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Bob Gutermuth
06-08-2009, 01:15 PM
http://townhall.com/Columnists/DickMorrisandEileenMcGann/2009/06/06/the_failure_of_obamanomics

This will likely not suprise many.

Roger Perry
06-10-2009, 11:21 AM
http://townhall.com/Columnists/DickMorrisandEileenMcGann/2009/06/06/the_failure_of_obamanomics

This will likely not suprise many.

For U.S., a sea of red ink, years in the making

Business cycle, Bush policies linked to most of federal government's deficits.

This will not likely suprise many.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/31199889/

Uncle Bill
06-10-2009, 02:53 PM
Hey Roger, when will it stop for you??? PUT THE NUMBERS UP, AND SHOW ME WHERE YOUR MESSIAH BEGAN LOWERING THE RED INK.

Nice to see you fess up to living in one of the most socialistic locations in Florida, so I guess you have a reason for your brainwashed views. But will you EVER find any fault with the present phoney in the white house?

Hope history corroberates the story you tell your grandchildren, when they come to you and ask why the hell you allowed the destruction of a free nation, and voted in socialism.

Furthermore, God help you, (talking the real God now, not your phoney messiah) when you and your ilk allow the confiscation of our guns. Not one freedom loving American will forgive you for that.

UB

Roger Perry
06-10-2009, 03:14 PM
But will you EVER find any fault with the present phoney in the white house?

UB

The first is that President Obama’s agenda, ambitious as it may be, is responsible for only a sliver of the deficits, despite what many of his Republican critics are saying.

The second is that Mr. Obama does not have a realistic plan for eliminating the deficit, despite what his advisers have suggested.

If Obama does not have a realistic plan for eliminating the defict, I would say that I have found fault with the Obama administration.

Franco
06-10-2009, 10:41 PM
The first is that President Obama’s agenda, ambitious as it may be, is responsible for only a sliver of the deficits, despite what many of his Republican critics are saying.



What!

He is taking a bad situation and turning it into a mega-disaster. Why didn't he stop all the pork spending to the tune of nearly a TRILLION dollars? The bailouts and additional spending is rediculous. Add the fact that his Foreign Policy is nothing short of National suicide! He is alienating every allie we have in hopes of getting the Muslims to like us. Obama is the worst thing that could have happened to this country.

dnf777
06-15-2009, 06:43 PM
What!

He is alienating every allie we have in hopes of getting the Muslims to like us. .

What? Jeez, I'm gonna sound like I'm definding this guy....maybe on THIS point I am. After telling all our allies that "you're with us, or your with the enemy", flipping them off and going to a pre-emptive war in Iraq, you think Obama is alienating our allies?? Gauging from all accounts, he was well received by all of our allies during recent trips abroad.

As for "getting Muslims to like us"...if that can be accomplished through diplomacy, isn't that preferable to going to war?? It may not be profitable to some military industrialists, but to this veteran who has kids coming into service-age, I prefer peace to war!

Seeing whats going on in Iran, makes me thank God I live in America, where we can have contested elections without bloodshed spilling into the streets, and relatively peaceful transitions of power, even between major parties.

Franco
06-15-2009, 07:01 PM
What? Jeez, I'm gonna sound like I'm definding this guy....maybe on THIS point I am. After telling all our allies that "you're with us, or your with the enemy", flipping them off and going to a pre-emptive war in Iraq, you think Obama is alienating our allies?? Gauging from all accounts, he was well received by all of our allies during recent trips abroad.

As for "getting Muslims to like us"...if that can be accomplished through diplomacy, isn't that preferable to going to war?? It may not be profitable to some military industrialists, but to this veteran who has kids coming into service-age, I prefer peace to war!

Seeing whats going on in Iran, makes me thank God I live in America, where we can have contested elections without bloodshed spilling into the streets, and relatively peaceful transitions of power, even between major parties.

His gifts the Queen of England was thoughtless and insulting and prior to his trip he sent the bust of Churchill back to them. The Churchill bust was gift from them to the White House. Then, he was too busy to have dinner with the President of France. I would imagine Merkel and the Japanesse Prime Minister is next. I don't think the Israeli Prime Minister would spit on him if Obama was on fire!

AS far as the Muslims go, I'd rather they fear and respect our resolve more so than the like us.

Yes, you are either against terrorism or for it. I see the drawing of the line in the sand as a serious statement that we should live by.

kjrice
06-15-2009, 08:25 PM
What Obama did with with the auto makers is outright fascism. It is time for the lemmings to wake up!

Brad Slaybaugh
06-15-2009, 11:25 PM
The first is that President Obama’s agenda, ambitious as it may be, is responsible for only a sliver of the deficits, despite what many of his Republican critics are saying.

Roger,

The big spike is after the savior took office

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qw1hkEor6sM

I've been worried since the election about what he wanted to do versus what he would/could get away with. Now, everyday the media says or shows something else he is doing. I'm not worried much anymore, I'm damn scared.

If Washington doesn't get a grip on reality, this will be the beginning of the end of this country.

We're getting CHANGE !!!!!

http://money.cnn.com/2009/06/13/news/economy/health_care_reform/index.htm?postversion=2009061513

TAX AND SPEND

Brad

Julie R.
06-16-2009, 12:06 AM
As for "getting Muslims to like us"...if that can be accomplished through diplomacy, isn't that preferable to going to war?? It may not be profitable to some military industrialists, but to this veteran who has kids coming into service-age, I prefer peace to war!

