Obama’s Gotta Go



75 thoughts on “Obama’s Gotta Go

  1. Jeremiah September 6, 2012 / 4:05 am

    Had enough is right!

    The best part of that one is him and Biden in in the striped suits. lol, rotfl. That would be wonderful.

  2. GMB September 6, 2012 / 7:31 am

    Lets see here. Hillary is a zillion miles from the donkrat convention. Bill gave a speech more appropriate for a small town Rotary Club, and collectivist partisans have already started the impeach Mitt movement.

    “Obama must go” Half way there?

  3. freethinker September 6, 2012 / 9:15 am

    What speech by former President Bill Clinton!! Beautiful! The GOP only wishes they had someone like him in its party who could rally the crowd – and tell the crowd is very understandable language what to Romney/Ryan ticket is really all about. As Bill said, it is arithmetic! Really GMB – a speech more appropriate for a small town Rotary Club? Jealousy is very unbecoming. It is statements like you made that give Republicans the reputation of being hypocrites.

    • Amazona September 6, 2012 / 9:26 am

      No, it’s liars like you falsely claiming that Republicans are hypocrites that are responsible for the very limited belief that Republicans are hypocrites.

      And you might check out the meaning of the word “hypocrite” as it has nothing to do with being unimpressed by a has-been whose main claim to fame is a string of sordid sex and campaign finance scandals, who was impeached, disbarred and convicted of perjury. He is actually a perfect hero and representative of the party. Barry could not have chosen a more appropriate spokesman.

      Of course you swooned over Bill’s speech. It was written and spoken just to and for people like you. To the rest of us, it was just more of the same old same old, a pathetic effort to convince us that what is, isn’t, and what isn’t, is.

      Though that is a funny comment to make about the man who, in his perjury hearing, quibbled over “what the meaning of ‘is’ is”.

      • freethinker September 6, 2012 / 1:01 pm

        There you go again.

      • Majordomo Pain September 7, 2012 / 3:51 pm

        Amazona a quote for you, “The only reason ‘good Christians’ can keep up the act so well without actually living the life is the hoi polloi have no idea what the worst thing they have ever done is.”

        This certainly applies to you.

    • Retired Spook September 6, 2012 / 10:23 am

      What [a] speech by former President Bill Clinton!! Beautiful! The GOP only wishes they had someone like him in its party who could rally the crowd.

      A Ferret could have rallied that crowd. The decibel level of the “no” votes to keep God and Jerusalem out of the platform was as loud as the applause for der Schleikmeister. The question is, did he rally anyone who didn’t vote for Obama in ’08 to vote for him this time? I doubt it. Did he rally people who did vote for Obama in ’08 but are fed up with him to vote for him again anyway? We’ll know in 61 days, but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that an incumbent who is polling well below 50% only 2 months out is in serious trouble.

      And I agree with Amazona. What more fitting speaker than a guy whose nicknames include “Slick”, “Slick Willy”, “Slicky Blue Dress”, B.J. Clinton and “der Schleikmeister”. That says everything you ever wanted to know about the Democrat Party.

      • J. R. Babcock September 6, 2012 / 12:27 pm

        Spook, I’d take it a step farther. The Democrat Convention, so far, has been largely about women’s issues: equal pay, free contraceptives, free abortion, etc., and to give one of the highlight speeches they pick a guy who has, without a doubt, treated women more despicably than any President in recent memory. Now that’s obviously lost on radical feminists like those in attendance at the convention, but radical feminists account for a small percentage of women voters.

    • GMB September 6, 2012 / 3:19 pm

      Hypocritical about what? You obviously pay no attention to what you read. You have posted some of the lamest “facts” here. Facts that took less than thirty seconds to debunk.

      Jealous of a rapist, adulterer, and liar? lolzer big time on that one Sunny.

      Enjoy your day Sunny.

