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It's Time To Turn the Tables on this Presidential Bully

Barbara1328 Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 8:25 AM
Since the Democrats have their constant spokesperson (Obama) speaking all over the country, why can't the Republicans? Get somebody out there all the time - to businesses and colleges and go on TV to explain their position. Plus, one thing Republicans should do is stop talking to the public as though they were addressing a boardroom. America is dumbing down and Obama talks to the dumbed down citizen. It's hard enough talking about anything financial to most people but to talk in the trillions and billions just makes their eyes glaze over. Keep it in simple language, use examples of hard work that turned into success. Criticize Obama for making the last four years about dividing the country.
Robert 206 Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 8:33 AM
Excellent points! My belief is that Republicans have to get over this fantasy that they can't really go after this president because, well, he's black and he's special! When you're president of more than 300 million people and you're screwing up big time you don't have any viable defense--even a pathetic defense of being a biracial man! Give me a break. A corporation would fire you in a heartbeat!
Barbara1328 Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 8:26 AM
Maybe ask the question, before Obama showed up did you ever, really think about what the owner or stockholders of the company you worked for made? Didn't all the just start with Obama and his determination to divide us?
Something is very wrong in the world when the most dogmatic and inflexible president in recent memory can make unreasonable demands of his GOP budget opponents and yet be confident they'll be blamed for the impasse.

It is past time Barack Obama be held accountable for his intentionally irresponsible fiscal policies that are guaranteed to take us into national bankruptcy. It is outrageous enough that he is steering us into insolvency, but it is unbearable that he's fraudulently blaming the Republican Party for it to boot.

This is not a close call, and reasonable people, if they understood the facts, would not support...