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OBAMA WILL PROBABLY NOT FINISH HIS 4-YEAR TERM

Ever wonder why we have to depend on the foreign press to find out what's "really" going on in our own country. It's a good thing that Obama and the democrats don't own the Canadian press.



I Told You So Yes I Did


By Howard Galganov


Montreal, Quebec , Canada


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When Obama won the Presidency with the help of the LEFTIST Media,Hollywood And Entertainment Liberals, Ethnic Socialists (ACORN), Stupid Non-Business Professionals and Bush Haters, I wrote: It won't take six months until the People figure this guy out and realize how horrible a mistake they've made.. And when they come to that realization, the damage to the United States of America will be so great it will take a generation or more to repair - IF EVER.

The IDIOTS who not only voted for the Messiah, but also worked [hard] to promote his Lordship, are now left holding the bag.

Here are two things they will NEVER do: They will NEVER admit to making a Blunder out of all proportion by electing a snake-oil salesman with no Positive social history or management experience of any kind. They will NEVER take responsibility for the curse they've imposed upon the immediate and long-term future of their country.

In essence, the people responsible for putting this horror show in power are themselves responsible for every cataclysmic decision he makes and the Consequences thereof.

In just six months, the Messiah's polls are showing the following: 1. On Healthcare Reform - He's going under for the third time with polling well Under 50 percent, even within his own Party. Even though he might be able to Muscle a Healthcare Reform Bill by using Chicago BULLY tactics against his Fellow Democrats, it will just make things worse. 2. On Cap and Trade (Cap and Tax) - The Fat-Lady is already singing. 3. On the Stimulus Package (Tax and Spend) - His popularity is in FREE-FALL. 4. On the TARP package he took and ran with from President Bush - It's all but Good-Night Irene. 5. On the closing of GITMO and "HIS" war on what he no longer wants called the War On Terrorism - He's standing in quicksand with his head just about to go under. 6. On a Comparison between himself and George W. Bush at the same six months into Their respective first term Presidencies - Bush is ahead of him in the Polls. 7. On a comparison between He Who Walks On Water and the 12 preceding Presidents between WW II and now - Obama ranks 10th. 8. On a Poll just Conducted, that asks who would you vote for today between Obama and Mitt Romney - It's a dead heat. Between Obama and Palin - Obama's ONLY ahead by 8 Points and she hasn't even begun to campaign. It seems to me that Obama Wants to be everywhere where he shouldn't be.

He's personally invested in 'totally insulting' America 's ONLY REAL Middle Eastern ally ( Israel ) in favor of Palestinian Despots and Murderers. He's traveling the world apologizing for the USA while lecturing others on how to do it right, when in fact and truth he has no experience at doing anything other than getting elected.

He went to the Muslim world in Egypt to declare that America IS NOT A CHRISTIAN NATION while he heaped praises on Islam, where he compared the "plight" of the Palestinians to the Holocaust.

The Russians think he's a putz, The French think he's rude.

The Germans want him to stop spending.

The Indians want him to mix his nose out of their environmental business.

The North Koreans think he's a joke, The Iranians won't acknowledge his calls.

And the British can't even come up with a comprehensive opinion of him.

As for the Chinese, he's too frightened to even glance their way. [After All, China now owns a large portion of the United States .]

Maybe if America's first Emperor would stay home more, travel less, and work a little bit instead of being on television just about everyday or stop running to "papered" Town Hall Meetings, perhaps he would have a little bit of time to do the work of the nation.

In all fairness, it wasn't HARD to be RIGHT in my prediction concerning Obama's presidency, even in its first six months, so I'm going to make yet another prediction:

OBAMA WILL PROBABLY NOT FINISH HIS 4-YEAR TERM, at least not in a Conventional way.

He is such a political HORROR SHOW, and so detrimental to the USA and his Own Democratic Party, that the Democrats themselves will either FORCE him to Resign or figure out a way to have him thrown out.

Who knows, maybe he really isn't a BORN US Citizen and that's a way the Democrats will be able to get rid of him. [He is a citizen, but not a naturalized citizen with both mother and father being US citizens.]

Or - MORE LIKELY THAN NOT, the Democrats will make Obama THEIR OWN LAME DUCK PRESIDENT.

I don't believe the Democrats have nearly as much love for their country as they do for their own political fortunes. And with Obama, their fortunes are rapidly becoming toast.

