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Obama’s Campaign about Nothing

The Big Stink Wrote: May 19, 2012 5:03 PM
Since something can never equal nothing, it might be more accurate to say Obama's policies are an accurate reflection of the average IQ of his acolytes. In this definition it might be fair to say his policies would fit into the "retarded" or "impaired" or "deficient" part of our national population base.
Jay Wye Wrote: May 19, 2012 8:36 PM
You assume that Comrade Obama actually intends to improve America. IMO,he's out to weaken America,setting us up for the Big Fall.

He IS the muslim Manchurian Candidate.
ghwhy Wrote: May 19, 2012 5:41 PM
On the contrary, it depends on what you do to the "something" before the equal sign. It is easy to not only have something equal nothing but also to be less than nothing. For example one's income minus Obama's take - if he had his way - would be zero. You owe it all to the government!. The government being so generous, you owe even more - so you are now in a negative and owing the government more money. Nothing of course is what Obama thinks you are entitled to.

Obama may go down as the first president in the history of the U.S. to run a campaign based, like Jerry Seinfeld’s comedy, on nothing.  

It’s gotten so bad that the New York Times is appealing to people to “believe in” Obama, like he’s a children’s character or a Vegas magic act, rather than president of the United States.

Talk about bitter clingers who cling to their religion.

But I know what they mean. There is isn’t any good logical reason to vote for Obama even if you are a liberal.          

Let’s take his tax policy.