Like many of you out there in the real world, it’s getting to be rather tiring seeing Dear Leader spew his divisive rhetoric daily, today is no exception. And by the way…where, oh where, does he ever get the time to go on the boob-tube incessantly when he’s usually much busier playing another round of golf! – How in the world can he tear himself away from that roll-up-your-sleeves type of hard work…oh, the inhumanity of it all! We peons all must remember the sacrifices he makes daily…and if we don’t, he will make sure we do via the mainstream water-carriers!

Anyway, here’s what the Liar-in-Chief had to say during this interview:

President Obama does not see any similarities between himself and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX). During an interview with the Associated Press released Saturday morning, Obama rejected the notion that he “set a precedent” for first term senators like Cruz, Rand Paul (R-KY) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) who have sought out the spotlight early in their political careers.

“If you recall, when I came into the Senate my attitude was, I should just keep a pretty low profile in the Senate and just do the work,” Obama told the AP, harkening back to early 2005. He admitted that the media may not have let him keep that low profile, but added, “I didn’t go around courting the media, and I certainly didn’t go around trying to shut down the government.”

“And so I recognize that in today’s media age, being controversial, taking controversial positions, rallying the most extreme parts of your base–whether it’s left or right–is a lot of times the fastest way to get attention or raise money, but it’s not good for government,” Obama continued. “It’s not good for the people we’re supposed to be serving.”

He went on to “remind” members of Congress like Cruz and others that “these are real folks that are being impacted.” He described members of his staff who may be expecting their first child or fear that if they get into a car accident, they won’t be able to pay their bills. “If they don’t get a paycheck, they may be broke,” he said.

“There is no reason government should be shutdown,” he stressed, adding that Democrats in the Senate have been willing to bring spending levels down to where Republicans want them.

“I mean, essentially what’s happened here is Democrats are saying they are prepared to pass a Republican budget for two months while negotiations continue,” Obama said. “We just can’t have a whole bunch of other extraneous stuff in it, and the obsession with the Affordable Care Act, with Obamacare, has to stop; that that is not something that should be a price for keeping the government open.”

As a topper folks…not only do we have Dear Leader and ilk going after Cruz and Lee, we have RINOs doing the same too, they’re doing much of this behind closed doors to Cruz and Lee’s face.

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  1. So why do you post and then have a poll that requires I register?

    If I want to support to a certain site I will.

    How much is AWD getting from this?

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    • What are you talking about navydavy…you’ve completely lost me here.

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      • Right under your post was a link for a poll that was sneaky enough to look like it was part of your post.

        Now its changed to a poll if the us should invade Syria.

        As you know I support AWD, even voted 6 times(ha ha) to get him a good rating, I detest being played a chump.

        Now it’s a poll to defund obamy care ;-(

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  2. Here’s a tidbit for you all…

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....-shutdown/

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  3. Apparently, according to Ovomit, the only citizens in this country are those that work for the government. Yet, the POS complains about those that are shutting down the government when all the while he is making petty, childish moves, like banning the public from national monuments that we pay for.

    And while the nation burns, Ovomit fiddles, and the MSM covers his ass.

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  4. The sumbich has ordered his minions to CLOSE THE @%#T!@&@ OCEAN!

    He (and everyone that supports him) is barking, stark, raving mad.

    Burn it all down and start over, I say. Amendment #1 to the new (re-instated old) Constitution must be that NO person that receives 1 penny more in gov’t benefits than they pay in taxes gets to vote.

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  5. Obama isn’t half as smart as Ted Cruz and he knows it. Obama even made it where the troops overseas can’t watch football, one of the few pleasures they have. He is a sick f**k. He needs to put his right hand on his left ear and his left hand on his right ear and jerk his head out of his ass.

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    • Jeez…I didn’t know that about the football games. How much more vindictive can a filthy POS like him get?

      Obviously, he detests the military. – I betcha the feelings mutual when it comes the majority of our fighting military men/women that put their very lives on the lines each and everyday.

      Gawd, I despise this bastid.

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  6. If you recall, when I came into the Senate my attitude was, I should just keep a pretty low profile in the Senate and just do the work

    What work? He did fewer than 150 days of real Senate work before he started running for President. He “kept a low profile” because he didn’t want any controversial stench on him for his upcoming Presidential campaign. Meanwhile, Ted Cruz probably did more effective work in his first month in the Senate than Obama did during his entire tenure in the Senate.

