THE PERSON THAT IS IN CHARGE OF MY COUNTRY!

  • MusclFurPeX

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    Jan 25, 2012 3:13 AM GMT
    The person currently in charge of my country. 1. Got Osama bin laden...check 2. unemployment rate 8.5%...check. 3. 1.6 million jobs created with no GOP help...check 4. 22 months of job and economic growth with no help...check 5. Ended war in Iraq ...check 6. DADT repeal...check 7. not one tax hike in 3 years....check 8. Same wife for 15 years with no extra marital affairs...check 9. Save auto industry which got GM back to #1 aut...omaker in the world and 1.5 million jobs.. check 12. Assisted in ousting Ghaddafi...check 10. Only active President to receive Nobel Peace prize while in office. 11. Mortgage modification to prevent home owners from losing their home. 12. STILL fighting for middle class families. 13. 1st president since Roosevelt (GOP) to reform healthcare....check. 14. reformed financial system, first time since FDR. Despite what the GOP would have you believe the President has been doing these things and more by himself.
  • commoncoll

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    Jan 25, 2012 3:36 AM GMT
    No. He hasn't been doing this by himself. Don't be so divided. We don't need partisanship. Everyone needs to work together. Some of the things you listed had been started by the GOP.
  • nanidesukedo

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    Jan 25, 2012 3:39 AM GMT
    commoncoll saidNo. He hasn't been doing this by himself. Don't be so divided. We don't need partisanship. Everyone needs to work together. Some of the things you listed had been started by the GOP.


    You mean had been done in spite of the GOP, not started by, right?
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    Jan 25, 2012 3:43 AM GMT
    I Love my President.
  • commoncoll

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    Jan 25, 2012 4:20 AM GMT
    nanidesukedo said
    commoncoll saidNo. He hasn't been doing this by himself. Don't be so divided. We don't need partisanship. Everyone needs to work together. Some of the things you listed had been started by the GOP.


    You mean had been done in spite of the GOP, not started by, right?

    No. Saving the auto companies especially. That bill was signed in by Bush. Obama extended it.
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    Jan 25, 2012 4:28 AM GMT
    wrestlervic saidI Love my President.

    Liking his policies and thinking he's a great guy is one thing, but you sound just like the poor fools in North Korea worshipping their Dear Leader. Chris Matthews gets a thrill up his leg. Where exactly do you get your thrill?
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    Jan 25, 2012 4:32 AM GMT
    Isn't the hero worship a tiny bit vulgar?
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    Jan 25, 2012 4:43 AM GMT
    Larkin saidIsn't the hero worship a tiny bit vulgar?


    No. It's earned and deserved.
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    Jan 25, 2012 4:50 AM GMT
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    wrestlervic saidI Love my President.

    Liking his policies and thinking he's a great guy is one thing, but you sound just like the poor fools in North Korea worshipping their Dear Leader. Chris Matthews gets a thrill up his leg. Where exactly do you get your thrill?


    This from a man who supports Newt Gingrich. Michelle and Barack put the lie to the conservative myth of family values and the attacks on the FLOTUS demonstrate their hypocrisy.
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    Jan 25, 2012 4:59 AM GMT
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    MusclFurPeX saidThe person currently in charge of my country. 1. Got Osama bin laden...check


    With no assistance from the military procedures put in place before he took office.

    YES. Basic intelligence and a black ops team accomplished in a few weeks what Bush's two wars didn't accomplish.

    MusclFurPeX said2. unemployment rate 8.5%...check.


    Because the number of people who have given up looking for work is at a record high.

    Half the story as usual.


    MusclFurPeX said3. 1.6 million jobs created with no GOP help...check


    At this point in an economic recovery, the number of new jobs created by the economy should be much higher.

    What was the growth in GDP three years after the last economic collapse?

    MusclFurPeX said4. 22 months of job and economic growth with no help...check


    Tepid growth. 1%? 2%? We should be at 5%+ at this point in the recovery cycle.

    See above.

    MusclFurPeX said5. Ended war in Iraq ...check


    Ummm.... The Iraqi government told us to get out.

    US and Iraqi government observed status of forces agreement in existence when BO took office. But he didn't try to extend or further occupy the country.

    MusclFurPeX said6. DADT repeal...check


    Check.

    MusclFurPeX said7. not one tax hike in 3 years....check


    Delusional. Obamacare is a HUGE tax hike. Tanning salon tax anyone?

    Obama has not raised taxes his firth three years in office. In fact, he cut them.

    MusclFurPeX said8. Same wife for 15 years with no extra marital affairs...check


    That's a "presidential accomplishment?" icon_rolleyes.gif

    Hey. It's that family value that no one on the right seems to be able to manage.

