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Buzz
09-20-2010, 11:06 AM
On the tube right now.

I can't wait to hear the response from the right.:rolleyes:

subroc
09-20-2010, 12:10 PM
does anyone on the right watch NBC or any of its affiliates?

WaterDogRem
09-20-2010, 12:17 PM
Don't think most of the righties really care, as we can probably predict what will come out of his mouth (gov isnít the problem, it's....fill in the blank thatís the problem ).
Also, we know you and the left will just continue to give him your unconditional love. No responses needed to that.
Can't wait till the lefty responses come Nov.

subroc
09-20-2010, 12:17 PM
something from that townhall - the left is tired of defending him...

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2010/09/20/cnbc_town_hall_questioner_to_obama_im_exhausted_of _defending_you.html

M&K's Retrievers
09-20-2010, 12:40 PM
Who let her sneak in? Heads will roll.

Clay Rogers
09-20-2010, 01:10 PM
On the tube right now.

I can't wait to hear the response from the right.:rolleyes:

Dang Buzz, you might should have let the forum finish before posting up the eye rolling thing. I think this one kinda backfired on ya, Huh?

Oh wait, I know, she must be a republican, right?:rolleyes: Back at ya.

Buzz
09-20-2010, 01:20 PM
Dang Buzz, you might should have let the forum finish before posting up the eye rolling thing. I think this one kinda backfired on ya, Huh?

Oh wait, I know, she must be a republican, right?:rolleyes: Back at ya.

She might be tired of dealing with people who in the same breath accuse him of helping Wall Street at the expense of Main Street, and of being a Socialist.

I don't think you can do both.

Buzz
09-20-2010, 01:27 PM
does anyone on the right watch NBC or any of its affiliates?

Yea, that liberal bastion, CNBC. :confused:

road kill
09-20-2010, 01:33 PM
On the tube right now.

I can't wait to hear the response from the right.:rolleyes:
Most of us on the right are out workin.......so we can support the leftys sitting at home watching TV all day! (-8


RK

YardleyLabs
09-20-2010, 02:05 PM
Despite the large number of people who are upset at Obama for doing too much too quickly (or of doing anything at all in the case of those who oppose all he supports), there is a fairly large number of people who are angry because he has done so little in his efforts to mollify Republican opposition. I am not one of those, but understand their frustration. Just as the tea party, which is supported by about 20-30% of the public (depending on the specific poll) believe that they represent the majority of the American electorate, the left wing of the Democratic party is equally delusional.

subroc
09-20-2010, 02:13 PM
...there is a fairly large number of people who are angry because he has done so little in his efforts to mollify Republican opposition...

what opposition, control of the house and 60 senate votes with a liberal media to carry his water?

YardleyLabs
09-20-2010, 02:18 PM
what opposition, control of the house and 60 senate votes with a liberal media to carry his water?
Lots of opposition on everything, regardless of whether the same proposal was originally proposed by Republicans or not. In case you haven't noticed, the Democrats only have 59 seats now and, even with 60, it seems individual Senators get to vote their own preferences along the way. As you may or may not remember, they also started with 59 and had 59 for the first six months. The death pf Ted Kennedy took them back to 59.

road kill
09-20-2010, 03:40 PM
Most of us on the right are out workin.......so we can support the leftys sitting at home watching TV all day! (-8


RK
GEE RK, you sure touched a nerve with that one!!:D


RK

david gibson
09-20-2010, 04:28 PM
Despite the large number of people who are upset at Obama for doing too much too quickly (or of doing anything at all in the case of those who oppose all he supports), there is a fairly large number of people who are angry because he has done so little in his efforts to mollify Republican opposition. I am not one of those, but understand their frustration. Just as the tea party, which is supported by about 20-30% of the public (depending on the specific poll) believe that they represent the majority of the American electorate, the left wing of the Democratic party is equally delusional.


thank you for finally admitting that you and dnf are disillusion! oh yeah, cant leave out Buzz!! sorry bro!


as for the rest - "mollify" ???? you must mean "bipartisanism"

you are correct sir, he has done nothing in the realm of bipartisanism although he demands it from the other side.

Buzz
09-20-2010, 04:49 PM
thank you for finally admitting that you and dnf are disillusion! oh yeah, cant leave out Buzz!! sorry bro!


as for the rest - "mollify" ???? you must mean "bipartisanism"

you are correct sir, he has done nothing in the realm of bipartisanism although he demands it from the other side.


I never used the word mollify. I think I used the term, placate. In retrospect, I should have used the word, appease. Obama is a righty appeaser...

road kill
09-20-2010, 05:05 PM
I never used the word mollify. I think I used the term, placate. In retrospect, I should have used the word, appease. Obama is a righty appeaser...

Funny, I am to the right, and most of the people I know are to the right, none of them have mentioned feeling "appeased" as of late.


WTH are you talking about??



RK

david gibson
09-20-2010, 05:14 PM
Funny, I am to the right, and most of the people I know are to the right, none of them have mentioned feeling "appeased" as of late.


WTH are you talking about??



RK

ah geeze,even they dont know RK.....

weather is cooler, 5 HT's coming up, training tomorrow with a friend/pro, and new puppy in 5 weeks........its training time in Texas! in spring i will have a 6mo. old in Jr....ahhhhhhhh the joys

YardleyLabs
09-20-2010, 05:34 PM
Only Republicans have any reason to pay attention to the right most 20%, where David, Stan and the ever anonymous and vacuous GMan are firmly ensconced. Recognizing that liberals and moderates make up two thirds of the country, those are the only ones worth the effort for a Democratic President. Similarly, for a Republican President, there is no need to speak with the most liberal segments of the Democrats, but there are lots of reasons to worry about RINO's, Independents, and the more conservative Democrats. Both are examples of bipartisanship from the perspective of the people, even if the more extreme elements consider them to be examples of treachery.

depittydawg
09-20-2010, 08:54 PM
something from that townhall - the left is tired of defending him...

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2010/09/20/cnbc_town_hall_questioner_to_obama_im_exhausted_of _defending_you.html

That woman is right on the money! At least they don't screen the participants like Rove used to do for Bush. Kudo's to the woman, and the President for allowing her to speak her mind.

Clay Rogers
09-20-2010, 11:15 PM
That woman is right on the money! At least they don't screen the participants like Rove used to do for Bush. Kudo's to the woman, and the President for allowing her to speak her mind.

You dude need help. All you guys need help. Bush has been out of office now for almost 2 years. Get another damn arguement, fool. Bush did this and Bush did that. I think its time to get some different talking points, or just quit talking.

depittydawg
09-20-2010, 11:47 PM
You dude need help. All you guys need help. Bush has been out of office now for almost 2 years. Get another damn arguement, fool. Bush did this and Bush did that. I think its time to get some different talking points, or just quit talking.

I'll ignore your petty insults again. Now, Read the post again. There was a lot more to it than the "B" word that puts you on the defensive.

How long do you think the policies of a President endure after they are gone? Take a wild stab at it. Try to be serious and answer the question from an intellectual, rather than emotional frame of mind.

Clay Rogers
09-20-2010, 11:59 PM
I'll ignore your petty insults again. Now, Read the post again. There was a lot more to it than the "B" word that puts you on the defensive.

How long do you think the policies of a President endure after they are gone? Take a wild stab at it. Try to be serious and answer the question from an intellectual, rather than emotional frame of mind.


Why don't you tell me, great and all knowing Oz. And as I told you last week, I haven't insulted you, yet.