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See how Obama is helping the economy by texasfiero
Started on: 08-20-2011 10:47 PM
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Last post by: fierobear on 08-28-2011 02:01 PM
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Originally posted by fierobear:

1. Run for "President of the World"

2. Run for God.


Now there is a thought. IF- repeat - IF you believe the Bible prophecies, after the Messiah touches down and the faithful leave earth, the "Anti-Christ" makes his move. This is a guy (or girl) who appears to have been mortally wounded and rises up again, and takes over the World through a World Government.

So now you have to figure it out. Is Obama a misguided fool who is also one of the "faithful" or, is he a fraud and is actually the "Anti-Christ" in waiting? or, is he "None of the above"? I tend to think the latter. I think he is a misguided socialist who, if given half a chance, can totally screw up and destroy the greatest country on earth.

My good American cousins GIVE HIM THE BOOT - asap

Arn

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An interesting view from the left: Obama is a Republican. He has moved so far to the right that the Republicans have had to go even further to the right, out into wacky land. By election time, Obama will appear to be less crazy than his opponent.

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An interesting view from the left: Obama is a Republican. He has moved so far to the right that the Republicans have had to go even further to the right, out into wacky land. By election time, Obama will appear to be less crazy than his opponent.



Didn't watch the video (I don't get them), but if the Left thinks BHO has moved to the right, they are drinking industrial strength Kool-Aid.

The whole issue with out of control government spending is too liberal - it's time to cut up the credit cards and get back to sound financial decisions.
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Here is the gist of Mr. Hudson's argument from another interview:

 
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HUDSON: I think that words–Mr. Obama’s great with words. He says one thing, and he does the opposite. Here’s basically the charade that’s happening when he’s trying to be reasonable. In order for him to move way to the right and to continue the Bush administration policies, he needs the Republicans to move even further to the right. They have to be so extreme that they’re perceived as the crazies. And then Mr. Obama can say, look, they will give Mr. Obama room to move way to the right, because he’ll say, I’m not as crazy as Michelle Bachman. I’m not as crazy as Boehner. I’m not as crazy as the Republican leaders. But they were going to close down the government, and that would have really hurt us. And we have to–we do have to cut what’s inefficient. What’s inefficient? Paying for people on Medicaid. Got to cut it. What’s inefficient? Medicare. Got to cut it. What’s inefficient? Paying Social Security. What is efficient? Giving $13 trillion to Wall Street for a bailout. Now, how on earth can the administration say, in the last three years we have given $13 trillion to Wall Street, but then, in between 2040 and 2075, we may lose $1 trillion, no money for the people? That is absolutely crazy. So when we talk about public opinion, we’re talking not about public opinion that watches your Real News Network; we’re talking about the public opinion of Fox TV and sort of the echo chamber that says–that presents the financial sector as job creators rather than job destroyers.
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Here is the gist of Mr. Hudson's argument from another interview:

[QUOTE]HUDSON: I think that words–Mr. Obama’s great with words. He says one thing, and he does the opposite. Here’s basically the charade that’s happening when he’s trying to be reasonable. In order for him to move way to the right and to continue the Bush administration policies, . . .[QUOTE]


Anyone stupid enough to believe Barack Obama will move to the right has no business outside a mental hospital, and certainly shouldn't be voting.

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Originally posted by spark1:

Here is the gist of Mr. Hudson's argument from another interview:

[QUOTE]HUDSON: I think that words–Mr. Obama’s great with words. He says one thing, and he does the opposite. Here’s basically the charade that’s happening when he’s trying to be reasonable. In order for him to move way to the right and to continue the Bush administration policies, he needs the Republicans to move even further to the right. They have to be so extreme that they’re perceived as the crazies. And then Mr. Obama can say, look, they will give Mr. Obama room to move way to the right, because he’ll say, I’m not as crazy as Michelle Bachman. I’m not as crazy as Boehner. I’m not as crazy as the Republican leaders. But they were going to close down the government, and that would have really hurt us. And we have to–we do have to cut what’s inefficient. What’s inefficient? Paying for people on Medicaid. Got to cut it. What’s inefficient? Medicare. Got to cut it. What’s inefficient? Paying Social Security. What is efficient? Giving $13 trillion to Wall Street for a bailout. Now, how on earth can the administration say, in the last three years we have given $13 trillion to Wall Street, but then, in between 2040 and 2075, we may lose $1 trillion, no money for the people? That is absolutely crazy. So when we talk about public opinion, we’re talking not about public opinion that watches your Real News Network; we’re talking about the public opinion of Fox TV and sort of the echo chamber that says–that presents the financial sector as job creators rather than job destroyers.
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His argument is full of holes.

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