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2013-08-26 06:27:39 PM  

Aristocles: sno man: Brick-House: and as for the GOP opposing breathing if the President came out in favor of respiration. Perhaps that says more about BOB's lack of leadership that anything else. Sorry, but BOB's blindness to everything except his socialists agenda is what is keeping this economy in the toilet. Speaking of which...

I should know better than to ask this of a guy that thinks the current President is a Marxist, so lets just consider this a rhetorical question.
Could you give a few examples of the socialists agenda of which you speak?  Keeping in mind that actual Socialism is about two jumps to the left of what we generally do in Canada, and that even your Democrats are typically to our right.

This one's too easy.

1) Government Motors
2) ObamaCare
3) Spread the wealth around


Aw that's cute, Arrow and BH ignore facts and troll together.
 
2013-08-26 06:31:58 PM  

Zeppelininthesky: Aristocles: ManateeGag: Aristocles: 1) So you don't think Obama and the democrats have anything to do with political stalemate?

of course, they should just the Republicans everything they want.  if they were just reasonable and did everything they were told, there wouldn't be any problems.

No, they should work in good faith with Republicans who want nothing but to help put this Country back on it's feet again.

Obama and the democrats drove this country off a cliff! And now they want the keys back?!

Oh wait, your're serious. Let me laugh harder.

Please show me exactly what Obama and the Democrats did to drive this country off a cliff?


First, that was a play on the inane talking point the democrats used against McCain.
Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.
 
2013-08-26 06:34:22 PM  

Aristocles: Oh, to be sure, it was too soon. President Obama nearly perfected acting the part of president and there's no doubt he inspired many voters. Yet he seemed not to have even tried to actually participate in government, for example, all we know is that he was "present" during his tenure as state senator. He didn't make much of an impact as U.S. Senator, either, typically he just toed the party line. Before being elected President, Obama hadn't made much of an impact at all, but boy could he move a crowd.


http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2010/feb/08/sarah -p alin/palin-says-obama-voted-present-us-senate-very-ofte/

Obama acknowledged voting "present" -- a vote similar in its effect to "abstain" -- 129 times during his eight-year state Senate tenure, according to a Boston Globe fact-check at the time. The Globe said that Obama cast about 4,000 votes as an Illinois legislator, meaning that he voted "present" in about one of every 31 votes he took. The New York Times reported that the records show at least 36 occasions in which Obama was either the only state senator to vote present or was part of a group of six or fewer to vote that way.
 
2013-08-26 06:35:48 PM  

Aristocles: Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.


Really? I would have thought it was the economic crash of 2008.
 
2013-08-26 06:43:54 PM  

Halli: Aristocles: Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.

Really? I would have thought it was the economic crash of 2008.


Exactly right. And a driving factor behind that crash was business and job creators not having faith in the demagogy who idealistic college students and the Main Stream Media appointed president.
 
2013-08-26 06:44:38 PM  

Aristocles: Halli: Aristocles: Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.

Really? I would have thought it was the economic crash of 2008.

Exactly right. And a driving factor behind that crash was business and job creators not having faith in the demagogy who idealistic college students and the Main Stream Media appointed president.


Now you are trying way too hard to troll.
 
2013-08-26 06:48:50 PM  

Halli: Aristocles: Halli: Aristocles: Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.

Really? I would have thought it was the economic crash of 2008.

Exactly right. And a driving factor behind that crash was business and job creators not having faith in the demagogy who idealistic college students and the Main Stream Media appointed president.

Now you are trying way too hard to troll.


Just because I'm pointing out the fact that you were duped into voting for a man who's in way over his head, doesn't mean I'm a troll.
 
2013-08-26 06:49:05 PM  

Halli: Aristocles: Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.

Really? I would have thought it was the economic crash of 2008.


No, it's the Great Suppression. The crash was just an excuse for the 1% to take everything that wasn't nailed down, and there wasn't a damn thing you, I, or any government entity could do about it. At least, as long as that government entity was being fed the money that was taken (if it was the mob, the money would've been laundered first.)
 
