Obama, Pelosi + several other Democrats blamed Bush for high gas prices 2006-2008 VIDEOS

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    Mar 01, 2012 12:20 AM GMT
    These videos are tedious to watch, but in coming months, excerpts with announcers, graphics, and music will give them much more punch. (Suggestion - if replying don't quote OP - I think it will make the thread much slower to load.)

    Pelosi talks about high gas prices


    15 Times Obama and Top Dems Blame Bush For Gas Prices


    Liberals blamed President Bush for high gas prices in 2006 but don't accept blame now.


    Obama Wanted High Gas Prices...Gradually (2008 Election Campaign)
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    Mar 01, 2012 12:23 AM GMT
    I "thought' you were intelligent John.
    I admit I was wrong.
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    Mar 01, 2012 12:24 AM GMT
    TropicalMark saidI "thought' you were intelligent John.
    I admit I was wrong.

    You didn't even have time to watch the videos. Your response was nonsense, by the way.
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    Mar 01, 2012 12:33 AM GMT
    socalfitness said
    TropicalMark saidI "thought' you were intelligent John.
    I admit I was wrong.

    You didn't even have time to watch the videos. Your response was nonsense, by the way.
    I dont NEED to.. I know what the truth is and if you put up a video of gingrich pontificating about 2 dollar gasoline id say the same damn thing.
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    Mar 01, 2012 12:36 AM GMT
    TropicalMark said
    socalfitness said
    TropicalMark saidI "thought' you were intelligent John.
    I admit I was wrong.

    You didn't even have time to watch the videos. Your response was nonsense, by the way.
    I dont NEED to.. I know what the truth is and if you put up a video of gingrich pontificating about 2 dollar gasoline id say the same damn thing.

    The truth is the Democrats may well be hung by their own words.
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    Mar 01, 2012 12:48 AM GMT
    Actually ... the Truth is that republicans are trying desperately to find ANYTHING ..... or SOMETHING they can

    Iraq ...done
    Wall Street .. better than ever
    Consumer Confidence ... up ..Damn
    Bin Laden ... still dead ... crap!
    Auto Bailout .... Good Thing.... DOH!
    Obama's Poll Numbers? .... Climbin' ... What The.... ?

    Don't give up Soc .... maybe he squeezes his AquaFresh from the Middle icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 01, 2012 1:01 AM GMT
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    Mar 01, 2012 1:18 AM GMT
    GQjock saidDon't give up Soc .... maybe he squeezes his AquaFresh from the Middle icon_biggrin.gif

    I shouldn't even waste time toying with you, but with people out of work, official rate plus others is at least 15%, others worried, and paying maybe close to $5 per gal, they're going to be pissed. Won't be pretty.
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    Mar 01, 2012 1:28 AM GMT
    socalfitness said
    TropicalMark said
    socalfitness said
    TropicalMark saidI "thought' you were intelligent John.
    I admit I was wrong.

    You didn't even have time to watch the videos. Your response was nonsense, by the way.
    I dont NEED to.. I know what the truth is and if you put up a video of gingrich pontificating about 2 dollar gasoline id say the same damn thing.

    The truth is the Democrats may well be hung by their own words.
    LMAO.. and the repubs dont hang themselves? GIVE me a break.. gawd you are such a partisan hen you couldnt admit that the GOP is fucked up if your life depended on it could ya? I know the DEMs are, the TEA PARTY fuck ups are joke.. no issue there.. but this diehard allegiance you have to these idiots with an R is simply unbelievable.
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    Mar 01, 2012 1:36 AM GMT
    Socal, you're right that Bush was blamed. No sweat.

    BUT....supposedly the Republican Party is a better choice right? Well, how so? By making the same accusational error the Democrats did?

    This is like saying Obama caused the Earth's axis to change, so we're going to do the same. We're better.

    lol, no. It's doing the same as what you criticize the opposition for. icon_wink.gif



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    Mar 01, 2012 1:41 AM GMT
    socalfitness said
    GQjock saidDon't give up Soc .... maybe he squeezes his AquaFresh from the Middle icon_biggrin.gif

    I shouldn't even waste time toying with you, but with people out of work, official rate plus others is at least 15%, others worried, and paying maybe close to $5 per gal, they're going to be pissed. Won't be pretty.



    Tah..Tah...Tah Toying with me ... icon_eek.gif

    Sounds Durty... LOL

    Soc ... You're repeating the Republican mantra ... Word for freakin word my man
    and I can hear the desperation a mile away
    When you own party and it's lead candidate are the stuff for late night comedy shows?
    and European Governments tell another candidate... you're a liar?


    That? That's freakin Hysterical

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    Mar 01, 2012 1:53 AM GMT
    meninlove said Socal, you're right that Bush was blamed. No sweat.

