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Old 04-19-2009, 06:42 PM
 
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The sad reality of Obama's first 100 days is that the liberal media is still making him appear as a super star even though we had millions of people (demos, indies, and repubs) on Tax Day screaming out loud to him and our government that they don't want to see anymore spending done by the government. To an extent, AND I AM A INDEPENDENT BY THE WAY, we need to be angry at the Democrats and Republicans in Congress for allowing/approving Obama's huge bailout spending plans.

When is it going to stop? Here in CA, with our so called REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR, who clearly said when he got in office that CA was not going to be spending money it doesn't have nor raise taxes on us tax payers. And what does this Republican governor do? HE TAXES THE BLEEP OUT OF US, and he takes the 4 billion dollar bailout money from Obama's Administration to help cut CA deficit. To add insult to injury, Arnold has taxed us Californians so high (100% DMV tax hike that he repealed when Gray Davis raised it, increased state income taxes, and added a 1% sales tax hike) that people are fed up and leaving the state in record numbers.

Then, we have the Republicans across the nation. Many of them are still basically upset because they were defeated last November, and to a certain extent I do sympathize with them because they have been screaming at us demos and indies all of last year about Obama isn't the man for the presidency. But again was Mccain and Palin the better of the pick as well, especially when Mccain is now dissing poor Palin?

What's so sad too is that the Republicans are looking for any mistake that Obama makes and will continue to make during his first term as an INEXPERIENCED president, as a means to further demonize him as president, instead of looking for solutions to our economic crisis. God bless America, my home sweet home!!!!!!!

I think I better start stock piling food and grab a couple of fire arms with my food as well before my Second Ammendment right is outlawed. I am waiting to hear your comments on Obama's first 100 days.

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Old 04-19-2009, 07:28 PM
 
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Obama spent more money in 100 days than Bush spent in 7 years of Iraq, 8 years of Afganistan, and Hurricane Katirina combined. What else would we expect from such a far left wealth redistributionist?
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Old 04-20-2009, 10:24 AM
 
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Here is a great read:

Obama’s First 100 Days: Worse Than Even We Predicted

Hope and Change...sure and I have a bridge I'd like to sell you!
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Old 04-20-2009, 10:52 AM
 
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The sad reality of Obama's first 100 days is that the liberal media is still making him appear as a super star even though we had millions of people (demos, indies, and repubs) on Tax Day screaming out loud to him and our government that they don't want to see anymore spending done by the government. To an extent, AND I AM A INDEPENDENT BY THE WAY, we need to be angry at the Democrats and Republicans in Congress for allowing/approving Obama's huge bailout spending plans.

When is it going to stop? Here in CA, with our so called REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR, who clearly said when he got in office that CA was not going to be spending money it doesn't have nor raise taxes on us tax payers. And what does this Republican governor do? HE TAXES THE BLEEP OUT OF US, and he takes the 4 billion dollar bailout money from Obama's Administration to help cut CA deficit. To add insult to injury, Arnold has taxed us Californians so high (100% DMV tax hike that he repealed when Gray Davis raised it, increased state income taxes, and added a 1% sales tax hike) that people are fed up and leaving the state in record numbers.

Then, we have the Republicans across the nation. Many of them are still basically upset because they were defeated last November, and to a certain extent I do sympathize with them because they have been screaming at us demos and indies all of last year about Obama isn't the man for the presidency. But again was Mccain and Palin the better of the pick as well, especially when Mccain is now dissing poor Palin?

What's so sad too is that the Republicans are looking for any mistake that Obama makes and will continue to make during his first term as an INEXPERIENCED president, as a means to further demonize him as president, instead of looking for solutions to our economic crisis. God bless America, my home sweet home!!!!!!!

I think I better start stock piling food and grab a couple of fire arms with my food as well before my Second Ammendment right is outlawed. I am waiting to hear your comments on Obama's first 100 days.
Haha, milions? You must be kidding me...those marches had a max of 500,000 people. I am also postive the majority were hardcore right wing nuts.
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Old 04-20-2009, 10:55 AM
 
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what's a milion?

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Haha, milions? You must be kidding me...those marches had a max of 500,000 people. I am also postive the majority were hardcore right wing nuts.
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Old 04-20-2009, 11:10 AM
 
Location: The Great State of Texas, Finally!
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Most of Obama's destructive legislation and policies won't be felt for a few years, at which time, he will either have escaped scrutiny by the graces of the main stream propaganda or he'll blame it on Bush. Either way, the hardest years for us will be after he is long gone from office. THAT's the problem.
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Old 04-20-2009, 01:21 PM
 
Location: Apple Valley Calif
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Obama spent more money in 100 days than Bush spent in 7 years of Iraq, 8 years of Afganistan, and Hurricane Katirina combined. What else would we expect from such a far left wealth redistributionist?
You are very wrong in your statement..!
Dumbo has spent more in his first 100 days that all the presidents before him, combined...!
We, not me, have elected a fool and a madman to destroy our country, and at that, he is doing a fine job...
Pray that we can survive his reighn of terror...
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Old 04-20-2009, 03:16 PM
 
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"we are all doomed, doomed I say"
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Old 04-20-2009, 05:04 PM
 
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Haha, milions? You must be kidding me...those marches had a max of 500,000 people. I am also postive the majority were hardcore right wing nuts.
I meant millions by adding up all of the cities where those protestors participated.
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Old 04-20-2009, 05:07 PM
 
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You are very wrong in your statement..!
Dumbo has spent more in his first 100 days that all the presidents before him, combined...!
We, not me, have elected a fool and a madman to destroy our country, and at that, he is doing a fine job...
Pray that we can survive his reighn of terror...
People said the same thing about Bush, about Clinton, about daddy Bush, and about Reagan. God has blessed the USA so much that basically no matter who's running the country, he couldn't really steer it into the ground. We fail to forget that much of our properity doesn't come necessarily from what one man in office does, but what our local governments do in terms of stimulating the economy by providing TAX INCENTIVES/breaks for small business since small businesses are the ones providing the majority of jobs for Americans.
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