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December 31, 2011

Obama offers hope

Candidate Barack Obama’s bid for president was unmatched. Large numbers of first-time volunteers of people of all ages generated enthusiasm, dedication and hope, which candidate Obama created. It was felt throughout this country and parts of the world.


President Obama restored our allies’ respect, which had been strained and damaged by President George W. Bush. Two wars were going on, and we were suffering disillusionment from the Bush administration’s lies.

Accusations against the Democratic Party are misplaced. The Republicans want credit, but deny their responsibility.

At the 2008 election, the Republican Party ignored the pride, positive feelings or voters’ will when needed and deserved to help unite the American people.

Newly elected Republican rookies can’t understand statesmanship means compromise.

Low 2010 voter turnout doesn’t equal 2008’s historic election. From January 2009, Republicans refused to accept reasoning.

Midge Newman
Kansas City

Comments

Groenhagen

whispering:

Of course, I didn't really expect you to cite any examples. It's because you cannot.

Groenhagen

ggbridge:

"So Groen, you must be a Leon Panetta supporter then, and admire president Obama for appointing him."

Why? I merely noted that Panetta stated that the use of military force against Iran is not off the table.

Groenhagen

whispering:

BTW, seriously, seek professional help during 2012.

Groenhagen

whispering:

"It's full of crazy stuff and big chunks of it are cut-n-pasted from other "sources"."

Cite examples.

"Did I miss the part where you exposed the Clintons had 57 people murdered including Vince Foster?"

My book does not deal with conspiracy theories.

"It's no wonder you had to self-publish."

You're obviously ignorant concerning publishing in the 21st century. The middleman is being taken out of the equation.

ggbridge

So Groen, you must be a Leon Panetta supporter then, and admire president Obama for appointing him.

whispering_to_kc

I read some of your book on The Google.

It's full of crazy stuff and big chunks of it are cut-n-pasted from other "sources". Did I miss the part where you exposed the Clintons had 57 people murdered including Vince Foster?

It's no wonder you had to self-publish.

Groenhagen

I guess it's safe to assume that one of whispering's New Year's resolutions did not entail seeking professional help.

I find it hilarious that a cowardly nutcase who can barely string two sentences together is criticizing someone else for writing a book.

Also, note that Leon Panetta, the Incompetent One's Defense Secretary, has also stated that the military option vis-a-vis Iran is not off the table.
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18563_162-57345322/panetta-iran-will-not-be-allowed-nukes/

whispering_to_kc

How crazy do you have to be to write and self-publish a book about how much you hate the Clintons?

http://www.amazon.com/What-Really-Happened-Clintons-Terrorism/dp/143573436X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1325454443&sr=8-1

Pretty crazy, I'd guess. I love the two reviews the "book" received.

I'm getting a kick out of these GOPers in Iowa. Except for Ron Paul who the media is ignoring, they're all only offering the "hopiness" of bombing Iran.

Groenhagen

Midge is the ultimate Obama Myrmidon. As far as the Bush admin "lies," I wonder if she would say that the Clinton admin also told lies about Iraq and al Qaeda.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CM9lvNongXA

kem

Hey, Midge. What you must be smoking probably isn't legal.....

Bigvarmit

Yes and think of all the registered voters who are dead that voted in 2008. I guess fraud is ok if a Democrat wins. Time will tell in 2012.

 
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