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Limbaugh: Obama's '60 Minutes' Interview Gives Grading on a Curve New Meaning

By David Limbaugh

The most disturbing aspect of President Obama's "60 Minutes" interview is how sincere he sounded when misrepresenting his record. I'm not sure whether I would prefer that he be lying or self-deluded, but there's plenty of each to go around.

Obama is a left-wing ideologue, a true believer, who is convinced that his agenda is mandated by a superior moral imperative (from who knows where) and that it must be advanced irrespective of the consequences, because no matter how bad they might be, they would have been worse without his agenda.

Indeed, such is his blind faith that his policy failures reinforce rather than shatter his belief system, and he becomes more delusional the more he fails and has to rationalize those failures.

The upshot of his message to his interviewer, Steve Kroft, was that he deserves the highest marks for all "things that don't have to do with the economy and don't have to do with Congress."

So despite his muddled, ad hoc approach to foreign policy: his mistreatment of Israel, his pattern of insulting foreign leaders, his fair-weather support for some democratic movements and betrayal of others (Iran, Honduras), his manifest unpopularity in the Muslim world, and his gutting of our military defenses (F-22, our missile defenses and Europe's, and our nuclear arsenal) while China, Russia, Iran and others augment theirs, he claims that we are now respected again around the world and that we are stronger.

How about the economy? Well, he thinks that the people will come to see he's turned things around and saved us from a depression but that it's going to take a long time for a complete recovery because it took so long to get "us into this mess." So he believes he's even performed well on the economy, except a) he would have done even better had it not been for congressional Republicans, b) the people don't realize how well he's done because too many are still hurting, c) even if things are bad, it's Bush's fault or, if you prefer, it's because we're going through an economic disruption that occurs every 75 years, and d) whatever economic problems remain could be solved by pouring yet more money into education, green technology and the infrastructure. (I realize "d" makes less sense than any of them, but that's what his programmed mind always spits out, no matter the evidence.)

He insists he didn't overpromise, never mind his promises to find "good jobs for the jobless," to lower the oceans and keep unemployment at less than 8 percent. He takes credit for bending our health care cost curve down when it is now indisputable already -- even before the bulk of it has been implemented -- that Obamacare is greatly increasing health care costs.

He said he has offered a "very specific" and "very detailed" deficit reduction plan when everyone paying attention knows he offered generalities, with no real, concrete proposals for actually reducing spending, especially entitlement spending.

He said we could balance the budget by increasing taxes on the wealthy alone. Actually, his statement was more ludicrous than that. He said: "We ended up asking the wealthiest Americans to do a little bit more in terms of taxes. Going back to rates that would still be lower than they were under Ronald Reagan, our deficit problems would be solved." What? How is it possible we ended up with a chief executive who can make such preposterous assertions? Apart from the Reagan comparison, letting the Bush cuts for the highest income bracket expire would generate only about $70 billion a year (assuming a static economy), which is less than 5 percent of the deficit.

Amazingly, Obama admitted that his party and his base opposed entitlement reforms but that in his magnanimity, he agreed to work on them anyway. Well, that's big of him, but the truth is that he has steadfastly obstructed such reforms, which means he has steadfastly obstructed any possibility of balancing the budget and getting the national debt under control.

But there's an explanation for that, which is even more alarming. He doesn't think the deficit (or debt) is a major problem. He said, "The truth is that compared to other countries around the world, our deficit problems are completely manageable." That's why he wants another half-trillion-dollar stimulus.

Lest we think these anomalies are solely because of Obama's being a true believer rather than a hyper-partisan purveyor of falsehoods, note that he also told Kroft that Republicans are for "rolling back clean air and clean water laws," want to kill entitlements for seniors, and are focused on scoring political points rather than helping him solve problems; that only a handful of people are succeeding in this "you're-on-your-own economy"; that he is for broadening the tax base; and that he fully intends to proceed with his agenda through executive and administrative orders in contravention of Congress and the Constitution.

You just can't make this stuff up.


