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    2016, the movie... or: What will BHO's world look like?

    Went to see 2016 Thurs nite... interesting movie.

    This is not basic political rhetoric, rather an in-depth study of the man BHO. What is his background, what influenced his childhood, what was important to him as he grew up? What did he pursue during his educational years? Who were his mentors? Who were his heros? And many other questions...

    The movie takes almost 2 hours to come to a simple conclusion: BHO HATES colonialism, and thinks Socialism is the cure for what he perceives as Empire countries taking unfair advantage of under-developed countries. Problem is... there is literally NO understanding of the US founding documents nor principles of freedom in BHO's goals. The movie also CLEARLY shows BHO's 'hero's' are folks who's viewpoints and demonstrated ideals are DESTRUCTIVE to the USA.

    Movie is worth seeing, however it requires a fair amount of thought and understanding to grasp all that is being said.
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    Destructive to the USA or destructive to a conservative based USA? He is a socialist, he has not hid the fact and he is working towards the America as he sees it. No big surprise. Mind you he is only one man and if others did not share his view he would not be where he is. That being said I doubt he will be there much longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by printer2 View Post
    Destructive to the USA or destructive to a conservative based USA? He is a socialist, he has not hid the fact and he is working towards the America as he sees it. No big surprise. Mind you he is only one man and if others did not share his view he would not be where he is. That being said I doubt he will be there much longer.
    The problem, as has been brought up many times, is that those that share his view are not the working class. What I mean is they are the entitlement recipients. People who do not contribute to society or economy but only take from it. Most that voted for him, IMO, were either afraid of being called a racist or were in fear of losing their handout. There are those that truely believed in his "vision", but nowhere near enough to get him elected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ControlsInMT View Post
    The problem, as has been brought up many times, is that those that share his view are not the working class. What I mean is they are the entitlement recipients. People who do not contribute to society or economy but only take from it. Most that voted for him, IMO, were either afraid of being called a racist or were in fear of losing their handout. There are those that truely believed in his "vision", but nowhere near enough to get him elected.
    Kind of funny being called a racist for not voting for him, do you guys not have secret balloting? Of course those that receive entitlements voted for him, what is their other option, being cut off with no work to be found? And then their are the true believers, god those kids look young don't they?
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    The racist thing is more of a personal issue I think. I have a good friend that voted for him because of this. I guess he thought if he didn't vote for him he would have felt like it was race related. Personally I don't have that problem. They could be green and if I thought they were the best person for the job I would vote for them.

    There are jobs, but....with welfare, food stamps, medicaid and some of the other programs they can get on, being unemployed pays better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ControlsInMT View Post
    The problem, as has been brought up many times, is that those that share his view are not the working class. What I mean is they are the entitlement recipients. People who do not contribute to society or economy but only take from it. Most that voted for him, IMO, were either afraid of being called a racist or were in fear of losing their handout. There are those that truely believed in his "vision", but nowhere near enough to get him elected.
    Bammage couldnt have gotten elected without the working class. Simply not enough poor folks voting.

    And as far as being afraid of being called racist or of "feeling" racist.........lol..... thats complete BS.

    Bamalamacan got elected because more voters in this country wanted him than McCain.

    Its as simple as that.

    Either the pugs sat on their hands or dims outnumber them..... but Im sure folks didnt let guilt get in the way of their private vote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corny View Post
    Bammage couldnt have gotten elected without the working class. Simply not enough poor folks voting.

    And as far as being afraid of being called racist or of "feeling" racist.........lol..... thats complete BS.

    Bamalamacan got elected because more voters in this country wanted him than McCain.

    Its as simple as that.

    Either the pugs sat on their hands or dims outnumber them..... but Im sure folks didnt let guilt get in the way of their private vote.
    I didn't mean last time they didn't vote for him. I think they have realized his plans did not improve their lives and will not vote for him this time.
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    And what was the percentage of registered voters that elected Him??? With only 30% turnout it only takes 16 % to win. I think this election will have a very poor voter turnout. I am ashamed at what this country has shown in the way we choose our leaders.
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    The people have become indifferent because no matter who wins the people get screwed in one way shape or form. The government is corrupt from top to bottom, go ahead convince me otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PM Heat n Cool View Post
    The people have become indifferent because no matter who wins the people get screwed in one way shape or form. The government is corrupt from top to bottom, go ahead convince me otherwise.
    I do agree with most of your statement, however I do not beleive that most elected officials are corrupt as in (Chicago machine corrupt) but many are deluded into pure partisan plolitics and never think for themselves. They tote the party line and both patyr lines are not what is best for our country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ControlsInMT View Post
    The racist thing is more of a personal issue I think. I have a good friend that voted for him because of this. I guess he thought if he didn't vote for him he would have felt like it was race related. Personally I don't have that problem. They could be green and if I thought they were the best person for the job I would vote for them.

    There are jobs, but....with welfare, food stamps, medicaid and some of the other programs they can get on, being unemployed pays better!
    So you are saying there are 12.8 million jobs out there begging to be filled?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Movie is worth seeing, however it requires a fair amount of thought and understanding to grasp all that is being said.
    This pretty much leaves out the leftist thinking Americans, dead and alive, legal and illegal, who will still vote for Obummer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by printer2 View Post
    So you are saying there are 12.8 million jobs out there begging to be filled?
    Where did I say that? I said sitting on their lazy butts pays enough that they are content with it.

    Now I see why Robo gets frustrated with you. You take a simple statement and try to add special circumstances to it. You might want to consider moving to the US, we have lots of political positions that would be right up your alley!
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