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Prediction: Obama will get away with it all

May 18, 2013

The news out of Washington gets curiouser and curiouser with each passing day. The scandal count as of this writing: Three....

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WhatMeWorry

May-18-13 6:04 PM

Obama will get away with it all because there isn't anything to go after him for when you look past the hyperbole.

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solutions

May-18-13 10:32 PM

What, you're kidding, right?

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solutions

May-19-13 9:20 AM

What, why don't you tell all of us exactly what Obama did the evening of Sept. 11 and the morning of Sept. 12, 2012? (You can skip the day of Sept. 12, we already know Obama was campaigning in Nevada.)

And when you've told us, then explain how that was not derelication of duty? Obama is, after all, commander of the U.S. military.

Tell us, please.

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WhatMeWorry

May-19-13 10:47 PM

Maybe you should tell me what he could have reasonably done differently. I'm not saying that he isn't beyond criticism. I'm just saying that he hasn't done anything to really go after him for.

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WhatMeWorry

May-19-13 10:48 PM

Purenonsense.

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solutions

May-19-13 11:18 PM

What, I think you need to amend your statement. Obama isn't coming clean,and the fact that he's concealing something suggests that it's wrong. He's also falsely trying to blame Congress for poor security, and the administration says there wasn't enough time to send in help, which is false on its face. Nobody knew how long the attack would go on.

Obama's hiding a lot. We just need to find out what it is.

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WhatMeWorry

May-20-13 12:47 AM

It is a tragedy, not a scandal. Well, maybe the spin is a scandal.

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solutions

May-20-13 8:11 AM

What, no it is not a tragedy. He is driven by the desire to change America. He took an oath to uphold the Constitution, and he's broken that oath repeatedly. Call it scandal or call it criminal, but it definitely is not tragedy.

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WhatMeWorry

May-21-13 9:47 PM

People keep saying that but I am yet to hear specifics that are true.

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solutions

May-22-13 12:41 PM

What, you're not paying attention. This from Politico just the other day:

"A second appeals court has joined the D.C. Circuit in ruling that President Barack Obama’s recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board were unconstitutional, concluding that some board actions taken in the wake of those appointments were also invalid."

There's lots more, so start paying closer attention, please.

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WhatMeWorry

May-22-13 3:59 PM

Seems like a pretty fine line when it comes to recess appointments and not something to get into a tizzy about. Frustration about the endless obstruction that the administration has faced when trying to do its job and fill positions is somewhat understandable. Certainly not an example of taking our freedoms, just an example of checks and balances.

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solutions

May-23-13 12:45 AM

What, give us a break, please. You can't possibly believe what you're writing.

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WhatMeWorry

May-23-13 1:35 AM

Why wouldn't I believe being correct? Romney was the worst choice and Obama hasn't really crossed any lines that rate getting upset over. Over all he is doing a good job.

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