on the same side of an issue, I will admit . . . I was wrong. Barry is a uniter.

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainmen...over-nsa-phone-tapping-scandal/#ixzz2W3WAm4lQ
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    Oh sweet Lord, now I KNOW the world's coming to an end!!!! :jeez:
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    seriously.....why did Obama ever have credibilty with anybody on anything?

    only two ways this was possible

    1. you're a partisan lemming
    2. you weren't paying attention


    the evidence of duplicity was overwhelming on this guy even in 2008. Now I could understand if someone got caught up in the hoopla in 2008 but there was no excuse in 2012.

    Romney was the better candidate by any measurable standard.....and I'm not saying Romney isn't a duplicitous politician. however, he was a better qualified candidate.
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    Another example of the unintended consequences from an overreaching, totoalitarian, regime. Who'd of thunk it?
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    :grin:
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    I believe it was discovered Romney's use of the phrase 'hard work' too many times during his campaign, scared most of the voters away.
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    There is a bit of disconnect going on in our society. If you live in or travel to counties in Florida where the majority of residents are receiving government checks (social security) and are on medicare and where a good # of the poor are on food stamps and other federal programs, there doesn't seem to be much of a recession or downturn. Restaurants busy, malls busy, grocery stores humming. Same with DC area. All surrounding counties have barely noticed the economic stagnation...government dependent and Trillion dollar deficits pumping money in.

    Travel to other counties/areas where there is not as high a % of guvmint programs/checks....different deal.

    My theory is that is why 50% of the population are really oblivious to what the regime is doing. As long as the free money flows, they are locked in on The Voice and Idol.
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    It's not a surprise at all that there are prominent liberals criticizing Obama for this, as they have done plenty of that to this point for a variety of issues

    Mainly for being a corporatist

    You wouldn't see this from the right though, it would be circling the bandwagons
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    And two more highly (no pun intended) and widely (no pun intended) admired Americans can be found in this great land!
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    If the conservatives in government were doing what Hussein is doing now we would be pissed at them too. I knew BO was FOS day 1, he has concreted my position. To bad it's taken other people this long to see him for what he is.
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    In case you didn't notice, Michael More isn't just criticizing King Barry, he believes Barry has no credibility. Barry must have thought his socialist kool-aid drinkers and the LMSM would run cover for him all 8 of his years in office. Who knew his very own cheerleaders and the LMSM would out him.
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    Too bad this didn't happen before the election. Obama could have moved foot soldiers from Florida to north Carolina.
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    When you have Michael Moore now bashing Hussein........
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    It's win/win baby! I send Carney out now to announce it.
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    Not only bashing him, but the article says he "hopped on the bandwagon." I would give $50 to see that tub hopping on anything. :grin:
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    hmmm.....

    not sure if you were paying attention. but did you happen to notice how the democrats took control of the congress in 2006? You see the states/districts where they grabbed a lot of seats? Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, red areas of Ohio and Virginia.

    That was the result of discontent within the republican party and to a large degree a protest non/vote. Notice how when the GOP took back the house by winning back the seats in those same districts?

    Did you forget that you and your liberal brethren were reveling in all the news stories about the declining membership in the republican party between 2006-2008?

    Have you noticed that the fissures in basic ideology between libertarian leaning conservatives and the republican party establishment? That groups like the Tea Party are giving the republican party far more headaches than they are Obama in democrats?


    or does the idea of republican solidarity just fit a more desired narrative?

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