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Matt Foley

Kiss my ass, Obama

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You mean like the last one? :lol:

You really have to stop using this one....the last one doesn't fuging matter any more...the new guy is supposed to be BETTER...falling back on "he's no worse than the last guy" doesn't fuging help us a bit.

I may have just been laid off because Bush ran the economy into the fuging ground, but it doesn't help pay my bills, put food on my table or ease the worries I now have that result in a pain in my chest that feels like there's a hummer parked on it, if the new guy doesn't bring us out of this poo. Similarly it doesn't help if the Republicans point and laugh at the new guys failures. That doesn't help me either.

fuging idiots....this isn't the Panthers vs the Saints. We, the people, fuging lose if both sides are fug-ups. When's the last time "your" political party paid your bills or stopped by with a truck full of food. Morons.

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what current world leader do you respect more?

To be honest, I don't follow the politics of other countries close enough to give you an answer. But I can list several American presidents I respect more. In fact, the only ones I DON'T are W and maybe Jimmy Carter. Okay, okay...Nixon and Ford, too.

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fuging idiots....this isn't the Panthers vs the Saints. We, the people, fuging lose if both sides are fug-ups. When's the last time "your" political party paid your bills or stopped by with a truck full of food. Morons.

I realize that, Shinner. That's why I voted for McCain. Obama represents the "it's our turn now, you just shut up" crowd that has driven this country into the ground. McCain was that rare politician who could work with both sides. He was on older Clinton.

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what current world leader do you respect more?

Sarkozy, because his wife is smokin. :)

Seriously, there are several I like. Harper of Canada, Gordon Brown hasn't been bad so far, and I like certain aspects of Manmohan Singh's leadership. Don't know that much about his domestic politics, but he has handled some very difficult foreign policy issues very well, and has managed to avoid a war with Pakistan which is good for all of us.

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What? Are you kidding shinner? The right is still blaming Clinton. I voted for Bush...twice, so I can trash him for the next 20 years if I want too.

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My point is, why do you have to throw Bush under the bus everywhere you go? Bush has never said a bad word about Obama. I don't remember him dogging Clinton, either.

Why not just say "America and Europe have worked together beautifully in the past, and we look forward to doing so in the future."????? If you're secure in your own skin, you'll know that Europe realizes you aren't George W. Bush right off the bat.

Don't say "we have a bunch of people who hate you and you have a bunch of people who hate us". We have been arrogant, but please, please, please like us now.

To be honest, many European countries have deserved to be viewed negatively by the United States.

No he didn't, he just got his party to do it for him. Look at his race to Governor of Texas, (with an open mind I might add). He has never had a clean race, has always trashed his opposing candidate, but never had direct knowledge. Plausible deniability. That's a mafia term by the way...

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...and lets not get started on some people who trash Lincoln 150 years later.

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I realize that, Shinner. That's why I voted for McCain. Obama represents the "it's our turn now, you just shut up" crowd that has driven this country into the ground. McCain was that rare politician who could work with both sides. He was on older Clinton.

I seem to recall a lot "have a cup of shut the fug up, we're in charge now" t shirts after 9/11.

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I seem to recall a lot "have a cup of shut the fug up, we're in charge now" t shirts after 9/11.

And how did you like it? Did it make you want to support the president? Would you have preferred that Dumbya worked with liberals or that he tune them out?

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Bush had nothing to do with the shirts, and Obama is still a far cry from a real liberal.

It mostly reminded me that a lot of people that I know have more free testosterone than brains, and were ready to have some all out war in the Middle East for whatever reason.

You need to understand (and I think you do) that there are not going to be a lot of big policy moves that you will approve of for the next few years. That does not make them radical, or even all that liberal in many cases. I highly doubt that there will be discussion on the floor of Congress for a Constitutional Amendment banning guns, or other actual "liberal" pipe dreams, like the Republicans did with the marriage crap. Congress and the President are primarily focused on the economy, and the President is making the big picture decisions regarding the Middle East and letting the generals run the war. So far the changes, while a long way from being judged successful or not, show that he is getting a lot of advice from experts, not doing much based on dogma, and leading well. Just remember how Bush did basically nothing in this time other than the tax cuts, and Clinton did way too much controversial stuff out of the gate. Obama appears to be straight down the middle of the two and that must be hard to do.

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