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  • lkglhklkh lkglhklkh May 16, 2012 11:06 PM Flag

    Moochelle should seek psychiatric help

    Moochelle has lost her mind. She thinks Oprah is too fat to hang with. Has she looked at her own massive hips? This woman is just not right and should seek help, really. Once her and BO are booted out of office she will freak out.

    Moochelle remarked to her staff, “Oprah, with her yo-yo dieting and huge girth, is a terrible role model. Kids will look at Oprah, who’s rich and famous and huge, and figure it’s OK to be fat.”

    Oprah responded “Michelle hates fat people and doesn’t want me waddling around the White House!”

    A case of dicrimination against overweight people could be made against Moochelle.

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    • >>>So did Bush is the point.

      Yet somehow you blame Obama for the recession but don't blame Bush for the existence of Al-Qaeda. You blame Clinton. You thought Bush was doing something about Al-Qaeda, and even though he didn't get rid of Al-Qaeda right away, you didn't expect him to. These things take time.

      Obama inherited the Bush recession--the worst economic disaster since the Great Depression. And Obama has responded to it and gotten some very good results:

      http://www.bea.gov/newsreleases/national/gdp/gdp_glance.htm
      http://www.barackobama.com/jobsrecord

      Yet you expect him to wave a magic wand and "poof". Worse yet, you want to double down on the policies that caused the recession in the first place.

      I agree with you. Get over it and move forward. Don't go backwards.

    • No, you’re not getting the point yet again. The point was that while Obama is blaming all his bad performance on other things and people, he acts as if he is the only President to have unexpected or bad things happen on his watch. So did Bush is the point. Quit reading while trying to form your rebuttal points and try to get the context of the post.

      Get over it and move forward...isn't that his new campaign slogan, again. He said last time that his administration wouldn't be looking back, they would only talk about what they were going to do going forward. You know sort of like his claims to not hire lobbyists; put bills on the Internet before he signed them, to have major negotiations in public not private meetings, etc.

    • >>>Do you think that Bush's time wasn't impacted by 9-11?

      Great. Now 9-11 caused the Recession? And Clinton caused 9-11? So now you're going to argue that Clinton caused the Recession?

      Republicans caused the worst economic disaster since the Great Depression. Obama has clawed us out of it, slowly but surely. Romney wants to go back to the politics of the Bush administration.

      He actually wants to double down on the politics of the Bush administration. He wants to keep the Bush tax cuts in place and lower taxes for the wealthy even more. What do you think will happen then?

    • "Hey Obama claims that his plans have been hurt by Bush, by the weather, by the tsunami, by Arab Spring."
      Now this is typical right wing disinformation. They can't win on facts, so they distort. They rely on low information voters to get elected and hope the turnout is low.

    • Hey Obama claims that his plans have been hurt by Bush, by the weather, by the tsunami, by Arab Spring.

      Do you think that Bush's time wasn't impacted by 9-11? By the things that Clinton didn't do to stop terrorism.

      Enough of the excuses for Obama. He said if you elect me President I will do these things...and he has failed to do the majority of those things. It is a fact of life. You can blame anyone you want, but the fact is that he didn't do the things he said he would do if the people elected him.

      Obama can’t have it both ways. He did what he said, or he didn’t and he wants to blame someone else. That is not leadership; that is an empty suit pretending to be President.

    • Nevertheless, neither the Gallup organization nor the Pew Charitable Trusts are "government". Gallup is a private, for-profit corporation and the Pew Charitable Trusts are a collection private, non-profit research centers.

      The US has an outstanding mix of research organizations of exceptional quality, including our government statistical agencies and budget/policy research organizations. We all watch each other.

    • Thank you. I had an idea that those questions would bring out the over-the-top, radical, unvarnished deadbeat you really are. You're best response is to read into a post what wasn't actually written, lose it, and revert to name-calling. You're simply showing your true colors.

    • I'm pretty sure I didn't use the word loser or looser. But you may have a screw loose. . .

    • Ricky, losers is the correct spelling, not loosers as you pointed out. GL.

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