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Uuh, uuh obama uuh, uuh, uuh

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  1. bigdogtx

    bigdogtx Well-Known Member

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    SOMEBODY _PLEASE_ HELP HIM!!!!!

    To all of you little libs who said that President Bush was an "idiot" because of his speaking ability and how your little hussein was so "intelligent" because of his "orator skills"; please listen to him without a written speech and teleprompter. During his new conference this morning, he must have said "uuh" 20 times every 2 minutes.

    If speaking prowess is an indicator of intelligence,,,,we are doomed!!!!!!!
     
  2. rooferbob

    rooferbob Active Member

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    We are doomed any ways after all the idiots voted for this ass.
     
  3. SMOKE DOCTOR

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    Give it a rest...its over...
     
  4. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    In more ways than one.

    HM
     
  5. Hitapair

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    Amen, HM
     
  6. tad houston

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    Any bets on whether Dave Letterman will continue his "Great Moments in Presidential Speeches" with uuh, uhh, Obama, uuh?
     
  7. Frank C

    Frank C Well-Known Member

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    the "uhs" are usually follwed by the lies.....
     
  8. Jerbear

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    There mere more uhs then usual, when asked about the IL Gov. Looked like he was squirming a bit.


    Jerbear
     
  9. bigbore613

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    The rest of the world cannot understand how, after bitter election campaigns, American politicians can return to reality. For instance, Sarah Palin has invited to her great state of Alaska the men who defeated her...Barack Obama and Joe Biden.

    She will provide a moose hunting trip for their enjoyment and has hired two other prominent men to assist them. Dick Cheney will instruct them in safe gun handling, and Ted Kennedy will drive them back to their cabins in the evening.

    What a gal! That Sarah is such a sport and thinks of everything. Jeff
     
  10. AJ100

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    He's in it, UP TO HIS EYEBALLS.

    "Give it a rest...its over..."

    I see the "doctor" was smoking again. Man, you got to lay off that weed.

    It's over? It's just starting. obama is a PRODUCT of that same demokrat Illinois circle. This is NOT going to go away as fast as the liberal pimps on here hope.

    "Just a distraction" says the media. Wait until blago starts to sing. You can bet SOMEBODY within obama's tight little group yelled out "OH SH*T" when the story broke.

    LOL, I didn't vote for the SOB.

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  11. DJM

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    Can any politician come out of the cestpool of Chicago politics squeeky clean? Can Obama be as inteligent as his supporters tell me he is and still be oblivious to this and the rest of the mess? Even though I am not a supporter, I do hope the answers are yes.
     
  12. Bocephas

    Bocephas Well-Known Member

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    Quit,beating a dead horse.

    I did not vote for him either.Like Smoke Doctor said It's over.

    If this guy happens to not get in the White House,hang on to your #ss.

    I have never,never kept a loaded gun in the house,well now I do have one that's ready to rock and roll.

    Bocephas
     
  13. jimx200

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    Smoke Doc..it's not over...the 4 years of corrupt liberal/social propaganda is just beginning.
     
  14. halfmile

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    If they knock him out of the box, The Rodney King riots will look like a tea party.

    I for one would love to see it. Guess who would lose.

    HM
     
  15. W.P.T.

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    It appears that Obama has lost his smooth delivery when it comes to speaches ... I think he is finally finding out what he got into and don't know which way to turn ... Wait until he gets tested by some group of Terrorists from some third world country and see what happens ... I can see him pulling out the manual now looking up how to run and protect a country when everything else is turning to fertilizer on him ... This will be the first President to holler "UNCLE" and resign or be removed by the American people including those who voted for him ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  16. bigbore613

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  17. lctrapshooter

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    When Bill Clinton took office in January 1993, he was hearing the foot steps of Little Rock US Attorney Charles Banks, who was hot on his heels as he probed charges of corruption that swirled around the White Water land deal. President Clinton decided, in one of his first acts, to fire all 93 US Attorneys - claiming he wanted a clean slate.

    Many insiders suspected that the other 92 bodies were a cover for firing Banks and replacing him with Paula Casey, a Clinton ally.

    US Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald's indictment of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich raises a similar question as President-elect Barack Obama prepares to take office. Will the new president fire Fitzgerald?

    In view of the often-close relationship between Blagojevich, Obama and other key members of the incoming administration, it would be a travesty were Fitzgerald's head to roll now. Consider:


    * Fitzgerald has already indicted and convicted Antoin Rezko, Obama's friend and key financial backer who may have arranged for the then-state-senator to acquire his home and adjoining property on advantageous terms.

    * Obama and incoming Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel were among an intimate circle of Blagojevich advisers when Blago first ran for governor in 2002. Emanuel says that he, Obama and others "participated in a small group that met weekly when Rod was running for governor. We basically laid out the general election, Barack and I and these two."

    * Obama adviser and media guru David Axelrod worked for Blagojevich in his races for Congress before he ran for governor, although Axelrod (a consultant of uncommon integrity) refused to work for Blagojevich when he ran for governor.

    * Even though Fitzgerald had already made clear that he was investigating the governor, following up "very serious allegations of endemic hiring fraud" and noted that he had "a number of credible witnesses," Obama vigorously backed Blagojevich for re-election in 2006. At the Illinois State Fair that August, ABC's Jake Tapper reported that Obama told the crowd, "We've got a governor in Rod Blagojevich who has delivered consistently on behalf of the people of Illinois."

    Fitzgerald has clearly signaled that his probe doesn't involve Obama, but who knows if it might lead to other Illinois Democrats in the new president's coterie of aides?

    If Fitzgerald stays on the job, we can be sure the investigation will be pursued honestly and thoroughly. His Inspector Javert-like pursuit of the Valerie Plame scandal, aimed at the heart of the Bush administration, should be more than enough proof of his nonpolitical credentials.

    Obama shouldn't hesitate to replace Fitzgerald once his work is done. But if he removes the Illinois US attorney right off the bat, we'll be left wondering if he did so to cover something up.
     
  18. claybrdr

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    Amazing how Obama can be surrounded by so many crooks, racists and terrorists yet be completely unaware of what they are doing and saying. As a matter of fact, he professes to not even know many of the people who have supported him and he has in turn supported.
     
  19. BARTMAN

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    Funny how things keep falling around this guy and all the libs can say is "its over" If I had to bet I would say He probably paid for the seat he left. This is going to be so friggin funny. When its all said and done the libs will say ."Why didn't someone say something"
     
  20. bill1949

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    He says "Uh, Uh" so much because it gives him extra time to think up more lies...Bill
     
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