      Parthian shot here. Should you not change your screen name to “thought free” I think it would be a more exact description for you.

      thier thier thier thier thier thier thier 😛

  4. Cluster September 6, 2012 / 10:25 am

    I have always kind of liked Bill Clinton, but also know what a scoundrel he is. There is very credible rape evidence against him, there is unquestionable adulterer evidence against him, he conducted unseemly acts in the Oval office, and he lied to a grand jury – and those are just a few of his distasteful character flaws, so it really isn’t surprising that someone like freethinker would fawn all over him. Like Amazona said, he is a perfect Democrat leader.

    I also thought his speech last night was very self serving and only highlighted the fact that when Clinton lost the House, he moved to the middle for the good of the country, while Obama ran further to the left and ruined the country. So I really don’t think it helped Obama much.

    • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 11:21 am

      Actually, he lied in a deposition; suborned perjury, was forced to surrender his law license for a period of 5 years, resigned from the Supreme Court bar (ever wonder why he wasn’t recommended for a post on the Court? That’s why) and was impeached but he wasn’t disbarred.

      • Amazona September 6, 2012 / 11:27 am

        So if you voluntarily surrender your license you are not disbarred but perhaps just unbarred?

        I don’t see a huge difference in being forced to surrender a license and having it taken from you, but then I am not a lawyer…or an ex-lawyer

      • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 11:37 am

        A technicality; Clinton was facing disbarment, there is no doubt the Court (Arkansas) would have punched his ticket. he gave up rather than face the disbarment.

      • freethinker September 6, 2012 / 5:23 pm

        No such term as “unbarred” amazona. Considering you are the smarted person on this blog (which is not saying a lot) . . .

  5. Amazona September 6, 2012 / 11:02 am

    I think it is fascinating that the biggest cheers are for the two disbarred lawyers—says a lot about the party, eh?

    And don’t forget the First Lady who was also stripped of her law license.

    • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 11:35 am

      Some info on Moochelle; prior to 2000 any attorney in Illinois that wanted to go on voluntary inactive status was required to apply for a court order to do so. There are many (many) reasons to voluntarily go inactive. There appears to be no disciplinary action against the Queen Mooch at the State or Federal level. I believe either Mooch or Baraq can re-apply and, because they graduated from an ABA Accredited University, they may sit for the bar in any State.

      • neocon1 September 6, 2012 / 1:30 pm


        mooch = insurance fraud, forced surrender
        barry = lied about Ailis and possible citizenship, forced surrender

      • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 1:44 pm

        Sorry neo, those are urban legends. Neither Mooch nor Baraq were “forced” to surrender; there are no charges filed or pending.

        “Michelle Obama holds a valid license to practice law in Illinois, has never been disciplined or the subject of a disciplinary proceeding in Illinois and is on voluntary inactive status as an Illinois lawyer. Voluntary inactive status is simply a lawyer registration category for lawyers who are not currently practicing law. Attorneys on voluntary inactive status may resume active status at any time as a matter of course.” ARDC

      • freethinker September 6, 2012 / 5:21 pm

        Well Count, if you think facts will stop the village idiot, Neo, from repeating his lies, I suspect you are very wrong. He lives to spread lies about the first family. What a Christian.

    • freethinker September 6, 2012 / 5:26 pm

      What on earth are you blabbing on about. Two disbarred attorneys? Who would that be. And the First Lady, a Harvard Law graduate (doesn’t that just piss you off?) has not been stripped of her law license. For someone who talks big and thinks she has all the facts, you are so far off base right now you look stupid.

  6. tiredoflibbs September 6, 2012 / 12:37 pm

    The Dems/drones LOVE European medicine and want us to have the same. Look what we have to look forward to:

    Man Dies During Operation While Surgeons and Nurses Take Lunch Break

    Is this union medicine?

    It is no surprise velma loved Clinton’s speech. I am sure she dusted of her knee pads in preparation. She loves to use the word hypocrite out of its context. I was called a hypocrite because she accused me of not listing obAMATEUR’s accomplishments! – like he has any positive ones.

