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Obama accuses Republicans of 'madness' in Maine

Sharon379 Wrote: Apr 01, 2012 10:01 AM
You're exactly right. When he says "Me and Michelle", I cringe, because for a self-described genius to use the grammar that 3rd graders are taught not to use, he is pretending to talk like "commoners". We may use improper grammar in informal conversation, but not in prepared speeches or presentations. He calls us insulting names like, bigots, Islamaphobes, Xenophobes, bitter, stupid, clingers. He apologizes around the world for things he thinks Americans are guilty of, knowing, but not even caring that it's not true. He is the biggoted one, biggoted against the American people, even the Liberal & Progressive ones that agree with his Marxist policies. People who build themselves up while tearing others down, have such an inferiorty...
Sharon379 Wrote: Apr 01, 2012 12:27 PM
New Black Panthers, and Racists don't vote twice, and fraudulently steal the election.
Sharon379 Wrote: Apr 01, 2012 10:05 AM
I think the rest of my post is missing? Here it is in case it didn't actually make it through:
inferiority complex, yet the media still calls him "brilliant". They have so much invested in him. They "chose" the president, rather than reported on him. I used to wonder why they chose him instead of Hillary, but my theory goes like this: Even though Hillary would have been the first woman president, people would have given at least partial credit to Bill for her win. But with Obama, they go to their cocktail parties, and pat themselves on the back that "they" are in charge of the narrative, and that they are more important than the stupid American people. I just hope that the "illegal" immigrants. dead people, ACORN, New Black...

President Barack Obama accused Republicans of clinging to economic policies that preceded the Great Depression and the more recent economic downturn, accusing his rivals of showing signs of "madness."

Raising campaign cash in Maine, Obama said Republicans want to return to economic policies that would let Wall Street play by its own set of rules and allow insurance companies to roll back health coverage.

"We won't win the race for new jobs and new businesses and middle-class security if we cling to this same old, worn-out, tired `you're on your own' economics that the other side is peddling," Obama said.

"It was tried in...

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