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President Obama Tells Donald Trump To Stop Whining About Mythical Voter Fraud

"You dont have what it takes to be in this job."

As usual Mr. President tells it exactly as it is..

 

President Barack Obama on Tuesday addressed Donald Trumps warnings about voter fraud. And he did so by making the kind of argument that might actually get under Trumps skin.

 

The president told Trump to stop whining and suggested the GOP nominee lacks the fortitude to be president.

 

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_580655b5e4b0180a36e6939d

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Obama, the most thin-skinned whiner ever to reside at 1600 pennsylvania ave.

You pathetic con traitors spent YEARS trying to "get" to Obama, in the vilest ways possible, so you could screech hysterically about the "angry black man". Obama casually swatted you douchebags away like flies.

So now you just PRETEND it worked. LOLOL.

 

God, you con whores are so pathetic. You are just so FRANTIC to lie your fairyland into reality.

 

Irony escapes him apparently.

 

Honesty, integrity and any shred of honor escape YOU.

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You pathetic con traitors spent YEARS trying to "get" to Obama, in the vilest ways possible, so you could screech hysterically about the "angry black man". Obama never missed s atep.

 

So now you just PRETEND it worked. LOLOL.

 

God, you con whores are so pathetic. You are just so FRANTIC to lie your fairyland into reality.

 

 

 

Irony escapes him apparently.

The words 'angry black man' have never come from my mouth. He was the most inexperienced person to ever be voted POTUS. He has given example after example of how thin=skinned he is.

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"It doesnt really show the kind of leadership and toughness you want in a president,"Obama said. "You start whining before the game is even over? If whenever things are going badly for you, and you lose, you start blaming somebody else? Then you dont have what it takes to be in this job."

 

(BOOM! He should have taken the microphone off the podium, dropped it to his side and walked away after that comment.)

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Can't address your boy being a whiny little bitch about something that virtually doesn't exist. I understand your dilemma.

 

Nothing to address. Your boy is the whiny one. Scores of examples the last 8 years. He has no credibility on the issue of whining.

 

Anyone who does not believe the vast majority of the media is biased and using nearly all of their tools to stop trump is blind and stupid.

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The words 'angry black man' have never come from my mouth.

Firstly, I didn't say they had, and secondly, that's because all you vile assholes' attempt to get that reaction FAILED.

 

He was the most inexperienced person to ever be voted POTUS.

 

What a ridiculous load of con talking point shit. Obama succeeded at everything he ever put his hand to. You sucked Bush's dick all day long, and all he ever had experience with was FAILING at everything his rich daddy set him up in.

 

He has given example after example of how thin=skinned he is.

 

Cite one, you pathetically lying con whore.

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The words 'angry black man' have never come from my mouth. He was the most inexperienced person to ever be voted POTUS. He has given example after example of how thin=skinned he is.

Shall we name off all wild mistakes that have been made by our presidents and how they reflect upon their judgement and wisdom?

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Historically, Obama has actually defended his critics.

what? surely you jest.

 

Obama - "their plan is for dirtier air and water, less people with healthcare'.

 

That obama?

Firstly, I didn't say they had, and secondly, that's because all you vile assholes' attempt to get that reaction FAILED.

 

He was the most inexperienced person to ever be voted POTUS.

 

What a ridiculous load of con talking point shit. Obama succeeded at everything he ever put his hand to. You sucked Bush's dick all day long, and all he ever had experience with was FAILING at everything his rich daddy set him up in.

 

He has given example after example of how thin=skinned he is.

 

Cite one, you pathetically lying con whore.

You are one nasty foul-mouthed little lady aren't ya? Wow!

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Nothing to address. Your boy is the whiny one. Scores of examples the last 8 years.He has no credibility on the issue of whining.

 

LOLOL.

"Obama is thin-skinned!"

"Cite one example."

"He IS! He is he is he IS! Example after example!"

"Cite one example."

"He's done it a lot! SCORES of times! He did, he DID!"

 

ROTFLFMAO.

 

Anyone who does not believe the vast majority of the media is biased and using nearly all of their tools to stop trump is blind and stupid.

