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#1 venom

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 12:44 AM

Barack Obama is going to be right up there with Jimmy Carter as one of the worst presidents in our time. Ok actually, he is going to blow Carter out of the water when its all said and done. So far he has done everything he can to construct a nation "in his own image" rather than that of the constitution. He's created more controversy in his first 5 weeks than any other president in the nations history. He is destroying this country and its founding principles all by himself.

The last time we faced a recession of this magitude was 1982, caused by Carter's inability to run the country. Now i'm not saying Obama was the cause of this fragile economic state, but he's certainly not doing anything to help the situation, and well quite frankly, he's making things worse. What got us out of our delicate economic state in the 80's? TAX CUTS. You would think the government might actually take note of past history lessons and act accordingly, but instead the democrats would rather focus on strengthing their power in government at the expense of you and i. its quite disgusting to be honest with you, and whats even more frightening, is that some of you are so blind to reality, that youve lost all basic logic and common sense, and are nothing more than a sheep to all of this.

you cant spend your way out of a recession and that is a fact; especially not with a bill full of spending towards special interest groups and pet projects, and especially with money we dont have. once again, japan had proven this to the world in the 90's, i dont know why this is being ignored.

as nancy pelosi said herself, "we've been writing this bill for over a year." Oh did you slip up? Guess the recession was a good enough excuse to put the bill into law eh?

obama is going to go down as one of the most destructive and radical presidents this nation has ever faced. the founding fathers are all rolling in their graves right now. Obama is a fraud, a liar, and overall a complete disgrace to this country and its ideals. hope you libs are happy.

Edited by venom, 02 March 2009 - 12:59 AM.


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Posted 02 March 2009 - 12:53 AM

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#3 venom

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 01:00 AM

http://www.carolinah...uired-test.html


pretty clever there, buck. too bad you cant refute any of the above.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 01:08 AM

How am I supposed to refute crap like "He's created more controversy in his first 5 weeks than any other president in the nations history. He is destroying this country and its founding principles all by himself." and "obama is going to go down as one of the most destructive and radical presidents this nation has ever faced. the founding fathers are all rolling in their graves right now. Obama is a fraud, a liar, and overall a complete disgrace to this country and its ideals."
I'd also think that the founding fathers were a bit "radical" in their time as well.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 01:20 AM

How am I supposed to refute crap like "He's created more controversy in his first 5 weeks than any other president in the nations history. He is destroying this country and its founding principles all by himself." and "obama is going to go down as one of the most destructive and radical presidents this nation has ever faced. the founding fathers are all rolling in their graves right now. Obama is a fraud, a liar, and overall a complete disgrace to this country and its ideals."
I'd also think that the founding fathers were a bit "radical" in their time as well.


easy. you try and disprove me by presenting evidence attesting how Obama's ideals and policies hold up to the constitution. you try and prove to me that Obama is running an ethical operation, without a cabinet full of crooks including an advocate of child pornography. you try and explain to me how tripling the deficit, while embarking on the nation's largest spending frenzy in accordance to a bill jam packed with pork and pet projects is going to get us out of the recession the government created in the first place.

now that i think about it, youre right. you cant refute any of that, its impossible. however if you wanna try, i'm always up for a good laugh.

of course the founder's ideals were considered radical back then, they invented the democracy.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 01:31 AM

So you get to make outlandish statements then force others to do all the work,,,seems kind of lazy on your part. How about you present information/facts backing up your rants. Then I'd pry go through the busy work of showing the moronicy behind your post.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 01:46 AM

So you get to make outlandish statements then force others to do all the work,,,seems kind of lazy on your part. How about you present information/facts backing up your rants. Then I'd pry go through the busy work of showing the moronicy behind your post.


outlandish statements? please tell me what is outlandish.

i'm not asking you to do any work, all i'm asking you to do is prove me wrong since what i believe is "crap" apparently. I've provided plenty of evidence backing up my rants...It is you who has yet to do so.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 02:44 AM

The moron starts another terrible thread.

Thanks for your worthless input.



**Hint: This is where you come back with, "Hey isn't it ironic because you added nothing but worthless sh*t as well."



If you can already compare Obama's to Carter's then you are much less intelligent then the low standard I already attribute to you.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 05:02 AM

5 weeks and he's Jimmy Carter now.

Give this guy another two months and he'll be calling Obama the next Nero.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 05:48 AM

What's sad is the amount of effort put into the original post.