More empty words from the Acorn administration

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In Ohio, Obama vows to 'never stop fighting'

This 'president' is stuck on stupid.

"Now, we've gotten pretty far down the road, but I have to admit, we've run into a bit of a buzzsaw along the way," Obama said. "The long process of getting things done runs headlong into the special interests, their armies of lobbyists and partisan politics aimed at exploiting fears instead of getting things done."

This president courted the special interests (unions, Acorn, and Lobbyists) and he has the AUDACITY to claim that the other side is to blame for his failures.

The American people are much smarter than Obama gives them credit for. Fool us once- shame on you, fool us twice....
well, we're not going to let that happen again. We know that Obama is nothing but a liar spewing empty promises.

He is a lame duck for the next 3 years.

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Submitted by mudcat on Mon, 01/25/2010 - 7:16pm.

The only way I know to get this egomaniac off the stage is to clip his wings - as in getting rid of the Democratic fools in Congress out of the game.

Submitted by kevin king on Tue, 01/26/2010 - 2:34am.

Joe, after reading your comments concerning the lazy folks who receive the bulk of their health care in Emergency rooms, I could not help but wonder if you are, perhaps, blogging from a government office in South Carolina. just a thought.

Joe, how did our President "court" ACORN? and for what reason? And who do you see as the republican knight in shining armor who will come fix all of this in 2012? Certainly you pride yourself in destruction. I'm just curious to see what ideas you have for when your dream comes true, our current government is a pile of rubble, and you are standing there with a trowel and mortar.

Mud, what in the heck does this mean: "getting rid of the Democratic fools in Congress out of the game."

If you are going to call democrats "fools," diction and syntax become quite important, Mud. Irony hath no better a friend today than you Smiling


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Submitted by mudcat on Tue, 01/26/2010 - 6:16am.

True, using "getting rid of" and "out of the game" together is very poor sentence construction and if this discussion had anything to do with diagraming sentences (remember that?) I should be banned for life.

But since it does not, I will restate clearly that I believe Obama is only part of the problem. He is an inexperienced empty suit with no belief system of his own and is totally controlled by his handlers and the far left loons who make up only a small % of the Democrat Party.

The other part of the problem are the fools in Congress who bend to White House pressure or blindly follow their leadership in the House or Senate. These fools are on both sides of the aisle and their wimpy behavior allows everything discussed up there to be political and that creates a very unhealthy "us and them" mentality that is certainly not productive. And the reason they are fools is that with all the evidence that the American people are fed up with this behavior, they continue to to keep doing the same thing.

Getting rid of the Democrat majority in the Senate is an absolute necessity. To do the same in the House would be even better. Not that either would change Obama's shallow beliefs, but it would change his behavior and his entire strategy would shift to compromise instead of acting like a dictator. It happened to Clinton 2 years into his first term and it probably made him an acceptable President - if you overlook the personal stuff.

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