Comment on Entry: A safe prediction, authored by Stefan Sharkansky
1. And if he can't be paid to be a dog catcher, he'll be forced to capture and eat them in his spare time.

Posted by Gary at April 25, 2012 07:05 AM
2. I predict (if he loses in November) the leftist media will turn on him and begin to leak the information they swore to keep secret during his time in office, including:

1. his real birth certificate from British East Africa.
2. college transcripts that revealing he has no degree from Columbia University.
3. visa from when he registered at Occidental College as a foreign (Indonesian or British) student.
4. missing Aug 1961 flight archives revealing his mother's return to the US from Kenya with her bundle of joy.
5. the nation that issued the visa for him to travel to Pakistan in (I believe) 1981.
6. who "sponsored" and funded his education and lifestyle after he returned to the US from Indonesia.
7. a ton of information regarding his associations with enemies of America.
8. Michelle's writings revealing her to be a white-hating racist.

And oh, so much more.

Posted by Saltherring at April 25, 2012 07:07 AM
3. I think, if he loses (which I doubt he will) the position waiting for him will be head of United Nations. A perfect position for him, if you think about it; an empty orator heading up a non-event. :)

Posted by Duffman at April 25, 2012 08:31 AM
4. Duffman, you may be right about the UN thing, but as for the election, I think he is in serious trouble. I believe Romney can turn just a few of those states that McCain lost in 08, and that's all you need.

Posted by Gary at April 25, 2012 08:36 AM
5. He never would have been elected dog catcher if not for opportunistically seeking his house seat through a lost incumbent with the media running special cover for him all the way to the White House.

The #1 problem in this country is the lying media.

Posted by Jeff B. at April 25, 2012 08:36 AM
6. Yeah, as bad as Bush was, at least he had the balls to release his college transcripts. Obama is a true coward.

Posted by Jeff B. at April 25, 2012 08:37 AM
7. Obama in Rolling Stone: "I suspect that over the next six months, this is going to be a debate that will become part of the campaign, and I will be very clear in voicing my belief that we're going to have to take further steps to deal with climate change in a serious way."

Oh... I beg him to do this. That's exactly what Americans want to hear right now, more Global Warming nonsense.

Posted by Gary at April 25, 2012 09:44 AM
8. I would welcome more climate change rubbish from Obama right now.

For starters, polls show it is near the bottom o the list for American's priorities. And two, here is a new, most likely Nobel Prize winning paper showing that Supernovae are the primary driver of climate, and not mankind.

Posted by Jeff B. at April 25, 2012 10:08 AM
9. He's getting his ass handed to him in the Supreme Court again today.

Posted by Gary at April 25, 2012 10:13 AM
10. Sadly, I think WHEN he loses in November we will see civil unrest and race riots that will make the WTO riots look like a tea part. The professional race pimps, team Van Jones, the New Black Panthers and the lefty sycophants are already planting the seeds.

The starter sees is Trayvon Martin. Now they've found a little girl from a year ago. You WILL see more ugly racial noise between now and November - and it will be the fertilizer for the chaos when Obama loses.

Hence, the ONLY growing economic sector is in GUN and BULLET SALES.

Posted by RagnarDanneskold at April 25, 2012 10:15 AM
11. Instaed of dogcatcher, perhaps the conservative political faction of the Supreme Court could take some refresher courses in constitutional law.

Their current method of mental time travel into the founding fathers' intentions is, some say, intellectually suspect.

Posted by dorky dorkman at April 25, 2012 11:48 AM
12. I'm stunned that right now he's trying to run on something as whimpy as the Buffet Rule---a thoroughly meaningless attempt to divert from his trillion-dollar+ deficits and failed attempts to pretend that throwing away millions on his campaign donors masquerading as failing energy companies was a good idea.

Posted by Monterey at April 25, 2012 11:50 AM
13. Perhaps some of the deficit we have at this point in time is due to the 11 trillion dollars TEAM BUSH put on the national credit card (off budget)to fund the illegal war in Iraq that has enriched 'private contractors' at your expense.

