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GeoLaureate8
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11/18/2013 7:05:33 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
Obama Covers His Ears To Drown Out The Booing After His Name Is Mentioned At Basketball Game

http://patdollard.com...

The rude college basketball audience had no cordiality or respect. I'm willing to bet all those people at that college voted for Obama twice and are now having buyers remorse. They asked for it, he gave it to them. No man should have to experience that level of shame and hate in front of his family.

Obama is a man who truly believes in his principles and acts accordingly.

Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have been on the forefront of commending Obama for many things. They don't sit in the peanut gallery and boo him.

Paul said during his filibuster that he believed that candidate Obama would be standing right there next to him protesting the illegal use of drones. Paul expressed that he was proud of Obama when he went to Congress for approval on a Syria strike, the first time a President has ever done that.

Cruz has commended the President for being a man who firmly believes in his convictions and has been quite candid about his beliefs. He commends him for expressing concern to the Iran President about the captive pastor during the peace talks. He has commended the President even for standing firm in his belief in Obamacare.

We ought to have a certain level of civility in our political discourse and will even go so far as to correct those in the Tea Party who step out of bounds with uncalled for nastiness (to be fair, the Left is far worse by calling for death and defecation desecration).

Ted Cruz Full of Obama Praise
http://www.politico.com...

We ought to follow the example of civility, respect, and fairness displayed by Ted Cruz.
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11/18/2013 7:26:48 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
We ought to follow the example of civility, respect, and fairness displayed by Ted Cruz.

Ted Cruz is a clown and Obama's just as bad. Booing is the least they deserve.
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11/18/2013 7:32:30 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
Never heard of this story, but I would BOO if I were in that audience.
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11/18/2013 9:12:00 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
Well, Cruz has no balls and Paul is only an economic conservative. You know what, thank God for the saints who booed him off stage. It's time America gets a spine and gives him a good bitchslap.
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11/19/2013 3:20:40 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 11/18/2013 7:05:33 PM, GeoLaureate8 wrote:
Obama Covers His Ears To Drown Out The Booing After His Name Is Mentioned At Basketball Game

http://patdollard.com...

The rude college basketball audience had no cordiality or respect. I'm willing to bet all those people at that college voted for Obama twice and are now having buyers remorse. They asked for it, he gave it to them. No man should have to experience that level of shame and hate in front of his family.

Obama deserves it.
Obama is a man who truly believes in his principles and acts accordingly.

Same could be said for Hitler.
Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have been on the forefront of commending Obama for many things. They don't sit in the peanut gallery and boo him.

There are congressional rules against that. Otherwise congress would behave like Parliament.... Have you seen Parliament?
Paul said during his filibuster that he believed that candidate Obama would be standing right there next to him protesting the illegal use of drones. Paul expressed that he was proud of Obama when he went to Congress for approval on a Syria strike, the first time a President has ever done that.

Of course Obama claimed he did not need congressional approval, and when asked if he would use drones if congress voted against the strike Obama refused to respond.
Cruz has commended the President for being a man who firmly believes in his convictions and has been quite candid about his beliefs. He commends him for expressing concern to the Iran President about the captive pastor during the peace talks. He has commended the President even for standing firm in his belief in Obamacare.

We ought to have a certain level of civility in our political discourse and will even go so far as to correct those in the Tea Party who step out of bounds with uncalled for nastiness (to be fair, the Left is far worse by calling for death and defecation desecration).

Ted Cruz Full of Obama Praise
http://www.politico.com...

We ought to follow the example of civility, respect, and fairness displayed by Ted Cruz.

Obama deserves what he got. The people should have a right to be heard.
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GeoLaureate8
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11/19/2013 9:52:10 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 11/19/2013 3:24:25 AM, DanT wrote:
Also the Story is bogus.
http://www.theblaze.com...

I watched the video, he was booed. Though it's true he probably wasn't cover his ears for that reason as the Blaze rightly pointed out.
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11/19/2013 10:19:56 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 11/19/2013 3:20:40 AM, DanT wrote:
At 11/18/2013 7:05:33 PM, GeoLaureate8 wrote:
Obama Covers His Ears To Drown Out The Booing After His Name Is Mentioned At Basketball Game

http://patdollard.com...

The rude college basketball audience had no cordiality or respect. I'm willing to bet all those people at that college voted for Obama twice and are now having buyers remorse. They asked for it, he gave it to them. No man should have to experience that level of shame and hate in front of his family.

Obama deserves it.
Gonna remember this next time you cry over not being well liked on here.
Obama is a man who truly believes in his principles and acts accordingly.

Same could be said for Hitler.
Redutio Ad Hitlerum
Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have been on the forefront of commending Obama for many things. They don't sit in the peanut gallery and boo him.

There are congressional rules against that. Otherwise congress would behave like Parliament.... Have you seen Parliament?
Paul said during his filibuster that he believed that candidate Obama would be standing right there next to him protesting the illegal use of drones. Paul expressed that he was proud of Obama when he went to Congress for approval on a Syria strike, the first time a President has ever done that.

Of course Obama claimed he did not need congressional approval, and when asked if he would use drones if congress voted against the strike Obama refused to respond.
Has he used them yet? Of course he isn't going to respond. He's already answered that.
Cruz has commended the President for being a man who firmly believes in his convictions and has been quite candid about his beliefs. He commends him for expressing concern to the Iran President about the captive pastor during the peace talks. He has commended the President even for standing firm in his belief in Obamacare.

We ought to have a certain level of civility in our political discourse and will even go so far as to correct those in the Tea Party who step out of bounds with uncalled for nastiness (to be fair, the Left is far worse by calling for death and defecation desecration).

Ted Cruz Full of Obama Praise
http://www.politico.com...

We ought to follow the example of civility, respect, and fairness displayed by Ted Cruz.

Obama deserves what he got. The people should have a right to be heard.

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