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Nov 14, 2012 6:58PM
Mr. Obama, what we need is jobs. Where are your jobs you said you could create or have created? What we need are jobs so the masses pay their share of taxes. The wealthiest Americans are the job creators not you or your political allies. If  I were one of the wealthy I am sure about to find tax shelters or other ways to protect my assets when you boldly insist on taking them. If you were to tone down your rhetoric (Obamacare, for example) and let these people with the capital do what they do best, making money by creating jobs in this country and around the globe. After all it is not like our economy can survive on it's own. It is important to realize that even you as president are only a spoke in this great big wheel we call life. If you think you are what the people want you should watch Jay Leno and see the Jaywalking segments, this may give you an idea of the intellect of the masses who re-elected you. Can you say "We the Sheeple"
Nov 14, 2012 6:13PM
I did not vote for him the first time. Anyone who would vote for odumbo is a Fool.
Dec 17, 2012 4:15PM
where in the fukk is gas under $3, foxy AZ blond?  Organized crime is alive and well, it's now called the U.S. government!
Dec 17, 2012 7:19PM
Washington is extending and pretending with every problem. Nothing gets fixed including Social Security, Medicare, the fiscal cliff, the credit default swaps, the insolvent banks, the deficits, etc. The banks have shifted 15 trillion in credit default swaps off their balance sheets and on to the treasury's balance sheet. Now the banks continue to get billions of dollars from the Fed. at no cost, they just adjust the bank's account with the Fed with a few key strokes on a computer. Creating money out of thin air to continue doing the same old thing and expecting a different result is an extending and pretending policy. In stead of the huge banks being broken up because they went insolvent, the government decided to make every citizen accountable and therefore insolvent. A multi-trillion dollar problem being hidden from the American people that hangs over us like a destructive storm cloud nobody wants to look at!!!
Nov 14, 2012 5:51PM

bottom line people, we're so fckedd, that even Caligula couldn't imagine gettin' that fckedd!!!! you idiots voted for this bastard, AGAIN!! knowing what he was all 'bout and now you're gonna reap the whirlwind azzwipes!!!! you ain't seen a damn fckin' thing yet!!!! the united communist states of America, now that's what we are, burn you scumbags, burn!!!


this is all your fault, you parasitic vermin, you 'do-nothings' and always 'demanding-somethings', you welfare cases and cheaters!!! and your just as finished as the rest of us are, at least you don't escape this you filthy scum libs at least you don't escape this tragedy either, the money train is grinding to a halt, it's just too unsustainable, the markets tumbling?? the ffck you say??!!


 no one saw that coming huh?!!!! BEGGARS' TO YOUR OWN DEMISE!! how you feelin' now?? what have you gained from this muslim bastard's re-election but more unemployment and with less and less people working and paying taxes who the fckk's is gonna pay your welfare handouts?? your obama phones? hmm???


hey lib dirtbags how your mommies gonna afford to keep you lowlifes in the basement now??

Dec 17, 2012 8:36PM

sounds like Marc Johnson voted twice for our smartest president ever, "W".

Dec 17, 2012 5:21PM
Its funny how people can only see what benefits them self's. Obama is in it for every on not only for you. for example Obama care the rich is made because a small portion of there money is going into taxes but what they do not see is that there saving life's.
Dec 17, 2012 3:31PM

I see the far right is still complaining about jobs.There`s been 33 straight months of job

growth.If you`re without a job, maybe you should blame yourself.The Dow is up 61%

with Obama.We`re making a ton of money and gas is under $3.It`s time to thank

Obama for the economy and for getting rid of Bin Laden after W gave up.

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