    MusclFurPeX said9. Save auto industry which got GM back to #1 aut...omaker in the world and 1.5 million jobs.. check


    They're still on life support.

    Less than artful dodge.

    MusclFurPeX said12. Assisted in ousting Ghaddafi...check


    No, no, no. We weren't at all involved in "regime change" - Mr. Obama's words.

    The goal was not regime change. It was the outcome of a populist uprising, which was supported by NATO.

    MusclFurPeX said10. Only active President to receive Nobel Peace prize while in office.


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    MusclFurPeX said11. Mortgage modification to prevent home owners from losing their home.


    Are you high? Foreclosures are still proceeding at a breakneck rate.

    More could be done here. What's the Republican plan? Romney's is to foreclose on as many families as possible. Not a winning position.

    MusclFurPeX said12. STILL fighting for middle class families.


    Incorrect. Keystone XL would have put hundreds of thousands of the middle class back to work. And that's just one example.

    Keystone would have created 4,200 temporary jobs, whjile threatening the acquifer of seven states.

    MusclFurPeX said13. 1st president since Roosevelt (GOP) to reform healthcare....check.


    Reform? More like destroy.

    Affordable Care Act policies are popular and will become moreso as more come into effect. To date, it has kept millions on healthcare through raising age to 26 and preventing huge premium increases this year.

    MusclFurPeX said14. reformed financial system, first time since FDR.


    Dodd-Frank is reform? More like strangulation. They're still churning out the thousands of pages of arcane regulations that nobody will be able to decipher.

    A complex financial system requires complex regulations

    MusclFurPeX said Despite what the GOP would have you believe the President has been doing these things and more by himself.


    Yeah, like deciding when the Senate is in "recess" so he can bypass the Constitution and make fraudulent appointments.

    Perfectly legal despite conservative whining.

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    Christian73 said
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    wrestlervic saidI Love my President.

    Liking his policies and thinking he's a great guy is one thing, but you sound just like the poor fools in North Korea worshipping their Dear Leader. Chris Matthews gets a thrill up his leg. Where exactly do you get your thrill?

    This from a man who supports Newt Gingrich. Michelle and Barack put the lie to the conservative myth of family values and the attacks on the FLOTUS demonstrate their hypocrisy.

    Does the bullshit you come up with ever cease? Not only do I not support Gingrich, but I have written a few messages highly critical of him. Not surprising you distort much facts from other sources when you will fabricate my own positions directly to me.
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    Christian73 said
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    wrestlervic saidI Love my President.

    Liking his policies and thinking he's a great guy is one thing, but you sound just like the poor fools in North Korea worshipping their Dear Leader. Chris Matthews gets a thrill up his leg. Where exactly do you get your thrill?

    This from a man who supports Newt Gingrich. Michelle and Barack put the lie to the conservative myth of family values and the attacks on the FLOTUS demonstrate their hypocrisy.

    Does the bullshit you come up with ever cease? Not only do I not support Gingrich, but I have written a few messages highly critical of him. Not surprising you distort much facts from other sources when you will fabricate my own positions directly to me.



    I think he's right, Christian.

    Every conservative I've ever met is as individual as their liberal counterparts, although those two terms make me queasy, because to identify so far with political beliefs to the point they are part of who you are is to forget a greater picture, of us as human beings all together, and that what hurts one hurts another. Oh dear lord I sound like Yoda.

    -Doug
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    Jan 25, 2012 5:15 AM GMT
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    I think he's right, Christian.

    Thank you, Doug.
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    Jan 25, 2012 5:38 AM GMT
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    wrestlervic saidI Love my President.

    Liking his policies and thinking he's a great guy is one thing, but you sound just like the poor fools in North Korea worshipping their Dear Leader. Chris Matthews gets a thrill up his leg. Where exactly do you get your thrill?

    This from a man who supports Newt Gingrich. Michelle and Barack put the lie to the conservative myth of family values and the attacks on the FLOTUS demonstrate their hypocrisy.

    Does the bullshit you come up with ever cease? Not only do I not support Gingrich, but I have written a few messages highly critical of him. Not surprising you distort much facts from other sources when you will fabricate my own positions directly to me.


    You may have written critical things of Gingrich but you've also written very positive ones, particularly with respect to his "intellect." I didn't mean you were supporting him for president. I should have been clearer about that.
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    Jan 25, 2012 5:41 AM GMT
    Christian73 saidYou may have written critical things of Gingrich but you've also written very positive ones, particularly with respect to his "intellect." I didn't mean you were supporting him for president. I should have been clearer about that.

