Anyone Else See A Disconnect Here?

Barack Hussein Obama:

  • Voted three times to allow a child who survived an abortion to die on a gurney.
  • Allowed the trafficking of guns into the hands of Mexican drug lords via Operation Fast and Furious, knowing they would be utilized in the commission of crimes and murders, sending hundreds of people to their deaths, including U.S. Border Agent Brian Terry.
  • Forced Catholic and other Christian institutions to violate their consciences by attempting to force them to fund birth control and abortifacients.
  • Imprisoned a Marine for speaking his mind on Facebook
  • Shut down hundreds (1000s?) of GM dealerships and put thousands out of work.
  • Prevented tens of thousands of United States workers from finding gainful employment during the worst recession since the Great Depression- by blocking the Keystone Pipeline Project.
  • Is the consummate narcissist, assigning credit to no one but himself, assigning blame to EVERYONE but himself.
Now, can you please tell me again why you think he’s a “nice guy?”

38 thoughts on “Anyone Else See A Disconnect Here?

  1. bloodypenquinstump August 27, 2012 / 9:46 pm

    He never bought a Chinese sweat shop to save money by firing American workers. Not that he is responsible for any of the other crap you threw against the wall there.

    • Cluster August 27, 2012 / 10:13 pm

      Wrong bloody,

      Obama is directly responsible for everything Leo laid out. Will you for once in your life stop being a racist and hold a black man just as accountable as you would any other man? Would that be asking too much?

      • Count d'Haricots August 28, 2012 / 11:25 am

        Actually cluster, Obama didn’t outsource to China, it was India when Supervalu, run by Obama’s “Export Adviser” Matthew Rubel moved to cost the US 150 white collar jobs. but don’t let facts get in stumpy’s way.

    • Leo Pusateri August 27, 2012 / 10:14 pm

      There are none so blind and ignorant as those who refuse to acknowledge the truth. Remind you of anyone, Penguin? If not, try looking in the nearest mirror.

      • Canadian Observer August 28, 2012 / 7:52 am

        Leo, all this Obama bashing is really swell and all that but what really would be great is if you could post a positive thread or two extolling the many virtues of Romney. When he wins the Presidency and moves into the White House, what do you think his first order of business will be? The current occupant, in the minds of true American patriots, seems to have been doing nothing but the devil’s work in his ongoing effort to destroy the country he wasn’t even born in.

        Romney, on the other hand, is determined to ‘take the country back and put it on the right track’. With his stellar record in business and his strict moral code, this should be an easy accomplishment. His platform for restoring America needs to be publicized more than it is being now. Specific solutions that have been put in place to clean up the mess should be clearly emphasized instead of repeating the tired old mantra of ‘lower taxation’ over and over again.

        Romney supporters need to start to seriously buckle down and make every effort to inform the voter that this is the man who has the remedy to cure the country’s ills and then be ready to back that up by providing the naysayers with specifics.

        Look forward, Leo, to seeing more of your threads devoted to Romeny and his vision for America.

      • tiredoflibbs August 28, 2012 / 8:00 am

        CO: …”all this Obama bashing is really swell and all that but what really would be great is if you could post a positive thread or two extolling the many virtues of Romney.”

        Wow CO, what would be really, really great would be for the obAMATEUR to run on the virtues of his record instead of all the Romney bashing.

        But, he cannot run on a positive record that does not exist – bashing is all he has. Sadly, the items Leo has pointed out are all true and irrefutable. What is worse, mindless drone slike you and stumpy can’t see the truth in front of you that is plain as the nose on your face.


      • Cluster August 28, 2012 / 8:03 am


        Consider it done. In fact I have been thinking that very same thing, that it is time to look forward and I think you will also see that in Mitt’s speech on Thurs night. I will draw up a thread on that soon, but in a nutshell, in the first 100 days I think you can expect a repeal of Obamacare and all the taxes that come with it, a serious proposal on tax reform, an invitation to business’s to repatriate their trillion dollar reserves tax free, an approval of the keystone pipeline, a repeal of Frank Dodd, and a clear indication that America is once again open for business.

      • Cluster August 28, 2012 / 10:59 am

        You’re so wise Dave.

      • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 2:48 pm


        in Kanada?

    • tiredoflibbs August 27, 2012 / 10:28 pm

      Uh, stumpy look into obAMATEUR’s deal with GE. You won’t like what you will find.

      GE pays NO TAXES in the US.
      Access to taxpayer money while out-sourcing jobs.

      …. All the while making BILLIONS in profit. ObAMATEUR is doing exactly what you accuse Romney of doing -talk about projection!

      Looks like the crap is sticking pretty good there stumpy. Plus the other ACCURATE FACTS Leo presented are items you are too cowardly to face or inquire about.

      You continue to be the hack and drone that you are…. Pathetic.

