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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Revmitchell, Jan 14, 2013.
I am sorry but this behavior is just sleazy. He doesn't even know how to act like he is President.
I'm surprised you don't like the truth, rev.
He is spot on.
Are you really? :smilewinkgrin:
He's such a blow-hard. The Republicans are the ones who actually WANT an economy. The Democrats want to run us into the ground.
Maybe in some parallel universe. :smilewinkgrin:
Huh, when I read the article it reads, Obama said, "our two options are:"
Mark, it appears you hit a nerve, and I agree with you.
He's to busy acting like a king to act like a president.
Rev. I guess you failed to notice the sentence you quoted is not an Obama quote. It is a quote from the author of the piece. Notice, there are no quotation [" xxxx"] marks around the sentence. The real Obama quote is:
In the future Rev. watch the punctuation to get the thread on an honest line.
Again you are a real class act. Do you not have any shame? The context was in the fact that the Republican want a deal on debt reduction and Obama refuses to make a deal and then try to blame it on the Republicans. So no....there is no dishonesty here except your attempt to paint it as such.
Is that water bucket getting heavy?
Rev. I am not the one who took a reporter's quote and said it was Obama's words. I did paste Obama's words and you will notice the GOP is not mentioned in the quote. Have you no shame?
The GOP continues on their path of opposing anything Obama advocates. They are giving a huge gift to the Democrats and are marginalizing themselves even more.
They really need to stop this and start advocating what is good for the people of the country. It cost them dearly in the last election and will cost them even more in the future if they do not change from a party of "No" to a party of "Let's help the people of America".
The worse the economy, the more people dependent upon government programs. The more people dependent upon the government, the larger the Democrats' voting base.
We were taught that when you have more than 25% of the people working for the government the party that gives in to them should win most election. Now with the government employees and ones on government assistance we have way over 50% of the people that their lively hood depends on the government. So the party that gives them the most is the one they will vote for in most cases.
Uh...has your reading comprehension slipped or are you just being less than fully honest once again. And you intentionally ignore the larger context of what Obama said. Shame on you.
Which is why politicians running for office promise more and better and not austerity.
Typical. Just admit you erred and move on. Sheesh.
Typical... liberals ignoring context when it suits their purposes. And just a side note The quotes are both from the link. Not my words and in the link it is clearly understood what Obama both said and meant. But hey lets just ignore all that.
So true. Politics tell us a lot about ourselves, and that hurts, so often.
Typical. Rather than address the point, just call someone a "liberal" as if that dismisses the argument. Of course, you did not err. You intended to misrepresent.