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Top 10 things Obama blames a lack of economic recovery on.
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syvyn11
2011-08-21 01:54:51 UTC
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10. Bush
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
8. Bush
7. ATMs
6. Bush
5. Japan Earthquake
4. Bush
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but
tried to say he wasn't)
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
1. Congress. http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_congress_of_holding_back_recovery

Is anything ever his fault?
Karolina Dean...X-ray eyes
2011-08-21 04:52:46 UTC
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Post by syvyn11
10. Bush
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
8. Bush
7. ATMs
6. Bush
5. Japan Earthquake
4. Bush
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but
tried to say he wasn't)
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
1. Congress.  http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_...
Is anything ever his fault?
At least he's not a CHRISTIAN like RIck Warren who wants to punish the
poor like Jesus would...

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2011/08/19/1007359/-Impoverished-meanie...

The right wing's Up-Is-Down World is a strange place where war is
peace and freedom is slavery. Their current favorite theme is even
more amazing: the poor are oppressing the rich.


Consider how a zombie lie showed up in a particularly malicious tweet
a couple of weeks ago:


HALF of America pays NO taxes. Zero. So they’re happy for tax rates
to
be raised on the other half that DOES pay any taxes.
This lie has been debunked a zillion times. About 46% of Americans -
mostly students, elderly, and unemployed - don't make enough money to
pay one particular tax: the federal income tax, which (unlike most
others) is progressive. Those same people shell out for payroll tax,
gas tax, phone tax, sales tax, state and local taxes, you know the
drill.


What struck me about the false-witnessing tweet, though, was its
source: Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church and author of the
Profit Driven - sorry, "Purpose Driven" Life.


.
Warren's nominal boss, one Jesus of Nazareth, encountered this
precise
situation regarding progressive taxes.


Jesus sat down opposite the place where the offerings were put and
watched the crowd putting their money into the temple treasury. Many
rich people threw in large amounts. But a poor widow came and put in
two very small copper coins, worth only a few cents.
Calling his disciples to him, Jesus said, “Truly I tell you, this
poor
widow has put more into the treasury than all the others. They all
gave out of their wealth; but she, out of her poverty, put in
everything—all she had to live on.”


Mark 12: 41 - 44


Clearly, Warren didn't see it that way. Fred Clark of Slacktivist (a
big fan of the actual message of Jesus) verbally took Warren apart:


This was a slander against poor people that no one would ever pass
along unless they really didn’t like poor people. It sounded mean
because it was mean.
It is the sort of lie that one rich man tells another rich man when
there are no poor people within earshot. Neither of them believes it,
but slurring the poor is, for them, a source of amusement. “The poor
are freeloaders who have it so much easier than we do,” is a lie that
rich people have been repeating to one another for thousands of
years,
and I don’t believe that Rick Warren is the first one actually dumb
enough to really believe it.


See if you can understand it, because I just can’t. I have no idea
why
someone as wealthy and privileged as Rick Warren would resent those
who are not at all wealthy or privileged, but it seems he does.
Clark is onto something here. When presidential candidate Rick
"Goodhair" Perry used the same line recently, he at least was careful
to specify income taxes. But then he did an interesting thing:


We’re dismayed at the injustice that nearly half of all Americans
don’t even pay any income tax. And you know the liberals out there
are
saying that we need to pay more.
The use of the word "injustice" is not accidental. The term social
justice has traditionally meant working to ease the hardships of
poverty. But Perry reverses the meaning and claims the victims of
injustice here are the rich people forced to shell out an extra
dollar
because those impoverished meanies are selfishly hoarding what little
they have left.


This kiss-up, kick-down attitude is popular on the right, not just
with rich campaign donors but with a lot of middle-class and just-
hanging-on people whose anger could do some good if focused on the
robber barons' ever-increasing share. Instead it's targeted at the
poorest people, who conveniently don't have lobbyists to defend them.
I think it works because of a comforting bit of wishful thinking:
that life is fair, and bad things don't happen to good people.
Following that belief, those with money are by definition Worthy, and
those without are Unworthy. It's tempting to believe - or at least
want to believe - that if you work hard, if you're just Worthy
enough,
you'll get ahead.