    • freethinker September 6, 2012 / 1:05 pm

      Like you would ever acknowledge any of Presidents accomplishments. The GOP has become the Party of HATE.

      freethinker, your comments almost never get deleted, even though you rarely offer anything of value to the discussion. Please note that we will be glad to print any and all positive accomplishments you’d like to list for the President. If you insist on continuing to claim that others here have not acknowledged dozens of the President’s accomplishments while failing to acknowledge any on your own, your comments WILL BE DELETED//Moderator

      • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 1:21 pm

        I don’t hate the President.

        I hate YOU.

      • neocon1 September 6, 2012 / 1:32 pm

        we have NO president,
        we have a Manchurian/kenyan, muslim usurper POSING as pResident.
        How FAR we have fallen in only 60 years.

      • neocon1 September 6, 2012 / 1:37 pm


        BIG central government
        unconstitutional mandates and laws
        47% who leech off OPM
        ILLEGAL CRIMINALS who steal from the hard working AMERICANS

        yeah Baaaaaaaby what a “hateful lot we are….LOL

      • dvindice September 6, 2012 / 2:03 pm

        The GOP has become the party to HATE. (Fixed it for you free(s)thinker)

      • tiredoflibbs September 6, 2012 / 3:00 pm

        wow, velma, like you would think of anything with a shred of originality! You just mindlessly regurgitate dumbed down talking points designed for the ignorant masses like a good little drone!

        The pResident does not have any positive accomplishments. I listed SOME of his failed accomplishments. You on the other hand have not listed any positive (really positive and not just agenda driven) accomplishments.

        Why can’t you? For the same reason obAMATEUR has run such a negative campaign full of attacks, obfuscations and LIES!


        Now, it is time for you to run away again, since you have been put in your place and have no way to defend your failure of a pResident.

      • freethinker September 6, 2012 / 5:19 pm

        Yes Count, you do hate the president. I do not care that you hate me. You seem to take me for someone who values your opinions.

    • dvindice September 6, 2012 / 2:10 pm

      lil obama added $5T in National Dept, stole GM and handed it over to big union UAW and played a lot golf. Not to mention winning the Nobel peace prize for the notable accomplishment of not being George W. Bush.

      • freethinker September 6, 2012 / 5:11 pm

        This country would be in a much worse place had President Obama not made the decision to make loans to the auto industry. It is not only those who worked directly for GM and Chrysler, but the huge supply chain that supported all of the US auto industry. Even Paul Ryan voted for this financial assistance to the auto industry. There would have been another million Americans on unemployment insurance had the President not made that decision. It was risky but he did it because it was the right thing to do. Romney said let them go bankrupt.
        The loans are being repaid or have been repaid – and ahead of schedule. This was not a bail out, but a loan with interest that had to be repaid. I know you just HATE to admit this was the right thing to do because this President made that decision. Had a Republican president made that decision, you would be praising him/her to high heavens.
        The Republicans left this country in a horrible financial mess in January of 2009 and expected this president to clean it up in a few months.
        Exactly how different is Romney’s plan from what was done for eight years under President Bush? And by the way, more kind words were spoken at the Democratic Convention in one evening than in three days at the Republican Convention. Go figure.
        For those of you that have 401Ks or other retirement funds, would you prefer to be back at stock market rates in January 2009 or what we have today? Don’t know about you, but I am much better off today than I was when the Bush administration left.

      • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 5:44 pm

        Attn, lying sack o’Sunny, Your facts are as screwed up as your law license.

        Are you stupid or you just don’t care?

        had President Obama not made the decision to make loans to the auto industry” In April 2008? That was Bush. We opposed that vociferously! THOSE loans were paid back.

        Obama’s Porkulus Auto Union handout in February 2009 will never be paid back and taxpayers are on the hook for more than $850.Million from GM alone.

        The Republicans lost control of the government in 2006 moron; the economy from 2007 on is all yours, socialist. Republicans did not vote for the 2008 or 2009 budget, and Bush signed the 2008 budget in 2007, Obama signed the 2009 budget in February 2009 after adding his $800.0Billion Porkulus!

