Hobokenpix: Obama Fraud Sticker

9/28/2009:

[Continuing the ORIGINAL Hoboken411 “Photo of the Day” series…]

Hoboken Photo of the Day – 9/28/2009

Spotted this anti-government (Obama) sticker on a street sign near 5th and Grand Streets the other day…

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31 Comments on "Hobokenpix: Obama Fraud Sticker"

JJB
Member

Republicans and Democrats suck big time!!!!!!

MidnightRacer
Member

A person is a fraud when they promise one thing and do the opposite.

1. Promise of the most transparency ever? Opposite

2. Promise of responsible spending? Opposite

3. Promise of no increase in taxes for middle income Americans? See – Cap & Trade and the ~$1200 increase in taxes. See all other related increases against the promise.

4. Promise that no illegal persons would receive Health Care, and that passing Obamacare would not increase the deficit spending/national debt one penny? Opposite – see bill, and then after he proposed making illegals legal, and to the point of not increasing deficit spending – come on – see CBO reports.

A fraud is a con man.

MidnightRacer
Member

From a historical standpoint, they said the same thing in the late 1970’s. Then something happened 1980 as a response to the same thing (but in many multiples). I don’t know which polls you’re looking at, but if you want to be accurate about what’s happening, sugar melts.

Bush over spent, Obama and Congress (Dems) complained about Bush by quadrupling the forecast of spending based upon passing their agenda of ideological transformation. An opinion – I think they (the current power) actually thought the economy was going to be fine and a great time to pass everything they’re trying to pass now. We can look back to the 70’s and early 90’s to see how they pressured Carter and Clinton to do the same. But what got in their way is a significant reduction of tax revenues. So instead of spending only what you have, they play risky with devaluing the US Dollar. Hyperinflation, passing Cap & Trade to destroy US manufacturing, all the global warming stuff to send jobs overseas, you know, all that stuff.

But to take over private industries and all the rest not mentioned in this tiny post, you know what the deal is. Americans are trying to speak their minds.

MidnightRacer
Member

Even his once supporters feel conned by him

“Kathy Griffin made no secret of showing her support for Barack Obama during the presidential election last year, but it seems the comedian isn’t so impressed with how he’s performed in the top job so far.

“I would like to see him listen more to middle America. They’re trying to have their voice heard but they’re being dismissed as a mob or Astroturf or different things. I have quite a few friends who are in those tea parties and it is not people who are Republican or Democrat, they’re Americans who are deeply concerned about how much in debt we are going to be as a nation,” Griffin told Tarts at the recent Entertainment Tonight party in Downtown Los Angeles. “I would love to hear him listen to them more. It is a huge issue and I don’t want to ruin (my daughter’s) future because she’s going to be saddled with my bills. That’s a bipartisan thing. The Democrats don’t do it and the Republicans don’t do it. We need to go back to the old fashioned way of you pay for it as you go along.””
http://tinyurl.com/ye2ofmz

Here’s what Karl Marx predicted of a future head of state – that to fundamentally transform a nation, you must lie to the populace about helping them, but screwing them when you gained power:
http://tinyurl.com/2w4apm

homeworld
Member

You Rick Rolled me there!

In response to MidnightRacer who said:
Even his once supporters feel conned by him

“Kathy Griffin made no secret of showing her support for Barack Obama during the presidential election last year, but it seems the comedian isn’t so impressed with how he’s performed in the top job so far.

“I would like to see him listen more to middle America. They’re trying to have their voice heard but they’re being dismissed as a mob or Astroturf or different things. I have quite a few friends who are in those tea parties and it is not people who are Republican or Democrat, they’re Americans who are deeply concerned about how much in debt we are going to be as a nation,” Griffin told Tarts at the recent Entertainment Tonight party in Downtown Los Angeles. “I would love to hear him listen to them more. It is a huge issue and I don’t want to ruin (my daughter’s) future because she’s going to be saddled with my bills. That’s a bipartisan thing. The Democrats don’t do it and the Republicans don’t do it. We need to go back to the old fashioned way of you pay for it as you go along.””
http://tinyurl.com/ye2ofmz

Here’s what Karl Marx predicted of a future head of state – that to fundamentally transform a nation, you must lie to the populace about helping them, but screwing them when you gained power:
http://tinyurl.com/2w4apm

nojokin
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nojokin
From a purely political standpoint, the Republicans have lost a generation of voters. 68% of voters 18-29 voted for Obama. The Republicans dig themselves even deeper by actions of some of their members (“You lie”). Every poll that I’ve seen shows that Americans, despite their hesitancy on health care reform, trust Obama and the Dems by a factor of 2:1. Republicans have not proposed any serious legislation on health care. All Americans should be deeply concerned about the voluminous debt we’re incurring. The dilemma is that with the economy so weak it’s the wrong time for government to tighten its belt. And where was all the Republican concern about deficits when Bush was merrily increasing govt spending an average of 14% each year? In response to MidnightRacer who said: Even his once supporters feel conned by him “Kathy Griffin made no secret of showing her support for Barack Obama during the presidential election last year, but it seems the comedian isn’t so impressed with how he’s performed in the top job so far. “I would like to see him listen more to middle America. They’re trying to have their voice heard but they’re being dismissed as a mob or Astroturf or different things. I have quite a few friends who are in those tea parties and it is not people who are Republican or Democrat, they’re Americans who are deeply concerned about how much in debt we are going to be as a nation,” Griffin told Tarts at the recent… Read more »
yzass
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yzass
“68% of voters 18-29 voted for Obama.” Most won’t be voting for him again. “Republicans have not proposed any serious legislation on health care.” It is not their job. They are the minority and you think it would be nice if Obama would meet with them, he has not since April but, hey, he does not talk to his top General. Plus, Republicans have made proposals the Dems have just disregarded them. Being able to buy insurance across state lines just being one of them. “And where was all the Republican concern about deficits when Bush was merrily increasing govt spending an average of 14% each year?”- What? You think his approval rating got so low because only Dems did not like him? The man did not see spending bill he could not wait to sign. However, this is now the Obama Administration. As for the Republican’s actions, have you been paying attention to Nancy and Harry? In response to nojokin who said: From a purely political standpoint, the Republicans have lost a generation of voters. 68% of voters 18-29 voted for Obama. The Republicans dig themselves even deeper by actions of some of their members (“You lie”). Every poll that I’ve seen shows that Americans, despite their hesitancy on health care reform, trust Obama and the Dems by a factor of 2:1. Republicans have not proposed any serious legislation on health care. All Americans should be deeply concerned about the voluminous debt we’re incurring. The dilemma is that with… Read more »
plywood
Member
plywood

He had me fooled.

matt_72
Member

All I have to say is “I told you so”.

In response to plywood who said:
He had me fooled.

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