Posted by dorky dorkman at April 25, 2012 11:55 AM
14. Ragnar: I think you have it backwards. If Obama is reelected, he has numerous radical groups (rent-a-rioters) at his disposition. Race riots will be employed to justify a declaration of martial law and allow him to invoke other emergency powers he has established via Executive Orders. His planed tyranny will be facilitated supported by the federal police forces, including SWAT teams, that already exist in nearly every federal agency.

If all goes well for him, he will nationalize large segments of energy production and financial institutions. This will allow him finish the destruction of our market based economic system. Our nation will be bankrupted and default upon our financial obligations. We will be Greece II.

Of course a civil war could result and Obama may loose it. Or, our military could revolt and purge Obama. Either way we would become an instant ex-super power and more than likely never recover our former status.

Conversely, if George Zimmerman is acquitted, localized rioting could occur. However, the trial may not occur until after the elections. This situation is volatile, but manageable.

Our best solution is to defeat Obama next November. I do not believe that he is strong enough gain control over our government during the three months lame duck period that follows. However, desperation may induce his minders and him to try. In case he does, I, like many others, have a few guns and lots of ammunition for self-protection.

Posted by Paddy at April 25, 2012 12:15 PM
15. Hey Dorky, what conservative justice said this today to Obama's lawyer about immigration law: 'You can see it's not selling very well'...

Posted by Gary at April 25, 2012 12:56 PM
16. dork: ...some refresher courses in constitutional law
Now, that's funny. Did you hear the pro-regime 'arguments' for Obamacare that were emitted from the ditzy-trio (Ginsburg, Soto and Kagan)? It would appear that the cheerleader squad have never read the Constitution.

...founding fathers' intentions...
What's written is not negotiable.

...deficit...illegal war...
The rantings of someone wearing one of these.

On-topic - One is disgusted with the prospect that upon retirement, MaObama will be pulling 6-figures per speech. Yeah, one of us.

Posted by anti-dork at April 25, 2012 01:39 PM
17. re 15: 'You can see it's not selling very well'...

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2009/05/26/limbaugh-slams-sotomayor-reverse-racist/

""She's not the brain that they're portraying her to be. She's not a constitutional jurist," Limbaugh also said, referencing a New Republic article last month in which Jeffrey Rosen, the magazines legal affairs editor, wrote that "her opinions, although competent, are viewed by former prosecutors as not especially clean or tight, and sometimes miss the forest for the trees."

"She is an affirmative action case extraordinaire, and she has put down white men in favor of Latina women," Limbaugh said."
____________________________________________

"What are you talking about, Willis??"

Posted by dorky dorkman at April 25, 2012 01:43 PM
18. To not reelect someone who reads Andrew Sullivan regularly and considers Paul Krugman a brilliant economist would be... Americans engaging their brains while voting. There will have to be at least anti-Dork to counter the potential vote of heir Dorkman to carry out this vital mission. It's time to lift up the curtain and show the corrupt stench and sleeze behind the Obama campaign. Is it true that heir Dorkman is going to be one of his christened community organizers that Michelle O. spoke of earlier this week ?

He won't need to run for dog catcher, he'll be doing speaking engagements and making big bucks for One world order groups, Occupy groups and how to be community organizer by using Alinsky rules or he could always take over and be the new president for Mugabe in Zimbabwe. Sorry for the people in Zimbabwe if that happens though...

Posted by KDS at April 25, 2012 02:02 PM
19. ...his political prospects would be so dimmed that he'll never be able to get elected dog catcher.

In all fairness to President Teleprompter, how can we expect him to eat dog if he can't catch one?


Posted by Rick D. at April 25, 2012 02:23 PM
20. I agree with Rick. Obama may actually be quite good at catching dogs.

Posted by Monterey at April 25, 2012 02:31 PM
21. I don't care what he's going to do if he loses the election. I'm more concerned about him eeking out a win in November and then not having to worry about running again.