2013-08-26 06:50:35 PM  

IlGreven: Great Suppression.


www.lolwut.com
 
2013-08-26 06:52:12 PM  

Aristocles: Halli: Aristocles: Halli: Aristocles: Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.

Really? I would have thought it was the economic crash of 2008.

Exactly right. And a driving factor behind that crash was business and job creators not having faith in the demagogy who idealistic college students and the Main Stream Media appointed president.

Now you are trying way too hard to troll.

Just because I'm pointing out the fact that you were duped into voting for a man who's in way over his head, doesn't mean I'm a troll.


Heh you have to be more subtle in the future. This is just amateur hour.
 
2013-08-26 06:57:11 PM  

Aristocles: Halli: Aristocles: Halli: Aristocles: Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.

Really? I would have thought it was the economic crash of 2008.

Exactly right. And a driving factor behind that crash was business and job creators not having faith in the demagogy who idealistic college students and the Main Stream Media appointed president.

Now you are trying way too hard to troll.

Just because I'm pointing out the fact that you were duped into voting for a man who's in way over his head, doesn't mean I'm a troll.


Actually it was the use of the word appointed.  Your first instinct was anointed, crown, or maybe ennoble, wasn't it?
 
2013-08-26 06:58:16 PM  
wanna' know why i know Obama is a move in the right direction?   he mentions the Middle Class all the time.  that Turd george bush jr NEVER mentioned the Middle Class during his 8 years in office.


THAT'S how i know.
 
2013-08-26 06:59:14 PM  

SilentStrider: He's still better than the last guy, so no.


yea, just *a little* better.
 
2013-08-26 07:22:10 PM  

nekom: Not even close.


The imbecile Obama is the worst President and the worst American in history.
 
2013-08-26 07:34:48 PM  

armoredbulldozer: nekom: Not even close.

The imbecile Obama is the worst President and the worst American in history.




Why do you even bother posting on fark?
 
2013-08-26 07:39:50 PM  

armoredbulldozer: nekom: Not even close.

The imbecile Obama is the worst President and the worst American in history.


Care to share something other than TP bullet points for why that is, Sparky?

And oh come on... no love for Mcveigh, or maybe Ariel Castro? how about Chuck Manson in the worst American category? Really? Obama over those guys?
 
2013-08-26 07:42:48 PM  

sno man: armoredbulldozer: nekom: Not even close.

The imbecile Obama is the worst President and the worst American in history.

Care to share something other than TP bullet points for why that is, Sparky?

And oh come on... no love for Mcveigh, or maybe Ariel Castro? how about Chuck Manson in the worst American category? Really? Obama over those guys?


Although I should give you a point or two for admitting The President is actually American.
 
2013-08-26 07:44:32 PM  

sno man: sno man: armoredbulldozer: nekom: Not even close.

The imbecile Obama is the worst President and the worst American in history.

Care to share something other than TP bullet points for why that is, Sparky?

And oh come on... no love for Mcveigh, or maybe Ariel Castro? how about Chuck Manson in the worst American category? Really? Obama over those guys?

Although I should give you a point or two for admitting The President is actually American.


I think I just heard ABs head explode.
 
2013-08-26 07:45:29 PM  

Heliovdrake: armoredbulldozer: nekom: Not even close.

The imbecile Obama is the worst President and the worst American in history.

Why do you even bother posting on fark?


Because he can.  Because it's still a free-ish country.  Because it drives you to petulant grousing.  There's three good reasons right there for him to be posting on Fark.
 
2013-08-26 08:04:28 PM  

sno man: Aristocles: Halli: Aristocles: Halli: Aristocles: Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.

Really? I would have thought it was the economic crash of 2008.

Exactly right. And a driving factor behind that crash was business and job creators not having faith in the demagogy who idealistic college students and the Main Stream Media appointed president.

Now you are trying way too hard to troll.

Just because I'm pointing out the fact that you were duped into voting for a man who's in way over his head, doesn't mean I'm a troll.

Actually it was the use of the word appointed.  Your first instinct was anointed, crown, or maybe ennoble, wasn't it?


Hannity has a trademark on "the anointed One," so I couldn't use it. But, "appointed" still does the trick via allusion.
 
