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  1. Humiliation, guilt, outrage….it’s the *liberal* way.

    Comment by Alan — January 17, 2013 @ 10:35 am - January 17, 2013

  2. …Barack Obama begins his second term with a strategy to defeat and humiliate Republicans rather than a strategy to govern.

    Because if he can destroy the Republican Party, the Progressives will gain permanent one-party rule. And he’s succeeding. The Republicans are eating each other, and their communication skills are non-existent.

    Eric Hines

    Comment by E Hines — January 17, 2013 @ 11:35 am - January 17, 2013

  3. And this from a man who promised to end the divisive politics of the past.

    Saddam Hussein, Pol Pot, Mao, Hitler, Stalin, Franco, Salazar, Castro, Chavez, Peron, Mubarak, Q’daffy, Amadinnerjacket, Kim ill-Junk, Hirohito, and many others brought an end to divisive politics.

    Comment by heliotrope — January 17, 2013 @ 11:46 am - January 17, 2013

  4. Exactly, Heliotrope. When there is no opposition, there is no division.

    Comment by V the K — January 17, 2013 @ 12:18 pm - January 17, 2013

  5. Has anything that we were told about Obama in 2008 (as reasons why He is wonderful) turned out to be true?

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — January 17, 2013 @ 12:25 pm - January 17, 2013

  6. Obama is petulant and petty.

    He reminds me of the high school jock who thinks he is far more important than he really is, and cuts down others to impress his clique.

    Comment by Just Me — January 17, 2013 @ 12:38 pm - January 17, 2013

  7. Gosh — I’m rather enjoying seeing a bunch of partisan liberal hacks defend a Republican for a change.

    Comment by Ignatius — January 17, 2013 @ 12:48 pm - January 17, 2013

  8. Useful idiots like Michael Barone act surprised. As if we don’t know Obama is an Alinskyite dedicated to revolution. Men like Barone live and breathe the Georgetown cocktail circuit. They bow and scrape to liberal Washington hostesses. He’d never call Obama a communist pig. Never call out his black militancy. But like everyone else, he’ll face a death panel. He isn’t rich enough to avoid it.

    Barone knows what Obama is. Where he comes from. He’s aware that New England Marxists and black militants rule Washington. Barone is “troubled” that Obama ignores the opposition. Poor baby. If he’s that useless, he deserves a black triangle. Ultimately men like Barone have doomed us. He lives a charmed life at the expense of us all.

    It’s as if gentlemen Republicans have never opened a history book. Leftists would see them hang from streetlamps. This goes for Charles Krauthammer as well. They’d roll him into the Potomac. Both men are aging – Obamacare takes affect 2014. Within five years healthcare will openly target the elderly. As they become old men, they’ll regret going soft on Obama.

    Comment by Gary Cole (exleftist.com) — January 17, 2013 @ 1:16 pm - January 17, 2013

  9. Obama has has taken advantage of the the dichotomy in the Republican Party to his advantage. He is en route to becoming America´s first dictator. Some have defined his actions as an imperial presidency, but his hubris is more like that of Adolph Hitler. If there should be a financial crisis in the country there is a good chance that he will impose martial law and suspend the Constitution. The OWS demonstrations in Oakland is a only a fore taste of what could happen in may metropolitan areas of the country.

    Comment by Roberto — January 17, 2013 @ 1:22 pm - January 17, 2013

  10. I think Obama’s re-election has convinced the left that they are invincible. You look at Andrew Cuomo, who wants to be president, and the Draconian gun law he just passed, and you realize they don’t even care about the center anymore. They figure as long as they keep benefits flowing to the parasite class, they can get away with anything.

    And they are probably right, at least in the short term.

    Comment by V the K — January 17, 2013 @ 1:23 pm - January 17, 2013

  11. “Thus on the “fiscal cliff” [Speaker Boehner] left the unpleasant business of listening to others’ views and reaching agreement to [Mitch McConnell].”