 

Yea the entire world. Only you pathologically lying, fact-denying, ignorant, hate-poisoned, deranged and traitorous con douchebags know the REAL truth!

 

LOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Nothing to address. Your boy is the whiny one. Scores of examples the last 8 years. He has no credibility on the issue of whining.

 

Anyone who does not believe the vast majority of the media is biased and using nearly all of their tools to stop trump is blind and stupid.

So then you totally dismiss the FACT of Trump's racism misogyny, xenophobia, carrying on grudges with anyone who criticizes him, and his own admittance of sexually assaulting women has anything to do with reporters calling him out on all this and more?

You think reporters aren't human?

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You are one nasty foul-mouthed little lady aren't ya? Wow!

LOL. Just like your master Trump - when you start to lose at the game you started, you burst into big, weepy, whiny tears about how MEAN your opponent is.

 

No wonder you grovel at his feet. He's as big a whiner as you are.

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LOLOL.

"Obama is thin-skinned!"

"Cite one example."

"He IS! He is he is he IS! Example after example!"

"Cite one example."

"He's done it a lot! SCORES of times! He did, he DID!"

 

ROTFLFMAO.

 

Anyone who does not believe the vast majority of the media is biased and using nearly all of their tools to stop trump is blind and stupid.

 

Yea the entire world. Only you pathologically lying, fact-denying, ignorant, hate-poisoned, deranged and traitorous con douchebags know the REAL truth!

 

LOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jun/30/thin-skinned-obama-rants-against-donald-trump-popu/

 

http://hotair.com/archives/2015/09/23/why-is-it-not-okay-for-obama-to-be-thin-skinned-but-trump-can-all-he-wants/

(yes this one mentions trumps thin-skinned ness as well)

 

http://humanevents.com/2012/01/30/barack-obama-our-thinskinned-president/

 

"

Beneath Barack Obama’s well-cultivated image as a supernaturally cool, calm and collected president lies a very different reality: an irritable, hyper-sensitive and bitter man who’s quick to attack those who question him or his agenda.

Last Wednesday Obama flew to Phoenix, Arizona, and was met on the airport tarmac by Governor Jan Brewer. The president and governor had a heated exchange over immigration and her new book, Scorpions for Breakfast, which Brewer later said Obama was “a little disturbed by.”

Parts of Brewer’s book are critical of Obama, and according to Brewer, he told her, “that he didn’t feel that I had treated him cordially.” Obama then quickly walked away upset. Brewer later described Obama as “somewhat thin-skinned and a little tense to say the least.”

Gov. Brewer isn’t the first Republican to note Obama’s hypersensitivity to those who dare disagree with him. Last year, Majority Leader Eric Cantor called Obama “overly sensitive to someone differing with him on policy grounds.”

The same assessment was made by Kansas Senator Pat Roberts after he and other Senate Republicans had a combative meeting with the president last year. “He needs to take a Valium before he comes in and talks to Republicans,” Roberts said. “He’s pretty thin-skinned.”

During the Gulf oil spill, Obama traveled to Louisiana and met with Governor Bobby Jindal. Jindal later said that Obama seemed unconcerned about the spill but expressed frustration with the level of criticism he was receiving, ordering Jindal and another Louisiana officeholder not to go on T.V. to criticize him.

Even mild criticism can apparently bring about harsh retribution. It is rumored that Obama fired General Stanley McChrystal from his post as commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan in part because a McChrystal aide said the general found Obama “not engaged” in a meeting with him.

An expert blame shifter, Obama still regularly places responsibility for our dismal economy on George W. Bush. Last week, in response to Newt Gingrich’s label of “food stamp president,” Obama said incorrectly that eligibility for the federal poverty program increased more under Bush than under his own administration.

In contrast to Bush, who rarely responded to the media’s hateful and libelous campaign against him, Obama is hypersensitive to the scant criticism he receives from the media.

When a Texas reporter was granted a seven-minute interview and asked tough questions about his falling popularity, Obama scolded him. “Let me finish my answers the next time we do an interview, all right?” he said angrily.

