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Too bad Obama's supporters don't grasp this when they're criticizing Dubya and other past Republican presidents for taking vacations.

Exactly.  Where the hell is Cindy Sheehan when O is out golfing, munching burgers and BBQ, shooting pool and drinking beer?? 


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Too bad Obama's supporters don't grasp this when they're criticizing Dubya and other past Republican presidents for taking vacations.

I think both sides are a little ridiculous about scoffing at the leisure time of presidents they don't like. The reason behind it is Republicans believe that Republican candidates are (generally) doing their best to do a good job, and the Democrats feel the exact same way about their own candidates. When one sees a candidate they support out on the golf course they think "He deserves a break. He's working hard for America" while the other side is thinking "Wow, that bum is hanging out playing golf while his policies are destroying America?"

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So the Idiot in Chief's job is fund raising? Who knew?
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I think both sides are a little ridiculous about scoffing at the leisure time of presidents they don't like. The reason behind it is Republicans believe that Republican candidates are (generally) doing their best to do a good job, and the Democrats feel the exact same way about their own candidates. When one sees a candidate they support out on the golf course they think "He deserves a break. He's working hard for America" while the other side is thinking "Wow, that bum is hanging out playing golf while his policies are destroying America?"


In theory I would agree with you, but Lord Obama, had said we need to tone down our lifestyle and yet he lives like a king..
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So the Idiot in Chief's job is fund raising? Who knew?

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Too bad Obama's supporters don't grasp this when they're criticizing Dubya and other past Republican presidents for taking vacations.

Yeah.........especially when Dubya was clearing brush AT HIS OWN HOUSE, and Obama is slumming it at Martha's vineyard and wasting millions of taxpayers' dollars on his life as a royal.
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In theory I would agree with you, but Lord Obama, had said we need to tone down our lifestyle and yet he lives like a king..

I'll never forget his advice to Americans to stay away from Vegas, after which he went there in order to avoid dealing with that minor issue going on in Benghazi.......

There is no hypocrisy quite as ugly as that of a leftist.
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Re: White House: Major International Crises No Reason To Stop Fundraising
« Reply #10 on: July 21, 2014, 07:07:37 PM »
Yeah.........especially when Dubya was clearing brush AT HIS OWN HOUSE, and Obama is slumming it at Martha's vineyard and wasting millions of taxpayers' dollars on his life as a royal.
I doubt Dubya went to even half as many fundraisers as Zero.

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Re: White House: Major International Crises No Reason To Stop Fundraising
« Reply #11 on: July 21, 2014, 07:09:47 PM »
I doubt Dubya went to even half as many fundraisers as Zero.


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Re: White House: Major International Crises No Reason To Stop Fundraising
« Reply #12 on: July 21, 2014, 07:10:26 PM »
I doubt Dubya went to even half as many fundraisers as Zero.

Alright, for real. We need to come up with a better nickname for Obama that can become more universal. It has to be clever while simultaneously delivering a powerful message. This mix and match stuff where everybody has their own thing that they call him is getting out of hand.  :silly:
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Re: White House: Major International Crises No Reason To Stop Fundraising
« Reply #13 on: July 21, 2014, 07:29:47 PM »

I think that Obama has set the record..

He does, however, mix it up with golf and vacations....

3 fundraisers, a golf game, a burger, another fundraiser, more golf, a little pool and beer, another fundraiser.....

He makes Maynard G. Krebbs look like a workaholic.....



(And "Zero" is an absolutely perfect name for him).
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Re: White House: Major International Crises No Reason To Stop Fundraising
« Reply #14 on: July 21, 2014, 07:38:06 PM »
He does, however, mix it up with golf and vacations....

3 fundraisers, a golf game, a burger, another fundraiser, more golf, a little pool and beer, another fundraiser.....

He makes Maynard G. Krebbs look like a workaholic.....



(And "Zero" is an absolutely perfect name for him).

Golf is so painfully boring. Why anybody would spend excessive amounts of time playing it will forever be beyond me.
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Re: White House: Major International Crises No Reason To Stop Fundraising
« Reply #15 on: July 21, 2014, 10:08:15 PM »
He does, however, mix it up with golf and vacations....

3 fundraisers, a golf game, a burger, another fundraiser, more golf, a little pool and beer, another fundraiser.....

He makes Maynard G. Krebbs look like a workaholic.....



(And "Zero" is an absolutely perfect name for him).

LOL and Maynard (RIP) would be a more competent Potus too!! :silly:


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Re: White House: Major International Crises No Reason To Stop Fundraising
« Reply #16 on: July 21, 2014, 10:33:13 PM »
LOL and Maynard (RIP) would be a more competent Potus too!! :silly:

I'm SO glad somebody picked up the Dobie Gillis reference!    :beer:

(And yes, Maynard WOULD be a better President!)
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Re: White House: Major International Crises No Reason To Stop Fundraising
« Reply #17 on: July 21, 2014, 10:41:34 PM »
I'm SO glad somebody picked up the Dobie Gillis reference!    :beer:

(And yes, Maynard WOULD be a better President!)

Yes I loved Maynard "work" G. Krebbs.  Then I loved him as Gilligan..LOL  (So sue me, I like campy comedy)  :silly:


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Re: White House: Major International Crises No Reason To Stop Fundraising
« Reply #18 on: July 21, 2014, 10:51:55 PM »
Golf is so painfully boring. Why anybody would spend excessive amounts of time playing it will forever be beyond me.

You and me both.....I proved my self to be deadly to those around me with a golf club long ago, and I have avoided it like the plague ever since.

I'd much rather sample craft bourbons......

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