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Posted in: After Wisconsin loss, more perils loom for Obama See in context

Obama and fellow Democrats are losing momentum five months before the November elections

Wisconsin could do a lot worse than reaffirming support for a fiscal conservative republican governor who has, in less than eighteen months, done what he promised to do if elected: lower state unemployment, keep taxes low, lower the deficit and keep public workers working (and contributing to their own entitlements - like all us private sector workers have to do).

Wisconsin wins and, hopefully, this landslide decision in WI will make all voters across Americans take a closer look at the general election in November and put a person into the Oval Office who knows what steps need to be taken to get us out of this mess Obama has put us deeper and deeper into.

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Posted in: After Wisconsin loss, more perils loom for Obama See in context

If a liberal state like WI -- the birthplace of thug labor unions -- supports fiscal conservative republicans, the Obama's need to decide what to pack for their trip back to Chicago next January.

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Posted in: After Wisconsin loss, more perils loom for Obama See in context

It was a total wash out for democrats and the union thugs. $35 million spent. Massive voter turnout. And they still lost 100% of the recall elections against republicans.

Sweet.

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Posted in: After Wisconsin loss, more perils loom for Obama See in context

In the next couple of months until the election, we will see more and more polls that say that the Presidential race is too close to call, with Romney probably more ahead than the media wants to admit.

I agree. Looks like a repeat of the 2004 election cycle. Only this time the incumbent will be on the losing end of those "exit poll" figures.

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Posted in: After Wisconsin loss, more perils loom for Obama See in context

Using exit polling stats, CNN predicted it was a "too close to call" race. Viewers could actually hear the despair in Wolf Blitzer's voice when he had to announce Walker was the winner by a landslide. Heh, At one point, I was expecting a News Alert scroll at the bottom of my TV screen saying that half of the BSNBC staff were on suicide watch and the other half had been carted off to the looney bin. Man, it was so much fun to watch.

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Posted in: After Wisconsin loss, more perils loom for Obama See in context

Even more great news out of Wisconsin.

All 4 Republican Party state senators won by at least 60% of the vote in their recalls.

Jerry Petrowski (R), 26,573 64% Donna Seidel (D), 15,041 36%

Van Wanggaard (R), 11,301 62% John Lehman (D), 7,033 38%

Scott Fitzgerald (R), 32,254 60% Lori Compas (D), 21,324 39%

Terry Moulton, (R), 22,491 60% Kristen Dexter (D), 14,765 40%

It appears the people of Wisconsin are more than just a little upset with the democrats.

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Posted in: After Wisconsin loss, more perils loom for Obama See in context

Well Obama didn't win any friends by abandoning the libs in the state. Heh, bombarding Wisconsin with emails isn't the type of "leadership" Wisconsin democrats were hoping for.

Congratulations to Walker for doing what he said he would and restoring fiscal sanity to that state.

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Posted in: Al-Qaida No. 2 killed in U.S. drone strike in Pakistan See in context

The White House maintains a list of terrorist targets to be killed .... and ultimately approved by the president.

Heh, if this were a republican president, liberals would be frothing at the mouth screaming "WAR CRIMES" at the top of their lungs. But since one of their own is calling the shots, so to speak, -- and, ironically, a Nobel Peace Prize winner to boot -- it's all good.

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Posted in: Al-Qaida No. 2 killed in U.S. drone strike in Pakistan See in context

killing innocents isn't acceptable

If "innocents" want to be in the kill zone of a sought after AQ terrorist, it's their choice. They made their decision, we'll keep making ours.

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Posted in: Emperor's cousin, Prince Tomohito, dies at 66 See in context

Spoke with him at a media function in '89 when I was assigned to Stars and Stripes. A very approachable person. I introduced myself and called him "Your Highness" and he responded in English, "Xxxxx, please call me Tomohito." Rest in Peace, Prince Tomohito. It was rally great meeting you.

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Posted in: Romney wins Republican primaries in 5 states See in context

Congrats to Mr. Romney, on his campaign to be elected this nation's leader starting next January. Though not conservative enough for me, he does have some traits that I admire, including:

not knowing "Reverend" Wright, Bill Ayers or any others in a host of anti-American/domestic terrorist radicals;

not being influenced at a young age by avowed Marxists;

not hanging out with Marxist professors while in college;

not "writing" two autobiographies about himself before he did anything.

knowing how to turn a profit from a traditionally financial losing enterprise; i.e., his successful stewardship of the 2000 Winter Olympics;

having executive experience. More than his opponent does even now.

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Posted in: Obama pushes Congress on paycheck fairness for women See in context

So you're against women getting equal pay for the same job?

If you support The One, the answer is yes. Obama's White House pays women employees 17 percent less than their male counterparts.

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Posted in: Romney campaign criticizes Obama's lack of leadership experience See in context

Republicans have downsized or completely quashed any economic plan offered by the White House since the day Obama took office.

Heh, a fine example of liberal revisionism of history. You do know the democrats controlled both the House and Senate on "the day Obama took office."