        The Stock Market under the Republicans was inching toward 14,000 when the dimocrats got control and tanked the economy. The bear market officially began in February 2007; right after Speaker Pelosi and Senate Majority leader Reid began their systematic march toward Communism-Lite.

        The markets lost 15% the day Obama was elected and 12% more the day he was inaugurated. What a record!

      • dvindice September 6, 2012 / 8:02 pm

        free(s)thinker… there you go again, spitting up the same old false talking points.

        The only bailout that was paid back was the TARP that Presiden George W. Bush passed into law.

        lil obama’s spending glut, no so much.

        How does adding $5Trillion in debt make us any better off?

        “Had a Republican president made that decision, you would be praising him/her to high heavens.”

        um… love to burst your bubble, That was George W. Bush that you are praising for “The loans are being repaid or have been repaid – and ahead of schedule. ”

        You do know that it is obama that is the subject here?
        if you are going to vomit up talking points at least use the one ones that apply to lil obama.

      • dvindice September 6, 2012 / 8:04 pm

        free, are you a secret Republican? you seem to use alot of hidden praise for George W. Bush in your arguments…

      • tiredoflibbs September 6, 2012 / 8:57 pm

        “The loans are being repaid or have been repaid – and ahead of schedule.”

        Velma are you regurgitating the dumbed down talking points from the White House again? Actually, you are listening to LIES! But I would not expect you to HONESTLY look into the REAL FACTS.


        GM still faces BANKRUPTCY. A process that does not mean that they will close their doors – as an “attorney” you should know this. It is a process to reorganize their debt and their repayment of that debt.

        What obAMATEUR did was BAIL OUT the UNIONS. They got paid BEFORE the SECURED CREDITORS. obAMATEUR tossed out several bankruptcy laws to do so. This was repayment to the unions for their undying and loyal support.

        Wow, when are you going to be an ACTUAL freethinker? If your posts and regurgitations of dumbed down talking points are any indication – NEVER!

        Try again mindless drone.

      • freethinker September 7, 2012 / 10:36 am

        Count, I must have pushed your buttons. What lovely language you use. Don’t you just hate it that the automobile industry has made a huge come back and the President gets credit!!! You are such a looser! You will never admit that the Republicans left this country in a huge mess and the President put us on the road to recovery. No matter what you say you cannot change that fact. The recovery may be taking longer than you like, but it sure as hell is better today than it was the day George Bush walked out of the White House. As to the stock market, it may have fallen the day President Obama won the election and the day he was sworn in, but I do not see how that can be blamed on Obama. It has returned and surpassed what it was before the Great Recession. Facts are facts – something the Republicans just hate. You are a buffoon.
        You claim the Republicans lost control on 2006. Look up the term “filibusterer” and maybe you will get a better understanding of the actual power the Republican still had over Congress. They blocked everything they could, even legislation they had previously supported. They wanted this president to fail and did everything they could to make sure that happened. They put party before country. How American is that? They are traitors to the American people.
        You can call me a bitch. Just shows that you are a very small “man”.
        I have yet to hear what Romney is going to do that is any different than what Bush did while in office. How is that going to get this country back on the road to prosperity? That is what brought our country to its knees.

      • tiredoflibbs September 7, 2012 / 11:15 am

        Wow Velma, as predicted you ignore FACTS contrary to your dumbed down talking points.

        You keep spewing the Bush’s fault talking points but you never cite the cause. The “financial mess” as you claim was caused by DEMOCRATS stopping regulation of Fannie and Freddie, who caused the mortgage collapse and subsequent housing debacle.

        There were literally tens of millions of bad mortgages out there .. variable rate mortgages that would soon be in trouble as borrowers found themselves unprepared to make the higher payments.  Since many of these borrowers had no skin in the game — no actual equity in their homes – they would simply walk away.  As these mortgages — promoted, supported and backed by federal mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie mac — started to fail President Bush made several – at least three – unsuccessful attempts to reform the practices of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.  Every single time Bush tried to gain control of this impending financial disaster two men, Barney Frank and Chris Dodd, stepped in to block him.  In the meantime large banks and financial institutions were investing trillions of dollars in these mortgages – encouraged to do so by suggestions that the mortgages were guaranteed by the government of the United States.

        now that I have educated you AGAIN, you need to stop the mindless regurgitation. For a lawyer, you sure are very logical.

