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Is Obama Down For the Count?

Stephen288 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 1:25 PM
"Obama has always benefited from the respect and deference of his supplicants in the media and popular culture to maintain the illusion of competence. But it’s all an illusion. He’s President Oakland – there is no there there. . .He’s failed on the economy, he’s failed on the deficit, and he’s failed in foreign policy. . ." Of course that's true. Any thinking American can see that it's true -- all 48% of us. But the other 51%, the idiot lemmings who voted for him AGAIN in November, are still drinking the Kool-Aid. Even if a few mainstream pundits -- Brokaw, Woodward -- can't stand it any more, the great mass of them are still worshipping and groveling at Obama's feet. Obama's not through damaging our economy, our military, or our culture.
Stephen288 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 1:25 PM
The best we can hope for is to hang on to the House in 2014 and keep grimly opposing him, and hope against unreasonable hope that there's something left of this once-great nation to begin to rebuild in January, 2017. And if that same idiotic electorate that voted for him in November gives the keys back to Nancy Pelosi next year, then the USA is gone, forever, whatever we few remaining decent patriots might want.

When all is said and done, Obama, by ending what the USA always was, may destroy more lives, and do more lasting damage to the world than all the villains of the 20th century combined.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 1:39 PM
[The best we can hope for is to hang on to the House in 2014 and keep grimly opposing him, and hope against unreasonable hope that there's something left of this once-great nation to begin to rebuild in January, 2017.] We can hope for better than that. We can improve our strength in both the house and senate in 2014. Obama want's to turn the house over, but in the end, his MO of blame, blame and more blame, is not likely to work all that well, as we've just seen with the sequester battle. While I am doubtful that conservatives can win a majority in the Senate, I think they can pick up seats and further weaken Harry (the boxer) Reid. Was he just a sparring partner? He certainly doesn't appear manly enough to step in the ring and actually win
Stephen288 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 2:43 PM
This comment is so incoherent, it's impossible even to figure out what you're talking about, let alone respond.

We always knew that Obama has a glass jaw, that he can’t take a punch. But it’s a little surprising that he’s started staggering around the ring so soon after November, his approval numbers bleeding away, desperately counting the seconds until the bell rings at election time in 2014 to save him from further pummeling.

It’s also hilarious.

On paper he’s a bruiser. This is a guy who won a knockout reelection bout even though the economy was in the toilet. He hit the GOP with an uppercut over the Fiscal Cliff. He’s got an awestruck media in his corner...