Thus any aid to impoverished people can be given with a heavy dose of
shaming, while corporate subsidies and rich people's tax writeoffs
don't come with the same contempt. Wisconsin's Alberta Darling got
re-
elected after explaining that people who make $250,000/year aren't
"wealthy." Meanwhile, the Heritage Foundation published a report on
the undeserved luxury enjoyed by people living below the poverty
line: almost all of them have fridges AND microwaves! (Or as
Colbert
put it: they can preserve AND heat food!)


Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman campaigned for Governor of California on
the promise to slash welfare while cutting corporate taxes. It can't
be that she thought it was good financial sense to take from those
with nothing to give to the wealthiest; at some point we're left with
no explanation except hostility. (The racial dogwhistles involved in
welfare-bashing, and the myths that undocumented immigrants are
living
high on taxpayer money, need a whole other diary.)


Last year a San Francisco Chronicle article showcased a successful
program helping homeless people who hung out at the main library. One
of the first responses from a reader: "Since homeless people don't
pay taxes, why are they allowed to use the library at all?" (Show
your W-2's at the door before you enter the library, or call the fire
department, or send your kid to school, or stop at a stoplight...)


And now some companies are openly advertising that they will only
hire
people who are currently employed. Because if you've been downsized,
you must not be Worthy, right?


Politicians don't like to talk about poverty. They talk about the
"middle class," which presumably contains people who are at least
somewhat Worthy. With the series of economic disasters over the last
few years, the media will occasionally show some interest in talking
about unemployment or foreclosures - as long as it's a formerly
middle
class person who lost a job or home. But they'd still rather talk
about rich people who are now slightly less rich.


Barbara Ehrenreich is one of the few journalists who addresses issues
of poverty on a regular basis. She gives a depressing description of
a
formerly middle-class family forced onto welfare, where the
requirements included fingerprinting, applying for 40 jobs a week
(with no transportation help), and a "job readiness" class 35 miles
away that was no help at all. But the populist hostility is aimed at
the family struggling to get by, not at the company taking taxpayer
dollars to teach no specific skills but "readiness" for nonexistent
jobs.


The latest criminalizing-poverty idea out of Florida is drug testing
for all welfare applicants. Sure, it funnels a lot of taxpayer money
to the company doing all those drug tests, but it has the right
punitive attitude toward those Unworthy impoverished people. Other
measures in various states have included making food stamp cards a
conspicuous bright orange (which serves no function other than
shaming), a proposal to require Norplant for welfare recipients
(which
failed to pass in Mississippi), and the much-ridiculed (and
unsuccessful) proposal to replace the clothing allowance for foster
kids with a debit card that could only be used in secondhand stores.
(The company managing the debit cards - at taxpayers' expense - would
not be subject to any shaming, of course, just the kids.)


Ehrenreich catalogs ways that poverty has literally been
criminalized: arresting people for sitting or lying on sidewalks,
arresting anti-poverty volunteers for handing out free food, and the
classic story of Al Szekeley, a disabled Vietnam Vet who had been
staying in a shelter:


He had been enjoying the luxury of an indoor bed until December 2008,
when the police swept through the shelter in the middle of the night
looking for men with outstanding warrants. It turned out that
Szekeley, who is an ordained minister and does not drink, do drugs,
or
cuss in front of ladies, did indeed have one -- for "criminal
trespassing," as sleeping on the streets is sometimes defined by the
law. So he was dragged out of the shelter and put in jail.
There's the guy who's oppressing Rick Warren by not paying enough
taxes.


Any system that declares the Haves morally superior to the Have-Nots
will always get the support of the Haves. Our political and media
establishments are run by Haves. They're currently engaged in a
campaign to convince the Have-Littles that they're on the same side,
being oppressed by the Unworthy Have-Nots. Somehow, we have to keep
countering with the truth: up is not down, slavery is not freedom,
and robbing the poor to give to the rich is not justice.


