Posted by another removal, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 17, 2010 at 2:50 pm
Now all we need to complete the kit is "IDIOT TEA BAGGER REMOVAL IONIZER. Get rid of the racist smell, the ugly pot bellies and of course, the obnoxious fumes from the pie-hole. The price: Oh I'd say $2.03
Posted by Obama, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 17, 2010 at 5:23 pm
Good one and funny! The worst president we have ever had and he has only been around less than 2 years. Jimmy took 4 years to stink up the place. It really hurts because I was one that was duped into voting for the fraud. I hope he enjoys his vacation in Maine and plays more golf because he cannot damage us when he is out there. Hillary in 2012!!!!
Posted by Beth, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 17, 2010 at 5:52 pm
Thank you for your comment (Obama). However, I am somewhat perplexed. Although Hillary has qualities that are somewhat more tolerable than Obama (e.g. I don't think she 'hates' America) however, she is equally a socialist. In addition, do you know what her Masters thesis was on? It was on Saul Alinsky and his brilliance. Sound familiar??? (She is just as dangerous as Obama.)
Posted by Obama, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 17, 2010 at 6:07 pm
Honestly speaking I did not know much about Obama when he ran and would have voted for Hillary had she won the nomination. I am a registered independent and just believed the hype I guess and did not see beyond the cool speeches and the promises, gitmo, ending wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, immigration reform, no taxes for the middle class. What I see since he has been elected is beyond incompetence and is pure evil!!! The guy is doing everything he can to finish off our country while he can. Hillary is not in his league and I am not set on her either but she is not evil and not near the lefty Obama is. I cannot see myself voting for Palin because like Obama I do not feel she is up to the job (she does however scare the living hell out of the liberals and can draw a big crowd and votes, Romney (he really messed up Mass healthcare), Gingrich (3 wives and left one of them for another while his wife was dying of cancer....morally corrupt), Huckabee (no), McCain (no more yosemite sam for me), Palwinti (no charisma), I do however like the guy from Wisconsin, Matt Ryan and he has the it factor and also really liked JC Watts years ago. I do not believe we should have anyone in office over 60 and they should retire to free up the job for younger thinking and we should have term limits, 2 for the senate, and 3 for the house then they are out. Did you see Robert Byrd? He did not even know he was slobbering and was still voting on major issues. No more Obama for me and we are going to get change whether we want it or not............you can smell it in the wind.
Posted by Beth, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 17, 2010 at 7:34 pm
Thank you again (Obama) for your comments.
As I read your comments about the individuals above, what strikes me is that you may be allowing yourself to vote for "personality" and not "principles."
I strongly agree with you about Paul Ryan (i.e. being a solid conservative). I also am luke warm on Gingrich...but not for the reason you mentioned. I don't believe he is as conservative as we need (e.g. He was on the side of the man-made global warming crowd, which I disagree with...not to mention empirical scientific evidence does not support.) Also, regarding Palin...I too hope she does not run for President...largely because I believe she is too encumbered and the MSM will ramp up their attacks on her which will distract from the main issues. I do however believe her principles would be a welcomed change in the conservative direction.
However, if you are still searching for the type of candidate you'd support...I'd recommend picking up a copy of Mark Levin's "Liberty & Tyranny." This may give you a perspective on the type of conservative candidate that America needs.
(Personally, I sure hope Chris Christie, Gov. of NJ, decides to run.)
Posted by t rex, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 17, 2010 at 7:54 pm
It seems that there hasn't been a good president for awhile. Name one that hasn't really ruined the country, put us into endless and needless wars or even bolstered our economy with anything but a deck of cards architecture. As for me, I'd love to see Petreus in the commander-in-chief chair like the good old days of Eisenhower.