Some inadvertent truths about Obama

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  1. Conservative
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    Some inadvertent truths | obama, president, government - Opinion - The Orange County Register
    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm......
     
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    I don't like him at all but you have to admit, he's done real well for himself since he came to America. He could have never have pulled off his brand of bullshit in Africa. Africans are smarter than our liberal Democrats.
     
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    *shrugs* Attacking Obama doesn't get votes. Explaining what is good about your candidate is pretty much what's going to do it.

    It would also very much help if you would show what he did as a politician and not a business man. In this case what did he do in Massachusetts as Governor... I personally don't care what he did for himself or stockholders... What did he do for his state and the people within it? Run on that track record, if you can. If you can't... You fucked.
     
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    The new Commerce Department report claims government deficit spending did more to boost the economy in the early days of the recession than at first believed, but Mr. Obama’s statisticians revise the past more than any previous administration, and always in ways that support the White House narrative. “He is deliberately misrepresenting this,” Mr. Clinton said in 1992. “Here’s a person with a terrible record on government spending and a terrible record on jobs and a person who broke his word on taxes. He has no credibility.” Twenty years later, it’s still the economy, stupid.


    EDITORIAL: Obama
     
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    Claiming an economic win just proves how badly America needs a different president.
     
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    speaking the truth is an attack?
     
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    Wow... talk about completely missing the message. Carry on then.
     
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    you talk almost entirely about Romney in a thread about Obama, and then whine like a little bitch that I missed your point? Be gone, dumb ass.
     
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    Agreed, we know the economy remains in the dumps; an attack on our shores, two wars, and a tax giveaway to those outside the US, wherein trillions went OUT of the country, left us in the RED. What is Romney's plan? Obama has had foreign policy victories, but his economic record should be addressed, not simply bemoaned.
     
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    Yeah... You are obviously one of those people who really doesn't care that his/her chosen representative actually gets into office. It's all good by me. Continue on as you were...
     

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