    Comment by Passing By — January 17, 2013 @ 1:41 pm - January 17, 2013

  12. I think Obama’s re-election has convinced the left that they are invincible. You look at Andrew Cuomo, who wants to be president, and the Draconian gun law he just passed, and you realize they don’t even care about the center anymore. They figure as long as they keep benefits flowing to the parasite class, they can get away with anything.

    I think it is this way of thinking that is going to come back and bite them. They have that “permanent majority” thing stuck in their brains much like the GOP did after a couple of big elections. We see where that way of thinking got the GOP.

    I do think the democrats will have the urban advantage, but outside of Obama I am not convinced a far left candidate-especially a white one-is going to get that kind of lock step voting.

    Comment by Just Me — January 17, 2013 @ 2:19 pm - January 17, 2013

  13. Obama is doing so much damage that the normal rules do not apply. Obamacare made us state property. Americans are bleeding wealth. Plus the demographic shift is changing America’s DNA. Hispanics demand Hispanic leaders. They won’t vote for white Northeast liberals. The Left either doesn’t realize this or has factored in ethnic cleansing. Believe it or not. But know white liberals will never cede power to the brown man. Michael Barone knows this but doesn’t realize it.

    Comment by Gary Cole (exleftist.com) — January 17, 2013 @ 4:02 pm - January 17, 2013

  14. In totally agreeing with Gary Cole, #8, It has always amazed me how all these “inside the beltway” Republicans, Republican elites, and the pseudo Republican media pundits are shocked by the evil dastardly things obama says and does. It’s as if they have lived in a cave these past 4 years and the 2 year run up to the election in ’08. Obama has been an open book for a long time that he is a communist/socialist/black racist. It’s not going to change, it is only going to get worse.

    Not to sound to over the top, but obama is the MOST dangerous person on the planet. The middle east is on fire, the planet’s greatest economic giant is being brought to it’s knees, and every “two-bit” dictator or bad guy is contemplating mayhem and destruction. And our “Republican” leaders are shocked! Give me a f-cking break.

    Comment by mixitup — January 17, 2013 @ 4:36 pm - January 17, 2013

  15. I’ve for a long while warned of our Wiemar-period was about to occur. Yet watching the posturing and rapid trashing of the Second Amendment this week I’m suddenly puzzled if perhaps we are already past our own “Reichstag Fire”-moment.

    Eighty years ago;
    Jan 20th -President Federal Chancellor sworn-in
    Feb 27 – Reichstag Fire.
    Feb 28 – Reichstag Decree of extra-constitutional powers.
    Mar 5 – Special Election giving the ruling party a majority.
    Mar 25 – Enabling Act for Rule by Executive Order Decree.
    Mar 27 – Dictatorship…

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 17, 2013 @ 5:32 pm - January 17, 2013

  16. Ted B, how can you say such an awful, awful thing. I mean, Obama surrounded himself with children yesterday. A man can’t be a fascist dictator if he can surround himself with smiling children. Right?

    Comment by V the K — January 17, 2013 @ 5:40 pm - January 17, 2013

  17. SHORT VERSION…Obama is an asshole

    Comment by fsm_47 — January 17, 2013 @ 6:06 pm - January 17, 2013

  18. A man can’t be a fascist dictator if he can surround himself with smiling children. Right?”

    Comment by Passing By — January 17, 2013 @ 6:15 pm - January 17, 2013

  19. I knew what kind of person he was when he flipped off his opponents and claimed he was just scratching himself. He timed the “scratching” to pauses in his speeches just after mentioning opponents’ names and tittered as the audience laughed at what they saw. A small man.

    Comment by eeyore — January 17, 2013 @ 7:11 pm - January 17, 2013

  20. “Here’s the thing about George W. Bush: He didn’t land on an aircraft carrier every damned day.” – Kevin Williamson

    Comment by V the K — January 17, 2013 @ 8:00 pm - January 17, 2013

  21. Humiliating the Opposition, it’s the Obama Way

    Yep.

    To this Passing Gas, the Obamanaut, ventures forth thus:

    “Thus on the “fiscal cliff” [Speaker Boehner] left the unpleasant business of listening to others’ views and reaching agreement to [Mitch McConnell].”

