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Laughing Out Loud at Obama

acantlon Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 11:22 AM
Start talks on impeachment of O'Bama, at the same time feel out the possibility of a trial for treason, if the public and congress thought there was a possibility of justice being served there would be reason to be willing to compromise on the debt, as it now stands we know O'Bama will only use any agreement to futher perpetuate the debt in his quest to destroy the united states!
Jay Wye Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 4:20 PM
only idiots mention impeachment.
they're too stupid to realize that with the present makeup of the Senate,impeachment will go NOWHERE.
So there's no point in trying,it only makes us look bad,like we're trying to be a "spoiler".
daddy422 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 6:29 PM
We don't want plugs in charge anyway.He's Obamas ace in the hole!
Reginald10 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 12:29 PM
Since you (not I) voted to keep the Senate in Democratic hands, there is zero chance of El Presidente being removed.

Not gonna happen. Stop wasting your time, and ours.
Jeronimo2 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 11:46 AM
That sounds great for all of us that are law a bidden, but ain't going to happen as long as Reid has control of the Senate.
daddy422 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 6:27 PM
True.I'm still amazed at how he made up 13 to 15 points on election day.Man he must've
knocked on every door in the state on the last weekend.I can still smell the stink from that
particular race.I stagger at their contention that the GOP has moved to the "right wing radical"
side of my party. While by their voting record,Scary harry,Nasty Piglosi & Dictator Obama
had the most liberal voting records on ,,,,,,,,,well record.Somethings gotta give people.We
are going to have to take America back!
wdwrkr Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 10:06 PM
"We are going to have to take America back! "

Very difficult, maybe impossible. Too many sheeple.
I read that Senator Mitch McConnell burst into laughter upon hearing Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner lay out President Obama's "Fiscal Cliff" plan. Here's the rub:

> $1.6 trillion in revenue
> $50.0 billion stimulus
> $400.0 billion in Medicare cuts

Unlike Susan Rice, who was sent in to fall on the administration's sword during the Benghazi cover up, Geithner isn't looking for his next government job. It makes him the perfect foil. He can actually go in with a straight face with a proposal so absurd that an old reserved guy like McConnell doubles over in hysterical disbelief. Some say this is how you begin...
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