Rolling Stone Obama calls Romney a bullshitter

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  1. Nemo

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    Not very presidential.....:facepalm:



    http://dailycaller.com/2012/10/25/o...mney-a-bullshitter-in-rolling-stone-interview

    FIRST LOOK – Rolling Stone cover, “Obama and the Road Ahead: The Rolling Stone Interview,†by Douglas Brinkley: “We arrived at the Oval Office for our 45-minute interview … on the morning of October 11th. … As we left the Oval Office, executive editor Eric Bates told Obama that he had asked his six-year-old if there was anything she wanted him to say to the president. … he said, ‘Tell him: You can do it.’ Obama grinned. … ‘You know, kids have good instincts,’ Obama offered. ‘They look at the other guy and say, ‘Well, that’s a ullshitter, I can tell.’â€
     
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    obama is nothing but a punk who was in the right places at the right times....why am i not surprised?
     
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    That's a spade calling a spade.
     
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    wow he really raped Romney there - thankfully its gods will that it happened
     
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    i don't think its necessary to call the names.
    it's not his fault that most republicans blindly supported bush for way longer then he deserved, and that caused the brand to be ruined for 08.
    so i agree with you he was in the right place at the right time, but the republicans caused it to be the right time.

    i think mccain would have been a decent president. people were voting against bush, not against him. though i don't think the economy would be any different.
    and i cant feel too sorry for him after his VP pick. not because of palin, but because that's not who he wanted and he went against his own principles to take orders from rnc
     
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    [video=youtube;C-aC82pimLI]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-aC82pimLI[/video]
     
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    I come from the libertarian-Left angle of the political persuasions, so we don't always agree, although I e-personally like you e-guys.

    That said, there is no way I'll vote for Obama. He's gone back on almost all of his political promises.

    He was not going to institute a mandate. He also was going to push for a public-option. We see what happened there.

    He was going to close Gitmo. We see what happened there.

    He said he'd defend unions and even picket with them as president. We see what happened there.

    He said he'd reform the Patriot Act. We see what's happened there.

    He said he'd regulate Wall Street. We see what happened there.

    He said he'd negotiate a decent peace between the Israelis and Palestinians. We see what happened there.

    He said the US would be out of these fucking insane wars. We see what happened there.

    He said he wouldn't go after people in states that legalized pot. We see what happened there.

    I'm not voting for Romney, either. At this point it should be obvious to most Americans that the problems are systemic and are in need of real reform. I'm voting third-party as is my habit in presidential contests. Short of not voting at all, it is the best way to express my displeasure with the system. Or perhaps I should vote "none of the above."

    Either way, I'm not voting for either of the bought-and-paid for candidates the two major parties put forth in this shit-show.
     
  9. Kamie

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    A vote for a third party candidate is a vote for Obama.
     
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    if youre white...
     
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    Wrong. A vote for Obama is a vote for Obama.

    It's either I vote for whom I choose, and that choice is third-party, or I don't vote at all. Which is the more civic-minded?
     
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    someone(an obama supporter) said to me yesterday that my vote for 3rd party was a vote for mitt.
    i like how everyone is telling us who our vote is for. maybe the paryliners should worry about their own votes, they've done such a great job picking so far :p
     
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    Thinking like this will always doom us to a 2 party system.

    Vote Gary Johnson
     
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    I am just going by what happened with Ross Perot when Clinton got elected.
     
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    even if you dont for my choice, please vote! :flag:
     
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    I can't see how anyone that uses the internet can vote for Obama. On top of all of his socialist leanings he wants Big Sis to watch over and regulate the internet. He also supports the UN Small Arms Treaty which would bypass our 2nd Amendment and give the UN power over our right to bear arms. If people would just do more research instead of listening to political pundits on the air there is no way he would get a second term.
     
  17. Kamie

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    Yes!!
     
  18. R.P. McMurphy

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    ...nixon never swore, lyndon johnson never swore. mitt cant win this by acting like a victim in all of this, least not since hes his own worst enemy.

    adopt a rape baby today!
     
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    Romney has been on the offensive for most of his campaign but is called a 'bully' when he defends himself from the blantant lies of Obama. You liberals want it both ways. FU.