The man would have no restraints and go uber-left and decimate this country. That, my friends, would be one wild four years.

Posted by Smoley at April 25, 2012 02:32 PM
22. Good golly, Duffman is back. Where ya been? I hope you're wrong about Obama winning. I just can't envision any more years of him and the missus.

Posted by katomar at April 25, 2012 03:30 PM
23. re 16 "...founding fathers' intentions...
What's written is not negotiable"

Amending the constitution is, well, written into the constitution. Your comment about 'What's written is not negotiable', in the light of reality, can clearly be seen as the authoritarian rubbish that it is.

Posted by dorky dorkman at April 25, 2012 05:28 PM
24. Duffman is underestimating the intelligence of the American voter. If the Mainstream media were infiltrated by honest objective reporters, BO would lose and it would not even be close.

It will take vigorous, tough and bare-knuckles campaign to defeat Obama - debunking his lies with the facts and the truth; it will be worth every $ and if the millenials were smart enough to look beyond next year, they would see how much Obama would damage their future if he got a 2nd term. The worst in humanity would also ooze out into our lives - we would become Greece/Spain and parts of this country may even resemble Somalia and the Occu-poopers would have free reign. Don't be a brain dead dork, vote Romney/Christie in 2012 !

Posted by KDS at April 25, 2012 05:39 PM
25. Duffman is underestimating the intelligence of the American voter. If the Mainstream media were infiltrated by honest objective reporters, BO would lose and it would not even be close.

It will take vigorous, tough and bare-knuckles campaign to defeat Obama - debunking his lies with the facts and the truth; it will be worth every $ and if the millenials were smart enough to look beyond next year, they would see how much Obama would damage their future if he got a 2nd term. The worst in humanity would also ooze out into our lives - we would become Greece/Spain and parts of this country may even resemble Somalia and the Occu-poopers would have free reign. Don't be a brain dead dork, vote Romney/Christie in 2012 !

Posted by KDS at April 25, 2012 05:39 PM
26. Your comment about 'What's written is not negotiable', in the light of reality, can clearly be seen as the authoritarian rubbish that it is.

Posted by dorky dorkman at April 25, 2012 05:28 PM

The Constituion is not a living document, you totalitarian jacka$$. With that comment, you clearly exposed yourself as a pinko-communist brain dead useful idiot. Authoritarian rubbish ? you are the pot calling the kettle black...

Posted by KDS at April 25, 2012 05:46 PM
27. spell-check correction - Constitution

Posted by KDS at April 25, 2012 05:47 PM
28. #22 Howdy...yep, been away out of area for a while, I too hope I'm wrong but as I've said countless times it's all about money and they (the Dems) have plenty of it, and with Soros as master puppeteer the puppet will do and govern as so guided. :)

Posted by Duffman at April 25, 2012 06:44 PM
29. The best thing I can imagine, is if Romney takes Rubio as VP. It is the absolutely best choice I could imagine.

He was born out of this country, and it will be amazing to watch the LIBS go wild on the eligability issue....

Duh...We'll get the possie set

Posted by gs at April 25, 2012 09:34 PM
30. Duffman, as for money, Romney will start getting more now that we have consolidated. And there is no amount of money that can change Obama's record. And he's not an unknown quantity any longer. And Romney isn't going to be as slow to react to campaign incidents as McCain was. We've seen evidence of this in just the past couple of weeks. say what you will about his politics, but he's running an good campaign so far.

Posted by Gary at April 25, 2012 09:37 PM
31. Gary...the Dem 'machine' hasn't even gotten started yet, we will see Hollywood like top of the line production on Obama and all of his fictional accomplishments. Uninformed voters will buy into it.
Romney is my guy and I will do what I can to promote and support him but I just think our mainstream media will put Obama over the top.
Probably a good thing that the world ends on Dec 21st. :)

Posted by Duffman at April 25, 2012 09:45 PM
32. Duffman you are correct in this, in December the Bush Tax cuts will expire, the Payroll tax cuts will expire, the Debt limit will hit it's limit over 16.5 Trillion, and the whole Damn government is broke!

