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Romney is suffering from Romnesia?? Oh my gawd!! Not Romnesia!! But yes, luckily Mr.Obama has correctly diagnosed Mitt Romney's illness!! Now I can sleep better at night! I hope Mr.Romney can sleep better too!

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Sounds like Obama is trying to tie Romnesia to Amnesia.

A great sense of humor and it hits the nail to head. ;)

Amnesia is defined as

1: loss of memory due usually to brain injury, shock, fatigue, repression, or illness

2: a gap in one's memory

3: the selective overlooking or ignoring of events or acts that are not favorable or useful to one's purpose or position

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“I think it’s called Romnesia,” he said to hoots and applause from the crowd.

And he had a good follow up to that : "If you come down with a case of Romnesia ... here's the good news: Obamacare covers pre-existing conditions."

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Will catching Romnesia help me forgot how bad the economy has been the past 4 years?

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@sailwind--Will catching Romnesia help me forgot how bad the economy has been the past 4 years?

Actually, it will help you forget that the neo-liberal economic policies of previous presidents over the past 30 years, which Romney and Obama support, are what's behind a bad economy over the past 4 years and the next 4 years and beyond.

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“He’s forgetting what his own positions are, and he’s betting that you will, too. I mean, he’s changing up so much and backtracking and sidestepping."

At this point Romney could come out and say he's a gay, pro-choice Socialist and conservatIves would still sell their souls to support him

Not because they like Mitt Romney because, of course, hardly any of them do.

No, because they support the same women-oppressing, bankrupt ideology embraced by the far right - the same idiot ideology that bows down to entirely unprovable god and that tanked the economy in 2008.

Good luck with that.

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Obama accuses Republican rival of suffering 'Romnesia'

An elephant never forgets :

In the final minute of his closing statement at the NY debate:

"I believe in self-reliance and individual initiative and risk takers being rewarded,"

http://www.thefiscaltimes.com/Articles/2012/10/18/Obama-Wants-to-Go-Forward-but-Hasnt-Told-Us-Where.aspx#S8Fzj38s4YBbx96d.99

"If you've got a business - you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen." -Barack Obama

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Advanced Romnesia's also about blaming the recession that started umder the last guy on the next guy, conveniently forgetting to protest when one of your own comes out and talks about 'legitimate rape' and mis-rememberImg that - hey - women actually have rights too!

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“He’s forgetting what his own positions are, and he’s betting that you will, too. I mean, he’s changing up so much and backtracking and sidestepping."

Yeah, Obama is known to have that problem, it's cerebral.

At this point Romney could come out and say he's a gay, pro-choice Socialist and conservatIves would still sell their souls to support him

No, you know how we feel about Obama, except on the gay part.

Not because they like Mitt Romney because, of course, hardly any of them do.

Maybe NOT, but when it comes to the economy, they trust him more than Obama, that's already evident and been proven time and time again.

No, because they support the same women-oppressing, bankrupt ideology embraced by the far right - the same idiot ideology that bows down to entirely unprovable god and that tanked the economy in 2008.

Woman oppressing? Hmmm...Anita Dunn clearly stated:

'I was dumbfounded. It wasn't like they were being deliberately sexist. It's just there was no-one offering a female perspective.' 'The president has a real woman problem.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2038386/Obamas-White-House-hostile-environment-women-treated-like-meat.html

Also, Obama has a bad habit of calling women "sweetie" now that is a real serious problem with women and a total lack of disrespect towards women. So before you go making false accusations on Romney, take a look at your president. Throwing Hilary under the bus. I think it's clear, Obama is the one with the serious women problem.

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Romnesia. I love it.

Face it: We got a better team. A much better team.

And that is why we are winning.

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And that is why we are winning.

Hmmm, that's not what the polls are saying. Winning is a ten point lead or more, NOT a tie or a neck and neck, that's just running EVEN.

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Obama: "If you've got a business - you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen."

I bet Obama would like everyone to get Romnesia on that one. Or this one ( talking about the Rev Jeremiah Wright - "a friend and a great leader."

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Pamelot, yes, Romney may have said, "I believe in self-reliance and individual initiative and risk takers being rewarded," but if you think about it for a mere second, it's obvious he doesn't.

He'd rather slash benefits, entitlements (money people themselves paid and are thus Entitled to because it's there's) and investments in America, the very things that create the environment and give people the financial space to exercise initiative.

Pamelot, you just got blinded by Mitt's empty rhetoric.

Sorry about that. :-)

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Bass - "Maybe NOT, but when it comes to the economy, they trust him more than Obama, that's already evident and been proven time and time again."

