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The Anti-Obama Movement is gaining momentum and all you have to do is Google Anti Obama to see the truth of it. His shady background, friends and associations, his wife's and his sordid reverse-racist past statements, bowing down to socialism and so on...

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PinkMindy Ellinwood (567)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 4:50 am
Who is Obama ... no really ... who is He really ... Savior or Fuhrer???

The actual evidence points in only one direction ... actually!

wolfNoFwdsPls a (135)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 5:25 am
I totally agree: DON'T VOTE FOR B.O. *AND* (of course, should go without mentioning:) DON'T VOTE FOR THE OTHER PUPPET

do something useful instead. Get active! join some group(s) or movement(s) which *really* is/are working on changing the system a/o at least alleviating the pain caused by the current system. Feed someone hungry. Talk to someone out-and-down. Tear down some ads, or paint over them. Liberate some caged creatures. Keep some corporation from felling a tree, building another dam(ned plant), ... ... ... Find something *useful* to do - it's also a lot more satisfying!

If voting could change anything, it would have been outlawed long ago. --- ancient wisdom


Akin Adelakun (21)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 6:06 am

Alice Liddell (62)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 7:26 am
I would vote for Bo, Barack Obama's dog before I would vote for his master. ~ Alice

PinkMindy Ellinwood (567)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 7:33 am
I not only Googled Anti-Obama, but inserted the term into the Facebook search-engine and was amazed to see the growing number of negative Obama pages!

Obama's billion dollar 2012 campaign bid must be some sort of tax write-off or something!?!?

I am taking this to Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, MyYearbook, Twitter .... etc.

Mitch Offutt (47)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 10:21 am
Completely dead on accurate Madda Hatta. Thanks. This guy is the most ridiculous, illterate, impositor of a POTUS America has ever had. His incompetence is only matched by his dangerous ignorant Uber Left ideology. Turn him out Nov. 2012.

Stelizan L (258)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 10:52 am
Very glad I don't live in the US of A - and I think 'our' puppets over here not only give us much more to laugh about than anything else, but there's also quite a few hard working guys and dolls who really 'walk the talk'.

Carol Dreeszen (346)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 11:34 am
No problem here!! Would NEVER vote for that crook!!

Past Member (0)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 1:39 pm
I voted for him in 08 and will again. Pretty hard to unseat a sitting President.

Cam V (417)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 1:53 pm
Sad to hear Summer that while most Americans have learned from the mistake they made voting for this pretender you have not.

Sherry H (67)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 1:59 pm
Dead on, Cam.

Alice Liddell (62)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 2:26 pm
Summer, how did you vote for Obama when you obviously were born at night, LAST NIGHT. Because everyone else knows the jigs up for this fraud of a puppet president. Be careful what you wish for Summer, the weather changes very quickly in a political arena.

If B.O. gets in again it will be because of vote/poll rigging like Harry Reid pulled off in Las Vegas Nevada this year. Another term of Obama and his administration/czars, Summer, get ready to sign your name Winter because after the Fall of U.S.A. child, you'll never see Springtime or Summer again.

~ Alice says MARK HER WORDS!!!

Tim Redfern (581)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 2:34 pm
Summer, in the last 35 (or so) years, sitting Presidents
have been unseated 3 times; Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and
George H.W. Bush. It isn't that hard to unseat a sittng President
if his performance is bad enough.
Speaking for myself:
I got suckered into voting for Obama and I got what I wanted
because mine was an anti-McCain vote. Being that in the meantime
I have found my personal political identity, I'll be voting Socialist in 2012.
I also believe Obama will be a one-term President, and that our next
President will be a white middle-aged/elderly Republican.
God save us all.

Thanks, Mad Hatta.

Alice Liddell (62)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 5:02 pm
"Marijuana is to humanity the gift
of a kind and loving God, who wants
to see His children healthy and
-Pastor Tim Redfern

Tim, instead of voting Socialist in 2012, maybe you should be voting for a Libertarian candidate like Ron Paul. Just sayin'. Put your thinking cap on Mister!

~ Alice


Ingrid A (524)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 7:05 pm
Going to vote for whoever I want.

Phyllis P (237)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 7:13 pm
"I ceased to advertise my mother's race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites" - Senator Barack Hussein Obama. WTF, come one loser, you are part white. He is a disgrace to either race, if he can't be proud of who he is. But aside from all of that, he is a disgrace as a President. He has spoke out of both sides of his mouth from day 1 and he hasn't stopped yet. He hasn't produced anything that he promised. Sorry everyone got fooled by the pied piper. I am a democrat, didn't vote for him then, wouldn't vote for him in the future. I pray to God, yes God, Obama, that he goes away before he destroys us any further.


