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    His name is Obama.

    I loathe everything that this man stands for, but his name is Obama, and it is juvenile to call him anything else.

    When someone plays games with his name, it does not make me dislike his policies any more. I do, however, lose respect for the person using such a junior-high tactic.

    We should try to win arguments with rationality.

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    I just call him jackasss and look forward to his departure to something more his speed..hot dog vendor, newspaper delivery...something within his level of skillsets.. this,just isnt one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4l View Post
    I just call him jackasss and look forward to his departure to something more his speed..hot dog vendor, newspaper delivery...something within his level of skillsets.. this,just isnt one of them.
    I'm also very fond of calling him *******, but still prefer calling him illegal. I wonder how many fitting names have been given this fraud of a man?

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    Yeah,

    Get it right! Oh... don't care.
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    It is a sign of disrespect. I have no problems with it as I do NOT respect him. It's a LOT nicer than what I would LIKE to call him but speaking the truth could get you arrested because he IS the president...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeroHog View Post
    SNIP...but speaking the truth could get you arrested because he IS the president...
    Youn mean like the days of Saddam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeroHog View Post
    It is a sign of disrespect.
    +1

    I wonder if Reagan new all those years ago when he declared the Federal Government (which he was part of at the time), is the enemy. Such an accomplishment should not go without attribution to such a fine man who has given the Republicans some 'thing' to believe in.

    The Federal Government, and its branches are necessary. Some might argue that they are not, but I argue that they are. I think it's a wonderful thing that our Founding Fathers structured the Federal Government the way that they had. If a person doesn't like how the Federal Government works, then travel around the world a bit, and see how well places like N. Korea, Iran, Afghanistans ('democracy') is working out for all of them. If you don't have funds, just travel south of the border, and see all of the wonderful things the Mexican Government has done for its people.

    The power might come from the bottom-up, but the Representatives that we elect are voted in, and are the to 'represent' 'us'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbone View Post
    Youn mean like the days of Saddam?
    Jeezus, get it right, Obama is Hitler, not Saddam
    I don't mind watching the OC-Community (tea party 2.0's, who have hijacked the OC-Community) cannibalize itself. I do mind watching OC dragged through the gutter. OC is an exercise of A Right. I choose to not OC; I choose to not own firearms. I choose to leave the OC-Community to it's own self-inflicted injuries, and eventual implosion. Carry on...

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    It is an age-old trick to gather the group you wish to dispatch in one area, making their disposal easier. Not that I would want to physically dispose of anyone here. However, regard for anything they have to say can be disposed of easily now.

    This thread drew precisely the expected reaction. Bye, guys.

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    I was never into name calling. It is childish. Everyone complains no matter who is president. It is funny that when things are going well we say that is america at work but when things go wrong or not to our liking we point fingers at someone. Remember the constitution says WE THE PEOPLE. When things go wrong we should look into a mirror because we are the ones who either brought it on or are the ones who can make a change. I am not a democrat but I do believe in the process. He won and that is that. I am not going to spend four years being bitter about it. I never got this whole blame the president thing any way. It is just not him up there. He is not a king. Both demcrats and republicans are making the laws we fuss and complain about. It is up to us to fix it if we don't like it. I so what? He hasn't taken my guns away and I honestly don't see him doing it even if he gets another four years.

    We the people would do well to remember that it is us who have brought ourselves to this point. Not bush or clinton, or even obama. It is we the people. If things are bad or need fixing then we need to fix it. not look to who is president now or in the future.

    Also I never got the whole democrat, republican issue over 2A. I know people from both parties that oc. 2A is a constitutional issue and we should look at it that way and that way only. The parties love to keep people devided on such subjects. We need to stop playing into it. It is an American issue, a Constitutional issue. But at no time should we ever let it become a party issue.

    Just my pathetic rant and two cents for all it's worth.
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    When Bush W. was in office, he was continually called things like "war criminal", "Nazi", "murderer", etc. As I recall many on the right decried this(justly so) as being disrespectful to the man serving in the highest office of the land. I find it just as disrespectful when Obama is also the victim of name calling. The man was legally elected President of the United States. He is both your's and my President. Doing the same thing to him that the left did to Bush W. makes you no better than them. And this is all coming from a guy who absolutely doesn't agree with any policy of this President, but I do respect the office.

    I'm not saying that if you think the man a *******, you don't call him a *******. Such terms articulate a more complex opinion of a person as a whole. I am talking about "Obummer" and the like, they are only childish attacks the same as those made against Bush W..

    While they may seem witty to the rabid opposition of Obama, they still demean the POTUS. I'm not asking you to respect the man, but for God's sake respect the office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beretta92FSLady View Post
    Jeezus, get it right, Obama is Hitler, not Saddam
    Wow! He must have found the fountain of youth and a darn good reconstructive surgeon. His polices sure make better sense now.

