Our next president
Posted by jj&j (+64) 7 years ago
I propose we elect someone that promises (or will be impeached) to ban phone telemarketers. And yes I have the useless Do Not Call. A promise like that may just get someone elected with our political environment.
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Posted by Elizabeth Emilsson (+787) 7 years ago
I'm sure we can find someone to run who will take on the telemarketers. I just hope she or he won't get sidetracked with mundane things like the spread of Ebola or Iraq or other parts of the world in total collapse.
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Posted by Oddjob (+183) 7 years ago
We don't need to wait for the next President. The current President's job is apparently to ignore Iraq, Ebola, Syria, Egypt, Libya, Israel, Gaza, Russia, the Ukraine, the IRS, job creation, the tanking economy, the southern boarder, etc.; and he's doing a damn fine job of it.

The important thing is though, he's having a good time fiddling in Martha's Vineyard while the world burns down around him.
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Posted by Tom Masa (+2052) 7 years ago
your f****n nuts!!!

[This message has been edited by Tom Masa (8/12/2014)]
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Posted by Bridgier (+9224) 7 years ago
what a moran.
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Posted by David Schott (+17178) 7 years ago
It must suck to be "Nutjob".
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Posted by redmondroughneck (+75) 7 years ago
Our current President is missing in action. Actually he isn't missing . . . he's on the golf course.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5096) 7 years ago
Or clearing brush.

Or hiding at Offutt Air Force Base on 9/11

Oops. Wrong guy.
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Posted by Bruce Wilson (+53) 7 years ago
Amen Oddjob, well spoken!
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Posted by Mary B. (+203) 7 years ago


http://www.huffingtonpost...42452.html

Ari Fleischer, press secretary for George W. Bush, used the paradoxical phrase “working vacations” in 2001 to explain the newly inaugurated president's decision to spend 30 days in Texas less than six months after he entered office. Fleischer’s successors stuck to that script, employing the same phrase in 2005, the year that Bush's total vacation days eclipsed Ronald Reagan's total for his entire presidency. (Bush eventually racked up 879, compared to Reagan's 335.)
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Posted by Renegade (+72) 7 years ago
Finally someone on this site that makes sense. You notice how the liberals only respond by cussing and calling names.
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Posted by redmondroughneck (+75) 7 years ago
President Obama was elected 5 1/2 years ago. Does anyone know when he is supposed to report for his 1st day of work?
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6166) 7 years ago
I think you mean Dubya, and he's no longer President.
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Posted by Bridgier (+9224) 7 years ago
oh those shiftless blahs, AMIRITE?

Why don't you own your opinion, mr. roughneck? Let us take a peek under the hood, so to speak....
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14970) 7 years ago
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Posted by Joe Whalen (+614) 7 years ago
For the lazy & shiftless among the tea party troll(s) on milescity.com. Look! There's even a shiny Marine helicopter in the background to help you stay focused.

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Posted by Elizabeth Emilsson (+787) 7 years ago
I read in today's Denver Post that Obama has been dealing with problems in Northern Iraq. Odd job, Why don't you look up how many vacations Obama has taken the versus the number Dubya has taken over the same period of time. Your opinions would have more merit if you backed them up with facts..
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Posted by redmondroughneck (+75) 7 years ago
It's a good thing that the President and his staff watch the evening news so they know what is happening in the world.
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Posted by Mary B. (+203) 7 years ago
Redmond and Oddjob, did you criticize George W. Bush for the same thing?
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Posted by redmondroughneck (+75) 7 years ago
As an independent I criticize equally. My wish would be that we have a new President in 2016 and 535 new members of the house and senate as well. Vote all of them out and start over.
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Posted by tab fleming (+81) 7 years ago
I'm with you on that statement roughneck.
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Posted by Oddjob (+183) 7 years ago
It isn't about vacations. Its about the current Persident doing nothing while thousands are slaughtered by Islamists radicals. He didn't do diddly until he pissed off the Pope. Didn't know that anybody could do that, but BO managed.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14970) 7 years ago
Well, that's what "Persident's" do...
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Posted by Joe Whalen (+614) 7 years ago
We argue that the Tea Party is better understood as a reactionary conservative force. It prefers the sorts of dramatic changes that threaten the stability traditional conservatives usually seek to preserve. Reactionary conservatives fear losing their way of life amid social change. To preserve their group’s social prestige, they’re willing to undermine long-established norms and institutions. Furthermore, reactionary conservatives are more likely to subscribe to conspiracy theories as a means of explaining the perceived erosion of their dominance. Reactionary conservatives will, therefore, claim that their “enemies” are destroying their way of life. Compromise is commensurate with defeat, not political expediency. Proper capitalization, punctuation, spelling or sentence structure is identified with effete elitism and never to be publicly observed [emphasis added].


http://www.washingtonpost...ive-force/
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Posted by Bridgier (+9224) 7 years ago
Oh my god, he pissed off the Pope? Do you know how many divisions that guy's got? Barry Sotoro is totally fubar now.
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Posted by Tomm (-1031) 7 years ago
If the tea party is hurting the republican party, why are all the far left wacko's so afraid of them. They should be supporting them.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17485) 7 years ago
I don't think any of us Far Left Wackos are afraid of the Tea Party. We laugh at them because they are so incredibly stupid.
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Posted by Tomm (-1031) 7 years ago
I am glad you recognize yourself as a wacko

[This message has been edited by Tomm (8/19/2014)]
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17485) 7 years ago
I am very comfortable in who I am, and can identify with most any term applied towards me, negative or positive in connotation, as long it makes the more fearful amongst us more calm and settled.

That is the way my mother brought me up.
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Posted by Elizabeth Emilsson (+787) 7 years ago
Thanks, son. I'm so proud of you.
I hope you and Karen enjoyed happy anniversary.
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