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Quote of the day, “Obama thinks soldiers are dying for him” edition

This is so sickening on so many levels.  Dude, they’re fighting on behalf all Americans, regardless of from which of the 57 states they hail.  They are not risking life and limb for you or your campaign specifically, you pompous narcissistic jackwagon!

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May 10, 2012 - Posted by | military, Obama, quote of the day, shameful

22 Comments »

  1. They’re fighting on my behalf too…and yours and every other Americans. Picky, picky.

    You’re just maintaining my interest today and making me want to yap. Please put one up about Romney’s high school jerk days. Please, please, please?

    Comment by Alli | May 10, 2012

  2. Right, Alli, because this jerk has NEVER done ANYTHING to show that he’s a narcissist, right? He’s TOTALLY selfless, right up to the 147 uses of “me” and “I” in all of his speeches. You’re gonna have to try a helluva lot harder to defend this #ssclown, ma’am.

    And you bringing up such cutting edge, late-breaking, earth shattering news such as…um…whether or not Romney was a jerk in high school (cuz most high schoolers are really mature, you know) goes a long way towards proving the point I made: you’re part of the ADHD society we live in. “Sure, the economy sucks and we’re living in Carter Redux times…but Romney was a schmuck in high school and used to put his dog on his roof. Oooh, look, a squirrel!”

    I guess had he been a druggie in HS like Obama, he’d be golden with you, right? And does it even matter that the comPost’s lone source admits to not even being present at the alleged prank? Apparently, fishwraps find hearsay to be credible bases for stories.

    Comment by crushliberalism | May 10, 2012

  3. I’m usually not for bringing up what happened in high school or years ago because we were all idiots. GWB got a DWI, but he never hurt anyone and cleaned up his act so I have no problem with that. While this thing with Romney will subside, if he did take part in cutting an unwilling person’s hair while pinning him down…well, that is a little alarming. Think about it: you might have been an idiot in high school (like we all were), but you probably would feel like crap if you ever even resorted to doing something like that.

    Okay…next up: The Time Magazine breastfeeding cover!

    Comment by Alli | May 10, 2012

  4. The family of the supposed victim denies this incident ever happened. It’s not coincidental that this story came out right after Obama was forced out of the closet on gay marriage. The press has a LOT to answer for in their failure to vet Obama. Call me silly, but I’m much more interested in what the communist sitting in the White House is doing NOW than what Mitt Romney may have done when he was 14.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 11, 2012

  5. Nothing wrong with that KG, but what more do you want vetted? As for the debunking, where is that info? I’m not saying, you’re wrong – I just haven’t seen it yet. As I said before, I think they all need to come out of the closet on gay marriage as I think Santorum is the only one who truly is against it.

    Comment by Alli | May 11, 2012

  6. “While this thing with Romney will subside, if he did take part in cutting an unwilling person’s hair while pinning him down…well, that is a little alarming.”
    How alarming is holding an entire freaking nation down and ramming things down our throats (Healhcare Deform, for example…mistype intentional)? That’s pretty darned alarming as well.
    I’d love to comment on what the media has managed to “discover” about Obama’s past, except for the fact that they have given him a ^&*%$$# pass on his ENTIRE LIFE’S HISTORY. He makes up practically EVERY story he has shared (including his claim to being born after the Selma Alabama bridge march, a comment made in a public speech, knowing full DANG well he was born four years PRIOR). They won’t interview a single friend or anyone else who knew him in college, but they manage to find this “story” five decades later about Romney. He is allowed (and assisted) in creating any number of fictitious past incidents and you’re cool with that! You have a proven liar, time and time and time again, but that’s ok. But with a claim that Romney bullied a kid, THAT is more alarming than a man who will take a huge puff of a cigar right in front of you, smile at you, and bend over and blow that smoke right up your fifth point of contact, stand right back up and wink at you, and you embrace that? A pathological liar in office is not alarming, but claims of Romney’s 12th grade conduct is….hmm…
    “Betsy, another sister, spoke up about the incident as well. Aside from stating that the portrayal of her brother is inaccurate, she said the family is frustrated that the story is being used to push a political agenda.
    ‘The family of John Lauber is releasing a statement saying the portrayal of John is factually incorrect and we are aggrieved that he would be used to further a political agenda,” she said. “There will be no more comments from the family.” (as quoted on the Blaze http://www.theblaze.com/stories/family-of-romneys-alleged-bully-victim-speaks-out-the-portrayal-of-john-is-factually-incorrect/)
    So…Ali…just wondering how a democrat can NOT feel like a “useful idiot” (Vlad Linen’s words) who is so effortlessly manipulated by the liberal machine?
    (Not saying that you ARE, just wondering how, in light of the above, you don’t FEEL like you are)

