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Monday, April 15, 2013

Review of the First Four Obama Years.

Sometimes you don't know what our leadership is saying or thinking in private. Here are a few snips from the past four years of the Obama Administration as the nation looks forward to four more years of "hope and change" and "summers of recovery".












h/t John Coffey

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love it when a plan comes together.

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    1. A comedy of errors.

      And I'd laugh if it was a movie farce. Unfortunately we're not reading Atlas Shrugged or watching a soap opera. It's real.

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    2. It's quite a coup for corruption when this stuff can happen and there is NO comment about it among those who SHOULD BE running things,

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    3. When you control the press, you control the dialog.

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  2. The Napolitano one is a direct quote! As Governor of Arizona, he said over and over again that the border MUST be secure, and that it was the job of the Federal Government...

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    1. That was then...this is now.

      I can't figure out how that bumbling woman ever became governor of Arizona. Jerry Brown in California for a second failed attempt, why not? But I had a higher opinion of Arizona.

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  3. ALL good ones and true... dammit

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    1. I'm just trying to frame the Obama legacy.

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    2. How does STRIKE THREE sound?

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  4. Astonishing really that we survived the first term... which would explain Soro's headache. Personally I'd like to give him a REALLY BAD ONE along the lines of a 500 count indictment that keeps his lawyers draining his accounts from now till the day he expires and beyond.

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    1. I never thought highly of Nazis. When George Soros declared that his days as a Nazi stooge/informer/sympathizer were the happiest of his life, it pigeon-holed him for me. And it also served to explain why he would be the perfect puppet master for the ObamaNation.

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  5. The boy who would be king. There's not a lot of difference between Duhwon and Kim Jong Un.

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