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News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite theefforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having noneof it"



 
 
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Old November 6th, 2010, 12:39 PM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
PeeJayOdonovan[_3_]
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Default News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite theefforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having noneof it"

News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite the
efforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having
none of it"

http://preview.tinyurl.com/4zEvleths309c10

By Simon Heffer
Published: 6:01PM GMT 05 Nov 2010
139 Comments


Excerpt:

"...To the rest of the world, it might have seemed that President
Obama’s press conference after the defeat was an admission of personal
failure. But it wasn’t: what went wrong was the economy’s fault, he
argued – and, by extension, it was the fault of the electorate for not
seeing that. Despite the best efforts of the Leftist-dominated media
here to support St Barack, the people are having none of it. The
result is that his failure to go down on his knees and repent of his
big-state, high-spending, pro-bureaucracy, unemployment-boosting
policies has left the punters even more choleric than they were
already. If he really does want to be a one-term president, he’s going
exactly the right way about it.

The anger was further stoked by the President’s decision to leave
yesterday on a long trip to India and the Far East. Although it is
being sold here as some sort of trade mission – though he is likely to
find that whatever America might want to sell in that region, the
locals can make it just as well and at a small fraction of the cost –
his departure is viewed as an escape from the line of fire.
He is also being heavily criticised for going to a country with a
recent history of terrorist outrages, necessitating a security
operation that is adding a further large chunk to his country’s
national debt.

As well as his taking 500 staff, 13 aircraft and four helicopters have
already flown in a fleet of cars and communications equipment, and no
fewer than 34 US warships are said to be hovering off the coast. Some
of his critics here were already drawing comparisons with the court of
Louis XVI just before the French Revolution, and this hasn’t helped..."
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Old November 6th, 2010, 01:35 PM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
Jigsaw1695
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Default News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite theefforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having noneof it"

On Nov 6, 7:39*am, PeeJayOdonovan wrote:
News article from the UK: *"Barack Obama is doomed -Despite the
efforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having
none of it"

http://preview.tinyurl.com/4zEvleths309c10

By Simon Heffer
Published: 6:01PM GMT 05 Nov 2010
139 Comments

Excerpt:

"...To the rest of the world, it might have seemed that President
Obama’s press conference after the defeat was an admission of personal
failure. But it wasn’t: what went wrong was the economy’s fault, he
argued – and, by extension, it was the fault of the electorate for not
seeing that. Despite the best efforts of the Leftist-dominated media
here to support St Barack, the people are having none of it. The
result is that his failure to go down on his knees and repent of his
big-state, high-spending, pro-bureaucracy, unemployment-boosting
policies has left the punters even more choleric than they were
already. If he really does want to be a one-term president, he’s going
exactly the right way about it.

The anger was further stoked by the President’s decision to leave
yesterday on a long trip to India and the Far East. Although it is
being sold here as some sort of trade mission – though he is likely to
find that whatever America might want to sell in that region, the
locals can make it just as well and at a small fraction of the cost –
his departure is viewed as an escape from the line of fire.
He is also being heavily criticised for going to a country with a
recent history of terrorist outrages, necessitating a security
operation that is adding a further large chunk to his country’s
national debt.

As well as his taking 500 staff, 13 aircraft and four helicopters have
already flown in a fleet of cars and communications equipment, and no
fewer than 34 US warships are said to be hovering off the coast. Some
of his critics here were already drawing comparisons with the court of
Louis XVI just before the French Revolution, and this hasn’t helped..."


Slowyly but surely the European luster is wearing off Obama. They,
like most Americans, realize the man is a menance to the free world.

Jigsaw
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Old November 6th, 2010, 03:21 PM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
GlennR
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Default News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite the efforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having none of it"


"Jigsaw1695" wrote in message
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On Nov 6, 7:39 am, PeeJayOdonovan wrote:
News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite the
efforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having
none of it"

Slowyly but surely the European luster is wearing off Obama. They,
like most Americans, realize the man is a menance to the free world.

Jigsaw




did you talk to any of them to get that information, or do you read minds
gomer ?


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Old November 6th, 2010, 03:53 PM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
William Black[_2_]
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Default News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite theefforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having noneof it"

On 06/11/10 14:21, GlennR wrote:
wrote in message
...
On Nov 6, 7:39 am, wrote:
News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite the
efforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having
none of it"

Slowyly but surely the European luster is wearing off Obama. They,
like most Americans, realize the man is a menance to the free world.