.
syvyn11
2011-08-21 08:06:55 UTC
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On Aug 21, 12:52 am, "Karolina Dean...X-ray eyes"
Post by syvyn11
10. Bush
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
8. Bush
7. ATMs
6. Bush
5. Japan Earthquake
4. Bush
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but
tried to say he wasn't)
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
1. Congress.  http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_...
Is anything ever his fault?
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2011-08-21 12:03:35 UTC
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Top 10 things Obama blames a lack of economic recovery on.

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10. Bush
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
8. Bush
7. ATMs
6. Bush
5. Japan Earthquake
4. Bush
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but tried
to say he wasn't)
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
1. Congress.
http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_congr=
ess_of_holding_back_recovery
Is anything ever his fault?

Replace odd-numbered reasons with 'Reagan/Republicans' and you have a
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rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
2011-08-21 18:31:03 UTC
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Post by syvyn11
10. Bush
http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/voters-still-blame-bush-for-the-economy/

Yeah, the PEOPLE still blame Bush for it.

Butthurt much?
Post by syvyn11
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
Did you or did you not realize that oil prices have been going down
recently?
Post by syvyn11
8. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
7. ATMs
Wait wut?
Post by syvyn11
6. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
5. Japan Earthquake
Hmmm, huge natural disaster in a significant economic sphere? Oh, of
course it wouldn't do anything.

/rolls eyes.
Post by syvyn11
4. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but
tried to say he wasn't)
So lemme get this straight:

If he flexes his political muscle, you'd respond with: HE'S A MARXIST!
HE'S A SOCIALIST! HE'S KING OBAMA AND CAN DO NOTHING WRONG!
If he doesn't flex his political muscle, you'd response with: HE'S A
WEAKLING! WHY DID THE PEOPLE VOTE FOR HIM! HE'S CARTER II!

So which one?
Post by syvyn11
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
For the last time, see #10.
Post by syvyn11
1. Congress. http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_congress_of_holding_back_recovery
So everything that's happened with the House in the last year you have
the attitude of "MOVE ALONG FOLKS, NOTHING TO SEE HERE!"

Am I right?
Post by syvyn11
Is anything ever his fault?
Considering he staked his Presidency on greenlighting Bin Laden? Yeah,
he would've taken responsibility for that.
--
rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
I don't suffer from insanity. I enjoy every minute of it.

"Conservatism is a phobia. Grow a pair and face the future." -- SherKhan.
"A Conservative is a man with two perfectly good legs who has never
learned to walk forward." -- FDR.
syvyn11
2011-08-21 20:32:59 UTC
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On Aug 21, 2:31 pm, "rwa2play, The Northern Lariat"
Post by syvyn11
10. Bush
http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/voters-still-blame-bush-for-the-econ...
Yeah, the PEOPLE still blame Bush for it.
Butthurt much?
You mean Obama Butt Lickers still blame Bush for it. This is the
Obama Economy.
Post by syvyn11
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
Did you or did you not realize that oil prices have been going down
recently?
What does that have to do with anything. It's just part of Project Re-
elect obama.
Post by syvyn11
8. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
7. ATMs
Wait wut?
http://www.examiner.com/conservative-in-spokane/obama-blames-internet-atms-for-high-unemployment
Post by syvyn11
6. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
5. Japan Earthquake
Hmmm, huge natural disaster in a significant economic sphere?  Oh, of
course it wouldn't do anything.
Still wouldn't be effecting US months after it happened.
/rolls eyes.
Post by syvyn11
4. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but
tried to say he wasn't)
If he flexes his political muscle, you'd respond with: HE'S A MARXIST!
HE'S A SOCIALIST! HE'S KING OBAMA AND CAN DO NOTHING WRONG!
If he doesn't flex his political muscle, you'd response with: HE'S A
WEAKLING! WHY DID THE PEOPLE VOTE FOR HIM! HE'S CARTER II!
If he flexes his political 'muscle', he's doing the same thing that
has not worked the first two and a half years.