Yes indeed, Obongo really wants to be best buds with the muzzies. He doesn't even mind them snickering in glee as King Abdullah presented him with a dookie chain worthy of a pimp, a drug dealer or a rap star. With such a beautiful golden marijuana leaf in bas relief on it!
http://media3.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2009/06/04/PH2009060404810.jpg

And I'm sure the below action engendered a lot of Islamic love, too. Not to mention commanding some much needed respect.

http://i582.photobucket.com/albums/ss270/HadEnoughNog/Honor.jpg


Seeing whats going on in Iran, makes me thank God I live in America, where we can have contested elections without bloodshed spilling into the streets, and relatively peaceful transitions of power, even between major parties.

Give it some time; wait'll ACORN gets through with the census and gerrymandering the districts. Then our elections can be as representative of the people as Iran's.

JDogger
06-16-2009, 12:44 AM
Yes indeed, Obongo really wants to be best buds with the muzzies. He doesn't even mind them snickering in glee as King Abdullah presented him with a dookie chain worthy of a pimp, a drug dealer or a rap star. With such a beautiful golden marijuana leaf in bas relief on it!
http://media3.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2009/06/04/PH2009060404810.jpg

And I'm sure the below action engendered a lot of Islamic love, too. Not to mention commanding some much needed respect.

http://i582.photobucket.com/albums/ss270/HadEnoughNog/Honor.jpg



Give it some time; wait'll ACORN gets through with the census and gerrymandering the districts. Then our elections can be as representative of the people as Iran's.

Aaah c'mon sweets, Update yer pics. We've seen all these before. If you're gonna be timely and pre-emptive, at least be current and more spontaneous, we've seen all yer pics before. Yawn...!

Watcha got? I can't wait.

Julie always be da best...

Unca Silas regards,

JD

dnf777
06-16-2009, 06:40 PM
I'm sure these are in the king's photo album too!

BTW, that "marijuana leaf" is really a palm-date tree. There's one on my Southwest Asia Service Ribbon.

I'm with ya...I can't wait to have a POTUS that doesn't bow to oil royalty.

Have a good one...
Dave F

Julie R.
06-16-2009, 11:42 PM
BTW, that "marijuana leaf" is really a palm-date tree.

Mmmmm.....OK if you say so. ;-)
I hadn't seen those photos of Bush. He wasn't exactly one of my heros but in retrospect he looks better and better. And yes, I'll grant you those pictures you found make Bush look sort of gay, but there's no doubt he's performing the ceremonial air kissing thing on either side of the face. Which is acceptable protocol, unlike the, ahem, pose Dear Leader struck in the photo I posted.

Also I don't see any dookie chain or gangsta garb on Bush...but of course he didn't have a reputation for tacky, inappropriate gift giving either so I guess there was no need to mock him. Gnome sane?

dnf777
06-17-2009, 09:40 PM
Mmmmm.....OK if you say so. ;-)
but there's no doubt he's performing the ceremonial air kissing thing on either side of the face. Which is acceptable protocol,


I'll give you "protocol" on the last picture...the european greeting...but not the first picture! NO way! They're sitting side by side, and the surprise look on the King's face....looks like when I stole my first kiss from my grade-school sweetheart! (when I was in gradeschool) That's definatley lip on lip....I gotta go barf now, after looking at it again...excuse me.....

BTW, that IS a date tree. It's the snack food of royalty. One of the princes shared his with our unit when we were in Riyadh, and I can't even describe how good they are....there is nothing I can compare them too. The dates we get here are not even in the same ballpark.

JDogger
06-17-2009, 11:37 PM
BTW, that IS a date tree. It's the snack food of royalty. One of the princes shared his with our unit when we were in Riyadh, and I can't even describe how good they are....there is nothing I can compare them too. The dates we get here are not even in the same ballpark.

I remember kidding my sister, when she asked my father, when we lived in West Africa in the early sixties, if it would be OK if she dated an Egyptian boy.
"Well sis", I said, "you know what those Arab boys do...they sit under palm trees and eat their dates."
I still have a ringing in my ears from his double-handed reply to me.

Well sweet, is sweet regards anyway,

JD

Hew
06-18-2009, 01:41 AM
I'll give you "protocol" on the last picture...the european greeting...but not the first picture! NO way! They're sitting side by side, and the surprise look on the King's face....looks like when I stole my first kiss from my grade-school sweetheart! (when I was in gradeschool) That's definatley lip on lip....I gotta go barf now, after looking at it again...excuse me....
Dear DNF,

Re: the first photo:

Shazaam dude, you sure are gullible. Two words: 1) photo, and 2) shop.

Your friend,
Gomer Pyle
Mayberry, NC

dnf777
06-18-2009, 06:58 AM
Dear DNF,

Re: the first photo:

Shazaam dude, you sure are gullible. Two words: 1) photo, and 2) shop.

Your friend,
Gomer Pyle
Mayberry, NC

Maybe, but given the preponderance of evidence....and the plethora of photos and videos of them strolling hand in hand through the tulips...I'll bet that was a little "thankyou peck" for the billions of dollars sent to the Carlyle Group that was used to bail out his failed businesses from the 80s and 90s.

But I could be wrong. Anyway, I prefer Apple's Aperture to Photoshop...MUCH easier to use, but being an amateur photographer, I'm opposed to "doctoring photos" to tell a falsehood. If that's the case, I"ll be happy to remove and discard...there's plenty of other shots anyway.

Dave