Past Member (0)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 7:18 pm
People voted in droves for Obama because he swayed the masses and quite honestly, drove everybody into some sort of euphoric frenzy. DANGEROUS RED FLAG! I seem to remember someone else in history doing the same....My Hungarian family lived through Hitler and the National Socialist Party, while some went to camps. My cousins lived on to become freedom fighters in the resistance durihg the 1956 Revolution to end the government's Soviet-imposed Communist policies. If you wish to vote against Democracy and your own best interests, go to the poll and vote Obama. You must like betting on whether you are going to get your social security check next month. And no, I am not a Republican! I ceased to support a two-party system a long time ago. As an environmental activist, I will vote for The Green Party yet again, and in 2016, as an animal activist, will vote The Humane Party. The Founding Fathers gave us the responsibilty of voting from our hearts, not for party. Don't make them more ashamed than they already are.

Kim O (396)
Saturday July 16, 2011, 8:18 pm
I think Obama may have woven himself into a Full Nelson. Thanks Mad Hatta!!! Giant green star to Andy!!

PinkMindy Ellinwood (567)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 3:59 am
Thank you greatly for commenting and please don't forget to forward this to as many friends that you can ... once again I send green stars and say thank you!

Marianne P (3)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 8:31 am
What the heck are you guys all talking about it?

Jae A (316)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 8:49 am
Tea Baggers... of course Marianne P.

Hope someone brought some tighty wipes... as this thread is really deep in it's own pooooo. Interesting comments.

Hanks Tatter

puffpuffpass..then grow...I mean 'GO' GREEN !!


Carol Dreeszen (346)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 2:09 pm
The narcissist’s anger and intolerance is projected on his servile followers who also become angry and intolerant of criticism of their leader. Remember the sick symbiosis between the narcissist and his codependents? The followers get their narcissistic supply by elevating the status of their leader. The greater he looks, the better they feel. They see their glory is his glory. Conversely, when the narcissist is criticized, his followers become offended. They take those criticisms personally and their instinct of self defense is triggered. They will become vigilantes and will silence their critics through intimidation, bullying, mocking, threats and violence (like calling those who disagree with Obama, racists).

Tim Redfern (581)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 2:34 pm
You cannot currently send a star to Andrea because you have done so within the last week.

Many thanks to Alice Liddell for
quoting my own words back to me
and making me put on my thinking cap.
Ron Paul?........hmmmmmm.

Alice Liddell (62)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 2:44 pm
You're welcome Tim. And thanks for the green star. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. ~ Alice

Cheryl B (64)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 3:41 pm
Any AntiObama news is good news

Cheryl B (64)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 3:41 pm
Thanks for telling the world

Jae A (316)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 9:58 pm
A fine line to question but the odds are that many who disagree with Obama are racist. Personally I believe that the majority of the Tea Baggers are racist.....not just against blacks either. So to call them 'as a group' such the odds of being correct are very high. Same with their younger group the Skin Heads and long time like thinkers of the KKK groups and White Surpremist.

Carol Dreeszen (346)
Sunday July 17, 2011, 11:45 pm
Sorry Jae..This is coming from an expert that can read Narcissism....I think I will take his expertise over yours.

Jae A (316)
Monday July 18, 2011, 2:38 am
I think this example explains my reason for believing what I said to be true..about Tea Baggers and their 'associate' groups etc.

“Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson isn’t the only GOP presidential candidate now to criticize the “traditional family” pledge that Iowa conservative group The FAMiLY Leader has proposed to all candidates. Front runner Mitt Romney has also stated that he will not be signing it, calling the pledge “inappropriate” and “undignified.”

Mitt Romney strongly supports traditional marriage but he felt this pledge contained references and provisions that were undignified and inappropriate for a presidential campaign,” said campaign spokeswoman Andrea Saul late Tuesday night.

The pledge ended up in the frenzy of controversy after it was noted that it declared African American children were “better off” in slavery than today, because at least more of them were raised by both a mother and a father during slavery. "
To view the entire article go to ,,

I think I'll take proof over opinion any day....your expert or yours Carol.

Jae A (316)
Monday July 18, 2011, 2:42 am
Posting the name etc. and where to read your experts opinion would be good to post with your statement next time Carol.

