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Court Tells Obama: Eat Your Own Darn Peas

Sarah392 Wrote: Apr 05, 2012 10:25 PM
Oh God, I pray that this November come swiftly. Oh God, please give us a landslide and send this lying socialist back to where he came from and please, please give us the Senate also so we can undo everything this evil man has done, and put us on the road to recovery and we promise to try to do better and be a better country...Amen P.S. help us to elect real people in the congress and senate who will vote for term limits and take the money out of politics of special interests. Amen
Floyd35 Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 8:19 AM
Like all the rest I say Amen to your statement Sarah.Let's start it by voting for Romney against Santorum in Pennsylvania. He needs our solid backing if he is to defeat Obama. rick needs to drop out and join him as an avid supporter. I am sure Mitt will find a good spot for him and for Newt in his cabinet, butt they need to stop whining and join! They are too far behind to make a comeback at this stage.

You got to know when to hold them, and when to fold them. When Romney saw the handwriting on the wall, and could not possibly defeat McCain, he dropped out, and threw his support to McCain his support. Now McCain is supporting him. why? Because he knows he is an horable man and will do his best to serve us to the best of his...
GosAwk Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 6:44 AM
Amen Sarah! I'm with you all the way! And may Satin take Obama back.
Pistol Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 6:28 AM
You are on the right track Sarah392. I see no sign Man can do it alone. It will take Divine Support and Guidance. Where is Joan of Arc when we need her?
Ellen218 Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 5:06 AM

Thanks to goodness we have Obama to provide us with the many teachable moments in his personal journey of discovery as president of the United States.

The country may not be better off, but at least Obama is growing as a person.

And why wouldn’t he?

He’s personally taken out the world’s largest student loan to cover the four year period of instruction. His $5 trillion in student loan debt disguised as a deficit may not seem economical, but when were student loans ever supposed to have anything to do with economics? They are just resources meant...