Also, it's not bad to simply mention race. I just find it funny that a black guy makes a video bashing Obama, rather incoherently, but conservatives post it three or four times over the course of a few days because for some reason, they think his ideas really just need to be spread around, lol. His points don't make any sense. Nothing to do with race. I've already gotten it in two emails from conservative co-workers and seen it posted on facebook a couple of times, and have seen it posted on these forums a few times. It'd be different if the guy laid out some profound information or had a well thought out explanation of what Obama is doing wrong, but he doesn't. He's just screaming incoherently, which I guess is another reason that conservative tea-partiers love him so much. That's like their favorite past-time.
Seems as though someone ignore his message....In case it is in some foreign speak for you, it was, BALANCE THE BUDGET!!!!!
And there is a part that I am interested in concerning your dismissive post, largely because I have seen the theme over and over coming from libs when they are caught in their destruction. and that is when you said...."It'd be different if the guy laid out some profound information or had a well thought out explanation of what Obama is doing wrong, but he doesn't."
1. Why is it up to any critic to do Obama's job for him? I mean what Obama is doing wrong is elementary, and clear. We have Barry's own words exclaiming how he is going to "fundamentally change the system" not to mention a track record of how he keeps doing things to the economic engine of this country that is analogous to success in a free market system, like when he cut to shareholders of GM out of the picture so he could reward the Union. Not to mention stepping all over contract law to do it.
2. Race was important to the opening post because it is just another example of how steadfast Obama supporters are leaving him. Or at the very least scratching their heads wondering where the hell this MIA, bomb throwing clown is....
3. Obama's message is incoherent. It is more so bent on deflecting responsibility than it is anything of true substance. Filled with platitude, and generalization and vitriolic attack it is as Rick Perry said over the weekend, 'Rutterless'. I think Barry would love to think that Socialistic policies would be the answer to what our problems are, however he is way too gutless to actually enact them, nor does he have the stomach to actually do what it would take to see it through in actually killing the opposition to them. See, you libs do have at least one thing right, and that is that this country's problems were started long before Obama, long before Bush. They were started when this country started creeping away from the principles of freedom that founded this country, and when politicians started thinking, and putting into place those policies and programs that shifted responsibility for ones life away from the person themselves, and onto the collective in the form of government aid.
We need to balance the budget. Everyone knows that. But the problem, right now a slashing of the government budget would simply make our economy even more weak. As much as you like to deny it, the money the government is spending is going towards government employees, construction firms, defense contractors, engineers, the unemployed etc. and those people are using it to buy **** in our economy. All of that spending is going right back into our economy. Pulling a huge portion of it out right now will just make things worse. We need to get over the recession and then cut any unnecessary spending.
I don't think Obama's done a great job. I don't think the stimulus was implemented as well as it could have been, and it maybe just wasn't big enough. I don't like his actions in Libya, I don't like how slow he is taking on the wind down of the wars etc.
But then I think about what would have happened if McCain were elected. No stimulus, just a reduction in taxes. Wouldn't have created nearly as many jobs, wouldn't have saved any jobs. Still would have more soldiers in Iraq and almost as many or more in Afghanistan with no signal of a withdrawal date, no investing in any new green technology, which regardless of how much you disagree, will be the wave in the very near future, and if China and Japan develop it all before us we will just see another couple of decades of falling behind.
I understand not being in love with Obama, I know I'm not, but trying to say that everything would be better if he would just enact some conservative policies is simply false. We have seen what strictly conservative policies give you which is exactly why from day 1 they pushed all of Bush's crap on Obama and revved up the talking points. "He's just blaming Bush" Yea, and what part was he wrong about exactly? He should have to stand by his results, but just mentioning the starting point he was given isn't a bad thing.
This can all be summed up very easily. When I see a conservative point to a specific policy, point out which details are flawed and why, I know I'm speaking with someone who has thought this through and knows what they're talking about. When I hear a conservative talk about how Obama is a socialist, hates this country, wasn't born here, is trying to ruin the economy to turn us into a nanny state, should slash spending, that we should not raise the debt ceiling etc, I know that that person should just be laughed at.
You're right -- it is a statement denoting abject ignorance.It's no guess, no FDR then no USA
The US was never in any danger of invasion by or defeat at the hands of the Japanese or Germans, both of whom had absolutely no intention or capability to do so.
As the desert said to the grain of sandtoday it would be to your advantage to learn instead of just attack.
Your POChevelle is slower, gets worse mileage, can't turn to save its life... and my T/A is a hog/pig?Your 79 trans am was a gas hog and a pig...
My Chevelle got over 17MPG and was never beat on the street, gas was less then a dollar a gallon