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Posted in: Romney campaign criticizes Obama's lack of leadership experience See in context

That phrase applies well to both. But Romney doesn't need a teleprompter

True dat. Heh, Obama's teleprompter told him he had two "sons" -- twice -- at campaign fundraiser stops last week. Odd that Obama's lapdogs in the MSM failed to report on that, eh, wot?

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Posted in: Romney campaign criticizes Obama's lack of leadership experience See in context

Neither is fit to be more than a cabbie

That may be true. Though not a Romney fan, I do like the quick response his team has once Obama's F-Troop makes a claim. The turn-around time is very calculated. If this is the way Romney ran a business with this kind of discipline, it shows why he was a success in that area. Time to give a businessman a shot at running our country and not a community organizer.

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Posted in: Romney campaign criticizes Obama's lack of leadership experience See in context

@Tatanka: Yes, yes, you're right. His current salary is 400k/year for attending fundraisers when he's not on the golf course, going on vacation, shooting hoops or appearing on TV talk shows.

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Posted in: Romney campaign criticizes Obama's lack of leadership experience See in context

Bush had 8 years of executive leader experience as President of the United States

Wasn't Bush also governor of Texas?

For Obama though I think it would help him to put it on his resume to help buff up his future job prospects after the November election if he finds himself to be suddenly unemployed

Unemployed? The guy will be getting a lifetime pension of $400,000 a year of U.S. taxpayer money. Time will tell if he gives that money back to the U.S. Treasury. You know, spreading the wealth and all.

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Posted in: Romney campaign criticizes Obama's lack of leadership experience See in context

Axelrod: These are the architects of obstruction, and now they’re complaining about the pace of the recovery

Looks like this administration's having a wee bit of a problem getting their message straight for us voters. Axelrod is back to blaming Congress for the weak job growth while Obama sez it's the lazy EU buggers' fault for our economic woes.

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Posted in: Romney campaign criticizes Obama's lack of leadership experience See in context

Romney is getting into position to lock up the Reagan democrats. The thrashing Obama got by members of his own party when he attempted to pass his two previous budgets is an indication there are democrats who are fiscally conservative. Not all democrats are like The One, Pelosi and Reid.

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Posted in: Darvish takes loss as Angels beat Rangers 3-2 See in context

Darvish's true test will come during the "dog days" of summer. Outdoor stadiums are a bit warmer at that time of the year than inside the Sapporo Dome.

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Posted in: Obama takes time to relax in Chicago hometown See in context

Our economy is tanking and what is Obama doing about it? Attending six campaign fundraisers followed by another vacation. Good to know what his priorities are.

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Posted in: Man arrested for growing hemp in Fukuoka apartment See in context

Bravo, J-cops, for collaring this guy and keeping that poison off the streets of Japan. Now, keep him locked up for a long, long time. He's of no value to your society.

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Posted in: Obama takes time to relax in Chicago hometown See in context

Obama can see his chances for re-election fading from his front room.

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Posted in: Obama takes time to relax in Chicago hometown See in context

after the recession he inherited upon taking office in 2009

Heh, looks like some in Obama's media lapdog media didn't get the memo that The One has is "evolving". He no longer blames Mr. Bush. He now claims the EU is the reason for our economic woes.

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Posted in: Obama blames Europe, energy prices for slow U.S. job growth See in context

Laguna@09:43PM

Sorry, but your post is utter nonsense.

First, global markets are tied to the U.S. economy. It is the largest and the dollar is the reserve currency. Compare the dollar exchange rate of any international currency between 2008 and today.

Second, WTO has to do with trade, not fiscal or monetary policy.

Third, the EU problems are of their own making. Their socialistic policies of the past 40 years have bled them white and now they are out of money and mired in debt.

Finally, our employment problems are due to Obama Administration policies: keynesian stimulus, Obamacare, EPA, green energy, energy industry obstruction and more. The EU had no say in any of that.

Try again.

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Posted in: Obama blames Europe, energy prices for slow U.S. job growth See in context

Welcome to the start of our third consecutive "Recovery Summer". Only now, the europeons are the reason for our economic woes. Hey, it's gotta be true because Obama sez so.

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Posted in: Obama blames Europe, energy prices for slow U.S. job growth See in context

Obama worried about the pathetic U.S. jobs situation? Heh, no. He is busy having six campaign fundraisers today. That is more important to him.

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Posted in: Norika Fujiwara splits up with boyfriend See in context

Worked with her on a TV project about six years ago. Man, I didn't even recognize her. She has really porked up in the face. Gotta a feelin' old age will not be kind to Norika.

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Posted in: New York proposes ban on sale of oversized sodas See in context

I foresee a new TV show out of this: Law and Order: Pop Cops

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Posted in: New York proposes ban on sale of oversized sodas See in context

Meanwhile, Bloomberg supported National Doughnut Day that took place here in the States today. Heh, talk about sending a mixed message.

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