  2. bardolf August 27, 2012 / 10:25 pm

    Off topic but curious as to reactions here on B4V wrt a story Malkin has on her blog frontpage

    “For the first time in years you’re likely to see a real floor fight tomorrow over proposed changes to the party rules. The rules committee produced a proposal which takes away the autonomy of state parties and massively increases the power of the central committee and the states are fighting back with a minority report and a wave of protest which is sweeping through the party rank and file. This confrontation transcends ideological lines and is about whether the Republican Party will remain a party run by its members or merely become a tool of special interests.”

    • Leo Pusateri August 27, 2012 / 10:35 pm

      I abhor centralization. Those proposing these amendments are no conservatives, plain and simple. Being a Republican (unfortunately) does not automatically equate to being a conservative. Now- back to topic.

    • GMB August 28, 2012 / 4:56 am

      Mitt is putting liberal repubs on his transition team? Shocking, I say, just shocking.

  3. GMB August 28, 2012 / 4:55 am

    Still no profanity allowed, still no whining about it. Whines are just deleted. Profanity gets a warning first, sometimes. //Moderator

    • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 7:20 am

      funny the left NEVER worries about turning off indys with hate, lies, racism, class warfare and out n out violence………..GOP = wimps.
      if mitt does mcLame redux he is toast AGAIN!!

      • Cluster August 28, 2012 / 7:33 am


        I don’t think you have to worry about Romney. He has proven that he can, and will take the gloves off. And I know you don’t like Christie, but he also doesn’t pull any punches. Tonight’s speech ought to be good.

      • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 7:38 am

        I know mitt can, I pray he does.
        I love Christie when he is used as an attack dog, I do not want him on our national ticket, he is a RINO (except for his NJ mouth)
        I hope they unleash him tonight and he puts the 5lb POS in a 2 lb bag and mails him back to kenya, via the sudan.

    • Cluster August 28, 2012 / 7:21 am

      Sorry but profanity is not allowed and neither is repeating it. //Moderator

    • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 7:34 am

      third party, TEA coming soon.
      that is if we aren’t Somalia by then.

      • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 8:04 am

        DANGER WILL SMITH!!!!!
        why not point THIS out?

        DNC Proceeds With 2-Hour Islamic ‘Jumah’ Prayers After Rejecting Cardinal’s Blessing (And You Won‘t Believe Who’s Invited)

        Grand Imam: “If only Muslims were clever politically, they could take over the United States and replace its constitutional government with a caliphate.”

      • Count d'Haricots August 28, 2012 / 11:15 am

        OT, neo, I believe you mean “DANGER Will Robinson, DANGER”

        But, more to the point, why do we allow libiots to hijack a thread every time the demonstrably horrible record of Obama is pointed out?

        Just once I’d like to see the lefty dung beetles explain why taking all the equity from GM investors and handing it over to Unions was a good idea; firing a private sector employee or imprisoning free speech.

        Just for once pretend they can intellectually defend the Keystone decision or the Billions given to political cronies for “Green Jobs”.

      • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 1:33 pm


        yes will Robinson
        Dr Smith….INDEED!!

    • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 2:47 pm

      Bad Boy, Bad Boy………….whatcha gonna dooooo ?

  4. Retired Spook August 28, 2012 / 12:19 pm

    Speaking of disconnects, has anyone else noticed that a visible segment of Wall Street is concerned that Romney may end the Obama/Bernanke gravy train? Some of the headlines at MarketWatch this morning are very illustrative:

    Mitt Romney as ‘Mr. Fix-it’

    Election result in November may well boil down to whether voters believe a Bain Capital–style turnaround is what the U.S. economy needs.

    Romney not winning with his economic expertise

    Darrell Delamaide says Republicans are not sure experience is a winner. So they’ll try likability.

    Rex Nutting sees Republicans backpedaling

    Irwin Kellner: Economy’s woe rooted in politics

    Kellner is his usual waffling self, making and then rebutting his own points:

    What is more, too much money coursing through the economy can eventually lead to a pickup in the rate of inflation. Therefore, we don’t need QE3 or any other loosening of monetary policy.

    What about fiscal policy, you might ask. After all, the emphasis on deficit reduction instead of on job creation is not exactly the prescription most serious economists would recommend to strengthen our fragile economy. Neither is trying to tighten fiscal policy when it should really be loosened.

    However, the size of the budget deficit currently being run by the government suggests that there is no lack of stimulus from this sector. Thus this is not the reason for sluggish growth and high unemployment.

    There are several other possibilities. One is a series of vicious cycles, or Catch-22s.

    For example, business won’t hire because applicants lack the requisite skills, yet they don’t want to train prospective workers because they fear losing them. And consumers are unable to spend until their net worth recovers, but if people don’t spend, business won’t hire, making it difficult for households to straighten their finances.

    In addition, the depressed housing market makes it problematic for people to take jobs in another part of the country.

    Overseas developments could be playing a role. Europe’s recession is no doubt affecting many exporters, stateside. The strains on the euro are also a factor.

    Notwithstanding all these issues, I think the main thing that’s wrong with our economy is partisan politics.