2013-08-26 08:16:33 PM  

Tyee: Lando Lincoln: He's the worst if we ignore everyone else

pssst..only one of those was even a president.


And your point is...what?
 
2013-08-26 08:22:34 PM  
Aristocles:

No, they should work in good faith with Republicans who want nothing but to help put this Country back on it's feet again.

Obama and the democrats drove this country off a cliff! And now they want the keys back?!


Okay now we KNOW you are just trolling. Too farking obvious that time sucker.
 
2013-08-26 08:56:24 PM  

gaspode: Aristocles:

No, they should work in good faith with Republicans who want nothing but to help put this Country back on it's feet again.

Obama and the democrats drove this country off a cliff! And now they want the keys back?!

Okay now we KNOW you are just trolling. Too farking obvious that time sucker.


Finally just put the trolling little prick on ignore myself.
 
2013-08-26 09:06:55 PM  

Aristocles: Zeppelininthesky: The stalemate is because the Republicans want to defund the ACA, or shut down the government.

whynotboth.jpg


Because it is stupid and unproductive to act like a bunch of children because you hate the president.
 
2013-08-26 09:08:24 PM  

Aristocles: Zeppelininthesky: Aristocles: ManateeGag: Aristocles: 1) So you don't think Obama and the democrats have anything to do with political stalemate?

of course, they should just the Republicans everything they want.  if they were just reasonable and did everything they were told, there wouldn't be any problems.

No, they should work in good faith with Republicans who want nothing but to help put this Country back on it's feet again.

Obama and the democrats drove this country off a cliff! And now they want the keys back?!

Oh wait, your're serious. Let me laugh harder.

Please show me exactly what Obama and the Democrats did to drive this country off a cliff?

First, that was a play on the inane talking point the democrats used against McCain.
Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.


Welcome to 2008.
 
2013-08-26 09:15:24 PM  

Aristocles: Halli: Aristocles: Secondly, as I've already explained, Obama's trial and error policies led to near double digit unemployment, food stamps and welfare are at record levels, job creators don't know what sort of policies they'll be facing from this "punish the rich" president so economic activity is lower than it should be.

Really? I would have thought it was the economic crash of 2008.

Exactly right. And a driving factor behind that crash was business and job creators not having faith in the demagogy who idealistic college students and the Main Stream Media appointed president.


Uh, no. The reason why the economy crashed is because of the housing bubble in 2006.  It was also triggered by a complex interplay of policies that encouraged home ownership, providing easier access to loans for subprime borrowers, overvaluation of bundled sub-prime mortgages based on the theory that housing prices would continue to escalate, questionable trading practices on behalf of both buyers and sellers, compensation structures that prioritize short-term deal flow over long-term value creation, and a lack of adequate capital holdings from banks and insurance companies to back the financial commitments they were making.

These "business creators" don't give a shiat about actually creating jobs. They take the money and then pay other companies to hire people for temporary jobs that pay less than what they would if they hire them full time. They also are the ones that shipped jobs overseas. None of that money is going to the workers. Trickle Down does not work, as shown when we tried it in the 80's. It failed then and it failed now.
 
2013-08-26 10:01:30 PM  
Comparing him to the runner-up... I'd have to say yes.

216.246.143.80
 
2013-08-26 10:11:07 PM  

AndreMA: Comparing him to the runner-up... I'd have to say yes.

[784x919 from http://216.246.143.80/fark/NixBama.jpg image 784x919]


Do we really need all your Facebook spam?
 
2013-08-26 10:17:04 PM  

EvilEgg: But what about Benghazi?


I heard it was a scandal!
 
2013-08-26 10:19:04 PM  

Fart_Machine: AndreMA: Comparing him to the runner-up... I'd have to say yes.

[784x919 from http://216.246.143.80/fark/NixBama.jpg image 784x919]

Do we really need all your Facebook spam?


That's not where it came from.

Do we really need you?
 
2013-08-26 10:38:39 PM  

AndreMA: Comparing him to the runner-up... I'd have to say yes.