If you agree with this email please pass it along to everyone you know! If you don't agree with it, then just delete it and being part of the greatest problem this country has ever seen! My guess is, You don't think this "CHANGE" is what you expected either.
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  • Brenna Spizzzo... 2010/04/22 09:20:51
    Brenna
    +1
    Then, my dear, you have not been paying attention.
  • Spizzzo... Brenna 2010/04/22 09:32:48
    Spizzzo BN-0
    Nope, but you've been allowing your hate to make you fantasize a bunch of nonsense that does not really exist.
  • Chaz 2010/04/20 12:46:19
  • JT For Political Reform 2010/04/20 11:59:11
    JT For Political Reform
    +3
    Starting in November, we the people will make the change that is needed.
  • StarWarsBob 2010/04/20 11:18:27
    StarWarsBob
    +4
    I'm proud to be a part of the "problem", if that "problem" means a reduction of nuclear weapons in the world, health care for all Americans, new financial regulations, the removal of all combat troops from Iraq when they should have never been there in the first place, an end to the recession and the abuse and greed from Wall Street, and the stimulation of the economy. I didn't vote for President Obama in 2008, but I will be voting for him in 2012 with pride and the assurance that I'll be voting for a President of the caliber of Abe Lincoln or John Kennedy.
  • Brenna StarWar... 2010/04/20 12:22:46
    Brenna
    +3
    Well, if you are going to vote for a President that is the caliber of Abe Lincoln or JFK, then how can you possibly vote for Obama?
  • StarWar... Brenna 2010/04/23 00:07:31
    StarWarsBob
    Barack Obama campaigned on passing health care reform, and he got it done in 14 months and 3 days. What did George Bush do in his first 14 months and 3 days in office? He passed a massive tax cut for the rich that went straight to the national debt, and it didn't do a damn thing to improve the economy. By doing that, he squandered the only budget surplus this country had seen.
  • BlueMax372 StarWar... 2010/04/25 00:23:19
    BlueMax372
    "Health care reform" is merely a facet of his employment of the Cloward-Piven strategy, likely an impeachable offense in and of itself, without including the bribes, coercion, perjury, and conspiracy to "get it done."
  • StarWar... BlueMax372 2010/04/26 05:00:17
    StarWarsBob
    So you support the Republican position of just letting the cost of health care increase every decade in this country with doing nothing? That's what the Republicans did about health care - NOTHING. In 2000, health care in this country cost 14% of GDP, or $1.2 trillion. Today, ten years later it cost 17% of GDP and $2.46 trillion. The Republican mantra - just let the cost more than double every decade.

    BTW, the Republicans felt that Clinton committed an impeachable offence, which was BS, and the American people know it. That's one very good reason why the Republicans will not be getting a majority in Congress for a long time to come.
  • BlueMax372 StarWar... 2010/04/26 15:04:56
    BlueMax372
    There you go again, SW, jumping to completely erroneous conclusions. I support the Conservative position that the first step toward meaningful health care reform is tort reform - getting the f*@#ing lawyers out of the mix, removing the prohibition on interstate sale of insurance policies, and allowing the American free market to work its magic.

    BTW, Clinton DID commit an impeachable offense - perjury - for which he was disbarred and heavily fined. He WAS impeached, but the lily-livered RINOs in the Senate, lead by the plastic-haired Trent Lott, failed to convict. For further enlightenment, read David Schippers' "Sellout." Further, btw: Schippers is a life-long Democrat.
  • StarWar... BlueMax372 2010/04/27 06:23:22 (edited)
    StarWarsBob
    Talk about erroneous statements. There is no prohibition on interstate sale of insurance policies. I worked for one of the top five health insurance companies in this country for seven years. I have almost 17 years experience in the health care industry. That company has customers in over 40 states. There is no free market in the health insurance industry. It's a controlled monopoly.

    Clinton was impeached, but it was not an impeachable offense. It was a civil law suit, and Monica Lewlinski was brought up to embarrass the President. Read Article II Section 4 of the Constitution. Perjury in a civil law suit does not constitute high crimes or Misdemeanors. Everybody knows that the Republicans set out to impeach Clinton, and they went hunting for any reason to do it. They thought they had it with the White Water scandal, but no crimes were committed.