    Make no mistake about it. This is what’s driving Democrat paranoia and intransigence. They have made the political calculation that if they blink first, Ted Cruz is the next President of the United States. Personally, I don’t think it’s that simple, but I’m not doing any thinking for any Democrat.

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    • You spoke volumes for me…couldn’t agree more.

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    • Here is his salary breakdown while in the Senate, where he showed up less than half the time, and usually walked out before any votes took place:

      2005 — $162,100 per annum

      2006 — $165,200 per annum

      2007 — $165,200 per annum

      2008 — $169,300 per annum

      And his voting record:

      http://votesmart.org/candidate.....k-obama-ii

      For those with specific interest, it will make for an enlightening read. The issues he claims to hold dear which he did not bother to vote for or even vote at all are the most telling. He was a coward without any opinions back then already, yet nobody seemed to care when the elections came. That this piece of garbage got elected, TWICE!, when nobody ever knew what his positions were on the issues; that he got carried through purely on the flourish of his oratory, which was not even his in the end, only shows the country deserved what it got. All the signs were there – yet the majority never bothered to read or even notice them. Now we’re all paying for it.

      This piece of shit NEEDS TO GO!!!

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  7. Henceforth I will not refere to their President as Barrack, Barry, Obama, or Hussein, he will simply be called Rat Bastard
    Maybe “Commie Rat Bastard” if I’m feeling froggy.

    OUTRAGE!… Obama Deploys German Shepherds Against US Veterans

    Posted by Jim Hoft on Saturday, October 5, 2013, 12:05 PM

    Unbelievable!
    Barack Obama brought out the German Sheperds today to threaten US veterans at the Vietnam Memorial.
    – See more at: http://www.thegatewaypundit.co.....lzDYx.dpuf

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  8. John the Bigot says:

    Hey ASSHOLE! Those are real Christian kids being dismembered with saws while alive and you want to shut down the ocean! You are beyond despicable!

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  9. Slightly OT.

    I want to cross post what I wrote earlier today on my own blog here. I think it’s a pretty unique analysis; I have not heard, seen or read it anywhere else, though someone else has probably thought in these terms.

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    “We should fight ObamaCare the smart way,” say the RINOs.

    To the extent that any of them tells you what the “smart” way to fight ObamaCare is, (in contrast to the “dumb” way of fighting it, i.e. shutting down 17% of the Federal government), their advice is to let ObamaCare be fully implemented, let it wreak its havoc and do its damage, and it will make people so pissed off that they’ll relegate the Democrat Party to forever minority status.

    If only.

    First off, the media/Obama will spin problems with ObamaCare as the fault of insurance companies, Republicans, anyone but Obama, and the low information undertow will eat it up.

    Second, even if we can jump over that hurdle, there would still be another big one in our way.

    The main problem with the notion that we can just sit back, do nothing, and count our votes as people get angry over the reality of ObamaCare is that we’re counting our votes before they hatch. People can and do get angry about things that hurt them, but they won’t automatically and magically punish the people that are hurting them unless they can see that there’s someone or some force or institution that wants to help them and is on their side and acting like they actually believe it and want to help. If most people see a damaging thing, and interpret that there’s a group of people behind it, but see no group of people willing to fight it effectively, their anger will dissipate and they’ll just plain give up and do their best to find workarounds. A-1 example: Deseg. It made white people who were affected by it raging mad, but outside of a few genuine true blue individual politicians, most anti-deseg rhetoric was election season expedience only and forgotten after the results were notarized. Since nobody actually saw anyone who wanted to help them, they eventually lost their rage over deseg and found a way around it — Urban sprawl and white flight. What the RINOs want us to do is let people get mad over ObamaCare but at the same time not put up any serious effective fight and opposition to it. It would have the same result.

    Except this time, there are people trying to wage a serious attempt to stop ObamaCare, or at least the worst parts of it. The introduction of the exchanges, the start of the new Federal fiscal year and the upcoming debt ceiling fight are happening at about the same time, and the best thing for anti-ObamaCare Republicans is that since they’re actually fighting back, when the ObamaCare sheeyt hits the fan, as it’s starting to do, outraged civilians will have a legitimate political channel for their outrage.

