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Presto Chango

October 20, 2013

A slippery stage has been somberly set and curtains of continued calamity oppressingly opened for act two as “the great Obama,” predictably prepares tacklessly turning tricks, reclaiming and......

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JohnZook

Oct-21-13 9:58 AM

Sham- does he sound like a "tea-bagger" who listens to "Porky" Limbaugh, watches Faux News, voted for "Little Dumbya", and listened to Cheney as he made huge profits running Halliburton during Bush's illegal Iraq war.

See; Sham's warped Extreme Left-Wing mind.

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JohnZook

Oct-21-13 9:53 AM

I like this guy!!!! He makes reading LTEs fun and understandable. Can't wait for the next one.

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gavinf56

Oct-20-13 10:37 AM

"He thinks he can come down from above, de haut en bas, and play the great reconciler, but you can’t reconcile in absentia. You have to be there. You’ve got to be all over these people.

The paradox of Obama is that he believes in his own magical powers, but then he doesn’t turn up to use them.

There’s nothing wrong with a president breaking a sweat somewhere beyond the basketball court." - MAUREEN DOWD

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underwood

Oct-20-13 10:33 AM

I’d simply say we’re being governed by narrative (propaganda) and manipulation, but I lack the tremendous writing skills of Jeff Auge.

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gavinf56

Oct-20-13 10:33 AM

“He’s been bored to death his whole life,” she said. “He’s just too talented to do what ordinary people do.” - Valerie Jarrett on President Obama

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Scott36

Oct-20-13 10:19 AM

. To me this line of thinking is a way to deflect attention from how poorly the House Republicans performed in their efforts to impact ACA.-DavidBross

If its good(polling wise), its their policies. If its bad(polling wise), It is either the "liberals" fault, "both sides", or as the poster directly below your post claims, its "the medias" fault. Ever the fault of anybody but the Con/tea party. LOL

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gavinf56

Oct-20-13 9:20 AM

What folks don't realize today is that one big reason for gridlock is that both parties are less ideologically diverse. In the 80s there were robust divisions inside both parties and it led to real bipartisan deals. Big Sort on ideology in 90s led to today - Chuck Todd

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DavidBross

Oct-20-13 9:13 AM

This letter is similar to a line of thinking presented by Karl Rove in USA Today this past week. Rove believes that Republicans were tricked by Obama into taking the stances they did during the Government Shutdown. In Rove's case, I find it hard to believe that he was fooled by Obama. After all, there was no mention of being fooled by Rove prior to, or during the shut down. I also find it interesting that folks who thought Obama couldn't walk and chew gum (politically) at the same time now believe he is capable of some pretty sophisticated political maneuvering. To me this line of thinking is a way to deflect attention from how poorly the House Republicans performed in their efforts to impact ACA.

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hopeforfuture

Oct-20-13 8:23 AM

Or how lemming like the left is following blindly as the media leads the way.

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CMReeder

Oct-20-13 7:37 AM

This letter proves how delusional the right is.

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MrShaman

Oct-20-13 7:37 AM

"A slippery stage has been somberly set and curtains of continued calamity oppressingly opened for act two as "the great Obama," predictably prepares tacklessly turning tricks, reclaiming and resurrecting some of the most misgiving magic ever witnessed before our very eyes." - Jeff Auge

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Nahhhhhhhhh...when he got bin Laden, there was no "magic" involved.

UNlike Lil' Dumbya...when Obama had bin Laden "in his sights"...he refused to "bail". George Bush was (more) USED to running....when HE was expected to step-up-to-the-plate.

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See:

The Hunt For Bin Laden - YouTube

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ArtFold

Oct-20-13 6:32 AM

Hold onto your hats because "immigration reform", or more accurately "blanket amnesty for 12-20 million future democrat voters" is on the agenda now. They'll have amnesty by Christmas, (thanks to Santa Obama), right before the next federal government shutdown and with plenty of time to register for next years primary elections in the spring. Plus with amnesty they'll all get to sign up for welfare, too! SHAZAM!

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eriklatranyi

Oct-20-13 5:10 AM

The illusion is assisted by a lapdog media.

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LeisureSuitLarry

Oct-20-13 5:09 AM

Now there's a cool image...

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Capricorn1

Oct-20-13 3:52 AM

Wow, that's deep. LoL I can picture Shaman's head exploding as he reads this.

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USABorn

Oct-20-13 2:09 AM

Wait until the libs bite into this LTE!!!! It was so good, I copied/pasted it to an email and sent it to all on my address list. (With proper attribution, of course.)

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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