Obama Part Deux : Fear And Superstition

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The White House (whitehouse) on Twitter

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14 Responses to Obama Part Deux : Fear And Superstition

  1. Andy DC says:

    You have some nerve, trying to make people believe that the world is not coming to an end! How can you live with that on your conscious?

    • He’s just a bike-riding, soccer-playing contrarian, and has no conscience. Pure evil. He even refuses to add a Homer/Hansen with his axe to all his illustrations. No feelings whatsoever — how about an Obama with his axe, then, hey? No, I didn’t think so, !@#$%.

  2. philjourdan says:

    Voodoo works so well for Zero.

  3. suyts says:

    I’m disturbed, but not shocked by that.

  4. Chewer says:

    Quite typical for the Marxist-Socialist types.
    They are all simply pieces of shit, with a stench to match!
    Quite odiferous indeed.

  5. gofer says:

    OK son, here’s your college fund and I hope you enjoy the nice weather because we had to sacrifice a lot for you to enjoy it. Just think, you don’t have to worry about storms or heat waves or floods like we did in the old days. The govt. is going to turn on the electricity, for our zip code, next Sat. from 1-4pm and we have saved-up enough to have a bbq, we have all the permits, so it will be a great time.

  6. Pingback: New York Times Revken: “…Disturbing To See White House Factual Tweet On Hurricane History”

  7. time to post a petition on whitehouse.gov site asking for explanation as to why the post was deleted? If that isn’t deleted too.

  8. Mike Mangan says:

    Nice of Revkin to point this out…

    Andrew Holland is another rent-seeking douchebag from the looks of his bio. Anyone working towards “sustainable” energy policies is just another thief.

  9. kramer says:

    “Most transparent administration ever” my democrat…

  10. Eric Webb (weather advance) says:

    According to Anthony Watts, the actual # of hurricanes during Grover Cleveland’s presidency was 27.

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