"gut" "slash" "hold a gun to the American people's heads"...

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  1. LadyEagle

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    Yes, do you ever listen obama's words? That's what he said in his speech yesterday about Republicans, using terms like "gut" "slash" "holding the American people hostage" "holding a gun to the American people's heads" .....

    this is the president with the "kill list."

    this is the president whose campaign was to "kill Romney."

    this is the president who said "if they bring a knife to the fight, you bring a gun."

    this is the president who refers to Republicans as his "enemies."

    this is the president who divides us, class against class, poor against wealth, black against white, and more.

    yet, this is the president who says we should "tone down the rhetoric."

    he absolutely makes me sick. If there was ever a violent commander in chief, obama fits the bill.

    and now a few of his most outspoken critics are meeting mysterious deaths (see other threads).

    There is no telling what he is planning to do to us in the next 4 years. We already know there are higher taxes, higher healthcare costs, a war on fossil fuels that will make our heating and a/c bills higher, and above all, he has continued and continues to trample the US Constitution.

    God protect us from this violent man.
     
  2. Magnetic Poles

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    Oh yeah, he's a real loose cannon. Liable to beat someone up in the Oval Office. haha
     
  3. LadyEagle

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    I ask, is this the kind of rhetoric we expect from a President where there are, his words, "no red states and no blue states?" Is this Presidential?
     
  4. just-want-peace

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    As is blatantly obvious, the sheeple continue to fawn.
    As another poster noted, the libs on this board think they are safe now as the ZERO still needs them!
    However, just when they think their "spot" in the lib camp is secure, when the enemy (conservatives) is vanquished, and the ZERO no longer needs their blind support --- well, draw your own favorite of multiple rotten endings; none of which are good 'crept for the "ELITE"!
     
  5. mont974x4

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    Would you expect anything else from a Chicago politician?


    And yes, MP, based on his facial expressions and body language in certain situations I would not be surprised if he did punch someone in the oval office.
     
  6. InTheLight

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    No, it is not Presidential. Neither is showing up on The View or doing a satirical rap number on Jimmy Fallon's show. Welcome to the 21st century method of campaigning. Unfortunately, it works. And it's another reason that Romney lost.
     
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    You're right.
     
  8. Magnetic Poles

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    Romney lost because the majority of voters see how the President's policies have brought us from the brink of a Republican engineered financial disaster. They saw how Romney would take any position to pander to any group. The day of the angry white man controlling the agenda is over. America has become a more diverse and inclusive nation. One can get on board with the future, or long for a dead past and make themself continually angrier.
     
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    Really? Why did Lou Giglio get dis-invited to the Inauguration?
     
  10. mont974x4

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    MP, that's some serious koolaid you're drinking. One that leads to Jonestown.
     
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  12. poncho

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    Don't get us wrong MP we're all happy that you're happy about trading in the old fascist regime for a new fascist regime. Sieg Heil! (Hail, victory!)

    Angry white men? :laugh: Sorry for laughing but this coming from the mouth of one that supports a party that has done nothing but sow division and pit one race against another is just so funny . . . in a sick sad sort of way.
     
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  13. Scarlett O.

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    Er .... MP, you'd better contact the President fairly quickly and notify him about that "diversity" thing.

    A lot of his liberal pals aren't too thrilled about his new Cabinet. But don't take my word for it.

    • Democratic Congressman Charles Rangel called the new cabinet “embarrassing as h***" in terms of its lack of diversity.
    • And CNN editorialized that Obama’s cabinet was “shaping up to be a boys club.”
    • The New York Times‘s Maureen Dowd wrote “It’s passing strange that Obama, carried to a second term by women, blacks and Latinos, chooses to give away the plummiest Cabinet and White House jobs to white dudes.”
    And there's more.

     
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    Those are just facts Scarlett they don't mean anything.
     

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