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Old 02-06-2013, 04:42 PM  
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Has any other president faced the public disagreement Obama has?

Yes I think he is an embarrassment and a worthless shitbag. Now that we got that out of the way...

Several states have had citizens sign petitions to secede from the United States. Several law enforcement people have said they will not enforce new gun laws. Several states tried to sue over Obamacare. So has there ever been a president get the finger so openly in our history?

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Old 02-07-2013, 01:11 PM   #121
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:13 PM   #122
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Has there ever been a President that I have ever cared less about than Obama?
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:15 PM   #123
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I think there is a decent-sized group of people who don't like or trust him basd partially on his race. I wouldn't put it on the R party as a whole. Much of the R party is going to hate him no matter what, regardless of race. I think much of the obsession with the birth certificate (he's Kenyan!) is racial.

And, he's not pushing highly controversial policies--not by any reasonable standard.
Really? Gun control isn't controversial. The NDAA isn't controversial? Drone strikes on US soil aren't controversial? Immigration immunity isn't controversial? Obamacare isn't controversial? I could go on but I am going to have to check ****ing Webster's to make sure the definition of that word didn't change.
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:21 PM   #124
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Well, you feel he's a token, so you must feel like he got the job just because of his race.
If vailpass said something like that you'd be complaining.
No, I wouldn't complain if he said something like that.

I personally wouldn't label him a token--that would imply George Bush didn't like blacks but picked him simply to hide that fact. But I'm sure his race was a factor, given that he was replacing the only black justice and that there has been effort in the last 30 or so years to put some diversity in the SC.

I'm sure Sandra Day Oconnor gender played a role in her selection, and probably Ginsburg as well. And Sotomayor's race/gender.
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:22 PM   #125
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Wait, drone strikes on US soil? did I pass out for a while and miss something?
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:26 PM   #126
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No, I wouldn't complain if he said something like that.

I personally wouldn't label him a token--that would imply George Bush didn't like blacks but picked him simply to hide that fact. But I'm sure his race was a factor, given that he was replacing the only black justice and that there has been effort in the last 30 or so years to put some diversity in the SC.

I'm sure Sandra Day Oconnor gender played a role in her selection, and probably Ginsburg as well. And Sotomayor's race/gender.
Actually, you did label him a token.
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:27 PM   #127
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"I think a small amount a lot anti-Obama sentiment is racism. But how dare you say people might defend him more than they would a white president. HOW DARE YOU!"

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Fixed.

I will add that many of the generally non-racist part of the Rs is happy to let the racially-tinged stuff go unchallenged and even encourage it.
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:33 PM   #128
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Really?
A - Gun control isn't controversial.
B - The NDAA isn't controversial?
C -Drone strikes on US soil aren't controversial?
D - Immigration immunity isn't controversial?
E -Obamacare isn't controversial?
A - What's he's ACTUALLY proposing? Not really. I don't recall the "Nazis-on-your-doorstep" rhetoric when there actually was an assualt weapons ban through the 90s-00s.

B - How long has it been around? And when did it become controversial?

C - When did this happen?

D - You mean when Reagan granted amnesty? Otherwise, I don't know WTF you are referring to. Nothing Obama has done or proposed.

E - Maybe a little. But it wasn't when the Rs proposed nearly the same thing not too long ago.
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:34 PM   #129
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Fixed.

I will add that many of the generally non-racist part of the Rs is happy to let the racially-tinged stuff go unchallenged and even encourage it.
Its hard to refute he is black. Lord knows I try.
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:48 PM   #130
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A - What's he's ACTUALLY proposing? Not really. I don't recall the "Nazis-on-your-doorstep" rhetoric when there actually was an assualt weapons ban through the 90s-00s.

B - How long has it been around? And when did it become controversial?

C - When did this happen?

D - You mean when Reagan granted amnesty? Otherwise, I don't know WTF you are referring to. Nothing Obama has done or proposed.

E - Maybe a little. But it wasn't when the Rs proposed nearly the same thing not too long ago.
A. There was controversy over the last gun ban. Maybe it wasn't quite as intense, but then a lot of shit has happened since then, like point B.

B. I think you have me confused with a republican. I'm registered independent and lean a little libertarian. So don't assume I didn't oppose things like the NDAA when a republican was in office. It was controversial then and it is controversial now.

C. It hasn't happened, but the law allows for it under the NDAA. Or haven't you been paying attention? States and cities around the country are already drafting legislation that tries to make it illegal for drones to be used in their areas. This is in direct response to the federal legislation that says they can use drones on US soil.

D. Personally I don't care who comes or goes in and out of the US. I just want them to have to follow the same laws and pay the same taxes that I do. And again, I don't give a **** which party is in office, it doesn't make it any less controversial. *Edit* Oh and ****ing google Obama immigration reform if you still don't know wtf I am talking about.

E. Again, party of origin makes no difference to me, and it does not have any bearing on whether it is controversial or not. Our healthcare system was shitty before the government got hold of it. God help us now.

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Old 02-07-2013, 01:58 PM   #131
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A. There was controversy over the last gun ban. Maybe it wasn't quite as intense, but then a lot of shit has happened since then, like point B.

B. I think you have me confused with a republican. I'm registered independent and lean a little libertarian. So don't assume I didn't oppose things like the NDAA when a republican was in office. It was controversial then and it is controversial now.

C. It hasn't happened, but the law allows for it under the NDAA. Or haven't you been paying attention? States and cities around the country are already drafting legislation that tries to make it illegal for drones to be used in their areas. This is in direct response to the federal legislation that says they can use drones on US soil.

D. Personally I don't care who comes or goes in and out of the US. I just want them to have to follow the same laws and pay the same taxes that I do. And again, I don't give a **** which party is in office, it doesn't make it any less controversial.

E. Again, party of origin makes no difference to me, and it does not have any bearing on whether it is controversial or not. Our healthcare system was shitty before the government got hold of it. God help us now.
You say your complaints aren't partisan--I'll take you at your word. But when you said "controversial," I assumed you meant to the general population and not you individually. I also assumed you meant a REAL controversy and not something manufactured by partisanship.

A couple of these simply aren't real at all--he hasn't enacted nor proposed amnesty for illegals. And the others only became controversial, to the extent they actually exist, upon Obama's election.
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Old 02-07-2013, 02:00 PM   #132
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So in your mind none of these issues are controversial to the population at large....it's just me.

Ok then.
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Fixed.

I will add that many of the generally non-racist part of the Rs is happy to let the racially-tinged stuff go unchallenged and even encourage it.
You're borderline farce.
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Old 02-07-2013, 02:14 PM   #134
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You're borderline farce.
That's being polite. He has his head so far up Obama's ass that he doesn't even acknowledge the fact that there is any significant or legitimate opposition to his policies.
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That's being polite. He has his head so far up Obama's ass that he doesn't even acknowledge the fact that there is any significant or legitimate opposition to his policies.
Oh, there's opposition, dipshit--I never said there wasn't. But as you illustrated in your list, much of it is based on things that don't actually exist and/or things that is trumped-up partisan bullshit. Drone attacks on US soil--WTF are you even talking about?
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