    Comment by Kevin | May 11, 2012

  7. Ok, stop foaming at the mouth. Whenever a candidate I don’t want to win gets in the oval office, I still go on with my life rather than get crazy. I didn’t vote for Bush who shoved a lot down our throat that I didn’t agree with either. But I didn’t use it as an excuse to defend questionable actions of others. Several of Romney’s classmates have supported the allegation and I’m really not surprised that a family that shipped their kid off to boarding school wasn’t aware of it or chooses to deny it. Sorry you think anyone who disagrees with you is a useful idiot. Believe it or not, there are still people left in this world who make up their own mind and don’t care if it involves criticism. Hate all you want on the President, but that’s no reason to fight against everything he does or says just for the sake of fighting against him. It makes you look like a useful idiot.

    Comment by Alli | May 11, 2012

  8. Alli – I don’t think anyone here is fighting against Obama simply “for the sake of fighting against him”. His policies are DESTROYING our country. I can’t think of a single policy he has rammed through that I can honestly say I agree with. I don’t hate the man, but I despise pretty much EVERYTHING he stands for and everything he has done and continues to do to the country. Are any of us better off than we were 4 years ago? I think the answer to that is a resounding HELL NO.

    As for the vetting…. I would like to see the press devote just 1% of the time they spent trying to destroy Sarah Palin to telling the truth about Obama. If the useful idiots still getting their news from the mainstream press were EVER told the TRUTH, Obama would be toast.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 11, 2012

  9. Really KG? He’s a lot like Bush in my opinion – bailouts, extended tax cuts, wars, education “reform”. I never voted Obama, but I’m glad someone finally said they could care less what two other consenting adults do in their sex lives.

    Comment by Alli | May 13, 2012

  10. Yes, “really” Alli. Yes, he’s a lot like Bush except for that pesky blind hatred for everything American, our military, the Constitution, freedom and his love of everything Communist/Marxist/Socialist. He’s a lot like Bush, but…… NOT.

    It’s not just about what two consenting adults do in their bedroom. I could care less who people sleep with, but when you force society and our religious institutions to accept and sanction gay marriage, the ramifications will be quite far reaching and destructive.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 14, 2012

  11. Yeah right. As if Obama was the one who sent them to Iraq, came up with the Patriot Act, or was the only one of them to expand government? Whatever. Anyway, why do you feel gay marriage is forced on you? If partnership rights come with marriage, why should gay people be denied? Just because you don’t want to “look” at it when you probably rarely see a gay couple? I’ll give you your other concerns about Obama, but don’t see how gay marriage will be destructive to our country.

    Comment by Alli | May 14, 2012

  12. Gay marriage will be destructive for many reasons. From a legal standpoint, the legalization of gay marriage would result in religious institutions being forced to go against the very moral foundation of their beliefs, which would result in the ultimate destruction of our churches. When you blur the lines of gender to make everyone “neutral”, making mothers or fathers interchangeable or even unnecessary, it will have a devastating effect on our families and society. Look at what has resulted from the lack of committed fathers in the black communities. Crime and poverty are rampant! Children need a mother AND a father. That’s the way it was designed from the beginning of time and it’s pretty arrogant for people to think the building blocks of our society should be disregarded in order to accommodate a small group of people. And where do you draw the line? Where does it end?
    As I said, I couldn’t care less what two consenting adults do in the privacy of their own bedroom, but legalizing gay marriage is not the answer.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 14, 2012

  13. Little did I know this would be such a lively discussion topic! Awesome! 🙂

    Comment by crushliberalism | May 15, 2012

  14. So the fact that uninvolved fathers cause issues in this country is why we’re going to stop two people from marrying? I agree a two parent home is the best option, but I don’t see how gays marrying or even raising children can make things any worse than they are right now. Obviously having a child naturally isn’t going to be possible, but when it comes to adoption – I’d rather see a child go to a gay couple instead of leaving that child in the foster care system.

    Last I checked, you don’t have to be affiliated with a religion in order to get married. Why religious leaders are involving themselves in this debate is beyond me…then again many people use their religion to try and tell others how to live.

