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Welcome to the Armageddon

Jeff2422 Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 9:16 AM
My, my, but he is not "a dictator." Apparently, last week he had to assure all of us that "I am not a dictator, I am President." Odd that he has to say it. Nixon said "people need to know if their President is a crook or not. Well, I am not a crook." We found out different, didn't we. The title "President" does not guarantee that he is not a dictator, Castro had that title. I suspect, like Nixon, his assurance is just another lie.
Rich L. Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 5:28 PM
Nixon was not a crook, he was power-mad and paranoid and he covered for his henchmen when they were crooks. It seems funny now looking back that he was worried about his opponent when he won in a landslide even with the Watergate scandal hanging on him. That is what power will do to a man of weak character and the zero has zero character.
Pistol Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 11:46 AM
Scottish proverb: The louder he talked of his honor, the faster we counted the spoons.
Seawolf Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 11:19 AM
When he has to remind us, he isn't doing much of a job of it...and he reminds us a lot.
jhanrahan Wrote: Mar 03, 2013 9:40 AM
Nixon seems like a saint compared to obummer!

Welcome to Thunder Dome.

Well, at least sequestration was supposed to bring about a post-apocalyptic world until President Obama realized Republicans weren’t going to capitulate to his will (again) and raise taxes (again) to replace the sequester he birthed in 2011.

There was a distinct change in tone from the White House this week on what sequestration would mean. In little more than a week we went from roving bands of teacherless children wandering darkened streets filled with uninspected rancid meat, illegal aliens and pre-convicted felons released because of lack of funds setting fires there aren’t enough firefighters to extinguish...