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Obama, 2012-2016 President of the United States of America

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:27am

Jacen96

Jacen96

3,112 posts

Well you have confirmed it, America is a hopeless country full of blithering idiots, led by lying idiots.
Most politicians are lying idiots who only care about themselves, and those that are for the people usually become corrupt, just look at the occupy movement.

~~~Darth Caedus
 

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:27am

superbobdabest

superbobdabest

307 posts

I'm not racist I'm just referring to all he democrats using the race card. Honestly it's getting backwards from what it was, now (some) blacks are saying that everything bad that happens to a black person is because of racism and they're being exceedingly racist whilst getting away with it because they're black



So they were so scared of the future that they voted for the worst president in U.S. history?


he was not
bush destroyed this place
obama's just trying to clean it up
describe the mess he came into


Well you have confirmed it, America is a hopeless country


...
led by someone who will lead them out of it
 

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:28am

Freakenstein

Freakenstein

9,286 posts

Moderator

the worst president in U.S. history


If I may moderate on this, but there are quite a few other presidents who are able to fit that bill. We cannot base four years of a new presidency as being the worst we've ever gotten. We take the things that he has accomplished and fulfilled and compare his standing with others. But we do this after his influences are not present anymore.

Well you have confirmed it, America is a hopeless country full of blithering idiots, led by lying idiots.


Please do not insult our intelligence. There may be terrible politicians in our country, however, they are far from intellectually stupid. So let me remind you that being culturally offensive is against the Terms and Conditions of ArmorGames. We don't need any of that. We are perfectly capable of discussing the election without resorting to sullied fisticuffs.
 

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:28am

Devoidless

Devoidless

3,838 posts

Personally, I'm glad that Romney isn't going to win. I already had plans to either move to another country or assassinate Romney should he have won. Maybe both.

 

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:29am

superbobdabest

superbobdabest

307 posts

sorry that second line should not of been quoted

 

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:31am

SSTG

SSTG

11,633 posts

Knight

You also need to remember that those guys are rich so they couldn't care less about normal working people like us. At least Obama tried to do something.
Now the question is will the Republicans quit blocking all his bills or will they finally start thinking about helping Americans to get back on track in a bi partisan way?

 

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:34am

Freakenstein

Freakenstein

9,286 posts

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Now the question is will the Republicans quit blocking all his bills or will they finally start thinking about helping Americans to get back on track in a bi partisan way?


That's actually something I wanted to discuss but waited for someone to bring up.

So this election results more or less shows that....nothing happened! We have the same president, with the Democrats retaining the same control of the Senate and with the Republicans retaining the same control of the House. If no one tries to cave in and agree on proposals and stick to the same methods as the first four years, we will be in a four-year loop with the same results happening again; angry people angry because angry politicians not giving into their alliances and angrily refusing to cave into angry proposals.
 

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:35am

SSTG

SSTG

11,633 posts

Knight

Alright that's it, superbob, I don't want to stop talking to you and I don't want to get banned for blowing off more steam so I shall abandon the WEPR forever.....again.

Relax man, many of us get mad when we talk politics. Just do like I do and take a break from talking about it for a while.
 

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:37am

MageGrayWolf

MageGrayWolf

9,782 posts

Knight

Is it just me, or was Ohio called rather early?


It has to do the the distribution with in the state. Many of the ares within that would be called for Romney had already been counted, so that 25% left were likely Democrats. Obama also managed an area that would normally fall to the republicans. These factors played into the call.

Though at this point even if Romney manages to retake Ohio and get's the rest of the states that aren't fully in he still couldn't get 270 electoral votes to get the presidency.
 

Posted Nov 7, '12 at 12:38am

SSTG

SSTG

11,633 posts

Knight

So this election results more or less shows that....nothing happened! We have the same president, with the Democrats retaining the same control of the Senate and with the Republicans retaining the same control of the House. If no one tries to cave in and agree on proposals and stick to the same methods as the first four years, we will be in a four-year loop with the same results happening again; angry people angry because angry politicians not giving into their alliances and angrily refusing to cave into angry proposals.

I hope they get some sense and find a middle ground so they can work on bringing back the economy.
Anyway, I'm passed my bed time so...
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