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    Is Obama a lame duck?

    Is Obama a lame duck?

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    Re: Is Obama a lame duck?

    Depends on what definition you use.

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    Re: Is Obama a lame duck?

    Yes, but I was saying that who ever was elected in 2008 was going to be a one term president.
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    Re: Is Obama a lame duck?

    No, don't insult the ducks by comparing them to Obama
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    Re: Is Obama a lame duck?

    That depends on the reception of the Republican House of Representatives and who the party selects as their candidate.
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    Re: Is Obama a lame duck?

    Obama is not a lame duck. The Republicans in Congress are a long, long way away from being able to over-ride him, and they're a long, long way from working with the Democrats.
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    Just for reference, means my post was a giant steaming pile of sarcasm.

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    Re: Is Obama a lame duck?

    I know they meant well, but they just illustrated Obama is as lame as lame can be.

    Opinion | One and done: To be a great president, Obama should not seek reelection in 2012

    They contend Obama would have some leverage if he didn't run in 2012. He'd have even less.
    The guy is at the mercy of the House GOP, and Senate Dems know it. It will be interesting to see if they stick together or if there will be a fracture, as a ton are up for re-election, and their only hope is to move to the right and go against an unpopular president.

    If a fracture emerges (thinking it will save their hides)... even a handful, Obama loses. If they stick together they lose. Either way they lose, and Obama loses. In the former... Americans win, in the latter, we win later on.

    They think he can still be great. That train left the station long, long ago. There is no hope for that. None. The damage is done, and he is in the history books for a historic ass whoop'in of his own making.

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    Re: Is Obama a lame duck?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    Yes, but I was saying that who ever was elected in 2008 was going to be a one term president.
    I agree. I believe that Obama has his sights set on a global position beyond the USA. Quite frankly, I find him almost bored with being President of the USA. His remark about preferring to be a good one-term president was telling beyond the usual smack against GWB.

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    Re: Is Obama a lame duck?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dulcinea View Post
    I agree. I believe that Obama has his sights set on a global position beyond the USA. Quite frankly, I find him almost bored with being President of the USA. His remark about preferring to be a good one-term president was telling beyond the usual smack against GWB.
    After his term as president of Amerika, he'd be the ideal Secretary-General of the UN. He'd feel right at home leading that anti-American body.

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    Re: Is Obama a lame duck?

    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalEvilDan View Post
    Obama is not a lame duck. The Republicans in Congress are a long, long way away from being able to over-ride him, and they're a long, long way from working with the Democrats.
    According go the Democrats, when you win an election, the other side has to ride in the back.

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