David Limbaugh is a writer, author and attorney. His latest book, "Crimes Against Liberty," was No. 1 on the New York Times best-seller list for nonfiction for its first two weeks. Follow him on Twitter @davidlimbaugh and his website at


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  1. onewildmanComment by onewildman
    December 13, 2011 @ 8:50 am

    If Obama believes the whoppers he told on 60 minutes then he is more delusional than I thought. Saying that he needs a psychiatric evaluation and quality time in a rubber room. 
     In reality he is a racist anti-everything American. He has proven it time and time again and needs to be impeached immediately. Here are ten reasons I received in an email why:
    1. The individual mandate
    No list of President Obama’s constitutional violations would be complete without including the requirement that every American purchase health insurance, on penalty of civil fine. The individual mandate is unprecedented and exceeds Congress’s power to regulate interstate commerce. If it is allowed to stand, Congress will be able to impose any kind of economic mandate as part of any kind of national regulatory scheme. Fortunately, the Supreme Court has a chance to strike this down during its current term.
     2. Medicaid coercion
    The Court will also be taking up Obamacare’s massive intrusion on federal-state relations in the form of a coercive Medicaid expansion. The law compels states to drastically increase their Medicaid expenditures and reorganize their health care bureaucracies, on penalty of losing all (not just additional) Medicaid funds. No state contemplated such a program when it signed onto Medicaid — Arizona was the last to join, in 1982 — and now no state can afford to withdraw. Indeed, even if some withdrawal mechanism existed, withdrawn states’ taxpayers would still be funding complying states’ Medicaid programs. As the Supreme Court held in South Dakota v. Dole, there comes a point when “the financial inducement offered by Congress might be so coercive as to pass the point at which pressure turns into compulsion.”
    3. The Independent Payment Advisory Board (a.k.a. “The Death Panel”)
    IPAB is the group of 15 presidential appointees who, beginning in 2014, are tasked with reducing Medicare spending. Any decisions IPAB makes automatically become law that can only be overridden by a three-fifths majority vote in the Senate. Unlike other federal agencies, IPAB is subject to no external review — no public notification in advance of proposed rules or opportunity for comment, no administrative guidelines and no judicial review. Medicare comprises about 13 percent of the federal budget, so that’s an awesome amount of power for Congress to delegate to unelected executive-branch bureaucrats. Indeed, it’s so basic a violation of traditional separation of powers that there’s no historical analog. The Goldwater Institute has filed a strong lawsuit challenging this (yet another) unprecedented aspect of Obamacare, which will continue wending its way through the lower courts regardless of how the Supreme Court rules on the individual mandate and Medicaid-coercion issues.
    4. The Chrysler bailout
    Building on the Bush administration’s illegal use of TARP funds to bail out the auto industry, the Obama administration bullied Chrysler’s secured creditors — who were entitled to “absolute priority” — into accepting 30 cents on the dollar, while junior creditors such as labor unions received much more. This subversion of creditor rights violates not just bankruptcy law but also the Constitution’s Takings and Due Process Clauses. This blatant crony capitalism — government-directed industrial policy to help political insiders — discourages investors and generally undermines confidence in American rule of law.

    5. Dodd-Frank
    Intended to remedy weaknesses in the U.S. financial system — ensuring transparency and accountability — the Dodd-Frank financial “reform” empowered unlimited, nonrenewable and often secret bureaucratic discretion. The administrative bodies the legislation created face no constraints on the exercise of arbitrary authority. For example, the Treasury Department now has broad and essentially unchecked power to seize banks and other financial entities that it determines are unsound but “too big to fail.” The new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Financial Stability Oversight Council, meanwhile, craft, execute and interpret their own law. Due process and separation of powers issues abound.

