The Campaign is over...

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    During the Health Care Reform Summit (a big waste of time and electricity) President Owe Bama, in another one of his displays of stupidity, told Senator McCain that the "Campaign is over." Well, if that is really true, why is it that Owe Bama seems to be on a campaign mission every time he speaks in public? He never speaks in a Presidential way but only in a way that makes you feel like he is running for office. Didn't anybody tell him he won the election and it's time to start acting like a President - which is another issue in itself. Am I the only one who feels like he is being "preached at" when he speaks and not "talked to" as a citizen should be?
     
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    I think he meant the campaign was over for McCain........
    Obama is has never stopped campaigning.
     
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    I'd like to see President Obama stop acting like a President and actually govern. But then that would require him to repudiate his current idealology. I dont think it's likely.
     
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    Barry certainly has mastered being a condecending jerk.
     
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    To be fair, that is a pretty common trait to master.
     
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    I can master the jerk part but as I am usually looking up from the floor the condescending thing is hard to pull off.

    If you want to learn a lot about democracy, become a drunk.
     
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    I'll drink to that! :beer:
     
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    Frickin hell Frogen - that's postin' on ice for the gold right there!!! :clap2:


    As for Obama being an arrogant prick - yeah, pretty much case closed on that point...
     
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    Yes. Obama's mile-wide nasty streak was apparent for all to see.

    He was projecting and nasty about it. Self-loathing, I suppose.
     
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    Apparently, reality = nastiness.
     

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