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#1    Merc14

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 09:33 PM

Does believing Obama mean you are racist?  I ask the question seriously because the man stands up there and when questioned about these 4 massive  scandals, all of which were designed to make sure he was reelected in 2012, he tells doesn't know a thing about any of them.  Not a thing but he'll fix it just like he fixed the deficit and unemployment.

No other sitting president would ever get away with this, not even Clinton.   How could a President be so completely ignorant and out of touch as to not have a clue any of this had been going on?  Where was the man for 8 hours while his embassy was under attack because apparently no one thought to inform him of this event.

So, if no other president would be allowed to just say "I didn't know a thing!" why does the left and the MSM (same thing)  let Obama skate.  Why do they accept this ridiculous excuse?  Is it because hey view him as different than anyone else who has been president because of the color of his skin and isn't that the definition of racism?

I certainly have zero doubt the man was aware of most of this and blessed it.  It just isn't possible his staff never whispered to the man that his progressive minions at the IRS were handling the Tea Party thing and the problem of the Citizens United case.  Yet so many here believe he was completely unaware of anything while controlling so much power and so many spies in all areas of the system.  Why?

Nice midterms democrats.  As Pelosi says, "Embrace the suck".

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 09:41 PM

View PostMerc14, on 16 May 2013 - 09:33 PM, said:

Does believing Obama mean you are racist?  I ask the question seriously because the man stands up there and when questioned about these 4 massive  scandals, all of which were designed to make sure he was reelected in 2012, he tells doesn't know a thing about any of them.  Not a thing but he'll fix it just like he fixed the deficit and unemployment.

No other sitting president would ever get away with this, not even Clinton.   How could a President be so completely ignorant and out of touch as to not have a clue any of this had been going on?  Where was the man for 8 hours while his embassy was under attack because apparently no one thought to inform him of this event.

So, if no other president would be allowed to just say "I didn't know a thing!" why does the left and the MSM (same thing)  let Obama skate.  Why do they accept this ridiculous excuse?  Is it because hey view him as different than anyone else who has been president because of the color of his skin and isn't that the definition of racism?

I certainly have zero doubt the man was aware of most of this and blessed it.  It just isn't possible his staff never whispered to the man that his progressive minions at the IRS were handling the Tea Party thing and the problem of the Citizens United case.  Yet so many here believe he was completely unaware of anything while controlling so much power and so many spies in all areas of the system.  Why?

I think most don't really believe him, anymore, but some are living in denial....

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 09:52 PM

I think the question should be, who sees him as a President and not through the lens of paranoia. I don't believe any living President has had the number of "urban legends" attributed to him more than President Obama.  So it is hard to quantify his presidency without taking into consideration that so many are seeing him through that distorted lens. Am I saying he's perfect? Absolutely not, no one is, but reality and truth have been subverted of late into spin and fear mongering. Plenty of other Presidents have had to deal with scandals, issues that have come up etc, but who they were as people was something that wasn't altogether questioned. When the Iran Contra scandal broke, when to me it seemed that if the President knew or didn't know about what was going on right under his nose, the public seemed to ignore if he knew or should have known and gave him the benefit of the doubt because he was "Ronald Reagan" older, white male, so he must be trustworthy.  If anything the bizarre, paranoidal scrutiny that Obama has faced has meant that those who don't believe in his policies don't believe in them not because they don't agree with them but they don't agree with HIM, personally, with who he is.

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 10:20 PM

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Absolutely not, no one is, but reality and truth have been subverted of late into spin and fear mongering.
Could you please elaborate?


