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Charles Hurt says most dangerous two years ahead for America

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posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 09:58 AM
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In an OP-ED piece this morning for the Washington Times, Charles Hurt wrote that America now faces the most dangerous two years possibly since the Civil War. He says something that many of us have already felt about Obama, that he has an over-inflated ego and despite the beating he took last night when the American voters clearly shunned his big government socialist agenda, he will push forward with his ideas more forcefully than ever...and how will he do that with a Congress that will refuse his agenda...with executive orders. He already stated that he will push forward with Amnesty for illegals despite how unpopular this is with the American people. This clown for a president doesn't give two sheets about what matters to the American people, only what he wants. Hurt says in the opening paragraph of his OP-ED that Obama took more than a shellacking last night, that "it was more like a vicious gangland beatdown the likes of which have rarely been seen in the history of politics." Only one-third of the American public approves of this president, and last night's "beatdown" should have sent a clear message, but we all know it won't be received. Democrats will refuse to buckle and Obama leads the way. All that matters is that they shove their socialist agenda down our throats no matter what it takes. At least America finally stood up to this nonsense and the next two years will definitely be interesting.

HURT: America faces most dangerous two years ahead

I thought Hurt's editorial was spot on. Here are some highlights.



Voters clearly and forcefully rejected the party, politics and policies of President Obama. They slapped his socialist agenda back into the days of Soviet gulags, where it belongs.

His grand visions of mighty government ruling unchecked over desperate ghettos have been snuffed out.





Gone, too, were the so-called “low-information voters” who have been coaxed to the polls since 2008 on lies and false promises that the federal government would solve all their problems.

They are used up and wrung out.

Even the onslaught of threats and desperate accusations in endless emails to their Obamaphones couldn’t motivate those people to the polls one more time.


And what he said about Pelosi and Reid....



Voters rejected the craven, crass and mafioso tactics of Senate Leader Harry Reid.

Voters stripped him of his baldly partisan use of the United States Senate as a graveyard for all House legislation in order to protect his Democrats from tough votes and insulate the President from reality.

The little man with giant fists got staggered by a nasty uppercut from voters even though Reid saw it coming for weeks. Now, the ex-boxer stumbles on the canvas all tangled in the ropes, waiting for the bell.

And voters also rejected the loony-toon delusions of House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi. Honestly, the woman should be running a hat and wig shop in Haight-Ashbury, selling weed and prescription pills on the side. How it is that Democrats in Congress have taken her so seriously for so long will baffle historians for decades.

The silver lining for Democrats today is now they now have the perfect excuse to bounce both of them out of leadership forever.


Hurt says Obama's ego is severely wounded after last night. He is caged and cornered and this is when people like him are most dangerous.



Already, he has demonstrated again and again that he has no regard for the constitution or the legitimacy of laws when they do not suit his agenda. He flaunts his disregard for the constitutional process, dismisses laws he doesn’t like and rewrites others.

He mocks the powers of Congress. The Supreme Court has slapped him down more than any president in recent times. All of this as he tells us he is an expert on constitutional law.


Hurt predicts that republicans will try to engage Obama but he is not a listener, he is not a negotiator, or a learner. He will just take what he wants because it is easier that way. I think we all know this is certainly Obama's history.

If that's the case, maybe, this will be Obama's future...





posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:05 AM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

Even the onslaught of threats and desperate accusations in endless emails to their Obamaphones couldn’t motivate those people to the polls one more time.


Michelle told us that she would 'allow' voters to eat chicken afterwards....
Even that wasn't enough.


Martin: So can we, if we go out to the polls, can we say, we have ‘souls to the polls’ on Sunday, can we do ‘soul food after we vote’? Obama: Absolutely, I give everyone full permission to eat some fried chicken after they vote only after - if you haven’t voted…(laughter.) Martin: Just checking! Obama: You make a good point because I am, I do talk about health. But I think that a good victory for Democrats on Tuesday, you know, should be rewarded with some fried chicken.


Let them eat chicken.... Zero Hedge



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:06 AM
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Yea... No... Obama isn't going to be able to do anything more than he has done already. All of his executive mandates haven't been as disastrous as claimed. This is probably going to be the freshest two years this nation has had in a long time as the government remains at a gridlock, doing next to nothing.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:08 AM
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Presidential Executive Orders are not illegal.

Boehner has already had two law firms drop the House's frivolous lawsuit.

Yet, he continues to waste the People's money.

I have great hope that the Republicans will surge forward with Impeachment.

Obama's popularity will SKYROCKET!

And the public will see just how much the Republicans love government and hate fiscal responsibility.


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posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:09 AM
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a reply to: Gryphon66

Well here's to hoping Americans figure out both parties are to blame.

No matter what letter comes after a politician's name they're out to screw us.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:09 AM
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a reply to: butcherguy

Lol, well, I guess no fried chicken today. KFC and Popeye's stock will be down a little bit today, oh well.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:10 AM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

as i said in another thread he can break out his pen and phone all he wants, but if he ain't got no money he can't do squat.
now that the Republicans are in control of both houses they can withhold funding. and dem that are in their right mind will vote for it. we saw how they ran from him this time, just watch the next two years.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:11 AM
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originally posted by: Krazysh0t
Yea... No... Obama isn't going to be able to do anything more than he has done already. All of his executive mandates haven't been as disastrous as claimed. This is probably going to be the freshest two years this nation has had in a long time as the government remains at a gridlock, doing next to nothing.