[784x919 from http://216.246.143.80/fark/NixBama.jpg image 784x919]


fark's sake. At least make it semi-plausible if you're going to vomit into MS Paint like that.

Obama pushed for Guantanamo's shutdown and Congress refused to fund it, and you can't use it twice in a single list.
Republicans openly state they wish they could impeach him and investigate the crap out of everything, hoping something will stick.

Put in more than a token effort. If I can explain away your bullet points in a single sentence, you're not trolling hard enough.
 
2013-08-26 10:42:34 PM  

AndreMA: Do we really need you?


Of course we do.  Who else would call you out on stupid spam?
 
2013-08-26 10:51:34 PM  

SilentStrider: He's still better than the last guy, so no.


And we're done. My reaction was "he's not even the worst President in the last decade..."
 
2013-08-26 10:56:26 PM  
Not releasing those at GTMO who have been cleared is distinct from denying due process to those who have not been cleared.

Republicans presently have a moderate majority in the House. They might not be able to get about 60 Democrats to go along with them on impeachment, but they could try rather than wasting time with things like doomed attempts to repeal Obamacare, etc.
 
2013-08-26 11:00:41 PM  
No, just bottom five.
 
2013-08-26 11:39:33 PM  

AndreMA: Not releasing those at GTMO who have been cleared is distinct from denying due process to those who have not been cleared.

Republicans presently have a moderate majority in the House. They might not be able to get about 60 Democrats to go along with them on impeachment, but they could try rather than wasting time with things like doomed attempts to repeal Obamacare, etc.

imageshack.us

 
2013-08-27 12:29:40 AM  
Stupidest, that's for sure. The guy thinks there are 57 states.
 
2013-08-27 12:37:07 AM  

AndreMA: Not releasing those at GTMO who have been cleared is distinct from denying due process to those who have not been cleared.

Republicans presently have a moderate majority in the House. They might not be able to get about 60 Democrats to go along with them on impeachment, but they could try rather than wasting time with things like doomed attempts to repeal Obamacare, etc.


It totally has nothing to do with the Republicans in the House refusing to give any money to actually do these things. Oh, wait...
 
2013-08-27 12:39:20 AM  

AndreMA: Not releasing those at GTMO who have been cleared is distinct from denying due process to those who have not been cleared.

Republicans presently have a moderate majority in the House. They might not be able to get about 60 Democrats to go along with them on impeachment, but they could try rather than wasting time with things like doomed attempts to repeal Obamacare, etc.


I am glad to see you agree that the Republicans are wasting time. Exactly what would they impeach Obama for? My bet would be presidentin' while Democrat.
 
2013-08-27 08:11:18 AM  

SevenizGud: Stupidest, that's for sure. The guy thinks there are 57 states.


Oh come on. Ford couldn't even work stairs.
 
2013-08-27 09:56:22 AM  

AndreMA: Comparing him to the runner-up... I'd have to say yes.

[784x919 from http://216.246.143.80/fark/NixBama.jpg image 784x919]


Now compare him to Bush.
 
2013-08-27 11:36:02 AM  

AndreMA: Comparing him to the runner-up... I'd have to say yes.

[784x919 from http://216.246.143.80/fark/NixBama.jpg image 784x919]


"I want to close Guantanamo Bay."

Reps: "Remember how we've been obstructing everything you want to do because we don't have any helpful ideas? Yeah, this isn't getting past us either. No closing for you. Now time to vote to repeal Obamacare again!"
 
2013-08-27 11:44:34 AM  

Triple Oak: Reps: "Remember how we've been obstructing everything you want to do because we don't have any helpful ideas? Yeah, this isn't getting past us either.


Not that Republicans aren't being obstructionist, but you might want to pick a different poster boy. Lotta Dems fought hard not to let any Gitmo prisoners come stateside. No stateside facility to take gitmo, no closing gitmo.

NIMBY is totally non-partisan.
 
2013-08-27 03:19:52 PM  

Lando Lincoln: AndreMA: Comparing him to the runner-up... I'd have to say yes.

[784x919 from http://216.246.143.80/fark/NixBama.jpg image 784x919]

Now compare him to Bush.


Two peas in a pod.
 
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