The Great Uniter!

We expected President Obama to spike the football during his post-shutdown victory speech this morning, but he still managed to make our jaws hit the floor with this little gem:

Un-freaking-believable.

Ladies and gentlemen, our petulant child in chief.

We don’t have a leader; we have a bitter, spiteful, narcissistic, puerile megalomaniac whose sole goal, it seems, is to turn this country into a scab for him to pick at and clap his hands as it bleeds.

https://twitter.com/ChrisBarnhart/status/390859318146244609

Absolutely shameful.

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  • RblDiver

    Congrats weak-willed R’s. You caved to this guy. That’s some Charlie Sheen-style #winning. *Sigh*

    • conservativechick

      The media & left have effectively destroyed the name ‘Tea Party.’ I say we pull an Obama and re-brand and re-name! Conservatives for America or Constitutionalists for America. CoA. How does Limited Government Caucus sound to all? We need to do something to take away the stale old attacks from them. Give those progressive groups a run for their money. They always do this on the down low and then emerge again even stronger. We could do the same and should. 2014 is too important to be complacent!

      • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

        And ConservChick, We have to get down pat Saul’s Rules.

        • Stephen Hafley

          They’ve got those and they are all unethical. WE HAVE TO HAVE DOWN PAT HOW TO BEAT SAUL’S RULES.

          • Harlan Hikaru Fox

            If that were true, the GOP wouldn’t cave and lose every damned thing that crosses the beltway.

            EDIT : That was supposed to be a reply to conservativechick.

          • Ken Alan Draper

            The GOP caves because the leadership is as progressive as the democrats. Mitch McConnell is more worried about making enemies lists then he is about his constituency, McCain has been a far left republican from the start, & Boehner is a spineless jerk. they spend more time trying to fight Rand Paul & Ted Cruze then they do opposing the democrats.

        • conservativechick

          We won’t have to sink that low. We can win with facts and honesty.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

            Exactly. “Never argue with an idiot. They only pull you down to their level, and beat you with experience.”

          • Eddie Chaplin

            Saul’s rules were designed to subvert facts and honesty. We really do need to understand them so that we can beat them.

      • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (the true one)

        Another name: Restorationists, or even Constitutional Republicans. There must be something based on the Constitutional, our freedoms and liberties, and the need for limited government, individual freedom with responsibility and accountability.

        • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/100000566258765/ Gregory Goff

          How about this, the losers… just win baby!

          • conservativechick

            ALL Americans are LOSERS as long as BO is in charge! Not that anyone on the left cares about that. WIN at any cost. Lie cheat, steal. Nice folks!

        • conservativechick

          I love Constitutional Republicans. They’d have a hard time with that, since they always pretend to adhere to the document!

      • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/100000566258765/ Gregory Goff

        Now you wanna change the name… You guys are killin’ me…lol

        • jimdep

          no need to change yours, as it’s alive and well: the socialist obama butt licking parasite kool aid guzzling party. Slogan: don’t produce just consume the fruits of everyone else’s labor. And don’t forget to take God out of your platform the next time around.

          • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/100000566258765/ Gregory Goff

            well then just win an election…

          • Jill

            Alrighty, but if that person turn out to be an ideologue of Obama proportions with a rightward bent, will you promise to remain silent and gaze upon him with adoration and deference?

          • conservativechick

            And intimidate the press or anyone who disagrees with us? the press

          • putthehammerdown

            …and ignore laws you do not agree with, while violating your oath of office, as well as ‘making up’ UnConstitutional ones?

          • TexasMom2012

            And stand idly by while we sic the IRS and other federal agencies on the left???

          • el_polacko

            ummm..you DO know that congressmen also won their elections, right ?

          • conservativechick

            See, they run with BO talking points. They don’t care or understand any of this. It’s above their pay grade.

          • Karin_A

            And if you include the state seats, we won 700 of them.

          • Jeff McCabe

            won a bunch of them. How do you think they become congressmen?

          • conservativechick

            Most voters who elected a Republican House knew that we would need checks and balances! We need to take the Senate next!

          • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

            We won several in 2010. Just wait until next year. Did you, by chance, see the survey done at the University of Colorado, where most, if not all of the students surveyed blamed the shutdown on Obama? Yep. Just wait. College kids are getting the picture of what a mess your party has done to the nation.

          • jayz43

            Next year Obamacare REALLY starts taking this country down the tubes.

          • Ken Alan Draper

            Just wait till they find out that Mommy & Daddy’s insurance that they thought would cover them till age 26 is no more because of Obamacare.

          • Camel Dung lover

            You mean a fair , fraud free election?

          • mike_in_kosovo

            You mean like the largest blowout in House history in 2010, or the 2000/2004 elections that y’all *still* whine about, hypocrite?

          • IMPEACH_BOBO

            Exactly Mike, these FLEEBAGGERS act like we haven’t won an election in 30 years or something !!!!! It is funny how the FLEEBAGGERS forget who was running the show for the 8 years before this RAClST MUSLlM President BOBO took over !! BOBO only won in 2008 & 2012 because of VOTER FRAUD, so in my book both of those elections don’t count or prove anything to me !!!!!

            BOBO just waits, BOBOcare will be repealed in its entirety & it will be because the 53% Americans who pay all of America’s taxes realize they are paying for the other 47% !!! It sounds to me like BOBO got his REDISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH BS anyway by passing this RAClST law !!!!!!

            It has already started, right after this RAClST law was passed in 2010 the people with health insurance already went from an increase to their rate each year of 3% to 5% before BOBOcare to 15% a year after the RAClST law was passed !!! We all have already been paying for the 30 MILLION new freeloaders coming onto the healthcare rolls, I for one say to heII with that BS !!!!!

          • conservativechick

            I just think we should play their game on this one. Acorn became about ten different organizations. We should unite ALL conservatives under one umbrella with a new name. The left would HATE that!

          • Bill

            You know who would hate it even more? The rest of your fellow conservatives. You kids can’t agree on anything, and your internal civil war/blame game is delightful.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

            Oh, there we go. Lumping conservatives with the rest of the GOP. I suppose we’re like black people to you? We all look the same, don’t we.

          • putthehammerdown

            That is the Progressive worldview, mantra and primary talking point.
            Each and every time they bellow this trash, they put on full display their abject ignorance, phobias and bias.
            This is just the beginning. Wait until Phase Two kicks in and Progressives break out in festering boils when they are just in your proximity.
            Transformational Drooling Zombieism is Phase Three……………..

          • Bill

            I forgot, the GOP isn’t conservative enough for you. You should keep hating those guys, that’s cool. Serves my party’s purposes :)

          • SlimWich

            That’s because we have principles and stick by them. Unlike liberals who vote for party only and change opinions depending on what the ‘smart’ people are telling them.

          • Bill

            Ah, I see. How foolish of me to not realize that voting blue automatically means I have no principles.

            So here’s the thing.

            There are certainly issues that I hold more or less dear, or have differing opinions on than my elected representatives. However, the representatives I vote for are the ones who share the most positions on issues with me.

            So you see, let’s say I vote for a guy who I agree on Immigration, LGBT issues, fiscal policy with, but whose stance on Gun Control I disagree with. He votes for Gun Control in a way that I don’t like. Oh noes! You know what I don’t do? I don’t turn on him and consider him to be the most vile human being on the planet, I don’t seek his blood spilled upon the pavement. I accept that there’s a tradeoff in a democratic republic, and that’s that if I’m not going to run for office myself, that I can only vote for the closest representative for my goals. I realize that turning on my guy for voting on one issue out of the many that I care about weakens the position of all of those other positions I care about.

            The Tea Party and the GOP don’t understand this, and your divisions will give the Democrats more seats, and that’s just fine by me. In the meantime, I get to watch you eat your own. America wins, and the Tea Party loses. If the Tea Party breaks off from the GOP, then that’s excellent. The GOP might become a rational group again, though that might be a long shot, The Tea Party will swiftly find that they represent a much smaller portion of our population than they think they do, and are utterly powerless.

            Go on. Keep crucifying Boehner and the “mainstream” GOP. You’re just doing me a favor :)

          • OneThinDime

            Idiot alert. The US is a Constitutional Republic “I accept
            that there’s a tradeoff in a democratic republic”

          • Bill

            We democratically elect representatives in a federal republic. http://www.realdemocracy.com/demorep.htm.

            Would you like to actually address my points, or shall we continue to nitpick on terminology?

          • Garymother Freekincoleman

            Bill get’s it.

      • jimdep

        we’re too busy producing and working to pay our fair share. These people are parasitic metastatic cancers that organize communities (FULL TIME) and game the voting system, own the media, indoctrinate our kids. We are overmatched, outgunned and out flanked.

        • conservativechick

          We need to change that and we can! I am glad we have some fighters on our side. We can do this if we take the Senate next.

      • AlmaAlma

        Limit the Govt. Party

      • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

        Constitutional Conservative Party.

        Although, that might be too close to Soviet Russia’s acronym in Russian: CCCP

        • OneThinDime

          Another unknown splinter group.

        • Garymother Freekincoleman

          perhaps…not so far from the truth ?

      • Garymother Freekincoleman

        a turd by any other name still smells like shit.

        • putthehammerdown

          Says the lumpy brown guy that no one will get near…….

      • Garymother Freekincoleman

        A turd by any other name still smells the same. go ahead name away… lol.

        • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

          So you smell turds on a daily basis? Cool!

          • Garymother Freekincoleman

            As if…

      • Keith Ayers

        How about a ” Revolution” ?

        • Garymother Freekincoleman

          Good luck

      • Paul

        Bullshit. The fucking proggie drones will pull the same seek-and-destroy game with anything you name it. Be proud of who and what you are and keep grinding it out. This too will pass.

        • Garymother Freekincoleman

          LMAO … ok LOL . Paul’s face is in the dictionary for the word : Denial.

          YOUR SIDE LOST PAUL, AND IF THEY BRING IT UP AGAIN THEY WILL LOSE EVEN WORSE. YOUR BRAND OF POLITICS IS OVER !

          • Garymother Freekincoleman

            WOW … ok LOL . Paul’s face is in the dictionary for the word : Denial.

            Your side LOST paul, do try and move on. Oh, and just in case you fools do try and bring this crap up again they will lose even harder. The Repunklikan party is OVER with. It has passed….. away.

      • ValH

        How about Constitutional Conservatives for FREEDOM!

      • digitalPimple

        They have not killed anything or anyone other than their ratings. They haven’t seen anything yet chick.

      • Junie3

        We need to call these clowns out for what they are, the communist party.

      • JMW

        The media will just do the same to whatever you rename it… the majority of elected republicans are horrible at stringing two coherent sentences together on tv. They don’t fight for liberty or freedom, they are too concerned at keeping their perks and power… better to just elect more representatives like Cruz, Lee and Paul so that we have someone that articulates our values. Primary McCain, McConnell and all the rest of the establishment asshats that have gotten us so far down this dark road to serfdom.

      • http://www.dotjenna.com/ dotJenna

        They will destroy any name you put out there, that’s their M.O. Changing the name is not good for branding. Don’t distance yourself from the Tea Party name simply because the Osama dogs it. Stand strong and be proud and keep sharing the truth.

      • Vennoye

        Do you really think they would not go all out to destroy the next name too…and the one after…and the one after? Problem is not any name, just corrupt propaganda from corrupt progressive media.

    • http://www.artinphoenix.com/gallery/grimm snowleopard (the true one)

      There are still true conservatives and libertarians who did not cave, they gave it the best fight they could before the Vichy Republicans sold us out again.

      • OneThinDime

        They’ll cave on amnesty, just wait.

    • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

      Oh come on… Charlie Sheen’s #winning was MUCH more funnier.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QS0q3mGPGg

    • therain

      Agreed. Too many RINOs.

    • freeinaz

      If there were ever a guy I’d love to use my size 11 to plant in his nut sack it would be Obummer

    • OneThinDime

      And now they will hand him 30-100 million illegal alien Democrat voters

    • BeeKaaay

      the RINOpublican party is dominated by Marxists, they lost on purpose.

  • lesterwink23

    Thank you to the millions of Republicans who stayed home in November. Mitt Romney may not have been the ideal nominee, but the alternative was and still is much worse.

    • SoonerSuz

      If only the base would have pulled their heads out of their a****

      • Anamchara

        The problem is that they like it up there. How do you remedy that?

    • ceemack

      Yeah, but the GOP establishment REALLY got the message. They’ve TOTALLY embraced the Tea Party, and as far as they’re concerned the go-along-to-get-along types are TOAST.

      You know, the McCains, the Grahams, the McConnells, the Boehners, the Kings, the…

      • Jay Jay

        yeah taunting them to win elections the year leading into mid terms elections is KINDA not something I think anyone would do.

      • WisconsinPatriot

        WAAAAHAAAAHAAAA!
        *snort*
        BWAAAAAAHAAAAAHAAAA!
        killing me.

