Obama's: Go for it = Bring it on?

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    it appears so, but it is not like he is invitng more terrorism or something.

    don't try and compare this to Bush's bring em on rhetoric.
     
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    same arrogance, no? same unwillingness to talk, no?
     
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    Bush = Bring it on to our enemies.

    Obama = Go for it to Americans.



    :rolleyes:
    What a guy.
     
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    More like go for it Lyin ass con-artists. But yes, they would technically be Americans too.
     
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    Obama's got more of the "I'm better than you intellectually, financially, and positionally" kind of arrogance. You know, the kind of arrogance that you just get so ticked off by...annoyance really.

    Bush has more of the "Get dem varmits even if it means gettin all the countries in the world, son!" type of arrogance. The neo-con PNAC agenda in a supposedly southern personality (he's from CONNECTICUT, a BLUE BLOOD NORTHEASTERN STATE for goodness sake! I don't know why southerners, especially Texans, fall for that alleged "southern-ness" that Bush tried to display.).
     
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    Meh, I think it's more of a "There is no constitutional basis for overturning this, none, zero, zilch, goose egg. We'll all disintegrate and reform in another part of the universe before you overturn this on constitutional grounds" kind of thing than arrogance. That's just me though.

    **I stand corrected**
    I followed your link, Mike and it's more of a "People don't want to turn the clock back on this, you are sorely mistaken if you think this will get you votes" kind of thing. So in a way, yeah it's pretty arrogant. :) I think taunting would be a better word. Either way still justified.
     
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    There is no constitutional ground for its being law, either.

    And please don't bring up "general welfare," as individual health has nothing to do with it.
     
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    Talk about what? Joining the Republicans to repeal a bill he just signed?

    Is there not NOT ONE RIGHTWING NUT on this board who understands the consequences of elections? ...and more importantly, can exhibit an iota of dignity about dealing with those consequences?
     

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