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Despite Whangdoodle Barry's plummeting approval rating--37 percent and falling--and his putrid, clumsy handling of the economy and America's foreign policy, white liberals remain on the Obama plantation, unwilling to leave a clearly failed administration.

 

Why do white libs retain a fetish for this Idiot With A Teleprompter?

 

Remember, white liberals are, like children, very emotional.

 

Their unfailing, unequivocal support of Whangdoodle Barry is an inverse type of racism.

 

Unlike conservatives who will support or condemn a minority based on accomplishment, white liberals will elevate an African-American, for example, based only on their skin color, not actual achievement.

 

For white liberals, this is their idea of "good taste."

 

 

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No.

 

We support Obama now for one reason: he is not a Republican. We see that the Republican party has been taken over by its reactionary extreme right wing, although Boehner and an increasing number of real Republicans are now standing up to them. The extreme right is a minority, a tail wagging the dog. The dog is getting really fed up with it and they are in the process, right now, of taking back the party. See, they have this strange desire to win elections.

 

Obama has been a letdown. He is not what we thought he would be. He is still preferable to the Tea Party, which I see as the enemy of the United States, trying to tear us apart, throw out everyone they don't like, and assume absolute power. They will not be allowed to do this. They have gone too far. More and more Republicans are speaking out against them.

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Libloon tells us who real republicans are. They forget who put in all the righties when the house went GOP. The dog is about to be wagged because the righties are going to elect even more GOP to the house. GOP has real shot at taking senate. Libs cannot leave their incompetent because he is black. As oblameo has put it to the blacks with his economic policies he has put it to them with his incompetence. There will not be another black elected to the presidency for a long time. If the GOP takes the senate they are really going to stick it to Dirty Harry and the dems. Oblameo will have no power except for the veto and nothing will be done for the next 3 years unless it is done the GOP way. Hopefully the GOP can cherry pick Oblameo care for the best parts (there are few). Throw the rest out and let oblameo veto it. That will sit well with the people for 2016.

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The more people who are helped by the ACA, the less chance the Republicans have of being elected to anything, because they fought it so hard. That puts you folks in the interesting position of hoping it fails, which translates directly into people not getting insurance. You might not want people to suffer, but it's the only way you can win.

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There are not enough white libs to elect a left winger nationwide.


The more people who are helped by the ACA, the less chance the Republicans have of being elected to anything, because they fought it so hard.

 

 

Well, do you think you will have that 1st person it has actually helped by 2014?

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What good is Obamacare insurance if there is no doctor to see? That's the big part you liber's haven't figured out yet. All Obama has ever said is he wants you to have insurance, never said anything about getting care from a doctor. The other thing is you liber's actually believe Obama gives a rats ass about your health? This is about power and control not healthcare, but I know you stupid liber's have fallen for it hook, line and sinker. Progressives want one world government period, that is Obama's goal. Open your f ing eyes and quit drinking the kool-aid.

 

Obamacare is going to bury you idiots next year!

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No.

 

We support Obama now for one reason: he is not a Republican. We see that the Republican party has been taken over by its reactionary extreme right wing, although Boehner and an increasing number of real Republicans are now standing up to them. The extreme right is a minority, a tail wagging the dog. The dog is getting really fed up with it and they are in the process, right now, of taking back the party. See, they have this strange desire to win elections.

 

Obama has been a letdown. He is not what we thought he would be. He is still preferable to the Tea Party, which I see as the enemy of the United States, trying to tear us apart, throw out everyone they don't like, and assume absolute power. They will not be allowed to do this. They have gone too far. More and more Republicans are speaking out against them.

 

Ma'am, your understanding of the Tea Party belongs in Fantasyland where everything is upside down and ideas are all perverse. The Tea Party isn't the monster you think it is. The Tea Party is primarily interested in reducing government and electing representattives who will fulfill that important objective.

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