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road kill
01-23-2010, 03:41 PM
This shows me that contrary to what our resident all-knowing leftys say, President Obama knows he's got "trouble right here in River City!!"

".....and that starts with T and that rhymes with P and that stands for POLLS!!"

(pretty good huh??;))

Any way, Plouffe was masterful in the Presidential election.
WTH.....he had cartoon characters mobilized to vote....at least in WI mickey Mouse voted from 4 different false addresses!!

Read and opine....

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/24/us/politics/24union.html




rk

BTW---this may be the first time (the MA election) in Obama's life that anyone ever said NO to him!!:D

huntinman
01-23-2010, 03:54 PM
This shows me that contrary to what our resident all-knowing leftys say, President Obama knows he's got "trouble right here in River City!!"

".....and that starts with T and that rhymes with P and that stands for POLLS!!"

(pretty good huh??;))

Any way, Plouffe was masterful in the Presidential election.
WTH.....he had cartoon characters mobilized to vote....at least in WI mickey Mouse voted from 4 different false addresses!!

Read and opine....

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/24/us/politics/24union.html




rk

BTW---this may be the first time (the MA election) in Obama's life that anyone ever said NO to him!!:D

Rk, you are right about everything except for this being the first time anyone said no to Obama. The Olympics said no, the global warming kooks said no, NJ voters said no, VA voters said no and MA voters said "Hell No"!

More to come...

K G
01-23-2010, 04:17 PM
The economy is also saying "no" to BHO...like an petulant child, he's decided to single out banks as the cause for the state of our economy. While there is no-doubt plenty of blame they should assume, an almost 6% drop in the DJIA in the past week ought to tell him something. Wonder if he'd have taken this tack if Coakley had won in Massachusetts???

The good thing is he's giving Americans more reasons to excuse him from a second term in '12. Hope this fragile economy can survive that long...

k g