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An Imperial President

a Concerned American Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 6:26 AM
Obama is a rigid ideologue and a malicious sociopath who is capable of doing and saying anything and everything to get whatever he wants, our freedoms and our future be d****d. One thing he is not, however, is stupid. That description far more befits the brain-dead drones that voted for him twice as POTUS.
pow1000 Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 8:16 PM
Agree, especially with the last sentence.
Fooling Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 12:09 PM
Interesting point. He has Rahm and the rest of the team of radicals from his days in Chicagotown. Definitely getting a hand.
robert3539 Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 9:25 AM
I think a more appropriate adjective would be cunning. Having watched obama speak off teleprompter, I do not think he is particularly intelligent. I also do not think he is the one calling the shots.
Fooling Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 6:44 AM
Agreed. And it also befits the GOP that rolls over for him.

Did you see the new NRA ad? Sure they call it racist predictably, but it is the best anti Obama ad I have ever seen. Mittens wouldhave won if he could have done that!

But it is radical to critique the Gangsta in Chief. Meanwhile, they tar and feather Mitt as a murderer.

Go figure. We look more and more like the Congo every day politically, because we are scared of calling out black folk.

Apologize to your kids. And tell them what it used to be like to go down the block and play without fear, or to be able to keep what you earn. Let them know that you thank them for their slavery to support our welfare state. Be honest. Be frank.

One definition of "imperial" on is, "of the nature or rank of an emperor or supreme ruler."

At his news conference Monday, a petulant, threatening and confrontational President Obama spoke like an emperor or supreme ruler. All that was missing was a scepter, a crown and a robe trimmed in ermine.

This president exceeds even Bill Clinton in his ability to evade, prevaricate and dissemble. I didn't think that possible.

Not only did he supply long answers to relatively easy questions, but much of what he said bore no relation to reality.

He spoke of having had the debate over...