Haha, looks like you've been blindsided by Mitt's sparkling smile, tidy hair and well pressed suits.

Mitt wants a repeat of bUsH's failed policies. That's not rhetoric - that's reality.

Slash regulations, trickle up, hammer the lower and middle classes.

Mitt is bUsh with bells on.

You know this. You're smarter than this.

Aren't you?

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Obama accuses Republican rival of suffering 'Romnesia''

Romnesia is an "Obamanation".

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Pamelot, yes, Romney may have said, "I believe in self-reliance and individual initiative and risk takers being rewarded," but if you think about it for a mere second, it's obvious he doesn't.

Obama said it.

Did you not see the debate or do you too, forget?

It would be easy to assume that Mitt said it, as it is a conservative notion-

But it came from outta "left" field from Mr. "You Didn't Build That".

Talk about empty rhetoric.

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@Sushi

Sorry, but that train has left the building, NO one and I will say that again, NO one is listening to those Bush talking points, played out. You think what you want about Romney, but the polls and the American people are thinking differently.

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I guess no one writes articles favorable for Romney cause they sure don't get reprinted on Japan Today (evident for anyone who scrolls through the "World" section). It says tons about the editorial bias of the site and even more about journalistic standards. It also begs the question of bias in other areas of reporting. However, the good news is that many so-called "news" sites could become the "opposition" after November 6. That should be interesting.

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@Sai

So very, very true.

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This Romnesia is a FTD; Foxnews Transmitted Disease

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Sai,

wah wah wah. All you conservative types love to cry the victim if things do not go your way. Accusing JT as being biased is just crazy talk. You either have been on this board for three minutes or you are in the familiar republican bubble with make believe issues and made up facts. That is why you will lose this November.

Reality as we all know does have a liberal bias.

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I heard 'Romnesia' used to describe someone who preaches the ideas of self-reliance and attacking the lazy poor while forgetting that they were born with an enormous silver spoon. Gina Rinehart suffered from this disorder.

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Obama is trying to make Americans forget about his lying. Somebody should create a name for Obama's maneuvers to make the American public forget about his misdoings and focus on something else ... like his coined word "Romnesia."

What is going on with Obama's Libya fiasco is worse than the Watergate coverup, the Monica Lewinski lying (by Bill Clinton) and the numerous lies that keep coming out of the Obama camp. Yet nobody seems to be taking Obama to task for the Libyan mess. Where are the New York Times ... the Washington Post ... and all those other newspapers that reported the truth with the Pentagon Papers, the Watergate scandal, the Lewinski mess and the Bush lies over the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq? Why are they letting Obama and his cronies, including Hillary Clinton, off the hook? I just hope their reporters are busily digging away trying to uncover some inside stuff on the Obama going ons ...

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SushiSake3Oct. 20, 2012 - 09:45AM JST : No, because they support the same women-oppressing, bankrupt ideology embraced by the far right - the same idiot ideology that bows down to entirely unprovable god and that tanked the economy in 2008.

Thomas Peterffy - Freedom To Succeed @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnX7TNFIELg&feature=player_embedded

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You don't want to go there, edojin. A quick glance at Romney's comments while America and NATO were supporting the overthrow of Qaddafi shows that he managed to be for and against it simultaneously - impressive, even for him.

The Washington Post is reporting on it. They ran an article this morning exposing what the CIA knew and when; turns out what they knew is exactly what Obama said. It is the GOP that has politicized the issue; they are making complete fools of themselves by digging for a scandal which does not exist. Worse, they are damaging American security; a GOP document dump yesterday accidentally exposed the names of many Libyans who are cooperating with the CIA.

<http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/us-evidence-doesnt-show-planning-in-libyan-attack/2012/10/19/ff7ff326-1a36-11e2-bd10-5ff056538b7c_story.html?hpid=z2 >

Still, anything to win: that is a corollary of Romnesia.

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@skip

Add to that a president that added to the deficit and that continues to spend and to lie and now has a credibility issue added to his pathetic résumé. Four more years and it will get up to $20T and we need 4 more years of that???

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Sorry but if Romney has Romnesia then no way in hell would I ever waste my vote on this carpet bagger!!

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LagunaOct. 20, 2012 - 01:24PM JST : It is the GOP that has politicized the issue; they are making complete fools of themselves by digging for a scandal which does not exist.

Why is Obama on the DS talking about it?

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Just more O-Blah-blah-blah....

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Sounds like the pot calling the kettle black! Look who's talking.

Investing legend Jim Rogers says it doesn't matter who wins Election 2012.

