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Could Obama Finally Have Overplayed His Hand

Michael160 Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 1:26 PM
The media always turn on a President in his second term, it's fun, there's lot of material, and by that point the opposition party has nobody left to write about. There will surely be some sort of scandal to focus on and occupy the long years of lameduckdom. And then a Republican will come in and after denouncing all that Obama stood for, will embrace, continue and ramp up all of his policies, like Obama did with Bush. And everybody will run to the other side of the ship to yell from there.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 4:28 PM
What you are saying is, Barry will be gone but his replacement will be an Establishment RINO..could be. They are the reason I remain Independent.
CombatMissionary Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 7:56 PM
Guess the Tea Partiers better focus on taking back the Republican party then and focus on true fiscal conservatism, states' rights and a strong foreign policy (if we can't run nationally on social conservatism as well).
ppotts Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 3:09 PM
You are absolutely right, its coming.
Is it possible that Obama's arrogance, personal pettiness, sanctimoniousness and egotism (for starters) could finally be his unraveling? Even the liberal media are starting to notice, but will it last?

Up to this point, they've dutifully played along with his Alinskyite tactics -- converting the office of the presidency into a headquarters for community organizing at a federal level and a position to organize and fund a perpetual campaign against his political opponents instead of governing.

The liberal media share Obama's leftist policy goals and the ends-justify-the-means mentality that accompanies them and have thus far been eager not only to ignore Obama's thuggishness...