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AmiableLabs
01-04-2009, 04:24 PM
Many liberals thought that when those ideologically opposed to the US were attacking Bush, Bush was the problem, all we had to do was get rid of him and we would be universally loved again.

Now they attack Obama.

It was never Bush. It isn't Obama. It is US that they hate.

CLICK here. (http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2009/01/022468.php)

Patrick Johndrow
01-04-2009, 07:23 PM
Those people are professional critics…all they do is bitch and moan…I pray Obama does something positive for this country.

AmiableLabs
01-04-2009, 08:17 PM
Those people are professional critics…all they do is bitch and moan…I pray Obama does something positive for this country.
I do too. I think Mike Hukabee said it best, four years is too long to live in misery in the hopes that it will help win the next election. I wish Obama all the success in the world in bettering this great country, and then in four years we can beat him in an election over ideas, instead of a track record of him making the country worse.

JDogger
01-05-2009, 12:29 AM
And from comments on a Fox political blog...

"So I confess to some satisfaction in seeing Obama's likeness paraded at a hate rally in Jakarta".

signed, 'John'.

And there you have it boys and girls, straight from the horse's.... uh...?...mouth...?

JD

subroc
01-05-2009, 06:16 AM
:D chuckling :D



Well John, who ever you are, I admit to a little satisfaction as well. The holier than thou lefties that have treated President George W. Bush in such a manner are seeing their messiah treated that way and they don’t like it. It was fine when it was President George W. Bush burning in effigy in a foreign country. It gave them their “see the world hates the United States and it is President George W. Bush’s fault” sound bite. I guess we can say, “gee it looks like the rest of the world hates the United States and it is Barack Hussein Obama’s fault.”


Lefties feel free to blame Obama for all the ills of the nation whenever you get a chance. Be sure to include natural disasters and hangnails as well.





And from comments on a Fox political blog...

"So I confess to some satisfaction in seeing Obama's likeness paraded at a hate rally in Jakarta".

signed, 'John'.

And there you have it boys and girls, straight from the horse's.... uh...?...mouth...?

JD

YardleyLabs
01-05-2009, 07:29 AM
I'm a little at a loss here since I never expected there to be a change and seeing his face on the posters doesn't surprise me at all. In fact, among my liberal friends, I can't think of one who would have been surprised. If there is a place where I suspect Obama's election will make a difference, it's among our historic allies in Europe who have been deeply alienated by Bush. Even there, however, I expect the honeymoon will be short since it will take years to undo the damage already done.

JDogger
01-05-2009, 10:50 AM
Lefties feel free to blame Obama for all the ills of the nation whenever you get a chance. Be sure to include natural disasters and hangnails as well.
Naaa...I'm sure you'll have that well covered. It's your turn now to play the blame game.;)
It does't bother me in the least to see Obama's effigy in protests. I grew up a state dept dependent in the 50's thru 70's and lived in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. I saw many an anti-American rally, and saw every president from Ike to Nixon burned in effigy. Mostly the protesters had little idea why they were there. They were given a few lira, dinar, or schillings, and told to show up. They didn't hate us or our president. What the organizers of these rallies disliked, was the presumptive, intrusive foreign policy that has been the hallmark of almost every administration since WW2.
You righties shouldn't let your fear and angst overwhelm you.:p

badbullgator
01-05-2009, 01:33 PM
So I saw one of the best remarks this weekend on a news program, a national one but I don’t remember what station it was. They were talking about the Middle East and the reporter questioned “What would Obama Do”….fits right in with the messiah (for you heathen lefty’s WWJD is what would Jesus do, now WWOD for What would Obama do).

Look a lot of the world hates us and there is NOTHING we can do to change that. Anyone who is president will be hated by some group in some countries. Many are jealous of our success and freedom, others it is a religious issue or whatever. You can’t please the entire world all the time. Some will only be happy if the US is turned into a smoldering craphole like their homeland. Just like I live to see OSU lose every year they live to see us lose and would love to see us gone from the face of the earth. Last I checked they don’t vote or have any say in how we run our country.

Uncle Bill
01-05-2009, 05:57 PM
It's happy days once again...and I for one am looking forward to it. Not waiting for any 100 day period, because I know it will be much faster...like 7 days. Just got this confirmation:



As I reflect on 2008, I can say we had a great year:

Blacks are happy; Obama was elected.

Whites are happy, OJ is in jail.

Democrats are happy; George Bush is leaving office.

Republicans are happy: Democrats will finally quit saying George Bush stole the election.

And all of us are so happy; The election is finally over!

I think 2009 will be even better: Immediately after his inauguration, Obama will balance the budget, revive the economy, solve the real estate problem, solve the auto industry problem, solve our gas/alternative energy problem, stop the fires and mudslides in California , ban hurricanes and tornadoes, stop identity theft, reverse global warming, find Osama, solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, get rid of corruption in government and achieve world peace.

Then on the 7th day, He will rest.


My best wishes for 2009

"The government cannot give to anyone anything that it does not first take from someone else."




What's so sad about that last statement is that most of those we are taking it from, haven't yet been born.

God help us all.

UB

Lisa S.
01-05-2009, 07:30 PM
Many liberals thought that when those ideologically opposed to the US were attacking Bush, Bush was the problem, all we had to do was get rid of him and we would be universally loved again.

Now they attack Obama.

It was never Bush. It isn't Obama. It is US that they hate.

CLICK here. (http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2009/01/022468.php)

These are people who love to hate, they have nothing better to do.

JDogger
01-05-2009, 08:51 PM
"The government cannot give to anyone anything that it does not first take from someone else."

What's so sad about that last statement is that most of those we are taking it from, haven't yet been born.
UB

Bill,...you talkin'about the deficit?

JD

Henry V
01-05-2009, 10:01 PM
I'm a little at a loss here since I never expected there to be a change and seeing his face on the posters doesn't surprise me at all. In fact, among my liberal friends, I can't think of one who would have been surprised. If there is a place where I suspect Obama's election will make a difference, it's among our historic allies in Europe who have been deeply alienated by Bush. Even there, however, I expect the honeymoon will be short since it will take years to undo the damage already done.
Great post.

AmiableLabs
01-06-2009, 09:32 PM
Al Qaida No. 2 Blames Obama for Gaza Fight. (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090107/ap_on_re_mi_ea/ml_al_qaida_tape_gaza)