Posted by gs at April 25, 2012 09:51 PM
33. The substance of conservative thought can be expressed in these 11 phrases: 1-Hillary 2-tax & spend liberals 3-you hate America 4-liberal media 5-Bill Clinton lied about a b*!#-j*! 6-big government 7-personal responsibility 8-socialistic program 9-from my cold dead hands 10-gays are destroying the country 11-Christian hater.
>>>>>>>>>>>;-)

Posted by dorky dorkman at April 25, 2012 10:51 PM
34. By any metric standards, he's been a complete failure (as expected by many of us) due to him not being qualified for the job in the first place. He ran on the meme of changing the "tired old way of politics of Washington D.C" and yet will use those same "old tactics", not his record, to try to convince the American public that he's earned the right to finish out a 2nd term- The lyin' King if there ever was one.

I used to think that Bill Clinton was a meglomaniac, but BO's on a whole other plane of narcissism when it comes to putting his needs above that of the interests of this country.

Posted by Rick D. at April 25, 2012 11:03 PM
35. @33

And the substance of liberal thought can be expressed in only one: none.

Posted by Jeff B. at April 25, 2012 11:31 PM
36. #31 "Probably a good thing that the world ends on Dec 21st. :)"

Ha! I read someone say that since Dick Clark won't be ringing in 2012 that it means that the Mayans were right.

Posted by Gary at April 25, 2012 11:36 PM
37. "Mr. President, do you save your leftover dog meat?"

"Yes. We can."

Posted by Poppa at April 26, 2012 12:26 AM
38. He sure as H isn't eating dog meat on the taxpayer's dime, the King seems to be living the Royal life

Posted by gs at April 26, 2012 01:40 AM
39. All Obama has to do to reassure his election is to do is have his EPA crucify American business'.

Posted by Gary at April 26, 2012 08:20 AM
40. Your kiddimng me. If giving guns to the Mexicans gangs wasn't bad enough. Now we learn they gave them (Grenades) too.

CBS news. (Documents show ATF secretly intercepted the grenade bodies Kingery had ordered, marked them, and delivered them to him on Jan. 26, 2010. Their plan was to follow Kingery to his weapons factory in Mexico, with help from Mexican authorities Immigration and Customs (ICE).

Posted by Medic/vet at April 26, 2012 09:12 AM
41. Oh, I almost forgot. According to his wife, he has delivered us from the darkness into the light. How can we vote against Jesus?

Posted by Gary at April 26, 2012 11:10 AM
42. Stefan, I must have missed the part where ANY former President gets elected to anything ever again. Is a former Bush looking to become a governor? Is Bill Clinton running for state senator?

If anything, yet another loss for Romney will make him the national version of Dino Rossi (or, for conservatives, Darcy Burner). Hope he enjoys forced retirement...

Posted by demo kid at April 26, 2012 11:37 AM
43. Hey demo kid, do you agree with the president about crucifying (real) energy producers?

Posted by Gary at April 26, 2012 11:58 AM
44. I could never have imagined this Hopey Changey Dopey administration imploding as spectacularly as it has the past few weeks.

I could link HUNDREDS of stories documenting all the ways they've made fools of themselves in their ineptness, humiliation and total failure.

I HOPE it continues.

Posted by RagnarDanneskold at April 26, 2012 12:06 PM
45. You guys are ridiculous. Your goofy rants just look like insanity to the independents (who will determine the outcome of the election).

Foaming at the mouth won't win votes.

Posted by dorky dorkman at April 26, 2012 12:13 PM
46. a real dork @23: Amending the constitution is, well, written into the constitution. Your comment about 'What's written is not negotiable', in the light of reality, can clearly be seen as the authoritarian rubbish that it is.