    Comment by Alli | May 15, 2012

  15. So the fact that uninvolved fathers cause issues in this country is why we’re going to stop two people from marrying?

    No, of course that’s not the reason. I was simply pointing out what happens to society when the family unit breaks down. And legalizing gay marriage will only perpetuate that break down.

    I don’t see how gays marrying or even raising children can make things any worse than they are right now

    So basically your position is that society is going to hell anyway, so let’s just throw out all the rules and let people do whatever they want? That’s a great idea.

    Why religious leaders are involving themselves in this debate is beyond me

    Seriously? Religious leaders have the most to lose here. They are involved because they know that the legalization of gay marriage will result in the government forcing them to violate the tenets of their faith. It will destroy our churches. Don’t believe me? Just look at what this issue has done to the Episcopal Church. It’s been torn apart. Why should religious institutions and people of faith be forced to forfeit THEIR rights in order to accommodate a very small population of people? And where does it end? Will people be allowed to marry their pets, their siblings, inanimate objects? Once you open that door, it can’t be closed. Where do you draw the line?

    Bottom line – no one is saying homosexuals can’t live the way they choose – they clearly can — but we are a nation of laws and traditions and we can’t just toss that all out in order to accommodate the lifestyle choices of a select few. What we ARE saying is that we are not going to be forced to accept and accommodate something that many of us believe is immoral and wrong.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 15, 2012

  16. “So basically your position is that society is going to hell anyway, so let’s just throw out all the rules and let people do whatever they want? That’s a great idea.”

    Of course not, I just don’t see why you fear two committed people raising a child. As much as I wish, single parenthood will not go away. I’m with you on ending lifetime entitlements and encouraging responsible parenting, but it’s been my experience that the small handful of parents I know who are gay (some who came out later in life and some who are in a committed gay relationship) have been effective parents. I really find it crazy that you equate it with marrying dogs.

    As for the Episcopal Church…I am a former member (obviously not because of the gay marriage tolerance, but I just needed something lighter having been raised by a Catholic father and a rigid Episcopalian (same as Catholic) mother. There was always a sign that said the Episcopal church welcomes all. I’m glad they finally did. Approximately five out of 200 people left that congregation over it and ironically four of them were a family whose parents never married in order to keep collecting state aide. The last guy protested too much as far as I was concerned. Selective morality I guess. Anyway, I’ve been back at that church a few times since my mother is still there and honestly – no one really talks about gay marriage.

    Comment by Alli | May 15, 2012

  17. I wasn’t equating gay marriage with marrying dogs. I was making the point that WHERE do you draw the line? If you toss out traditional marriage and allow gays to marry, how do you then deny someone else and where does it end?

    As for the Episcopal Church, I too was a member but I left when they started ordaining openly gay bishops. I have no problem with “welcoming” everyone into the church. I think everyone SHOULD go to church. We have several gay members at my current church who are absolutely awesome people. (They don’t believe in gay marriage either by the way). But what I DO have a huge problem with is the church being led by practicing homosexuals.
    What it basically boils down to (for Christians anyway) is whether you believe what the Bible says or not. We don’t get to cherry pick the sins that we find acceptable or that fit in with our lifestyles.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 16, 2012

  18. Okay. I must be the devil because I allow my daughters to get gymnastics lessons from a gay man. BTW, you believe EVERYTHING in the bible?

    Comment by Alli | May 16, 2012

  19. You’re seriously equating gymnastics lessons with leading a church?

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 16, 2012

  20. You’re right. My athletic coach was more instrumental in my life than three of the four pastors/priests I’ve met over my life. I love the current one, but don’t agree with everything he believes. Regarding a church leader as more important than the people is damn dangerous.

    Comment by Alli | May 17, 2012

  21. Wow Alli, you really have a gift for twisting words. I never said a church leader was “more important”. What I said is you can’t equate the job of a gymnastics coach with that of a church leader in terms of lifestyle choices and morality. A Priest/Pastor has an obligation to maintain a certain standard of moral decorum that a secular person does not. Surely even you can understand the difference. Look, if you want to pick and choose what parts of the Bible to believe, or what sins are acceptable to you, knock yourself out. That’s between you and God.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | May 17, 2012

  22. So where are you on the enslaving women part? And how old do you think the earth is?

    Comment by Alli | May 18, 2012


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