    Bottom line is this, he and his past 111th, and Administration has had no qualms calling American's some absolutely despicable names over the past two years. It was their disrespect for America that earned him the disrespect, distrust, and the many fitting names. This please don’t call him names campaign is PC crap!
    The Office of the President is respected and will always remain so with me. But, the man that holds the office is not required to be respected. Especially when that man has diarrria of the mouth, taking a bogus “America Apologies” tour around the world, and sit by to watch a Mexican President scold and disrespect America’s on American soil. He credits himself in dishonoring the country and every American past and present.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavageOne View Post
    While they may seem witty to the rabid opposition of Obama, they still demean the POTUS. I'm not asking you to respect the man, but for God's sake respect the office.
    I agree. We should always respect the process and the office or anyone else for that matter. I guess it was just the way I was raised. It costs nothing to show a little respect and it raises us above those who don't.

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    Yes. Even if the occupant does not respect the Office, we should.

    As someone else pointed out in this thread, it is still up to We, the People. We get the presidents we deserve. If we want a better president, let's be a better People.

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    President Yes

    But not for long.

    I believe he is a waste of Oxygen.

    It is a proven fact he Lies and is trying to run this Great Nation into debt and more debt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    ..., let's be a better People.
    Who ever said that line of BS was on the same world tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    Yes. Even if the occupant does not respect the Office, we should.

    As someone else pointed out in this thread, it is still up to We, the People. We get the presidents we deserve. If we want a better president, let's be a better People.
    I agree. Now someone get eye a new carrot. He has been sucking on that one long enough. It has got to be rotten by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbone;1527624[FONT=Tahoma
    Bottom line is this, he and his past 111th, and Administration has had no qualms calling American's some absolutely despicable names over the past two years. It was their disrespect for America that earned him the disrespect, distrust, and the many fitting names. This please don’t call him names campaign is PC crap! [/FONT]

    The Office of the President is respected and will always remain so with me. But, the man that holds the office is not required to be respected. Especially when that man has diarrria of the mouth, taking a bogus “America Apologies” tour around the world, and sit by to watch a Mexican President scold and disrespect America’s on American soil. He credits himself in dishonoring the country and every American past and present.
    Names only hurt me if I let them. As far as pc goes I have never beed called pc. lol I gotta show this to my friends. They know I am very un pc and will get a good laugh at me being called pc. But I have never confused pc with respect. Being respectful was around long before being pc was.

    Bogus "America apologies" tour sounds like it says to me that we are saying we are sorry for something but don't mean it. Sound like every politician I can think of. Well if the other countries buy it then I am ok with it. That is politics. They prob know we don't mean it any way. As far as the mexican president goes step up and write em. Tell em what you think. Far as I am concerned about is that he has way too many problems in his own country to worry about. I would find anything he said about us very hard to take seriously. I mean the drug cartels have more power than him. You know that secretly he wishes his coutry was as good as ours.

    And as far as me being dishonored. Well I am the only one who can dishonor myself. No one else can do that for me.

    I do however respect your opinions. We just happen to disagree. That is the great thing about this country. We can disagree and still keep our heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    It is an age-old trick to gather the group you wish to dispatch in one area, making their disposal easier. Not that I would want to physically dispose of anyone here. However, regard for anything they have to say can be disposed of easily now.

    This thread drew precisely the expected reaction. Bye, guys.
    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    Yes. Even if the occupant does not respect the Office, we should.

    As someone else pointed out in this thread, it is still up to We, the People. We get the presidents we deserve. If we want a better president, let's be a better People.
    You already said good bye!
    Yes, you sure got what you came for, and I supposed already turned over the names just as those fearing Saddam! And maybe we got some important information about your motives and loyalties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    I loathe everything that this man stands for, but his name is Obama, and it is juvenile to call him anything else.

    When someone plays games with his name, it does not make me dislike his policies any more. I do, however, lose respect for the person using such a junior-high tactic.

    We should try to win arguments with rationality.
    You can call him Mr. President, Dear Leader or Barry, as you choose. I prefer the descriptive derivative, 'obooba.' Respecting the office has nothing to do with respect, or repugnance, for the holder. I don't attack his wife--despite my dislike for her, or children, as that is clearly unfair and out of bounds. Once you become a public figure, you become a public target for praise or ridicule. He is a boob, imo, and the reference apt. William Buckley once called John Lindsey an "idiot," in the classical, Greek definition of the word. Mr. Obama's actions and convictions have earned him the nickname given by me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KYKevin View Post
    I agree. We should always respect the process and the office or anyone else for that matter. I guess it was just the way I was raised. It costs nothing to show a little respect and it raises us above those who don't.
    How much respect would you have shown the "legally elected and appointed" by parlimentary process Chancellor of Germany, Mr. Hitler? You stand against the politics and policies of "the man," not the office. And derrogatory reference is intended against "the man," not the office. Keeping your pinkie pointed while you hold a cup of tea and winning a bar fight are two different situations. "The man" is destroying our country, duly elected...just like Hitler, or not. And for the intellectually challenged in this thread, I am not comparing him to Hitler in any way except the consequences for this country of his actions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunslinger View Post
    SNIP... I am not comparing him to Hitler in any way except the consequences for this country of his actions.
    You're right! It's fair to allow the comparison when the destruction of nations is involved.
    Hitler used murder; BHO uses deception, both sought and seek the extinguishment of one for another. The method may differ but the desired outcome is the same; globalization, and the desire to be the head honcho. He is transforming our country, and he told the nation he would on TV. This is a radical social movement with global players of power and prestige we’ve yet to be introduced too. Give him your vote in 2012 and you give him continued transformation, a transformation that offers little hope and an abundance of change, plain and simple!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunslinger View Post
    How much respect would you have shown the "legally elected and appointed" by parlimentary process Chancellor of Germany, Mr. Hitler? You stand against the politics and policies of "the man," not the office. And derrogatory reference is intended against "the man," not the office. Keeping your pinkie pointed while you hold a cup of tea and winning a bar fight are two different situations. "The man" is destroying our country, duly elected...just like Hitler, or not. And for the intellectually challenged in this thread, I am not comparing him to Hitler in any way except the consequences for this country of his actions.
    Isn't this kind of like a what if? I mean hind sight is 20/20. We already know the outcome. Back then we would have not. What if's and unicorns are not real. The entire world had no idea what he was gonna do. So I doubt I would beable to say what I would do. Too many varibles.

