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Lackluster Obama: Change Is Hard, Give Me More Time

John1420 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 11:34 AM
The GOP is jealous that they have no one to rival with Obama's language and speaking skills. Reagan is DEAD and the GOP keeps looking for him. The dems finally stopped looking for JFK in 2008. At he GOP convention the speakers taked about THEMSELVES, the dems talked about Obama. The dems know how to do conventions 1000 times better.
DueNorth Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 12:54 PM
You're absolutely correct John... After November, the Republicans will spend the next 4 years trying to find their next rabid saviour again, while the rest of America moves forward.
g15y Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 12:04 PM
Maybe your D-RATS should look at JFK.........he at least understood the what it takes to make the economy go seems that the only Kennedy that they the Murder Teddy........
Becca in TX Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 12:57 PM
JFK said that lowering taxes would stimulate the economy and increase revenues. That's how he did it and it worked for him, just like it worked for Reagan. The Dims refuse to recognize that because they don't CARE if it actually helps the economy-they just want to make sure that "the rich" pay more-the politics of envy.
Bufa Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 11:40 AM
Platitudes,slogans and generalizations,

They always play well with the intellectually challenged and braindead of this country.
Drifter33 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 11:37 AM
Wow. So THAT is what "delusion" looks like.

59 days left, Liberal John. Only 59.

Your hero Obama had 4 years to generate ANY positive movement in the economy. He failed. It's time you "wake up and smell the coffee". Obama FAILED. And this economy is OBAMA's economy.

And we are going to evict him in just 59 days, effective in January. Too bad; so sad.

It's finally over.  Obama hasn't gotten any bump yet, but I've expected that to change. Now I'm not so sure for reasons discussed below.  Either way, Team Romney is ready to "carpet bomb" battleground states with ads starting Friday.  The last two hours of tonight's proceedings were the Biden and Obama show, so let's dig in:

Vice President Biden - Like Bill Clinton, Biden went too long.  He veered back and forth from near-whispering to stentorian shouting. After offering a loving tribute to his family and accepting the Vice Presidential nomination, Biden praised his running mate and...