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Indo
03-19-2009, 10:00 AM
Not my words...

http://vodpod.com/watch/1375945-alan-keyes-crazy-or-craziest

stlrtruck
03-19-2009, 10:41 AM
Nice find but to be honest this guy sounds like many others who claim that Obama isn't worthy to be President (for various reasons) aren't coming to the table with viable solutions.

If you're going to bitch, moan, and complain about the system come correct and come with a solution.

BrandonCarr39
03-19-2009, 11:11 AM
No-Obama is nothing more than a puppet of the NWO establishment. By and large, the bankers and wealthy elite(i.e. Rockefellers, Kissinger, Rothchilds, Federal Reserve, etc) are running the policies of this world.

When he's seen as a failure in 2012, the country will be turning their attention toward "conservative" Bobby Jindal...only for the status quo to remain the same...then when he fails in 2016, get ready for Angelina Jolie to be our first female President!

stlrtruck
03-19-2009, 12:52 PM
No-Obama is nothing more than a puppet of the NWO establishment. By and large, the bankers and wealthy elite(i.e. Rockefellers, Kissinger, Rothchilds, Federal Reserve, etc) are running the policies of this world.

When he's seen as a failure in 2012, the country will be turning their attention toward "conservative" Bobby Jindal...only for the status quo to remain the same...then when he fails in 2016, get ready for Angelina Jolie to be our first female President!

Dude, that's some good stuff - do you write it yourself :toofunny:

MACH1
03-19-2009, 03:12 PM
http://roguejew.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/epicfail1.jpg

beSteelmyheart
03-19-2009, 05:57 PM
As stupid as the celebrity loving culture is in this country, it wouldn't surprise me at all to see Jolie as Pres sometime in the future.
I didn't read the article because I don't want to go too deeply into the political thing, but I don't see Obama as an abomination. It's ironic that I've used that same word to describe the selfish cow that gave birth to 8 children, but that is another rant.
I'm not too worried about 2012-the Mayans have predicted that's the year when life as we know it will end, so all I care about is having a front row seat.

Dragonrider
03-19-2009, 11:38 PM
I guess you think Bush and Cheney were good for the country. I think you need to first back up your accusation with facts, second give the man enough time to see some results. It is amazing to me that after only two months in office you know what kind of presidency he will have. SMDH!

MACH1
03-20-2009, 12:55 AM
http://www.rr-bb.com/images/smilies/sheepaid.gif

Michael Keller
03-20-2009, 08:29 AM
It is so obvious and perhaps even so crazy what is happening that we do not want to accept it. Oboma is in every way extrmely dangerous, his naive ideology , lack of experience, not any where near as intelligent then I even thought..

In short the media sided with a rock star, and the American people bought it. The fact that the Democratic Party at its time of opportunity could not present better than this is pitiful However I certainly agree that the performance of George Bush was pitiful..

We have to avoid fiding fault with one party or one politican and therfore run to the other party or another politican and conclude that that we have improved ourselves or at least made a more intelligent decsion. It is not that simple.

We have the choice of DUMB OR DUMBER because as a people we are getting what we deserve.

The media has so effectively MANAGED our politcal and cultural paradigm. It appears thzt we can not even be shocked any more by incompetnecy and corruption. If you can"t see "whats happening" now you either like what you are getting, which I guess is acceptable or you are naive. The only hope is that the fire of critcism burns so hot that the political survival instanct forces Oboma to move to the center. I have to have some hope as the elections of 2010 is too far off and too much damage will be done. Perhaps too much has been done. .

Indo
03-20-2009, 12:53 PM
I guess you think Bush and Cheney were good for the country. I think you need to first back up your accusation with facts, second give the man enough time to see some results. It is amazing to me that after only two months in office you know what kind of presidency he will have. SMDH!

Wow

You obviously didn't watch the video

Or even read that I said that those were "Not my words"

I do, however, get a sense----as should you---what kind of Presidency he will have/is having
For starters...and this is a fact....in his first 2 months of Presidency he has DOUBLED the national debt. This country has had a national debt since its inception. That was over 200years ago. In just 2 months the President has doubled that amount.

I would provide you with the link to reference that FACT. But apparently you don't open the links, so I won't bother.

Besides, there are plenty of other threads on this forum that voice concerns about Obama. Bush wasn't perfect, not by a long shot. But Obama just scares me.

I assume you voted for him ( I know, I shouldn't assume). How many of the campaign promises that he made---you know, the ones that compelled you to vote for him----how many of those Promises has he broken in just 2 months?

just curious

SteelCurtain7
03-20-2009, 04:13 PM
http://roguejew.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/epicfail1.jpg

LOLHAMMER!!!!!! All hail the Obamination!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :rofl:

Preacher
03-20-2009, 06:40 PM
Actually, the US has NOT been in debt every since its inception. Late 1800's we were out of debt. Going into WWI we were in a little bit of debt, then it rocketed. It came back down close to no debt until WWII. Then rocketed again.

xfl2001fan
03-20-2009, 08:32 PM
Saw this on a military message board:

TODAY'S PEARL 26FEB09 : WE OFFER SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT TO REITERATE A POINT, IN THE DIRECTION OUR COUNTRY IS HEADING. WE OFFER AN ACRONYM:

OBAMA
ONE
Big
Ass
Mistake
America

LIKE IT OR NOT, THE MISTAKE HAS BEEN MADE AND WE HAVE TO DEAL WITH IT FOR FOUR YEARS UNTIL THE COUNTRY GETS THEIR HEADS OUT OF THEIR ASSes AND NOT LET OUR ONCE GREAT NATION, GET HIJACKED AGAIN !

