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Gotta love this guy:
“As for running for president, look, there’s a guy in office right now who is smarter than almost anyone you know, who’s nicer and who has more compassion than almost anyone you know. And he’s having an almost impossible time governing. Why would anybody volunteer for that job?” Mr. Clooney told a news conference.
With geniuses like this guy on his side, Obama’s a sure thing to win in ’12.
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The goal is to replace Obama next November and at this point there is not one GOP candidate who can do nearly as bad or worse than Obama has done for this nation.
There is no perfect candidate for any one of us. For me, Paul fails hugely on foreign policy; Perry’s immigration policy is hardly what I would agree with; Romney has that suitcase on his back called RomneyCare; Bachmann is just a little too strident. But I’ll take any one of them over Obama, any day. And I’m betting that most Conservatives agree with me – no matter what differences we might have with these candidates, they are head and shoulders better than the man in the Oval right now.
Right now, the democrats (now known as Marxists) are targeting the Tea party and from polling results, it appears it’s working for them. Fewer people are viewing the Tea party in favorable terms. Fewer people agree with the Tea party message. This is old news to most of you. But the fact is that the message is being stolen and perverted by the Marxists (once known as democrats) and we need to get that back. The Tea party are the freedom fighters for all and we have to make that message known. Concentrating on the differences between candidates and not on the president and his Marxist party is to our peril.
I want to see the GOP candidates stop beating each other up and start showing us what they will do differently than Obama. They need to stop sniping at each other and focus on Obama’s failed administration. We’ve got to be unified against the creeping socialism that is overtaking us or we will be doomed after November ’12.
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Obama has been everywhere, raising money. We’re seeing him everyday. He’s campaigning all over the place: bad mouthing the Republicans and the Tea party. Intimidating any would-be opponent because he’s going to raise $1billion. Who can compete with that?
And we have 19 months until the next election.
Does this mean Obama fatigue (or more like voter catatonia) to anyone but me?
The Republicans are right to hold back and not announce their intentions to run. This is a smart move for them. This gives Obama lots of time to muck things up for himself before the real races and debates occur. And it gives Obama time for the voters to be burned out and sick of him. Or sicker than we are now.
Yep, I think the Republicans are doing the right thing and Obama is on his own track to ruination. Or at least I’m praying so.
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The Mad Jewess.
Great Republican ad for 2012. I’m sure you’ll agree!
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There might be a new catch phrase for this presidents reelection campaign – “seizing the future”, different from “WTF – winning the future.
I guess someone got smart and/or heard Sarah Palin’s remarks on the many WTF comments the TheOne made in his SOTU speech. Yesterday, Biden used the seizing thing in his speech, several times.
But I know what STF really means to conservatives like us – STOP THE F%#*ER! or it could be STOP THE FAKER!
And I bet you could come up with some even better than those. Knock yourselves out and see what you can come up with.
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It’s not too early to assess the damage done by America’s 44th president. He squandered his mandate and the public’s enormous good will. He alienated voters and dropped a heavy yoke on his party with useless spending and a shockingly unpopular health-care bill. With pressure mounting and a potentially epic loss looming, Mr. Obama has gone from a commanding, engaging candidate to an arrogant, self-pitying president. It is not pretty to witness.
The first people to pay the political price for Mr. Obama’s mistakes will be congressional Democrats, who likely will be swept out of their House majority this November.
Read more in The Wall Street Journal
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If Bill Maher and Larry David haven’t given you reason to cancel HBO, this should:
Read it here.
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