Bill Clinton: The economy is not fixed. Obama knows it.

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    Oct 18, 2012 7:38 PM GMT
    Hmmm it's actually kind of funny seeing all these statements that are on the surface in support of the Obama campaign, but can be interpreted in such nefariously negative ways from the Clintons... It was after all Hillary who said that Obama and Biden are not responsible for issues of security...



    "Governor Romney's argument is, we're not fixed, so fire him and put me in," Clinton said, speaking to voters this afternoon. "It is true that we're not fixed," Clinton added. "When President Obama looked into the eyes of that man who said in the debate, 'I had so much hope four years ago and I don't now,' I thought he was going to cry, because he knows that its not fixed."
  • comfortablynu...

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    Oct 18, 2012 8:03 PM GMT
    Not so much when you listen to it in context rather than parsing a few seconds out of a speech.

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    Oct 18, 2012 8:11 PM GMT
    riddler, For someone who gets paid to post this propaganda------

    it's surprising that you're not better at it.

    You continuously post items that contradict your headlines.

    You must think everyone here is as lazy as you are-------that we won't read or watch your source.

    I predict you'll be out of a job after this election.
  • GQjock

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    Oct 18, 2012 8:16 PM GMT
    Rid ..... you're a one man argument
    You post the question and prove your point wrong all at the same time icon_cool.gif
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    Oct 18, 2012 8:18 PM GMT
    JockTheVote saidriddler, For someone who gets paid to post this propaganda------

    it's surprising that you're not better at it.

    You continuously post items that contradict your headlines.

    You must think everyone here is as lazy as you are-------that we won't read or watch your source.

    I predict you'll be out of a job after this election.


    Heh - says the headless guy. icon_rolleyes.gif And hardly out of context. His statement is an underhanded statement as to Obama's agenda/platform. It's no secret that there has been a rivalry - it's after all, Clinton supporters who are the original birthers.

    How is this headline inconsistent with the item? Care to name any others? Do, please link.
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    Oct 18, 2012 8:28 PM GMT
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    comfortablynumb saidNot so much when you listen to it in context rather than parsing a few seconds out of a speech.

    You're talking about the idiot who always cherry picks data to mislead. I'm with Jockthevote....there's something fishy about Riddler....he's such a shill, he's got to be getting paid to lie to us all. No one falls for it anymore....he actually does more to help the Dems because he just reinforces the perception that conservatives will tell whatever lies they need to to mislead and steal elections. As I've said before, he's far too stupid to realize what he's doing. icon_rolleyes.gif

    Check out his other threads....Riddler actually makes Fox look "fair and balanced", lol. It's so blatant it's laughable.


    Heh - yep, I must be being paid to actually I dunno have an alternative opinion to some of the liberals like yourself here. I find it funny how you and others constantly feel the need to speak for everyone despite the fact that you consistently fall on the wrong side of not only facts and are barely even able to speak for yourself.

    This despite the evidence of how the Clintons have been subversive to the campaign - but hey, if you're good with that, so am I. icon_wink.gif

    And as for stupid - that's an ironic sentiment considering your commentary on anything related to the economy or finance. The next irony is that the more you claim that I'm stupid the less credible you make yourself out to be. But then again given the continual barrage of histrionics, I can't say I am surprised. icon_rolleyes.gif
  • comfortablynu...

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    Oct 18, 2012 8:33 PM GMT
    Giving probably the best speech at the DNC, hosting fundraisers, giving stump speeches, letting his ego take the back seat to co-headline an even with Springsteen for the president's re-election campaign...super subversive.
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    Oct 18, 2012 8:35 PM GMT
    comfortablynumb saidGiving probably the best speech at the DNC, hosting fundraisers, giving stump speeches, letting his ego take the back seat to co-headline an even with Springsteen for the president's re-election campaign...super subversive.


    I can see how you could have that interpretation just as there are many here who think Obama can do no wrong, but I don't think it's an accurate depiction of reality but I'll leave that to others to judge for themselves - and that's why the internet is great for posting original evidence.
  • Webster666

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    Oct 18, 2012 8:49 PM GMT
    JockTheVote saidriddler, For someone who gets paid to post this propaganda------

    it's surprising that you're not better at it.

    You continuously post items that contradict your headlines.

    You must think everyone here is as lazy as you are-------that we won't read or watch your source.

    I predict you'll be out of a job after this election.



    Yes !
    What he said.
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    Oct 18, 2012 8:57 PM GMT
    comfortablynumb said
    Giving probably the best speech at the DNC, hosting fundraisers, giving stump speeches,
    letting his ego take the back seat to co-headline an even with Springsteen for the president's re-election campaign...super subversive. submissive
  • comfortablynu...

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    Oct 18, 2012 9:00 PM GMT
    Clinton is actively campaigning for the president's re-election. Where has Bush been since that awkward 5 second Romney endorsement before the doors on his elevator closed? Oh yeah, that's right...he's still politically toxic.
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    Oct 19, 2012 2:04 AM GMT
    @OP

    You are a foreigner. As a foreigner, you lack the credibility to contribute anything meaningful to any discussion about U.S. politics. Any positive or negative thing you have to say or even think about any U.S. politician or any of my compatriots' political positions means absolutely nothing and it is an utter waste of your time to share your worthless opinions.

    You don't have to follow my advice, but I strongly recommend that you do yourself a big favor and keep your non-American nose out of American politics because your cheap input isn't scoring you any points on this forum.