        And as I also pointed out, the auto industry is still facing bankruptcy and your “Obama saved the auto industry and it is roaring back” is pure CRAP!

        But what else can we expect from a mindless dumbed down drone?


    • neocon1 September 6, 2012 / 1:44 pm

      OMG…..WAY toooooo funny…


      meanwhile back at the raunch the lazy amateur O………

      Clinton snubbed by VP in China…
      State media dubs ‘sneaky troublemaker’…

      OOPS guess SHE forgot to take hers off in China……

  7. tiredoflibbs September 6, 2012 / 3:16 pm

    Velma, here is another accomplishment for the obAMATEUR:

    During the 2011 Strategic Petroleum Reserve drawdown, obAMATEUR granted waivers to foreign flag ships to carry U.S. OIL between U.S. ports. This is a clear violation of the Jones Act. Instead of favoring U.S. ships crewed by U.S. citizens to do this obAMATEUR was enabling foreigners to do the job.

    – Marine News magazine, August 2012 issue.

    Would this be considered outsourcing by the U.S. pResident? How many jobs did the obAMATEUR cost American workers (at the time unemployment was around 9%)?

    Somehow I don’t think you would! You will typically give him a pass. Or completely ignore the post.

    I have cited his accomplishements. It is just pathetic that they are mostly NEGATIVE.

  8. Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 4:22 pm

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    A splendid time is guaranteed for all.

    And tonight Mr. Kite is topping the bill.

    • freethinker September 6, 2012 / 5:18 pm

      You have Ted Nugent and Hank Williams Jr. supporting Romney. What more could you want? Two crazy, apparently drug ridden southern racists. And God love him, Clint Eastwood. He is a fantastic actor/director, but when more attention is given to him than the presidential candidate (especially after the acceptance speech) you know someone goofed. I think most folks really like Clint Eastwood but his talk made me extremely uncomfortable. I just do not want to remember him as a rambling elderly man in front of a huge crowd and on TV with millions of viewers. Sadly, I think that is how many of us will remember this man.

      • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 6:18 pm

        Are you seriously this stupid?

        Ted Nugent is from (and lives) in Michigan, he has never taken drugs, (unlike Obama who admits to Marijuana and cocaine) represents Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

        What a snotty self-righteous bitch you are. You insufferable Pig.

  9. mitch September 6, 2012 / 5:16 pm

    You despise Clinton because he’s popular. He is the most popular of all living ex-presidents with an approval rating of 70%. He was the last president in 30 yrs to balance the budget and left office with a surplus of almost 2 billion dollars. Apparently most people could care less about his womanizing and of those that do, the concept of redemption is selective. Lets contrast that with the name sake of this blog’s former title. He is so unpopular that out of the 55 speakers at the Republican convention, his name was not mentioned once. Not one time. Isn’t that interesting. He also blew through his budget inheritance and left office with a debt of 2 trillion dollars. That’s quite a feat! Maybe Obama should have gone back in time and prevented an unfunded war from being started. He could have used the same time machine that he used to put his birth announcement in the Hawaiian newspaper.
    Since 1961, there have been 28 Republican administrations and 24 Democrat. The score for private sector job creation is Democrat 42 million and Republican 24.
    Mark made a comment about how the First Lady made him physically ill. I guess she really is a witch because she can telepathically transmit nausea. But only to a select few. Mark you should feel honored. To bad her speech has been lauded, including by respected conservatives, as one of the best ever by a First Lady in modern times. But you despise her as well.
    The Romney campaign is flat at best and I won’t waste my time explaining why. You all know why. If Obama wins a second term, the extreme right, which has taken over the Republican party, will be crushed. As well it should. In that way, reasonable and sane Republicans can present themselves again. And probably win elections. The phrase “the ship of state” is an apt analogy. Neither an airplane nor a ship can be successfully managed successfully if the center of gravity is at one end or the other. Physics has it’s on rules and no ideology. Them’s are just the facts. And speaking of facts, it is a fact that since the day of the inauguration the Republicans did everything they could to try to deny Obama a second term even if it meant disavowing their own ideas or bragging about having the credit rating of our country reduced. This level of desperation is also evident in the attempts to restrict voting.
    These are all facts. Not talking points. Now, here is a list of accomplishments by your president.