    I don’t think I’m the only person who understands this. I think many smart Democrats do, too, and this is what they’re trying to avoid.

    ***

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    • Thats a very good observation, but I don’t know about the smart democrat phrase, I don’t know a single smart Democrat. I know many stupid ones, dumb ones and illiterate low info ones. Also no Repo went home and held town halls this time. They were afraid of what they would hear, The beltway bunch have not the foggiest ideal what Joe six-packs and the majority of Americans believe in or even want in a politico. Most want them to just fulfill their campaign promises (Calling build the danged fence John McCain). Do what you said you would do. Don’t act like the late Arlen Spector, or even Sen. Hatch, get your finger outta the wind and be a real man. Do what you said you would do or just switch parties.
      You have nothing in common with Repos, your a Democrat thru and thru, a Progressive like TR Roosevelt was.

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      • What I mean by “smart Democrats” in this case is Machiavellian Democrats. They know that Ted Cruz et al are leading effective opposition that will give people who are pissed off by what ObamaCare suddenly means for them a way to translate their anger onto the political process. What Machiavellian Democrats (think: Schumer, etc.) want is for there to be no effective opposition to ObamaCare (token rhetoric is okay, but no more than that) so that public anger dissipates and opponents give uop.

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    • iron_mike_houston says:

      I agree with you that we should fight Obamacare. We need to make a stand and let everyone know the republican party (minus the rinos) tried to stop Obamacare!

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      • Here’s proof of my contention. From the San Jose Mercury News:

        “I was laughing at Boehner — until the mail came today,” Waschura said, referring to House Speaker John Boehner, who is leading the Republican charge to defund Obamacare.

        “I really don’t like the Republican tactics, but at least now I can understand why they are so pissed about this. When you take $10,000 out of my family’s pocket each year, that’s otherwise disposable income or retirement savings that will not be going into our local economy.”

        http://www.mercurynews.com/nat.....s-bay-area

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  10. John the Bigot says:

    I’m sure there are at least 400k more “real” people that could get the ax as well, starting with this muslim Barry creature, and the world would keep turning. I’ve been wrong before though.

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  11. At least Ted Cruz didn’t marry a Mannish ghetto tramp with an ass that needs its own zip code, and bigger arms than he has..
    Just Sayin’
    Oh, and he sucks ass as a president.

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  12. SPURWING PLOVER says:

    Obama is lying even more then Barron Mucnhuasen how many Pinnocios is he earned so far?

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  13. CRUZ/LEE 2016

    RINO’s are far worse than democrats that are at least honest about their party affiliation… RINO’s are democratic operatives which makes them traitors. Time for McLame and his bunch to go..

    Imagine the collective heads in the MSM exploding if Ted Cruz won the presidential election… ahhhhh joygasm!

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    • Not just MSM, the Washington establishment in the Repo/Rino party. Rove would truly be a blossoming turd, The Weakly Standard would just wet their diapers. The base would be estatic. It would essentially kill McPain and his butt buddy. It would be fun to witness.

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    • Howdy Vince…

      I heard on some talking head show that Gov. Mike Pence may toss his hat in the presidential ring too. – I wanted him to run last time around…it could be very interesting if he does decide to run. – Time will tell.

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  14. Here’s Cruz from this morning during an interview with Cow Crowley…

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/sen.....obamacare/

    …and here ~

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/sen.....e-winning/

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  15. Pete King needs to STHU! – Gawd, I cannot stand him any longer.

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/pet.....f-working/

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    • King and Schumer should take a trip on the love boat to hell. Sorry, I just hate their faces along with their politics.

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      • Nothing to apologize for, I feel the same way. Heard both of the sleaze-balls this morning spouting off their rhetorical talking points. I have a seething hatred these days when it comes to clueless enemies within like this pair. And lord knows…they all come a dime a dozen.

        Fight on we much!

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  17. This is a must read…no words minced!

    http://clashdaily.com/2013/10/.....unleashed/

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  18. I can’t believe what I am reading. Do any of you work in healthcare? It is falling apart. Everyone has to pitch in and help. I don’t have disposable income either, but it is because I pay such high health insurance premiums. That will go down with Obamacare. Whatever, can’t argue with people who advocate such brinkmanship. Horrible. And who cares if you are white? That tells me alot.

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