djkutch: cc_rider: veale728: SkinnyHead: The House is doing its job. They're representing the people. They were elected by the same voters that elected Obama. If Obama expects to govern, he's got to put aside his arrogance and work with the People's House. (I don't know what your reference to rape is supposed to mean)Have you been living under a bridge the last couple years?[i28.photobucket.com image 500x500]Skinnyhead fascinates me. The House represents the people. Obama elected, by the nation's people, doesn't appear to represent anyone but himself. If he isn't trolling, and is for real, I wonder what color the sky is in his world.
SkinnyHead: Unemployment rate was lower under Bush.
Uranus Is Huge!: Did subby mean 'plurality of Americans' when he said 'Obama's fanboys'?
Mercutio74: djkutch: Skinnyhead fascinates me.Careful, one of my comments was sent to a FEMA indoctrination center because I referenced Him and the genesis of his name.
djkutch: Skinnyhead fascinates me.
Silly Jesus: cryinoutloud: I don't think any of us are expecting too much. But shhhh, we don't want to destroy the myth of "Obamessiah." It's the only thing the losers have left--the belief that we all thought Obama was our savior, and he didn't deliver. It's the only way they can keep convincing themselves that somehow they won."Obama gonna take care ah all my bills!"
SkinnyHead: Lionel Mandrake: Imagine how miserable people would be with a Republican in office.Remember the GW Bush years? They call those the good old days.
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