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Aug 6, 2013 04:22:21   #
OPP Newsletter
 
http://nationalinterest.org/commentary/obamas-sloppy-history-problem-8830

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Aug 6, 2013 05:22:09   #
johnnyO Loc: avon ohio
 
He is not from this country,cut him some slack. Lol. The guy is a moron

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Aug 6, 2013 06:52:39   #
snowbear37 Loc: MA.
 
johnnyO wrote:
He is not from this country,cut him some slack. Lol. The guy is a moron


He would have to go back to college for 10 years to be "upgraded" to the level of "moron". Maybe this time, he could actually "attend".

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Aug 6, 2013 09:31:05   #
Mrphilharmonic
 
Why can't Obama make just one speech without using a cliché? He speaks with 'forked tongue'.

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Aug 6, 2013 09:43:00   #
bahmer
 
snowbear37 wrote:
He would have to go back to college for 10 years to be "upgraded" to the level of "moron". Maybe this time, he could actually "attend".


If he did that the choom gang would miss him as well as all of his queer friends in the Chicago bath houses. Besides when you are a narcissist you know everything so it would still be boring for him. Unfortunately there are two reasons a person can be bored in school, one is if the student is so smart and advanced that school becomes boring and the second which includes OIllegal is where the student who is an idiot believes he is to smart and therefore skips school and does drugs thinking he knows it all and turns out to be a complete failure at everything he touches.

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Aug 6, 2013 09:57:26   #
Mrphilharmonic
 
Yes, he speaks like a lower grade college student, always trying to get some popular reaction to the drivel he comes out with, not like a true statesman. You only have to imagine Reagan uttering the same words as Obama to realize what a ridiculous comparison this is and how the media would have persecuted him had he done so. Obama displays no statesmanlike class or true authority in trying to be popular. Talking in his clichés and riddles only casts doubts as to what real agenda he is trying to hide. Only when he lets his guard down (or his teleprompter fails him) does he reveal his true persona, and that is a very scary thing.

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Aug 6, 2013 10:04:04   #
rumitoid
 
OPP Newsletter wrote:
http://nationalinterest.org/commentary/obamas-sloppy-history-problem-8830


The phony scandal of Benghazi was Republicans making up all sorts of stories about the president's direct involvement (such as he was watching it on a real time stream or trying to cover up an arms deal) in the incident. The mistakes made were tragic, not scandalous.

In a diplomatic conversation, this statement about Ming's appreciation for Jefferson may have been made with some understood irony or as looking to build a bridge. And it may have been sloppy history. Bachman's line about the shot heard round the world coming from New Hampshire was unequivocally sloppy history. Were either such enormous big deals as the media has made of them?

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Aug 6, 2013 11:58:17   #
bahmer
 
Mrphilharmonic wrote:
Yes, he speaks like a lower grade college student, always trying to get some popular reaction to the drivel he comes out with, not like a true statesman. You only have to imagine Reagan uttering the same words as Obama to realize what a ridiculous comparison this is and how the media would have persecuted him had he done so. Obama displays no statesmanlike class or true authority in trying to be popular. Talking in his clichés and riddles only casts doubts as to what real agenda he is trying to hide. Only when he lets his guard down (or his teleprompter fails him) does he reveal his true persona, and that is a very scary thing.
Yes, he speaks like a lower grade college student,... (show quote)


More like a drop out college student which I guess by his own admission he was. He kind of dropped in and out of college as he chose. When he does let his guard down and really speaks what is on his mind which has been way to infrequent it is scary indeed. If the state run media had actually vetted him we would not be in this situation today. I honestly believe that had he come out and told the voting public what his real plans were for America he might not have been elected but he might even have been "axed" to leave.

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Aug 6, 2013 12:04:00   #
bahmer
 
Mrphilharmonic wrote:
Yes, he speaks like a lower grade college student, always trying to get some popular reaction to the drivel he comes out with, not like a true statesman. You only have to imagine Reagan uttering the same words as Obama to realize what a ridiculous comparison this is and how the media would have persecuted him had he done so. Obama displays no statesmanlike class or true authority in trying to be popular. Talking in his clichés and riddles only casts doubts as to what real agenda he is trying to hide. Only when he lets his guard down (or his teleprompter fails him) does he reveal his true persona, and that is a very scary thing.
Yes, he speaks like a lower grade college student,... (show quote)


More like a drop out college student which I guess by his own admission he was. He kind of dropped in and out of college as he chose. When he does let his guard down and really speaks what is on his mind which has been way to infrequent it is scary indeed. If the state run media had actually vetted him we would not be in this situation today. I honestly believe that had he come out and told the voting public what his real plans were for America he might not have been elected but he might even have been "axed" to leave.