Not that it would change the facts as pointed out in my offered link of proof to what I said.

Jae A (316)
Monday July 18, 2011, 2:46 am
That being said...the article and what took place brings respect to an otherwise disrespectful rascist group on the GOP side candidates. Of course he isn't a Tea Bagger so that helped in his opinion on that one no doubt. But the group behind the 'pledge' you can bet are,by the majority,also Tea Baggers and or Tea Bagger supporters.

PinkMindy Ellinwood (567)
Monday July 18, 2011, 4:15 am
President Obama has damaged himself beyond repair on both sides of the aisle and now bids a Lame Duck 2012 Campaign ... with of course MANY more empty promises.

He has only really been successful in his attempts when there is a quick midnight ram-rod vote, which questionably circumvents the will of the American people and sometimes the borderlines an anti-U.S. Constitutional approach.

Radical Islamic Globalization anyone????

PinkMindy Ellinwood (567)
Monday July 18, 2011, 4:25 am

P.S.: President Obama's Lame-Duck 2012 Campaign Bid @ Google Images

Jae A (316)
Monday July 18, 2011, 5:26 am
For myself there is only one worth while party out there and that is the Green Party. Not easy to go both Corporate and Green since Green is anything but corporate friendly.

I think the majority of people are missing things almost completely when it comes to Obama or whoever...All but a Green Party canadate could pull off winning and keeping their promises. Otherwise their dark side purchased by Corporates would show instantly upon election/appointment etc. Currently the Corporate buying power reaches into all other 'Parties' very easily and that is why we are now under Corporate rule,so ta say. One Party in the D.C. line up of candidates and that is the Corporate Party regardless of what use to be a seperate party other than in just name difference as it is today.

I am not doubting anything to do with Political Narcissism as much of it was shown to be true of GOP supporters during the massive death and destruction Dubya Bush years.. as well as more currently with those who supported $arah Palin while their supporters in each case were staring point blank at the facts that both were of the worst of choices anyone could make, if one has the nations best interest at heart. If Carol statement about Narcissism having the same to do with Obama then I guess one could say that about anyone politically interested and supportive of their choice of leaders would be Narcissistic Politically. Thus I see no real point in that connection to Obama any more so with he and his supporters than with any group support of any of the current candidates..

I personal do not support the majority of Obama's policies as they are just too far to the Right. That makes those on the right who constantly rag about minor things instead of the larger policy issues seem most confussed,in my opinion, as he's more on their side than that of the left so far in his presidency... in many of our opinions who are anything but GOP material , so ta say. Anyway, as I said 'way up yonder'.. somewhere on this thread..."interesting comments".

Jae A (316)
Monday July 18, 2011, 5:32 am
P.S> I guess I'd have to say that I will still take Obama and his choice of corporate dollars over those corporates and their dollars of the 'right' anyday in the next election. I have withdrawn my support for Obama I will still vote for him as the alternatives are too far to 'the right' of the dark side of things.

PinkMindy Ellinwood (567)
Monday July 18, 2011, 9:27 am

I have finally understood President Obama's Campaign 2012 strategy plan ...

He has allowed and continued the unraveling of the U.S. economy, so as to eliminate our financial ability to counter-campaign against Him ...

Devilishly Ingenious!

PinkMindy Ellinwood (567)
Monday July 18, 2011, 9:32 am

Get busy today and don't wait for fate to settle the 2012 election outcome, because time is running out! And if you claim the GOP has gridlocked Obama's agenda, then you also admit that President Obama is indeed a lame-duck 2012 candidate for re-election.

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Scarlett P (126)
Monday July 18, 2011, 10:06 am
Jae... Can it be that we just don't agree with his politics? You're always saying it's because of his race... I wouldn't care if the man was a blue smurf he was doing his job as a president...He is just not the man this country needs.. I mean... Look at the so called change???

Darlene K (356)
Monday July 18, 2011, 11:58 am
I voted Green Party last election, and I will probably do it again, this election. It would be wonderful to elect a Native American as President, ah I guess I can dream....

Jae A (316)
Monday July 18, 2011, 3:37 pm
Scarlett, when his 'politics' are along the same lines as yours why then would you keep on with the 'hate' Obama stuff is all that I am curious about.