Amnesty for 11 million illegals will be disastrous for America!



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:12 AM
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This clown for a president doesn't give two sheets about what matters to the American people, only what he wants.


That is calling it like it is.

It was always about him, and his party.

After last nite now it's just him.

He needs to wake up, and listen.

After 6 years of his way or the highway.

After years of do what i want or I will sick the IRS, and Holder on you.

But the last nights GOP victory was a gift for his party.

Because now the 2016 election will become a 'referendum' against the GOP.

Ushering in another CLinton presidency.

Wait and see.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:13 AM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

You don't have to tell us that, because is obvious as per voters change of hart, I could have wrote about this a long time ago, Obama is reigning with his mighty pen on executive decisions.

Expect the ramming of amnesty in order to have a few more million of new Americans voting for his party in 2016.

Even when it means screwing the working class more than is already while increasing the welfare state in the way to more voters.


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posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:15 AM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

Except he won't be able to do that no matter how much he says he can. Otherwise he would have done it already.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:16 AM
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If it's two things i don't understand about Americans, it is their hate for Socialism and their hate for Obama.

Socialist policies aren't all that bad when you look at countries like Australia and Canada. The USA could benefit from similar services. And Obama, from an outsider's perspective, has seemed to do an alright job during his time in office. Sure, the people spoke their minds about him and his party during the election, but i honestly don't think Obama has done any worse than Bush. Certainly, Obama has been the best candidate out of the last two presidential elections. I shudder to think what McCain or Romney would have done had they gained power. I guess time will tell when the next election comes around though.

By the way, i mean no offence to any American readers. I am just raising curious observations.

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posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:19 AM
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a reply to: marg6043




Expect the ramming of amnesty in order to have a few more million of new Americans voting for his party in 2016.


That is why his party is all hot for amnesty.

After alienating us legals. The go to move is to make people from other countries 'voters' who don't know any better.

And know how full of crap they are.
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posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:22 AM
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originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Rezlooper

Except he won't be able to do that no matter how much he says he can. Otherwise he would have done it already.


The point made in the editorial is that now he has nothing to lose..he has only two years to accomplish his radical socialist agenda. He said before the election, no matter what happens, he is going to give amnesty to illegal immigrants before Christmas. This nut bag has to be stopped!



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:22 AM
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a reply to: daaskapital

You know Obama is not socialist, it never was, this a subject that I tried to understand, where did the "Obama socialist agenda came from", then I realized its from the beginning of Obama care one single payer and the Tea party.

But the truth is that he was never a Socialist, but hey let those that still hide behind Obama been a socialist have their cake and eat it.

He is as much a capitalist and pro big government and special interest as any other president behind him, history is telling soo but people still doesn't get it.


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posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:24 AM
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originally posted by: daaskapital
If it's two things i don't understand about Americans, it is their hate for Socialism and their hate for Obama.

Socialist policies aren't all that bad when you look at countries like Australia and Canada. The USA could benefit from similar services. And Obama, from an outsider's perspective, has seemed to do an alright job during his time in office. Sure, the people spoke their minds about him and his party during the election, but i honestly don't think Obama has done any worse than Bush. Certainly, Obama has been the best candidate out of the last two presidential elections. I shudder to think what McCain or Romney would have done had they gained power. I guess time will tell when the next election comes around though.

By the way, i mean no offence to any American readers. I am just raising curious observations.


Are you American?



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:25 AM
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originally posted by: neo96


This clown for a president doesn't give two sheets about what matters to the American people, only what he wants.


That is calling it like it is.

It was always about him, and his party.

After last nite now it's just him.

He needs to wake up, and listen.

After 6 years of his way or the highway.

After years of do what i want or I will sick the IRS, and Holder on you.

But the last nights GOP victory was a gift for his party.

Because now the 2016 election will become a 'referendum' against the GOP.

Ushering in another CLinton presidency.

Wait and see.



Let's hope you're wrong about that. I think that under normal circumstances, that would be the case, but because Obama will continue to ram his agenda down our throats through executive actions it may keep the spotlight on his horrible presidency...and America will see we need a break after 8 years of democratic leadership.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:25 AM
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Have you all noticed how every two years the voters change directions. Constantly focusing on Obama will do nothing. The new red congress will have to preform up to expectation or they will lose in 2 years.

Are they gonna preform or attempt to repeal the aca 50 times? Are they gonna send sane bills to Obama to sign or more demands about his birth certificate? I'm curious, will they lead? Or do nothing in hopes the electorate will vote red in 2016?

Now that congress is a red congress, it would be difficult to blame everything thats wrong on Obama. Lets see what you can do?



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:26 AM
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a reply to: marg6043

I call him a socialist.

And here's why.

It's all about who pays for it.

Since he believes that a persons entire existence should be susidized by robbing from the haves, and giving to he have nots by government authoritarianism.

He is all about greed and materialism.

Exactly what he vilifies.



posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 10:28 AM
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a reply to: sirlancelot

Obviously not. But being a foreigner does not exclude me from making observations and raising points about the USA and its politics.

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