    • neocon1 September 6, 2012 / 5:49 pm


      You despise Clinton because he’s popular.

      He is only popular with demented scum bucket donks.
      I mean what good donk doesnt love a rapist, adulterer, dis barred impeached, letcher who was boinking an intern almost his daughters age with a ce gar……..whats not to love? his cocaine habit? his lying? his adultery? killing of babies? rumors of so many murders there was a named coined for it.
      you morons are truly PATHETIC and evil.

      MORE here.

      • mitch September 6, 2012 / 6:24 pm

        My bad. Yrs not # of administrations. That would be kind of long, wouldn’t it.
        He wasn’t impeached. They had a trial and he was aquitted, but who cares? I say it’s about sex. You say it’s about lying. You really want to go there about lying??? OK, I will. How about lying about WMD’s? Or Romney lying in his ads about welfare reform and the work requirement? Or Ryan lying about something as trivial as his marathon time? If he’d lie about something that personal, that much of an accomplishment, it puts kleeg lights on his character. And isn’t character something that you value?
        It is absurd for me to argue with you because you (and the 5 or 6 others who post here) are flat out insane. Perhaps I should discuss this with my therapist. She therapies me and gives me relief. Something that probably is just a distant memory to you now. Too bad. Maybe you can call Bill and get some hints and tips.

      • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 6:36 pm

        Clinton was impeached. On Trial for lying under oath and suborning perjury is Impeachment it had not a thing to do with sex, although you lefties seem obsessed with sex.

        Moral equivalence aside, if Ryan were under oath testifying in a trial accusing him of falsifying Marathon Records your analogy might have merit; but in the real world it doesn’t.

        Clinton was a lawyer who violated ethics and the law; it cost him his license, his Supreme Court Privileges and he’s only the second President to be impeached. neither Romney nor Ryan have ever been this demonstrably dishonest, neither of them have been charged nor convicted of a crime. Whether you like it or not Clinton lost his license because he committed a crime.

        Real nice role model you’ve got there in Clinton.

      • neocon1 September 6, 2012 / 7:08 pm

        Bwaaaaaaa ha ha ha ha ha


        ” because you (and the 5 or 6 others who post here) are **flat out insane**.

        then says…………Ta Da—–. Perhaps I should discuss this with **my therapist**. She therapies me and gives me relief

        it’s the voices Bmitch pay them no mind……ROTFLMAO!!!
        OOH the IRONY…………therapist…. LOL LOL 🙂 🙂

    • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 6:06 pm

      You want to make a hero out of a womanizing, impeached ex-President, tossed from the Supreme Court that cost his Party control of the Federal Government and 60% of the States’ governments that’s your affair (pun intended).

      But please stop with the : ”He was the last president in 30 yrs to balance the budget and left office with a surplus of almost 2 billion dollars.

      That’s a lie (or several) Clinton neversubmitted a balanced budget, not once not ever.

      The Republicans in Congress rejected Clinton’s Budgets and wrote the ones Clinton had to sign. There was no surplus; the accounting trick of counting the social Security “Trust fund” as an asset and an investment. Ask Adam Smith. Clinton left office at the height of the Tech bust resulting in the Accounting scandals, the Dot com Bust and the Recession of 2001.

      The 2000 Budget was in Deficit $17.91 Billion, and the National Debt was $5.56 Trillion. No “surplus” None~ziltch~nada~it’s a lie!

      Interesting that the first three things on your “list of accomplishments” are also not mentioned at the diomocrat’s convention; ObamaCare is unpopular, Dodd-Frank has cost the economy untold Billion$ and thousands of jobs, and I don’t need to mention that Porkulus was a complete disaster.

