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Obama to be sworn in for second term

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My problem isn't with 'the right'. My problem is with the non-stop diatribes of people that have no clue what they are talking about, yet seem to be able to pin every slight at the feet of the President.

If Mr. Romney would have won, my problem would still be the same. But, the current attacks against the president go far past the norm. I don't know how you can see them and not be affected.

Well I'm not affected so much because I entirely distrust the POTUS. I don't believe him, believe in him or believe in his vision. I'm not one to spread lies intentionally. Sure I've probably been wrapped up in a few but I don't stick around if it gets too carried away and I'll stand down if I'm wrong. If I'm speaking of something it's because I believe it. Like this gun fiasco for instance. I'm not crying that they're going to take all of our guns away but I don't believe for a second that they don't want to. You'll say its stupid to complain about something that isn't going to happen but on the flip side if nobody complained I don't believe for an instant that guns would not be banned. They'd yank em from us in a heartbeat if we didn't speak up. Why wouldn't they? There is great contempt for the founding principals of this country within this administration and a large bulk of the left. It's who I am, it's what I think and if that means we remain a nation divided then so be it because I'm not going to be complacent with views I disagree with. You can cram that majority talk. That doesn't mean sit back and shut up. My general demeanor in life is to get along and I agree with you that it's volatile when it comes to politics but most of us are going to fall towards one side or the other and I'm just too concerned not to voice my opinion. I know it doesn't help the discourse but that's just how it is.

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The maturity and civility went out the window when the Constitution became involved and Taxation without representation became the norm. Last hour Backroom deals aside.

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My problem isn't with 'the right'. My problem is with the non-stop diatribes of people that have no clue what they are talking about, yet seem to be able to pin every slight at the feet of the President.

How 'bout the multitude of people that knows what they are talking about and are able to place blame where it belongs? No, it's not all the Socialists but they have the lion's share. Obama just today said that he can no longer pin anything on Bush. We pasted that point long ago. Can we hold him to that?

If Mr. Romney would have won, my problem would still be the same. But, the current attacks against the president go far past the norm. I don't know how you can see them and not be affected.

Well again, that would not have been a problem if the Socialists were not so jealous of gaining the Whitehouse at the cost of everything else. These are not normal times. We are seeing the dismantling of our Constitution right before our eyes. Most people are not going to just sit idly by while that happens.

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The maturity and civility went out the window when the Constitution became involved and Taxation without representation became the norm. Last hour Backroom deals aside.

Precisely. These things have extracted lots of emotion and emotion doesn't equate to maturity. Maturity only controls emotion and some things require that emotions run loose. Voices must be heard and feelings must be known.

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Of course by then it will be too late. We won't have Freedom of Speech, No guns, and we'll all be worshipping the Great and Powerful Allah.

:innocent::whistle:

Well it would be about time. He was suppose to do that during his first term! Damn politicans and never keeping their promises.

Seems Obama references the rights of gay people in his speech. Think that might be a first. Be interesting to see if it goes anywhere or if it's lip service.

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Here's one of the Bush inaugurations:

So, basically - Yes.

Ruddy hell, that's crazy. No wonder there's a "them and us" mindset, the pollies are up there looking down on the cheering masses...

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I may extremely dislike Obama, but I suppose I can congratulate him.

Although that sense of kindness will only last for the next few minutes.

And...

Yep. It's gone now.

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Congratulations to President Obama! I think he's done a great job, all things considering. Yes the country is divided but the majority call the shots and they wanted Obama.

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Congratulations to President Obama! I think he's done a great job, all things considering. Yes the country is divided but the majority call the shots and they wanted Obama.

Please explain how he has done a "great Job"?

Blacks voted for him because he's black(as stated by them).

Women voted for him because they think that being able to kill there own child is some how a woman's right.

Whites voted for him because of white guilt.

Gays voted for him because of gay marriage.

Democrats voted for him because he's a democrat.

Not to mention those who voted for him because of his celebrity status.

No one voted for him because they thought he can fix the problems in the USA, and if they did then I can only wonder where they have been for the last 4 years that he has done nothing.

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AHAHAHAhahahah epic... good one..

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If it weren't for Michelle's new bangs, this whole ceremony would have been a flop. :P

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He has been a great leader and the American majority saw fit to re elect him.

lol. wanna buy a bridge?

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Please explain how he has done a "great Job"?

Blacks voted for him because he's black(as stated by them).

Women voted for him because they think that being able to kill there own child is some how a woman's right.

Whites voted for him because of white guilt.

Gays voted for him because of gay marriage.

Democrats voted for him because he's a democrat.

Not to mention those who voted for him because of his celebrity status.

No one voted for him because they thought he can fix the problems in the USA, and if they did then I can only wonder where they have been for the last 4 years that he has done nothing.

You missed one:

Most voted for him because he wasn't Bush or Romney.

I like your list though.

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