In his view, both President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney are equally bad. "I repeat Shakespeare: A pox on both their houses as far as I'm concerned," Rogers said. Further, "If Mr. Obama wins, his friends are gonna get more money. If Mr. Romney wins, his friends are gonna get more money. But you and I, and everybody watching this show are gonna be worse off because the debt's going to go higher, and the turmoil is gonna get worse."

With either at the helm, the U.S.S. America is steaming full speed toward the jagged rocks of the Cape of No Hope.

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In the final minute of his closing statement at the NY debate:

In the final closing statements in his debate, he repeated "government doesn't create jobs" three times. Funny, coming from a man who spent the majority of the debate trying to convince people he knows how to create jobs...sounds like a romnesia flare up there.

but the polls and the American people are thinking differently

and all of a sudden, the polls are important again...we'll see what you say next week when the polls flip again.

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sailwind: "Will catching Romnesia help me forgot how bad the economy has been the past 4 years?"

You've already got it if you think the current economic situation started only four years ago.

Other symptoms:

you believe Afghanistan is "Obama's war" (it's considered fatal if you believe he himself started it).

you still believe Obama is not an American citizen.

you think it was GWB who killed OBL.

you can't ever recall Romney having the opposite stance that he has on any issue currently, and believe he is a man who sticks to his guns and does not change his beliefs.

Not to worry! you'll soon have easier access to better healthcare, once the party of 'no' (you're party, Republicans, and it's another symptom if you deny it!) stops fillibustering everything.

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That the election is so close puts into doubt the idea of America to being with.

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And this is from a President who can't seem to remember any of his 2008 campaign promises or any facts about his record of the last four years.

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smith,

Is this a sympton also?

As President, I will close Guantanamo, reject the Military Commissions Act and adhere to the Geneva Conventions. Our Constitution and our Uniform Code of Military Justice provide a framework for dealing with the terrorists.

If it is, I seem to have come done with it just like Liberals have then.

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Sailwind,

Refusal to accept why that promise wasn't fulfilled is a textbook case of Romnesia.

Perhaps with a strain of persistent Romenial.

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Obama is trying to make Americans forget about his lying. Somebody should create a name for Obama's maneuvers to make the American public forget about his misdoings and focus on something else ...

edojin,

It's called "folly".

With the help of the few good sources, conservatives can get the unspun facts and draw their own conclusions.

Seeing a headline, and considering the source, is the new "normal", the state of "journalism," today...

I guess no one writes articles favorable for Romney cause they sure don't get reprinted on Japan Today (evident for anyone who scrolls through the "World" section). It says tons about the editorial bias of the site and even more about journalistic standards.

It's not just here.

Did you hear or read the joke Mitt made on this very subject at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Charity Dinner on this very subject?

"I've already seen early reports from tonight's dinner. Headline: 'Obama embraced by Catholics. Romney dines with rich people.' " -Romney, on media bias against his candidacy.

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Those liberal reporters. They're everywhere! In my closet; under my bed! They're coming for my victim card. Well, they can have it when they pry my victim card from my cold, dead body.

We've got several people playing the victim card now. Better not use it too much. It will get pretty dog-eared, you know.

Plus, the victim card kind of looses its umph when it's the only card you know to play. It invites ridicule.

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sailwind: "Is this a sympton also? As President, I will close Guantanamo, reject the Military Commissions Act and adhere to the Geneva Conventions. Our Constitution and our Uniform Code of Military Justice provide a framework for dealing with the terrorists."

No, but this is a symptom for sure:

chiding Obama for not living up to promises when the GOP would not allow him to.

It's like if you promised to buy me a chocolate bar I said I was against it, then complained and whined about how you never bought me one.

You're got the disease pretty bad, it seems.

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chiding Obama for not living up to promises when the GOP would not allow him to.

Riiiiight. So...Obama had a super majority in Congress for two years and it's the GOP's fault he couldn't close Gitmo? Some call "liberalism" a disease. If true, you seem to have it pretty bad.

See how that works? And the beauty is that it works for both left and right. In the end, the only losers are the divided public.

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saidani: "Some call "liberalism" a disease. If true, you seem to have it pretty bad."

How many filibusters from this GOP Congress compared to that of any previous Congress? As for the "liberalism" disease (the 'disease' should also be in the quotation marks, btw)... lame.

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" So...Obama had a super majority in Congress for two years"

That doesn't mean the majority democrats would side automatically with Obama.

Republicans and Democrats alike blocked his efforts to shut Guantanamo Bay and try them on US soil.