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Aug 6, 2013 12:18:01   #
oldroy Loc: Western Kansas (No longer in hiding)
 
rumitoid wrote:
The phony scandal of Benghazi was Republicans making up all sorts of stories about the president's direct involvement (such as he was watching it on a real time stream or trying to cover up an arms deal) in the incident. The mistakes made were tragic, not scandalous.

In a diplomatic conversation, this statement about Ming's appreciation for Jefferson may have been made with some understood irony or as looking to build a bridge. And it may have been sloppy history. Bachman's line about the shot heard round the world coming from New Hampshire was unequivocally sloppy history. Were either such enormous big deals as the media has made of them?
color=red The phony scandal of Benghazi was Repub... (show quote)


You call the scandal of Benghazi phony and that Obama wasn't watching it streamed by the circling, unarmed "plane" they did send to the scene. Why wasn't he watching? I think it was because he didn't allow help to be sent and that he had to get a good night's sleep to get rested for the next day's campaign speech. (Gotta raise that money, you know)

Is this the first mention of Ho Chi Minh and Jefferson you have seen? Well, anyway, nice attack of the messenger and failure to address so much of the message. Saul would be proud of you.

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Aug 6, 2013 12:48:59   #
rumitoid
 
oldroy wrote:
You call the scandal of Benghazi phony and that Obama wasn't watching it streamed by the circling, unarmed "plane" they did send to the scene. Why wasn't he watching? I think it was because he didn't allow help to be sent and that he had to get a good night's sleep to get rested for the next day's campaign speech. (Gotta raise that money, you know)

Is this the first mention of Ho Chi Minh and Jefferson you have seen? Well, anyway, nice attack of the messenger and failure to address so much of the message. Saul would be proud of you.
You call the scandal of Benghazi phony and that Ob... (show quote)


LOL is all I really should say to this response but I will say a little more.

1. The accusation of real time viewing has been totally debunked; that is the "phony" part. Do a little research.

2. I heard about the Ming and Jefferson connection in real time: I am 66 and somehow still remember the 60s.

3. Where did I attack the messenger?

4. Is that Saul from the Bible or someone else?

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Aug 7, 2013 07:05:18   #
msbets
 
I thought I heard it was watching it in real time, I will do some research, however I could really care less where it was, maybe it was in a bath house, it hasn't made a good decision ever, and it never intended to do so, it's intentions were unravel our constitution from the getgo.............obviously when this whatever, said " I am going to fundamentally transform the United States of America" doesn't understand English, another one of it's infamous comments was..."If a senior citizen needs an expensive procedure......TAKE A PAIN PILL", just these TWO comments made my blood run cold.

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Aug 7, 2013 08:49:17   #
bahmer
 
msbets wrote:
I thought I heard it was watching it in real time, I will do some research, however I could really care less where it was, maybe it was in a bath house, it hasn't made a good decision ever, and it never intended to do so, it's intentions were unravel our constitution from the getgo.............obviously when this whatever, said " I am going to fundamentally transform the United States of America" doesn't understand English, another one of it's infamous comments was..."If a senior citizen needs an expensive procedure......TAKE A PAIN PILL", just these TWO comments made my blood run cold.
I thought I heard it was watching it in real time,... (show quote)


Those two comments should have made every Americans blood run cold. But the Soros financial fix was in and the state run news organizations were told not to report what they heard but to only report what they were told and they dutifully followed the orders and didn't report these stories like they should have. There should have been so many questions from just two comments that the country would have ended up knowing his Marxist side when they were done and if the media had done their job he would never had been elected in the first place.

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Aug 7, 2013 08:50:45   #
Mrphilharmonic
 
Agree! Agree! That was very lax of them. But then, they KNEW that right? of COURSE they did. This country is going to hell - if we let it!

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Aug 7, 2013 10:19:26   #
Dave Loc: Upstate New York
 
rumitoid wrote:
The phony scandal of Benghazi was Republicans making up all sorts of stories about the president's direct involvement (such as he was watching it on a real time stream or trying to cover up an arms deal) in the incident. The mistakes made were tragic, not scandalous.

In a diplomatic conversation, this statement about Ming's appreciation for Jefferson may have been made with some understood irony or as looking to build a bridge. And it may have been sloppy history. Bachman's line about the shot heard round the world coming from New Hampshire was unequivocally sloppy history. Were either such enormous big deals as the media has made of them?
The phony scandal of Benghazi was Republicans maki... (show quote)


CNN and ABC able to find and interview the FBI's prime suspects regarding Benghazi while the FBI is unable to locate and interview them doesn't suggest a scandal to you? Perhaps you have an alternate explanation.

Linking the name of a giant among the founding fathers to a monster is tongue in cheek to you?

Bachmann was elected only to Congress, and was very much criticized for her historical mis-statement that dishonored nobody - and that is the comparison to a sitting President you'd like to make?

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