Skip to comments.I Agree with What Rubio Said about Obama
Posted on 02/07/2016 7:35:41 AM PST by poconopundit
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The current administration do know exactly what they are doing. Anyone denying that is very, very uninformed and has been living in a bubble. cough, cough.
Thank You, it states exactly what obuma has done to America, and when he first took office he said he was going to hope and change, but now that America has awakened, all of his plans will be taken away...
We have a Candidate that loves America, and we have a Candidate that is American, and has lived the American Dream: “Work hard, do what is good for America, and America will succeed”....this is the platform of America...
MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
I agreed with a few things little bathhouse barry bastard boy said in 2008, too. But I suspect Rubio will bw just like Soetoro if elected. he will serve the oligarchy who place him in power over US.
| Good photo to add!
Let's hope this year we elect a man who will return "smooth sailing" to our ship of state.
| Thank you, Marine!
I served as a naval gunfire officer with the 12th Marines in Kaneohe. Luckily for me, it was peacetime, but I'm proud I served with some of our nation's finest. SEMPER FI !
“Now lazy, I can agree with”
That’s racist! lol
| Glad you liked it, HL27 :-)
I adapted the image from a painting by Richard C. Moore, an acclaimed marine artist.
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USS St. Lo (CVE-63) was a Casablanca-class escort carrier. On 25 October 1944, St. Lo became the first major warship to sink as the result of a kamikaze attack. The attack occurred during the Battle of Leyte Gulf.
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“”He was so willing he said it four times.””
So everyone says - yet all the transcripts say “three” times...That’s all I saw also.
“”And maybe, just maybe......Rubio kept repeating what the real issue is just to drive it home””
YES!!!!! And Trump pretended it wasn’t true - he’s smarter than that - said he was “incompetent”....Nope - too deliberate for that.
Trump has said many times at his rallies that Obama is either incompetent or maybe something else. Alluding to on purpose.
“”he said he was going to hope and change, but now that America has awakened, all of his plans will be taken away...””
No - he said he was going to “fundamentally transform America” - the campaign slogan was HOPE AND CHANGE.
America has awakened? What part of America is that?
“”that Obama is either incompetent or maybe something else.””
I guess we Georgians are the only ones left on the thread..others watching football?
If Trump thinks it’s “something else”, there’s no reason he can’t just blurt it out. Why would he hold back? For sure he’s not bashful!
Not you apparently!!!
|If Trump thinks it's "something else", there's no reason he can't just blurt it out. Why would he hold back?
It's a good question. And I think this is a wise strategy on Trump's part. He's thinking about the Democrat voters he needs to pull in. It's easier to say that Obama is "incompetent" because if you look at the country, a lot of things are not working out well, so people will tend to believe that's the cause of the problem. So it gives your opponent the benefit of doubt about their true motives.
Rubio is in a different situation. He needs to take a risk because he's behind the eight-ball. But if he does happen to win a primary or two, he'll probably back off his hardline comments.
Obama voters are going to push back strong if a Republican says Obama is trying to bring the "evil colonial imperialist" America down. Many conservatives believe that's what's happening, but voters who are vested in Obama will have a hard time swallowing that.
So where are we right now? We're at a tipping point. Maybe 40% of the voters are bought and paid for with all the free handouts. The Kardashian/ObamaPhone alliance will vote for whoever has a "D" next to their name because it means, "I get more free stuff without working for it."
Neither Trump -- nor any Republican -- will get those votes. So Trump is hoping to attract the working middle class Democrat and Independent voters in key states like Ohio, Penn, Florida, and Michigan. That's where the election will be won or lost.
Trump aims to win over those voters, so that means you back off a bit from saying what I said in this column.
All good points and probably correct. Just can’t get inside the head of any obozo supporter - thank goodness. Wouldn’t want to be them! Like the saying - being stupid is no way to go through life...
And Albright thinks if we don’t support Hillary, we women will all go to hell or at least deserve to??? Always knew she wasn’t “all bright”!!! Men have been the “root of all evil” since the sixties but Hillary hasn’t minded riding on a man’s shirttails all these years, has she?
|...Men have been the "root of all evil" since the sixties but Hillary hasn't minded riding on a man's shirttails all these years, has she?...
Yes, you're right. But Albright and Hillary are the exceptions to the rule. A woman is generally always right, especially if she is your wife :- ) I shutter to think of where I'd be today were it not for a good woman keeping me in check.
“”I shudder to think of where I’d be today were it not for a good woman keeping me in check””
If truth be known, all men would ‘fess up to this. I know few marriages where men are REALLY, REALLY in charge and that’s not to be taken negatively...we women just have more stamina, less emotion, ability to see what needs to be done and plow into it...we don’t sit and grumble. Of course, I’m speaking from experience but don’t tell my husband. I’m safe - he doesn’t use the computer. He’s not well and it’s a good thing I have the experience of seeing and knowing how to get things done in spite of it always being him in the past that shouldered the responsibilities. Have to admit at times it feels strange..
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