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Obama: A rebound

May 19, 2013

Wow! It sure has been a bad week for the Obama administration. The only way it could've been better for the GOP is if Tim Tebow replaced Peyton Manning as starting QB for the Bronco....

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WKnapp

May-19-13 1:24 AM

Obviously, a leftist dimwit wrote this drivel. He's correct that Obama is absolutely NOT a great President; he's as extremely far from that as it's possible to be. However, it borders on being brain dead to claim Christians, who are routinely wrongly identified by such quacks as 'religious', as 'anti-science' is completely absurd. How would a change of quarterbacks in Denver benefit 'the GOP'? George W Bush would have to receive an Academy Award for a performance in which he transformed himself from a patriotic American to the America-hating anti-patriot, Obama. As for the Tea Party, since when is being a concerned patriot 'idiotic'? 'Idiotic' would be a more apt adjective to describe much of the 'corpse of journalists'. You were gullible enough to vote for this joker twice? Shame on you! You didn't spout on Benghazi because it's evidence that your guy is completely incompetent and evil minded.

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WKnapp

May-19-13 1:36 AM

The victims of the 9/11 attacks were the direct result of the emboldened jihadists, thanks to the inaction of Bubba on the Tower bombing in '93, the USS Cole incident, the Somali warlord incident and the attacks on various embassies around the Middle Eastern region. Obama-lama-ding-dong was not a rebound, in any sense of the term. He was a deliberately misrepresented player, in a game in which vital information about him was purposely withheld from the American public, because that information would have rendered him completely unelectable. Tell me, are Christian, or any other kind of charities 'absurd', and if so, is it because utilizing them does not involve government? Rational people do not accept corruption. They deal with it, they eliminate it, they remove it. They do not elect, and then re-elect it! I guess in your head it's better to hate your country than to be whatever your ilk defines as a 'nutcase'. Sorry about your lack of judgment and intelligence!

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WKnapp

May-19-13 1:38 AM

You want Christians to stop telling the truth. Not going to happen. By the way, the Republican Party is NOT a Christian organization, and they seldom speak for me. I support them because they're typically the lesser of two evils.

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USABorn

May-19-13 2:30 AM

Excellently stated comments to a pathetically written letter.

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nobud74

May-19-13 6:29 AM

Good comments Mr. Knapp.

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Ritty77

May-19-13 7:02 AM

The writer has a odd obsession with Tim Tebow.

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ToTEXASfromPA

May-19-13 7:35 AM

"So, basically, the GOP needs to stop being a bunch of unintellectual imbeciles, bar-stool preachers, and Tebow fans, in order to preclude the same ole politics we see today."--Michael Sullivan

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So now you are blaming BHO's performance and the fall-out on the GOP? Wow.

GWB had liberal fiscal and social policies and that was what got him into problems. In addition, there was this "need" to finish the war that his dad had started without any type of exit strategy.

We need leaders with integrity, good moral values, not catering to special interests and corporations, knowledge of international and domestic affairs, willing to surround themselves with knowledgeable aides that speak from several points of view. And a big point is they need to learn how to balance the budget.

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CMReeder

May-19-13 8:17 AM

Both sides took a hit in this lettter and it is the right that is upset.

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CMReeder

May-19-13 8:19 AM

Wayne shows how gullible and idiotic the right is.

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eriklatranyi

May-19-13 8:21 AM

Liberal insanity on display, folks!

The liberal hatred for anything Christian (including Tebow)is the exact same type of hatred liberals had for blacks in deep south.

The same is true of the Tea Party.

It has been the liberal hatred of the Tea Party that emboldened the IRS into delaying their participation in the 2012 election.

Bush43 had 7 months and an incomplete cabinet (thank you Democrats) when 9/11 happened.

Liberals screamed and held hearings about why Bush43 didn't "connect the dots".

Meanwhile, Obama had four years, 72 czars, multiple warnings and still stood by while four US citizens, including a US Ambassador, begged for help over a seven hour period.

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FortySixand2

May-19-13 2:30 PM

Shuuuussshhhh! Musn't mention 9/11. The August, 2001 PDB titled "Bin Laden determined to strike in the US." Must not speak of 3,000 people dead on our own soil. Nor speak of near total economic collapse due to conservative economic policies. Must only repeat BENGHAZI! Benghazi! Benghazi!

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Progressive

May-19-13 4:53 PM

A rebound? Once, maybe. Twice, not a chance. I hate to antagonize conservatives....who am I kidding. I love it. He is a great President and it was not a rebound that got him elected TWICE, it was the fact that the majority of voters are rational, democratic progressives who scoff at rural conservative fanaticism.

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WKnapp

May-19-13 5:07 PM

Unfortunately, the 51% also scoffs at reality, truth, honor, honesty, self-sufficiency, self-reliance and freedom. They are, in short, pathetic.

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Progressive

May-19-13 5:12 PM

Pathetic? Nah. Progressive. You bet.

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WKnapp

May-19-13 5:21 PM

"Fanaticism"? Who are more fanatical than leftists with power? Where do we find more fanaticism than on the left, where they love murdering innocent babies, allowing violent drug dealers to walk the streets and promoting the teaching of religion in public schools? The singlemost dangerous thing for freedom in America is leftists in positions of power.

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gavinf56

May-19-13 5:56 PM

Hmmm, and here I thought the letter was about the one thing the President can do, play basketball.

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CMReeder

May-19-13 6:15 PM

Thge right has become a joke along with the GOP.

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eriklatranyi

May-19-13 6:45 PM

FortySixand2:

You are right. Bush sho8ld have blamed 9/11 on a video and told everyone "it doesn't matter"!

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Bufftrev1

May-19-13 7:30 PM

Wrong again, Erik.. what gw should have done is go after the 9/11 terrorist organizations.. not fabricate a phony case for war with Iraq, in which thousands of Americans died, hundreds of thousands of Iraquis and the bill wasn't paid.

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cheyenne

May-19-13 9:55 PM

FortySixand2- near total economic collapse due to conservative economic policies.

Error.

Near total economic collapse due to housing market crash. Now, check out Time magazine's list of 25 to blame for housing market crisis. Slick Willie Clinton is higher on the list than GWB.

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MrShaman

May-20-13 1:33 PM

"Obviously, a leftist dimwit wrote this drivel. He's correct that Obama is absolutely NOT a great President; he's as extremely far from that as it's possible to be." - WKnapp

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It's gotta be breakin'-your-heart how the federal-deficit is shrinking.

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WKnapp

May-20-13 9:30 PM

Oh, I guess the administration has pulled out the best book cookers they could find, probably the same ones used by Bubba to create the illusion of a budget surplus. Here we are with a post turtle in the Oval Office and creative bookkeepers trying to convince us that unemployment is slowing, inflation will not be a problem and the deficit is shrinking. None of those is true, but they'll find, they hope, enough gullible creatures to fool with their hogwash.

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