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Obama’s Total War Against the GOP

pinenee Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 10:57 AM
My calculations measures 81 million American "white people" could be Conservatives / Republican Party constituents. Give it some thought, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Hillery Clinton, and Mr. Obama attend, respond, explore, and initiate better work places, schools, homes, society, and economics than any Republican Party and conservative leader or representative. Mr. Obama's cadre has done more, do more, and will do more to advance those 81 million citizens than the GOP/ conservatives if they had a million years.
Texas Chris Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 1:48 PM
What exactly have they done?

Provided jobs? Unemployment hasn't been below 7.8 in 4 years, and the real number is far higher.

Schools? Education levels have been declining for decades.

Homes? Minority homeowners were worst his in the subprime scandal.

Society? 50 million abortions and an uptick in school shootings...

Economy? $16.7 trillion in debt, inflation at the pump and grocery, negative GDP, monthly government shutdown threats, crisis after crisis, scandal after scandal...

No president would be better than Obama! Srsly, not having one would be better...
Jack2894 Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 2:18 PM
CHris, tossing out inaccurate facts does you no good. Obama reversed the TREND in unemployment, which is a success. Nothing he or anyone else has done is what causes our education system to decline. Minority owners were not the worst hit. There is no uptick in school shootings: in fact, violence of almost every sort is way down. The economic numbers are mixed: some are good some are bad. None of them are as bad as they were under Bush, save deficits.

Get yourself together.

The 2012 presidential campaign is over, but not for President Obama. The community organizer turned Senator turned president, who ran on hope and change in 2008 and its antipode character assassination in 2012, has no intention of putting politics behind him. Rather, he is seeking to wage a total war against the Republicans for their political immiseration.

Total war is a two-pronged approach to battle: first, mobilizing the entire population for the war effort; and second, targeting the entire enemy population, not just its military. Examples from World War Two include German submarine attacks on merchant ships and passenger ships, the...