He doesn't do anything, we might, MIGHT have a chance to pull out of
this nosespin.
So which one?
Post by syvyn11
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
For the last time, see #10.
Post by syvyn11
1. Congress.  http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_...
So everything that's happened with the House in the last year you have
the attitude of "MOVE ALONG FOLKS, NOTHING TO SEE HERE!"
Am I right?
Never.

Point is that Obama will do anything to escape responsibility for his
actions. He's like a little child.
Post by syvyn11
Is anything ever his fault?
Considering he staked his Presidency on greenlighting Bin Laden?  Yeah,
he would've taken responsibility for that.
--
rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
I don't suffer from insanity. I enjoy every minute of it.
"Conservatism is a phobia. Grow a pair and face the future." -- SherKhan.
"A Conservative is a man with two perfectly good legs who has never
learned to walk forward." -- FDR.
rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
2011-08-21 23:05:41 UTC
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On Aug 21, 2:31 pm, "rwa2play, The Northern Lariat"
Post by syvyn11
10. Bush
http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/voters-still-blame-bush-for-the-econ...
Yeah, the PEOPLE still blame Bush for it.
Butthurt much?
You mean Obama Butt Lickers still blame Bush for it. This is the
Obama Economy.
Spoken like a true flavor-aid drinkin' Tea Partier.
Post by syvyn11
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
Did you or did you not realize that oil prices have been going down
recently?
What does that have to do with anything. It's just part of Project Re-
elect obama.
And now a conspiracy theory.
Post by syvyn11
8. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
7. ATMs
Wait wut?
http://www.examiner.com/conservative-in-spokane/obama-blames-internet-atms-for-high-unemployment
Conservative? Or Tea Partier?
Post by syvyn11
6. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
5. Japan Earthquake
Hmmm, huge natural disaster in a significant economic sphere? Oh, of
course it wouldn't do anything.
Still wouldn't be effecting US months after it happened.
Oh yeah. Only production plants, roads, ports damaged and need to be
rebuilt. Yeah, it really shouldn't affect our economy that bad.
/rolls eyes.
Post by syvyn11
4. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but
tried to say he wasn't)
If he flexes his political muscle, you'd respond with: HE'S A MARXIST!
HE'S A SOCIALIST! HE'S KING OBAMA AND CAN DO NOTHING WRONG!
If he doesn't flex his political muscle, you'd response with: HE'S A
WEAKLING! WHY DID THE PEOPLE VOTE FOR HIM! HE'S CARTER II!
If he flexes his political 'muscle', he's doing the same thing that
has not worked the first two and a half years.
You mean act like the lone adult in Washington. Even Republicans see
he's the only one worth talking to sensibily; talking to Tea Partiers is
like talking to a wall.
He doesn't do anything, we might, MIGHT have a chance to pull out of
this nosespin.
So which one?
Post by syvyn11
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
For the last time, see #10.
Post by syvyn11
1. Congress. http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_...
So everything that's happened with the House in the last year you have
the attitude of "MOVE ALONG FOLKS, NOTHING TO SEE HERE!"
Am I right?
Never.
Point is that Obama will do anything to escape responsibility for his
actions. He's like a little child.
Post by syvyn11
Is anything ever his fault?
Considering he staked his Presidency on greenlighting Bin Laden? Yeah,
he would've taken responsibility for that.
No response? Maybe I answered your question and you have no response to
it other than pouting.
--
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Barely functional, partially reasonable and totally lazy.