    I said he was smart. Do you disagree? But when I did say he was smart, I also said many things negative about him. So your point is what?
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    Jan 25, 2012 5:46 AM GMT
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    Christian73 saidYou may have written critical things of Gingrich but you've also written very positive ones, particularly with respect to his "intellect." I didn't mean you were supporting him for president. I should have been clearer about that.

    I said he was smart. Do you disagree? But when I did say he was smart, I also said many things negative about him. So your point is what?


    Someone else put it best in terms of Gingrich's "intellect" in saying that Newt is what dumb people think smart people sound like. He's not actually very bright or an innovative thinker. If he was, he might not have been bounced out of his academic jobs. Gingrich also never let's facts get in the way of his rhetoric no matter how dishonest or hypocritical that makes him. Truly intelligent people see facts and change their hypothesis. Gingrich never does. Not only that, but he also thinks the American people are dumb enough to think he was a "historian" for Fannie and Freddie.
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    Jan 25, 2012 5:58 AM GMT
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    Christian73 saidYou may have written critical things of Gingrich but you've also written very positive ones, particularly with respect to his "intellect." I didn't mean you were supporting him for president. I should have been clearer about that.

    I said he was smart. Do you disagree? But when I did say he was smart, I also said many things negative about him. So your point is what?

    Someone else put it best in terms of Gingrich's "intellect" in saying that Newt is what dumb people think smart people sound like. He's not actually very bright or an innovative thinker. If he was, he might not have been bounced out of his academic jobs. Gingrich also never let's facts get in the way of his rhetoric no matter how dishonest or hypocritical that makes him. Truly intelligent people see facts and change their hypothesis. Gingrich never does. Not only that, but he also thinks the American people are dumb enough to think he was a "historian" for Fannie and Freddie.

    I don't think many people doubt his intellect, but what often comes from his mouth is absurd because of other problems. But regardless, doesn't matter.
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    Jan 25, 2012 6:06 AM GMT
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    commoncoll saidNo. He hasn't been doing this by himself. Don't be so divided. We don't need partisanship. Everyone needs to work together. Some of the things you listed had been started by the GOP.


    You mean had been done in spite of the GOP, not started by, right?

    No. Saving the auto companies especially. That bill was signed in by Bush. Obama extended it.


    ^^^^^^ is one of the best examples ever of the outgoing president and the incoming president working together to do something IMO very positive for the country.
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    Jan 25, 2012 6:18 AM GMT
    Saw this 4 other times on Facebook. Good job on getting the talking points out there.

    *Your president. Not mine.
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    Jan 25, 2012 6:33 AM GMT
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    Christian73 saidYou may have written critical things of Gingrich but you've also written very positive ones, particularly with respect to his "intellect." I didn't mean you were supporting him for president. I should have been clearer about that.

    I said he was smart. Do you disagree? But when I did say he was smart, I also said many things negative about him. So your point is what?

    Someone else put it best in terms of Gingrich's "intellect" in saying that Newt is what dumb people think smart people sound like. He's not actually very bright or an innovative thinker. If he was, he might not have been bounced out of his academic jobs. Gingrich also never let's facts get in the way of his rhetoric no matter how dishonest or hypocritical that makes him. Truly intelligent people see facts and change their hypothesis. Gingrich never does. Not only that, but he also thinks the American people are dumb enough to think he was a "historian" for Fannie and Freddie.

    I don't think many people doubt his intellect, but what often comes from his mouth is absurd because of other problems. But regardless, doesn't matter.


    LOL. Many people do doubt his intellect and it will matter if he's the nominee.
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    Jan 25, 2012 6:36 AM GMT
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    Christian73 saidYou may have written critical things of Gingrich but you've also written very positive ones, particularly with respect to his "intellect." I didn't mean you were supporting him for president. I should have been clearer about that.

    I said he was smart. Do you disagree? But when I did say he was smart, I also said many things negative about him. So your point is what?

    Someone else put it best in terms of Gingrich's "intellect" in saying that Newt is what dumb people think smart people sound like. He's not actually very bright or an innovative thinker. If he was, he might not have been bounced out of his academic jobs. Gingrich also never let's facts get in the way of his rhetoric no matter how dishonest or hypocritical that makes him. Truly intelligent people see facts and change their hypothesis. Gingrich never does. Not only that, but he also thinks the American people are dumb enough to think he was a "historian" for Fannie and Freddie.

    I don't think many people doubt his intellect, but what often comes from his mouth is absurd because of other problems. But regardless, doesn't matter.

    LOL. Many people do doubt his intellect and it will matter if he's the nominee.

