From Hot Air:

You may not know this, but the president loves me. He really does. He loves watching me on TV. He loves the stuff I say, he loves me. And so, since he loves me, I want to help the president. … You’ve been living inside 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the last four years. If you don’t think you can change Washington from inside the White House, then let’s give you the plane ticket back to Chicago you’ve earned. I mean, that is a scary thing for the President of the United States to say, isn’t it? … It shows his arrogance. See, ’cause if he really believes that, if he believes that, then what the hell is he doing asking for another four years? You can’t just Washington, D.C. from the inside? That’s fine, we’re happy to give you a bus ticket to the outside, Mr. President. … What he’s saying is, ‘It’s not my fault. … It’s G.W. Bush’s fault, it’s Dick Cheney’s fault, it’s big oil’s fault, it’s the coal company’s fault, it’s the gas company’s fault, it’s the fault of the Republicans in Congress… For God’s sake, it’s anybody’s fault but mine,’ he says. ‘Please, give me another four years, and I will figure it out.’ You know what, Mr. President? I am tired of waiting for you to figure it out. …He doesn’t know anything about leading. He’s never led anything in his life. Until we made him president of the United States, he’s never led anything in his life. … Blindly walking around the White House, looking for a clue. …

Maybe I should move to New Jersey. It’s the only state where it’s cool to be fat.

But then again, Snooki lives there. Nevermind.

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  1. myiq2xu says:

    Obama is like a dog who chases cars and then finally catches one – he has no clue what to do with it now that he’s got it.

    • carol haka says:

      Actually, Obama is the car that chases the dog, and then when he catches it, he doesn’t know what to do with it, so he eats it! Rowffff! 🙂

  2. driguana says:

    These days, the truth is really hard for a lot of folks to come to grips with….especially for those chasing hope…and hype.

  3. carol haka says:

    Just voted! Yeehawwwwwwww! 🙂 The entire time I was there, it was a steady stream of just over 100 people. I was talking to about 5 people who were of course voting Romney. 👿

  4. 49erDweet says:

    Other than with the economy, foreign affairs, unemployment, healthcare, Afghanistan, bipartisanship and taxes, The Won’s done a better job than Jimmy Carter as Pretendant. Maybe I need to rethink my position.

  5. SHV says:

    ” Blindly walking around the White House, looking for a clue. …”
    IMO, Christie and others who characterize Obama as, “looking for a clue”, “inexperienced”, “incompetent”, etc. are missing the point. Obama psychological frame of reference has nothing to do with what “normal”people would describe as a failure of job performance or attempts to do better. It’s the same BS as, “Obama should have gained more experience before running for president”. He is doing exactly what he wants to do and from his perspective, everyone else is a fool.

  6. DandyTiger says:

  7. votermom says:

    I am torn – my youngest wants to watch the debate (at least part of it) but at the same time complains that she doesn’t feel so good (scratchy throat).
    What to do?

  8. are we going to be back here together during tonight’s debate? Is anyone else feeling a bit nervous?

  9. DandyTiger says:

    Why am I getting the feeling the UN election monitoring is part of a set-up for something nasty?

  10. myiq2xu says:

    I just got back from the gas station and regular was down to $4.29 a gallon. I may have to vote for Obama after all.


    • carol haka says:

      Yeah. I voted for Obama today because I have blue eyes. Big elections about small things! 🙂

  11. votermom says:

    Btw there is another debate tonight in PA
    7pm eastern – Kathleen Kane vs David Freed for Atty Gen
    Kane is Big Dawg-endorsed but I’m sour at him right now so I might vote for Freed

  12. HELENK says:

    I have kids and grandkids that live in New Jersey. They tell you just how it is and do not sugarcoat it.
    When I moved to California it was so different. A lawyer from New York and I were talking about it,

    In the east a mugger will say ” give me your money or I will shoot you”

    out here the mugger will say “” good morning, how are you, give me your money or I will shoot you, Is that all you have?, I won’t be even be able to buy a cappichino.

  13. myiq2xu says:

    I have a live blog scheduled for 5 pm Klown standard time.

  14. myiq2xu says:

    I need some music to set the mood for tonight:

  15. HELENK says:

    will there be a pool tonight on how many times backtrack and bob interrupt Romney?????

    or a pool on how many more minutes backtrack gets then Romney??

  16. votermom says:

    In honor of “Bob” …

  17. myiq2xu says:

    Remember this shallow POS?

    He dumped his “dream girl” wife because she had bad credit, and his life has gone downhill ever since.

  18. dailypuma says:

    I think Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton would have made an amazing consumer protection financial bureau leader. The ideal scenario. Hillary Clinton as president, Obama actually running something and getting results for the consumer.

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  20. HELENK says:

    this commercial makes me laugh

  21. DandyTiger says:

  22. myiq2xu says:

    Okay, this is really weird.

    My power went out for three hours today. I have two digital clocks with battery back-up. Both of them are 10 minutes fast.

  23. HELENK says:

    can you believe this??? if the msm gets any further up backtrack’s backside he will be constipated

    • leslie says:

      Today The New Yorker endorsed wait for it……… Barack Obama. I sent the editor a little love note asking when they last saw daylight.

  24. leslie says:

    Who just sang the National Anthem at the game? Go Giants!

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