    6. The deep-water drilling ban
    Following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the Interior Department issued a blanket six-month moratorium on new oil and gas drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. A federal judge struck down that moratorium as arbitrary and capricious, but the government issued a new order to replace the one that was struck down. That order was subsequently withdrawn, but the judge was so shocked by the administration’s conduct that he found the government in civil contempt of court.
    7. Political-speech disclosure for federal contractors
    In April of this year, President Obama released a draft executive order (still pending) that would require businesses with federal contracts to disclose independent expenditures on federal elections (political speech independent of candidates and parties). This order is intended to undermine the Supreme Court’s Citizen United decision — allowing independent expenditures by corporations, unions and other associations — by discouraging federal contractors and their executives from engaging in political speech. Citizens United held that such expenditures do not enable the kind of quid pro quo corruption that campaign finance laws are allowed to regulate, so this draft executive order shows contempt for the First Amendment by chilling protected speech.

    8. Taxing political contributions
    Earlier this year, the IRS tried to muzzle political speech by asserting that donations to certain nonprofit advocacy groups (so-called 501(c)(4) organizations) would be subject to the gift tax. Historically, the IRS has not applied the gift tax in this way — donations to advocacy groups are not likely to be used to circumvent the estate tax — and when the IRS previously tried to tax political donations, it was rebuffed by the courts on the grounds that such transfers are not gifts (i.e., the donor is getting something in return). The IRS has since backed down, but the suspicion remains that it was trying to chill the political speech of those opposed to President Obama’s policies, in violation of the First Amendment.
    9. Graphic tobacco warnings
    Late last year, the FDA issued regulations requiring cigarette manufacturers to display graphic warnings on all packs of cigarettes that must cover at least 50% of the packaging and graphically portray tobacco-related illnesses. These warnings violate the First Amendment because the government is compelling the cigarette manufacturers to discourage their customers from buying their lawful products. Last month, a federal judge blocked the new regulation, which was due to go into effect in January, but the administration is appealing.

    10. Health care waivers
    The Department of Health and Human Services has granted nearly 2,000 waivers to employers seeking relief from Obamacare’s onerous regulations. Nearly 20 percent of these waivers went to gourmet restaurants and other businesses in Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco district. Nevada, home to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, got a blanket waiver, while Republican-controlled states like Indiana and Louisiana were denied. Even beyond the unseemly political favoritism, such arbitrary dispensations violate a host of constitutional and administrative law provisions ranging from equal protection to the “intelligible principle” required for congressional delegation of authority to cabinet agencies. Unlike 17th-century English monarchs, American presidents were not granted dispensing powers: As we’ve seen, the power to suspend a legal requirement can and will be used to arbitrarily favor the politically connected. Moreover, most of these waivers were never authorized by Congress in the first place!
    IMPEACH OBAMA NOW! ! ! ! ! !

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    • g8rmomComment by g8rmom
      December 13, 2011 @ 11:13 am

      onewildman:  I read your comments all of the time and I think you nail it on the head each and every time.  Your comments are always articulate and to the point and I couldn’t agree more with all that you say.

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    • JDZComment by JDZ
      December 13, 2011 @ 12:24 pm

      Good commentary. You need to send this to the Republican National Committee.

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    • OutspokenComment by Outspoken
      December 13, 2011 @ 1:53 pm

      Wildman,    great commentary!    I read most everything you do (may have missed a few)  but you are always so on target,   I copy many of your remarks and email them to those on my email list (giving you credit of course)     This is another I shall pass on since so many do not scribe to this url.
      Thanks for being so articulate and on target!  
      Merry Christmas and hoping for a Good New Year

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  2. inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
    December 13, 2011 @ 9:07 am

    Obama is a master magician of the smoke and mirror attention diversion, What you see is a mere illusion, and never what you actually get. He is the reincarnation of Simon the Magician from Biblical times who thinks he can purchase the redemptive power of miracles when in reality he cannot even pull a rabbit out of a hat to save his administration.

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  3. joetinfwComment by joetinfw
    December 13, 2011 @ 9:10 am

    You people are so blind and purposely ignorant. You live in a world opposed to reality. Even W’s people recognized, but used nonetheless, the distortions of right-wing media. Below may cause you some angst but at least you might pull your collective head out of the sand.