YESTERDAY'S PEARL 25FEB09 : WHY IS IT THAT SOME PEOPLE DON'T SAY EXACTLY WHAT'S ON THEIR MIND...THEN BLAME US NON-PSYCHICS FOR NOT GIVING THEM EXACTLY WHAT THEY NEED?

7SteelGal43
03-20-2009, 08:58 PM
Obamanation.

devilsdancefloor
03-20-2009, 09:10 PM
http://img03.picoodle.com/img/img03/3/3/20/gumby12001/f_urkelm_16855ed.jpg

tony hipchest
03-20-2009, 09:10 PM
:usa: ObamaNation >>>> SteelerNation :poop:

:wtf:

i cant believe you had the gall to say that on a steelersboard. :thmbdown:

Dragonrider
03-21-2009, 02:16 AM
I saw the keyes response when he first did it. He is a pathetic joke. No one takes his words seriously. I know that it "wasn't your words" but you placed this out for people to see. Yes I did vote for Obama. If you remember, Keyes was brought in to run against him for senator. He was resoundingly defeated. He has never won anything and is about as far out on the fringe as can be.
As for broken promises, yes there have been some. No politician can keep every one he makes. But amazingly, he has kept many that he made. I wish I could remember the source, but it showed that he had kept or put forward legislation to keep quite a few. As for being scared, shrugs, I'm not. What scared me was a president that was stuck on stupid. I don't agree with everything he is pushing, but I am willing to give him a try. With Bush I had a dream the night after he was elected, I woke the next morning and told my wife we were going to war. Guess what? We did.
I can deal with a person that communicates with me like I have a brain. That doesn't say if I disagree I am not a patriot. I served in the Air Force for 16.5 years. Some things won't work, but at least something is being tried. So I will wait and cast my judgment after a suitable period passes.

revefsreleets
03-21-2009, 06:53 AM
Yeah, Alan Keyes is a bit of a nut. While he does make a salient point or two, he's generally steeped in so much fringy weirdness that he impeaches his own overall credibility.

It's like the far religious right making arguments against stem cells: Just because they are wrong about many things (i.e. Creationism vs Evolution), it doesn't mean they are NEVER right...it just makes it harder for them to score points because of their past track history.

xfl2001fan
03-21-2009, 05:28 PM
:wtf:

i cant believe you had the gall to say that on a steelersboard. :thmbdown:

Your lips are moving, but all I hear coming from your mouth is HEEHAW you Jack@$$! :flap:

silver & black
03-21-2009, 07:34 PM
We have the choice of DUMB OR DUMBER because as a people we are getting what we deserve.

"Those who are too smart to engage in politics are punished by being governed by those who are dumber."

- Plato -

devilsdancefloor
03-21-2009, 07:46 PM
"Those who are too smart to engage in politics are punished by being governed by those who are dumber."

- Plato -

http://img15.picoodle.com/img/img15/3/3/21/gumby12001/f_clappingkx0m_87c4d0b.gif

beSteelmyheart
03-21-2009, 08:24 PM
I really did want to resist getting into a political discussion, but for some reason when I imagined McCain as president, having a stroke & seeing a bubblehead leading this country, it was just too much for me & probably for alot of others, too.
Which is the lesser of 2 evils? Who would have been the better "Fall Guy"?

silver & black
03-21-2009, 10:01 PM
I really did want to resist getting into a political discussion, but for some reason when I imagined McCain as president, having a stroke & seeing a bubblehead leading this country, it was just too much for me & probably for alot of others, too. Which is the lesser of 2 evils? Who would have been the better "Fall Guy"?

So, instead of maybe having a "bubble head" running the country if McCain "had a stroke"... you elected a "bubble head" right from the start and just by-passed the if part.... Brilliant! :wink02:

GBMelBlount
03-22-2009, 06:59 AM
Dragonrider

What scared me was a president that was stuck on stupid.

Really?

So stupid that the Anti-Bush is now adopting all of Bush's policies. It may be argued that the people who bought into Obama's "anti-bush, trickle up economics / class envy" election grabbing scheme were the stupid ones.

With Bush I had a dream the night after he was elected, I woke the next morning and told my wife we were going to war. Guess what? We did.

Wow. That's really cool.

The night before the last election I told my wife I had a dream that my ass was hurting. Guess what?

MACH1
03-22-2009, 11:44 AM
What scared me was a president that was stuck on stupid.

Stupid enough to pass a trillion dollar spendulus bill without even reading it first?
Stupid enough to even think about having our servicemen pay their own medical for getting injured protecting your freedoms?

cubanstogie
03-22-2009, 01:28 PM
So, instead of maybe having a "bubble head" running the country if McCain "had a stroke"... you elected a "bubble head" right from the start and just by-passed the if part.... Brilliant! :wink02:

couldn't have said it better myself. Pretty scary logic by these dumb liberals. A lot of them actually believed that Obama was going to save them. I have said it a million times no one takes accountability.

GBMelBlount
03-22-2009, 02:11 PM
couldn't have said it better myself. Pretty scary logic by these dumb liberals. A lot of them actually believed that Obama was going to save them. I have said it a million times no one takes accountability.

I don't think most liberals are dumb. I think Tony, Dom, Besteel & many others are quite smart. I just don't agree with their reasoning in many cases. Again, liberalism makes sense in theory, but unfortunately, in reality, it almost always does more harm than good and usually with collateral damage to individual freedom and liberty. If you look at history, excessive liberalism has led to the downfall of many great cultures and civilizations. And I feel it is getting quite excessive now.