Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Take Your Pick


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sooner or later the Obama/Biden thinkers will realize that bashing Romney's time at Bain will result in a backlash. But then again, they don't really have anything positive to run on so negatives are the only opportunity to try to save Mr. Obama and Mr. Biden's jobs.

May 23, 2012 at 10:20 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for once again proving that people like you, on the right, don't consider the killing of Bin Laden to be something positive.
Ending the war in Iraq as something positive. The Lilly Ledbetter act guaranteeing equal pay for women a positive. Gen. Powell recently outlined what he considered Obama's positives. I guess you weren't listening. But then it's hard to listen when your head is burried in the sand.

May 24, 2012 at 10:17 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

People like you? Who is "you"? Maybe it is the person who forgot to remind his or herself that he or she needs to remember that whatever General Powel says must be accepted as truth. Maybe he or she is still looking on his or herself for the positives. Yes, getting Bin Laden was a good thing. But to say that this was solely an Obama achievement is true fiction. Equal pay for women a positive? If that was the fact, why is the Obama led majority Senate now facing challenges about disparity between men and women staffers' compensation? Okay, I know the facts aren't what the facts are, the facts are what people perceive them to be. Good luck with your inaccurate perceptions of reality.

May 24, 2012 at 8:44 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can't have it both ways. You said the administration has nothing positive to run on. Then you say getting Bin Laden was a good thing. So that makes it a positive. But Obama isn't allowed to use it? Sorry pal, but the whole world was watching. Obama risked his presidency to fulfill a promise to get Bin Laden, and he has everyright to use it. And there's nothing you or anyone else can do to take that away from him. Bush said Bin Laden was no longer a priority to him. Romney backed out of the getting Bin Laden thing too. Obama was the only one with enough balls to get the job done. Suck it up Anon.

May 25, 2012 at 6:05 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And Obama promised, in fact made it a cornerstone of his candidacy in 2008 to close Guantanamo. Guess he didn't have the balls to do so yet because it is still open and the trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is underway at that facility. So, I agree, you can't have it both ways, Dude.

May 26, 2012 at 9:28 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry Dude, but you're the one who said they don't have anything really positive to run on. Not me.
I didn't say he was perfect or that he did everything he said he would do. But there are positives. And after 8 years of a President who took this country into a bogus war in Iraq (read the Sun. Inquirer Currents section about Powell) and brought to the brink of economic disaster, I'm pleased with the job that he's done.

May 27, 2012 at 12:48 AM 
Blogger jake said...

Compare Romney's 70% success rate at Bain to Obama 0% success rate as President. Hell, a Chief Executive able to read a financial statement will be a big improvement.

Now consider the $11.35 billion in loan guarantees and grants to green energy programs, given out to the Obama contributors who raised $457,834 for his campaign.

These play-for-pay contributors represented 71% of the dollars disbursed.

Presently, the non-partisan Inspector General's office of the Energy Department has launched more than 100 investigation into these green energy scams.

In the future, Obama and green energy will be synonyms for incompetence and corruption.

May 27, 2012 at 3:27 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The well handled diplomatic issue of Chinese disident Chen. Another positive for the administration. They just keep racking them up.

May 28, 2012 at 11:25 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes Jake. Bain Capital. A business that "undermined capitalism" A company that "destroyed jobs"

“Show me somebody who has consistently made money while losing money for workers and I’ll show you someone who has undermined capitalism. … That’s an indefensible model." - Newt Gingrich.

May 29, 2012 at 9:11 PM 

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