    If there is such a thing as a human non sequitur, Passing Gas is it.

    So, why would Passing Gas miss the mark by so many miles? Easy. Obama’s natural villainy is indefensible by anyone who has a shred of decency.

    And there you have it. Passing Gas is not really up to the task of carrying Obama and all his works.

    Comment by heliotrope — January 17, 2013 @ 9:02 pm - January 17, 2013

  22. Passing Gas’s game of “Substitute Democrat Name with Republican Name” game was childish the first time she did it. After 30-40 times, you have to wonder if we are dealing with someone who has some…. er… developmental issues.

    Comment by V the K — January 17, 2013 @ 9:28 pm - January 17, 2013

  23. My god
    The fear and paranoia around here seems to top the wacko libs during Bush II. I am highly confident a search of some lib site would have this same motif but replace Obama with Bush.
    The difference?
    You don’t like Obama but you liked Bush (who grew government more and took aware more liberties with the patriot act than Obama but you voted for Bush…)

    Is Obama a great president? Probably not. Is he better than Romney would’ve been? Of course.
    And Obama does have some great accomplishments
    Health care, Killing Osama, ending two wars, bringing the fight to The terrorists doorsteps instead of waiting for them to come here, he has slowed the growth of government, and he helped pull American out of a rescission and he has cut some spending (he claims over 1 trillion dollars!)
    Hiring is coming back. House prices are slowly climbing, and so far the gov is growing.

    What needs to happen now? He needs to cut more spending which I firmly believe will happen if the republicans start letting go of their insane dreams of nuclear cuts and allow for a slow decrease in government.

    I fail to understand why he receives 0 credit from you folks over his spending cuts and his slowing the growth of gov. He has slowed government growth more than anyone since the 1950s…

    Comment by mike — January 17, 2013 @ 9:28 pm - January 17, 2013

  24. Welcome back, Liberace.

    Comment by V the K — January 17, 2013 @ 9:47 pm - January 17, 2013

  25. You don’t like Obama but you liked Bush (who grew government more and took aware more liberties with the patriot act than Obama but you voted for Bush…)

    Comment by mike — January 17, 2013 @ 9:28 pm – January 17, 2013

    Deluded.

    The Debt rose $4.899 trillion during the two terms of the Bush presidency. It has now gone up $4.939 trillion since President Obama took office.

    The latest posting from the Bureau of Public Debt at the Treasury Department shows the National Debt now stands at $15.566 trillion. It was $10.626 trillion on President Bush’s last day in office, which coincided with President Obama’s first day.

    The National Debt also now exceeds 100% of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product, the total value of goods and services.

    Simply and completely deluded.

    First the Obama administration defended warrantless wiretapping on state-secrets grounds. Now the ACLU has released a trove of Justice Department records showing – in the ACLU’s words – a “huge increase in warrantless electronic surveillance” from 2009 to 2011. The documents show an explosion in the use of “pen register” and “trap and trace” surveillance. Those forms of spying record information such as who is calling (or emailing) whom and for how long, but not the content of the conversation.

    Since content isn’t recorded, the legal bar is set lower, and the surveillance might be technically legal. That shouldn’t get anyone off the hook: The Bush administration claimed waterboarding was technically legal, too. Now the ACLU says “more people were subjected to [warrantless] pen register and trap and trace surveillance in the past two years than in the entire previous decade.” Email surveillance, the civil-liberties group says, is “increasing exponentially.”

    II fail to understand why he receives 0 credit from you folks over his spending cuts and his slowing the growth of gov. He has slowed government growth more than anyone since the 1950s…

    Comment by mike — January 17, 2013 @ 9:28 pm – January 17, 2013

    Of course you don’t, mike.

    That’s because all you do is repeat Barack Obama’s lies.

    Finally, Obama claims that “we have actually seen the federal government grow at a slower pace than at any time since Dwight Eisenhower.” We regret to say that the president is repeating a widely debunked column that appeared on MarketWatch earlier this year. We devoted three columns to the column’s faulty logic, and FactCheck.org and the Associated Press also said it was bunk. (PolitiFact said it was “half true.”)