In reality most of Europe realised reasonably quickly that he's been
setting himself unrealistic goals that he isn't going to achieve.

On the other hand most Europeans are a bit worried about the Tea Party
people as the Tea Party people don't actually know what a 'Europe' is,
but they know they don't like it...




--
William Black

Free men have open minds
If you want loyalty, buy a dog...
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Old November 6th, 2010, 06:48 PM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
Wild Bill
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Default News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite theefforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having noneof it"

PeeJayOdonovan wrote:
News article from the UK: *"Barack Obama is doomed -Despite the
efforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having
none of it"




Another boob with a crystal ball spouting opinion as fact. Funny
how they were wrong about Clinton's and Reagan's chances of being
reelected for a second term. And when the Republicans have a
contender for the Presidency, let us know.
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Old November 7th, 2010, 02:23 AM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
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Default News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite the efforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having none of it"


"William Black" wrote in message
...
On 06/11/10 14:21, GlennR wrote:
wrote in message
...
On Nov 6, 7:39 am, wrote:
News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite the
efforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having
none of it"

Slowyly but surely the European luster is wearing off Obama. They,
like most Americans, realize the man is a menance to the free world.


In reality most of Europe realised reasonably quickly that he's been
setting himself unrealistic goals that he isn't going to achieve.

On the other hand most Europeans are a bit worried about the Tea Party
people as the Tea Party people don't actually know what a 'Europe' is, but
they know they don't like it...




--
William Black

Free men have open minds
If you want loyalty, buy a dog...


they think Europe is a country, the way palin thought Africa was a country


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Old November 7th, 2010, 07:59 AM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
Markku Grönroos[_2_]
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Default Faults In The American Healthcare System

As subscribers of rte have seen, a disproportionally high number of
mentally disturbed people from the United States project their ill
health in their messages when [cross]posting to the group. Some of them
have been around a decade or so. Pretty hefty portion of their lives
wasted away.


Roughly and clearly more than 50% of all the crazy tirade (about
Lincoln, Osama, Obama, moslems and so worth) originate to news servers
residing inside the borders of the United States.

US Americans constitute a couple of percent of all the usenet
subscribers and yet their share among nut-cases is about 1000% higher.

What makes US Americans so vulnerable to mental illnesses? Is there any
cure for their less balanced behaviour? Is the American healthcare
authority equipped with sufficient resources to rehabilitate these poor
sods? Heal the sick and miserable. Give them some hope to return to
civilisation as robust and independent people capable of standing on
their own two feet.

It looks very peculiar that one relatively restricted (even if large)
area on earth contributes about as many nut-cases as rest of the world.
Quite alarming actually.
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Old November 7th, 2010, 12:33 PM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
mikeos
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Default Faults In The American Healthcare System

get some new material. Have you got this on daily repeat?
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Old November 7th, 2010, 10:34 PM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
William Black[_2_]
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Default News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite theefforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having noneof it"

On 07/11/10 01:23, GlennR wrote:
"William wrote in message
...
On 06/11/10 14:21, GlennR wrote:
wrote in message
...
On Nov 6, 7:39 am, wrote:
News article from the UK: "Barack Obama is doomed -Despite the
efforts of the US media to support St Barack, the Americans are having
none of it"

Slowyly but surely the European luster is wearing off Obama. They,
like most Americans, realize the man is a menance to the free world.


In reality most of Europe realised reasonably quickly that he's been
setting himself unrealistic goals that he isn't going to achieve.

On the other hand most Europeans are a bit worried about the Tea Party
people as the Tea Party people don't actually know what a 'Europe' is, but
they know they don't like it...




they think Europe is a country, the way palin thought Africa was a country


You credit them with an intelligence that is so far unproven.



--
William Black

Free men have open minds
If you want loyalty, buy a dog...
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Old November 14th, 2010, 10:49 PM posted to alt.activism.death-penalty,uk.politics.misc,soc.retirement,rec.travel.europe,soc.culture.europe
Runge 125 1/2
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Default Faults In The American Healthcare System

It's still better than the repeats of donovan jiggy toy pet and bonde vs the
evleths...
Every day these stupids are bellowing their heroes are better than yours.
Duh.
Gronros is right for once, all US nuts seem to congregate here.


"mikeos" a écrit dans le message de groupe de discussion :
...

get some new material. Have you got this on daily repeat?

 




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