“Obama said it, I believe it, that settles it!”


There is a crisis of faith among Obama’s Follower Army. Their whole world is imploding. Their false idol’s signature program is a clusterfuck and there is no rational way to blame the Republicans for it. Even worse, Obama himself is exposed as a liar.

So how does Obama respond? He doubles down on his lies. Go big or go home.

The Faithful don’t want the truth. They want to BELIEVE. Any lie will do, if it is said with sincerity. Obama learned to fake sincerity a long time ago.

I knew this day was coming. I just didn’t expect it to take so long. Now you know why they delayed implementation of Obamacare until after the election. Otherwise President Romney would have repealed it by now.

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86 Responses to “Obama said it, I believe it, that settles it!”

  1. The Klown says:

    Now the real question is what will be Obama’s floor level of support? For GWB it was 28%. I’m guessing Obama’s will be in the low 30’s.

    • 1539days says:

      The sketch SNL did last week about what it would take for Black voters to leave Obama is a good indicator that Obama +5 to Bush means that he is less popular than Bush among everyone but AAs.

      • Somebody says:

        Nah to make a parallel like that it would have to be Obama +12.something because AA’s are about 13% of the population and they support Ohole 93-96% depending on the poll.

        So using that logic Obama is about at W’s numbers.

  2. votermom says:

  3. The Klown says:
    • Karma says:

      Aww…how cute. Now he’s adding the caveats after the speech.

      Rather than the usual, during the speech, just so the Obots could cheer him negating everything they had just cheered about.

  4. helenk3 says:

    backtrack and bunch really believe that the American citizen is just a stupid slob. tell them lies, then blame them for believing them. If they dare to question what you said out the attack dogs with the name calling.

    have you ever heard a US President demonize half the citizens of this country before? I never did. Whether it was a democrat or a republican in office there was never a doubt that they represented ALL Americans whether they had voted for him or not.

    As for the obots, would or could they be trusted to have the best interest of the country at heart? So far it does not seem like they do.
    Even when I belonged to the democratic party, it never occurred to me that the country did not come before party , country always came first and that republicans had the same beliefs. We just had differences of opinion on some things but when it came down to it country first

    • The Klown says:

      Obamaism is a religion. Zealots and fanatics are always dangerous.

    • insanelysane says:

      There has not been enough honking around here lately.

      helenk3, you deserve a giant HONKKKKK for the ^^^^^
      That demonetization is part and parcel of the Obama game.

      Sadly, I know a couple Obama fauns and they are really very shallow and kinda stupid. But, they are also very vocal and loud and accusatory and Romney haters and 1% haters.
      They trumpet cliche themes and profess love of the greater good….
      all the time hiding an inner racist self loathing

      Obama is counting on them.
      We have their names
      Vile Progs

  5. It is hard to compare them to anything in history. It is just insane.
    It’s like we are all Galileo and the media is the Vatican desperately trying to squash the truth.

  6. helenk3 says:


    interesting Biden in Va distances himself from backtrack train wreck.
    just wondering health care will be forever tied to backtrack and Hilary, is biden just biding his time for a 2016 run. Remember backtrack has done his usual backstabbing to Biden

  7. swanspirit says:

    Denying his statements at this level is pathological , and dangerously so . Some in his inner circle must be delusional as well to imagine they can move beyond this with a denial . . We are talking about a reality disconnect , which is frightening . He is pathologically incapable of accepting responsibility , even if it involves denying reality.

    • Lulu says:

      Cognitive distortions are exaggerated or irrational thought patterns that are believed to perpetuate the effects of psychopathological states, especially depression and anxiety. The thought patterns include all or nothing thinking, over generalization or hasty thinking, jumping to conclusions or “mind reading”, emotional reasoning (I feel), labeling, blaming, relying on social control to obtain cooperative actions from another person, and always being right. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cognitive_distortion
      It is a very serious problem.

  8. votermom says:

    fingers crossed Cucinelli pulls it out!!!!!

