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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    Never ceases to amaze me. Even in a thread about a Republican president being interviewed on a right-wing network, the usual retrograde hacks line up to whine about Obama some more.

    You guys won't know what to do when he's gone. You're literally obsessed with him.
    Comparisons of Presidents, and their lives and families are going to be made.

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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    Go sell your garbage to someone who gives a **** about your opinion.
    Uncalled for.

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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by ModerateGOP View Post
    Actually that's a good point. Liberals are always saying that the community and working together and tolerance are all necessary important things. Heck, Obama even started as a community organizer. Though, he shows deep love for his children and Michelle, why doesn't the community organizer, have a close working relationship with his rather large and extended family? Most of the other presidents have close relationships with their extended family, but even Obama's brothers are not privy to his lifestyle.

    I have always felt that was rather odd. He has relatives that are the poorest of the poor. I remember watching an interview with one of them on Fox News, and I swear the guy wasn't wearing any shoes. But that might just be the culture in Kenya. He also has some Uncle or something that runs a liquor store in NYC. His relatives are always humble and when asked questions about Barack, they always say he is too busy to keep in contact with them. Or that he has the important job of running the country. Those may be courted answers however. As I would be mad if one of my relatives never invited me to the White House if they became President. Obama if he cared about those people in his family should be out there parading them around, then after the fact. They should say these things about him. It seems like he just ignores most of his extended family and never even attempts to or try to help them out.

    EDIT: Ok it wasn't no shoes, but it was a shed: Obama's slumdog brother: Meet the hopeless drunk from a Nairobi shanty town who is the U.S. President's BROTHER | Daily Mail Online


    From what I've seen, the job of community organizer is what we call a 'poverty pimp', which holds with my assessment of his character. He is too self centered and thin skinned to be effective at understanding the complex needs of mixed racial community. Even his pledges of unity "it's not about red states or blue states, it's about the United States" sound canned, the closer you listen the more you see the "sincerity" as faked.

    I believe he is too self centered to even have a half brother, in his upbringing he was always the only child of what had to be doting grandparents. I don't think he can share a limelight. He surrounds himself with lesser stars with the exception of Hillary, people who are not inclined to say "Mr. President saying people can keep their plan when we know that they can't might not be a such a brilliant idea..."


    I am confused too at his choice in a wife. It strikes me he would need some off line comfort, a place to retreat to like many powerful men. Instead he seems to have chosen an anger driven woman with vengeance on her mind and equally insecure. I never believed she actually care what other kids had for lunch, but they needed a 'first lady issue' to make her look like Jackie or something. She's something of a war horse with the class and taste of a farm wife while he exhibits a great character and excellent taste, the man's suits and the way they hang on him are to die for.
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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    Barack Obama is "the leader of the liberals"? Since when?
    Yup point out the most partisan thing on this thread and make an issue of it. Either you can talk about the families of Presidents as what this thread is about. Or you are always free to leave.
    There's no greater irony than a Trump supporter pointing out hypocrisy; Unless it's Trump himself.

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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    Barack Obama is "the leader of the liberals"? Since when?
    He's the leader of the Democrat party, and the most left wing POTUS in US history.

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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by ModerateGOP View Post
    Yup point out the most partisan thing on this thread and make an issue of it. Either you can talk about the families of Presidents as what this thread is about. Or you are always free to leave.
    I thought the thread was about George W. Bush's interview with Sean Hannity.
    Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.

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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by ModerateGOP View Post
    Not to make this a partisan issue but I'd just like to point out. It is always the liberals who say conservatives are ignoring the poor. Yet the leader of them also ignores the poor in his own family. I'm an almost positive if Bush found out he had a brother in Australia, he would take him in with open arms and treat him to all the luxury and advantages that comes with the Bush name. I'm not so sure with Clinton and his "illegitimate black child though".
    I agree, in fact I wouldnt even expect him to keep his family living opulently, but if its family, and he's poor I'd do my best to help.

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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    I thought the thread was about George W. Bush's interview with Sean Hannity.
    As stated elsewhere. This is a thread about Presidents and their families. I believe I made that clear when I stated in my OP that both presidents have written books about their fathers.
    There's no greater irony than a Trump supporter pointing out hypocrisy; Unless it's Trump himself.

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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by ModerateGOP View Post
    As stated elsewhere. This is a thread about Presidents and their families. I believe I made that clear when I stated in my OP that both presidents have written books about their fathers.
    This is a breaking news forum. The fact that both presidents have written books about their fathers is not "breaking news."

    But whatever, continue on with the wankfest.
    Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.

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    Re: George Bush Interview- Hannity

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    This is a breaking news forum. The fact that both presidents have written books about their fathers is not "breaking news."

    But whatever, continue on with the wankfest.
    Well DP doesn't have a families section and Bush did just release his book. The Hannity Interview was done on Thursday. So I'd say these things are pretty recent. The book and interview are not partisan. So if you have a better suggestion as to where this topic should go please enlighten us.
    There's no greater irony than a Trump supporter pointing out hypocrisy; Unless it's Trump himself.

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