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Posted on 11/15/2012 3:11:11 PM PST by Arthurio
November 15, 2012
Romney and McCain slam Obama
As President Obama spent his first post-election press conference saying that he wanted to reach across the aisle to work with Republicans, he found himself debating two former GOP presidential contenders: Mitt Romney, who blamed his defeat in part on Obamas gifts to supporters, and Sen. John McCain, who pledged to block a possible nomination of Susan Rice as secretary of state. NBCs Chuck Todd reports.
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The big winner of this election: the Mainstream Media.
They kicked our butts, and they aren’t letting up.
Chuckie Todd and his ilk would have made even Goebbels blush with shame.
I don’t like either Romney or McCain, although of course I voted for both of them in the general elections.
But I really will support them wholeheartedly if they decide to offer some resistance now that they are not in the running for election.
As I keep posting, “Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose.” If you leave it all behind or have it taken from you, then at that moment all your principles become clear.
And I hope both McCain and Romney are having one of these moments.
Seems like Obama is acting strange, why isn’t he happy? Didn’t he just win an election? Thought he would be feeling pretty good about right now. Obama acts like he cheated, he sure isn’t acting all happy and upbeat. Obama is acting weird. Like he has a score to settle, strange for someone who just “won.”
Could this become any worse. 5, 4 3, 2, 1 McCain retracts. McCain is so late on this (but keep it up, don't let up!). The party is in free-fall.
Entitlement. The feeling that he's "owed" something that he's not getting.
Romney needs to just leave.
A failed single term as a left wing governor of Massachusetts and losing to McCain, Huckabee, and ‘Jimmy Carter the second’, should not give someone a position as a republican voice.
Suan Rice as Secretary of State doesn’t frighten me too much.
There is no way in hell she could be any worse than Hillary Clinton
The frightening thing is John F’in Kerry the treasonous coward as Secretary of Defense. Jane Fonda’s butt boy defending our country is frightening.
Kerry who tried to work a deal with the Viet Cong in Paris
Kerry who murdered a wounded Viet Cong boy and who accused our men in the military of outrages as bad as Ghenghis Khan, to be in charge of these men he blasphemed?
Kerry the coward who used 3 band aid wounds to be sent home.
This country with Kerry as Sec. of Defense is defenseless.
Hey, Johnny, too bad you didn’t slam obama in the debates back in 2008 instead of just standing there grinning.
I guess that “across the aisle” stuff didn’t work out too well?
Can't say more than that.
Too little and way too late.
1) Only the POTUS can authorize a CBA (cross border authority) command for a rescue mission in a foreign nation.
Plus Fact Two:
2) No rescue mission was attempted.
Equals Fact Three:
3) 0bama turned his back on 41 State Dept. and CIA employees refusing to issue a CBA command and went to bed so he could go to Las Vegas the next day.
I think he’s PO’d that he has to play pResident, again, for four more years. I think he was looking forward to Mooch, the girls and his MIL taking off to Hawaii and him spending as much time goofing off as he wanted. Their fraud plan worked, and now he has to, too.
To me , he looked surprised as Hell on Wednesday the day after the election. I don’t think he wanted to win nor do I think he thought he would
Given possible widespread voter fraud by Democrats to reelect Obama, why didn’t Romney take the issue to the Supreme Court like Bush43 and Gore did concerning irregularities in Florida’s vote count in 2000?
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