“I’ve got one television station that is entirely devoted to attacking my administration,” Obama once complained, referring to Fox News. The White House then embarked on a campaign to convince other media outlets to ignore Fox News, the one station not in the tank for Obama.

There is even a website devoted to monitoring criticism of the president. Attackwatch.com was recently set up “to challenge negative statements about the president made by Republican presidential candidates and conservatives.”

Of course, Obama isn’t above taking cheap shots at his opponents. He does so often and often in venues in which they cannot respond, such as his attack on the Supreme Court’s Citizen’s United decision in the 2010 State of the Union address.

On the 2008 campaign trail, Obama disparaged middle Americans, who he said cling bitterly to guns, religion and xenophobia. But it is Obama who clings most bitterly – to the idea that his socialist agenda should be enacted unquestioningly by Republicans and the public.

Obama’s sees himself as a tough, battle-hardened commander in chief. “I think that by the time you get here, you have to have had a pretty thick skin. If you didn’t, then you probably wouldn’t have gotten here,” Obama told Bill O’Reilly last year.

But until recently, Obama was unaccustomed to hearing real criticism. He grew up in liberal cities and university towns, insulated from those who might have challenged his beliefs and values.

Once he became a U.S. Senator, there was too often little interest in testing or scrutinizing him. Before becoming president, Obama’s four years in the national spotlight were defined by fawning adulation from most of the liberal media and silence from most Republicans.

As the Democratic presidential nominee in 2008, Obama got the kid gloves treatment from John McCain, who prohibited his campaign from scrutinizing Obama’s background or character.

McCain lost in part because he was seen as a hot head who couldn’t be trusted with a spiraling economy and volatile international situation, a view the Obama campaign promoted. Meanwhile, Obama benefited from being portrayed as the cool, calm steady hand who could lead the country through tough times.

This year, many Republican consultants are advising Republicans to focus only on Obama’s policies and to ignore his character and personal life. Obama is personally popular, they say, and any attempts to talk about anything but policy would backfire. But part of the reason why Obama remains personally popular is that Republicans refuse to expose his character flaws.

The idea of Obama as an above-the-fray figure who can unit"

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So then you totally dismiss the FACT of Trump's racism misogyny, xenophobia, carrying on grudges with anyone who criticizes him, and his own admittance of sexually assaulting women has anything to do with reporters calling him out on all this and more?

You think reporters aren't human?

I want to stop HRC from getting into the WH. I do not defend the boorish actions of Trump. With regard to the media, I think they lack perspective and focus on the salacious Trump stuff and ignore the much more serious scandals involving HRC. Many networks are flat out avoiding HRC's email issues etc. Do the math on what is and is not covered.

I remember when he refused to criticize the Tea Party for being racist.

They aren't racist. So 'big' of him.

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http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jun/30/thin-skinned-obama-rants-against-donald-trump-popu/

 

http://hotair.com/archives/2015/09/23/why-is-it-not-okay-for-obama-to-be-thin-skinned-but-trump-can-all-he-wants/

(yes this one mentions trumps thin-skinned ness as well)

 

http://humanevents.com/2012/01/30/barack-obama-our-thinskinned-president/

 

"

Beneath Barack Obamas well-cultivated image as a supernaturally cool, calm and collected president lies a very different reality: an irritable, hyper-sensitive and bitter man whos quick to attack those who question him or his agenda.

Last Wednesday Obama flew to Phoenix, Arizona, and was met on the airport tarmac by Governor Jan Brewer. The president and governor had a heated exchange over immigration and her new book, Scorpions for Breakfast, which Brewer later said Obama was a little disturbed by.

 

 

Parts of Brewers book are critical of Obama, and according to Brewer, he told her, that he didnt feel that I had treated him cordially. Obama then quickly walked away upset. Brewer later described Obama as somewhat thin-skinned and a little tense to say the least.

 

Gov. Brewer isnt the first Republican to note Obamas hypersensitivity to those who dare disagree with him. Last year, Majority Leader Eric Cantor called Obama overly sensitive to someone differing with him on policy grounds.

The same assessment was made by Kansas Senator Pat Roberts after he and other Senate Republicans had a combative meeting with the president last year. He needs to take a Valium before he comes in and talks to Republicans, Roberts said. Hes pretty thin-skinned.

