DOHbama only talked to him once

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  1. DCortez

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    Immature mind in a complex job, I believe the Peter Principle applies here, "man will rise in a job until he reaches incompetence", I think this case he hit his peak as an Acorn lawyer,
     
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    When academics and ideals met the pressures & challenges of the real world we're left with this sort of train wreck. Hopefully in the end the entire country is left with a lesson learned. If not just remember to lock & load...

    See ya on the other side...
     
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    Since DOHbama took office, I can't tell you how many times I've thought about the first paragraph of page 125 in Amity Shlaes book, The Forgotten Man.


    In a nutshell, Roosevelt wanted a new kind of advisor ... scholars.


    History always repeats itself and the retards never learn.
     
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    Actually I don't totally disagree with this policy. Since Obammy doesn't know the military from shinola, don't know which end of a gun goes Boom, and probably thinks McCrystal is some kind of wine glass, I say keep his butt out of the picture.

    War and the military are not his forte. Campaigning is.
     
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    Yes, definitely and what a difference a Teddy Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, or even Harry Truman, or Ike would make right now !!!!

    God Bless and Protect the America the obamonites are destroying !!!!:texas:
     
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    I will definately agree with all of them except Harry Truman. :lolz: But yes, we are sorely in need of a savior for this country, but who will stand up and want to carry the brunt of the workload? Too bad Stormin' Norman is up in his mid 70's or I'd say bring him in. :1zhelp:

    Rock on! :texas:

    Brad L.
     
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    But, but, but, Truman dropped the bomb :gotme:
     
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    America is better than this

    I don't think it is inevitable for the U.S. to continue down the Obama road to ruin. I believe we can turn it around. Evidence: the enormous outpouring of political activity in this summer's town hall meetings; the many tea party gatherings; the intense pressure on Congress to go light on health care reform; Obama's dropping poll numbers.
    Yes, we elected Obama (by a 52% count, not 65%). But 52% is not a mandate for socialist facism. The folks at home are really mad, because they don't want what Obama is pushing. And the anger is righteous anger. We have reason to be hopeful, because apathy seems to afflict only the leftists at the moment. We shall overcome.:patriot:
     

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