        • SOF Warrior

          Am I missing something? You’re a patriot right? What’s up with the comment above?

          • WisconsinPatriot

            You CANNOT be serious about the GOP “getting it” I agree with the McRinos going bye bye……But the GOP simply does NOT get it.

      • Anamchara

        Just not soon enough.

      • SOF Warrior

        I sure hope you’re right. We’ve got to turn this around so the moron named WisconsinPatriot can stick his head up his a s s!

    • Laconic

      I agree 100%. Cemetery groundskeepers got out the vote more than the Republican establishment. The dead in Philly and parts of Ohio voted more than Romney Republicans (zero votes in some districts)

      We ended up with this Condescending, Repulsive, Asshat President because dead democrats are more alive than most of the republicans in the senate.

    • Texan357

      This is what gets me every time I see someone say that they’re going to not vote for a particular Republican. THAT’LL SHOW US ALL!

    • irishgirl91

      Because a few people would rather lose out on having a well mannered gentleman in the WH because of his religion.

    • Mark81150 USAF SP EST Team

      Staying home only hands the government to the crooked class..

      For God’s sake people, you who stayed home.. if you want a change, PRIMARY the damned establishment and take our party and country BACK.

      This “live to fight another day” whining argument has accomplished exactly nothing, since the GOP establishment can’t learn, because they’re ok with being in the minority as long as they get their seat back. For them, the “another day” will never arrive..

      The old establishment did the same to Reagan, refusing to back him many times, siding with Senate dems and Speaker Wright,.. Reagan was too “radical” too “extreme”.. the same asshats lauding him now as a moderate voice, were savaging him when he was in office.. and now, they target Cruz…

      The Dali-Lama will never stop being a thug,..

      we fight.. or we allow them to slip the chains of single party socialism on us, there is NO middle ground..

    • conservativechick

      I think that had a lot to do with the SCOTUS ruling just before the elections. That was devastating. We all knew it was unconstitutional to force us to buy a product or fine us. How they got that changed to a TAX is beyond me? Very disheartening. Many lost hope at that point. We thought we had that and we should have.

  • http://twitter.com/THE_DAILY_BLEAT VACUOUS CIPHER

    Get out there and abuse the IRS’ powers, peee-PUL.

  • Maximum Booger

    Translation, “I’m President for the people who voted for me. The rest of you can go to hell.”

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      And he has created a state of udder destruction of himself included, yet his realities are still in front of him.

      Playing his victimhood and bringing bankruptcy in more ways than $.

      http://www.france24.com/en/20131017-chinese-agency-downgrades-us-credit-rating

    • rambler

      Or he will make our lives a living hell for the rest of his term.

    • conservativechick

      Classic line of the day from Obama, “TAKE MY WORD FOR IT!” haha Yah, ok.

  • Cindy Munford

    I’m still having a bit of trouble being told that holding the majority in the House counts for nothing. That is a lot of people he is disenfranchising. As annoyed as I am with Republicans, I’d would be greatly entertained if The Won had to deal with an opposition Congress for his last two years.

    • jackay

      This is is exactly the post we need to remember next November! Bravo!

    • Texan357

      Agreed. Retaining the House (and thus “the power of the purse”) is as vital as gaining the Senate. I hope this happens in 2014. I don’t even care that the Left would crow about how awesome the last two years of the Obama presidency were; they were oblivious to the fact that GW labored for his last years under a Democrat-controlled Congress, after all. LIVs will be LIVs.

      • Cindy Munford

        Don’t forget, if it weren’t for a Democrat Congress, we would have never had Obamacare. And they still needed the dead of night just before Christmas to get is done without a single Republican vote.

      • SOF Warrior

        The problem is by retaining the House with the same morons serving us, they will continue to cave for the last two years because there aren’t enough true conservatives to force them to hold.

        • Stephen Hafley

          I’d rather see it so than the alternative.

  • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

    Niiice, another big STFU to all citizens not worshipping him.

  • JeffWRidge

    What do you mean, “gets” smug? When wasn’t he smug?

    • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

      Before he was elected the first time. Then he was just smarmy.

  • http://lordfoggybottom.com/ BlahBlah

    He is allowed on TV during recess? Won’t he be late for gym period?

    • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

      Nah, he has his period all the time now.

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    “…[W]in an election…”

    Careful what you say, Massa Prez– we might, just MIGHT, do that very thing.

    We’re what the French call “Mad Dogs” — “Of course it’s a ‘Mad Dog’– can you imagine, it bites when it is kicked!”

  • WookieeCon

    Demonize your opponents and blame them for everything that’s going wrong with your policies and then cry foul when they point out that you were the one who put those policies in place.

    • blueangel69

      Wunnerful leadership, ain’t it?

      • MrApple

        “The Douchebag in Chief”
        Makes you proud to be an American.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      Victimhood Chief. He knows nothing else, except Saul Alinski and Marxism. He would make Mussolini proud.

      • Steve Pettis Sr.

        Obama would do well to remember how Mussolini ended up. He and his cronies were dragged out into the street by the oppressed mob, strung up by their feet and beaten to death by the people. May Obama’s fate be far worse.

        • Mark81150 USAF SP EST Team

          I understand the passion.. but please, don’t give the left another club to attack us with..

          The best outcome, is a retired bitter isolated ignored Obama, a running joke on late night TV and scorned by millions as he fades in obscurity, THAT is the best revenge..

          A healthy yet completely politically impotent Obama, raging at the walls that HE’S THE WON…

          and no one listening..

  • RIChris

    Translated: “You don’t like a particular president, tough shit. Own the media and maybe you, too, can win an election”

    • Mark81150 USAF SP EST Team

      I’d say steal the media.. it wasn’t just that conservatives never go for those jobs, but once in place, the left refuses to hire anyone who has a functional ability to critically think on their own..

      we’ve heard many times, like in Hollywood, if you aren’t a dogma spewing leftist, you have to keep silent for your career to survive.. the left for all it’s wailing about the 50’s blacklist, has perfected the tactic for itself and uses it in both media and academia..

      We need to storm those barrycades too.. and force the news media, universities to open it’s hiring to both sides of the isle.. not through laws, but through public opinion, make them address us..

      Even they can’t ignore massive protests outside their studio’s once FOX puts a camera on it.

  • WhoMeToo

    Is anyone surprised?

  • blueangel69

    So will Obama do a victory lap on the talk shows?

    • HARP2

      count on it.

    • Joe W.

      He’s already rehearsing his “Icky Shuffle” as we speak…

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil ✓Mate

      I think he already did a lap or two on Reggie Love.

    • Jill

      He’ll be singing his message on American Idol Our pop star President, it is rumored, will be singing Tom Petty’s “It’s good to be the King” this season.

  • Sarandipity44

    He means, “go out there and STEAL an election.” That’s the way he did it! This statement alone shows how frightened we all should be that he’s in charge of anything. We’re going to look like the Walking Dead after the next 3 years of this liar-in-charge.

  • Bobby T

    Jerk .

  • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I’m wondering when he will go out there and argue his position as opposed to hiding it and lying about it?

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil ✓Mate

      Based upon him never having done that before, I’m going out on a limb here and predicting – never.

  • tops116 ✓Quipper

    Y’know, the GOP won the House in 2010. Ted Cruz won a Senate race. And let’s not forget how liberals bemoaned how unfair it was that Walker not only won his first race, but won the recall. Odd how I don’t see Obama or Democrats copping to how they won.

    2014 is going to be a very bad year for Democrats. We know it and they know it because Obamacare is a disaster. Voters are certainly going to be irritated that the GOP caved, but they’re gonna be more irritated by the Democrats who enabled it in the first place. This is why Obama wanted it (for lack of a better word) implemented after his re-election bid. Sooner or later, Democrats will no longer be able to deny what is obvious to everyone else. We’re already seeing the rumblings of fear and concern. Lord knows they won’t be able to run on “It was just a website glitch” next year. In this regard, ending the shutdown will be a good thing because Obama won’t be able to deflect the failure of his “signature piece of legislation.” (It’s also good that his war on veterans and Reid’s war on children with cancer are both over.)

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Let’s not forget, in WI, when things weren’t going their way, democrat legislators actually RAN AWAY, as in 13 year old I’m not getting my way so I will run away from home, RAN AWAY.

      • WisconsinPatriot

        The fleebaggin 14!

        • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

          Whoever downvoted this… WIPat was talking about those that fled the state to neighboring Communist Illinois.

  • MLP123

    Robespierre won elections too.

    • Jill

      So did Ahmadinejad. With greater margins, no less.

      • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        Saddam Hussein got numbers Barry only dreams about.

        • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

          Qaddafi too. (Although, maybe is all-woman bodyguard had something to do with that. And the fact that he funded an aquifer project that gave water to tens of thousands of Libyans that didn’t have access to clean water.) Thank NATO for the destruction of that aquifer.

  • MLP123

    It never hurts to have a little humility. Even when you’re in power. Actually, especially when you’re in power.

  • thomas moore

    Well, he kind of does have a point. Why ARENT we winning elections?

    • kayakingfatso

      For starters: Because the Republican party believes in working for a living. You know, good ol’ PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY. No one wants to get their hands dirty anymore when you can earn more on welfare. Getting things for free vs. working hard to provide for yourself… Pride is a lost virtue.

  • disqus_eric

    Shorter Obama: I won, America lost.

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    In other words. I am the Communist Saul Alinski Victimhood CiC, who won and I was so scholarly at it and I was the First Black person to Stand Up To The U.S., and its Founding Fathers Doctrine and Bankrupt and finalize the shredding of Her and make her into ‘The Completed Fundamentally Transformed into Communism (when in reality he is not black he actually is bi-racial).

  • http://youhavetobethistalltogoonthisride.blogspot.com/ keyboard jockey

    Lame Duck Say’s What?

  • kateorjane

    Wow – I could have sworn there were elections for federal offices other than for POTUS

  • © Sponge

    Yes, America. Elections DO have consequences. You elect an inexperienced petulant kindergartener to the highest office in the land, THIS is what you get.

    Saddam Hussein Owebama.

  • Jill

    Didn’t conservatives similarly win elections?
    Was Obama so deferential to Bush?
    Inquiring minds and all that…..

  • Texan357

    Sure, because electing someone means we automatically agree with everthing he does. Asshat.

  • spaceycakes

    Dilios (narrating): The god-king has betrayed a fatal flaw: Hubris. Easy to taunt, easy to trick. Before wounds and weariness have taken their toll, the mad king throws the best he has at us.

  • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

    Win? As in buy, voter fraud, denying oversees vets the right to vote, targeting your opponents via the IRS? Didn’t realize that was the definition of “win”.

    • therantinggeek

      According to the Left, that’s the very definition. Win by any means possible.

    • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

      Sending your votes to Spain to be counted…..

  • http://drudge.com snyper77

    I think this needs to be posted again, as a reminder of WHY we have the election results we received.

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Well, that is exactly what happens when you elect someone based upon the color of their skin and not content of character.

    • ProudAmericanLib

      So because you can’t seem to see past his skin color, you assume everybody else is like that too, huh?

      • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

        That’s not it at all. We do see past the skin color to the failed policy, the divisivness which undoubtedly emanates from him, the contempt in which he holds those that don’t agree with him, the contempt he holds for the office of the Presidency. And his wife? Michelle “All this for a damned flag” Obama? Yep. Nothing to do with skin color, and all about the disdain he has for hard working American patriots.

  • twistedgenius

    Nothing about this Dick – Tator in chief we have, that i can say I like.
    When you can not think of him stooping any lower, he goes and shows you he can.
    Boy do I wish we had a real president.

    • Jill

      Well, he did educate me about our fine Intercontinental Railroad, the seven elusive states, and the proper pronunciation of corpsman. I’ll give him that much credit.

      • journogal

        Don’t forget about the newly discovered Atlantic Gulf.

  • j p✓ʳᵉᶠʳᶦᵉᵈ

    What is the political term for our form of government? Is it Latin for “winner takes all”?
    I guess that means that any form of minority can go pound sand?

  • craigzimmerman12

    The shutdown was a mistake and should not be repeated.Many innocent people were hurt and the image of the GOP suffered long-term damage. The Republican party should not be ruled by destructive people who care nothing about average Americans.

    • Homeschooled

      I think you mean the president in particular, and the congress in general, not necessarily the Republican Party. Walk away from MSM TV and think for yourself! I mean that nicely, truly, and not sarcastically.

      • craigzimmerman12

        I don’t appreciate your condescending tone. I’ve been around a while, and I have seen plenty of politics. The shutdown was a mistake and you will see that in the next election.

    • Jill

      You mean people that are voting the will of their constituency and voting as they desired, right? If that is all it takes to ‘hurt’ the Republican Party, who needs them?

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      I agree, which is exactly why the RINOs need to go!

      • ProudAmericanLib

        Sure, go ahead, keep “purifying” your party into non-relevance!

        • Jill

          Why do you care that there are still people in this world that care more about principle than ‘wins’?

