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  • briner1957 briner1957 Jul 20, 2013 9:44 AM Flag

    Squamish the Cancer

    With a final message I leave this board to Squamish and his audience of less than ten:
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    Negative people find problems in every situation. They're never happy. They choose to focus only on problems and pitfalls, and never see any solutions or silver linings. They are worriers, always getting anxious about things over which they have no control. They're quick to blame others and to classify themselves as victims, always operating under the belief that the world is out to get them.

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    • "quick to blame others and to classify themselves as victims"

      At least you're leaving knowing just how Obushma operates, Sniffer. Albeit I'm sure your goodbye is as sincere as Lambchop's triple dog iggy. Before you skip of to join your silly boys, here's a few of his tidbits of incompetence, which I could post "ad nauseum"...

      "“Look, we do have a serious problem in terms of debt and deficit, and much of it I inherited when I showed up.”

      "“When I came into office there has been drift in the Afghanistan strategy, in part because we had spent a lot of time focusing on Iraq instead. Over the last three years we have refocused attention on getting Afghanistan right. " One of his best!

      "“Obviously, we wish Solyndra hadn’t gone bankrupt. Part of the reason they did was because the Chinese were subsidizing their solar industry and flooding the market in ways that Solyndra couldn’t compete. But understand, this was not our program per se. Congress–Democrats and Republicans–put together a loan guarantee program.”

 
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