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BRP, I saw that online. If any other president had put out that order, I would think nothing of it, but with Obama it makes wonder. He and the Democratic Party want a boot on the neck of the people of this country, especially on the necks of those who point out what they're trying to do.

March 19, 2012 at 2:40 p.m.

Democrats label criticism of Obama as hate speech. That's what they repeat over and over again. Anyone who attacks Obama's lefty agenda must be a racist and full of hate. The CBO estimates as many as 20 million people may lose coverage because the companies they work will no longer be able to afford to do that. That's exactly what Obama wants, more and more dependence on the Federal Gov.

European economies are collapsing right and left because of so many people depending on them and the insane amount of benefits they've paid out. Yet, Obama, that meat head, doesn't give a crap. His ideology must win out. Dummy.

March 19, 2012 at 8:36 a.m.

Obama and chu are perfectly fine with $5.00 a gallon gas. Elitists, both of them. Most cannot afford that. 100% proof that Obama is out of touch. Nobody with a sense of empathy, or who has actually worked and driven to work would be OK with that. Many won't go on vacation this year because of the cost. You can bet the Obama's will have at least two, or three. I'm sure those that can't go on vacation, and see photos of the Obama's this cummer lapping up icecream in exotic places, will keep in mind that Obama is ok with $5.00 gas.

March 18, 2012 at 5:18 p.m.

Yeah, right, EaTn, and Cheney made a killing from all that oil in Iraq too. My points stands strong. Bush was to blame for everything, Obama gets blamed for nothing. Obama behaves as if he inherited a third world, bannana republic economy. Our fathers, and their fathers did not nothing but screw up for a couple of hundred years and it will take mighty wizard of O to fix it. He's very much a pompous ass.

March 18, 2012 at 12:28 p.m.

If the rise of gas under Bush, is Bush's fault, then the rise of gas under Obama is Obama's fault. For some reason everything was Bush's fault, but nothing is Obama's fault

In fact he hasn't even been here for the last 3 years. That's pretty accurate too. If you total all the time he's played golf, watched sporting events, gone on vacation, and gone on the road raising money he actually hasn't been there.

March 18, 2012 at 9:33 a.m.

Why so many exemptions if it's such a great thing? Why have donors and companies friendly to Obama and the Dems been given the ok to not get under it? One thing for the elitists and another for everyone else. Michelle and Barack can down all the hotdogs, hamburgers, fries, icecream, lobster lasagna,sugar, salt and chocolate fountains they want, but the rest of us have to eat carrots and brocolli. Heck, we can't even be trusted to feed our kids.

March 17, 2012 at 4:53 p.m.

No, the Democratic Party is obsessed with what everyone is doing. They want everyone to adopt their values or ELSE, even if it means trashing the Constitution.

I don't know about anyone else, but I sure wouldn't take an oath to defend the Constitution, if I thought it was a "charter of negative liberties". Obama is an obvious fraud and simply an opportunist who wants to turn this country upside down. He wants to use health insurance as a means to pry into church matters, whittle away indivdual liberties and force us what to buy things. He's as transparent as it gets.

It's amusing to see you goose steppers on here try and convince us he's harmless. It's embarrassing. You've convinced yourselves he's loved by everyone and that the mid-terms results were a mirage. You are the ultimate kool-aid drinkers.

March 17, 2012 at 11:15 a.m.

"Charter of negative liberties" -OBAMA in an interview in 2001. That's what he called the Constitution. He thinks it should be a vehicle for redistribution of wealth. The interview was on WIND radio. He was a State Senator at the time. His health insurance mandate falls right into line with that. He's a flame throwing radical and he hasn't changed a bit.

March 17, 2012 at 9:54 a.m.

Go to bed, Alprova. The vigil you keep on here in defense of a Obama is getting tiresome. We know you think he's the greatest thing since sliced bread, yadayadayada. It doesn't matter what you say on here, his record will be the factor in November. You're powerless. Tell me, do you use your laptop in the John a lot? You would have to be on here as much as you are.

March 17, 2012 at 3:10 a.m.

Jack, that's ridiculous. I agree with you on Media Matters, but Limbaugh has lost nothing and he's not a spokesman for the Republican Party. He has time and time again blasted the Republican Party establishment. He is a conservative first. You're taking the bait from the liberal media and believing he's been taken out. That's garbage. He's been written off so many times it's ridiculous. There's a groundswell of disgust with Obama that is bigger than any talk show host. Limbaugh will gain new listeners from this because he hits a home run every time with his analysis of the liberal world.

March 17, 2012 at 2:58 a.m.
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