The White House said Friday it was unaware of the rally. President Obama has traveled to Minneapolis, Minn., to promote his health-care plans at a rally there.
How can Hussein Obama, the First and the Second, not be aware of a large mass of people outside his house who hate him? Is he really that sheltered? Or that stupid? Is this the hope for the change for the change of the hope?
Hussein Obama, the First and the Second, said “I intend to be president for a while and once this bill passes, I own it.”
The First and the Second also said “I will not waste time with those who think that it’s just good politics to kill healthcare.” What happened to sensitivity, diversity and all that horse shit? Doesn’t everyone’s opinion count? Aren’t we all equal and important?
Fifty per cent approve and 49 per cent disapprove of the overall job he is doing as president, compared to July, when those approving his performance clearly outnumbered those who were unhappy with it, 55 per cent to 42 per cent.
Just 42 percent approve of the president’s work on the high-profile health issue.
Don’t the Democrats live and die by opinion polls? Aren’t people like Hussein Obama, the First and the Second, the ones always talking about listening to the people, the will of the people, the good of the people and blah blah blah the fucking people (or is that fucking the people).
With Democrats in control of Congress, battling the president legislatively has been difficult. But after a spring of anti-tax rallies and summer health-care protests proved to be effective, a growing number of GOP leaders are dropping their wariness and seeing the political possibilities of latching onto this freewheeling coalition. Others are cautious about embracing views that can be seen as extremist.
Here is part of the problem, Republicans (the so-called alternative to Democrats) view as “extremist” the idea that people should be allowed to keep the money they earn and that $11.7 trillion worth of government debt is a bad thing. When these are the good guys is it any wonder that the bad guys are winning?
“You will not spend the money of our children and our grandchildren to feed an overstuffed government,” Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) said of the Obama administration, drawing raucous applause.
Bullshit, that is exactly what is going to happen. That is what has been happening, even (especially?) when the Republican part has been in power.
Some came to protest what they see as government interference with gun ownership. Shaun Bryant, 40, a leadership trainer, was among eight people who flew in from Salt Lake City. They fashioned a sign with a drawing of an AR-15 assault rifle and the words, “We came unarmed from Montana and Utah . . . this time!”
And that’s the problem, you came unarmed. The only way our government will ever change (oh, I said The Word) is with a total collapse or with the bullet.
“Liar! Liar! Liar! Liar!” the crowd shouted back, echoing the accusation that Representative Joe Wilson, Republican of South Carolina, hurled at the president three days earlier during his address to Congress. As Mr. Obama traveled to Minnesota on Saturday to rally support for his health care plan, he flew over the assembling crowd in Marine One. The helicopter could be seen flying overhead as the demonstrators marched down Pennsylvania Avenue.
I wonder if Hussein looked out the window at all?
“We’d like to have an honest debate,” said Chris Korzen, director of the nonprofit Catholics United. “I don’t see a lot of substance here.”
Even Christians can figure it out, and they believe in (and worship) an invisible man who lives in the sky. Religion – all of them – don’t have any substance.
The tea party has been traduced, denigrated, maligned, scoffed at, vulgarized, and written off. And still, the tea party grows.
And of course race (as in racism) has to come into play.
One woman held a sign with images of Martin Luther King Jr. and Obama, with the words printed alongside: “He had a dream, we got a nightmare.”
The problem with having a black person as President isn’t that he’s black, the problem is that his being black circumvents any attempt to question his policies. This is a problem with the media, not the individual, the race or the people. We’ve created a society where everyone is so terrified of being called “racist” that skin colour has become a substitute for being able to support your policies with logic & evidence.
“At that point, the Republican Party was essentially an empty vessel, and the movement took its ideas and poured them into it,” Shirley said. “What we’re seeing today is somewhat analogous, but all they’re doing so far is anti-liberalism, which doesn’t necessarily have a political philosophy or an agenda of its own.”
But here is something totally off the subject, but just as interesting. The first reply to the artical quoted above is:
I can’t believe he did it but we actually made it to 9/12 without an attack.
Obama’s policies are actually working! The proof is in the pudding.
Thank you President Obama for keeping America safe longer than Bush/Cheney (who only made it to 9/11)!
When Monkey Boy Bush said he kept America safe after 9/11 called bullshit, rightly so. Now those same liberals are giving Hussein Obama the First and the Second credit for the fact that there have been no terrorist attacks on the United States. Is there logic or reasoning behind this? Nope. Just political party affiliation.
Just how many people did show up? I’ve previously address the ability of journalist to count. They can’t. And they don’t.
How about this, isn’t ABC News a evil corporation owned and run by rich, racist, white men? And isn’t everything in Europe perfect? After all they have socialized health care, they are green, they don’t brush their teeth or bath, and the women don’t shave their legs. Given that America is everything that is wrong with the world and Europe is everything that is perfect – don’t forget, they also don’t have racism in Europe – shouldn’t the numbers from the London Daily Mail be taken as the truth?
A sign portrayed President Barack Obama at a podium with the words “Parasite in Chief” on Saturday in Washington during a march and demonstration. Tens of thousands of people were protesting what they say is an ever-expanding intrusion of government in their lives.
Liberalism is the belief that individuals have no life and value outside the context of government. The current alternative to liberalism is the religious right which believes the individual has no life and value outside the context of religion/god/church. The alternative to these fools on both sides is freedom. Libertarianism – which is the belief that individuals have life and value because they exist.