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Analysis: Obama's Worst Speech Yet

David356 Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 8:45 PM
Kids, kids, step back and take a long look. The fix is in. Kagen called her former boss friday night and clued him in on the SCOTUS vote. BHO hits the prompter and 'warns' the Justices yesterday and does a head fake with the Freudian slip. He then hits the podium today with this blather. He will continue to throw rocks, and dodge a few for the next several weeks causing some to scratch their heads and take the fake. When the SCOTUS says the healthcare law is cool all will be forgotten during the victory laps and the slide into term 2 home. It's all planned kids - no matter how wacky it gets. Just what is that ace up their sleeves if SCOTUS show that they too have been bought off? You know there's one there - look out!
rick1907 Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 9:28 PM
Just what we Old Testament prophet who can fortell the future. Buzz off, the American people are a lot smarter than that and most will never even hear nor read what the Great Imposter said today. That's directed at his money-people.
JamesB. Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 8:54 PM
I like the result you're hinting at but you sound delusional. It's not because of a "fix" that turnout will below for you guys. It's your awful candidate, Romney.
algae Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 12:16 AM
Wow James.. since the Libtrolls are calling Romney an "awful candidate", he may not be as lame as I thought he was.

I may have to vote for him after all. The entertainment value of watching you guys implode would make it worth it if nothing else.

Oh.. and before I forget, here's another reason for you to have an apoplectic fit: ABØ!
Jim Weber Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 8:49 PM
David356 Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 9:17 PM
But BHO and the Chicago thugs will and do take money from anyone, anywhere, anytime, so by comparison, how bad was CU? You're going to get your healthcare Jimbo, Carville spilled the beans last week.
If SCOTUS folds, you guys go with Medicare for everyone - single payer paradise, right?

Today we witnessed something truly remarkable. Barack Obama managed to out-do himself by uncorking what very well may have been the most dishonest, demagogic, and bitterly partisan speech of his presidency.  I render that assessment as someone who has sat through and analyzed countless Obama lectures, some of which earned very high marks for deceit and ideological invective.  Indeed, today's Occupy-inspired rant takes the cake.  It was a depressing and enraging preview of the next seven months, over which this president will unleash a barrage of sophistic and pernicious arguments deliberately designed to sow discord and divide Americans. ...