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Old January 6th, 2016, 02:27 PM   #1301
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It's really sad and scary, in an odd sort of way, the amount of pure hate and disrespect that is shown towards a president of the United States





I meant that not towards the people, but the fact that a president could be so grossly negligent and abhorrent of the responsibilities to the people and country, that it so easily invites and encourages such disrespect.
You should revisit the days of Bush. The , the liberal media and everybody else that jumped on the media biased band wagon. Obama has not seen near the amount of disrespect that GWBush had to endure.
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You should revisit the days of Bush. The , the liberal media and everybody else that jumped on the media biased band wagon. Obama has not seen near the amount of disrespect that GWBush had to endure.
I have to disagree. I know people really didn't like G. W. Bush, but the majority of that was limited to jokes and political comics about education, or lack there of. Things of a personal nature, and of course, a few problems with his policies and en-actions while in office. That is to be expected and there is nothing really that new there, to me anyway. Those problems were mostly limited to the liberal and democratic viewpoints, while the opposite parties stuck with him (mostly)

With Obama; the disrespect and discord with him translated into true, unfiltered hatred and discontent; not only for his policies and political ideologies, but his person, his character. Everything about him and what he does is detested. Nothing is left out. Everybody has issues and concerns with his polices and political viewpoints, both sides; left and right. It's not limited to a simple right wing/left wing ideology.
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I have to disagree. I know people really didn't like G. W. Bush, but the majority of that was limited to jokes and political comics about education, or lack there of. Things of a personal nature, and of course, a few problems with his policies and en-actions while in office. That is to be expected and there is nothing really that new there, to me anyway. Those problems were mostly limited to the liberal and democratic viewpoints, while the opposite parties stuck with him (mostly)

With Obama; the disrespect and discord with him translated into true, unfiltered hatred and discontent; not only for his policies and political ideologies, but his person, his character. Everything about him and what he does is detested. Nothing is left out. Everybody has issues and concerns with his polices and political viewpoints, both sides; left and right. It's not limited to a simple right wing/left wing ideology.
You do have a good point. Americans have a problem with a sitting president making changes to our way of life. Having no respect for the constitution and going so far as to rewrite laws when congress will not do what he wants. He is doing exactly what he said he would do and that is to transform this country into something he sees it should be.
We need to look into who Obama is and with that we need to look to his childhood and who he looked up to throughout the years he went to school.
Socialism and marxism are what he thinks America would be better as.
How can any American respect a president that does not respect the constitution nor the American way of life. He needs to stop his need to change this country into something it never was. If he loves a socialist way of life he and every other socialist should move to a country that supports socialism.
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I have to disagree. I know people really didn't like G. W. Bush, but the majority of that was limited to jokes and political comics about education, or lack there of. Things of a personal nature, and of course, a few problems with his policies and en-actions while in office. That is to be expected and there is nothing really that new there, to me anyway. Those problems were mostly limited to the liberal and democratic viewpoints, while the opposite parties stuck with him (mostly)

With Obama; the disrespect and discord with him translated into true, unfiltered hatred and discontent; not only for his policies and political ideologies, but his person, his character. Everything about him and what he does is detested. Nothing is left out. Everybody has issues and concerns with his polices and political viewpoints, both sides; left and right. It's not limited to a simple right wing/left wing ideology.
You have to admit, it takes a bit of gall to call up crocodile tears, live, while taking a smite at gun owners.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3IWq3CXHyc
maybe he's unclear on the definition of reverse.
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maybe he's unclear on the definition of reverse.
He's clearly going forward in reverse.
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I bet he forgot all about saying that.
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You have to admit, it takes a bit of gall to call up crocodile tears, live, while taking a smite at gun owners.
What happens when a child throws a temper tantrum, stamps their feet and storms out of the room when they don't get what they want. After that, the tears begin.
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It's really sad and scary, in an odd sort of way, the amount of pure hate and disrespect that is shown towards a president of the United States





I meant that not towards the people, but the fact that a president could be so grossly negligent and abhorrent of the responsibilities to the people and country, that it so easily invites and encourages such disrespect.
I agree.
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What happens when a child throws a temper tantrum, stamps their feet and storms out of the room when they don't get what they want. After that, the tears begin.
The guy with armed guards 24/7 who has spent millions concealing his own background, wants a background check on anyone buying a gun.

What he did is trivial. I expected more. Just shows how impotent he really is.
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I meant that not towards the people, but the fact that a president could be so grossly negligent and abhorrent of the responsibilities to the people and country, that it so easily invites and encourages such disrespect.
As a whole, its because he is never on our side. He is always scolding his own people. Everyone plays "devils advocate", but this guy is always advocating for our adversaries, foreign and domestic.
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It's because he is ashamed to be an 'American'.


One of the first things he did as president was to apologize to the world for the 'actions of America'.
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It's because he is ashamed to be an 'American'.


One of the first things he did as president was to apologize to the world for the 'actions of America'.
Definitely agree with that, his actions would definitely point to that feeling
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And every speech he makes, he scolds Americans as if he were scolding a misbehaving child.


I think he is very condescending, and in his mind he feels he's smarter than everyone else.
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Redirect, Redirect, Redirect.

Meanwhile the budget is shot, foreign affairs are going great, a growing mass of roaches that should of killed years ago continues to grow, and he continues on this woe is me it is to tough to fix campaign.



We have so much on our plate right now the thing requires additional servants(paid for by foreign money) to hold it. But, lets go ahead and talk about a issue that you can spin your wheels on until your butt is gracefully lead out of office.

I watched a bit of that live on cnn and he has the skill of a magician. Constantly agreeing with criticism while giving vague answers that support what he is trying to achieve while never actually definite it.




Safer for America and comparing automotive safety devises. You have outdone yourself this time Mr. Peanut.

Here is what I got out of all that jargon in automotive terms. In 2018 all new cars will be 3 cylinder anything more then 3 cylinders will be taxed per cylinder per year. A horse power rating of 200 horsepower and ever increasing taxes upon ratings above that will also apply.
This restriction is done on the basis of safety because someone driving a v8 must be reckless and uncontrolled. After all a 3 cylinder gets you where you are going in a efficient manner so why have anything more. We believe it in your best interest to restrict your use and that the automotive industry will be better by placing this restriction in action.

I am sure those with V8's producing the common place 400hp will gladly comply with the new tax structure. Every moving object will be registered in compliance of this new law and watched to ensure that no one person acquires to many vehicles.




No one having to much wealth of any object and everyone being the same while those that do pursue the American goal to increase there status and wealth are shunned.

That sounds like something our founding fathers and most presidents up until the 1970's would have fought.
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