This is textbook Romnesia

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The sadder part still is that the Republican posters on here aren't even addressing the facts that Obama points out but instead just trying to deflect by trying to coin lame terms of their own because they know he is right. They don't address Romney's stance at all, for fear of having to admit he's changed it constantly.

saidani: "I guess no one writes articles favorable for Romney cause they sure don't get reprinted on Japan Today (evident for anyone who scrolls through the "World" section)"

I guess that's another example of Romnesia -- go back to the first debate and you'll see plenty around that time. I guess it's just convenient to forget when you're obviously in the wrong and then just blame the media. Man, you guys are just so good at proving Obama right, particularly on how Romney and the Republicans engage in selective memory when it suits them.

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I guess Obama would rather forget about the record $12 trillion plus U.S. government debt.

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I guess Obama is going to do something about the $12 trillion government debt?

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Bass

I'm convinced that most posters don't even read your posts but still give you a thumbs down because they know it's just going to be the same old pro-GOP waffle. Romney is the most plastic, robotic, unappealing candidate since the last GOP candidate. They just don't seem to be able to come up with a viable alternative. Obama is much more skilled at being human and more natural. Although he may have wanted to get more done in the first 4 years, it just wasn't possible. Obama still seems to be looking good in Ohio and that may be all it takes. The scale of the problems in the US were, and are, overwhelming and I hate to think how the US would be now if McCain/Palin were in office. The very idea sends shivers down my spine. Looking forward to Monday's debate and another nail in the Romney/GOP coffin!

PS. I would like to see Romney on The Daily Show though (but I guess his team would have recommended he doesn't as they know how ugly it might be for him).

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@seren

I'm convinced that most posters don't even read your posts but still give you a thumbs down because they know it's just going to be the same old pro-GOP waffle

Or maybe, they read it and just want to deny their obvious bias partisanship. I'm totally convinced of that.

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sailwind,

Can I get a victim card instead? I ask you as you seem to be the resident expert on victim cards.

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As for the "liberalism" disease (the 'disease' should also be in the quotation marks, btw)... lame.

LOL...you copied my quote and yet you did not see me use the term liberalism disease (wherever the quotes should fall). I clearly said that, to quote, "Some call "liberalism" a disease. If true, you seem to have it pretty bad."

Perhaps you are not a native English speaker, but there is a difference in calling something a disease (liberalism is a disease; measles is a disease) and in naming a disease (Lyme disease; Parkinson's disease). One would not use the term "measles disease" or "liberalism disease" as it is redundant, like "free gifts" or "invited guests."

So...who's lame?

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@smith

Will catching Romnesia help me forgot how bad the economy has been the past 4 years?"

You've already got it if you think the current economic situation started only four years ago.

True, but Obama just compounded to the situation, big, big time!

Other symptoms:

you believe Afghanistan is "Obama's war" (it's considered fatal if you believe he himself started it).

Yup, 100% without a doubt, he was never for the war in Iraq and always trumpet that Afghanistan is the REAL war we need to battle, hence, it's Obama's war.

you still believe Obama is not an American citizen.

I believe that he is a true American socialist, without a doubt

you think it was GWB who killed OBL.

It was SEAL 6 that deserves nothing, but praise and gratitude for doing the world a great service.

you can't ever recall Romney having the opposite stance that he has on any issue currently, and believe he is a man who sticks to his guns and does not change his beliefs.

Obama stuck to his beliefs and look what happened!

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smithinjapanOct. 20, 2012 - 08:53PM JST : The sadder part still is that the Republican posters on here aren't even addressing the facts that Obama points out but instead just trying to deflect by trying to coin lame terms of their own because they know he is right. They don't address Romney's stance at all, for fear of having to admit he's changed it constantly.

The same can be said of the posters who are on the left on JT. They certainly don't defend Obama policies instead they do what Obama does attack the people on the right with name calling.

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smithinjapanOct. 20, 2012 - 08:53PM JST : I guess that's another example of Romnesia -- go back to the first debate and you'll see plenty around that time. I guess it's just convenient to forget when you're obviously in the wrong and then just blame the media. Man, you guys are just so good at proving Obama right, particularly on how Romney and the Republicans engage in selective memory when it suits them.

JT articles does lean to the left when it comes to American politics. Not sure why you or the left posters on JT are offended by it when the majority of the posters are on the left. The reasons the articles lean to the left is because the authors are from the AP, FAP, and Reuters etc. who are left leaning media.

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The same can be said of the posters who are on the left on JT.

Indeed, it can. And anyone who said it would be wrong. But, hey, you have every right to say whatever lies you wish.

They certainly don't defend Obama policies instead they do what Obama does attack the people on the right with name calling.

More Republican BS. Since you foget, here are two of Obama's policies that worked:

OBL is DEAD. And GM is alive.