    Don’t take my word for it — polls show that Congress has a record-low 5% approval rating. This is less than telemarketers and way below used car salesmen. It is the least productive Congress in over 60 years.

    This traces to an inability of both parties to compromise. As far as both sides are concerned, it’s my way or the highway.

    As a consequence, two distinctly different views on taxes, spending and the role of government, combined with a close race for the presidency, has led to widespread fears of the unknown.

    Business people don’t know what to plan for in the way of taxes, health care, and government contracts, to name the top three worries. The spillback effect is what is harming our economy.

    All this could have been avoided if the parties had sought common ground and worked together for the common good. Dare I even say compromise?

    That said, what will it take to jolt the pols into cooperating? Why the elections, of course, so don’t forget to vote.

    I would ask Dr. Kellner, when you have “two distinctly different views on taxes, spending and the role of government”, just how do you compromise? Where is the “common ground”? Perhaps one of our Lefties would like to take a stab at that.

    • Cluster August 28, 2012 / 12:39 pm

      These three are definitely liberal generated headlines.

      Romney not winning with his economic expertise

      Darrell Delamaide says Republicans are not sure experience is a winner. So they’ll try likability.

      Rex Nutting sees Republicans backpedaling

      • J. R. Babcock August 28, 2012 / 12:54 pm

        The truth is, a large segment of the financial sector is in the pockets of Democrats — and vice versa. I love the second one — screw experience, it’s likability that’s going to solve our problems.

      • Cluster August 28, 2012 / 12:58 pm

        It’s the TMZ approach to politics that liberals are now engaged in. Obama just gave an interview to Vogue for crying out loud. It’s embarrassing.

    • Mark Edward Noonan August 28, 2012 / 12:54 pm

      In general the MSM will be carrying out what I believe is an Obama/DNC dictated theme: The GOP is in disarray and Romney’s not going to win because he can’t work with those racists in the TEA Party. This is in hopes of getting Romney and other GOPers to talk in terms of “we can get the TEA Party on board” in hopes that real divisions will emerge thus lowering GOP turnout on November 6th. You see, I expect a massive GOP turnout on election day – higher in percentage of total voters than any time since the 1920’s…I believe that Obama and his Democrats know this, so their primary desire right now is to dampen that down.

      • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 1:31 pm

        I have talked to at least ten people who voted for the POS who now are going to vote for Romney.
        I smell burned toast al Ubama this fall.

    • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 1:21 pm

      Ooh Rah……..the Boys step up to slam the kenyan, muslim

      Scathing New SEAL Ad Blasts Obama for Literally ‘Bowing’ to Foreign Leaders

      “I didn’t fight 23 years as a Navy SEAL to watch America bow to anybody.”

      AAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamen BROTHER!!!!

      • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 1:41 pm

        this seal should be on Romneys podium

        Id post the one of al Ubama refusing to salute the flag but the moderator would only sensor it. 🙂

      • neocon1 August 28, 2012 / 1:54 pm

        RUT RO………


        By Clash Daily / 22 August 2012

        Bishop E.W. Jackson is making a war cry: “Let God’s people go!”

        Jackson, a Marine Corps veteran, graduate of Harvard Law School and adjunct professor of law, is echoing the words of Moses in a campaign to persuade Christians of all races that the time has come for a wholesale exodus of Christians from the Democrat Party.

        NOTE to GOP
        we dont have to recruit minorities, if we build a clean, moral, constitutional party….THEY WILL COME!!

      • J. R. Babcock August 28, 2012 / 2:02 pm

        NOTE to GOP
        we dont have to recruit minorities, if we build a clean, moral, constitutional party….THEY WILL COME!!

        To quote your previous post: AAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamen BROTHER!!!!

  5. Cluster August 28, 2012 / 3:38 pm

    Here’s Marco Rubio:

    “The second thing I hope people understand is that this election, at the end of the day, is not just a choice between a Republican and a Democrat. It’s a choice between what kind of country we want to have. It’s a choice about what should government’s role be in our country, and two very different views of that.

    “Barack Obama thinks prosperity is created when the government spends money and we believe, because of our history, that the way prosperity is created is when people take their own money and invest it in starting a new business or growing an existing one, and the job of government is to encourage them to do that and to make it easier for them to do that. That’s a big debate and that’s what we’re going to be having this campaign.”


    Read more on NMX: Rubio Says Obama Misusing Illegals to Win
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    • Jeremiah August 30, 2012 / 1:25 am

      Very good, yes, very good!!!

  6. Jeremiah August 28, 2012 / 9:20 pm

    Great post, Mr. Pusateri. Great post!!!!!!!!

    Those are some good links to show for proof of Obummers evil nature and incapability to lead a nation such as the United States of America the great nation on the face of the blue green earth.

    While your post shows the many faults of the “commander-in-chief” Obummer, it also shows us something of greater importance…

    …that you cannot compromise with Satan, because Satan will not compromise…Satan and his evil minions are out to take all, with no hint of compromise.
    It would be silly of even thinking about compromising with those on the left. Because we put all of the United States in jeopardy.

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