Obama: I'm the President of the United States; I Don't Need to Borrow a Computer

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mobrocket

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Breaking News the 2nd most powerful man in the world uses a computer.
Obama is probably a more laid back president then the past, but then again he isnt an old geezer like most
 

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Maybe if he would have brought his little war before congress like he was supposed to, time would have been taken to realize that the "rebels" are really Al Qaeda.
 

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Too bad this country has been ruined beyond repair by the guy before him. it will take decades to get us where we were before "Bush" times.
 

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[citation][nom]malmental[/nom]agreed...[/citation]
And aren't you the one that just said "let's keep this about the article itself and not go deeply into personal feelings or political views..."

Funny how two-faced people can be on teh interwebz.

On topic - it's good the pres is not a technophobe.
 
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Oh come on, that was a funny moment. I didn't vote for the guy, but it was funny. Laugh a little.
 

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Before this whole Libyan thing, I just saw Obama as the dem in the typical dem vs rep crap. Now, he needs to step down. What did Libya do to the US to even provoke this? This is the most impeachable offense. At least both of the Bushes did what they were supposed to when it came to congress.
 

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[citation][nom]maydaynomore[/nom]Too bad this country has been ruined beyond repair by the guy before him. it will take decades to get us where we were before "Bush" times.[/citation]
Too bad he keeps extending a lot of the things that Bush did?

Anyways, that video is pretty funny.
 

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To bad this country has been ruined beyond repair by a partisan two party system that is corrupt and frequently sells out to the highest bidder (oh wait I meant to say lobbyist)
 

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TY cknobman!

Doesn't matter which party a politician belongs to these days - they are all beholden to those whose money got them elected, and their "sponsors'" interests are the ones they look out for. We live in a plutokleptocracy - government by wealth and theft...
 

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the truth has been spoken (refers to last two posts)

on the topic of obama's escapade with libya, it's not too much different from the vietnam and/or korean conflict (can't remember which off the top of my head) where the president sent troops over without the support of congress, and where war was never officially declared.

really though he didn't NEED to attack libya; he could have just asked Israel to do it and they would've done it without a second thought
 

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[citation][nom]maydaynomore[/nom]Too bad this country has been ruined beyond repair by the guy before him. it will take decades to get us where we were before "Bush" times.[/citation]

agreed...
 

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[citation][nom]icemunk[/nom]He seems like a pretty fun guy...[/citation]

If you think he's fun, just imagine if Palin gets the presidency in 2012. Gun toting, soccer mom's represent!
 

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[citation][nom]maydaynomore[/nom]Too bad this country has been ruined beyond repair by the guy before him. it will take decades to get us where we were before "Bush" times.[/citation]
Oh you guys are so funny. Like this president is any different than Bush. Spend spend spend spend spend. Pass laws that reduce our freedoms. Get into a war that has absolutely nothing to do with us (other than the fact it is yet another country that produces oil). Yeah, Bush really hindered Obama. The reality is nothing has changed since our last president, but most of the country will ignore this, still defend their party and vote in a big ticket guy. We'll never get out of this hole.
 

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[citation][nom]hoofhearted[/nom]Before this whole Libyan thing, I just saw Obama as the dem in the typical dem vs rep crap. Now, he needs to step down. What did Libya do to the US to even provoke this? This is the most impeachable offense. At least both of the Bushes did what they were supposed to when it came to congress.[/citation]

nevermind that Bush 2 lied about all the reasons to go there. Everything they said on the lead up was false. they've been reduced to saying "getting rid of saddam was still a good thing even if we lied to get the ok to do it from congress.

 

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It's funny how 99.999% of intelligent people can see right through Republican BS.

What's that say about the general population when they elect GWB twice?
 

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[citation][nom]thrasher32[/nom]It's funny how 99.999% of intelligent people can see right through Republican BS.What's that say about the general population when they elect GWB twice?[/citation]

you said it, "intelligent people", problem is everyone isn't intelligent. Apparent 30% of the people are idiots. 40% are uninformed, and 30% are high lever critical thinkers who spent too much time making sure they have the right info.

the fight is over the 40% in the middle. The idiots vs. the intelligent people fight a media war to draw the middle towards them. If we had real news coverage the left would win easily. why? well facts have a well known liberal bias.
 
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