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November 22, 2013

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a·bom·i·na·tion
[ ə bòmmi náysh'n ]


1.something horrible: an object of intense disapproval or dislike
2.something shameful: something that is immoral, disgusting, or shameful
3.intense dislike: a feeling of intense dislike or disapproval toward somebody or something

Pick one or two, I believe the second definition is the most accurate for the agreement..

I believe the Obama presidency is full of those moments. Those that only history can adequately judge.....the Iran abomination is the other

Obviously, your judgement is, on its own terms, er, inadequate.

Happy Turkee Daye/Hanukka to all, especially Happy Bellmore, High Pockets (Slartibartfest), and the McGolfing Texan.

May the conversation stagger onward.

I like my abominations eldritch.
All hail Cthulhu! (but be careful not to conjure up Hastert* by accident)

*Dennis that is, not the-one-who-should-not-be-named

I hope everyone has a relaxing enjoyable holiday! For us it's salmon day..

The depth of his desire for a credible legacy is picking up the pace of his folly.

the shamefully obvious desperation of his opponents to saddle him with a legacy of their own invention continues apace.

not one single second has gone by, since he secured the nomination in 2008, that "conservatives" haven't worked tirelessly (though always with embarrassing self-serving bias) to tell the country that their imaginary Obama is the real Obama.

why stop now...?

BP and All Other ObWi Comrades--the very best to all in this and every other season!

"not one single second has gone by, since he secured the nomination in 2008, that "conservatives" haven't worked tirelessly (though always with embarrassing self-serving bias) to tell the country that their imaginary Obama is the real Obama."

And then some of us are more interested in discussing reality, which is neither the Obama conservatives imagine or the Obama progressives blindly pretend he is.

"the Obama progressives blindly pretend he is."

Hoo boy is this vague. Do you mean progressives blindly pretend Obama is their liberal dreamboat? Or blindly pretend he's a centrist sellout? Or what?

And then some of us are more interested in discussing reality

prove it

Marty: "And then some of us are more interested in discussing reality"

Cleek: "prove it"

He's pretty well disproven it.

Perhaps he went on the road to Damascus . . .

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