You have our guy to thank for that.

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JTDanManOct. 21, 2012 - 05:42AM JST, Indeed, it can. And anyone who said it would be wrong. But, hey, you have every right to say whatever lies you wish.

When did stating an opinion or commenting on articles on JT becomes lies?

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OBL is DEAD. And GM is alive.

It looks like Al Qaeda is growing in Libya, Egypt, Yemen, and Syria and may have had a hand in the death of US Amb. Chris Stevens.

As for GM? Right now, it's a $25 billion (with a B) loss for American taxpayers.

Not sure you are doing Obama any favors by making these two the subject of discussion.

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@JT

hey, you have every right to say whatever lies you wish.

And so do you.

More Republican BS. Since you foget, here are two of Obama's policies that worked:

OBL is DEAD. And GM is alive.

OBL is dead and I thank the SEALS that took his ass out. I praise them for that. Obama just gave the order to go. So if you want me to thank him, I thank him for giviving the word "go." As for Al Qaida, news flash!!! The are making an even stronger comeback. And Obama thought that his presidency would change how the Muslims would accept us and judging by what happened in Benghazi, it apparent, they still hate us, but thanks Mr. Presisent.

GM is NOT doing well, as a matter of fact, the VOLT is killing the company.

http://www.therightsphere.com/2012/08/gm-to-curb-production-of-chevy-volts-again/

http://www.forbes.com/sites/louiswoodhill/2012/08/15/general-motors-is-headed-for-bankruptcy-again/

You have our guy to thank for that.

Yup, we sure do.

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@Bass Your use of the word 'socialist' is as hysterical as ever and getting as tired as your Teleprompter gags. This is not a yokel audience who will go reaching for the shotgun on the wall when they hear about those darn reds.

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As President, I will close Guantanamo, reject the Military Commissions Act and adhere to the Geneva Conventions. Our Constitution and our Uniform Code of Military Justice provide a framework for dealing with the terrorists."

Obama Revives Gitmo Military Tribunals

President Barack Obama announced Friday that he will restart Bush-era military tribunals for a small number of Guantanamo detainees, reviving a fiercely disputed trial system he once denounced.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/05/14/politics/main5015090.shtml?tag=contentMain;contentBody

Just some info for the Liberals that are also suffering from the scourge of this dreaded disease.

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@jim

Don't hate the messenger, hate the message! Now you know how we feel when you guys bring up Bush at every angle. Difference is Obama is NOW instituting a Stalinist socialis system in our society currently. That's the truth. Sorry if you don't like it, but facts are facts.

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@bass

Obama is NOW instituting a Stalinist socialist system in our society currently

I suspect that you're a very nice guy, despite your conservatism, but this is seriously over the top.

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Sail,

I'm sure your chronic Romnesia can be treated, although you may have to wait 'till Obamacare kicks in to take full advantage of your pre-existing condition.

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@Bass Stalinist?! Your comparison of Chavez and Obama was bizarre, but Stalin.....

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@luca

I suspect that you're a very nice guy, despite your conservatism, but this is seriously over the top.

I am a very nice guy, easy going guy, just came back from the Oktoberfest where I drank beer and suffocated on a whole bunch of sausages. Most of my friends and people I went with are raving looney liberals, love them to death, politically we differ, but all in all we can always meet down the middle, especially when there's ice cold Pilsener filling the glasses.

@Jim

Your comparison of Chavez and Obama was bizarre, but Stalin.....

I know, but it sure the hell feels like we are headed in that direction, slowly, but surely.

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sailwind: "JT articles does lean to the left when it comes to American politics."

BS! There just isn't anything good coming from the GOP side whatsoever! When Romney mopped the floor with Obama in the first debate there were HEAPS of articles that reported on just that, how Romney was surging in the polls, etc. etc. Why on earth would they subjectively make an article that shows Romney dissing 47% of the right-wing? They objectively reported it, but because you don't like what happened you call it "leaning to the left".

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sailwind: "JT articles does lean to the left when it comes to American politics."

Smith,

Ummm....That's skipbeat's quote not mine. You might want rerun the rant to him.

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sailwind: "Ummm....That's skipbeat's quote not mine. You might want rerun the rant to him."

My bad. Former post redirected at skipbeat.

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sailwind, You rail on Pres. Obama upthread but how many of those things that you whine about, do you support?

You slay me with your ability to bite off your own nose to spite your face.

As Yoda would say: "Strong in that one, is the Obama Derangement Syndrome."

You can't argue with Yoda. You can try, but it will be as big a failure as blaming the media when things don't go your way.

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