Obama, Please Stop Talking Sh*t

Obama Stop Talking Sh*t

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See also screenshots at Obama Speaketh, Stock Market Crasheth.

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11 Responses to “Obama, Please Stop Talking Sh*t”

  1. wits0 Says:

    His signature tune of mismatch between mouth and making sense that even comments have to be disabled:

  2. wits0 Says:

    Worse than just funny, Monkee flinches at sound of ceremonial shell fire in Turkey. Whatta disgrace!


  3. JB Says:


    You think the president can have so much market influence that the 2000pt decline in the dow has anything to do with Obama’s policies so much more than the mess that has been left? It’s been 20 weeks. You’re just upset your party couldn’t run anything better than a withered crone without a platform and a retard bulldog in lipstick. Don’t forget, the cons made this mess. 2006 bankruptcy reform that stuck it to low income homeowners, coupled with ignored warnings about the stability of Freddy and Fannie.

    Don’t forget all the greedy traders giving bad advice so that they can make money short-selling trust funds, then swoop in and pick up large chunks of the very same stock for cheap.

    Don’t forget greedy, corrupt bank managers and insurance executives that sewed their own golden parachutes before flying the economy plane into Mt. Recession.

    All republicans.

    You probably think you’re going to make as much money as these guys spend on suits some day, that’s why you defend such greed and arrogance.

    Maybe you’ll have a place as a page at Fox News, but only if you’re willing to blow Glen Beck.

  4. JB Says:

    Eep, typo – Short selling stocks and investment funds.

    Trust funds, you certainly know more about that than I.

  5. Scott Thong Says:

    Don’t forget, the cons made this mess. 2006 bankruptcy reform that stuck it to low income homeowners, coupled with ignored warnings about the stability of Freddy and Fannie.

    Don’t forget greedy, corrupt bank managers and insurance executives that sewed their own golden parachutes before flying the economy plane into Mt. Recession.

    All republicans.


    Seriously, dude! You’re killing me here!

    Wall Street, investment, securities and financial sector donate far more to Democrat Party:

    Last September, The New York Times reported that individuals associated with the securities and investment industry had given $9.9 million to the Obama campaign, $7.4 million to the Hillary Clinton campaign and only $6.9 million to the McCain campaign.

    Employees of Lehman Bros. alone gave Obama $370,000, compared to about $117,000 to McCain.

    According to an analysis of Federal Election Commission records by the Center for Responsive Politics, the top three corporate employers of donors to Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Rahm Emanuel were Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and JPMorgan. Six other financial giants were in the top 30 donors to the White House Dream Team: UBS AG, Lehman Bros., Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse Group.

    Since 1998, the financial sector has given a total of $37.6 million to Obama, compared to $32.1 million to McCain. But Obama ran for his first national office only in 2004. So McCain got less from the financial industry in a decade that included two runs for president than Obama did in four years.

    Democrats take care of the financial industry — and the financial industry takes care of Democrats. After honing his financial skills as the bagman for Bill Clinton’s White House, Rahm Emanuel was hired by the investment bank Wasserstein Perella, where he worked for 2 1/2 years. For that, Emanuel was paid more than $18 million

    Barney Frank (D) protected Fannie and Freddie in 2003:

    during a hearing on September 10, 2003, before the House Committee on Financial Services considering a Bush administration proposal to further regulate Fannie and Freddie, Rep. Frank stated: “I want to begin by saying that I am glad to consider the legislation, but I do not think we are facing any kind of a crisis. That is, in my view, the two government sponsored enterprises we are talking about here, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, are not in a crisis.

    Bush called for reform of Fannie and Freddie 17 times in 2008, blocked by Democrats:

    President Bush publicly called for GSE reform 17 times in 2008 alone before Congress acted. Unfortunately, these warnings went unheeded, as the President’s repeated attempts to reform the supervision of these entities were thwarted by the legislative maneuvering of those who emphatically denied there were problems. The White House released this list of attempts by President Bush to reform Freddie Mae and Freddie Mac since he took office in 2001.

    In 2005– Senator John McCain partnered with three other Senate Republicans to reform the government’s involvement in lending. Democrats blocked this reform, too.

    Community Reinvestment Act revised and signed into law by… Bill Clinton

    Info Video: How the Democrats Caused the US Economic Crisis

    Seriously dude: You are an ignorant liberal Democrat. But that’s saying the same thing three times. Keep wallowing in your echo chambers of convenient selective information over at Kos.

  6. JB Says:

    Yup. Referencing Hawk Coulter and your own blog, neet.

    Campaign donations? Maybe all the wage slaves at Lehman donated to Obama, while the execs to McCain. Those donation statistics don’t actually mean anything.

    But blaming obama for the current market is idiocy. The mess was in place before he took charge, and everyone in the campaign, even McCain, said things would get worse before they got better.

    Done with your self-referencing freak show. Be sure you wipe your mouth when you finish eating poor children.

  7. Scott Thong Says:

    Wow, I am impressed! I’m very surprised you actually checked out where that link leads to. Most trolls at my blog don’t bother. Power to you!

    Coulter may be a hawk, but does that automatically mean that whatever facts, data and citations she quotes are wrong? As a contrast, Kos is a moonbat and Chris Matthews is an Obamaphile, does that mean that everything they is automatically wrong?

    And really, if we all only were allowed to quote totally nonpartisan, neutral sources, I doubt you’d be able to go “The Republicans suck dollars directly out of children’s arteries!!!” with much backing.

    Hey, there’s an idea – how about citing some actual sources instead of just assuming that Conservatives are to blame for all the financial problems?

    And I stand by the fact that every time Obama speaks, the market tumbles. Again, if people had confidence in Obama’s plans, shouldn’t the market slide at least slow a bit? It fell when he announced the bailout was passed, it fell when he announced he was firing GM’s boss. The only time it went up was when Geithner announced the toxic buy-up plan.

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  9. wits0 Says:

    I like Coulter. Monkee can’t even pronounce, “orion”.

  10. 12345 Says:

    President Obama in France on Saturday in which, when asked about a nuclear Iran, the President comes up with this gem:

    “It’s not sufficient for the United States, or France or other members of the nuclear club simply to say all of you have to stop but we’re not gonna do anything to change ourselves.”

    You can’t make this stuff up.

    And this is AFTER he says that a nuclear Iran would be ‘profoundly dangerous.’ The guy is living in a dream world!

    If nuclear weapons are outlawed, only outlaw states (and terror organizations) will have nuclear weapons. Iran. North Korea. Pakistan. And probably others.

  11. 12345 Says:

    LOOK at Sarkozy.
    Say’s it all.
    You just KNOW Sarkozy is thinking what an IDIOT Obama is.

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