Are you really such a blithering idiot? The 'written' Constitution includes duly passed amendments.

Good thing that it is as authoritarian as it is, requiring as many hoops to amend as it does, to stave off the kind of anarchist modifications that you and your favorite wacko judicial activists would like to see in it.

Thank God that this beloved document is a survivable barrier between MaObama and tyranny.

Posted by anti-dork at April 26, 2012 12:14 PM
47. "Foaming at the mouth won't win votes"

Somebody forgot to tell Democrats that.

Posted by Monterey at April 26, 2012 12:23 PM
48. Michelle Obama: "But you know one fantasy I have, and the Secret Service they keep looking at me because they think I might actually do it, is to walk right out the front door and just keep walking."

We can help you that.

Posted by Gary at April 26, 2012 12:56 PM
49. Anti-dork@46 writes, "Good thing that it is as authoritarian as it is, requiring as many hoops to amend as it does, to stave off the kind of anarchist modifications that you and your favorite wacko judicial activists would like to see in it."

Well, 9 of the 13 amendments introduced in Congress this century (according to wikipedia) were introduced by Republicans. Of course, I'm sure you consider those 9 to be the Will of God while only the other 4 are anarchist modifications by wacko judicial activists....

Posted by Bruce at April 26, 2012 02:19 PM
50. When John Boehner appears before the national media weeping and obviously inebriated and blathering nonsense, how do you think that the all important independent voter responds to this.

They think: "Is this the best guy they have to be majority leader?"

Posted by dorky dorkman at April 26, 2012 03:27 PM
51. Good one Dorky. I surrender to your superior astuteness.

Posted by Gary at April 26, 2012 04:00 PM
52. @51 - ROFLOL !!

@ 50 - The independents know that you and your ilk are crazy wacko anarchists and are running away from Democrats. Put down the crack pipe !

Posted by KDS at April 26, 2012 06:04 PM
53. When John Boehner appears before the national media weeping and obviously inebriated and blathering nonsense,

Typical response of lefties losing: when you can't defend, distract and attack.

The problem you lefties have is that America has serious problems and your slight of hand games are known quantities to be ignored in light of larger worries. What worked last time won't work this time. There's a record and people are living the real and very ugly, destructive consequences of it.

Keep up your nonsense games, please.

Posted by RagnarDanneskold at April 26, 2012 06:04 PM
54. Victory! "Under heavy pressure from farm groups, the Obama administration said Thursday it would drop an unpopular plan to prevent children from doing hazardous work on farms owned by anyone other than their parents."

For now anyway.

Posted by Gary at April 26, 2012 06:10 PM
55. AND Gary, someone huffed and puffed that we are not to worry because Obama's Hollywood's sycophants would come through with an glowing film homage to the O'Messiah just in time for the election.

OOPS!

REPORT: SEC investigates major Obama donor's film studio...

AND that's on top of the Obama gets Osama film delay.

Posted by RagnarDanneskold at April 26, 2012 06:18 PM
56. Let's hope it is "when" and not "if"...

Posted by Harry at April 27, 2012 06:14 AM
57. "Stefan, I must have missed the part where ANY former President gets elected to anything ever again."

John Quincy Adams was elected to the House of Representatives following his Presidency and Andrew Johnson was elected to the Senate following his Presidency.

I hear they used to teach this stuff in school...

Posted by WillH at April 27, 2012 09:31 AM
58. Dork the liar said:

Perhaps some of the deficit we have at this point in time is due to the 11 trillion dollars TEAM BUSH put on the national credit card (off budget)to fund the illegal war in Iraq that has enriched 'private contractors' at your expense.

The national debt, on January 21st, 2009, stood at $10.6 trillion. That's the debt for every single administration from George Washington's first inauguration right throught President Obama's swearing-in. That's all on "Team Bush"?

President Obama, in just under 4 years, has already added 50% to that level. And his own budget (that Congress rightly trounced with nary a single vote for it) would more than DOUBLE our total national debt within a hopefully-not-to-happen second Obama term.

