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    Obama releases truly inspirational video

    Obama releases truly inspirational video

    Obama’s mission is not yet completed.  He’s said previously that’s he’s not even halfway towards where he want to take this country.

    Now Obama’s released a video intended to inspire his supporters to give him four more years to finish the job, but a line in the video actually should inspire us:

    “One year from now, all our progress could be erased”

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    The nice thing about the damage that he will do between now and 1/20/13 is that it will be done by executive order and, hence, more easily reversed than, say, Obamacare or Dodd Frank.


       
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      Milwaukee in reply to Jim. | November 6, 2011 at 8:03 pm

      True that, Jim, true that.

      Unfortunately, undoing this stuff won’t be easy. I’m still stockpiling light bulbs. You know what they say “When light bulbs are out laws, only out laws can have light.” or aren’t in the dark, or aren’t forced to use compact fluorescent light bulbs. How hard can it be, legalizing an incandescent light bulb.

      For all those stupids out there, I realize the incandescent light bulb isn’t being made “illegal”. But if the effect of the legislation is that I can’t purchase an inefficient light bulb, then other than semantics, what’s the difference? Why are we considered so stupid we’re not smart enough to buy the “right” type of light?


     
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    blue star | November 6, 2011 at 8:41 pm

    “One year from now, all our progress could be erased.”

    From your lips to God’s ears, pal.


     
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    Icepilot | November 6, 2011 at 8:53 pm

    IOW – Republicans will make you pay your student loans. Re-elect me and I get a new stimulus mandate. Who will get bailed out in my next term? I can’t help you if you don’t help me…. BHO

    I saw Occupy Toledo’s big sign today. It was HUGE and claimed that Republicans don’t want anyone to be cared for, or bills paid, or homeless housed.

    Ugh. So much of homeless outreach is done by Christians and Catholics. Immature brats, all.


       
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      Milwaukee in reply to Tea Party at Perrysburg. | November 6, 2011 at 11:33 pm

      0bama has been waging war against the Christian belief in social work. In order to get a religious exemption, an organization must primarily employ those of the shared faith, but additionally the recipients of the social work must also be of that shared faith. In other words, a Catholic school must primarily employ Catholic teachers, and serve Catholic students. Since Catholics and other Christians believe they need to serve all who are needy, regardless of the recipients faith, this is a huge problem.

      The charge from Jesus was something like: ‘I don’t know these people. When I was hungry they didn’t feed me, when I was naked they didn’t clothe me, when I was in prison they didn’t visit me.’ Lord, when were you like that? ‘When the least of these were hungry, naked and in prison.’


     
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    DINORightMarie | November 6, 2011 at 9:19 pm

    The erasing has already begun. Have you seen the pictures of Pittsburgh 2008 and the ones from his last visit there? Compare, and you will see that where the halls were overflowing in 2008, only a handful of seats are filled now. He is erasing his supporters all by himself! They see the results of his “change”; also, the ones there are bused in and/or paid, so those who ARE there are pure astroturf. They aren’t fooling anyone.

    He has brought his socialism – aka “change” – and the majority of us are saying, “You can KEEP the change!” We don’t want your fundamental transformation.

    I can’t wait until November 2012 to vote: Anybody But Obama; Senate and House packed with Conservatives, and Republican majorities! Oh, yeah. Very much worth working HARD to achieve such a Conservative victory!

    Erase this nightmare, please!


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