It seems his idea of 'leading the nation' has often been in direct conflict with his Presidential election campaign. Do you think there are enough people who will ever believe this bumbler enough to get him re-elected?
As Evelyn Lozada from Basketball Wives would say " this is a non- MFing FACTOR!!"
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"Never fear. Him is here" - Captain Chaos (Dom DeLuise), Cannonball Run
Mace Windu: Then our worst fears have been realized. We must move quickly if the Jedi Order is to survive.
Taking socialism and all the socialist engineering claptrap the Libs promote head-on (See http://www.debatepolitics.com/genera...post1059525027 (Socialist Bernie Sanders is a Typical Lib... BUT... Don't Call Libs Socialists!!!)), the failed drivel they foment that defecates on limited government, Liberty, personal responsibility, states rights and The Constitution may be partisan, but that socialist platform is the ruination of many nations, including America... and my word!!! Some of us don't like one iota of it!!!
You may like to drink from the poisoned chalice but others don't. They see who the Libs are and what they seek to do, and they make the case daily why they don't subscribe to it. And some even make fun of the opposition and their idiotic socialist schemes. Your contribution... whining that people should be more like you and your position as political roadkill. You really don't add much beyond being the official Whiner In Chief of DP.
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I think everyone gave Barrack Obama a fair chance when he was first elected President and that is reflected in his initial poll numbers. Now we can see that few, if any of his election promises materialized, often a very good thing, and that he is well out of his depth on every issue.
It's clear the future of the United States is far more important than this one man and that everyone should be more partisan in order to save the country from a clearly incompetent President who will only lend to a very perilous future.
Partisanship on some level is not a problem. When our elected leaders can't stop playing partisan games long enough to do what's right for the nation, that's bad. The buffoons we elected to the legislature here in Minnesota were too worried about two guys doing it in the butt to pass a budget that would get signed. The BS purveyors in the leadership of the US Senate are more interested in playing "gotcha" with the other party to actually sit down and figure out a solution to the budget.