    • Mark81150 USAF SP EST Team

      OH PLEASE…..

      I hear that kind of mindless MSM speak from my vote for a democrat even if he’s Satan mother in law.. You cannot be seriously making that same lame and busted argument, that the democrats are the party of the average Americans..

      It wasn’t true in 1936.. even less so now..

      Overwhelming majority of corporate donations?

      Obama..

      Crony capitalist bankers lining up at the trough?

      Obama donors..

      Out of control government unions holding the taxpayers hostage and making death threats?

      SEIU Obama supporters..

      Small business’s?

      Republican..

      Mom and Pop’s?.. overwhelmingly republican or libertarian..

      Veterans and serving troops?

      about 70% conservative or libertarian leaning..

      If you think the average American is a lesbian performance artist progressive then you’re well represented by the clown car party..

      The GOP has gotten a majority or strong plurality in damn near every presidential election, those votes are almost all..

      Average Americans, who think that Obama is killing this country..

      Most people blame Obama equally, and he suffered immense damage, add those who don’t blame the GOP, and you have a strong majority who think Obama deliberately hurt working people to stoke up a false rage against the GOP..

      People ALWAYS HATE CONGRESS… their Congressman, they like.. but they don’t get to unelect someone else’s do they?

      Trust me, the GOP may have taken a minor hit, short term.. but as the people savaged by Obamacare come forward, democrats too.. it won’t be us they take it in the shorts in 2014.. Obama saving Obamacare means he owns that, him, no one else.

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      Yeah. Who cares that we’re getting closer to a point where we won’t be able to pay back our debt?

  • JoeMyGodNYC

    Even shorter Obama: Suh-NAP!

    • journogal

      Of course! God forbid he should act Presidential, just as long as you think he is cool. You do realize there aren’t enough evil rich Republicans (because we all know that rich Democrats hand out lollipops and free unicorns) to shake down and threaten to pay this debt. Who is left with it, and how is it going to be paid?
      But, I am talking to the wind. You don’t care. You don’t care about anything except yourself.

    • Jill

      Would you admire Bush if he had made a similar statement?

      • journogal

        Of course not, he would go around screaming like every other liberal, saying that Bush was a dictator. Obama is different, he is special, so he can say and do whatever he wants because the poster likes it and agree with it. Who cares about the country – liberals only tend to “pretend” to care when a Republican is in office.

    • spaceycakes

      GW Bush in 2000: You can count it as many times as you like, but I still won Y’ALL!

      • sentry_99

        And most of you libs still haven’t gotten over it. Makes the position you’re taking now seem odd doesn’t it?

        • spaceycakes

          I think you may have replied to the wrong person…?

    • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

      Yup…classy. Right Joe?

    • spaceycakes

      LOL downvote it all you like, but Suh-NAP Algore–if you wanna whine, get out there and win something; elections EVEN

      • JoeMyGodNYC

        If downvotes bothered me, I wouldn’t visit Twitchy. 😉

        • spaceycakes

          oh U gots me wrong, bro. The downtwinkles don’t bother me.

    • Mark81150 USAF SP EST Team

      Right, because alienating even more people is so presidential in the subset progressive clown class..

      Obama has once again demonstrated clearly..

      George W Bush was a vastly better human being, in every way that counts. He never gloated, or bashed his opposition, he showed grace and integrity, even when Obama’s aahat supporters booed him as he left the inauguration on Marine One.. well the call sign changes, when the current president isn’t on board.. Bush refused to lash out at the petty nastyness of the pro-Obama crowd..

      if it’d been reversed, you know Obama would have acted the spiteful ass..

      This is why after so long.. you progressives loose power for twenty years..You treat Al Qaeda better than you do someone who votes R..

      at least you give them guns..

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      Even shorter Joey: Obama GOOD! Fire BAD!

    • rosetta_stoned

      Even shorter Obama: Suh-NAP!

      So, the President of the United States is showing himself to be nothing more than a [email protected] left wing blog troll.

      You must be so proud.

  • Arkuy The Great

    “You don’t like a particular president? …Go out there and win an election.”

    There can only be one response to that; “It’s on, MoFo!”

  • Bklynnygirl

    He won….Thanks to his lapdog media.

  • Red Fred

    I’m sure I’ll get down voted off the page, but in this instance maybe he is right. The Dems do something we don’t. They unite, they knock on doors, they make phone calls, they set up stands in their neighborhoods and talk to people. Face to face, not via a keyboard and screen. They provide transportation to and from the polls. Older voters may not have a computer, they may not get any news but the big 3, so conversations are necessary. They work their neighborhoods. Further, they rarely attack their own, like FOX is trying to do to Cruz.

    • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

      Good point. But when you’re using our (the taxpayer’s dollars), it’s easier to fund such efforts.

      • Red Fred

        True, but it’s a matter of putting our money where our mouth is. I would get emails from the Dems which started with a very low donation rate. I think it was $5.00. Every one I get from Conservatives starts at $25.00. Some people are more likely to give $5.00 five times, than $25.00 once.

        • JoeMyGodNYC

          That $5 thing is weird. I bought a t-shirt at the Dem convention in Charlotte last year and got about a hundred emails asking for $5 in the next couple of months. Seems like the processing cost wouldn’t make it worth it.

          • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

            Exactly, the money’s coming from somewhere else….us?

          • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

            Out of country, would be my guess.

        • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

          You missed my point I think. Do you really believe that taxpayer money isn’t funding Dem candidates and it’s solely funded by donations and contributions?

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Then of course, there’s voter fraud, NPPs outside polling places, lost absentee ballots from soldiers overseas. In other words, by any means necessary.

    • LegalizeShemp

      Sorry, but if misleading people with distortion and lies is the winning formula, leave us out, we deal in the truth. Marxism is built on lies, especially concerning it’s effectiveness in solving social and economic problems.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        Nice strawman argument, nobody here is promoting “Marxism,”

        • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

          Talk about not knowing one’s history!

  • Mark81150 USAF SP EST Team

    right… because he’s such a “uniter” and bridge builder…

    Yes, I’m going there, because it’s an absolute certainty, if a GOP president came anywhere close to telling democrat Americans “F.U. you have zero voice in America as long as I’m chief party thug”…. the media democrat complex would go apeschit.

    He really thinks he’s a damned King..

    the suckyest part, so does ABC CBS NBC, and MSNBC wants to have his baby..

    The majority of the country watches news that lies to them about what Obama does, is, they do it shamelessly, openly rooting for one side, and a great many democrats are stupid enough to believe the whole steaming pile, because it’s a easy for them to buy into the petty bigotries they been spoonfed for decades..

    They refuse to even believe there is an alternative point of view, no it MUST be racism/sexism/evil.. with the media cheer leading the stupid vote, yah.. “WE WON”… and so what if you peasants can no longer afford healthcare .. we have ours…

    The rub is, Obamacre is imploding as even staunch democrats are seeing they were lied too.. and they household budgets have just been shot to Hell.. by the very party they blindly trusted to just do it to the republicans only..

    Obama is about to reap the whirlwind, and even his bootlicking press can’t protect him from the public’s rage at the betrayal.

  • bluemount

    As usual, there will be no loud, vocal condemnation of BHO’s words as usual. When BHO and the Dems called the TeaParty and conservatives “Anarchists”, “Terrorists”, “abusers” etc. I heard nothing from Republicans. Until they get out loud and vocal in front of media, nothing will change. Republicans are now enablers of their own demise. They eat their own.

  • LegalizeShemp

    Hmmm….Hillary Clinton didn’t say if you don’t like a policy, win an election, she said, “We are Americans and we can criticize any administration we want!” (She said she was sick and tired of people who say “we can’t criticize this administration”. Funny how these Commiecrats never adhere to the same finger wagging lecture they give you.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      They are Saul Alinski’s Rules for Rads. And we too have not been able bodied to stoop this low. Yet we are faced with double backing on them with it. We lack in the victimhood mentality and have posers to pass it off, the way O and Hill and bill did and still do…. if you get our drift.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        Secretly changing the House rules to deny a minority party’s participation in bringing a Senate bill to the House floor for a vote the night before a deadline just to force a shut-down unless Eric Cantor says otherwise, is NOT “low?”

    • ProudAmericanLib

      What planet are you on? Nobody has curbed the criticism to this sitting president. He’s been mocked and criticized since BEFORE day one. Republican leaders had a secret meeting on his inaugural night to plot how to bring him down. The next day, they filibustered his choice for treasury…despite the fact that the country was losing 700,000 jobs a month in the waning days of Bush’s presidency and the bottom had fallen out of our economy. Politics over country is the GOP agenda, and the AMERICAN PEOPLE are sick of that. So keep whining about how liberals dare to use their 1st Amendment rights. [email protected] Exceptionalists!

      • LegalizeShemp

        Really, you haven’t tried to curb criticism of Obama by calling it all racism? Huh, I’m wondering which one of Jupiter’s moons you dope smokers are on.

        • Guest

          I don’t believe it’s all “racism.” When you see posters of “witchdoctor Obama” or this constant need to de-Americanize him at rallyies, however, it’s hard to argue that none of it is.

        • ProudAmericanLib

          I don’t believe it’s all “racism.” When you see posters of “witchdoctor Obama” or this constant need to de-Americanize him at rallies, however, it’s hard to argue that none of it is.

      • rosetta_stoned

        Politics over country is the GOP agenda,

        Gee. Project much?

        • ProudAmericanLib

          Wow, you told me. :/

  • MrApple

    “President Obama: “You don’t like a particular policy, or a particular President, then argue for your position and win an election.””

    Print that comment out, put it on the fridge, then fight like hell in the 2014 and 2016 elections to set thing right.

  • WhoDat

    I couldn’t have said it better myself.

    • mtshark

      And I’m sure that’s what you and all the other liberals were saying during the Reagan and the Bush years. Oh wait, you were screaming your heads off.

    • journogal

      Of course! You want a ruler, not a leader. You want all of us to shut up and accept things. God forbid, anyone should DARE oppose your great ruler king god that is going to provide for you, right? Now, if this had been a Republican, you would be screeching nine ways to Sunday about a dictator and demanding for him to die.
      But, hey, it’s President Prezzy, so it’s all cool. Who cares about a divided nation, you think you are going to get yours. And boy will you, but it won’t be like you think and unfortunately will affect all of us as well.

    • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

      no girlfriend huh? that’s too bad.

    • JPeden

      And the question is: “snif…fawn…what does a cult member say about their Dear Charismatic Leader?”

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      I could have, but I’m smarter than Obama.

    • Mark81150 USAF SP EST Team

      GOP president=dissent is your patriotic duty..

      Democrat president=SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP! SHUT UP!………

      not one of you can reach out and try to heal the country, after doing your best to rip it apart.. just tell the opposition, they have no voice if Obama can help it..

      yeah.. that’ll win you friends..

  • ProudAmericanLib

    Oh, please….Obama was absolutely right!

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      He was. And as soon as he acts as he speaks, maybe then I will start listening to him again. As it stands, what he says is completely different than what he does, and sycophants like you fall for his crap.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        One comment in support of our president makes me a “sycophant” as much as your comment makes you a traitor. [email protected]!

        • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

          Speaking of extremist framing, did you call Ted Cruz a “terrorist”?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Where, when? You’re hearing voices again, Snarkmaster.

    • mtshark

      And how right was it with Republican Presidents for liberals to scream bloody murder? You can’t have it both ways no matter how hard you try.

      • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        Sure he can. That’s the beauty of being a liberal. Facts and reality don’t matter, it’s all what you “feel”. Consequences don’t matter, only the intent. And as long as the press continues to report the “intent” as a good thing, that is all that matters. The cognitive dissonance required to be a liberal is astounding.

        • ProudAmericanLib

          Uh-huh, I believe the GOP is currently feeling the consequences of their intent to shut down government. If it makes you feel better to insult me, fine by me.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            The GOP isn’t. And neither are the American people. The only people who felt the consequences of the Democrat shutdown were…Democrat voters.

            Fortunately, most Democrat voters are dumber than a bag of hammers, so you’ll have nothing to worry about…

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Unified Democrat voters that will make their voices heard in the mid-terms, Snarkmaster.

          • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            If you take the truth as an insult, that is your problem. And I do know of what I speak. I used to be a liberal. Then I actually paid attention to history and what is currently going on in the world and I realized it is impossible to dwell in the realm of reality and be a liberal at the same time. And oddly enough, the second I expressed an opinion that differed from any given lib, I was immediately attacked. Gotta love the open minded tolerants.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Leave it to a conservative to frame their insults as “the truth.”

          • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Leave it to a conservative to frame the truth as the truth. Leave it to a liberal to frame something happening inside their own head only, as the truth. Good job!! Soros gives you a gold star for the day.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            You have a nice day too.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        Right, because the 1st Amendment only applies to TeaPartiers and other Conservatives. My bad.

        • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

          I thought we all of us had a voice…no?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            My point exactly. Nothing funnier than watching a Conservative trying to justify their own bad behavior by saying “Well, they did it first!” As usual TWO WRONGS MAKE A RIGHT-WING ARGUMENT!

          • RedSoloCup

            Not in a liberal’s world!

    • Mark81150 USAF SP EST Team

      So when we take back the White House..

      You’re just gonna sit down and shut up then?

      I highly doubt it, and we won’t either. Winning one election doesn’t grant you immunity from being challenged, The republicans all won their elections too, and AMERICA gave the GOP the House..

      elections have consequences, get over yourself.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        America diminished the GOP majority of the House in 2012, they didn’t increase it. BTW, a major plank of the GOP presidential election in 2012 was repealing the PP&ACA (“I’ll repeal it on day one”). A majority of American voters rejected that (more than those who signed Cruz’s petition), so move on.

  • LegalizeShemp

    C’mon Bareback, that’s not how you Democrats act when Republicans win an election, what you say is : “OK, so you Republicans won, but that doesn’t mean you have a mandate to force conservative policies down the American people’s throats”. “You have to govern for everyone, not just Republicans”. Nope hypocrite, you don’t concede election losses, you act like the miserable crybabies you are and call the voters “stupid, misguided, and suicidal” when Republicans win.

  • Right Wired ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    We did win some elections. The House of Representatives, overwhelmingly GOP, tried to represent us, but we got jack-booted by Mommy Jeans & Co.

    Winning an election as a democrat is easier than falling off a bike.

    Dem: Here’s the list free stuff you get, and of course, no personal responsibility. You don’t even have to work for a living and you’ll make 40k in benes.
    Sheep: Baaaa! Baaaa!
    Dem: Just vote for me.
    Sheep: Baaaa! Baaaa!

  • LegalizeShemp

    Careful Bareback, you’re going to get a 15 yard penalty assessed on the kickoff for excessive celebration in the end zone.

  • Republicanvet

    Preezy Fissbump: you don’t like a particular president, go out there and steal an election like I did.

  • An American Veteran

    The First President to become a twitter troll.

  • marion vega

    and if you don’t like the king do what the french did & chop his head off

  • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/100000566258765/ Gregory Goff

    I am laughing at all of you on the right, the prez is right, go win an election. you people talk major trash but you don’t win shit! You mother fuckers shut the govt. down because of obamacare and what happened yall ain’t get shit not a got-damn thing. you wanna do something go get your guns or win an election. Until then shut the fuck up!!!

  • Michelle ✓classified

    If you don’t like a policy or a President, go win an election?

    Solid proof the man truly believes an elected official doesn’t represent We The People. That statement shows he actually believes those in office don’t have to listen to the people, but only themselves and others in office.

    This is quite possibly the most astonishing thing I’ve ever heard him say. Unbelievable.

    • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

      It is very telling isn’t it?

      • Michelle ✓classified

        I’m just shocked. I really am and here I thought there was nothing that man could say that would shock me anymore.

        He’s absolutely saying if you don’t like anything about your government, then win an election or keep your mouth shut. I wasn’t around in the 1700’s, but I don’t believe that’s the idea our Founding Fathers had in mind when they formed our country and laid down the guidelines. In fact, I believe it was the precise type of government they fought to get away from.

        Can you just imagine the uproar and outrage had this been said by a Republican president? The news headlines this morning would be FLOODED with controversy over that statement, but once again King Barry gets a pass because his adoring fans and cult members get behind anything and everything that comes out of his arrogant mouth.

        I am so disgusted.

  • Markward

    Be careful what you wish for bamster.

  • JPeden

    “The campaign is over, John.” + “That’s just your talking point.”…And the question is: “What does President Stompyfoot call ‘listening’?”

    “That’s just your talking point”…And the question is: “What talking point does President Stompyfoot use as a talking point?”

  • cscape

    and so, the TRUTH trickles out of His Royal Highness’s pie hole…… If he “won”, it was he (in fact) who was holding the nation hostage!!!!

    • cscape

      by the way…… isn’t the role of the President of the United States of America to claim victory for the Union (all the people… all the states)??? what is it with this guy?

  • Kim

    As we all know a Republican president would never act like that! “Let me put it to you this way: I earned
    capital in the campaign, political capital, and now I intend to spend
    it. It is my style. That’s what happened in the — after the 2000
    election, I earned some capital. I’ve earned capital in this election —
    and I’m going to spend it for what I told the people I’d spend it on,
    which is — you’ve heard the agenda: Social Security and tax reform,
    moving this economy forward, education, fighting and winning the war on
    terror.” -W after 2004 re-election.

    • sentry_99

      Seems the Dems fought tooth and nail against both of those reforms. Guess they should have sit down and shut up then huh? Pathetic hypocrite.

      • Kim

        I’m not a hypocrite, I’m just not a partisan ideologue like Malkinites and Kos Kids. But you are right, the Dems fought Bush against the wrong issues. Our country would have been better off if they put up a fight against Iraq and the Bailout, but why would you when a Republican President was proposing liberal policies.

    • HJD

      Even when Bush said this, he said it with a degree of respect, he took his case to the American people, fought with the opposition, and kept it civil. This man is seriously deranged, you people just cannot see it, for whatever reason.

      • Kim

        Since I consider myself libertarian, I have never voted for Obama, so therefore not deranged. However, I do not remember the Dems shutting down government against Medicare part D.

        • HJD

          I didn’t refer to you as deranged, just Obama, so please don’t put words in my mouth. As for Medicare part D, if the Dems chose to address the policy by trying to bring attention to the cost and inefficiencies of the program, then I would have been all for it.

  • liberalssuck

    We have a duty now to remind the American people in 2014 who shoved obozocare down our throats, who refuse to lower our debts, and who is driving us to a fiscal cliff that we may not be able to recover from.
    In 2014 we had better be beating the crap out of rino’s and democrats to take back the senate and keep the house.

  • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/100000566258765/ Gregory Goff

    All you guys gotta do then is win an election! just win baby!! ROTF… I am laughing at all of you on the right. you lost both elections, lost the fight against Obamacare. you shut the govt. down and still didn’t get nothing. So stop ya blood clot cryin’ win an election, If yall so smart and better americans then the rest of us then prove it ,win an election. Lol i know you guys are TTTiiigggghhhhhtttttt right now.

    • sentry_99

      Oh look. A hipster rastafarian wanna be who wants to enter a discussion with the adult. Run along little boy. You’d be out of your depth in a special ed. class. Here, you’re not even worth a chuckle.

      • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/100000566258765/ Gregory Goff

        does not change the fact that you gotta win an election.

        • sentry_99

          Well the House is in Republican control. The Dems don’t have a super majority in the Senate. You seem appear pretty ignorant, as does your president, on what a system of “checks and balances” actually means.

        • Michelle ✓classified

          Republicans did in 2010. They got control of the House (by a record number change of seats) when the American public disagreed with ACA being passed. Why do folks like you seem to ignore that fact?

    • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

      You do realize that the fact you can say what you want is based upon the Constitution and Bill of Rights that you are so readily willing to give up. And is something your ilk think is no longer relevant. Just sayin’.

      • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/100000566258765/ Gregory Goff

        Look you go get ya guns, or win an election…lol

        • The Penguin, Don’t talk shit

          douche response.

        • spaceycakes

          didn’t you say the same thing to AlGore in 2000?

    • syvyn11

      Can’t be a gracious winner.

      Okay, you won. Let’s see what you won! Don Pardo, please.

      Thank you Art, Gregory you’ve won a skyrocketing debt that your kids will have to pay off, you also won a health care plan that will send you to the poorhouse or the attention of the IRS, Months long waits for life saving surgery and everything costing more everywhere (how much is gas now?)!

      But that’s not all! You’ve also won a Republican house and a defeat for whoever runs for the democrats in the 2016 presidential elections. Cause when your pals and maybe you find out how bad ObamaCare is and how it’s damaging your life, you’ll find someone to blame. And Guess what NO REPUBLICANS VOTED FOR OBAMACARE!

      All that and a supply of Rice-o-roni, The San Fransisco Treat. Back to you, Syvyn11.

      Enjoy your victory now. It won’t last.

      • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/100000566258765/ Gregory Goff

        You bore me… Look no one believes you, you need more people… As long as you guys got people like Ted Curz and Rush limbaugh as your leaders we will…

        • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

          You will what? Be living in Mom’s basement?

          • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/100000566258765/ Gregory Goff

            hey why don’t you use your brilliance to help the republicans win an election.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            You mean like…2010?

          • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Or the governorships and state houses in 2012?

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Yeah. Amazing how Republicans kept winning well after people like Greggy kept saying the GOP was finished after 2008.

          • Hiraghm

            Because I don’t like the Republicans? Because they’re as bad as the Democrats, except they don’t lie as well?

        • Markward

          You’re an unimaginative troll. Seen better, still gotta give props for someone with such tiny self esteem need to go out onto the internet and be a brave key board warrior.

        • Chevypowered

          Typical. You have nothing but Obama. Nothing to crow about but having Obama. That’s it. Everything else is irrelevant.

        • RedSoloCup

          LIV trolls like you make us glad we do.

      • Hiraghm

        (how much is gas now?)!

        $42.31 per gallon. According to Atlas Shrugged part 2…

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      We got you to crow on a conservative website like a punk…

    • Arkuy The Great

      Yeah, just remember that your side could not take back the House nor regain a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate despite having the President’s star power advantage. And the recent Senate special elections in MA and NJ showed almost competitive margins in areas that the D-machine should have enabled a landslide.

      This is more feasible than you think.

    • Chevypowered

      You honestly think “YOU” won something don’t you? Look at the entire state of this country since this Marxist crack licker took office and you still feel like a winner? What category have you won champ? Look at the economy, borders, Health care and what both our enemies and allies think of us and tell me where you won? You are just like every other crack addicted Obama supporter. You are only in it for the position and not the responsibility that goes with it.

      You guys kill me. Every time this two bit shyster get his way by throwing his patent tantrums you always manage to crawl out from under your rocks to take to the freaking streets dancing. At the end of the day your effing lives still suck like ours, you are still struggling like us and you will still whine about the world owes you something.

      If that is winning I will take losing any day of the week. At least I have my self respect.

      • Hiraghm

        Do not feed the troll, as it gives him gas and increases his flatulence.

    • RedSoloCup

      Yawn

  • syvyn11

    So Obama is taking a victory lap with a side of “IN YOUR FACE”!

    I remember when Reagan told liberals “IN YOUR FACE”. Wait Reagan never did that cause he knew what it meant to be President of the People!

  • Joe

    This man child disgusts me. I believe we DID win an election and took control of the House.

  • walterc

    They don’t call him the I WON for nothing.

  • HJD

    No matter what, George W Bush would never have stooped so very low.

  • GoldsteinsBook

    I remember seeing some liberals freak out when GWB said “We had an accountability moment, and that’s called the 2004 elections” but I don’t recall Michelle Malkin claiming Bush was a bitter, spiteful, narcissistic, puerile megalomaniac whose sole goal is to turn this country into a scab for him to pick at and clap his hands as it bleeds.”

    Personally, it didn’t bother me when Bush said it (he was right) and it doesn’t bother me now that Obama is delivering the same message.

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      And, of course, you’re ignoring a little thing we like to call CONTEXT.

      George W. Bush, for all his faults, was a humble man in victory and defeat.

      Obama simply isn’t. He is egotistical to the point of self-delusion.

      Now, you were saying?

      • ProudAmericanLib

        You mean like how the day after his re-election, Bush said:
        “I Earned Political Capital, and Now I Intend to Spend It” #GooseGander

        • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

          And you ignore the entire context I provided.

          Does the truth bother you THAT much?

      • GoldsteinsBook

        I just pointed out that Michelle Malkin, Tammy Bruce and Ben Shapiro got their feelings hurt because Obama used language similar to Bush’s. Your feelings toward Bush and Obama don’t excuse the double standard. For what it’s worth, it also doesn’t excuse the double standard of liberals who got their feelings hurt over Bush’s statements but are silent about Obama’s.

        • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

          And again, context is ignored.

          Come back when you get it.

          • GoldsteinsBook

            Your argument: The things Obama says which prove he’s egotistical can be said by Bush to prove his humility.

            The only context you are presenting are your personal feelings about each man.

    • ProudAmericanLib

      Agreed.

  • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

    President Prissy Pants? The Republicans DID win elections. And you called them terrorists for exercising their opinions.

  • copperpeony

    “Win elections? That’s a very telling statement BECAUSE his company SCYTL (George Soros’s holding) counts our elections via computers in Spain. A few of us warned this country in 2011 but no one listened.

    Our f***king elections are manipulated! Same thing will happen in 2014 unless the idiots in Congress investigate this.

    • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

      Yep. 27 states sent their votes to Spain to be counted. Soros bought the election.

  • Olvar

    Hallelujah! He is starting to crack up!