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syvyn11
2011-08-22 07:59:11 UTC
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Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
On Aug 21, 2:31 pm, "rwa2play, The Northern Lariat"
Post by syvyn11
10. Bush
http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/voters-still-blame-bush-for-the-econ...
Yeah, the PEOPLE still blame Bush for it.
Butthurt much?
You mean Obama Butt Lickers still blame Bush for it.  This is the
Obama Economy.
Spoken like a true flavor-aid drinkin' Tea Partier.
So tell me when does it become "the obama economy"? When it improves
and not a moment before? Even if all 8 years of Herr Obama's
leadership (shudder) and our economy is doing even worse, you'll still
blame Bush. Sorry, when Bush was blamed for 'talking down the
economy' before he became president, it shows that who the whipping
boy was going to be. In short, you can't have it both ways. But as
a liberal who hates america, you can have it any way you commies want
it.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
Post by syvyn11
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
Did you or did you not realize that oil prices have been going down
recently?
What does that have to do with anything.  It's just part of Project Re-
elect obama.
And now a conspiracy theory.
Whatever.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
Post by syvyn11
8. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
7. ATMs
Wait wut?
http://www.examiner.com/conservative-in-spokane/obama-blames-internet...
Conservative? Or Tea Partier?
Evasion noted.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
Post by syvyn11
6. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
5. Japan Earthquake
Hmmm, huge natural disaster in a significant economic sphere?  Oh, of
course it wouldn't do anything.
Still wouldn't be effecting US months after it happened.
Oh yeah. Only production plants, roads, ports damaged and need to be
rebuilt.  Yeah, it really shouldn't affect our economy that bad.
Might cause a ripple, but not for 2 3/4 years!
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
/rolls eyes.
Post by syvyn11
4. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but
tried to say he wasn't)
If he flexes his political muscle, you'd respond with: HE'S A MARXIST!
HE'S A SOCIALIST! HE'S KING OBAMA AND CAN DO NOTHING WRONG!
If he doesn't flex his political muscle, you'd response with: HE'S A
WEAKLING! WHY DID THE PEOPLE VOTE FOR HIM! HE'S CARTER II!
If he flexes his political 'muscle', he's doing the same thing that
has not worked the first two and a half years.
You mean act like the lone adult in Washington.  Even Republicans see
he's the only one worth talking to sensibily; talking to Tea Partiers is
like talking to a wall.
That asshole is acting like a adult? Are you stupid. When Obama
comes to your town, are you going to suck he cock? Do you hope he's
going to give you the reach around? This Obama worship is
troubling. If Obama doesn't get his way, he pouts, he blames, he
acts like a child. If that's what you want in a president, then you
have bigger problems. Let's face it, you still in his corner cause
he's black. it's about race with you libs and nothing else.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
He doesn't do anything, we might, MIGHT have a chance to pull out of
this nosespin.
So which one?
Post by syvyn11
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
For the last time, see #10.
Post by syvyn11
1. Congress.  http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_...
So everything that's happened with the House in the last year you have
the attitude of "MOVE ALONG FOLKS, NOTHING TO SEE HERE!"
Am I right?
Never.
Point is that Obama will do anything to escape responsibility for his
actions.   He's like a little child.
Post by syvyn11
Is anything ever his fault?
Considering he staked his Presidency on greenlighting Bin Laden?  Yeah,
he would've taken responsibility for that.
No response?  Maybe I answered your question and you have no response to
it other than pouting.
He was pressured by Hillary and Gates into that. If it were up to
Obama, he would just left it alone.

But that never stops Chairman 'o' from taking full credit.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
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Barely functional, partially reasonable and totally lazy.
I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. They are so unlike
your Christ. -- Ghandi
A forced faith is a hypocrisy hateful to God and man. -- Henry Manning
rwa2play, the elephant in the room
2011-08-22 17:22:03 UTC
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On Aug 21, 7:05 pm, "rwa2play, The Northern Lariat"
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
On Aug 21, 2:31 pm, "rwa2play, The Northern Lariat"
Post by syvyn11
10. Bush
http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/voters-still-blame-bush-for-the-econ...
Yeah, the PEOPLE still blame Bush for it.
Butthurt much?
You mean Obama Butt Lickers still blame Bush for it. This is the
Obama Economy.
Spoken like a true flavor-aid drinkin' Tea Partier.
So tell me when does it become "the obama economy"? When it improves
and not a moment before? Even if all 8 years of Herr Obama's
leadership (shudder) and our economy is doing even worse, you'll still
blame Bush.
When we get back to the Pre-Bush levels (i.e. budget surpluses and NOT
deficits), it'll then be the Obama economy.


