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Obama's Imperiousness Doesn't Have a Permanent Shelf Life

togubin Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 7:36 PM
Limbaugh writes "Yet I firmly believe that despite Obama's overconfidence today, his political day of reckoning is coming." WHAT day of reckoning, David? He's ALREADY been re-elected. You think that the midterms coming up are going to make any difference to him? You think he really cares if gets a coveted post in the next president's cabinet? He's gone about as far as a community organizer can go. He's busy destroying America, re-making it into his own socialistic image. God help us all.
Christine241 Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 11:55 AM
'comeuppance' is usually spelled 'lake of fire' in my 'things to hope for' list. Obama is number one on that list.

President Obama and his liberal cohorts are noticeably puffed up after his re-election and are making their move on a wide array of fronts. The liberals' voracious appetite is incapable of satiety.

Obama's cockiness was on full display during the fiscal cliff negotiations, during which he treated Republicans, the only ones remotely serious about addressing our deficits and debt, as annoying stepchildren he has to endure as a nuisance. Actually listening to their ideas is not on his playlist.

We've also seen Obama's cockiness in his behaving as though he is above the law and doesn't have to answer to Congress,...