    As far as destroying this country goes I guess I am glad I am in a republican state like Kentucky. I still have my guns and can go buy new ones if I want. No one has herded me into a concentration camp and I have not seem any race or group of religious people lined up shot and tossed into mass graves.

    My health care has not changed. My taxes are no worse than they were when bush was in office. I still have an income. But who knows. Jobs come and go regardless who is in office.

    Only part of my country that is being destroyed is by flooding and I if obama is doing that we are all screwed.I find it hard to blame one person for anything that goes wrong or right in this country. I am sure both republicans and democrats have help in the passage of a lot of stuff up there. After all that is how it works. They wheel and deal and we suffer or benefit.

    As far as name calling goes I guess I just grew out of that a long time ago. I'm 50. I got better things to do than call people names. I refuse to be bitter. It only hurts me. And at my age I don't need to stress over the things I can't change. I'll worry about the ones I can change and work towards that in 2012.

    Don't get me wrong. I am not a supporter of him. I did not vote for em and I don't plan on it in 2012 either. But just remember this he does not have absolute power in Washington. There are others there too that help make laws and polices. I blame them for making the wrong ones and if any I voted for help suport any of those laws I blame myself as well. after all I am not without sin either. In fact I have not yet met a single person in this country who is not responsible for things that have gone wrong up there in Washington.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KYKevin View Post
    Isn't this kind of like a what if? I mean hind sight is 20/20. We already know the outcome. Back then we would have not. What if's and unicorns are not real. The entire world had no idea what he was gonna do. So I doubt I would beable to say what I would do. Too many varibles.

    As far as destroying this country goes I guess I am glad I am in a republican state like Kentucky. I still have my guns and can go buy new ones if I want. No one has herded me into a concentration camp and I have not seem any race or group of religious people lined up shot and tossed into mass graves.

    My health care has not changed. My taxes are no worse than they were when bush was in office. I still have an income. But who knows. Jobs come and go regardless who is in office.

    Only part of my country that is being destroyed is by flooding and I if obama is doing that we are all screwed.I find it hard to blame one person for anything that goes wrong or right in this country. I am sure both republicans and democrats have help in the passage of a lot of stuff up there. After all that is how it works. They wheel and deal and we suffer or benefit.

    As far as name calling goes I guess I just grew out of that a long time ago. I'm 50. I got better things to do than call people names. I refuse to be bitter. It only hurts me. And at my age I don't need to stress over the things I can't change. I'll worry about the ones I can change and work towards that in 2012.

    Don't get me wrong. I am not a supporter of him. I did not vote for em and I don't plan on it in 2012 either. But just remember this he does not have absolute power in Washington. There are others there too that help make laws and polices. I blame them for making the wrong ones and if any I voted for help suport any of those laws I blame myself as well. after all I am not without sin either. In fact I have not yet met a single person in this country who is not responsible for things that have gone wrong up there in Washington.
    I like your post.

    I am voting for President Obama in 2012. With a big grin on my face as I hit the "Obama" button (or whatever form of voting will be present when I vote).

    People are irrationally fearful. I have tried to identify what it could be, but I suppose it's just political bickering. President Obama is going to win in 2012. Most of the hopefuls on the 'right' seem like they might just sit back and wait until 2016. Hopefully Hillary will run in 2016.

    As for my firearm 'rights', they will continue to loosen in the coming years.
    I don't mind watching the OC-Community (tea party 2.0's, who have hijacked the OC-Community) cannibalize itself. I do mind watching OC dragged through the gutter. OC is an exercise of A Right. I choose to not OC; I choose to not own firearms. I choose to leave the OC-Community to it's own self-inflicted injuries, and eventual implosion. Carry on...

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    If the shoe fits, I could careless what people call him or past Presidents. Its call freedom of speech for a reason, either ignore the comments or join in.
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