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Old 07-16-2009, 09:27 AM   #1
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OK, I'm not going to bag on Obama for throwing it in the dirt from the pitcher's mound. Throwing from the mound is deceptively tricky (although GW managed to throw a strike.) His girlish throwing motion was pretty sad, though. Full Urkel mode.

But it's a good excuse to proffer my half-assed psychoanalysis of Barack Obama:

He has profound Mommy and Daddy issues.

His father disappeared from his life before he even knew him, leaving him to be raised by his white mother, who then virtually disappeared herself to leave him to be raised by his white grandmother. So this half-black/half-white man raised by whites goes on to write a book called "Dreams of My Father", marries a perpetually racially-aggrieved black woman, and attends a radical black church.
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Bill Clinton and Chuck Schumer are praising the Supreme Court for overturning an anti-gay-marriage law that they both signed.

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Old 07-16-2009, 10:05 AM   #2
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I'll give you a chance to edit that before the administrator sees it.
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Old 07-16-2009, 10:28 AM   #3
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You forgot to mention he got infected with all the Ivy League hatred as well.

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Old 07-16-2009, 10:46 AM   #4
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He's a strange duck alright. I really don't know what to think of the guy.
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Old 07-16-2009, 11:20 AM   #5
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Remember when Michael Jackson's hair caught on fire? That was great.
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Old 07-16-2009, 11:24 AM   #6
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Stings.

I've got no personal beef with Big-O - it's his Politics and hatred for this country that leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I do know some that outright say "I ain't votin' for no N*****!". All of 'em those PC-typee Demos...........
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Old 07-16-2009, 12:04 PM   #7
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I don't like Zero or his rotten party but I also couldn't care less about his daddy or mommy or anything else like that. I'm not stooping to the same low disgusting level that the Palin Derangement Syndrome lefties have. I don't care how he throws a ball or swings a golf club or even what movies he watches at home.
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Stings.

I've got no personal beef with Big-O - it's his Politics and hatred for this country that leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I do know some that outright say "I ain't votin' for no N*****!". All of 'em those PC-typee Demos...........
It's a fact that Obama excelled in school, got himself scholarships to college, got accepted and gradated from Harvard, taught Constitutional law, got involved in his community and politics, and ultimately was elected President by a fairly large margin. If you really hated this country, would you go through all that, or would you blow up Federal buildings or build compounds in the mountains? I know you despise his politics, but I think his motives are easily as good as or better than any modern President's. And frankly, the guy's turned out to be a frikin centrist anyway; he's about as radical as white bread.
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Many that totally wish Death to the Great Satan (i.e. the USA) have accomplished many of the very-same things (with the exception of election to higher-orifice).

It's not what the man says - it's his actions. I completely ignore what's coming out of a Pol's mouth, as it's certainly a Lie (regardless of 'Pub or Dem or Librariatarian). Pres. Bush was far from the "ideal" man for the job: I didn't vote for him the first time around, and really thought he'd louse things up a heluva lot worse than he did.

To tell you True, I totally DESPISE every POTUS Candidate that's ran (or won) since probably Reagan. Before that, I was to young to Give A Fukc, except in passing (and to essentially rah-rah and reflect my Parents' Politics).

President Ford was probably the last honest-to-goodness-cares-for-the-people-and-not-the-Party-Agenda man in the Oval Office, in my Lifetime. Maybe you could even count Carter in there too; but he was weak and ineffective. Much like Pres. Obama will be.
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To tell you True, I totally DESPISE every POTUS Candidate that's ran (or won) since probably Reagan. Before that, I was to young to Give A Fukc, except in passing (and to essentially rah-rah and reflect my Parents' Politics).
I never really liked Clinton as a person, but I think he was damn effective. Looking back at how things went during his time, for me, things were really good. And they were for almost everyone I knew then as well.
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