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What an Embarrassment. good luck getting through the video. UGH

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQFFZJpTmD0&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - Obama spends almost 6 minutes demonizing his opponents[/ame]

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So> Fox spoends 24 hours a day doing the same thing.

On more than one channel.
 

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That is how you will be seen soon when the facts of this bill are seen.

ITS NOT ARMEGEDON!

ITS NOT THE END OF DEMOCRACY!

Now even the Rs in office are backing away from repeal.
 
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So> Fox spoends 24 hours a day doing the same thing.

On more than one channel.
They are a private business.

He is the POTUS.

I really shouldn't have to point out the difference, except to the terminally stupid.
 
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Six WHOLE minutes?

Are you talking about President Obama, who, according to Republicans is a racist, terrorist, child molester, Marxist, Kenyan, watermelon eating, totalitarian, Socialist, drug addicted, gay, Nazi, black, Muslim, Communist, illegal Alien who wants to kill your grandmother and is the "anti Christ"?

THAT President Obama?
 
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Six WHOLE minutes?

Are you talking about President Obama, who, according to Republicans is a racist, terrorist, child molester, Marxist, Kenyan, watermelon eating, totalitarian, Socialist, drug addicted, gay, Nazi, black, Muslim, Communist, illegal Alien who wants to kill your grandmother and is the "anti Christ"?

THAT President Obama?
:lol:
waaaaaa
 

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Six WHOLE minutes?

Are you talking about President Obama, who, according to Republicans is a racist, terrorist, child molester, Marxist, Kenyan, watermelon eating, totalitarian, Socialist, drug addicted, gay, Nazi, black, Muslim, Communist, illegal Alien who wants to kill your grandmother and is the "anti Christ"?

THAT President Obama?
Is there another?
 

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i love when libs like USC, when defending obama, compare and point to rush and fox news...

:lol:
 
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rdean

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Six WHOLE minutes?

Are you talking about President Obama, who, according to Republicans is a racist, terrorist, child molester, Marxist, Kenyan, watermelon eating, totalitarian, Socialist, drug addicted, gay, Nazi, black, Muslim, Communist, illegal Alien who wants to kill your grandmother and is the "anti Christ"?

THAT President Obama?
Is there another?
I doubt it. Could anyone else be so many things to the Republicans? To an outsider, it would appear Republicans have something more against Obama than just his policies. I wonder what it could be? Maybe because he lives in the "White" House?
 
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Six WHOLE minutes?

Are you talking about President Obama, who, according to Republicans is a racist, terrorist, child molester, Marxist, Kenyan, watermelon eating, totalitarian, Socialist, drug addicted, gay, Nazi, black, Muslim, Communist, illegal Alien who wants to kill your grandmother and is the "anti Christ"?

THAT President Obama?
Is there another?
I doubt it. Could anyone else be so many things to the Republicans? To an outsider, it would appear Republicans have something more against Obama than just his policies. I wonder what it could be? Maybe because he lives in the "White" House?
now who didn't see this one coming. YAWN
 

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i love when libs like USC, when defending obama, compare and point to rush and fox news...

:lol:
Glad to please.
Some are so simple to entertain.

Do ya'll mean to say that there is a dibberence between private industry and our government?
Welkl I guess so, private industry does not run prisons or make war. Ohh wait....
 
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What an ass!

He acted like an ass in that video. If he was trying to do stand up comedy, I would suggest that he not give up his day job... except, that I would rather see him doing stand up than what he is doing today.

Well, here is some information for him... in fact, he said it himself... "it has only been a week". The bill hasn't even taken affect yet. The effects of this bill begin five years down the road. It will be at least that long before we start getting hit by the provisions.

Is it the end of the world? No.

Is it the end of freedom as we know it? Well, freedoms have been slipping away for a long time now. This bill is not going to be the end of the line. However, it is another step in the elimination of American freedoms. By the time Americans wake up and realize that they have no freedoms any longer, it will be too late.