    • neoface

      We do have a mentally insane person leading this government, like most mentally ill people, he hasn’t been diagnosed yet, not until he does something society consider to be horrendous.

  • Michelle ✓classified

    “You don’t like a particular policy, or a particular President, then argue for your position and win an election.”

    Uh yeah, that happened in 2010. He quickly he forgets. The American public didn’t like the ACA policy/law, so the Republicans were elected to take control of the House because those who elected them wanted the law demolished. So, We The People already followed his advice, and he and his folks called them terrorists and refuses to negotiate with them.

    • everythingispolitics

      What happened in 2012 when you had the opportunity to get rid of him and the Senate who aided him?

      • Michelle ✓classified

        Illegal aliens, dead people and dogs had the upper hand.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        Face it, Republicans only count the elections they win and ignore the ones won by Democrats. Just like they try to de-Americanize anybody successful in the Dem party.

        • spaceycakes

          ‘we’ don’t have to ‘de-Americanize’ anyone in the dem party–they do it to themselves, proudly

        • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

          At least they CAN count…

  • Acethepug

    Does Obama mean that in the way that the Republicans won THEIR elections, and kept the House?

    Of course he doesn’t. The petty, thin-skinned narcissistic little tyrant-child only means it when it benefits HIM.

    How America could have voted for a community agitator for President, twice, is beyond me.

  • neoface

    Obama’s true colors, a petty, spiteful, little, narcissistic, smug, unqualified, empty suit. I just can’t believe Oblamer actually won the reelection. I think it was fixed!!! Or people are willing to give up their freedom for nanny government.
    Did you guys hear what this woman on the news said, that the EBT card was her money she uses to feed her children. The reporter should have told her, “No, its the taxpayer’s money, and why are you having children that you can’t support?”.

  • Denny Spitler

    you didn’t win hussein, you stole the election via voter fraud which you heartily endorsed. maybe it’s time for you toshut the f… up.

  • ssp556

    I have to laugh at these lib comments. Enjoy people. If you only knew what is about to happen.

    • bluewaternavy

      And they won’t know what to do when it does…

  • http://sharethisurlaboutglennbeck.com/ Gadamer too

    So long as Republicans refuse to provide a path to citizenship for undocumented workers, the Republicans will not get to the White House except as guests of the president.

    Oh, and the “asshats” are the ones who shut down the government.

    • Markward

      That be the democrats.

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Yes, I agree. Obama and Reid are, in fact, asshats.

      • World B. Free

        Ooops, sorry, I made the same comment above before I saw yours.

        GMTA and all that.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        You again, with your lame spin.

    • ProudAmericanLib

      Agreed.

    • Michelle ✓classified

      lol undocumented workers. Where I come from we call them illegal aliens and lawbreakers because that’s what they are. And for the record, the majority of Americans are against amnesty for those who entered this country illegally. There already is a path to citizenship, I have countless friends who took that path and did things the right way.

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      So, if someone were to break into your house with their family, you would let them stay, right? I mean, they’re just looking for a better life, after all.

    • Michelle ✓classified

      And for the record, it was the Democrats who shutdown the government. The Republicans submitted a few bills to approve funding and it was the Dems on the Senate who rejected the bills. They wanted all or nothing and then said the Republicans wouldn’t negotiate. Sending individual bills to the Senate to fund the government IS a form of negotiation. Refusing to vote on the bills, as the Senate did, is NOT negotiation. You do recall it was Harry Reid who said he would not pass a bill from the House to fund the cancer research and treatment for kids?

      • ProudAmericanLib

        What about the rule change to House Rule 22, Clause 4 on the eve of the shutdown? What about the letter sent to House GOP leadership, signed by 80 GOP reps, that refused to give the Speaker his majority if he didn’t attach a “defund the PP & ACA” to every budget negotiation going forward? Both of those are smoking guns to who actually orchestrated the shut-down. It takes brass balls (to quote Clinton) to do that and then say the other guy did it.

        • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

          So we’ve gone through the “you’re a racist” crap. We’ve been through the “it’s Bush’s fault” BS. We have now come to, “I have nothing to say to defend my guy so I will say, ‘but the other guy did it tooooooo’.” Good show.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Nope, conservatives blame liberals for what they themselves do. As usual: TWO WRONGS MAKE A RIGHT-WING ARGUMENT.

          • Markward

            Did you think of it by yourself, someone get Timmy a gold star!

          • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            Um….you’re the one that made the argument. You are obviously confused. Perhaps it’s past your nap time?

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            And a bunch of wrongs plus a half-wit makes a Leftist argument.

            Congratulations.

        • ProudAmericanLib

          I hear crickets chirping.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Just like I hear them when I confront people like you with the fact Harry Reid could have avoided this whole situation five years ago by, you know, doing his job…

        • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

          Yeah. Of course, Harry Reid not doing his job 5 years ago had something to do with it…say, what party is Reid a member of?

        • mike_in_kosovo

          Both of these are smoking guns to who actually orchestrated the shutdown

          You want a smoking gun? Ask yourself just HOW all those ‘closed due to shutdown’ signs magically got printed and shipped across the country overnight.

          Obama had NO intent of EVER negotiating. At least the Reps sent various bills in attempts to compromise. Reid and Obama refused.

      • Brian Sprouse

        Gov was shutdown when Obama was elected. He took 6 years to get a budget even when he had majority control. Only diff in the so called shutdown is that more money was spent by Obama’s admin to make is as painful for as many Americans as possible.

        • Michelle ✓classified

          Right? When you look at the history of shutdowns, the ones that lasted a day or two were when Reagan was in office and Tip O’Neil was Speaker. What does that tell me? Reagan negotiated to stop a shutdown. King Barry refused to and then gloated when he got his way. And yep, he spent more money keeping Federal property closed than it would have cost to keep it open. President Stompy Foot had a point to make.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      what is a “asshats”?

      • World B. Free

        It’s a “clean” way of saying A-hole.

        • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

          Actually, it is a refers to someone who head is so far up their own butt, they wear it as a hat.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Right, like a tri-cornered hat.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Or a typical Obamazombie…

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      There is a law on the books for citizenship.

    • World B. Free

      That is true, the asshats did shut down the government.

      Thank you for agreeing that 0bama and Reid are asshats.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        I don’t remember 80 “Democrats” threatening their leadership in a letter if there wasn’t a defund ObamaCare in all future budget negotiations. I don’t remember “Democrats” changing House Rule 22, Clause 4 on the eve of the shutdown denying the other party the ability to bring the Senate bill up for a vote. How the freak can you blame this on the Dems?

        • World B. Free

          What part of “I will not negotiate” (0bama’s words) did you not understand?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Since when do we want American presidents to give in to hostage takers?

          • Corey Dennison

            So…you’ve got nothing but Obama talking points. Got it.

          • Markward

            And you were saying something about having an argument, when this is nothing but an insult?

          • mike_in_kosovo

            When the American president *IS* the hostage taker.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            (SIGH) You can lead an elephant to water, but you can’t force him drink….

          • mike_in_kosovo

            You can lead a jackass to knowledge, but you can’t force him to think.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            I’m rubber, you’re glue….

          • mike_in_kosovo

            That’s about the level of maturity and intelligence displayed in your ‘argument’ so far, yes.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Sure, you can try to claim the point my sarcasm was making about you, if you like.

          • World B. Free

            Sir…. step away from the tired Daily Koz talking points.

            No one took any hostages. Negotiating with the opposing party is part of the job of being President. But once again, he voted “present” and let the government go into a shut down.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            He had no choice because the GOP House changed the rule at the last minute.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            How does the House changing a rule in THEIR procedure keep Reid or Obama from signing a bill, pray tell?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            The Senate stripped the defunding wording from the House CR and kicked it back to the House. Reid included the GOP’s budget numbers instead of their preferred numbers because that is what Boehner and Reid agreed on in July. According to Rule 22, clause 4 (prior to Sep 30th, 2013) ANY representative could then motion for the bill to be voted on. They replaced “any” with “The Majority leader or his designee” the day before the shutdown and Eric Cantor did not offer up the Senate bill to be voted on and therefore the government was shuttered. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jd-iaYLO1A

          • mike_in_kosovo

            And again…that prevented Reid from taking action on the bill, how?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            The House has to pass the CR after it’s negotiated by the Senate (remember, purse strings are controlled by House votes or lack of allowing votes). Reid did take action, the Senate sent back the CR, with the GOP numbers (agreed to by Reid and Boehner in July) but with the defunding language stripped out. Their argument: it’s a law and part of the budget. Eric Cantor refused to let it be voted on when it came back to them. He wouldn’t budge unless the Senate accepted the defunding…thus the shutdown. Don’t take my word for it, check congressional/senate sites to see the events as they played out.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            And if keeping the gov’t running was more important than 0-care, Reid could have passed the CR that was given him and negotiated 0-care after the fact.

            If keeping the gov’t running was more important than 0-care, Reid could have passed the CR funding kid’s cancer treatment and negotiated 0-care after the fact.

            If keeping the gov’t running was more important than 0-care, Reid could have passed any of the… eleven, I think it was? separate attempts by the House to fend off a shutdown, and negotiated 0-care after the fact.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Neither Reid nor the President decided to make this battle about OCare. The GOP House attached the defunding to the CR. Why don’t they get the blame? Evidently defunding was more important to the House GOP than keeping the gov running.

            The House GOP, backed by the 80 reps who signed the ransom note (below) chose this battle over the CR, plain and simple:

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Neither Reid nor the President decided to make this battle about OCare.

            Really? Is *THAT* why they demanded that 0-care be funded or they wouldn’t pass/sign the bill…because they didn’t make the battle about it?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Sorry, don’t know what else I can say here. Mike, believe what you want. If you want, have somebody explain to you the concept of settled law. I’m out.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            “Settled law”

            You mean like slavery and Jim Crow?

            Yes, by all means tell me about how “settled law” cant’ be changed.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Right, and those were enacted and considered the law of the land by all parties before various court cases and public opinions drove Congress to make changes…in some cases decades later.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            But the thing you’re overlooking is the fact that DIDN’T happen with Obamacare. The PRESIDENT made changes.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            So you admit that your ‘settled law’ argument was bull?

            That’s a start.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            The PP & ACA is settled law. Period. You or the Heritage Foundation don’t have to like it, to make it so.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Slavery and Jim Crow were ‘settled law’. Period.

            Thanks for shooting down your own argument, yet *again*.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            (SIGH)

            Mike, tell me what year they were enacted and what year they were changed. Then, maybe, if we’re all lucky, you will start to understand my point.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Here’s a better idea – explain why you think we have to wait decades to try to overturn a bad law?

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Yeah. Of course, that “settled law” went out the window when President Prissy Pants granted waivers AFTER the law was signed, thus violating the separation of powers written into the Constitution.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            You’re an idiot. Do you have any idea how many signing statements were made by Bush that changed the implementation of laws passed by congress? Are Republicans the only ones who can use the entire toolbox of powers available to the Executive Branch? Because he changed it, you should be able to? Because…TWO WRONGS MAKE A RIGHT-WING ARGUMENT?

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            And you’re STILL dodging the facts. Did Obama sign the law? Yes. Did he make exceptions to the law after it was signed? Yes. Did he consult Congress before making these exceptions, thus amending the original law? No.

            Checkmate.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Only an idiot declares checkmate in a Checkers game. Go read up on “presidential signing statements.”

            A mind is a terrible thing to waste, Thomas.

          • Markward

            So you support Jim Crow and Slavery, because at one time that was settled law too?

            Looks like we got a racist here!

          • ProudAmericanLib

            I support history as it was, MarkWad, don’t be such a cad.

            Oh, I get it…because you conservtards get called racists all the time. Well, at least that’s what Rush Limbaugh says and he’s always right by you folks.

            I’ve seen enough.

            Later, haters!

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            And all of this could have been avoided if Harry Reid had done his job and passed a budget five years ago.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            So, this rule change in 2013 prevented Harry Reid from passing a budget 5 years ago?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Here’s the Tea Party/GOP ransom note:

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Let’s see…President Prissy Pants has been pretty cozy with Iran and radical Muslim-controlled countries, right?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Well, that’s because he’s a Secret Kenyan Muslim Christian-killer bent a ruining America. Duh!

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            So you admit he DOES negotiate with hostage takers.

            Thank you for admitting it.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Yes, Thomas, you figured it out. Well done. Now I need to go report that to my masters at my local mosque.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Just make sure your crayons aren’t broken.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Sure thing. BTW, thank you for confirming that the House GOP actually ARE “hostage takers.”

        • Brian Sprouse

          Simple, unwilling to negotiate on a bill that the MAJORITY of america doesn’t want. The bill that was voted on by people who didn’t even read it.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Bullshit.

          • Corey Dennison

            Oooo…look at the gravitas and sound cogent argument!

          • RedSoloCup

            Of course, if the Obama-loving MSM doesn’t report it, it is BS.

        • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

          I remember 1 Senate Majority Leader refusing to do his job and pass a budget five years ago…

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Change subjects much?

          • Markward

            You’d know.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            You’re the one who brought up the shutdown. I’m merely pointing out a fact.

            #QuestionLeftistsRefuseToAnswer

    • Brian Sprouse

      undocumented workers = Criminal trespassers. Get your terms right. Their path to citizenship is right back to where the hell they came from. Then they can come in legally like many other do.

  • crazydiamond

    By “argue for your position and win an elecation”, he must mean lie your ass off and make up huge empty promises to the low info voters like he did.

  • Turd Burglestein

    More like go out there, argue your position, then get audited by the IRS.

    • Turd Burglestein

      Or is it go out there, argue your position, then we’ll call you racist.

      • conservativechick

        Both. It seems to work with ignorant people. There must be a lot of them.

        • ProudAmericanLib

          According to Ted Cruz there’s about 2 million of them. He should know, he has their signatures.

          • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

            He must have a plant in the DNC to get all those names from their donation list.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            The GOP outspent the Dems in 2012, so kind of a stupid attempt to re-turn my phrase.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            And so does Obama. They’re called “his donor list.”

          • mike_in_kosovo

            He should know, he has their signatures

            Y’all got 2 million people to sign that ‘impeach Cruz’ petition?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            A rush to impeachment is your game, not mine. The Dems who are clamoring for a Cruz impeachment are misguided, imo. I’m just glad he’s not my Senator.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Of course, the fact the President HAS broken laws makes him a prime candidate for impeachment.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            (SIGH) Go for it then, the American people could use a good laugh.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            You guys said that with Bill Clinton…and he was impeached.

            You REALLY want to go through that again with someone LESS popular than Clinton?

      • bluewaternavy

        THEN get audited by the IRS…

  • TheMandarin

    Uh, I despise this scum…so will hardly be found taking up for him on policy…but he has a point….McCain? Romney? We’ve got to do better than that folks.

    • Brian Sprouse

      Real issue is the lies by the media. until that’s fixed they will continue to run stories that we trick the less educated voters in to voting for who they want.

  • ProudAmericanLib

    Hurts, don’t it?

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Yes, having to deal with people as clueless as you does give one a headache.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      Ahhhh….here, you can have the whole can…

      0Commie will send you the bill…Illegal as it is!

    • http://drudge.com snyper77

      Only for a while. 2014 is on the way, Libs. Then “read ’em, & weep.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      And you too sweeeet little Commie Servant aren’t immune…

      • ProudAmericanLib

        “Commie?” What freakin’ decade do you live in?

        • spaceycakes

          ok, ‘fascist’

          • ProudAmericanLib

            What, not “heretic?”

          • Brian Sprouse

            uneducated mindless voter works for you too.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Winner!

        • mike_in_kosovo

          The one where the Communist Party of the USA endorsed Barack Obama – what freakin’ decade do *YOU* live in?

    • Michelle ✓classified

      Folks like you are exactly what is wrong with this country. After reading your comments around here, it’s very clear all you really care about is, “My side won! Your side lost!” People exactly like you and the folks in Congress with the same mindset are the cause of the division and destruction of our country. My team! We won! You are a pathetic American.

      • World B. Free

        You got that right, Michelle. Except for the “American” part. :-)

        • ProudAmericanLib

          [email protected]!

          • Corey Dennison

            You have no case, and the only point is the top of your head.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Who can argue with that logic.

          • Corey Dennison

            Said the moron whose response earlier to a fact was “Bullshit.”

            Way to go, Dr. Hawking; you’re almost winning!

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Sorry, I keep forgetting only conservatives are allowed to use curse words that hurt feelings.

          • Corey Dennison

            Wow, you consistently miss the point. It wasn’t that you used a curse word, moron. it’s that it was your only response to a recorded fact.

            You really aren’t very good at this are you?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Talking to assholes, no, I’m not good at that.

          • Corey Dennison

            But talking OUT OF your a$$hole, you’re awesome at that.

          • RedSoloCup

            Speaking of assholes…

      • ProudAmericanLib

        Insults aside, I’m happy you at least chose to call me an American. Although, I do have my birth certificate handy if you need it. 😉

        • Michelle ✓classified

          You should probably step off your assumptions. I will call anyone who is a citizen of this country an American, because that’s a reality. Whether or not I think they are a good American is another story. No clue why you bring the birth certificate up with me. I’m not a birther or never jumped on that conspiracy bandwagon. In fact, I’ve taken slack on this very site from my own peers on here for expressing I don’t believe Obama was born in Kenya. Thanks again for proving my point – you’re stuck in some kind of grade school mentality of MY TEAM WON! and EVERYONE ON THE OTHER TEAM believes all the same things! Grow up and stop trying to destroy my country with your hate, intolerance and juvenile mindset.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Kudos for not being a birther, Michelle. Now quit ruining MY country with your inability to see the hate coming from your party. I’m a lover, not a hater. I’m just not a push-over liberal and thankfully, neither is our president.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            I’m an Independent, I belong to no party. Apparently you’ve chosen to ignore my suggestion that you step off your assumptions. You’re not a hater? Hello, have you read all your comments on this post? You act like an 8 yr old child.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Sorry, mom.

          • Corey Dennison

            It’s OUR country too, d-bag. you know, the one that YOUR president is currently screwing up?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Did I say it wasn’t? Or did you not understand I was responding to her claim of national ownership?

          • Corey Dennison

            You implied it with your words “MY country”

          • ProudAmericanLib

            You are living in your own world and then responding angrily to what you perceive is a slight.

          • Corey Dennison

            Wow…are you familiar with the psychological term “projection?” You just nailed it in your response.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            So you still don’t understand what the “MY country” was in response to, do you?

          • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

            Yeah…He actually ACTS like a Chicago mob thug….More like John Gotti after beating a Federal Rap…#Really! And when Congress doesn’t give him what HE wants, he throws his tantrums, taking it out on the REAL AMERICAN People! If you don’t believe me, just look at what he did to the Veterans. And if you think Sarah Palin and/or Ted Cruz were the ones closing down the Monuments, SARAH PALIN ISN’T EVEN IN OFFICE! And, she and Cruz were at the Monuments, trying to KEEP THEM OPEN! Understaaaannnddd? Jawamax 8<{D}

          • ProudAmericanLib

            You mean the monuments those TeaParty idiots orchestrated the closing of and then quickly rushed out so that they could be seen protesting alongside our nation’s heroes? The surreal part of that was when Sarah Failin’ said: “we won’t let our veterans be used as political pawns” as she smiled to the cameras and introduced Ted Cruz to the crowd. LOL!!!

          • mike_in_kosovo

            You mean the monuments those TeaParty idiots orchestrated the closing of
            and then quickly rushed out so that they could be seen protesting
            alongside our nation’s heroes?

            In what version of reality *outside of the one in your head* does the Tea Party run/control the park rangers?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            In what version of reality does a federal government shutdown NOT include parks, moron? Or are you still coming from the perspective that the GOP had nothing to do with the shutdown…despite the letter sent by 80 GOP Reps saying they wouldn’t go forward without a defunding of ObamaCare in any budget or the last minute rule change of House rule 22. clause 4 to prevent the shutdown?

          • mike_in_kosovo

            In what version of reality does a federal government shutdown NOT include parks, moron?

            Oh, the last 17 or so… idiot.

          • ProudAmericanLib
          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Ummm…maybe you should work on your own hate first. #JustSayin

          • ProudAmericanLib

            “Hello, Kettle? Yes, it’s me, Pot. Listen I just called to say…you’re black.”

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Thank you for proving my point.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Thomas, please find somebody to explain my comment above to you.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Why? Not only did I understand it, but it proved my point about your hate.

            Seems it’s you who needs to have an adult explain things to you.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Explain to me how a joke signifying that you were a “pot calling a kettle black” is an example of my hate?

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Easily done.

            I said you should work on your own hate first. You came back with a hateful comment, thus proving my point.

            Need the hand puppets?

        • Brian Sprouse

          I see you identify with the jackass in the above pic. That makes sense. The not so funny part is that you are cheering a president that will eventually hurt you as well.

        • Michelle ✓classified

          And I will enlighten you to a fact, since you’re new around here and haven’t seen me explain this a few times. I was a registered Democrat all my adult life – I voted for Clinton (twice) and then for Gore. It was during Bush’s second term that I woke the flip up to what Democrats had become – vile, hateful, attack dogs behaving in the exact same way they always accused Republicans of behaving. I was no big fan of Bush, but the way the Left (media, Congress, general public) crucified that man on a daily basis, blaming him for EVERYTHING, taking responsibility for NOTHING solidly turned me away from being a Democrat. I voted for Bush, the first time in my life voting for a Republican not because I thought Bush was doing an outstanding job, but because I refused to see Kerry in office. And seeing how the left is only getting more and more detached from reality, logic and facts, I seriously don’t ever see myself voting for a Democrat ever again. I opened my eyes and they will remain open. I watched that party turn into the most hateful, angry, hypocritical, detached, reality denying entity I’ve ever seen. I stopped being a Democrat and will never again vote Democrat precisely because of people exactly like you.

          • World B. Free

            Congratulations on your openmindedness. Seriously.

            Next thing you know, you’ll be a libertarian. That’s the path I have taken.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            My friends on both sides have told me I’m Libertarian, but honestly I just can’t stomach belonging to any party – I do not like the idea of party lines, I form opinions of situations based on the situation, not the way a party I might belong to expects me to believe. Truth is, there is not one single party that fully represents my feelings and beliefs on every issue, and I’m not willing to compromise my feelings and beliefs just to be part of a party. As for Libertarian, I agree with less Government involvement in our lives, less taxes, adherence to the Constitution, but I draw the line at total anarchy. For the most part, I side with Republicans on most issues, but will not call myself one since I don’t follow all their platforms and it would be disrespectful to call myself a Republican when there are some issues I don’t see eye-to-eye with them about. A party deserves to have it’s members backing them on all issues, and I’m just not that way.

          • World B. Free

            I used a small “L” intentionally…. libertarianism (small L) is more of a philosophy than a party affiliation (big L Libertarian).

            I’m with you on being a “Republican” too. The party has been a major disappointment too many times for me to call myself a big-R “Republican.”

        • Corey Dennison

          No…I think everyone here is pretty ashamed that you’re a fellow American. Michelle is right about people like you being the problem.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Dude, you and your ilk are an embarrassment to those of us that take pride in ALL Americans.

    • RedSoloCup

      Speaking of someone who has always had his @ss handed to him.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        Agreed, it’s usually the Dems that cave to the GOP and their fight to the death tactics. It nice to see the Dems finally stick to their guns and the American people agreed. That’s why the Speaker and McConnell finally stopped holding things up.

        • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

          Yeah. Say, how do you guys expect to pay for everything you’ve racked up so far?

        • RedSoloCup

          Both who are pretty much full blown Libs now.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            LOL! Oh, you guys kill me!

  • http://www.theretiredbabyboomer.net/ Dave

    The sad thing about it, despite RINOs practically destroying the GOP, there could have been more election wins if illegal aliens and dead people would stop voting in elections.

    • conservativechick

      Valid voter ID, no Driver’s licenses for illegals and non-citizens should not be allowed to vote. Seems so simple and yet, the Democrats fight this like crazy? They win by cheating and we all know it. Time to stop that before we end up with single party rule.

    • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

      You wouldn’t be referencing to this?

  • Republicanvet

    Poor marylandman. Sniveling suggestions about personal responsibility while supporting a nitwit who blamed Bush for 4 years…and now blames Ted Cruz.

    Take some personal responsibility for your uninformed choice mary…direct your whining to the Spite House.

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    Warning…
    this looks a lot like the OCommieCare and the OCommie Care Regulations and The Government Tracking Databases (Newest Illegal Database being CFPB that DataMines and Tracks every ATM Receipt and Credit Card Receipt)….

  • MNWoman

    You know, the Tea Party did win a lot of elections in 2010. Curiously, the Tea Party was much quieter in 2012. Weird, huh?

    Good thing we have a non-partisan MSM to keep you in check.

    • QueenB ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Ok, so on one hand, the Tea Party means nothing. On the other, they shut down the government and almost blew up the world. Once again, cognitive dissonance.

      • journogal

        Sort of like how liberals regarded Bush (and still do)…he was an idiot, yet he was brilliant enough to not only mastermind 9/11, but also single -handily bring down the economy.

    • conservativechick

      Good thing the IRS was there to intimidate and silence The Tea Party, too.

      • MNWoman

        There can be no mistaking his tone of this little speech today. I am deaf and even I can hear the arrogance in his tone. It is that obvious.
        And the MSM is probably fawning over him while laughing at this comment.
        Absolutely shameful doesn’t begin to describe this.

