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    Republican No Bash Thread

    Started by Kathryn (Admin) at 2008/09/08 07:08AM
    Latest post: 2014/07/13 12:58PM, Views: 1199141, Replies: 7229
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    #6661   2012/10/04 02:42PM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    GiveMeLiberty
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    Gore, that buffoon!

    He blames Obama's sad performance on altitude sickness?

    Lawdy, Gore! Obama has spent how many hours "way up high" on our jet---a mere 5,000 feet for a couple of hours should be no problemo...

    #6662   2012/10/05 11:37AM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    Coastie
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    humanevents.com - If bringing the unemployment rate back to the 7.8 percent (with fewer people working at lousier jobs) is what a stimulus plan, three rounds of quantitative easing and endless spending gets us, this Presidency can be safely categorized as one of the worst investments in history.

    •The 114,000 jobs created in September is below the average created this year, which was 146,000.
    •The 114,000 jobs created in September is below the average created last year, which was 153,000.
    •The U-6 unemployment number, which reflects the entire labor situation, was basically unchanged at 14.7 percent.
    •If labor participation was where Obama had inherited it from George W. Bush, the unemployment rate would be closer to 11 percent.
    •Part-time people employment jumped from 582,000 to 8,613,000, the most since October 2011, and the largest one month jump since February 2009.
    •That means the quality of jobs people are finding is dropping.
    •And a comparison: During the Ronald Reagan recovery the country average around 275,000 new jobs a month.
    •A 7.8 percent today ties Bush’s worst unemployment month.
    Although previous job growth revised up by 126,000, job growth in private sector was revised down by 4,000.
    •August 2010: 58.5 percent of working age Americans had jobs. August 2012: 58.3 percent of working age Americans had jobs.
    •38,000 manufacturing jobs lost since August
    •Black unemployment in January 2009: 12.6 percent
    September 2012: 13.4 percent.

    #6663   2012/10/05 06:40PM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    StL Cardinal...
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    Advice to Obama....

    Ice-T: Message to the President: "No weed before the next debate homie...."

    Million-dollar Obama donor Bill Maher likened President Obama to Michael Jackson on Diprivan.

    The New York Times’ Charles Blow wrote that “President Xanax just doesn’t cut it.”

    Politico’s Roger Simon observed that the president “looked like someone had slipped him an Ambien.”

    #6664   2012/10/05 06:50PM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    StL Cardinal...
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    Mark Levin, Chuck Woolery offer to buy Sesame Street if PBS defunded

    ----->>>Great Conservatives will save Big Bird!!!

    //twitchy.com/2012/10/04/mark-levin-chuck-
    woolery-offer-to-buy-sesame-street-if-pbs-defunded/


    Looks like Big Bird’s job will be totally secure if President Romney stops funding PBS. He’ll have a high-paying new gig working for Mark Levin, who said on Facebook and Twitter that he would personally put together an investment group to buy Sesame Street if PBS goes down.

    We at Twitchy think this would be a fantastic idea. Not only would Mark Levin be rolling in cash, but Sesame Street itself would be vastly improved by the infusion of conservative ideas. Oscar could finally open up a business and move out of the trash can. There could be entire episodes where Count introduces kids to capitalism with special guests Art Laffer and Thomas Sowell. Ted Nugent could teach Elmo to hunt, and Sean Hannity could coach Bert and Ernie as they start their own talk show. The possibilities are endless!

    So, here’s hoping that we can tune in next year for the premiere of the newly privatized Sesame Street. Big Bird may have trouble adjusting to life outside the government sector, but we’re sure he’ll adjust.

    #6665   2012/10/05 08:50PM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    GiveMeLiberty
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    Quote StL Cardinal Fan: Mark Levin, Chuck Woolery offer to buy Sesame Street if PBS defunded

    ----->>>Great Conservatives will save Big Bird!!!

    //twitchy.com/2012/10/04/mark-levin-chuck-
    woolery-offer-to-buy-sesame-street-if-pbs-defunded/


    Looks like Big Bird’s job will be totally secure if President Romney stops funding PBS. He’ll have a high-paying new gig working for Mark Levin, who said on Facebook and Twitter that he would personally put together an investment group to buy Sesame Street if PBS goes down.

    We at Twitchy think this would be a fantastic idea. Not only would Mark Levin be rolling in cash, but Sesame Street itself would be vastly improved by the infusion of conservative ideas. Oscar could finally open up a business and move out of the trash can. There could be entire episodes where Count introduces kids to capitalism with special guests Art Laffer and Thomas Sowell. Ted Nugent could teach Elmo to hunt, and Sean Hannity could coach Bert and Ernie as they start their own talk show. The possibilities are endless!