  9. The Klown says:

    We only have local races here in Big Smoggy. I’m staying out of elections in other areas. I really don’t think they have any meaning nationally.


  10. elliesmom says:

    It’s just a nice warm shower. Really.

    • The Klown says:

      Megyn Kelly is saying VA too close to call. Cooch still holding on to a lead.

      • Somebody says:

        It’s down to 1.2% with Mcauliffe trailing.

        Three counties left to report Charles City, New Kent and Craig. I’m going to guess the first two lean Mcauliffe and drag his ass over the line since they’re close to DC. The last one Craig is way up in northern Virginia and I’m going to guess Cuccinelli, but it probably doesn’t have enough population to offset those other two.

        These are wild ass guesses because I don’t know the population by county in Virginia maybe Denise will come on and opine.

    • DandyTIger says:

      80% in, down to under 1%. McAuliffe closing fast now. N. Counties have been held for final stuffing amounts. Looks like they’re unloading them now.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Down to .5% lead for Cucc. Only McAuliffe precincts left. It’s amazing it was this close. 3M spent by GOP when they spent 9M last time. And everything and the kitchen sink spent on McAuliffe. And frankly, Cucc was a terrible candidate and campaigner. And this close. That says a lot.

      • Somebody says:

        Ha Dandy you and I seem to be posting the same updates some of mine are down below. Yep looks like McAuliffe is going to squeak this one out.

  11. The Klown says:

    Apparently California made all the insurance companies agree to cancel all non-Obamacare conforming policies in order to participate in the state exchange.

  12. The Klown says:

    Megyn keeps interrupting some administration pinhead who keeps spewing talking points instead of answering questions.

  13. Somebody says:

    I’m not seeing any new counties reporting and the percentage is still showing 82% reporting but the latest update dropped Cuccinelli by one tenth of a percent now he leads by 1.1% with those 3 counties outstanding

    • Somebody says:

      Well that’s it the newest update has them 4/10ths apart McAuliffe will close that gap no doubt.

  14. DandyTIger says:

    FoxNews calls VA race for McAuliffe.

  15. wmcb says:

    • angienc says:

      First of all, Cuccinelli didn’t argue to *make* any sex acts illegal; he argued that sodomy laws should remain on the books (i.e., KEPT illegal) because it was an effective way to enhance sentencing in rape & child molestation cases (a lot of child molestation cases involve oral sex, not penetration). Of course, idiot LIVs don’t grasp the difference.

      • wmcb says:

        I understand his reasoning. No, he wasn’t crazy like portrayed. But notice that whenever R pols expound at length on ANYTHING sex-related, they get creamed in public opinion. No, that’s not fair. But reality is, they need to mostly ZIP IT on those issues.

        • DandyTIger says:

          Lots of people keep telling them to STFU about sex and rape. No matter if they’re on firm footing for their stance, just STFU. Every time they say anything, they lose, The Dems are really good at that game, the GOP the opposite. Idiots.

        • angienc says:

          I understand that you understand. I’m talking about that Thad idiot’s simplistic (and incorrect) characterization of Cuccinelli’s position. It’s difficult for the attorney general of a state to *not* talk about the law — including those involving rape & child molestation,which by definition involve sexual acts.

          Nonetheless, I agree with you — the electorate is so stupid that it is better for people to *not* talk about certain things because no matter how valid or rationale the argument, the other side will create a catchy/simplistic lie about your position, which the idiots will believe. Such as “He wants to ban tampons!”

  16. DandyTIger says:

    • helenk3 says:

      Fox is calling Virginia for McAllif. guess obots like being lied to. guess they think they will be the exception to the obamacare screwing.

      You can not fix stupid

      to the RNC who did not really help in Virgina guess keeping the old guard happy is more important than losing

  17. 1539days says:

    According to Breitbart, Democrat counties (and hopefully a few Republican ones) are holding their results just to maintain momentum. Isn’t this the reason we had those black box electronic ballots in the first place to avoid this?