  • Joel Busher

    The American government has lost the spirit of public service and is possessed of a designing spirit filled with all kinds of insidious political agendas – treachery is on the rise. The expected humility of public servants is lost to political arrogance. Those in office even decry their hatred to a Constitution which they have declared to uphold. Who is to blame? The answer is the source of public authority, the People.
    Historically, the Founders expected Americans to remain virtuous and knowledgeable and from this vast pool of enlightened citizenry, the most discreet, tested, and respected servants would be raised to offices of public trust. But the America people have forsaken their sacred obligation to train themselves as America’s sovereign. They fail to inculcate the moral virtues required for integrity. They fail to oversee the laws of the land and the magistrates who execute them. They fail to keep one day a week, the Sabbath, for public assemblies for the work of public business. They fail to train their citizens in the principles of the Declaration of 1776, and of their Constitution. The US Constitution is not failing America; the American people are failing America. Let every American return to the Sabbath throne to do work of sovereignty. The Sabbath is citizenship training day. It is election day. It is court of last resort in judging the character and wisdom of those who are to be elected to office.

  • RosiesSeeingRed

    He can be this arrogant because he knows he has mainstream media in his back pocket. And he knows his sheeple are fools.

  • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

    This was for Garymother Freekincoleman but the mods removed his post:

    First of all, Conservatives aren’t the GOP. You need to get that fact
    straight first. Now take your gloating to some Republican-run blog and
    post it there.

  • RockThisTown

    Win an election, Mr. President? You mean lie about your background & your policies & then engage in massive voter fraud to win? Is that what you mean?

    I will also remind you, Mr. “I-Won-So-You-Shut-Up,” that the Republicans won the House of Representatives – quite decisively, I might add.

    • MNWoman

      He seems to forget the House majority is Republicans. Did he forget what happened in 2010?
      Or even more, does he think him being re-elected gives him sole power to determine the course of our nation?
      When John McCain kept criticizing Ted Cruz and Mike Lees effort. To defund Obamacare because the dems control the senate with a democratic president, I would like to know if he thinks there is no point, then, for the republicans to ever try to do anything. I mean, with that attitude, why not just surrender before they even begin to fight?

      • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

        “We have not even BEGUN to FIGHT!” #JohnPaulJones Jawamax 8<{D}

  • sandi730

    Win an election???? How about steal, lie, cheat to win an election???

    • ProudAmericanLib

      I thought we agreed to not talk about George Bush anymore?

      • mike_in_kosovo

        Given that multiple recounts (including by the press) all confirmed the Bush won, your comment would be the lie, yes…

        • ProudAmericanLib

          It could also have been a joke, Mike. 😉

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Okay. Speaking of jokes, how does Obama expect to pay for his non-functioning lemon of a “law”?

      • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

        You mean those two times when Bush actually WON? Winning isn’t stealing, son.

  • Kevin

    This is much ado about nothing. The gist of it is that laws are laws and you don’t change them by defunding the government. If you want them changed, have enough respect for everyone to win some elections and THEN change it.

    His stuff is right on the money on this one but is being taken out of context because people desire to take it out of context.

    • Bram Sortwell

      Yeah, laws are laws, until King Obama grants exemptions and delays enforcement of particular portions, then it’s okay. Maybe he should actually put changes to a vote instead of (effectively) line-item vetoing the law after the vote.
      How silly of me, but I thought Congress was elected.

      • ProudAmericanLib

        Because his delays and exemptions are so bad, can’t the GOP dictate some too? TWO WRONGS MAKE A RIGHT-WING ARGUMENT every time! 😉

        • Bram Sortwell

          GOP dictate? Hilarious, rich! Explain, pray tell, how Congress dictated — as opposed to voted.

          AND I never claimed the President doesn’t have the power to selectively (or all-out refuse to) enforce law. He does. BUT the Congress also has the power to play hard-ball and refuse to fund policies. It is all part of that wisdom in the Constitution that divides powers in Government.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            I’m sure you feel the same way about how the PP & ACA was made into law, right?

          • Bram Sortwell

            If by same way, you mean that Congress voted on it (as opposed to dictated), then yes. Did I like the outcome? No. Just because governmental branches have certain powers they can exercise doesn’t mean I have to be happy about the outcome. (In the same way, you have a first amendment right to your point, which I uphold, though I don’t have to like what you are actually saying.) I am sure you would agree. Over the years, many things that were once law have be revoked by Congress, etc.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Sure, but they’re usually conceded as a law and allowed to go into effect first. Can you point to another time in American history where the Democrats refused to fund settle law as part of their budget?

          • Bram Sortwell

            Does that matter? I seriously doubt that in over 200 years, this tactic hasn’t been used; but even if not, it is still a power of Congress. I frankly don’t care what party uses it (especially since the modern parties in their current form don’t go back very far).

          • ProudAmericanLib

            So then your answer is “no, I can’t.” A last minute changing of the rules is not normal congressional procedure, dude:

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jd-iaYLO1A

          • Bram Sortwell

            Now it seems you are equivocating. Parliamentary procedure changes and Congressional powers under the Constitution are two different subjects. I have been referring (and you did in your previous post. . . “Can you point to another time in American history where the Democrats refused to fund settle law as part of their budget?”) to a Congressional power of funding.
            I am not really interested in how often the power is used, only that it does exist. I have never invoked my 4th Amendment right before, but I would certainly if the situation warranted.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Sorry,thought you might be able to keep up. I moved on from my first point to how the GOP rigged the shutdown and then had the brass balls to blame it on Reid and Obama. Reid and Obama are only guilty of surprising the GOP (not to mention ClubForGrowth, Heritage and many of us liberals) by not backing down to the GOP’s little stunt.

          • Bram Sortwell

            No, you are just trying to play cute little games, and got caught when I actually watched your link.
            I do give credit to the Democrats for the strength of their conviction to sustain the shutdown and wait out the gutless Republicans. I don’t agree with liberals, but the Republicans are worthless fakes. At least the liberals stick up for themselves. I don’t like liberals’ ideas; I don’t like Republicans’ character.

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Dude, not sure what you mean by games, but glad you watched the link.

            During the Bush years I was frustrated by the GOP’s lock-step and the Democrats in-fighting. It’s nice to see it on the other side.

            Trust me, liberals don’t usually lock-step. Put 3 liberals in a room and you usually get 4 different opinions! Most of my liberal friends are not fans of Obama. They see him as a centrist at best! 😉

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Astroturf Wall Street proves you wrong.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Since when is Harry Reid a Republican?

          • ProudAmericanLib

            Do you just respond to your own stupid questions in your head? Please get an adult to read my comments to you, there seems to be a breakdown in comprehension.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Yes. You don’t understand Harry Reid failed to pass a budget, which prompted the need for Continuing Resolutions to keep the government’s doors open.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            But it IS okay in your book, apparently.

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      So, tell us all what context he REALLY was speaking of and why he wasn’t smart enough to underscore it in his speech.

  • LegalizeShemp

    Didn’t the liberals used to lecture us that the whole point of government is to give the minority opinion a voice to avoid the tyranny of the majority suppressing them? What happened to that so called “principle” ?

    • Michelle ✓classified

      Our whole government system is designed so that the tyranny of the majority can’t suppress the whole. It’s exactly why the three branches of government (executive, legislative, judicial) have equal power. But isn’t it interesting that Liberals scream about tyranny of the majority and utilize all branches when something hasn’t gone their way, but when things have gone their way, they tell the other side to suck it up and deal with it? The hypocrisy is astonishing.

      • David

        May I add for friends Shemp and Michelle, the Founders also included two year terms for House representatives so they would be responsive to their constituents; and they put in six year terms for Senators so that they would be less concerned with reelection and more concerned with doing what is right for the nation. They did not count on the greed that would come to consume members of these bodies. After all, the Founders were patriots – a term gone by the wayside thanks to leftist radicals.

        • ProudAmericanLib

          blame, blame, blame….

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            More like truth, truth, truth.

          • RedSoloCup

            idiot, idiot, idiot

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    This KING FINK needs to be IMPEACHED, like YESTERDAY!! THERE IS NO TOMORROW!…Dang, I should’ve said that YESTERDAY! XD Jawamax 8<{D}

  • Larry Rappaport

    This is the only thing Obama has been right on. The Republican Establishment has been in charge of this department for decades failing miserably and as we’ve just witnessed still damaging us. The Republican Establishment must go.

    One other question we should all ask ourselves, what entity is in charge of vote counts during the general Election? No one can answer this question and its question that needs to be answered.

    • Josh

      It’s now a foreign entity, owned and operated by a Soros outfit. Telling us that if you don’t like it, then win an election is kinda BS when you can rig elections in your favor. Shooting down voter ID laws, using the IRS, DOJ, NSA, HHS, to name a few. The deck is stacked against us.

    • Josh

      Here is the info Larry, lots of information out there about this if you don’t trust CNN, I don’t.

      http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-776220

    • Josh

      Here is the answer larry… lots of information out there….

      http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-776220

  • Frustrated Teacher

    So is he NOW FINALLY going to take responsibility for something, ANYTHING that has happened in the last 4 years….and EVERYTHING that will happen as a result of the ACA?? I doubt it….

  • Jeff Watson

    He isn’t in control, GOD IS!! Watch and see……

    • Josh

      Good man, thank you Jeff!

  • M2000

    Obama will soon have another deficit on his hands, pro-business Democrats rubbed out by the unions and soon division among the unions.

  • UrDumber

    The most transparent, inclusive Presidency in history? This guy could phart and the media would smell roses.

  • UrDumber

    The most transparent, inclusive Presidency in history? The great uniter for all those who believe the Robin Hood theory of government This guy could pfhart and the media would smell roses.

  • UrDumber

    hello

  • Mickey O’Brien

    Sounded like a double dirty dog dare to me. Indeed, let’s go win an election. NJ Dems could trot out John List for U.S. Senator, stick a D after his name, and 55% of the electorate would vote for him.

    • ProudAmericanLib

      Exactly that’s how bad the Republican brand is.

      • Mickey O’Brien

        No that’s the Dem sheeple in NJ. Though the Republicans in NJ are pretty pitiful.

        • ProudAmericanLib

          There are plenty of states where 55% of the electorate will vote for somebody just because they have an “R” by their name too. Don’t mistake this for an argument, it’s only in addition to what you said. :)

  • Conservaguy

    Look, we all know Obama is a piece of shit.He is a narcissistic ass and he can’t help himself from making dumb ass comments. Conservatives problems isn’t dealing with him. It’s dealing with the so called republicans. I bet this next election cycle there are going to be some surprised RINOs.

  • Protus Mose

    Nothing new. When Obamacare was first passed, someone asked him about pushing through a bill that the majority of Americans didn’t want and his response was along the lines of, “If people don’t like it, that’s what elections are for.”

    • Vlad99

      Yup and he won.

      • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

        And then the Republicans in the House won. Then, President Prissy Pants decided to ignore the results of those elections and call them “terrorists.”

        • Vlad99

          Too bad congress alone is not enough to repeal anything. Only put on a show and grandstand on the back of veterans.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Yeah, because wanting to spend less money than we take in is TOTALLY grandstanding…

          • Vlad99

            It does not seem to be an issue when the money is spent on tax cuts for the rich.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Of course, if tax cuts actually cost money, your point would be valid.

            Unfortunately for you, they don’t cost anything. If anything, they ADD income to the federal coffers.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Of course, when tax cuts don’t cost anything, your argument is moot.

            And when don’t tax cuts cost anything? ALL THE TIME.

          • Vlad99

            Tax cuts don’t cost anything? Did you go to Herman Cain school of macro-economics? Bush tax cuts started driving the deficit.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Tax cuts tend to INCREASE funds coming into the federal coffers. That means MORE money, not LESS money.

            If we get in MORE money, that means deficits are the result of spending more than we take in. The tax cuts didn’t cause us to spend more and didn’t cost anything to enact.

            In short, tax cuts didn’t cause the deficit. Overspending did.

          • Vlad99

            The purpose of taxes is to collect funds how cutting them increase funds? Bush inherited a budget surplus from the Clinton and promptly cut taxes back to deficit.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Wrong. All of Clinton’s “surpluses” were projected and based on hypothetical income. Remember the federal settlement with Big Tobacco that Clinton had banked on? It never happened, but it was included as part of his “surplus” calculations. (By the way, isn’t that the kind of bookkeeping that got Arthur Andersen in trouble?)

            As far as how cutting taxes increases revenue, it’s very simple. Cutting taxes means people have more money to spend, save, or invest. In each of those cases, taxes are collected at some point or another. Some will be kept locally, but others get sent to the federal government.

            When taxes are increased, people tend not to spend money, thus the tax revenue is reduced. That’s because people aren’t comfortable spending money when most items are too expense for them due to declining income.

            So, tell me again how something that has been proven to increase government income somehow costs money…

          • Vlad99

            More trickle-down bullshit.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            Backed up by, well, government figures.

            http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/editorials/2012/12/04/revenue-was-up-under-bush-tax-cuts.html

            Unless, of course, you’re going to call the NY Times liars….

