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Obama's Campaign about Nothing

KYoung43 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 9:28 AM
I always felt better when Obama was golfing and Mooch and the girls were traveling the world. Yeah, I was one of the taxpayers footing the bills for this nonsense, but at least Barry wasn't where he could do any damage to anything but hit a divot or two. The problem with his campaign promises and the blather about the Buffet Rule, he's appealing to people who are not working and whose calculators cannot figure numbers in "billions" or even "millions." Their economic education doesn't extend further than the fact that the welfare check that comes every month doesn't cover their expenses and that they need MORE, which Barry and his Lefties are promising them.
Jerome49 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 11:19 AM
The more time Obama spends out of D.C. the safer we will all be. As far as I am concerned, he should stay on the golf course for the rest of his life.

Obama may go down as the first president in the history of the U.S. to run a campaign based, like Jerry Seinfeld’s comedy, on nothing.  

It’s gotten so bad that the New York Times is appealing to people to “believe in” Obama, like he’s a children’s character or a Vegas magic act, rather than president of the United States.

Talk about bitter clingers who cling to their religion.

But I know what they mean. There is isn’t any good logical reason to vote for Obama even if you are a liberal.          

Let’s take his tax policy.

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