    BTW, the Republicans were in control of Congress and the White House for six years. They could have passed tort reform if they wanted
    to.
  • BlueMax372 StarWar... 2010/04/27 07:31:23
    BlueMax372
    +1
    If there is no prohibition on interstate sales of health insurance, why can't providers of same sell policies from state to stat? You are WRONG yet again. REPUBLICANS, not CONSERVATIVES were in control. Perjury is a "high crime and misdemeanor" no matter where committed. Study some law. As for Whitewater, check out how many indictments were handed up.
  • StarWar... BlueMax372 2010/04/28 05:08:41
    StarWarsBob
    If there is a law against interstate health insurance sales, then name it.
    The McCarran-Ferguson Act of 1945 allowed states to regulate health insurance, and made health insurance exempt from the Sherman Act anti-trust laws and regulations. The McCarran-Ferguson Act of 1945 grants states the right to regulate health plans within their borders. (Large employers who self-insure are exempt from these state regulations.) Thus there is a patchwork of 50 different sets of state regulations, and the cost for an insurer licensed in one state to enter another state market is often high. As a result, consumers have little choice among plans — forcing them to buy an overpriced product, or forgo insurance altogether. But there is no federal law that prohibits interstate sales of health insurance.

    At one time in the 1940's, Blue Cross was the largest insurance company, and they had over half of all health insurance policies in this country. I worked for CIGNA health care for seven years, and they are headquartered in Connecticut, yet they sell policies in over 40 states. Each CIGNA health care facility in each state has to abide to the state regulations of that state, but they are not regulated by the federal government, with the exception of the recent health care reform law, which prohi...



    If there is a law against interstate health insurance sales, then name it.
    The McCarran-Ferguson Act of 1945 allowed states to regulate health insurance, and made health insurance exempt from the Sherman Act anti-trust laws and regulations. The McCarran-Ferguson Act of 1945 grants states the right to regulate health plans within their borders. (Large employers who self-insure are exempt from these state regulations.) Thus there is a patchwork of 50 different sets of state regulations, and the cost for an insurer licensed in one state to enter another state market is often high. As a result, consumers have little choice among plans — forcing them to buy an overpriced product, or forgo insurance altogether. But there is no federal law that prohibits interstate sales of health insurance.

    At one time in the 1940's, Blue Cross was the largest insurance company, and they had over half of all health insurance policies in this country. I worked for CIGNA health care for seven years, and they are headquartered in Connecticut, yet they sell policies in over 40 states. Each CIGNA health care facility in each state has to abide to the state regulations of that state, but they are not regulated by the federal government, with the exception of the recent health care reform law, which prohibits the "pre-existing condition" exemptions and policy caps.

    Clinton was impeached and charged with perjury, obstruction of justice, and malfeasance in office. He was NOT convicted of any of those charges, and none of those charges were brought against him outside of the impeachment trial. Clinton was charged and convicted with civil contempt of court, for which he paid a $90,000 fine and had his Arkansas law license suspended for five years. Contempt of Court in a civil lawsuit does not constitute high crimes or misdemeanors or bribery or treason.

    Clinton lying about Monica Lewinski was NOTHING compared to Regans Iran-Contra scandal in which bribery and treason was involved, or Bush's illegal wiretapping of tens of thousands of American citizens without a court order.
    (more)
  • Chaz StarWar... 2010/04/20 12:44:18
  • vannuck Chaz 2010/04/20 13:07:07
    vannuck
    +1
    Raved by mistake....crap
  • Brenna vannuck 2010/04/20 13:08:09 (edited)
    Brenna
    +2
    That's ok, here, you can have it back.
  • Chaz Brenna 2010/04/20 13:12:49
    Chaz
    +2
    thanks brenna
  • uncle r... Chaz 2010/04/20 14:02:57 (edited)
    uncle remus
    +1
    Bush went back to Texas what more can they want?
  • BlueMax372 StarWar... 2010/04/20 13:34:52
    BlueMax372
    You call yourself a "moderate" which means you're afraid of your real liberal identity. Obama is of lesser caliber than Jimmy Carter.
  • StarWar... BlueMax372 2010/04/23 00:11:39
    StarWarsBob
    I've never called myself a "moderate". I voted for John McCain. I consider myself to be fiscally conservative and socially liberal. I supported the Republican Governor Pete Wilson in California, because he did a pretty good job as Mayor of San Diego. McCain and Wilson are not the only Republicans I've voted for. How many Democrats have you voted for smart ass?

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