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Old 04-03-2013, 02:25 PM
Status: "Let's Go Brandon" (set 8 days ago)
 
Location: Austin
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Now I feel better. All of those Obama lies were really just jokes. He was joking when he said the stimulus would prevent unemployment from getting even close to what we experienced. He was joking when he said he would reduce the deficit by half in his first term. He was joking when he said he would not sign a health care bill that added even one dime to the deficit.... etc.

But the most shocking part of all these lies and jokes is that his supporters will defend our "comedian in chief" to the end. They have decided that high unemployment is OK. And 50 million people on food stamps is OK. And record number of people in poverty is OK.

Meanwhile, high unemployment and the highest levels of poverty in 60 years have become "Obama normal".... and that's no joke.

Barack Obama's Greatest Jokes | Independent Journal Review
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Old 04-03-2013, 02:36 PM
 
Location: Whoville....
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Originally Posted by Roadking2003 View Post
Now I feel better. All of those Obama lies were really just jokes. He was joking when he said the stimulus would prevent unemployment from getting even close to what we experienced. He was joking when he said he would reduce the deficit by half in his first term. He was joking when he said he would not sign a health care bill that added even one dime to the deficit.... etc.

But the most shocking part of all these lies and jokes is that his supporters will defend our "comedian in chief" to the end. They have decided that high unemployment is OK. And 50 million people on food stamps is OK. And record number of people in poverty is OK.

Meanwhile, high unemployment and the highest levels of poverty in 60 years have become "Obama normal".... and that's no joke.

Barack Obama's Greatest Jokes | Independent Journal Review
These things would only be not ok if they had a way to pin them on Bush. Because they can't they must be ok. I can't be that they were wrong.
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Old 04-03-2013, 02:39 PM
Status: "Let's Go Brandon" (set 8 days ago)
 
Location: Austin
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OK. Somebody sent me this and now I feel bad about being so critical.

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