You can't have 'change ' as long as the GOP party players themselves keep obstructing progress. Comprimise is the solution and he has certainly gone out of his way there so far. As I said above, for me personally, don't care one way or the other as the alternatives are out of the question for nearly all Dem.s , many Indies,and many GOP his views do match their more. Of course they don't match those of the Tea Baggers as they are so far right they can't tell which way is up or down or around.

I still say that in the majority of cases with Tea Baggers that it is race more than his politics. For one main reason...most of the Tea Baggers have no real clues as to his politics. That's just fact. Read the threads back until before he was elected...that shows on care2 at least, to be the obvious case.

Yes Dar Keko'.....we can still dream about that ...and who knows what will happen once the U.S. has struggled it's way out from under the total Corporate control that took place during the Dubya Bush years.

Past Member (0)
Monday July 18, 2011, 4:30 pm
Jae, I am so glad I came back here to check this thread, beacuse again you show up, drop some comments, and then come back again and again and try to get the last word. First off, I would like to thank you for making my point exactly - you don't really like Obama, but you will vote for him anyway so that you don't have to vote Republican or for any of the other "dark sides." Perhaps you have watched Star Wars too many times during your lifetime. And if Obama's policies are "too far to the right" as you say, then so help us God! Oh yes, God - there I said it, so I'm sure you will leave a snippet or two about me mentioning a Creator, which should have no part in any political discussion. And no, I do not belong to The Tea Party, before you leave a comment on that. I used to be a Liberal Democrat, and even worked on Clinton's first campaign. Where has Obama "gone out of the way" as you say in compromises? If you do not think he is arrogant, then you need to immediately make an appointment to see an eye doctor. Allowing yourself to be called The Messiah, strutting whenever you walk, and speaking to all others with your nose constantly up in the air and looking down at people, qualifies as top level arrogance that requires psychiatric care. So Carol hit the nail right on the head. Oh, and let's not forget that he vowed to be the "Environmental President." How's he doing on that? Oh, that's right, all we have to do is check right here on Care2 environmental and animal petitions to answer that. And it's seriously so old hat to bring up the race issue, because African-Americans are just as disappointed for voting for him as everyone else. To call someone a racist Jae, without seeing their actions, is irresponsible and rude. To assume that those who don't like Obama because he is half-black is just stupid. Do the black people who no longer support him dislike him because he is half-white?

Past Member (0)
Monday July 18, 2011, 5:27 pm
Jae, since you bring up the issue of "traditional families," I would like to leave this fact for you: "The Green Party believes that same-sex couples should have all of the same rights that heterosexual couples do and that the "Defense Of Marriage Act" is a violation of civil rights. The rights of same-sex couples far outweighs the rights of what some people believe a married couple should be." - WWW.GP.ORG

Jae A (316)
Tuesday July 19, 2011, 4:11 am
If the Green Party could find a great candidate and has a chance by the election to actually win I'd vote for them for President. If not I will not vote for anyone other than Obama.To do so would be a wasted vote. At least we know where he stands more and more each day. THe others...GOP etc...too much concern about our private lives in general.

About Obama, what I said was I no longer support him. I didn't say I didn't like him. I disagree with many of his comprimises with the GOP more than his policies even though I probably said 'policies'. I like him as a personality and who knows...if he gets it together before the election I will re-up my support for him. I'll not set anything 'in stone' ,so to say, prior to election month.

I have said that I think a majority of Tea Baggers are rascist. Not an individual Andrea. My mother is predjudice against blacks but that is it..her husband is an out right rascist as is my sister, so I know about Rascism...I grew up in Texas...not in a metro area...a country town where blacks were not allowed within the city limits after dark so you really can save you breath when telling someone else what a rascist is. I listen to the words those who are use and they don't even have to say the word to know they are rascist.

My opinion is that the vast majority of Tea Baggers are rascist. That is my opinion ,however rude or whatever that "opinion" my be to some.

SInce you brought up Star Wars..I think I have seen at least two or the movies. Ok Movies but I really like the Harry Potter series.

I I thought to return was to continue to discuss but apparently you , Andrea, feel that more is to have the last word. Take about accusations about someone you don't know ! Anyway Andrea, Please return ...again, and have that last word if you like. You comment about that will not stop me from posting comments on threads that I care to do so on...again and again ...or once or however many times I feel I care2 do so. So Carol and some of the others can forget their effort to try and bully me from doing so ..with back up help of course.

Jae A (316)
Tuesday July 19, 2011, 4:22 am
Yep,back already, just minutes later. Don't want anyone to think I want the last word so wanted to get this comment posted before someone else shows up to denfend rascist or whatever.