    Not to get too deep in the weeds again, but the claim is based on treating 2009 (as we said, an amalgam of Bush and Obama policies) as actually Bush’s year, and then ignoring Obama’s proposed spending increases in the future. Such calculations help to dramatically shrink the growth of spending under Obama relative to other presidents.

    In short, mike, you can’t make a factual or intelligent argument. All you can do is repeat debunked Obama talking points and lies and then wonder why we don’t buy it.

    Now run away. We’re used to this tactic of “progressives” like yourself, which is to spew your lies and then refuse to answer when confronted with facts.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — January 17, 2013 @ 10:05 pm - January 17, 2013

  26. The fear and paranoia around here seems to top the wacko libs during Bush II. I am highly confident a search of some lib site would have this same motif but replace Obama with Bush.

    Comment by mike — January 17, 2013 @ 9:28 pm – January 17, 2013

    Unfortunately, mike, that’s another lie and delusion on your part, given what you and your fellow liberals were doing.

    And the hilarity of watching the same liberals and “progressives” like yourself that were calling Bush Hitler and screaming for him to be assassinated now yelling that any criticism of the President is mental illness, paranoia, and racism has us laughing over and over and over again at your attempts to shore up the collapsing facade of your delusions.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — January 17, 2013 @ 10:53 pm - January 17, 2013

  27. Those of us who aren’t slobbering cultists or low-information voters recognize Obama’s budgets represent massive increases over what was spent even under Bush. Lefties create this delusion by pretending that FY2009 (when Government spending jumped dramatically) was a “Bush Budget” even though it was passed by a Democrat Congress and signed by Barack Obama.

    Since then, no budgets have been passed, because that massive increase in FY2009 has become the new Federal baseline. He got all of his massive increase in the first year, and blamed Bush for it.

    Since then, he has offer no non-military cuts, opposed any and all entitlement reform, demanded $50 Billion in new Stimulus spending, demanded a “Hurricane Sandy Relief Bill” that contained more unrelated pork than Sandy Relief, and is on track to add nearly $10 Trillion in debt over the life of his presidency.

    And in Mugabe-like fashion, he has doled out billions and billions of dollars to his cronies in the public employee unions, the UAW, and “green energy” industry.

    And mike sits back with his feather boa and candelabra and feigns shock and indignation that no one applauds Obama’s “fiscal restraint.”

    Deluded.

    Comment by V the K — January 17, 2013 @ 11:29 pm - January 17, 2013

  28. Is Obama a great president? Probably not. Is he better than Romney would’ve been? Of course.

    Um and your facts to back this up?

    This of course is opinion but my opinion is that Romney is at least a nice person, and isn’t petty or petulant and doesn’t act like a spoiled child or have a Messiah complex. Obama is petty, petulant, spoiled and believes he is the savior of the world.

    I also don’t think Obama knows how to negotiate or compromise and he definitely seems more interested in campaigning rather than governing. He didn’t do much governing as a senator and he isnt’ do much as a president.

    He also doesn’t really seem to want to get along.

    Comment by Just Me — January 18, 2013 @ 12:22 am - January 18, 2013

  29. Mitt Romney, tough politically flawed, was a good and decent man. And he, unlike Obama, understands and respects how the free market works. Under Romney, we would have had at least the possibility of a rollback of Obama’s crushing regulations, and possibly some fiscal restraint. There was at least the possibility of growth in the private sector.

    But people like Liberace decided they would rather have free contraception, Obamaphones, and subsidies for Big Bird.

    Comment by V the K — January 18, 2013 @ 12:26 am - January 18, 2013

  30. “If there is such a thing as a human non sequitur, [Heliotroppo] is it. So, why would [Heliotroppo] miss the mark by so many miles? Easy. [Republican’s political extremists'] natural villainy is indefensible by anyone who has a shred of decency…”

    “[Passing Gas]’s game of “[Attempt to link Obama to Hitler]” was childish the first time she did it. … you have to wonder if we are dealing with someone who has some…. er… developmental issues.”

