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Old 06-06-2010, 05:54 PM
Location: Alvarado, TX
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Say it ain't so!

Would someone remind us again why the nation elected this man to be president? A man with no resume, a man with no experience in running anything other than a political campaign, a man who is ignorant of history, economics, and technology? A man who is shallow and lazy? A man who shares neither character nor temperament with the American people in this vast republic? How did this happen?

Voters were smitten by the ideological handmaidens of identity politics and the promise of big government. The identity politics substituted a cosmetic profile for character and experience. The promise was that big government has the benevolent power and enlightened expertise to remake America from the top down into a more capable, more caring, kinder, gentler, and more respected place.
Amazing, absolutely amazing. With all that's been and is being written about this failure, it's hard to believe that The nay-sayers (the left) will vehemently deny all that is written here and elsewhere, bank on it. I've got my beer, sitting and waiting. C'mon. It's almost funny, if it wasn't so true.

American Thinker: The Smallest President
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:08 PM
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Hey! Someone has read my mind! I coulda (as in shoulda, woulda, coulda) written that myself...and most of the comments too!

It will be interesting to see what happens now that the dems themselves are turning on obummer...and please don't go demanding links for proof...you can read for yourself all about the many dem candidates, Nationwide, who do not want obummer's "help" with their campaigns.

There seems to be quite a few dems suddenly wanting to distance themselves from their chief puppet.

Stay tuned; this situation is about to get very interesting indeed.
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Old 06-06-2010, 07:10 PM
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Can anyone say George Soros? George Soros is the man and the money behind the push to put Obama into the Presidency. George Soros is no friend of America.
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