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Obama Hasn't Been Divisive? You Can't Be Serious

ocarol500 Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 7:39 AM
Obama's not the only 'great divider' ... the GOP establishment is tearing apart its own Party. So help me, whoever orchestrated McCain's loss appears to be in control of the RNC. Or perhaps it is a Democrat Operative, I don't know. It seems that Democrats are biting the hand that feeds the economy and the government and that they are doing so without any knowledge of either economics or history.
William4422 Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 4:05 PM
That would have been Micheal Steele,the head of the GOP at the time.
The current GOP leader(sorry I have a hard time spelling his first and last name)Is one kick asz leader.I saw him on SH on Fox.He's a take no prisoners,bare knuckle fighter,and he even said so.
William4422 Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 4:05 PM
That would have been Micheal Steele,the head of the GOP at the time.
The current GOP leader(sorry I have a hard time spelling his first and last name)Is one kick asz leader.I saw him on SH on Fox.He's a take no prisoners,bare knuckle fighter,and he even said so.
Seawolf Wrote: Aug 21, 2012 8:00 AM
If they had let McCain be McCain, the crusty fighterjock with balls of brass and let Sarah be Sarah, we would have beaten this commie like a rented mule. MCCain was raised to be an officer and a gentleman, but he ain't no metrosexual wimp liar like the zero and that's what the tried to convey.
I was on Sean Hannity's show the other night, and the question was whether Obama's statement denying his divisiveness is defensible. It's not.

Obama said, "I don't think you or anybody who's been watching the campaign would say that in any way we have tried to divide the country. We've always tried to bring the country together."

If this weren't such a serious subject, his statement would be laughable. Let's just say it's ludicrous -- and disingenuous.

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