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Obama's Hostile and Evasive Presser

karpe diem Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 1:14 AM
i hope the republicans would let obama do everything he wishes to do, whether with the economy or with Petraus or clean energy or whatever soon people will realize what he is doing to this country, and maybe there will be calls for a recall of this president. maybe when enough people will be unemployed and more businesses move overseas it will be clear to everyone what kind of presidency they have chosen. the sooner the better for all of us.
rwright Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 3:17 PM
You are living in a dream world. Never gonna happen,
Jeff_Georgia Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 2:43 PM
Sorry, R9. It that was going to work, he wouldn't be president now. He did more than enough in his first term that any other time in American history, he would have been thrown out on his a ss, along with the Moocher and the kids.
bill311 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 10:30 AM
But can we afford to wait that long?????
VeteranSFC Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 7:43 AM
Unfortunately I don't think the people who put this man in power and his plans in motion have no intention or ability to realize the impact of their foolishness. Sorry, but these are the people we see on Jay Walking, and the ones who get their news from John Stewart and MSNBC.

They need to find out that lying to the American public has a price. Only after the shock of this president being convicted of his crimes has been made apparent will they begin to realize the magnitude of being dopey and voting in despots.

Obama's first post-election press conference, if you could call it that, tells us a great deal about his attitude and the approach he intends to pursue in his second term, which is the same failed policy mix on steroids.

Obama's re-election, of course, gives him the right to pursue these policies, but it doesn't deny elected Republicans the right or relieve them of the duty to oppose them.

If Obama can glean any intelligible mandate from his victory, it is that relentless negative campaigning, demagoguery, divisive identity politics, deceit and superior political strategists targeting essential voters and...