    Comment by Passing By — January 18, 2013 @ 1:16 am - January 18, 2013

  31. And by its predictability, ye shall know it. The human non sequitur known as Passing Gas has wound itself up and walking into a wall for our entertainment and amusement. It is the sum of its accomplishments.

    I will proffer that Passing Gas has a splint on his finger. All day, all night it is seeking out little children and inviting them to pull its finger! It is more than a tired addiction, Passing Gas has to have the physical relief of passing gas in order to move on.org.

    Comment by heliotrope — January 18, 2013 @ 9:48 am - January 18, 2013

  32. Soon, within 18-months, we will become like Great Britain…a surveillance state…with CCTV cameras in every public place, shop and school…for our own safety of-course.

    Because no act of public security is too-much to ensure the safety of our children.

    Not much long after the population will be “voluntarily disarmed” when the State comes INTO their homes to install their personal-security cameras…for their own good don’cha-know. Can’t have people consuming too-much sugar or or those dangerous trans-fats in the privacy of their own homes.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 18, 2013 @ 10:36 am - January 18, 2013

  33. It is by no stretch of the imagination that the post-election arrogance and hubris is Hitlerian. Rep. Jay Sandoval, a Democrat, plans to offer an amendment to repeal the Twenty Second Amendment to allow Obama a Third and possibly more terms as POTUS. (That is how Hugo Chavez has remained in power for so long.) As long as he avoids Congress and spends the nation into financial oblivion, that will cause riots, as happened in Greece and Spain, it will give him an opportunity to impose martial law and suspend the Constitution. Four years ago, we would not have thought this, but the signs are here. This is a dictatorship in process.

    Comment by Roberto — January 18, 2013 @ 12:47 pm - January 18, 2013

  34. Anyone who isn’t a cultist cannot help but be struck by Obama’s utter indifference to fiscal realities. (“We don’t have a spending problem.”) It stands in sharp contrast to his balls-to-the-wall efforts to push gun control and Amnesty.

    Anyone who isn’t a cultist would question whether Amnesty and Gun Control are more important than deficit reduction and restoring the economy.

    Comment by V the K — January 18, 2013 @ 12:58 pm - January 18, 2013

  35. Things to remember, devaluing currency by unrestrained printing, creating fiscal cliffs, gun control, Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany, the U.S.A. ¨Those who are unable to remember the past are condemned to repeat it.¨Jorge Santayana.

    When Republicans cave in to Obama´s threats that they will be to blame for the financial crisis and increase the debt limit without spending cuts. ¨When statesmen forsake their conscience for the sake of their public duties lead their country by the short route to chaos.¨St. or Sir Thomas Moore.

    On gun control, ¨Those who are willing to surrender an essential liberty to obtain a little temporary security, deserve neither security nor liberty.¨Ben Franklin. Voices of wisdom all. Are we listening?

    Comment by Roberto — January 18, 2013 @ 2:03 pm - January 18, 2013

  36. If Obama’s reckless, irresponsible spending and fascist power grabs accelerate the divorce of the red and blue states, bring it on!

    Comment by V the K — January 18, 2013 @ 2:13 pm - January 18, 2013

  37. So, How about that creepy Obamacult Newsweek cover?

    Comment by V the K — January 18, 2013 @ 5:07 pm - January 18, 2013

  38. I will be able to handle the next four years by turning on the mute button whenever the President speaks to his servants, ummm, citizens.

    Comment by davinci — January 19, 2013 @ 12:25 pm - January 19, 2013

  39. I will spend the next four years stocking up on freeze dried food and ammo, and looking for some farmland to buy.

    Comment by V the K — January 19, 2013 @ 1:26 pm - January 19, 2013

  40. I may celebrate the coronation re-inauguration of The Won by doing some digging in the backyard. Four-inch PVC pipe and screw-cap ends are cheap…and available in convenient lengths at the local HomoDepot.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 19, 2013 @ 10:52 pm - January 19, 2013

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