      The rest of the list is somewhere between a Socialist’s wet dream and a rooster taking credit for sunrise.

      Since you simply cut-n-paste I’ll be interested in reading this list; please mitch, list those “28 Republican Administrations since 1961”. I can think of 5, maybe you’re thinking of the jobs saved, created or imagined.

      • neocon1 September 6, 2012 / 6:31 pm

        He wasn’t impeached. They had a trial and he was aquitted,

        Klintoon WAS IMPEACHED by the house of representatives.
        He was NOT REMOVED due to a party line vote in the US Senate.

        he stands as the second IMPEACHED president in the history of our country and is a stain on the honor and integrity of the WH, as is Ochimpy!

        no wonder you are a donk…….dumbed down and all…LOL

      • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 6:39 pm

        The lefties hereabouts continually demonstrate their lack of understanding of simple governance, and an unrelenting devotion to the cult of personality. Pathetic dead-enders, but take heart, after November we won’t hear from them for a while.

      • Count d'Haricots September 6, 2012 / 7:16 pm

        I did say “for a while” not forever, theynever go away!

        But, didja see this? Honey Boo Boo ties Clinton Speech.

        I’d rather watch my socks stink then listen to the misogynist Bubba “Where’d I put that Cigar” Clinton.

  10. Cluster September 6, 2012 / 6:40 pm


    I want to remind you that Clinton was so unpopular in his first two years, that the GOP took control of the House for the first time in 40 years. It was then that Clinton, being a savvy politician, moved to the center and listened to Dick Morris and worked with Newt Gingrich who persuaded Clinton to sign welfare reform, kill Hillary Care and curtail spending and this was the impetus for the growth in the economy.

    • mitch September 6, 2012 / 7:39 pm

      I was never political until the impeachment trial precisely because the rank hypocrisy of the Republicans using sex as a moral imperative to justify their behavior. (See Gingrich.) They hated Clinton, not as much as the extreme right hates Obama, but much in the same way.
      I do agree with you however, about Hillary. I remember at the time (1993) thinking “who elected her?”
      But she is a great Sec. of State. People change and good for her. And us…
      But Dick “toe sucker’ Morris?? Give me a break. At least Clinton doesn’t have fetishes.

  11. Cluster September 6, 2012 / 6:45 pm


    And if you say that Romney’s campaign is flat, then I am ok with that though I disagree. What you need to be worried about is if in fact it is flat, he still leads Obama according to today’s presidential tracking poll 47% to 44%, so it will only get better from here.

    • mitch September 6, 2012 / 7:42 pm

      Which poll? Romney’s electoral’s (according to Nate Silver) are down by almost 11 points since August and Obama’s are up by the same amount in the same time frame. But who knows? It’s November that counts and as you say about getting better, from the way it looks today; 9/6/12 it’s getting better for Obama.
      Thanks for being reasonable. I sincerely appreciate it.

  12. Cluster September 6, 2012 / 8:16 pm

    I have always thought it to be hypocritical for liberal women to want me to stay out of their reproductive decisions but yet want me to pay for those decisions whether it be contraception or abortion. If you want me out of the equation, then don’t take my money.

    The Rasmussen Presidential Tracking Poll has Romney up by 3 points and Obama’s approval ratings down. It’s an uphill climb for Obama no matter which way you slice it. He has a lower approval rating than any recent president at the point of reelection.

  13. Cluster September 6, 2012 / 8:17 pm

    Eva Longoria is soon to talk. Definitely a nice house, too bad no one is home.

  14. mitch September 6, 2012 / 8:24 pm

    Rasmussen over samples the right, but whatever. No point in arguing over polls. They are for skiers and strippers!
    As far as you paying for contraception, spare me. Exactly how are you paying for it? The enzyme in birth control pills do allot more than just preventing pregnancy and since this appears to be an issue for you (and others on this site) I’ll say that you have an extremely Calvinistic view of human sexuality. Sex is fun. And pleasurable. And if you have a partner whom you care for then it is all the more so. This attitude about contraception and women’s health issues is medieval. Next thing you know, you’ll be glorifying Alah because of the virgins you’ll get to in the great bye and by.

