Saturday, November 6, 2010

The Road to Recovery

The future of this Country is ours for the taking. The Election Rebellion created quite an uproar in DC. Many Dems and Rinos were given their pink slips. To the dismay of the Democrats, the House of Representatives quickly changed hands, we have gained six seats in the Senate. Republican governors have taken over the states. Knowing all this we are still in a state of euphoria! Unfortunately many of the hardcore Left Wing Socialists remain in office to support Obama's tyrannical agenda.

Will these Constitution shredders have any pull with Obama during the next two years?

I believe they will have much pull and will use what ever means necessary to push their Socialistic agenda forward. Since our victorious election, Obama and Reid have said they want to work with the Republican Party. The same people who locked doors in the faces of Republicans and refused to work with them in the past NOW want to work with us. I do not trust them for a minute, I fear they will continue to sneak things in on us and do all they can to slander the Republican Party. It is my understanding the remaining Dems desire to continue with their ongoing agenda despite what the people want. They still aren't listening to We The People.

In a show of humbleness Obama tried to instill in the minds of the people that he had learned his lesson and things would have to change in DC. Supposedly he has seen the light and has decided his job is to  
"look at all ideas coming across the table." I still wonder why he couldn't realize this two years ago... when the people began telling DC what they wanted. He clearly dispelled any prospect of transparency or bipartisanship.

Obama says he will be "Happy to look at GOP on healthcare." Very few items (if any) the GOP favored on healthcare were included in the bill. Obama and his administration made it clear to the Country our ideas and concerns were invalid. It would be his way no matter what the consequences. November 2nd showed him the consequences of their Socialistic ways.

Obama went on to say "People don't want us to re-litigate what we did the past 1 1/2 years." 
Would you like to change your mind on that statement Mr. Obama? There you go again telling us what we want. We the people do not want your healtcare and would welcome the opportunity to re-litigate it. This is one bill that should never have been passed and hopefully will be repealed. Most people in this Country do realize we need healtcare reform, and do acknowledge the fact that certain parts of the bill are good. We Did Not and still Do No want government takeover of our healthcare system. If the not-so-arrogant-one really wants to work with and listen to the people he will jump in with the Republicans and Repeal or Reform the greatest injustice he did to us.

In my opinion, one of the most absurd statements he made was,
"I've been willing to compromise in the past. I'm willing to compromise in the future." 
Please tell me if I am wrong, but I can not think of one position he took that he compromised with us.

I believe his 'humbling speech' was a clear attempt to change peoples' minds about him. Mr. Obama takes the election results as a personal threat to his future. He is already on the campaign trail for 2012! This is just a show of what we will hear from him during the next two years.

Let us not fall for his laced words, the man still believes he rules this country! He can not and will not change his arrogant ways overnight. Patriots do not let yourselves be deceived by his sudden display of humbleness, I believe it was all a show for the citizens to change their views about him. The next two years our elected officials have to accomplish all they can to right the wrongs of the previous two years. We The People have to continue our work to educate those around us to the Socialistic ways of this president. We did win a victory, but the real victory will be won in 2012. 

I would like to hear your views on the infamous Obama defeat speech.

Deanie

11 comments:

  1. You are right, he does lace his words with sugar (or should I say Angel Dust?). He is already working to change his image for 2012. The only problem I see with this is that he will have to work with the Republicans and the people. From what we have seen in the past, he is incapable of doing that. All I see is it has to be his way or the hi-way.

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  2. I too watched the speech and believe he was trying to make excuses for his administrations actions for the last 2 years. Although he did accept some responsibility for the firing of corrupt officials, I don't' think he was very sincere. This kind of talk will be his game plan for the elections in 2012, he knows how to brainwash the less fortunate and will use it to reach his goals.
    We are not out of the woods yet, we have to continue our efforts to expose him for what he is, a socialistic dictator.

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  3. We took out some of the trash Nov. 2nd. We'll get the rest in 2012! Conservative Patriots are already announcing their runs for office.
    You are right, we have to watch the next 2 years very closely or we could be in trouble. It will be just like the potus to ply his humble act and manage to convince the minorities that he is right. We have a long way to go.

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  4. I haven't seen him compromise on ANYTHING. I too would like to know one thing he compromised on. I guess I can't understand how compromising comes about when everything is done behind closed doors and Repubs have no say. That's not compromise it's the POTUS showing his stupidity to the nation.

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  5. I would love to see them re-litigate health care. The president doesn't want to bring this up again, as he knows his socialistic values will be trashed. Most of the citizens of America oppose the bill and would like to see it repealed and redone in a bipartisan manner.

    Obama's ego won't allow him to let this happen, after all he promised to have health care reform passed in his first term. Well he got it and will stop at nothing to see it doesn't get repealed.

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  6. I didn't watch his speech...don't watch any of them! He lies like those before him did and those coming after him will. We need to clean up corruption in our govt - stop electing peoples of the parties that have been playing God of our country while slowly destroying it.
    We have to keep up the fight no matter what the man is saying.
    Am so angry he has gone off on another trip at our taxpayer expense !

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  7. Pretty thin, Pretty damn thin! I think it was nothing more than lip service, another Obamaploy to improve his image and mask his socialistic agenda. After two years of his arrogance, closed doors, coerced legislation and a trillion mis-spent dollars, he expects his "enemies" to join in his socialistic agends. I DON'T THINK SO! THAT'S A BAD BRAND OF SNAKE OIL AND I AIN'T BUYING NONE OF IT.

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  8. I did watch the speech only because I wanted to see him squirm....and squirm he did when the press got a hold of him! That was the best part, he had to ad-lib quite a bit and the majority of the press were pretty harsh on him.

    I for one did not believe any of the humbleness he tried so hard to portray. I doubt if he really meant it when he said he realized many of his buddies lost their jobs because of him, and he felt bad for them. He is just upset because they will not be there to back his socialistic ways. Don't let this actor fool you.

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  9. Mad Sally's RoommateNovember 8, 2010 at 4:50 PM

    Ahh... the infamous words of our president! We shouldn't have believed him when he ran for office and we surely shouldn't believe him now!
    As I have said before, I am partly responsible for voting this man into office, I do apologize to all of my new patriot friends. I understand the meaning of the Constitution and will never be swayed away from it again.

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  10. I don't believe a word he has to say. I didn't before and i don't know. 1Tea-edTexan said it like it is. pretty darn thin.

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  11. I didn't watch his speech either, I can get a better recap of what he truly said on the radio. I believe he just wants us to feel sorry for him for his failures. He won't change my opinion.

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