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Effects of the Obama Re-Election (Change)
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December 23, 2012 - 6:22 pm
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I agree greeney, and not only is this scandal worse than Watergate, it is the only US presidential scandal where the actions resulted in American deaths! Truly sickening!

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January 2, 2013 - 2:36 am
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Looks like Hillary is one foot out the door. She doesn't want the blame for Benghazi.

And remember that Watergate was about a break-in where Nixon was trying to retrieve the Democrat's dirty tricks play book. And you see how the left went ape$hit over that. The Clinton's were probably responsible for some of the content of that book.

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February 4, 2013 - 5:29 am
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Looks like I called that one. :clap:

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February 21, 2013 - 2:57 pm
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800,000 furloughs at the Pentagon?

"Fox News" wrote: Pentagon notifies Congress of likely civilian furloughs over budget cuts

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/02 ... dget-cuts/

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February 21, 2013 - 3:21 pm
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More scare tactics and threats to try and "destroy" the Republican party, in the eyes on the American public.

I have a feeling the American public is going to wise up on these silly political games by Obama and his administration. At least, I hope they will by the 2016 election.

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I really need some optimism right now. It seems like everything they do works. Though I just don't know why no one has gotten tired of the scare tactics. 🙁

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Ok, here it is, the best of the "Change"

In 8 years of office, George Bush racked up 4.9 trillion of debt.

In only 4 years, Obama has sent our debt up from 10.6 trillion to 16.6 trillion. That's a grand total of 6 trillion dollars. In only 4 years!

And the projected debt isn't pretty either, by 2016 (when the torture might end) we will have racked up 22 trillion in total debt (a 12 trillion dollar increase). More than twice the amount of debt we were in when Obama took office!

Congratulations Obama! You have made a historical achievement! :clap:

http://m.weeklystandard.com/blogs/obama ... 04980.html

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"capricorn" wrote:

Congratulations Obama! You have made a historical achievement! :clap:

http://m.weeklystandard.com/blogs/obama ... 04980.html

What is sad to me is that those who support Obama are completely oblivious to this. I would expect maybe a "Look, it's a gamble, but he has to spend a little to get out of the hole. I think he knows what he's doing, and although it's going to be rough, I have faith (or a belief) that he will get us out of this mess." But, no. You never get a rational answer. You get, "Bush did it! Bush got us into this mess..." yadda yadda yadda. It's sad, but it seems like there is no rational thinking about Obama. He is absolutely driving us into the ground, and this last election proved, that 52% of this country is completely ignoring that fact.

It's so sad, to be quite honest!

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March 6, 2013 - 3:51 pm
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How would obama ever be able to get us out this mess once we enter another war?

"guardian.co.uk" wrote:
Barack Obama's threats to use military force to prevent Iran securing a nuclear weapon are more than idle bluffs, vice-president Joe Biden told the biggest pro-Israeli lobbying group Aipac on Monday.

Biden said that while the US preferred a diplomatic solution to the standoff with Iran, a military option remained on the table.

"The president of the United States cannot, and does not, bluff. President Barack Obama is not bluffing," Biden told the audience in Washington.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/ma ... ran-threat.

Is it just me or does this sound eerily similar to how Bush approached the Iraq situation in 2002?

Is this really "Change"?

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