  18. Somebody says:

    Well New Kent County is the biggest of the 3 still out and in 2012 it went for Romney by 66.2%

    • Somebody says:

      Looks like 10,700 voted in the 2012 Presidential race in New Kent County. The other two counties Craig had about 2,600 votes in 2012 and the split was 66.1% for Romney, then Charles City had 4,100 in 2012 and went 65.8% for Obama.

      So in other words the counties still out may swing R at least two of them

    • DandyTIger says:

      91% reporting, McAuliffe ahead by .5% now. And climbing. I think it’s being called by most outlets because of exit polling as well as what’s remaining to be counted.

      I think even if McAuliffe wins by 2%, given the spending and the 3rd party candidate who was also funded by Dems, that’s really not a great win. But a win is a win.

  19. DandyTIger says:

    A little sarcasm:

  20. The Klown says:

    Catness is not pleased. During the summer I had a box fan at the door to my room to circulate the cool air. Catness liked to hide behind it between the wall and the door.

    It’s no longer summer and I put the fan away. She wants it back.

  21. DandyTIger says:

  22. The Klown says:
  23. DandyTIger says:

    93% reporting, McAuliffe is now up by 1%. It is close enough for a recount if Cucch wants, but probably not worth it as the exit polls seem to correlate.

  24. The Klown says:
    • Somebody says:

      6.66%…….snicker, sorry I thought it was funny

    • DandyTIger says:

      Sarvis definitely made a huge difference. Though the Dems won, they, and esp. the Clintons, must be a bit nervous. If Ocare is still a problem over the next two years (haha, I said if), then it’s the GOP’s to lose. Hmm, now that I said it’s the GOP’s to lose, welcome to the presidency Hillary.

      • Somebody says:

        Bite your tongue Dandy!!

        It should make the D’s a bit nervous, but that exit polling is crazy 53% oppose Ocare yet some of them vote dem so they can get themselves some more dem policies???

    • DandyTIger says:

      Good point:

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  26. 1539days says:

    At least Virginia will see instant Karma if McAuliff wins. Right now, the state has no exchange. Obamacare is footing the bill. The first thing he will do is set up a Virginia exchange and expand Medicaid. The next thing will be that the indigent will sign up for Medicaid and the rolls in VA will explode. The state will get a nice big bill along with the other 20 states that joined the OBorg.

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  30. Somebody says:

    At this point it looks like the margin is going to end up being 1% or less, so the dem sponsored “libertarian” clearly made a huge difference. Well that and I wonder how many military ballots got lost?

    • DandyTIger says:

      Oh, I forgot about write-ins, esp. military ones. Those probably have not been counted. Usually aren’t. Wonder if Cucch will want those to be counted, want a recount, or will just bow out. The establishment game is to always bow out.

      • DandyTIger says:

        I take that back. I think they count most write-ins as they happen, or soon after. But they probably don’t have all the military write-ins. Don’t know what they add up to, but could make a difference in a race this tight. 98% in, McAuliffe up by 1 1/2%.

        • Somebody says:

          I don’t think there are enough military votes to make up that margin. Especially when you consider there are probably numerous other types of absentee ballots outstanding.

    • Constance says:

      Well they don’t actually have to count those military ballots do they? Here in Seattle we just find boxes full of “forgotten” ballots in the basement of the court house during the recounts if the Democrats need a few more votes.

  31. 1539days says:

    Kind of fitting McAuliffe got 47% of the vote.

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  34. mothy67 says:

    Spent the evening listening to my small town mayor elect explain to me how government works. Needless to say I am more than repulsed. He just wants to play the game, Ran as an R and I asked him if he felt any obligation to his constituents. in a nut shell he told me you have to play the game. Said no small town mayor could make a difference. I asked what he thought of Palin. Asked me if I was one of those teafaggers. Then proceeded to ignore me. So I bought him a congratulatory drink and left it at that.

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    “Disabled interracial lesbians with an African kicker?”

    “Did not see that coming.”

  37. driguana says:

    But still the clingers will be bitter.

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