    Conservative columnist David Frum, who was speechwriter for former President George W. Bush, blasted Fox News on Sunday for creating an “alternative knowledge system.”
    In an article published by New York Magazine in late November, Frum had argued that conservative media like Fox News and talk radio “immerse their audience in a total environment of pseudo-facts and pretend information.”
    In an appearance on CNN Sunday, Frum cited claims made on Fox News that President Barack Obama was proposing a “new Christmas tree tax,” something that was found by both The Florida Times-Union and PolitiFact Oregon to be not true.


    “It fed into a story about this Muslim-y kind of president trying to destroy a Christian holiday,” Frum explained to CNN’s Howard Kurtz. “To make this a ground for a cultural conflict, to create a sense in large numbers of people they are being persecuted and attacked at a time when the country is in so much trouble, that’s how this thing is fed.”
    “The question is what is the impact on the viewer?” he continued. “And we know, for example, that people that watch a lot of Fox come away knowing a lot less about important world events. That’s a correlation that we know.”
    Recent polling appears to back up Frum’s assertion.
    Fairleigh Dickinson University found last month that “some outlets, especially Fox News, lead people to be even less informed than those who say they don’t watch any news at all.”
    “For example, people who watch Fox News, the most popular of the 24-hour cable news networks, are 18-points less likely to know that Egyptians overthrew their government than those who watch no news at all (after controlling for other news sources, partisanship, education and other demographic factors),” they wrote. “Fox News watchers are also 6-points less likely to know that Syrians have not yet overthrown their government than those who watch no news.”
    Watch this video from CNN’s Reliable Sources, broadcast Dec. 11, 2011.

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    • onewildmanComment by onewildman
      December 13, 2011 @ 10:01 am

       You are delusional! The distortions come from CNN, CNBC, ABC, CBS and the rest of the mainstream media. Conservative columnist David Frum, is a RINO as are many who claim to be journalist are. The tax on Christmas is news to me. They didn’t report Obama saying he wanted a tax on Christmas trees on FOX news. This has nothing to do with the article above.

       As for your claim: “For example, people who watch Fox News, the most popular of the 24-hour cable news networks, are 18-points less likely to know that Egyptians overthrew their government than those who watch no news at all (after controlling for other news sources, partisanship, education and other demographic factors),” they wrote. “Fox News watchers are also 6-points less likely to know that Syrians have not yet overthrown their government than those who watch no news.”

       I don’t buy that because you are about 99 points wrong. Also polls like the one you refer to are skewed to give desired results.  They teach you how to lie trough manipulation of the information gathered. I take all polls with a grain of salt as no poll is true and accurate. Due simply to the fact that humans are involved. one other thing CNN is a liberal biased organization and has been since it started. Obama is a commencement liar and if you refuse to believe the truth then you need the help not anyone else. He is the worst President ever!

       IMPEACH OBAMA NOW! ! ! ! !

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    • g8rmomComment by g8rmom
      December 13, 2011 @ 11:26 am

      Fox news is the only station that actually does give liberal viewpoints; i.e., Juan Williams, Bob Beckel, Alan Colmes, Geraldo Rivera, Mara Liasson to name a few.  There are also many more liberals that do guest spots.  I doubt you can say that for any of the liberal-based stations.

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    • cinbadComment by cinbad
      December 13, 2011 @ 2:20 pm

      joetinfw (by the way foil has no “w”)

      Looks to me that the lamestream media has been doing its job, they have you completely fooled. As far as these unknown stories about a Christmas tree tax or knowing if the muslims overthrew their respective countries, you must have Fox News mixed up with the Daily Show or SNL. I know sometimes those shows mimic Fox news. Make sure you look at your TV guide next time, that way you won’t embarrass yourself with stating drivel such as this. 

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    • OutspokenComment by Outspoken
      December 13, 2011 @ 2:29 pm

      Actually your statement about a Christmas Tree tax is true, it was proposed by osucka, but he dropped it because, as an insider wishing not to be named said,  osucka realized that if he did tax CHRISTMAS trees he would be acknowledging ‘Christmas’ so he dropped it.
      I don’t think it was on fox news, but it was in several news articles.
      BUT  on everything else, I agree with wildman and  YOUR IQ must be about 60!

