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    Obama: I’m not even halfway done

    Obama: I’m not even halfway done

    From Obama’s Birthday fundraising bash in Chicago tonight, via RCP (h/t @Allahpundit)(emphasis mine):

    “It’s been a long, tough journey. But we have made some incredible strides together. Yes, we have. But the thing that we all ought to remember is that as much as good as we have done, precisely because the challenges were so daunting, precisely because we we were inheriting so many challenges, that we’re not even halfway there yet. When I said ‘change we can believe in’ I didn’t say ‘change we could believe in tomorrow.’ Not change we can believe in next week. We knew this was going to take time because we’ve got this big, messy, tough democracy,” President Obama said at a campaign fundraiser in Chicago on Wednesday night.

    Resist the temptation to turn on one another, which is part of the fallout from the debt deal.

    Remember what we are up against.  And what the consequences will be if we self-destruct.

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    David Horowitz of The Freedom Center warned me what we are up against back in 2002…’THe Left is vicious and Conservatives are too gentile to fight, always waiting for another day to pick up the battle’

    Never forget these words of wisdom “The Left is Vicious”-this is what they are and this is what we are up against.


     
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    Ma Kettle | August 4, 2011 at 12:13 pm

    “because we’ve got this big, messy, tough democracy,”

    He’s endlessly hinting that if He could just do things his way, he’d be delivering the utopia he promised. But only if he could have his way.

    Dropping the seeds. Ever the Community Agitator, Agitator-in-Chief.

    Not even halfway there yet? Isn’t that what the man who fell off a ten story building said on his way past the 6th floor?

    Alternatively, I guess Obama might have fallen off a graph with a peak depicting the US economy on the day he won election.

    Some days I sure wish I could draw political cartoons.


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