      • RedSoloCup

        By help of illegals, dead people, and the unregistered.

        • Vlad99

          Says the teabagger.

          • Markward

            Says my bitch.

  • Belinda Henry

    I watched President dumbass speak for a few seconds. Belching out the same crap he’s been saying for years but never actually makes a move toward doing. Meanwhile the economy still sucks,people are working for the same money ,paying more out to live and a steady stream of never do wells suck the system drive. I’m voting against any incumbent that continues to allow the same ol crap year after year.

  • Zorro

    What a graceless piece of work. No class, no common sense, no love of country.

    • nc ✓s & balances

      That’s it.

  • Frank Miller

    UNREAL coming from a POTUS!…BTW…WE DID WIN THE HOUSE YOU ASSH*&*LE

  • David Cutler

    Doesn’t BO understand that EVERY member of Congress WON an election?

  • machtyn

    He’s right of course. Of course, they say cheaters never win. I guess that’s another rule that Democrat politicians ignore.

  • MICHAEL WICK

    Man just when I was starting to like the guy…

  • Vlad99

    When democrats lost the recall vote in Wisconsin to Scott Walker that was also the conventional wisdom. No democrats cryed “voter fraud” we accepted the results.

  • allenbarr

    To shut down the affordable care act Workers of America will need to stop purchasing start missing work. No taxes no government revenue. It should also remove the president.

  • Fred Martinez

    The American people lost when this petty little b!tch “won”.

  • NickGranite

    Maybe we should all join the democrat party, form a bloc and demand our cut. Oh, nevermind, there would be no one to draw the cut from.

  • Kaka1625

    All week what was it you called it “the spitehouse”…now you want him to play fair. What self righteous indignation…

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      Three words for you.

      Pot. Kettle. Black.

      • Kaka1625

        thomas. snarkmaster. general…what game are we playing, I don’t get it.

        • Markward

          It’s the game where you be stupid, and we laugh at you. Doing a good job at it.

  • Todd Thaw

    My suggestion would to win the senate and the house.then change the nanny state laws the knucklehead put in place to get elected. A conservative will not be elected until Americans will not be able to get free food, free housing, free phones, free,free,free!

  • I_Vote

    As usual, it’s all about Barry. Not only is he wrong about his responsibilities in a divided government, he is compelled to be a jerk about it. He might as well have brought a gas can with him to his lecture.
    I already know liberals have no class from their treatment of George W. Bush. And, so, inevitably, when liberals are again a minority party, their defense of low and criminal behavior by Obama will remind us that their “outrage” is always phony.

  • RedSoloCup

    What a pathetic, narcissist man-child.

  • Michael Curley

    I take comfort in the fact that despite the media’s love affair with this president all he will ever be known for is a bad economy and a epic failure of a health care law. The Obama presidency is already a failure, and the media has dug themselves into a credibility abyss with their unwaivering devotion to this failure.

  • Weygand

    He is the new Ayatollah Assahola

  • $59154503

    Well it’s easy to win and election when the regime is suppressing the opposition’s votes.

  • Kathleen

    THE REPUBLICANS DID WIN AN ELECTION THOUGH. How else did they gain the majority of The House in 2010?

    Over half the nation’s voters voted for Obama twice … But where is his approval rating now? Oh yeah, below 40%. Is he telling his voters to keep their mouths shut too? I guess so!

    • Kaka1625

      more than 60 million Americans voted for the president. How many voted for Sen Cruz or the speaker of the house?

      • Kathleen

        1. It’s called Checks & Balances. The President doesn’t have all of the power in the nation, whether 60 million+ people voted for him or not. Americans did not elect a king, thank you very much.

        2. Look at his approval rating. He’s lost plenty of support from that 60 million+ at this point.

        • Kaka1625

          really…you want to compare approval ratings. I never said he was king.

          • Kathleen

            Well, I got the implication that because Obama got 60 million+ votes, that means he always gets his way in every single facet of the government. That’s the gist of what he said earlier today as well. The President’s statement was both petty and immature.

            He made no effort to work with The House (which is a Republican majority, whether he likes that or not). The Republicans won the election in 2010 that puts them in charge of the purse. It’s the House’s JOB to fund things and fund them responsibly. Disagreements happen, but all branches of the government shouldn’t be expected to yield just because “The President won.” Due to the elections in recent years, Democrats AND Republicans share power right now. End of story.

            And yes, I really will compare approval ratings. The majority of Americans disapprove of him right now … So he’s going to completely ignore that and keep doing what he’s doing?

      • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

        Given the fact Senator Cruz was only voted upon by the state of Texas and the Speaker of the House is elected by the House of Representatives, your comparison is pretty stupid.

        • Kaka1625

          Think long and hard now Thomas…who do you think, is in a better position to speak for the American people, a Speaker choosen by “the House republicans”, a senator elected in Texas or the President of the United states who won by a clear majority and electoral votes?

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            If you thought long and hard, you wouldn’t have tried to compare a Presidential election to two unrelated elections.

            And given Obama’s track record as President, I personally don’t think he speaks for the majority of Americans. In fact, if you run the numbers and compare actual voters to eligible voters, you’ll find…Obama didn’t even win a majority. The same can be said about George W. Bush, by the way, but I don’t recall people like you saying Bush was legitimate and needed to be followed because he won two elections.

            Think long and hard, Kaka. If you didn’t say Bush was the voice of the majority after he won, how can you legitimately say Obama is without looking like a partisan hypocritical tool?

          • Kaka1625

            Your second paragraph is laughable and if you notice I wasn’t the one who started the comparism. Bush was president for 8 years and Obama will be president for 8 yrs too. It doesn’t surprise me that you think liberals don’t have different views.

          • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

            And you’re still not addressing the question asked.

            Nor are you addressing the fact your comparison wasn’t valid.

    • ProudAmericanLib

      Kathleen, you might want to check those numbers again.

      • Kathleen

        Gallup’s current numbers: Obama approval rating currently sitting at 42%, his disapproval rating at 52% http://www.gallup.com/poll/124922/Presidential-Approval-Center.aspx?ref=interactive

        Approval rating may have gone up from 37% last week, but over half disapprove at this point. He’s lost support from his own voters, based on these numbers.

        • I.m. Strandedinsonoma

          Those numbers will go down when all of the 18-30 year old mush brained Obama voters get their first ObamaTax bill.

  • Garymother Freekincoleman

    You been Co-opted son, all your seats are belong to us. Sincerely any party but the GOP.

  • Fawn tummies

    This president has no class.

    • I.m. Strandedinsonoma

      You’ve never seen his college transcripts either, huh?

  • BlueVet

    The documentary “hacking democracy” clearly shows how our voting system is manipulated and compromised with relative ease. It shows this by performing scientific random and repeatable tests of the nations voting machines.
    Elections are, as is politics as a whole are, a farce. An illusion of control. All high ranking political offices, including the presidency, are selected, not elected.
    Obozo never “won” anything, he was placed or selected for the presidency by the global elite.

  • $2943864

    We already won when they named his legislation “Obamacare”. His name will forever be attached to that mess.

  • Jarhead Ed

    To play by the Left’s rules is something that would do far more harm to the liberty movement than help it. The media is never going to give true conservatives a snowball’s chance in hell. The only way to beat them is to “win the hearts and minds” of Americans that don’t fully understand the consequences of the leftist agenda. Once they are shown that it is about control, then slowly and surely cracks in their base will form. I personally feel their greatest hope is their greatest weakness. Their hubris toward Obamacare will be their downfall. There have already been reports in the media about how libs are starting to see how so called “free healthcare for all” is more expensive than they thought. Far to often I see people arguing with liberals, THAT is what they want. They want conflict. If critical, objective thinking were a part of their thought process, then it would be easy to see the facts. Any time I engage someone with progressive leanings, I stay respectful and ignore the ad hominem remarks often made when faced with facts. The problem is they bought into the “hope and change” so much, that when proven wrong, they lash out. Most likely because they feel duped. No one likes to be fooled. So next time, instead of seeking the satisfaction of shutting someone down, take the time to try to present a solid argument. Even if they don’t see your point of view, you still have the moral high ground and chances are they know that deep down, they were wrong and have to look at their beliefs a little differently. It may be a little idealistic, but it would be better possibly have more allies than make and enemy more resistant. Just my two cents…

  • Masmani

    Over 1.8 million dead people registered to vote. I’m sure 0bama got all those votes!

    • I.m. Strandedinsonoma

      Yes, he got all 2.8 million of them.

      • Masmani

        Right, I wasn’t counting the people who have registered multiple time, repeat voters or illegal immigrants. Thanks for reminding me!

  • DiscoDucky

    To all the voters who said voting for Romney was no different than voting for Obama and stayed home……OWN IT!

    • jaun456

      Exactly!

  • sodakhic

    Sorry Barack, a judge said today we still have a right to our opinion.

  • Bob Franklin

    He’s a piece of schit president – what did you expect?

  • Bob Franklin

    We don’t have a leader, we have a make believe amateur playing president

  • Bob Franklin

    The left doesn’t care about what’s good for the country – only what’s good for the communist leftist party.

  • believer

    I agree with “some” liberal ideas…except that most liberals are immature, crawling on their belly through the dust of the earth, effeminate, little screamers, and appeasers. I agree with “most” conservative ideas…except that most conservative leaders, and pundits, are simply self-centered egomaniacs, trying to fool the folks of traditional values. So, two monkeys are arguing over how to control my life…do I get a choice in which one wins?

  • Ronnie Dobbs

    I’m confused about all this anger towards these comments. All he did was bluntly express how a representative democracy works. Given how obstinate and irrational the majority of conservatives behaved during our most recent government crisis, I can excuse him for being a little blunt with you.

    I remember from 2001-2008 being told constantly by conservatives that “I needed to respect the President’s decisions” or “Vote next Time” any time I spoke against something the Bush administration did. The Hypocrisy of you people is unbelievable.

    • Markward

      Really, whatever happened to “Dissent is patriotic.” Or does that apply to your side only?

      Your hypocrisy sickens me.

    • SharpRightTurn

      When did you ever hear Bush say anything like this to Americans? Obama is supposed to be a leader and should be above the fray of arrogant, condescension that he regularly engages in.

      There is a big difference in Americans saying “vote next time” and the President telling Americans that.

      Obama is a sore loser and a sore winner. He mirrors the Left….they tend to get nastier with each “win”. Amazing site to see….even more amazing when ANYONE defends that behavior.

    • gus

      You are so full of crap your eyes are brown. OR!! You’re a moron.

    • Don Carpenter

      He explained how a representative democracy works. Too bad this is a representative federal REPUBLIC. The minority has a say in a republic.

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      Of course, we’re NOT a democracy, representative or otherwise…

  • bill_a_bob

    Wow . . . John Stewart diplomacy………. Add laugh track here!

  • MadMadJack

    The repugnicant party is just that repugnant. Their next cave will be on amnesty, wait and see. How many honest politicians in America, 3-4-5? That 47% that Romney spoke of will soon be 60% when illegals get to vote democRat.

  • GoneApe

    He should have said Steal an Election since that is what he did through every means available including using the IRS to intimidate the opposition.

  • BeeKaaay

    @BarackObama: Making a position doesn’t matter when you have people who vote early and often, cartoon characters voting, illegal aliens voting for you. You got in twice by voter fraud and a RINOpublican party who cannot legally challenge voter results due to a 1983 court settlement with the Marxicrat party.

    • Silence Dogood

      HE didn’t do that, he was elected by someone ELSE running the most brilliant marketing strategy I’ve ever seen. He’s a reality star, not a POTUS.

  • Nicholas Richardson

    Ah, What did Obama say that was wrong? If GOP wants to change it, Win something.

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      They did. And then Obama decided the elections the GOP won in 2010 and 2012 weren’t valid enough for his liking.

  • SenatorSting

    Americans need to re-discover that democracy, in and of itself, is a degenerate form of government. Liberals worship it and believe a mob-majority vote legitimizes the trampling of individuals rights. They need a re-education on this issue. Winning an election does not remove the natural rights of the individual and it never will.

  • Bryan Ewbank

    So, lets win some elections in 2014. Lots and LOTS AND LOTS OF ELECTIONS!!!

    • jaun456

      Yes, we need to get up off our butts and vote each and every election local,state and national !

  • Pat Arnold

    Sadly this narcissistic SOB is taunting a beaten, bloody, and bewildered opponent that wastes all of its energy in fighting each other. I don’t think I will see the GOP rise again in my lifetime

  • JR48

    I cannot tell you that I’ve ever seen this much petulance out of a POTUS in my lifetime. Embarrassing.

  • craigzimmerman12

    The Republican Party has a good message: economic growth, low taxes, a balanced budget, but that message was obscured by a stunt that made Republicans look crazy and irresponsible.

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      Yeah, because wanting to spend less than what we’re spending now is totally irresponsible, right?

  • Ken Alan Draper

    my response to Obama:

    http://youtu.be/9V7zbWNznbs