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Do you think Obama will leave office in 2016?
#31
Pocketprotector;68111 Wrote:
JustinHEMI;68003 Wrote:My "Ofriend?"

You've really gone off the deep end.

Justin

LOL I hope you're not one of O's Doctor snitches..... are you?


You're the one that has me worried.

Justin
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#32
What did I miss that makes people think that Justin is an Obama supporter, or is in some other way not pro-2A?
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#33
JustinHEMI;68113 Wrote:
Pocketprotector;68111 Wrote:LOL I hope you're not one of O's Doctor snitches..... are you?


You're the one that has me worried.

Justin

Cool...I've succeeded
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#34
Camper;68115 Wrote:What did I miss that makes people think that Justin is an Obama supporter, or is in some other way not pro-2A?

I'm missing it too. All of the sudden, today, there are a couple of usual suspects on my ass for some reason. I thought we had gotten past the fallacious accusations of being an anti gun obama supporter.., I guess I was wrong.

Justin
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#35
I believe that at some point late in his second term, his handlers, backers, or whatever you want to call the people or organization who pull his strings, will realize his value as a martyr outweighs the rest of his term.
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BobFromBucks;68121 Wrote:I believe that at some point late in his second term, his handlers, backers, or whatever you want to call the people or organization who pull his strings, will realize his value as a martyr outweighs the rest of his term.

See, I happen to think that either he'll eventually alienate his base or the 'unstoppable' force they think they are will blow up in their faces in a major way, and cause the democratic party to be even more fragmented than the GOP is now.
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#37
I think he will exit one way or another. He is just the puppet, there are plenty of others like him waiting to be next.
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#38
I think he will leave office but I have this bad feeling that we're going to be burdened with another Lib-Tard after he is gone. The Republicans are probably going to put forth another weak candidate and people will vote for the Lib. I hope I am wrong. Sad
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#39
LifeInPa;68190 Wrote:I think he will leave office but I have this bad feeling that we're going to be burdened with another Lib-Tard after he is gone. The Republicans are probably going to put forth another weak candidate and people will vote for the Lib. I hope I am wrong. Sad

I think we're getting Marco Rubio. I don't think that's necessarily terrible, and anything can happen, but I do not think the next round will be a Romney or McCain.
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#40
Camper;68195 Wrote:
LifeInPa;68190 Wrote:I think he will leave office but I have this bad feeling that we're going to be burdened with another Lib-Tard after he is gone. The Republicans are probably going to put forth another weak candidate and people will vote for the Lib. I hope I am wrong. Sad

I think we're getting Marco Rubio. I don't think that's necessarily terrible, and anything can happen, but I do not think the next round will be a Romney or McCain.

Fact of the matter is we need more gun owners to unite and come out to vote for the same candidate and we need the Hispanic vote. Hispanics are the most rapidly expanding ethnic group in the nation. Marco Rubio could win their vote if he keeps a cool head, but he also can't be a rhino. However a lot of people did think by nominating Sarah Palin as the VP, the republicans would get a lot of the women vote too.
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