    So, here’s hoping that we can tune in next year for the premiere of the newly privatized Sesame Street. Big Bird may have trouble adjusting to life outside the government sector, but we’re sure he’ll adjust.


    Why does anybody need to buy this multi-million enterprise?

    Why the heck does this show need public funding? Our tax dollars? Why am I paying for this, when you cannot turn around in a store and not come face-to-face with stary-eyed (NOT starry-eyed) Muppets? With a large price on their heads? Wanting MY money yet again?

    Where has the money been going all these years? Sesame Street could have paved PBS' streets in gold a long time ago.

    Big Bird is Obama on steroids....or is it the other way around?

    Big Bird must be one of the 1%----pay up, dude.

    Modified 1 times(s), last time at: 2012/10/05 08:53PM
    #6666   2012/10/06 06:31PM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    StL Cardinal...
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    How the Liberal Media Ruined Obama

    ---->>>>Another great summary of Obummers poor debate performance!!

    //www.americanthinker.com/2012/10/how_the_liberal_media_ruined_obama.html

    It's not an "Incumbent Curse," as MSNBC would call Obama's performance at Wednesday's first presidential debate. It was not Obama's fear of coming across as the angry black man, as Michael Eric Dyson surmised, that prevented Obama from driving a strong debate on the issues with Mitt Romney. And it was not that Mitt Romney has been practicing since June for the debates, per David Axelrod's analysis. Nor was it a question of Obama losing the debate stylistically rather than substantively. And certainly it was not that Mitt Romney was untruthful, thereby catching Obama off-guard. The fact is that this Obama we saw Wednesday night and have endured for the last four years is a product of our liberal leftist media.

    Obama was not ready Wednesday, he has never been ready, and he will never be ready to be the leader this country needs, for he is the first president to have never been vetted.

    My own mother observed that "it's the media's fault that Obama lost the debate. Watching the debate reminded me of a child set out on his own after being raised by parents who failed to teach him responsibility and accountability and let the child think that he was above being corrected or disciplined. This was the time that Chris Matthews could not jump in and tell the people what Obama meant to say." Indeed, Obama has been brought up by an adoring and overindulgent liberal media who have coddled him for the last eight years on everything from his appearance to Jeremiah Wright, Tony Rezko, and his caught-on-a-live-microphone secret handshake with Russian President Medvedev, where he promised that he will have "more flexibility after the election" to work with the Russians on missile defense. Additionally, we have the age-old public displays of media affection, including Dave Brooks' awe over the crease in Obama's pants and the "thrill up" Chris Matthews' leg. With a sycophantic media like this, who needs accountability?

    Until Univision took Obama to task over his promise on immigration, Americans had rarely seen President Obama being held accountable by the media to match his word with his record. An unsteady, flustered, and out-of-gas Obama was bewildered as to how Univision's Jorge Ramos could have missed the "how to conduct an interview with President Obama" memo.

    Wednesday's presidential debate revealed the same tight-lipped, flustered president -- unprepared for Jim Lehrer's reluctance to intervene and stop Romney from daring to question and attack his record.

    This is not Romney's fault. It isn't even Obama's fault. It is the fault of America's leftist liberal media who have continually misled Obama into thinking he would never have to answer to his record.

    And so the media is quickly back on task, as David Axelrod so aptly conveyed to CNN's Candy Crowley, saying, "I know you and others are going to be following this tomorrow and so are the American people." In other words, clean up this mess. Only the mess is Obama's record, and the media is right to cry. Americans' eyes are opening. They are no longer buying into the notion of hope, because hope now has a record: a record unemployment rate, a record thirty-two percent of Americans on food stamps, and record-high gas and commodities prices. Republicans have a candidate -- as evidenced by the debate -- who is not afraid to confront Obama on his record and who, most importantly, has the courage to run on his own good record and experience rather than good wishes.

    This time is different. In 2008, the media was able to aid Obama in pulling the wool over America's eyes. This time, the media will not be able to take Obama out of the equation and make every pensive question about him the fault and flaw of the circumstances and people around him. In other words, the media was able to make 2008 race about electing Obama while at the same time never fully vetting or making known very much about him. The media made Hillary Clinton look whiny and weak when asking about the differences in the debate questions. They viciously attacked Sarah Palin, making the race about cults of personality and Saturday Night Live. They painted the Tea Party as bigoted racists who didn't approve of a black president.