    If he is the nominee, the debates should be interesting. Obama ah ah ah without his teleprompter.
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    Jan 25, 2012 6:40 AM GMT
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    Christian73 saidYou may have written critical things of Gingrich but you've also written very positive ones, particularly with respect to his "intellect." I didn't mean you were supporting him for president. I should have been clearer about that.

    I said he was smart. Do you disagree? But when I did say he was smart, I also said many things negative about him. So your point is what?

    Someone else put it best in terms of Gingrich's "intellect" in saying that Newt is what dumb people think smart people sound like. He's not actually very bright or an innovative thinker. If he was, he might not have been bounced out of his academic jobs. Gingrich also never let's facts get in the way of his rhetoric no matter how dishonest or hypocritical that makes him. Truly intelligent people see facts and change their hypothesis. Gingrich never does. Not only that, but he also thinks the American people are dumb enough to think he was a "historian" for Fannie and Freddie.

    I don't think many people doubt his intellect, but what often comes from his mouth is absurd because of other problems. But regardless, doesn't matter.

    LOL. Many people do doubt his intellect and it will matter if he's the nominee.

    If he is the nominee, the debates should be interesting. Obama ah ah ah without his teleprompter.


    Didn't need it with McCain. Won't need it with Gingrich. Remember how much optics count. Obama will be cool and gracious. Gingrich will be nasty and vicious. It's over before it's begun.

    And Romney is terrible on his feet, so Obama will wipe the floor with him.
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    Jan 25, 2012 6:48 AM GMT
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    socalfitness said
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    Christian73 saidYou may have written critical things of Gingrich but you've also written very positive ones, particularly with respect to his "intellect." I didn't mean you were supporting him for president. I should have been clearer about that.

    I said he was smart. Do you disagree? But when I did say he was smart, I also said many things negative about him. So your point is what?

    Someone else put it best in terms of Gingrich's "intellect" in saying that Newt is what dumb people think smart people sound like. He's not actually very bright or an innovative thinker. If he was, he might not have been bounced out of his academic jobs. Gingrich also never let's facts get in the way of his rhetoric no matter how dishonest or hypocritical that makes him. Truly intelligent people see facts and change their hypothesis. Gingrich never does. Not only that, but he also thinks the American people are dumb enough to think he was a "historian" for Fannie and Freddie.

    I don't think many people doubt his intellect, but what often comes from his mouth is absurd because of other problems. But regardless, doesn't matter.

    LOL. Many people do doubt his intellect and it will matter if he's the nominee.

    If he is the nominee, the debates should be interesting. Obama ah ah ah without his teleprompter.




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    Well here's Palin again with all the lack of inteligence to not be able to pick on anything of consequence, out comes the lame brain teleprompter accusation.

    IS THAT ALL YOU GOT SoCal ? Damn !


    Obama can run circles around Gingrich's canned narcissism based chatter, after all that's the only thing that keeps Gingrich unembarassed by his temerity in being the 'pot calling the kettle black'. For instance there's no way he'll fool most voters into thinking he was paid $1.3 million from Freddie Mac as a Historian. LOL, There's no way he'll get a pass for being fined and asked to leave as Speaker of the House, and no way middle american voters will give him a pass on spending $50 million prosecuting Clinton while he himself was doing worse.

    You repubs backing this idiot Gingrich better get your heads out of the sand.
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    Jan 25, 2012 6:50 AM GMT
    Christian73 saidDidn't need it with McCain. Won't need it with Gingrich. Remember how much optics count. Obama will be cool and gracious. Gingrich will be nasty and vicious. It's over before it's begun.

    And Romney is terrible on his feet, so Obama will wipe the floor with him.

    McCain had gotten old and Obama got away with lofty rhetoric. Romney is fine. He had not gone after Gingrich before when he was the presumptive nominee. It was a tactical decision. Obama will have a record he'll want to hide from. He will come into the debate having been wounded by numerous attack ads. I wish his reelection committee had the confidence that you have, but they are smarter. But we'll see. BTW, you have no idea what the attacks will be.
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    Jan 25, 2012 6:55 AM GMT
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    Christian73 saidDidn't need it with McCain. Won't need it with Gingrich. Remember how much optics count. Obama will be cool and gracious. Gingrich will be nasty and vicious. It's over before it's begun.

    And Romney is terrible on his feet, so Obama will wipe the floor with him.

    McCain had gotten old and Obama got away with lofty rhetoric. Romney is fine. He had not gone after Gingrich before when he was the presumptive nominee. It was a tactical decision. Obama will have a record he'll want to hide from. He will come into the debate having been wounded by numerous attack ads. I wish his reelection committee had the confidence that you have, but they are smarter. But we'll see. BTW, you have no idea what the attacks will be.

    Romney like Obama cant run on his record.