Immie
 

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I've been amazed at how the left has bought into the 'violent Conservatives at Tea Parties,' equating the protests with everything from telephone threats, (common occurrence for those in public eye), to Timothy McVeigh and abortion doctor murderers.

Of course, demonizing is one way of showing superiority, no matter how wrong one is:

Democrats get hip to the paranoid style of politics | Washington Examiner

Democrats get hip to the paranoid style of politics

By: Chris Stirewalt
Political Editor
April 1, 2010


White House senior advisers, from left, Valerie Jarrett; Phil Schiliro, assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs; and David Axelrod, walk towards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. (Charles Dharapak/AP)

To read the news, you might assume that there is a militiaman under every rock and that every tea party is a front for the Aryan Nation.

Will Sarah Palin's "targeting" of House Democrats incite assassins? Is "kill the bill" really a call to violence? Are there links between the Republican Party and nine nuts shooting guns outside a southern Michigan doublewide?

It is usually those out of power who are drawn to paranoid conspiracies, but Democrats sound like a pack of John Birchers talking about a shadowy conspiracy that is plotting against them.

Certainly the Right has seen its share of black helicopters since the dawning of the age of Obama.

There are still the fringey few who hope that Barack Obama isn't really the president because he isn't really a citizen. More common is the wild-eyed notion that Obama is trying to fail on purpose in order to precipitate a crisis that will give him even greater power....

...What's unusual is for the party in power to so deeply embrace conspiratorial thinking. Democrats control both houses of Congress and the presidency, which brings in all of the spooky stuff -- the military, the FBI, the CIA.

But you wouldn't know it from listening to the leaders of the party.

Democrats in Congress have tried to link their passage of the president's health care plan with the protection of black equal rights in 1964. By extension, those who resist what they've done are no better than segregationists.

And when Democrats claimed that ugly racial epithets were hurled at members walking into the Capitol or that one member was spit on, establishment media outlets gobbled up the story.

The video from that walk has been pored over like the Zapruder film. There is some spittle flying from the lips of a shouting protester, but no spitting in disdain. And no one has found any evidence to corroborate the claim that the n-word was flying.

But it appeals to Democrats to think that while what they've done is unpopular, it is morally right. Half of the country may be telling them to stop, but it's only because their minds have been poisoned by racism and intolerance.

White House health care spokeswoman Linda Douglass has been on a crusade against "disinformation" and "so-called analysis" for months.

It's part of the unified media theory at the White House: Nutters say bad things about the president and his policies on the Internet and then Fox News takes on the case. Soon, establishment media outlets are reporting the story.

It's seen as a perpetual motion conspiracy that keeps more Americans from understanding what's good for them...
 

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Six WHOLE minutes?

Are you talking about President Obama, who, according to Republicans is a racist, terrorist, child molester, Marxist, Kenyan, watermelon eating, totalitarian, Socialist, drug addicted, gay, Nazi, black, Muslim, Communist, illegal Alien who wants to kill your grandmother and is the "anti Christ"?

THAT President Obama?
:lol:
waaaaaa
So you hypocrites start a thread whining and crying about obama and then when other dare to expose the FACT that the right has demonized obama and the left almost constantly your only response is to try and ridicule them for speaking the truth?

How typical.
 

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Six WHOLE minutes?

Are you talking about President Obama, who, according to Republicans is a racist, terrorist, child molester, Marxist, Kenyan, watermelon eating, totalitarian, Socialist, drug addicted, gay, Nazi, black, Muslim, Communist, illegal Alien who wants to kill your grandmother and is the "anti Christ"?

THAT President Obama?
Is there another?
I doubt it. Could anyone else be so many things to the Republicans? To an outsider, it would appear Republicans have something more against Obama than just his policies. I wonder what it could be? Maybe because he lives in the "White" House?
Yea it's because he's black.:cuckoo:
 

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