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CzarGate - AcornGate - ObamaCare Meltdown .......

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posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 08:05 PM
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CzarGate is for real. See here:
Democrats Join GOP over Czar Wars!
Obama surrounded by bad news.
CzarGate - AcornGate - ObamaCare meltdown - Democrats arguing with other
democrats over latest ObamaCare version in the Senate.
What's next???




posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 09:04 PM
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Go Feingold, Go Wisconsin.

I knew their was a reason we did not throw his ass under the bus.


Actually the Dems have controlled Wisconsin for awhile. But, even my family are starting to listen to me about the Dem Repub paradigm.



posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 09:57 PM
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It's amazing that the Presidents who think outside the box take the
most heat. I remember how the editorials hammered Ronald
Reagan for having so many initiatives that went against the
status quo at the time.

President Obama will either take this country to unprecedented
levels of prosperity, or take it to ruin. But he won't be labled
by the history books as a lazy, unimaginative leader. Better to
try your theories and fail than to not try at all.



posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 10:05 PM
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Even as a Ron Paul supporter, I agree with you. There is no doubt Obama is sitting in the middle of the biggest cluster F in history. He is still trying to appease those who got him elected, appease the ruling class, and appease the pheasants all in one swoop. He is trying to find a balance point it seems, where all can benefit.

I often think if Ron Paul had been elected there would be massive backlash from the ruling elite, and the social left. I'm not sure Ron Paul could have handled it.

My hope is that all the lies start becoming exposed and then we will know who our friends are in DC. I don't agree with Czars, but I think it's Obama's way of paying back all those that helped him get where he is. When they all crumble it may free Obama up to do his own thinking.



posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 10:36 PM
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this is true, despite his lack of experience, his inablity to prove his birthright, his undeniable irresponsibility with government financials, his cutting back the military in a time of war, and his cowardace and retreat from a threatening russia... at least he isnt out there playing golf every day


gotta give credit where its due



posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 11:31 PM
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Major mistake in Europe by Obama.
He is playing lets make a deal everywhere.
What are we going to get from the Russians???



posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 11:40 PM
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Originally posted by carewemust
It's amazing that the Presidents who think outside the box take the
most heat. I remember how the editorials hammered Ronald
Reagan for having so many initiatives that went against the
status quo at the time.

President Obama will either take this country to unprecedented
levels of prosperity, or take it to ruin. But he won't be labled
by the history books as a lazy, unimaginative leader. Better to
try your theories and fail than to not try at all.


I don't really agree with the prosperity/ruin comment. I think that if the health care bill dies, it'll take cap in trade with it, and that'll leave Obama as a lame duck. If they pass though, I'm sure he'd do a lot more afterwards, then you'd be absolutely right.



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