    BUT....supposedly the Republican Party is a better choice right? Well, how so? By making the same accusational error the Democrats did?

    This is like saying Obama caused the Earth's axis to change, so we're going to do the same. We're better.

    lol, no. It's doing the same as what you criticize the opposition for. icon_wink.gif


    The campaign will be multi-pronged. There needs to be positive messages stating what will be done, but it is also politics, and when a opponent's words hangs himself, fair game. Fact is Obama has not helped. Mid-east policy is a failed one, stonewalled drilling permits in the Gulf, but also he has demonstrated an attitude of not worrying about the price of gas in favor of his green energy pursuits until the price became damaging politically.

    The party in power takes the hit. What they did to Bush comes right back at them. No need to shed any tears.

    Take also the economic collapse in the fall of 2008. Members of both parties had blame. The bad paper the financial institutions handled existed because of defective mortgages (Freddie and Fanny and the Democrats). In fact a couple of years before, McCain made a speech on the Senate floor trying to get more oversight to F&F and warned of a collapse. Did he get credit for that in the election in 2008? No way. It was on the Republican's watch and they took the hit.

    Obama will take the hit this time. This is not goody two-shoes, turn the other cheek. McCain insisted Obama's past association should not be considered, and look what it got him.
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    Mar 01, 2012 1:57 AM GMT
    socalfitness said Fact is Obama has not helped. Mid-east policy is a failed one, stonewalled drilling permits in the Gulf, but also he has demonstrated an attitude of not worrying about the price of gas in favor of his green energy pursuits until the price became damaging politically.

    Uh John.. the Whitehouse does NOT 'dictate' the market price for oil or gasoline products. Never has, never will.
    There is more drilling in the gulf now than at any time in our history. You REALLY need to quit drinking the koolaid! You're getting drunk off it.

    Oh, and BTW.. crude oil is a FINITE commodity.. Forward thinking is the key. Now you're sounding like a welfare queen. Just sit there and see how long the money lasts.icon_rolleyes.gificon_rolleyes.gificon_rolleyes.gif
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    Mar 01, 2012 3:20 AM GMT
    "This is not goody two-shoes, turn the other cheek."

    Ironically, that's what the bible people Republicans are supposed to do.

    As well, it's not a matter of turning the other cheek as it is not making the same mistakes the Democrats made in their accusations, right? Because logic dictates that if the Republican Party is no better, then why vote for them?
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    Mar 01, 2012 4:18 AM GMT
    socalfitness saidObama will take the hit this time. This is not goody two-shoes, turn the other cheek. McCain insisted Obama's past association should not be considered, and look what it got him.


    Which of Obama's past association(s)? Jeremiah Wright? Bill Ayers?

    These are all retreads that didn't impress anyone before and won't now.

    Plus, Obama's team is pointing fingers and naming names now - pointing to how people like the Koch brothers are the reason for rising gas prices and they are interceding in the politics of states to attack workers. He will link their record of callous disregard for the American people to Romney's similar history while demonstrating that he created more jobs in 4 years than Bush did in 8 and all the Republicans want is Bush's policies on steroids.
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    Mar 01, 2012 4:28 AM GMT
    socalfitness said
    meninlove said Socal, you're right that Bush was blamed. No sweat.

    BUT....supposedly the Republican Party is a better choice right? Well, how so? By making the same accusational error the Democrats did?

    This is like saying Obama caused the Earth's axis to change, so we're going to do the same. We're better.

    lol, no. It's doing the same as what you criticize the opposition for. icon_wink.gif


    The campaign will be multi-pronged. There needs to be positive messages stating what will be done, but it is also politics, and when a opponent's words hangs himself, fair game. Fact is Obama has not helped. Mid-east policy is a failed one, stonewalled drilling permits in the Gulf, but also he has demonstrated an attitude of not worrying about the price of gas in favor of his green energy pursuits until the price became damaging politically.

    The party in power takes the hit. What they did to Bush comes right back at them. No need to shed any tears.

    Take also the economic collapse in the fall of 2008. Members of both parties had blame. The bad paper the financial institutions handled existed because of defective mortgages (Freddie and Fanny and the Democrats). In fact a couple of years before, McCain made a speech on the Senate floor trying to get more oversight to F&F and warned of a collapse. Did he get credit for that in the election in 2008? No way. It was on the Republican's watch and they took the hit.

    Obama will take the hit this time. This is not goody two-shoes, turn the other cheek. McCain insisted Obama's past association should not be considered, and look what it got him.






    Jeeeeeeeeeeeezzz.
    Your delusional fantasies are just EPIC.

    Seriously your grasp of reality is just so non-existent.