“He’s a moron.”


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“He’s a moron.”

From a Democratic voter in blue-state New York, talking about Obama.

Link fixed. Sorry.

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2 comments

  • key quote :

    “After nodding approvingly for a time, the Republican candidate, Bob Turner, signaled for an assistant to cut off Ms. Weiss. Frustration with Mr. Obama is so widespread, he explained later, that he tries to limit such rants to about 30 seconds, or else they will consume most of his day.”

    I think it is a good idea to put a limit on unproductive rants as well, maybe we can think of something more useful to do, the election is still pretty far away maybe we can work together and get something done before we all just completely give up on accomplishing anything until the next election is over, it seems like both sides are sticking to thier play book of not doing anything and blaming the other side to win the next election

  • LINO

    If the Republicans are depending on carrying New York in 2012……

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