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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    Naturally everything good that has happened in the last four years happened by accident, and everything bad that's happened was personally engineered by Obama. Can you get any more ridiculous?
    Yes actually.

    It couldn't be more ridiculous to actually believe that the current President is anything but a Progressive that has on his agenda to make the US more like France, Spain and Italy. That his "fair share" is NOT the beginning of "even more of a fair share". It is ridiculous to think that he will stop with the "ultra wealthy", soon anyone with a job who actually works for a living will be funding one or more people/families that are happy sitting at home all day playing XBox or PS3 on their 50" HD Flatscreen TV eating hotwings paid for with foodstamps while talking on their IPhone4 and contemplating their next tattoo while ignoring their 3 kids.

    It is ridiculous to think that the defense of this country will be safe in the hands of a man who is more concerned with a fundraiser in Vegas than in the lives of 4 Americans.

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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    Quote Originally Posted by BACotner View Post
    Yes actually.
    I'll concede the point -- you did get even more ridiculous.
    "The necessaries of life occasion the great expense of the poor. They find it difficult to get food, and the greater part of their little revenue is spent in getting it. The luxuries and vanities of life occasion the principal expense of the rich, and a magnificent house embellishes and sets off to the best advantage all the other luxuries and vanities which they possess. ... It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion."

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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    I'll concede the point -- you did get even more ridiculous.
    It's all perspective Adam.

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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    Looks like Mitt's boy has a man crush on the President!
    Amazing, isn't it that "your" President waited until the week before the election to start acting like the President? It is going to be a long night for you on Nov. 6 but I really do forgive you for your ignorance in supporting Obama. Far too many buy rhetoric and ignoring substance/actual results and you appear to be in that group. There is no justification to vote for Obama and it does seem that the majority in this country are coming to that conclusion.

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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    Christie, may or may Not be many things to different people, He does however have enough class to respect there is a time for politics and then there is a time for All Americans to come together in time of need.
    Christie did what any good, Gov. would do in regards to his state and Obama, he thanked him for the help'

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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    how did it become so politically incorrect, almost socially forbidden through the ever present threat of automated scorn, to compare one president during his first term to the previous president? and on an issue that contains so much criticism from the GOPers for someone who succeeded so much better than the GOPers last choice? The comparison is of complete and utter relevance.

    Lets get this straight and right once and for all. When The US sends out bullies into the world like Bolton to bully their allies, NONE of them go, "oh wow, the USA just told us our marching orders! We're so full of respect and fear, we'll hop, skip and jump to it!" Only sufferers of extreme hubris and arrogance, a major problem for the fake cowboy rugged individualist GOPers, actually think that. In the REAL world outside the local Texas mall, those allies go, "oh yeah? OH YEAH? **** you man, just **** you." As do the US enemies. And nothing "emboldened" the US enemies as seeing Bush & Co talking loud and tough and then flipping over into the lamest, meekest drivel the minute someone like NK says, "screw you, heres an A bomb." Nothing has ever convinced the rest of the "rogues states" to get their hands on nukes as seeing Bush fold like a house of cards over NK. Bullying accomplishes nothing but setting back all developments up until that moment. Weakest moment in US international political history for many, many years.

    NOBODY fears or respects the USA when Bush sends out loudmouth braggarts and bullies - exactly the opposite happens. Take it from someone who's spent many years living in various western countries outside the USA
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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    I'll concede the point -- you did get even more ridiculous.
    How can any American support a President who violated the very fundamental responsibility of the office which is to defend and protect All Americans from foreign and domestic enemies and in doing so he also violated the basic rule of our military of never "leaving anyone behind?"

    This country is divided and there is only one person on the ballot for the Office of the Presidency that has any chance of uniting it and that is Romney. Obama has shown over the past 4 years how a community organizer operates so now it is time to see how a true leader operates. Just got home from casting my ballot for Romney.

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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    Quote Originally Posted by Panopticon View Post
    how did it become so politically incorrect, almost socially forbidden through the ever present threat of automated scorn, to compare one president to the previous president? and on an issue that contains so much criticism from the GOPers for someone who succeeded so much better than the GOPers last choice? The comparison is of of complete and utter relevance. Lets get this straight and right once and for all. When The US sends out bullies into the world like Bolton to bully their allies, NONE of them goes, "oh wow, the USA just told us our marching orders! We're so full of respect and fear, we'll hop, skip and jump to it!" Only sufferers of extreme hubris and arrogance, a major problem for the fake cowboy rugged individualist GOPers, actually think that. In the REAL world outside the local Texas mall, those allies go, "oh yeah? OH YEAH? **** you man, just **** you." As do the US enemies. Bullying accomplishes nothing but setting back all developments up until that moment. NOBODY fears or respects the USA when Bush sends out loudmouth braggarts and bullies - exactly the opposite happens. Take it from someone who's spent many years living in various western countries outside the USA
    If you truly lived in other parts of the world you obviously didn't learn much as respect is more important than being liked and respect in much of the world comes from strength not appeasement. This President left four Americans behind in Libya to die and that violates his oath of office. He wants to be liked vs. being respected and has no concept of leadership. Much of the world is governed by dictators who control the message and to judge them by your standards simply is being naive.

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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    How can any American support a President who violated the very fundamental responsibility of the office which is to defend and protect All Americans from foreign and domestic enemies and in doing so he also violated the basic rule of our military of never "leaving anyone behind?"

    This country is divided and there is only one person on the ballot for the Office of the Presidency that has any chance of uniting it and that is Romney. Obama has shown over the past 4 years how a community organizer operates so now it is time to see how a true leader operates. Just got home from casting my ballot for Romney.
    You just couldn't let "even more ridiculous" alone, eh?
    "The necessaries of life occasion the great expense of the poor. They find it difficult to get food, and the greater part of their little revenue is spent in getting it. The luxuries and vanities of life occasion the principal expense of the rich, and a magnificent house embellishes and sets off to the best advantage all the other luxuries and vanities which they possess. ... It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion."

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    re: Christie is effusive in his praise for Obama [W:56]

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    You just couldn't let "even more ridiculous" alone, eh?
    Still getting paid by the Obama campaign, eh? How can anyone support this President? Guess money trumps logic and common sense.

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