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Posted 16 May 2013 - 10:36 PM

View Postdarkmoonlady, on 16 May 2013 - 09:52 PM, said:

I think the question should be, who sees him as a President and not through the lens of paranoia. I don't believe any living President has had the number of "urban legends" attributed to him more than President Obama.  So it is hard to quantify his presidency without taking into consideration that so many are seeing him through that distorted lens. Am I saying he's perfect? Absolutely not, no one is, but reality and truth have been subverted of late into spin and fear mongering. Plenty of other Presidents have had to deal with scandals, issues that have come up etc, but who they were as people was something that wasn't altogether questioned. When the Iran Contra scandal broke, when to me it seemed that if the President knew or didn't know about what was going on right under his nose, the public seemed to ignore if he knew or should have known and gave him the benefit of the doubt because he was "Ronald Reagan" older, white male, so he must be trustworthy.  If anything the bizarre, paranoidal scrutiny that Obama has faced has meant that those who don't believe in his policies don't believe in them not because they don't agree with them but they don't agree with HIM, personally, with who he is.

People started to wake up under Bush's last term. The bankster bail-out began the great awakening. And thank God for it. 0bama supported it, and continued it. Thats how all this started. We as Americans have been far to indifferent to what our government has been doing. Now 0bama has wilfully allowed 4 Americans to be killed without even trying to help them. Has unleashed the IRS on his political enemies. Has used the IRS to set up a "charity" in his brothers name without ever even applying for tax exempt status, but getting it anyway. Lied about damn near everything he said during his first campaign, and you think this is just a personal vendetta against him? That is absurd.

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 10:41 PM

Even Chris Mathews is throwing 0bama under the bus now LOL

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 10:52 PM

IMPEACH ! AND BIDEN ALONG WITH HIM !

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 10:54 PM

View PostDan, on 16 May 2013 - 10:20 PM, said:

Could you please elaborate?

The Birthers and those who think he is Muslim come to mind.  The thirteen percent of Americans think he is the Anti-Christ.  The people who think he is the Devil from the history channel.  The people who think he is a Socialist.
I'm not saying he is a great president (I voted for Gary Johnson), but his detractors come off to me as bat crazy looney at times.

As for the scandals- After spending millions of tax payer dollars investigating Fast and Furious with the end result of a contempt charge, I'd have to say I am a little reluctant to buy into the hoopla surrounding the current scandals.  Get me some convictions and throw some people in jail and then go ahead and put it all over the news.  Putting it in the news before that is just party propaganda designed to stir up the mindless masses, in my opinion.


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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:10 PM

View Postpreacherman76, on 16 May 2013 - 10:36 PM, said:

People started to wake up under Bush's last term. The bankster bail-out began the great awakening. And thank God for it. 0bama supported it, and continued it. Thats how all this started. We as Americans have been far to indifferent to what our government has been doing. Now 0bama has wilfully allowed 4 Americans to be killed without even trying to help them. Has unleashed the IRS on his political enemies. Has used the IRS to set up a "charity" in his brothers name without ever even applying for tax exempt status, but getting it anyway. Lied about damn near everything he said during his first campaign, and you think this is just a personal vendetta against him? That is absurd.

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The problem is that no one knew anything about this guy when they voted him in, just his great cars salesman speeches and the fact that he was....Do I dare say it...BLACK. Everyone was so caught up in having the "First Black President". You'd think after FOUR years of failed campaign promises, people wouldn't have been so stupid as to vote him back in, yet they did! And I thought people were dumb for voting for Bush, Jr. twice....
Obama is a socialist. He is trying to destroy America. Watch "2016: Obama's America". The movie is eye-opening.
Obama is just like every other politician in Washington. He lies, all the time, yet no one calls him on it. He has the most crooked politicians in his inner circle (Clinton, Holder). Not to mention he was a politician in CHICAGO the most crooked city in America. What else did people expect?
Impeach him already! :yes:


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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:10 PM

View PostGromdor, on 16 May 2013 - 10:54 PM, said:

The Birthers and those who think he is Muslim come to mind.  The thirteen percent of Americans think he is the Anti-Christ.  The people who think he is the Devil from the history channel.  The people who think he is a Socialist.
I'm not saying he is a great president (I voted for Gary Johnson), but his detractors come off to me as bat crazy looney at times.

