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For Christ's sake, stop blaming Obama for everything under the sun!

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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 04:17 PM
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Republicans create the corporations to be the only ones on the block...the Democrats regulate and tax them to do what the feds want.



Interesting. Bill Gates is Republican? Microsoft was on the chopping block in the Clinton Admin for regulation. Remember the Clinton admin suit against MS for monopolistic behaviors? Gates is big into vaccines for depopulation. He is also a member of the Club of Rome. I'm pretty sure he's a Progressive.
Google? They are Progressive too. AOL? Progressive. CNN? Ted Turner as Progressive as it gets.
Any revisions of your statement?


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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 04:22 PM
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You did not get 200 words into the OP and you blame Bush. Really? Sorry, but if the CEO of a large company told shareholders it was his predecessors fault for poor company performance it would be a short job. Period. He asked for it, accepted the nomination and told the world, not the country, that change was coming.

This is not about Bush, Clinton, the other Bush, Reagan...none of them. It is about Obama and broken promises to those who voted for him.

Now, should people blame him for everything, no, that is ignorant. However, he needs to take respnsibility for something...anything....that this administration, his administration, has not been able to fix. He had full reign for 2 years and all they did was ram taxes down our throats and payback all those who made sure he was elected in 2008. Sorry, but no matter who you are, 1 billion dollars will win any election...as you saw in 2008. Obama could have been anyone and honestly I think he wishes he would have never made the choice and I am sure now knows why Hillary bowed out so easily.

Get off the golf course, get rid of the teleprompter and roll up your sleeves and start Mr President. Start something and finish it...



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 04:22 PM
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We can't break a long standing tradition just because he seems like a nice guy. It's ALL his fault, always. That's the downside to being the President.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 04:29 PM
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The madman Obama is just another yes man hand picked by the puppet masters. He's just continuing the work that Bush was doing for them. You only need look at Libya to realize that. How about that change? As far as bashing him, I myself will continue to expose this international bankster puppet every chance that I get. If it wakes up just one sheoplized robot, then I have accomplished my goal. ~SheopleNation



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 04:29 PM
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Obama is a total loser and needs to be blamed. His policies are driving this country into the ditch. Obama only knows how to spend on Unions. The money that was to go to infrastructure was very small in reality. Obama is regulating business to death. His Obamacare is an abomination and will bankrupt America. The list is long for everything he is doing wrong, I blame him for almost every thing going wrong, his policies are wrong.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 04:34 PM
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Yep. All this thread accomplished was to give the OP more of what he was complaining about to begin with. ~SheopleNation



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 04:36 PM
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Originally posted by Thestargateisreal
We can't break a long standing tradition just because he seems like a nice guy. It's ALL his fault, always. That's the downside to being the President.


Amen!

A great wise old man once said

"With great powers comes great responsibilities"
- Uncle Ben 2010, Spiderman

Actually

"Today we have learned in the agony of war that great power involves great responsibility."
- Franklin D. Roosevelt

or maybe....

"From everyone who has been given much, much will be required; and to whom they entrusted much, of him they will ask all the more."
- Baby Jesus



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 04:36 PM
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Sadly, it's going to get worse before it gets better.......There is nothing that can be done right now to fix what we're dealing with, and that's the sh1tty part....



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 04:54 PM
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People hysterically blaming ANY president for everything under the sun is not logical. Each one has their faults and each one has their strengths. It doesn't make sense to be a hysterical Obama basher, just like it didn't make sense to be a hysterical Bush basher. Or should I say 'doesn't', because people are still bashing him and probably will be for the next 50 years.

Everyone shares blame for whatever problems there are. That includes the government, but also the people. The public also plays a major role in what happens. We want our cheap gas, big houses, cheap goods, credit card debt up the a**, and all kinds of other stuff... and we do it without caring what the consequences are... Well, the consequences weren't good. So people can blame the government all they want, but ultimately, much of what they do is to satisfy what the people want.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:00 PM
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Are you really blaming the Republicans for 2400 pages of Socialised medicine???? This bill started in the Clinton admin when Hillary pushed it. She even pushed for it in her Presidential Campaign.

Remember this?



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:00 PM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
reply to post by GenerationGap



Republicans create the corporations to be the only ones on the block...the Democrats regulate and tax them to do what the feds want.



Interesting. Bill Gates is Republican? Microsoft was on the chopping block in the Clinton Admin for regulation. Remember the Clinton admin suit against MS for monopolistic behaviors? Gates is big into vaccines for depopulation. He is also a member of the Club of Rome. I'm pretty sure he's a Progressive.
Google? They are Progressive too. AOL? Progressive. CNN? Ted Turner as Progressive as it gets.
Any revisions of your statement?


edit on 22-8-2011 by ThirdEyeofHorus because: (no reason given)



Why would I revise the statement? You proved my point. Tell me, when did Gates become politically involved with his money for such things, before or after the extortion?....errr...lawsuit. And as far as I can tell, the Progressive approach is to achieve a centrally planned society. Again, you want to be a big corporation, the means doesn't matter as long as you share the same end. Do that and the power structure lets you exist. Don't do that, and you get broken up into pieces, i.e. AT&T.

