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Obama Makes Miracles Happen

Seawolf Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 8:18 AM
The only thing miraculous about this clown is that he hasn't been impeached. When is someone going to call him out? This is getting bizarre, he never should have been elected in the first place. Forgetting that he is surrounded by radicals and outright communists, that he hides any records of where he came from and his associates have called for the Almighty to destroy the country and that they are racists who hate whites and all of this is probably by design..he should still be dumped as a complete failure..nobody could BE this stupid.
Pistol Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 2:19 PM
Good question Seawolf. My take on the rotten situation is that InsideThe Beltway has become one big club. The Reps and Dems fight over the spoils, but neither party wants to clean things up and return to decent responsible government. Each side has so much dirt on the other, that if either one tore the lid off, even in a small way, tit for tat retaliation could quickly empty the trough for both sides.

These cycles are historical. People really haven't changed much, certainly not nearly as much as the culture around them. At some point, joe Sixpack becomes so abused by a corrupt ruling class, he realizes he doesn't have anything to lose by upsetting the apple cart. And its pitchforks, torches and decorated lamp posts. ...
Pistol Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 2:20 PM
The career of Benito Mussolini comes to mind, and its grim ending.
mistermilo Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 3:56 PM
After years of looking down his nose at people. like the Messiah, the folks let him look up his nose when they got rid of him.

Magically and providentially, Obama has enjoyed the largest one-month drop in unemployment since he got elected thanks to the greatest single month of job creation since 1983- all just weeks before ballots hit for his reelection bid.

“The U.S. unemployment rate dropped below 8 percent for the first time since the month President Barack Obama took office,” reports the Associated Press  “a surprising lift for both the economy and his re-election hopes in the final weeks of the campaign.”

Yeah; we’re all REAL surprised by this.  

According to the AP, Jack Welch, the retired former CEO of General Electric,...