As for the scandals- After spending millions of tax payer dollars investigating Fast and Furious with the end result of a contempt charge, I'd have to say I am a little reluctant to buy into the hoopla surrounding the current scandals.  Get me some convictions and throw some people in jail and then go ahead and put it all over the news.  Putting it in the news before that is just party propaganda designed to stir up the mindless masses, in my opinion.

Well that is a more then understandable concern. These people have operated as though they are above the law for a very long time with no legal action against them what so ever. Ive been watching the last few days very close though, and I gotta say it seems like the rats are jumping ship. So Im crossing fingers and hoping that justice will be served this time around. These are all huge scandal's. If nothing comes of all this, then we are in big trouble.

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:14 PM

View Postpreacherman76, on 16 May 2013 - 10:41 PM, said:

Even Chris Mathews is throwing 0bama under the bus now LOL
Makes you wonder what he's feeling up his leg these days ;)

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:23 PM

View Postpreacherman76, on 16 May 2013 - 10:41 PM, said:

Even Chris Mathews is throwing 0bama under the bus now LOL

View Postand then, on 16 May 2013 - 11:14 PM, said:

Makes you wonder what he's feeling up his leg these days ;)

Yep, sure does. :tu:


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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:24 PM

View PostKowalski, on 16 May 2013 - 11:10 PM, said:

:tu:

The problem is that no one knew anything about this guy when they voted him in, just his great cars salesman speeches and the fact that he was....Do I dare say it...BLACK. Everyone was so caught up in having the "First Black President". You'd think after FOUR years of failed campaign promises, people wouldn't have been so stupid as to vote him back in, yet they did! And I thought people were dumb for voting for Bush, Jr. twice....
Obama is a socialist. He is trying to destroy America. Watch "2016: Obama's America". The movie is eye-opening.
Obama is just like every other politician in Washington. He lies, all the time, yet no one calls him on it. He has the most crooked politicians in his inner circle (Clinton, Holder). Not to mention he was a politician in CHICAGO the most crooked city in America. What else did people expect?
Impeach him already! :yes:

Great post. The only thing im not sure of is him being a socialist. I think he uses that as a mask to hide the fact that he's a fascist.

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:36 PM

View Postdarkmoonlady, on 16 May 2013 - 09:52 PM, said:

I think the question should be, who sees him as a President and not through the lens of paranoia. I don't believe any living President has had the number of "urban legends" attributed to him more than President Obama.  So it is hard to quantify his presidency without taking into consideration that so many are seeing him through that distorted lens. Am I saying he's perfect? Absolutely not, no one is, but reality and truth have been subverted of late into spin and fear mongering. Plenty of other Presidents have had to deal with scandals, issues that have come up etc, but who they were as people was something that wasn't altogether questioned. When the Iran Contra scandal broke, when to me it seemed that if the President knew or didn't know about what was going on right under his nose, the public seemed to ignore if he knew or should have known and gave him the benefit of the doubt because he was "Ronald Reagan" older, white male, so he must be trustworthy.  If anything the bizarre, paranoidal scrutiny that Obama has faced has meant that those who don't believe in his policies don't believe in them not because they don't agree with them but they don't agree with HIM, personally, with who he is.
Reagan never got a pass.  He was immediately accused and held responsible.  The difference here is the MSM and people like you, who wouldn't hesitate to implicate any other president, mysteriously assume this one is telling the truth when he says he had no idea any of these things were going on.   You'd laugh at any other president and rightfully so but Barry gets a pass.  Hmmm.  Must be a reason. You folks love throwing the racism bomb around, it certainly flew like snow during the election yet here you are setting different rules for this  man and won't explain why.

Edited by Merc14, 16 May 2013 - 11:43 PM.

Nice midterms democrats.  As Pelosi says, "Embrace the suck".

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:56 PM

Getting in for a second term clearly shows that a high percentage of Americans still wanted him in there.  I guess he's doing some things right, after all he won!

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