    • Cluster September 6, 2012 / 8:41 pm


      Please spare me the juvenile talking points. My tax funds go towards PPP and county health clinics where they distribute free contraception and perform tax payer funded abortions. I love sex and enjoy it recreationally, but I pay it for myself and expecT to do the same. You are the medieval one, not me. women are a lot more capable than you give them credit for, it’s sad that you have such little faith in the fairer sex.

      • Cluster September 6, 2012 / 8:42 pm

        And expect others to do the same – is how that was suppose to read

      • Cluster September 6, 2012 / 8:47 pm

        And again, if they want my money, then they get my opinions. If they pay for it themselves, than they can do whatever they want.


      • Cluster September 6, 2012 / 10:51 pm

        Wow Dave, you actually displayed a brain with that comment. Just when I thought it wasn’t possible.

    • Amazona September 7, 2012 / 5:35 pm

      An “enzyme” in contraceptives?


      It is the Left trying to make this about sex, just as it was the Left that tried to make the Clinton perjury about sex, just as the whole Leftist policy seems to genitally-centered.

      We talk about religious freedom, you try to make it about sex. We talk about breaking various laws including perjury and all you can focus on is sex. We talk about state sovereignty and you try to make it about sex.

      And then you accuse US of being obsesses with sex.

      But congrats for figuring out it feels good and finally adding a partner.

  15. mitch September 6, 2012 / 8:25 pm

    Hey Neo!! What do you think about the ovation Gabby Gifford received tonight????

  16. Cluster September 6, 2012 / 8:44 pm

    Hey Mitch, John Francois Kerry is currently speaking. Did you know that he is quite wealthy, avoided Mass. taxes and his wife never released her tax returns? Do you have any issues with that?

    • freethinker September 7, 2012 / 10:05 am

      Hey Cluster, John Kerry is not the only French speaking politician around. Mitt speaks French fluently. The difference between John Kerry and Mitt Romney, Kerry actually served in the military during the Viet Nam war. Romney on the other hand, rode a bicycle around France for two and a half years so as not to serve even though he supported the war.
      I forgot that John Kerry’s wife ran for president. What year was that?

      • Amazona September 7, 2012 / 5:42 pm

        Are you really such a religious bigot that you are claiming that Romney’s religious mission was just so he would not have to serve in the military?

        And are you truly impressed with Kerry’s shameful antics in Vietnam Nam? Fraudulently racking up purple hearts so he would only have to serve three months? Murdering a badly injured enemy? Being so negligent in his dutiies that a child was shot? Lying under oath to Congress? Hiding his military records? He is and was a disgrace and you are worse, a vicious liar who glories in her spite and malice.

  17. Cluster September 6, 2012 / 8:51 pm

    Honestly Mitch, this DNC convention has been a train wreck. DWS caught lying, delegates booing God, half empty stadium, calling motherhood a liability, the Native American Elizabeth Warren embarrasing herself again, and everyone spinning like a top trying to defend this presidents horrible record.

    It’s a joke. Good luck in November.

  18. Cluster September 6, 2012 / 9:47 pm

    Hey Biden is speaking and talking about his upbringing and family and zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    • watsonredux September 6, 2012 / 9:57 pm

      Greetings Cluster. Maybe you should just take the Mark Edward Noonan School of Journalism route, and not watch because it’s just so darned painful.

      • Cluster September 6, 2012 / 10:57 pm

        That’s some sound advice. I just switched over to a get a glimpse of the one we have all been waiting for in his typical high minded pose with the chin in the air. He needs to be careful when he tilts his head like that – those brains could slide right out. Oh wait, his brains are in another location.

      • watsonredux September 6, 2012 / 11:42 pm

        Cogent analysis, Cluster.

      • neocon1 September 8, 2012 / 3:12 pm

        Oh wait, his brains are in another location.


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