Sorry, when Bush was blamed for 'talking down the
economy' before he became president,
PPOR.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
Post by syvyn11
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
Did you or did you not realize that oil prices have been going down
recently?
What does that have to do with anything. It's just part of Project Re-
elect obama.
And now a conspiracy theory.
Whatever.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
Post by syvyn11
8. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
7. ATMs
Wait wut?
http://www.examiner.com/conservative-in-spokane/obama-blames-internet...
Conservative? Or Tea Partier?
Evasion noted.
Not really. A Tea Partier calls himself/herself a conservative so that
their credibility doesn't go to shit before posting a single word.

So yeah, he's a Tea Partier.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
Post by syvyn11
6. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
5. Japan Earthquake
Hmmm, huge natural disaster in a significant economic sphere? Oh, of
course it wouldn't do anything.
Still wouldn't be effecting US months after it happened.
Oh yeah. Only production plants, roads, ports damaged and need to be
rebuilt. Yeah, it really shouldn't affect our economy that bad.
Might cause a ripple, but not for 2 3/4 years!
If it's key components in certain items (i.e. cars), it'll cause more
than just a ripple.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
/rolls eyes.
Post by syvyn11
4. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but
tried to say he wasn't)
If he flexes his political muscle, you'd respond with: HE'S A MARXIST!
HE'S A SOCIALIST! HE'S KING OBAMA AND CAN DO NOTHING WRONG!
If he doesn't flex his political muscle, you'd response with: HE'S A
WEAKLING! WHY DID THE PEOPLE VOTE FOR HIM! HE'S CARTER II!
If he flexes his political 'muscle', he's doing the same thing that
has not worked the first two and a half years.
You mean act like the lone adult in Washington. Even Republicans see
he's the only one worth talking to sensibily; talking to Tea Partiers is
like talking to a wall.
That asshole is acting like a adult? Are you stupid.
No, I'm something you'll never be: sensible. It's too bad you won't
take your head out the Tea Party's ass, maybe you'll figure it out someday.
When Obama
comes to your town, are you going to suck he cock? Do you hope he's
going to give you the reach around? This Obama worship is
troubling. If Obama doesn't get his way, he pouts, he blames, he
acts like a child. If that's what you want in a president, then you
have bigger problems. Let's face it, you still in his corner cause
he's black. it's about race with you libs and nothing else.
Projection is noted and frightening.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
He doesn't do anything, we might, MIGHT have a chance to pull out of
this nosespin.
That's "nosedive." So you want him to employ the Herbert Hoover tactic?
Worked out so well for him during his run as President.

/rolls eyes.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
So which one?
Post by syvyn11
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
For the last time, see #10.
Post by syvyn11
1. Congress. http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_...
So everything that's happened with the House in the last year you have
the attitude of "MOVE ALONG FOLKS, NOTHING TO SEE HERE!"
Am I right?
Never.
Point is that Obama will do anything to escape responsibility for his
actions. He's like a little child.
Post by syvyn11
Is anything ever his fault?
Considering he staked his Presidency on greenlighting Bin Laden? Yeah,
he would've taken responsibility for that.
No response? Maybe I answered your question and you have no response to
it other than pouting.
He was pressured by Hillary and Gates into that.
So wait, he was pressured into putting his Presidency on the line?
That's a new one.


