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Saturday, August 11, 2012

The Dumbest Guy in the Room

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=zPxMZ1WdINs

20 comments:

  1. Whooo-hooo! If looks could KILL!!! (5:25)

    EXCELLENT choice by Romney!

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  2. Wow! Did you see the looks on that man's face?!! Ryan would be a dead man.

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  3. He looked prety upset yes he did. How dare he criticize King Obama

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  4. "Who's the Dumbest Guy in the Room"?
    If you have to ask, you've got a problem !
    It has got to be BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA he is either stupid, ignorant, or an absolutely pathetic liar (or all three).

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    1. haha GF maybe I should delete the word "Who"

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  5. Can I, as an American citizen, sue President Obama for 'breach of contract'? He took an oath at his swearing in ceremony that he would "...uphold the Constitution....". He swore this to me and every citizen. I have no confidence in him as my President and only pray to God that the American people will wake up to this tyrant's ways and vote him out!
    This President has taken our Country to a new low; to a place I never expected this Country to be in. What will be next since our Constitution is so easily shredded? We must not allow this to continue.
    Governor Romney has given us a ticket that we can work with and do what has to be done. Please stand up and be counted and vote this cretin out.

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    1. No argument from me ppp. My sentiments exactly. Thanks for the comment

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  6. Honestly, I go back and forth between obama and biden for the title. At least biden is a barrel of monkeys. Does obama ever even smile?
    At least the moron jimmy carter always smiled.

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    1. He tries but it's fake only for the cameras.

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  7. Mr Pig Pen. I don't know but if you find a lawyer who can take it on and has a chance, I'll donate to that !

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  8. You folks can say what you want too, but I'll tell you why President Obama will win, and why Romney will not.
    President Obama took a big risk a year ago when he authorized the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. It paid off, accomplishing the mission central to American foreign policy since Sept. 11, 2001. He repeatedly pointed to that achievement in marking its anniversary early this month while reminding Americans that Romney, campaigning four years ago, said "it's not worth spending billions of dollars just trying to catch one person." President Obama has also succeeded in ending the Iraq war and getting relations back on track with a broad swath of countries that considered the American invasion unjustified. And he has set a timetable for getting the U.S. out of what has become a quagmire in Afghanistan.
    As far as the national unemployment rate being at 8.1or 8.2 percent, it's really ONLY slightly below what it was in February 2009 after Obama's first full month in office and considerably below the 10 percent peak it reached in October 2009. People are spending more. American automakers are posting big profits. The market for new homes is finally showing signs of life. And stock prices are back just about where they were before the recession began. There's still a long way to go, but most economists give Obama's stimulus spending a share of the credit for turning the corner, and the Federal Reserve is projecting joblessness will fall below 8 percent by year's end — still historically high, but moving in the right direction.
    I will vote for Obama everyday of the week to avoid one of those other rightwing/big business nut-jobs from getting the White House.
    Now lets look at the facts.
    1. Obama is the incumbent and the incumbent always has the advantage..
    2. The economy is improving and this will help Obama
    3. Americans like Obama and they don't like Romney.
    4. Romney was very unpopular as the Governor of Mass..
    5. Romney is so unpopular that a right wing third party could split the vote
    6. Foreign policy won't help the Republicans
    7. Foreign policy will help Obama
    8. Obama is presidential
    9. The Republican Party is unpopular
    10. The Republican Party is unpopular and it
    looks like four more years of President Obama. Get used to it!
    President Obama will win re-election and it probably will not be as close as many people believe. The GOP is about who they hate, who they can demonize, about what social programs they can defund, this party resembles more a death cult than a major political party. The only question that I have is will Hillary Clinton leave her job as Secretary in Obama;s 2nd term to run for president in 2016.
    As for Rush Limbaugh, I think he is a lying piece of crap, and who but a racist would believe anything from from a talking butthole, drug-addict.

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    1. Obama did not end the Iraq war. Stop believing the lies. He only carried out the 2011 time line that Bush set before he left office. And the quagmire in Afghanistan has been that since Obama escalated that one. All of a sudden the media who are officially working for the Obama campaign don't even report on the lives lost anymore and the disaster it has become. Not to mention the leaks that got the Pakistani doctor who helped us get Bin Laden a 33 year jail sentence. Another fact the media won''t report all to protect their Dear Leader.
      The economy is not improving. What planet do you live on?
      Obama s not an economist,he is merely carrying out the destruction of America for his puppet masters.
      He couldn't find his way out of a paper bag.

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  9. Unfortunately Romney's bold selection is going to cost him the election. The Incompetent Incumbent has far to much ammunition and lies with the addition of Ryan.

    Now BHO is in high gear buying votes with our money and blaming the republicans for his recession. People would rather sell their kids future than give up the free stuff.

    We need to concentrate on wining the Senate and keeping the House. Obama has no need for Congress now and with a majority republican congress he will still govern by executive order but it will limit his sctions somewhat.

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  10. Well Let's hope not Skudrunner. I am still optimistic. It's too bad people fall for the lies it really is. People don't realize the real cost of not being bold. Shameful

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  11. Scud, that's not going to happen, the Kenyan is on his way OUT

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  12. His magnificent has the vast majority of the media, print, internet and TV, campaigning for him. He also has our money to buy votes like his millions to farmers.

    As a lifelong fiscal conservative I do believe the republicans blew it. Fist with the selection of Romney and then with Ryan. If they cannot beat a president who's record makes Carter look good and maybe the most incompetent in history, where will we go next. If the incompetent incumbent get another four years he will increase Americans on government dependence to well over 50% and make cutting anything almost impossible because they will not give up their Free Stuff.

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    1. But I also believe more people are tired of working hard so that others can benefit from the free stuff. So that base is energized. As long as Romney has started focusing g on that already regarding the welfare to work rule that Obama reneged on

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