During the Gulf oil spill, Obama traveled to Louisiana and met with Governor Bobby Jindal. Jindal later said that Obama seemed unconcerned about the spill but expressed frustration with the level of criticism he was receiving, ordering Jindal and another Louisiana officeholder not to go on T.V. to criticize him.

Even mild criticism can apparently bring about harsh retribution. It is rumored that Obama fired General Stanley McChrystal from his post as commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan in part because a McChrystal aide said the general found Obama not engaged in a meeting with him.

An expert blame shifter, Obama still regularly places responsibility for our dismal economy on George W. Bush. Last week, in response to Newt Gingrichs label of food stamp president, Obama said incorrectly that eligibility for the federal poverty program increased more under Bush than under his own administration.

In contrast to Bush, who rarely responded to the medias hateful and libelous campaign against him, Obama is hypersensitive to the scant criticism he receives from the media.

When a Texas reporter was granted a seven-minute interview and asked tough questions about his falling popularity, Obama scolded him. Let me finish my answers the next time we do an interview, all right? he said angrily.

Ive got one television station that is entirely devoted to attacking my administration, Obama once complained, referring to Fox News. The White House then embarked on a campaign to convince other media outlets to ignore Fox News, the one station not in the tank for Obama.

There is even a website devoted to monitoring criticism of the president. Attackwatch.com was recently set up to challenge negative statements about the president made by Republican presidential candidates and conservatives.

Of course, Obama isnt above taking cheap shots at his opponents. He does so often and often in venues in which they cannot respond, such as his attack on the Supreme Courts Citizens United decision in the 2010 State of the Union address.

On the 2008 campaign trail, Obama disparaged middle Americans, who he said cling bitterly to guns, religion and xenophobia. But it is Obama who clings most bitterly to the idea that his socialist agenda should be enacted unquestioningly by Republicans and the public.

Obamas sees himself as a tough, battle-hardened commander in chief. I think that by the time you get here, you have to have had a pretty thick skin. If you didnt, then you probably wouldnt have gotten here, Obama told Bill OReilly last year.

But until recently, Obama was unaccustomed to hearing real criticism. He grew up in liberal cities and university towns, insulated from those who might have challenged his beliefs and values.

Once he became a U.S. Senator, there was too often little interest in testing or scrutinizing him. Before becoming president, Obamas four years in the national spotlight were defined by fawning adulation from most of the liberal media and silence from most Republicans.

As the Democratic presidential nominee in 2008, Obama got the kid gloves treatment from John McCain, who prohibited his campaign from scrutinizing Obamas background or character.

McCain lost in part because he was seen as a hot head who couldnt be trusted with a spiraling economy and volatile international situation, a view the Obama campaign promoted. Meanwhile, Obama benefited from being portrayed as the cool, calm steady hand who could lead the country through tough times.

This year, many Republican consultants are advising Republicans to focus only on Obamas policies and to ignore his character and personal life. Obama is personally popular, they say, and any attempts to talk about anything but policy would backfire. But part of the reason why Obama remains personally popular is that Republicans refuse to expose his character flaws.

The idea of Obama as an above-the-fray figure who can unit"

According to a far right web site opinion.

Give it up.

You dopes have been Obama's bitch from day one

So then you totally dismiss the FACT of Trump's racism misogyny, xenophobia, carrying on grudges with anyone who criticizes him, and his own admittance of sexually assaulting women has anything to do with reporters calling him out on all this and more?

You think reporters aren't human?

Superturd too cowardly to be honest.
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President Obama Tells Donald Trump To Stop Whining About Mythical Voter Fraud

"You dont have what it takes to be in this job."

As usual Mr. President tells it exactly as it is..

 

President Barack Obama on Tuesday addressed Donald Trumps warnings about voter fraud. And he did so by making the kind of argument that might actually get under Trumps skin.

 

The president told Trump to stop whining and suggested the GOP nominee lacks the fortitude to be president.

 

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_580655b5e4b0180a36e6939d

we dont have a president so stop lying you nlgger lover

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