If it were up to
Obama, he would just left it alone.
But that never stops Chairman 'o' from taking full credit.
You're a closet communist aren't you?
--
rwa2play, the elephant in the room
Jason
2011-08-22 18:56:02 UTC
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On Aug 21, 7:05 pm, "rwa2play, The Northern Lariat"
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
On Aug 21, 2:31 pm, "rwa2play, The Northern Lariat"
Post by syvyn11
10. Bush
http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/voters-still-blame-bush-for-the-econ...
Yeah, the PEOPLE still blame Bush for it.
Butthurt much?
You mean Obama Butt Lickers still blame Bush for it.  This is the
Obama Economy.
Spoken like a true flavor-aid drinkin' Tea Partier.
So tell me when does it become "the obama economy"?   When it improves
and not a moment before?   Even if all 8 years of Herr Obama's
leadership (shudder) and our economy is doing even worse, you'll still
blame Bush.    Sorry, when Bush was blamed for 'talking down the
economy' before he became president, it shows that who the whipping
boy was going to be.   In short, you can't have it both ways.   But as
a liberal who hates america, you can have it any way you commies want
it.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
Post by syvyn11
9. Arab Spring (which Obama said at one time he was responsible for)
Did you or did you not realize that oil prices have been going down
recently?
What does that have to do with anything.  It's just part of Project Re-
elect obama.
And now a conspiracy theory.
Whatever.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
Post by syvyn11
8. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
7. ATMs
Wait wut?
http://www.examiner.com/conservative-in-spokane/obama-blames-internet...
Conservative? Or Tea Partier?
Evasion noted.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
Post by syvyn11
6. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
5. Japan Earthquake
Hmmm, huge natural disaster in a significant economic sphere?  Oh, of
course it wouldn't do anything.
Still wouldn't be effecting US months after it happened.
Oh yeah. Only production plants, roads, ports damaged and need to be
rebuilt.  Yeah, it really shouldn't affect our economy that bad.
Might cause a ripple, but not for 2 3/4 years!
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
/rolls eyes.
Post by syvyn11
4. Bush
See #10.
Post by syvyn11
3. Dysfunctional political systems (which Obama is a part of, but
tried to say he wasn't)
If he flexes his political muscle, you'd respond with: HE'S A MARXIST!
HE'S A SOCIALIST! HE'S KING OBAMA AND CAN DO NOTHING WRONG!
If he doesn't flex his political muscle, you'd response with: HE'S A
WEAKLING! WHY DID THE PEOPLE VOTE FOR HIM! HE'S CARTER II!
If he flexes his political 'muscle', he's doing the same thing that
has not worked the first two and a half years.
You mean act like the lone adult in Washington.  Even Republicans see
he's the only one worth talking to sensibily; talking to Tea Partiers is
like talking to a wall.
That asshole is acting like a adult?   Are you stupid.   When Obama
comes to your town, are you going to suck he cock?  Do you hope he's
going to give you the reach around?   This Obama worship is
troubling.    If Obama doesn't get his way, he pouts, he blames, he
acts like a child.  If that's what you want in a president, then you
have bigger problems.   Let's face it, you still in his corner cause
he's black.   it's about race with you libs and nothing else.
Post by rwa2play, The Northern Lariat
He doesn't do anything, we might, MIGHT have a chance to pull out of
this nosespin.
So which one?
Post by syvyn11
2. Bush (cause you can't blame Bush enough!)
For the last time, see #10.
Post by syvyn11
1. Congress.  http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2011/08/20/obama_accuses_...
So everything that's happened with the House in the last year you have
the attitude of "MOVE ALONG FOLKS, NOTHING TO SEE HERE!"
Am I right?
Never.
Point is that Obama will do anything to escape responsibility for his
actions.   He's like a little child.
Post by syvyn11
Is anything ever his fault?
Considering he staked his Presidency on greenlighting Bin Laden?  Yeah,
he would've taken responsibility for that.
No response?  Maybe I answered your question and you have no response to
it other than pouting.
He was pressured by Hillary and Gates into that.   If it were up to
Obama, he would just left it  alone.
But that never stops Chairman 'o' from taking full credit.
It really is sad how far gone you are.


Jason

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