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    • linfComment by lin
      December 13, 2011 @ 3:52 pm

      joeinfw, your problem is not with Fox News, it’s with those who report about Fox News.  I saw that story covered on Fox.  They reported it as a fee the tree growers wanted to accrue funds for an ad campaign but that Obama was being unfairly blamed for it and that Obama had nothing to do with it.  Fox got it right; CNN reporting on Fox got it wrong.  Maybe you should take your own advice and find a more reliable news source.

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    • SweetOlBobComment by SweetOlBob
      December 14, 2011 @ 10:00 am

      You left handed and leaning nincompiddle !  Tell me that Obama isn’t favoring muslims.  tell me that he has never deliberatley lied to the American public.  Tell me that his wifey doesn’t portray the image and behavior of a poor neighborhood lottery winner.  Tell me that his golf outings are needed to relax from the pressure of work that he hasn’t done.  Tellme that his failed stimulus give away, a lot of which won’t be activated until after the next election was an “emergency” and had to be passed on that basis.

      If you can tell me all that with a straight face, then you are on a plane with Obama himself and probably destined for high public office.

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    • Texas PatriotComment by Texas Patriot
      December 14, 2011 @ 9:36 pm

      Joetie, it appears you are unaware CNN and MSLSD are the press arms of the ****** administration. You are a pathetic fool.

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  4. inluminatuoComment by inluminatuo
    December 13, 2011 @ 10:33 am

    Joetinfw, the only thing you said that is cogent to your observation is your words;

    ” “For example, people who watch Fox News, the most popular of the 24-hour cable news networks,”

    Had you stopped there you may have won the day. Ever stop to think why Fox News is the most poplular, It is because it is the least manipulator of the truth, something YOU should think on.   

    The only thing I saw on Fox news about Xmas trees was teaser before the commercial asking the question which was properly answered after the commercial. Unlike you hero Obama who offers the teaser before the election, then never delivers the goods or the truth.

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    • g8rmomComment by g8rmom
      December 13, 2011 @ 11:28 am

      Inluminatuo:  Perfect !

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  5. rosechComment by rosech
    December 13, 2011 @ 11:02 am

    I watched the great narcissist and starting laughing from the get go.  The man is so deluded about himself and the frump it makes you wonder why anyone would vote for him as prez, but rather send him off to the looney bin.  Without his teleprompter, he was a lost soul in the wilderness.  His vanity and empty head are a cartoon. He is a disgrace as a human being, let alone as president of what used to be a great America.  He must go and preferably into a home for the insane.  No wonder he makes a great puppet because only strings would make him function at all.  Knows how to spend our money though, doesn’t he?  Is he willing to give up more taxes on his “where did he get” millions?  I am sure the answer is “no way, Jose” on that.  He needs to go whether legal or illegal and I lean towards the latter.

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  6. pistol packing mamaComment by txgoatlady
    December 13, 2011 @ 11:12 am

    So we are more respected in the world today? Apparently we asked Iran to give us back our drone and they laughed at us and demanded an apology for spying on them. That doesn’t sound very respectful to me. But what do I know?

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    • onewildmanComment by onewildman
      December 13, 2011 @ 11:23 am

      txgoatlady, You are wise beyond your years.
      IMPEACH OBAMA NOW! ! ! ! !

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  7. memawComment by memaw
    December 13, 2011 @ 11:16 am

    What upsets me about this 60 minutes interview is that it amounted to free campaign coverage, but then, that’s nothing new with most of the mainstream media.

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  8. JDZComment by JDZ
    December 13, 2011 @ 12:23 pm

    Our President is scary isn’t he? He has convinced himself that he actually is the “One” that has been bestowed with cerebral talents and vision to “fix” America and eventually the rest of the world. He believes he is the modern “messiah” to mankind to level the playing field and spread the wealth of countries like the USA. The sad part about this narcissistic behavior is that millions of Americans actually are drinking the “koolaid” being perpetuated and will vote again for Obama next year. The interview on 60 Minutes should be a baseline for Republicans running against Obama to anticipate a strategy and to build a case against re-electing Obama to a second term.