As to returning again...I suppose when someone mentions your name in a comment you would ignore it huh ? If you check back up you will see I did return and post rely etc. each time I was individually named.

As for advise...try reading all the comments before you rag on someone or not...doesn't matter to me but you might want to since you seem to be concerned with P.C. engagement...on your terms of course.

I can not get over how many 'shells' there are on this one thread. Makes for some interest fun regardless.

Jae A (316)
Tuesday July 19, 2011, 4:52 am
I just love this much so I obviously can't stay away for long periods of time without thinking of more to say...since discussion hasn't work so far... :-) ....OH...and don't forget.. I used the word 'bully'. Some of you might get some mileage out of that one.

Tim Redfern (581)
Tuesday July 19, 2011, 2:41 pm
You cannot currently send a star to Andrea because you have done so within the last week.

James W (257)
Tuesday July 19, 2011, 7:20 pm
Hat Jae A why don't you run in 2012 you seem to know everything there is to to know about how to run the U.S.OF A!!!!!!!!

Past Member (0)
Tuesday July 19, 2011, 7:37 pm
Was just reading through some of the news here, and was really shocked to see my name brought up several times by people that I have said nothing disrespectful to, this makes me very sad. I thought you could post a comment/your feelings on Care 2 without such animosity.

I did say something to Lillith the other day that was disrespectful and I apologize to her, I see that she could have bashed me but didn't. Thank you Lillith.


Jae A (316)
Wednesday July 20, 2011, 1:20 am
LOL James....I only know what I read or experience in life. I do know one thing for sure..the GOP have taken this nation to it's knees and that saddens me personally. What to do about it...that's the big question of course. No answers in sight that I can see until the Corporates are no longer running things in D.C.
It does surprise me that when one post facts about something they are all of a sudden 'bashed' or whatever one wants to call it. Just opinions folks..that's all yours are and that mine are. Try a little humor and chill now and then.
As for my running the US.of A. ....yep LOL...I'm way to lazy for that job and way to old to put up with B.S. from punks like Cantor etc. Besides, I have a fine life doing what I am without going to D.C. :-) ...even for a visit.

Summer..bashing is a part of it all when it comes to these threads and Politics. I personal reply to 'personal' comments in my direction but I prefer to talk in 'groups' or mindsets than individuals on threads but will as I said..go there if prompted to do so.

At least this thread taught me that apprarently all Tea Baggers are Political narcissist and that probably applies to anyone who believes that they are voting or supporting what they 'think' is best for the it or not. Facts help but too many don't get those before supporting someone in D.C. etc. and that makes for a lot of eeeeers and bashing on these threads....or so I believe. [that opinion thang ya know]

MmAway M (505)
Sunday July 24, 2011, 5:43 pm
OMGOONESS...I had HOPE at first when OBAMA got elected, then sadly I began to feel so much sorrow and felt like I was in RUSSA in a HITLER NATION, this is NOT a PRESIDENT FOR THE USA....GADS, If the draft were done under Obama and they really knew what was going on NO ONE WOULD GO...

What is with this TeaBaggers issue, this is not the news...GET A GRIP JAE and get with the FACTS!!!!!!!!!!!!

Read the NEWS ARTICLE AT SITE and I feel SICK!!! It is like I want to write in a quote about DEATH for the USA who was STUIPID enough to VOTE this guy into office....if the United States of America is that DUMB again then we have all lost it all!!!

Would love to havge Jefferson in office, and GADS, JAE, if you are there, UMMM know you will say he is dead! Ya think I don't know that!!!

MmAway M (505)
Sunday July 24, 2011, 5:49 pm
Don't have time for the long comments, read the important ones, than ran into a person that can't say anything right and Ummmm Stars to all of you guys, and ALICE LOVED YOUR COMMENT!!!

MmAway M (505)
Sunday July 24, 2011, 5:55 pm
OMG....Jae, you will get me for typing in "HAVE" wrong, don't want to give your any special deals where you can call me an idiot like you have done to me as well as others in the past! BTW!!! GOING TO LOOK for your news and maybe get off topic and leave a ton of worthless comments....Like James W. Said since you are such a SMART PERSON AND YOU KNOW IT ALL, RUN FOR OFFICE!!!! GADS!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mitch Offutt (47)
Wednesday August 10, 2011, 7:20 am
Jae, your drowning in that river of kool aid. You need an intellectual life preserver.
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