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  • Obama's Totalitarian 'Payback'

    11/03/2012 3:47:51 PM PDT · by morethanright · 24 replies
    Tea Party Tribune ^ | 2012-11-03 15:32:35 | mrcurmudgeon
    By Mr. Curmudgeon:The freakishly weasel-like Valerie Jarrett warned Americans not voting for President Obama , "After we win this election, it's our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don't forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded; the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay. Congress won't be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go."This is what President Obama meant when he...
  • Obama’s Vision for America: Fear and Revenge

    11/03/2012 4:33:04 PM PDT · by ezfindit · 18 replies
    OrthodoxNet ^ | 11/3/2012 | OrthodoxNet
    In the final days of this presidential election Barack Hussein Obama is confirming that his vision of America is based mostly on Fear and Revenge! When his Democrat supporters booed the mention of Mitt Romney and the Republican party, Obama encouraged his supporters to: “No, no, no. Don’t boo. Vote,” Obama told a crowd in Springfield, Ohio. “Voting is the best revenge.”
  • Obama's 'revenge' comment reverberates on campaign trail

    11/03/2012 3:25:40 PM PDT · by randita · 37 replies
    The Hill ^ | 11/3/12 | Cameron Joseph and Jeremy Herb
    GOP nominee Mitt Romney began his final weekend campaign blitz in New Hampshire Saturday morning, ripping President Obama for telling supporters that "voting is the best revenge." "Vote for revenge? Let me tell you: Vote for love of country," Romney said to cheers.  Obama made the remark at a Friday rally after supporters booed Romney. “No, no, no. Don't boo. Vote,” Obama told a crowd in Springfield, Ohio. “Voting is the best revenge.” The GOP nominee jumped on the comment later that day, and his campaign released an ad attacking the president for it Saturday morning. The Obama campaign said Saturday that the president's comment was...
  • Campaign meltdown: Creepy Jim Messina slams Romney for message of ‘revenge’ (Panic Mode)

    11/03/2012 12:52:13 PM PDT · by nhwingut · 42 replies
    Twitchy ^ | 11/03/12 | Twitchy Staff
    @Messina2012: The Romney campaign's message today is revenge, ours is the President's plan for the middle class. I'll take that contrast any day.
  • President Urges Supporters to “Take Revenge” against Romney

    11/03/2012 2:09:27 PM PDT · by John Semmens · 32 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 3 Nov 2012 | John Semmens
    In a campaign stop in Ohio President Obama urged supporters to “take revenge” against Romney next Tuesday. Asked what might be the justification for vengeance Obama campaign spokesperson Stephanie Cutter explained that “Romney has caused a lot of people a lot of pain in this election campaign. Voters should have no doubt that he plans to undo much of the progress the Obama Administration has achieved over the last four years.” “His whole ‘get people back to work’ promise would re-enslave the millions President Obama’s policies have liberated from the drudgery of having to go to a job every week,”...
  • Revenge or Love of Country? (Romney Ad!)

    11/03/2012 10:28:47 AM PDT · by IsaacDian · 17 replies
    Sorry if this was already posted, but many people on here agreed Romney's best line last night during his huge Ohio rally was the "Revenge or love of country" voting line. I saw a ton of comments about turning it into an ad.. And they did! Already! Also notice it's 36 seconds, which means its likely for tv!
  • Obama urges voters to take 'revenge' on Election Day, Romney team rips 'terrible' message

    11/02/2012 7:21:33 PM PDT · by markomalley · 57 replies
    Fox News ^ | 11/2/12 | Jake Gibson
    The Romney campaign ripped President Obama after the president suggested Friday that supporters take "revenge" by voting against the Republican nominee. During a speech in Springfield, Ohio, Obama talked about the Clinton administration and its economic plan that "asked the wealthiest Americans to pay a little bit more." Then he mentioned Mitt Romney, drawing boos from the crowd. "No, no, no -- don't boo, vote," Obama said. "Vote. Voting is the best revenge." It was a slight riff on the president's usual interjection when members of the audience start booing. But the Romney camp claimed Obama's remarks draw a clear...
  • Idiots Offer Hope, Change, Blame, Revenge- and Self Government

    11/03/2012 4:51:32 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 12 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | Novemer 3, 2012 | John Ransom
    We’re fortunate in this country. Anyone can be born in a log cabin, or a condo in Hawaii, and grow up to become an idiot. Now before I get hot and bothered emails from people saying things like “I take offense to your language. My son’s an idiot. How do you think this makes me feel?” or this one from “MO”: “I married an idiot. And we struggle every day because his disability,” please understand that I don’t discriminate against idiots. No, not at all; I have voted for plenty of them.       Because we are also a tad unfortunate in...
  • Obama makes a base appeal (Voting is the best revenge!)

    11/02/2012 2:35:24 PM PDT · by servo1969 · 7 replies
    WashingtonPost.com ^ | 11-2-2012 | Jennifer Rubin
    This is the president of the United States making his final case to the American people: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZHMsivjr04 That’s the best he can do? “Voting is the best revenge”? And against whom should voters seek “revenge” — other Americans? A candidate who has the support of about half the electorate? It is mind-boggling, really, that this sort of snide, negative motivation is what President Obama has saved up for his final appeal. But that’s really been the story of his campaign all along. Carpet-bomb Mitt Romney with negative ads during the summer and then make the last week of the campaign...
  • Obama: Voting 'Best Revenge' Against Romney

    11/02/2012 11:57:01 AM PDT · by Nachum · 64 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 11/2/12 | John Nolte
    As is often the case when he goes off-teleprompter, at a campaign stop in Ohio today, Obama revealed a side of himself we haven’t seen since Hurricane Sandy gave him the opportunity to play The American President for a few days. The old Divider-In-Chief returned with a vengeance when in the middle of an attack on Mitt Romney he told a crowd at a campaign rally to stop booing and, " Vote! Voting's the best revenge!" What he obviously meant was that voting is the best revenge against Mitt Romney.
  • New Romney TV Ad: Revenge or Love of Country

    11/03/2012 6:38:49 AM PDT · by kristinn · 58 replies
    MittRomney.com ^ | Saturday, November 3, 2012
    We each have our own reasons for voting. President Obama said voting is the best revenge. Mitt Romney asked supporters to vote for love of country. This Tuesday, what will be your reason for voting?YouTube link to ad.
  • From "Hope and Change" to "Revenge" [Says "Vote! Voting Is The Best Revenge"]

    11/02/2012 2:48:22 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 8 replies
    The Weekly Standard ^ | November 02, 2012 | JOHN MCCORMACK
    From "Hope and Change" to "Revenge" How far Obama has fallen. NOV 2, 2012 • BY JOHN MCCORMACK During a speech in Springfield, Ohio today, the president ad libbed a remark when his supporters started booing Mitt Romney: "No, no, no -- don’t boo, vote," Obama said. That's his standard response to booing at his rallies. But then he added this: "Vote! Voting is the best revenge." Revenge? That's strange rhetoric from any politician, especially one who sold himself to the country as the candiate of hope and change.
  • Obama urges voters to take 'revenge' on Election Day, Romney team rips 'terrible' message

    11/03/2012 6:16:00 AM PDT · by tobyhill · 49 replies
    fox news ^ | 11/2/2012 | by Jake Gibson
    <p>The Romney campaign ripped President Obama after the president suggested Friday that supporters take "revenge" by voting against the Republican nominee.</p> <p>During a speech in Springfield, Ohio, Obama talked about the Clinton administration and its economic plan that "asked the wealthiest Americans to pay a little bit more." Then he mentioned Mitt Romney, drawing boos from the crowd.</p>