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  9. my911Comment by my911
    December 13, 2011 @ 12:37 pm

    Wait a minute….
    Narcissist yes….. delusional ???
    SUPPOSE he truly hates America
    SUPPOSE his MISSION is the destruction of AMERICA.
    Then, he is not imbecilic but  genius.
    …and his report card is solid A’s
    Regardless, IMPEACH HIM NOW ! ! ! !

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    • pistol packing mamaComment by txgoatlady
      December 13, 2011 @ 12:51 pm

      I agree. I think he knows exactly what he is doing and destruction of our economy is intentional on his part. Although, perhaps he is delusional by believing that Marxism is a good thing for people. Who can truly know the mind of another? He could also simply be an imbecilic puppet for the true genius, George Soros. Ours wouldn’t be the first economy Soros tanked for his own benefit. He didn’t get rich by being an idiot. Unethical, yes. Stupid, no. 

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    • AMVoterComment by AMVoter
      December 13, 2011 @ 3:09 pm

      It’s relatively obvious that both Obama’s hate this country.  I do not believe he is a genius.  More than likely he is nothing but a tool, particularly when listening to him when he does not have his teleprompter.  Obama has yet to face tough questions in which he would have to answer without assistance.  
      Obama is without a moral core; he has a hard-line radical left ideology.   Obama shows all the signs of a huge personality disorder: narcissistic personality with a malignant edge, depression whenever his approval numbers go down, and a gigantic oppositional-defiant streak.

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  10. mcoryComment by mcory
    December 13, 2011 @ 2:11 pm

    The sad thing is that enough people still believe in Obama and would prefer him over the top Republicans that he will get re-elected. 

    Oh, yeah, and about Republicans wanting polluted water and air.  Yes we do!  Don’t the libs know that we are all space invaders and out children thrive in bad air and water!  One has to be pretty brainless to believe anything that jerk says. But, like I said enough do and we are doomed.  

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    • OutspokenComment by Outspoken
      December 13, 2011 @ 2:37 pm

      I don’t think it is so much that people believe osucka, as they currently don’t pay any taxes, get free money, free housing, and free food from the donkeycrats AND they are afraid if a repub gets into office then some, or most of all the free-bees will go away and they will need to work and pay taxes.   40% in this country pay NO TAXES.

      AND just to be clear…….Social Security and Medicare are NOT entitlements: people have paid into these funds all their working lives – it is THEIR money, and the donkeycrats raided the funds which is why they are now not solvent (and they still raid it today)… is mediCADE that is an entitlement, it is WELFARE that is an entitlement……

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  11. jen68Comment by jen68
    December 13, 2011 @ 5:40 pm

    They don’t call him “Barack the Magic Negro” for nothing. And the lefty media eats it all up.

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  12. wdjincComment by wdjinc
    December 13, 2011 @ 6:12 pm

    Obama is a slick talker without substance. I hope that Gingrich wins the nomination as I would love to see debates between the two. Gingrich would pick Obama apart and not hold back.

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  13. KarenComment by Karen
    December 13, 2011 @ 8:49 pm

    The worn out, old communist, plastic surgery face Jane Fonda said on CNN today that she’s ‘frightened’ of all the republican candidates.  One of her sound bites was they want to ‘privatize social security’.   Hmmmmm…. I wished I was on the set with her so I could say, “And HOW MUCH money is left in the government social security fund??  NOTHING, NADA, not one penny, just a bunch of govenrment IOU’s!”  So, let me think, if people had been allowed to KEEP their own social security money, even with the downturn in the stock market, they WOULD STILL HAVE SOME MONEY!   The government SS fund is broke, so I don’t understand why keeping the money under government control can possibly be better than a private sector alternative! 

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