    But Obama is the president now, not the candidate, and the media will be unable to convince the millions of unemployed looking for work that their circumstances are just a coincidence in light of Obama's presidency. The media will be unable to mislead the many small business owners who have laid off employees for fear of rising taxes and insurance costs. The media cannot protect Obama against those Americans who have seen firsthand the devastation of Obama's last four years in office.

    The media has given Obama a false sense of entitlement and has so glorified his very presence that what is being witnessed now is the total lack of humility and the unrefined intellect of a spoiled child. Obama simply has not thought through any of his platforms, because he has never needed to. He has never thought through the depths to which insanely expensive ObamaCare devastates the middle class, because he has not needed to. Obama has no answer for investing $90 billion in losers like Solyndra and green jobs, because Obama has not had to answer to anyone in the last eight years -- not as a candidate, and certainly not as president.

    Now the same media who has spent four years coddling Obama is aghast at the dull and dejected child they have created. Chris Matthews and Rachel Maddow want to know what happened to Obama. Where was the real Obama?

    But the real Obama did show up. It was Obama in the flesh, without the benefit of media airbrushing and highlights. The true Obama and his A-game were revealed -- no teleprompter, and no softball questions pitched exactly to the left of the plate, where Obama likes them. Obama was unguarded and unprotected by the media, leaving him to face his kryptonite: accountability.

    Lisa Fritsch is the author of Obama, Tea Parties and God and a national television and radio commentator with appearances on Fox News Channel. www.lisafritsch.com

    #6667   2012/10/07 10:36AM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    StL Cardinal...
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    Obummer Halloween Candy

    --$16 Trillion Dollar Bar

    --Mounds of Debt

    --Czars Bar

    --Payday Bars, 23 Million People won't be getting one

    --Empty Wrapper

    --HeShe Bars

    #6668   2012/10/07 12:30PM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    StL Cardinal...
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    What did Presidents Hoover, Truman, and Eisenhower have in common?

    ---->>>>Just think how many jobs REAL Americans could be working if we had a President with "balls" who would do what Hoover, Truman and Eisenhower did...They are men of honor!

    Back during the great depression, Herbert Hoover ordered the deportation of ALL illegal aliens in order to make jobs available to American citizens that desperately needed work.

    Harry Truman deported over two million illegal aliens after WWII to create jobs for returning veterans.

    In 1954 Dwight Eisenhower deported 13 million Mexicans. The program was called Operation Wetback. It was done so WWII and Korean War veterans would have a better chance at jobs. It took two years, but they deported them!

    Now, if they could deport the illegal aliens back then, they could surely do it today. If you have doubts about the veracity of this information, enter Operation Wetback into your favorite search engine and confirm it for yourself.

    Why, you might ask, can't they do this today? Actually the answer is quite simple. Hoover, Truman, and Eisenhower were men of honor, not untrustworthy politicians looking for votes!

    #6669   2012/10/07 02:06PM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    StL Cardinal...
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    Liberalism: Moochers electing looters to steal from the producers!!

    #6670   2012/10/07 10:16PM
    Re: Republican No Bash Thread
    StL Cardinal...
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    Swing-state stunner: 'Dreams' mailed to 2.7 million
    Election battlegrounds will soon see 'true story' of Obama's radical origins


    ---->>>>This is so great!!!....A real Patriot getting the word out to the uninformed.....

    www.wnd.com/2012/10/swing-state-stunner-dreams-
    mailed-to-2-7-million/?cat_orig=us


    Filmmaker Joel Gilbert has mailed 2.7 million copies of his full-length documentary DVD, “Dreams from My Real Father,” to households in key swing states, with 1.5 million going to Florida, 700,000 to Colorado and 500,000 to Iowa.

    This follows an earlier mailing last month, in which Gilbert sent 1.38 million DVDs of “Dreams from My Real Father” to households in swing state Ohio and an additional 100,000 to New Hampshire and 80,000 to Nevada.

    Gilbert told WND the direct mail program is aimed at bypassing the mainstream media blackout on his film.

    “It’s shocking that in the land of the First Amendment, in the ‘information age’ no less, a state of censorship exists on so many levels in the American media today,” Gilbert said.

    By mailing millions of DVDs to households in swing states, Gilbert aims to get his message heard despite the media blackout: “As long as the major media refuse to cover my film, we are going to continue this publicity campaign by shipping DVDs state-by-state, million-by-million, until the media covers the findings in ‘Dreams from My Real Father.’”

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