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Michael Ramirez for October 27, 2012

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    mikefive  over 7 years ago

    Jeez, Ima. You are nonpareil in your comments.

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    AdmNaismith  over 7 years ago

    Obama is/was no Carter. Carter had plans (that would have worked) for things like universal medical coverage and alternative energy. Since 1980 Carter has contiually put his money where is mouth is.Obama is too far to the right of Carter (’centrist, or whatever) to do anything as substantial.

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    lbatik Premium Member over 7 years ago

    “RR for 2012” – I will absolutely grant you that a dead man who suffered from Alzheimer’s would be a better option than the crop of candidates the Republicans are fielding currently. Never thought I would agree with you on anything.

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    PlainBill  over 7 years ago

    Are you sure that is desirable? Check out the budget increases from Carter to Obama. Reagan had the greatest growth in federal spending, Obama the least. http://tinyurl.com/c3h6dw3

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    josefw  over 7 years ago

    Obama has foot in mouth disease. When you don’t have anything to stand on, you raise your tone and rhetoric. Obama is running scared!

    Vote this turkey out of office!

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    chazandru  over 7 years ago

    Shooting from the lip once more provides distractions from the real questions. However, I am proud of Mr. Obama for his participation on Nickelodeons Kids Choose program, the MTV broadcast, and even the talk shows. However, his willingness to put hisself, and his gaffes out there highlights the fact that Romney only appears in front of friendly audiences who will not press him on the issues.Our media follows poll numbers like the numbers are horses coming around the bend at belmont, but fail horribly to really hold the feet of the candidates, national and local, to the fire.We deserve better.Resepctfully,C.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member over 7 years ago

    It is kinda’ funny watching “conswervatives” complaining about Joe or Obama having “foot in mouth”, when so many of their guys are in serious need of medical attention for their “ano-cranial sphincter complex”.

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    spelvin2002  over 7 years ago

    “Just like Carter, O won’t be re-elected and Mitt will bring America and the world back to prosperity.”

    In your dreams, Ms Rand.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member over 7 years ago

    It’s interesting as well that sometimes “expletives” to describe the actions or statements of Mitt and the “conservatives” are merely dead accurate. That someone can say a woman getting pregnant from an act of rape is “intended by God”, now there is a true obscenity!

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    ConserveGov  over 7 years ago

    He’s even slipping in the black vote. Americans don’t like to be lied to.

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    lbatik Premium Member over 7 years ago

    No, no, stick with Ronald Reagan.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Eryx: Skeptic in cysts on gathering information from Rush.

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    ConserveGov  over 7 years ago

    http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-black-voters-20121027,0,661227.story

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    ConserveGov  over 7 years ago

    ^^They might not all of a sudden becoming Republican, but even blacks are very disappointed with Barry. Btw that’s the Left-Angeles Times who is ALWAYS in the tank for O.

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    SpicyNacho Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Obama has turned into nothing more than a Preacher man/wannabe stand up comedian this year. Shouting at small crowds of sicophants and traveling the talk show/entertainment circuit trying to yuk his way to re-election. We need a leader and a President, not this clown.

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    chazandru  over 7 years ago

    Harley, I respectfully disagree. I believe the President has been asked,and on occasions rudely asked, pointed and direct questions. Some of which he hedged. No more or less than any President since Johnson. Joe the Plumber did fluster candidate Obama. I also believe there is less structure than you seem to think when the President appears on tv show.But I respect your view and can agree to disagree until we find a time and forum to debate these things better.take care,C..

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    rini1946  over 7 years ago

    the saying is correct bull S**t thats all carter was and is . I am waiting for monica to come out with a book telling how her and clinton made up that whole affair. Why would anyone not wash a dress that was full of c*m. How much do people know about this does anyone even remember that it had to do with exposing him self to paula jones. But he put a big stink about monica which is better that being a pervert he just comes out as a slut. And do not forget it was him that started the everyone should own a house and the banks jumped on it because the government would bail them out and now people that should not have gotten a loan are out on the streets and everyone else has watched thier house values go down. And what about that over six mill they got to help them with thier leagal fees. Now they are rich againg(like they were ever poor) paid any of that money back to the people. sorry clinton sucks badly

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    chazandru  over 7 years ago

    I would not consider Soledad O’Brien to be an objective voice on many of the issues being held by conservatives. And I’ve seen the liberal media in action against the Republicans, which is why so few appear on their shows. Fox does the same when Democrats appear on their shows. I like Mika and Joe, but Willy and Barnacle make it fun.Thanks for the reply, and for some of the kind things you’ve said in other posts.Gratefully,C.

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    chazandru  over 7 years ago

    I accidently deleted this post in response to Howgozit’s previous question, but was able to get it back.At the very top of the list, I’ll point to Bret Baier’s interview with Obama in 2010, i think. As I’ve seen Romney on few shows not under the wing of Fox news, I can’t agree with you that he’s been asked tougher questions than has Obama.And I also recall a speech where someone was yelling from the audience and Obama told the crowd he was fighting for that person’s right to be heard.I’m looking forward to Morning Joe on monday so I can see the whole interview. I know MSNBC is a friendly crowd for the President, but Joe is a proud Republican moderate and I saw a piece where Obama looked a bit peeved.I’m sure there will be a cartoon about it next week.Respectfully,C.

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    lbatik Premium Member over 7 years ago

    I trust you are at least as offended every time one of the televangelists talks about natural disasters hitting America as being God’s vengeance for tolerance of abortion + gays.

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    SpicyNacho Premium Member over 7 years ago

    The moderators love Eryx. I have had posts questioning his obnoxious hateful comments removed, all while his obnoxious hateful comments in question remain. OH no, they might kick me off for saying that.

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    chazandru  over 7 years ago

    No, I have seen many instances where he has taken questions from journalists, and except when he’s in the press room at white house, he appears to be looking at the audience rather than at teleprompters.I’ve seen him take harder questions than those asked of Mr. Romney, and since he’s the president, that’s appropriate. Romney has been on CNN few times and I’ve not seen him on MSNBC since the Republican primaries. In fact, in the last two weeks, I can’t think of anyplace where he’s been. Romney even avoided the Nickelodeon Kid’s Choose event and MTV’s youth vote event. Your post may has validity,especially from the positions you hold, but Mr. Romney is much more guilty of avoiding hard questions. And there are still reports of Obama supporters being barred from public events he holds.I disagree with you, and a forum where we could exchange “proofs” would be interesting for both of us..Respectfully,C.

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    lbatik Premium Member about 7 years ago

    I didn’t say that you watched televangelists. When televangelists have said things like that, they have been widely quoted in the news, and parodied in political cartoons. It seems odd to me that you should never have run across those.

    Instead of taking faux offense at the strawman that I am stereotyping your religion, perhaps you could respond to the actual statement that I made — that I trust that you are just as offended when televangelists make statements like “God is punishing America!”

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    alan.gurka  about 7 years ago

    Now it remains to be seen how Obama uses his post-presidential years. Will he be building homes or just doing more tv shows?

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