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Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by LadyEagle, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. LadyEagle

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    if anybody who voted for Obama is sorry yet. Or, what will it take for them to be sorry they voted for him? :saint:
     
  2. just-want-peace

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    Hoo boy!! I look forward to the answers - or non-answers - that be forthcoming!!!
     
  3. OldRegular

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    You are not playing fair Lady Eagle!:thumbs:
     
  4. Bro. Curtis

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    I'm glad they voted for him. This is a democrat-run destruction of the country, so unless they install a fairness doctrine, and nationalize the newspapers, they stand to get creamed in 20 months.
     
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    Bro Curtis, "The Fairness Doctrine" is out... thats so last year.... today its being called "Diversity in Media". When at first you fail, put a new wrapper on it and shove it down their throat.
     
  6. JustChristian

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    When he does more damage to America than George Bush did I'll be sorry I voted for him. He has a long, long way to go.
     
  7. hillclimber1

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    It won't be long LE...
     
  8. targus

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    Well, you may not have to wait long.

    Obama is hopped up and ready to go in Afghanistan and he has expressed a desire to go into Pakistan too.

    The "stimulus package" should get inflation ramped up and then interest rates will skyrocket to match.

    Then we will get to see some real unemployment.

    Oh yeah, he won't close Gitmo in a year - he will probably say that the studies proved to be inconclusive and he needs more time.

    And ofcourse there is still the looming possibility of a major terrorist attack on U.S. soil.

    My guess is that within a year a whole lot of people are going to be wishing that we were back in the good old days of George Bush - as bad as they may have been.
     
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    Obama doesn't even know what he is going to do. He says one thing and does another.
     
  10. targus

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    Obama uses buzz words that he thinks that people want to hear but actually takes no positive position on anything. He likes to talk about both sides of an issue without ever coming down off the fence.

    He takes the path of least resistance which is to talk and do nothing. Sort of like his "present" votes.

    He will do nothing that will cost him politically because he does not have the strength of moral conviction.
     
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