Yes - in just 7 years, President Obama's plan would more than double the national debt. What took 233 years to accumulate - he'd do in 7. Is that what "hope and change" is all about?

Posted by Shanghai Dan at April 27, 2012 04:28 PM
59. Heir Dorkman doesn't let facts get in the way, he is just being hmself - a caricature. He still has a bad case of Bush Derangement syndrome - get over it !

Posted by KDS at April 27, 2012 09:42 PM
60. @43: Hey demo kid, do you agree with the president about crucifying (real) energy producers?

Irrelevant. Stefan made a nonsensical point here, and the stream of garbage that came after that is just more proof that Obama Derangement Syndrome is in full swing.

Of course, I'm expecting that as the campaign season goes on, this conservative group insanity / Obama Derangement Syndrome is just going to get worse and worse, and the nonsensical statements will continue to roll out...

The funniest part, though? Romney is hardly a standard-bearer for conservative Republicans. I think that the guy is as dull as oatmeal, and I'm incredibly surprised that he has a political career after some pretty major losses. (Note that he pretty much ended the 15-year period of Republican control of the governorship, and decided to retire after a single term rather than lose again.)

Despite that though, he'd likely be a bland, robotic, centrist president, providing little inspiration or vision to the country, and doing little to improve it. He wouldn't likely use his powers to turn the country into a Christian Iran like Santorum would want, and while he might toss a few bits of red meat to conservatives, he's not likely to do much to further the right-wing cause.

Posted by demo kid at April 28, 2012 01:36 PM
61. I think that the guy is as dull as oatmeal

Yep as opposed to the incompetent arrogant, divisive, flamboyant currently ruining the country boring and COMPETENT is exactly what we we want and NEED. A guy who will sit down SHUT the hell up and get this country going again instead of running to a teleprompter and comedy show every time his polls slip.

Good riddance to noisy incompetence.

Posted by RagnarDanneskold at April 28, 2012 03:42 PM
62. How did that woman put it?

I am exhausted of defending you

The rest of us are just plain exhausted of all the ways he's killed our freedoms, taken our money, lied to us and destroyed our standing with our allies.

Posted by RagnarDanneskold at April 28, 2012 03:50 PM
63. If he were elected dog catcher after 2012, certain species of dog would be subject to BBQ'ing - good eats for when he grew up in Indonesia. LOL...

Posted by KDS at April 29, 2012 04:00 PM
64. Wow, such naked, bigoted hatred of our duly elected president. Slatherring seems to sum up the racist, wackadoodle, tinfoil hat arguments best. You guys seem to live in an alternate reality..one where corporate profits and the markets aren't at an all time high..where Obama didn't inherit a 10.6 trillion debt, a 1.7 trillion deficit, two wars, and a crumbling world economy. Most of us are far better off than we were on Jan 20th, 2009..and we, the independent voters know who helped fix things, and who tried to stop, obstruct, and deny the president at every turn, in every venue. You guys look at poll numbers recently? For congress?

Posted by Proteus at May 1, 2012 12:30 PM
65. @64 - Nice try with the fake outrage. Bush has been out of office for 3.5 years and Obama has only made it worse. Dan Savage will help your cause with his hate speech and religious bigotry.

"You guys look at poll numbers recently? For congress?"
Posted by Proteus at May 1, 2012 12:30 PM

As of today the poll numbers look like a dead heat from Gallup and Rasmussen for POTUS and the GOP has advantages for Congress - Check Real Clear Politics.. .next !

Posted by KDS at May 1, 2012 09:00 PM
66. Presidency is decided by the electoral map..per Real Clear politics, its not looking good for Romney. Once the President gets to clarify his record, and debate Romney on the issues, I predict the spread will get even wider. Only unlimited funding from corporate American and the Koch brothers can save this election for the GOP..unfortunately, we've opened the door to just that.

Posted by Proteus at May 2, 2012 04:07 PM
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