And of course Microsoft is Progressive... they put the MS in MSNBC afterall... GE and Microsoft the world's largest Electric Manufacturing company and the world's largest software company created the modern mainstream Progressive voice. That should speak wonders to everyone.

Honest question since you know so much about the Microsoft Monolpoly Suit, when did Microsoft start lobbying in Washington? If I recall, it was a month and a day before the feds dropped their lawsuit, but I can't find a link anywhere.
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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:05 PM
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Are you saying he is now a Progressive since the govt extorted him? I think not. You don't switch parties just because of that. But I do think you are right about the extortion. They probably brought him into the Club of Rome in exchange for him not fighting their lawsuit. Not that I particularly mind MS not having as much monopolistic power, but he was already a Progressive when he was doing that. But it seemed to me that your claim was it was all Republican corporations yadda yadda yadda.

But thanks for the info on when MS started lobbying in Washington.


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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:08 PM
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If President Obama was to wake up tomorrow and walk on water, the Fox News headline would be "Obama Can't Swim"



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:10 PM
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Mr. Bush has never apologized for his wrongs and crimes. Oh, wait, he never even acknowledged them.
edit on 22-8-2011 by aero56 because: typo



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:17 PM
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Originally posted by Indigo5
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If President Obama was to wake up tomorrow and walk on water, the Fox News headline would be "Obama Can't Swim"



Awwwwww, there is one network out of dozens that doesnt act as Obama's personal PR.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:22 PM
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But aren't you just doing more of the same with your Bush-blaming? If I remember right, GWB was blamed for all the ills in society at the time of his presidency, heck even for Katrina. I'm not a fan of him, either. I'm sick and tired of "blaming" in general and would like to see adults work together for a change. Big, sigh....



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:25 PM
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Lobbying is the current form of corporate taxation, and it's easier for the power structure to do with the money as they wish because it's largely off the books. Take GE for example. There were reports that said they paid no corporate tax, but take a look at their lobbying. They spend hundreds of millions. That money builds roads, pays spooks, funds, NASA, pays a teacher's salary, builds a library in a district to get Joe Blow Congressman (Democrat or Republican) re-elected. Small business can't afford to lobby, and by nature are harder to regulate as there's too many moving pieces and ownership structures to manage. Big corporations, they are easier to regulate, and give you (the politician) money that is easier to spend on your central planning projects. The drumming down of small business is NOT an accident. The bigger they are the easier it will be to take them over. All you have to do when the time comes is appoint the CEO of the company, GE for example, to Chief Czar of the Federal Electrical Builders Commision, pay him a fat salary, and let him plan things. THAT WILL ONLY WORK IF YOU HAVE HUGE CORPORATIONS.

In fact, name an industry that doesn't have a giant coporate conglomerate that is highly in bed in politics.

That's what coporatism is. It exists. It's real. It is not capitalism, but the downsides of corporatism is always blamed on capitalism...and as a result they create more corporatism! Both Republican and Democrat do this. "If you control the language, you control how the argument is won."

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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:27 PM
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WOW!!! You didn't just plagiarize that entire post from this site did you?

www.historylearningsite.co.uk...


Instead of attacking new members who don't yet know how to post quotes or external sources, why not be a decent person and help them with how to do it or direct them to the pages here that explain.

OP, go to the Introductions Forum and look at posts until you find one where the Mod has posted a set of links. If you review those you will find lots of good info.

Sourced text needs to be linked to and placed inside the following.

For Quotes use the word "quote" in brackets [ ] with no spaces before you paste the text. Then at the end use "/quote" between brackets at the end. For external sources use "ex" and then "/ex". No quotation marks though, just the text.

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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:30 PM
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For Christ's sake
For Christ's sake
For Christ's sake
Is this an order from religion?
Are you hoping some brainwashing from our religious propaganda will stop this?
Is this why another Democrat has been quoted,
The Tea Party can go to Hell!
Is there a new memo, slander those who oppose, with religious terms?
Does the White House believe using the lords name in vain will further Obama's agenda?
The title of this thread discredits Obama.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 05:38 PM
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Lots of laugh (LOL).. In this day and age there are fall out guys/gals... Mostly guys.. (But we Aussies have a gal this time)...

Honestly yes we all know that the face figure that we all see in the media is just... a face with a voice...

The problem is that we cannot see who puppeteers them... And because their always lying, and being scapegoats there is practically nothing else we can turn our anger towards apart from these head figures...

Take us Aussies, and the Julia Gillard Government.. Straight from the start she stated something along the lines of "Under my Government, there will be no CARBON TAX!"... Yet lo and behold... She then starts one up, and despite there is a majority of people who DO NOT WANT IT... It still happens.

A "Majority" of the "PEOPLE" state NO.. And yet it is a "YES"... It shows that 'We', the 'people'... Have no say despite if we have a majority opinion in something.... We are just here to voice our opinion.. YET not get it counted.

I am sorry for you guys who really thought OBAMA was going to save you guys.. But lets put it this way... hes the fall out guy. Hes the first black president... He has kept all the 'fighters' in afghanistan and etc, and being "That guy who caused a huge stock exchange thingie ma bob... Sorry I arn't too knowledgable about stock markets and etc... But thats what was raving in the papers...

EDIT: Bear Market thing, how it crashed... Because the AAA+++ or so rating turned to AAB or so and so...
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