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Obama caught on audio slamming GOP

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posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 02:17 PM
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the dnc doesn't use any shady tactics and they haven't tried to strong arm there way or the highway mentality

the dnc hasn't tried to manipulate the budget to their favor?


i wish the us congress was more like south korea when they get mad they throw punches to protest their views
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posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 07:10 PM
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Its rather funny the only time you get the truth from a polotician is when they forget there mics are on.



posted on Apr, 16 2011 @ 01:34 AM
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Yep Obama and his Socialist buddies know all about sneaking things into bills under the radar


Pelosi: "But we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it away from the fog of controversy"

www.youtube.com...
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posted on Apr, 16 2011 @ 07:47 PM
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Originally posted by OutKast Searcher

My only comment about this is....Why won't he talk like this in PUBLIC.


Which makes me think that maybe this was an "intentional mistake" because nothing he said was incriminating against himself, it was, as you pointed out, something he should be saying in public. The only question is, why doesn't he speak like this in public? Maybe he wanted to test the waters by saying it was merely his personal thoughts and not his official policy.



posted on Apr, 16 2011 @ 07:52 PM
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Out in the recent post section is another thread regarding an actual wrestler.
Jesse Ventura.

This is just theater.
Wrestling


Remember the vote fraud convictions in Ohio that proved Bush was installed...?

shuuuussh, anyway it's nothing, now go back to sleep.
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posted on Apr, 18 2011 @ 11:05 AM
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Originally posted by jibeho

Originally posted by beezzer
I'm no fan, but this is probably the most honest thing that I've ever heard.

Candor would be nice in the political arena, though.


Correct! The veil of Political Correctness has taken over the nation. That'a what was so refreshing about Trump calling Obama on the carpet.


You are confusing Honesty with stupidity. If Trump honestly believes the Pres. was born in Kenya...then yes I will give it to you...and I appreciate that honesty because he lets the world know he is batpoop crazy.

But what I honestly think Trump is doing is pandering to the extreme right in hopes of building an instant base....if not then he is even dumber than he sounds.



posted on Apr, 18 2011 @ 11:16 AM
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Originally posted by maybereal11

Originally posted by jibeho

Originally posted by beezzer
I'm no fan, but this is probably the most honest thing that I've ever heard.

Candor would be nice in the political arena, though.


Correct! The veil of Political Correctness has taken over the nation. That'a what was so refreshing about Trump calling Obama on the carpet.


You are confusing Honesty with stupidity. If Trump honestly believes the Pres. was born in Kenya...then yes I will give it to you...and I appreciate that honesty because he lets the world know he is batpoop crazy.

But what I honestly think Trump is doing is pandering to the extreme right in hopes of building an instant base....if not then he is even dumber than he sounds.


You make a good point. I haven't figured out Trump yet. He definitely needs to be careful because right now his poll numbers are soaring and what goes up must eventually come down. This should be interesting.

On a side note, I am rather surprised that no early challengers have emerged to try to unseat Obama in the primaries.



posted on Apr, 18 2011 @ 12:50 PM
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Originally posted by jibeho

On a side note, I am rather surprised that no early challengers have emerged to try to unseat Obama in the primaries.


I think it is a little like putting your house on the market at the right time.

Anyone that "might" have the chops on the left to unseat Pres. Obama is asking themselves...do I want to spend money and exposure against someone that is relatively strong and the incumbant in a recovering economy?...like or not he is a strong candidate...or do I want to wait for the wide open field in 2016?

I think that some on the right are thinking the same thing. I think it will come down to Romney or Huckabee with Huckabee being my preference amongst the two. If Bachmann enters the race it will make McCain vs. Obama look like a slight honeymoon spat. That woman is crazy, dishonest and viscious. Huckabee will at least (mostly) take it to the Pres. on the issues, which is healthy for everyone.

Regardless I am glad the election is comming. Pres. Obama would have been a better president a 100 years ago when the job didn't require constant press conferences etc. He hates PR and politics in general and wants to be left alone to do his job. The election forces him to get out there and explain himself and his policies ...both good and bad...and I don't think the "people" have gotten enough of that from him.

This election will serve as a 4 year review and it will be healthy to see him have to make a case for the past 4 years.

I am not looking foward to the inevitable BS...Terrorist, Kenyan, Socialist etc etc. When the right feels as if they can't win on the issues, we will see this line of attack come full throttle. That is why I want Huckabee, whatever he is...and he certainly is a politician...he seems to have a moral compass beneath all the posturing he has to do to survive the present climate on the right. He will debate issues if given a chance....Maybe I am being overly generous with him? We will find out.
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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 11:47 AM
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Duh.......Every one of the quotes you posted have been in the news and discussed thoroughly by commentators. Nothing he has said is any secret.

The President is a Democrat. He will be running for re-election in 2012. Of course he's going to say critical things about the opposition. That's how it works in politics.

Do you imagine that Republicans never plot their strategies or say anything to dis the President? Of course they do.

The two parties are in opposition about many issues, and that's what is causing the deadlock in Congress now.



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