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Liberal AssKicker Said,
February 25th, 2011 @2:27 pm  

Every time I see a person proclaim that they are “educated” liberals I laugh at them.

Liberals are the dumbest people and the biggest suckers. This is just a short list of things liberals have been convinced of without a shred of reasoning or evidence:

1–Paying higher taxes is good
2–Tax cuts are bad
3–Be afraid of capitalism
4–Democrats are for the little people
5–Big Oil is evil
6–48,000 people die every year from lack of insurance
7–All tea baggers are racists
8–Bush lied (but Clinton didn’t, despite saying the same things first)
9–Bush destroyed the economy (but the housing welfare program had nothing to do with it)
10–Bush was evil for kissing a Saudi prince, but Obama was right to bow
11–Bush was evil to invade a sovereign nation, but Obama can continue the war in Iraq and it’s okay, despite the fact that we’re still occupying a sovereign nation

Liberals are people who will believe any lie you tell them and reject any moral value with suspicion.

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Jorge Washington Said,
February 25th, 2011 @2:37 pm  

Isn’t he a harvard lawyer?

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TheKitten Said,
February 25th, 2011 @3:25 pm  

I don’t know.

I think it’s still a better resume than: Actor.

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Flags of Our Fathers Said,
February 25th, 2011 @4:01 pm  

You bet!!!!!

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Felonious Monkey Said,
February 25th, 2011 @4:39 pm  

Read it and weep (that means cry):

http://finder.geocommons.com/overlays/6806

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zh z Said,
February 25th, 2011 @5:17 pm  

well put

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4th Generation Nordic Said,
February 25th, 2011 @5:45 pm  

Careful…..the hyper sensitive emotionally charged progressives are floating around. You may get reported by your question because they get their widdle fweewings hoit.

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Respect my authoritah!!! Said,
February 25th, 2011 @6:24 pm  

It sure did.

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Alex Said,
February 25th, 2011 @6:37 pm  

Don’t get me wrong, there’s some brilliant liberals out there, but most of them are middle class or poor. Most cons’ are more successful then your average libs. For some reason libs use this as a argument saying how selfish we are, but really it just shows how successful we are.

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Rob Said,
February 25th, 2011 @7:23 pm  

He was elected president of the Harvard Law Review. That’s nothing to sneeze at.

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Klaatu Barada Nikto Said,
February 25th, 2011 @7:35 pm  

No — I get a good laugh at you Cons who keep slamming Obama’s experience level, YET he still defeated a Senior Senator from AZ!!! Now that’s pretty funny!!!

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Freedom > Govt Said,
February 25th, 2011 @8:10 pm  

That myth has been shattered for a while now. Liberals don’t possess any intellect. Their ideology consists of spending money on government expansion until it collapses on itself.

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Fabulous Fab Said,
February 25th, 2011 @8:22 pm  

Those with post-graduate degrees are more likely to be Democrat while those with only bachelor’s degrees are more likely to be Republican. I don’t think it’s too difficult to get a 4 year degree.

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Lawyer X Said,
February 25th, 2011 @9:02 pm  

The voters decided he was better qualified than the opposition. Get over it. Your side lost.

In 2012, he’ll have 4 years experience as President. I assume you will then concede he’s more qualified than whoever the Republicans nominate, who will have 0 experience as President.

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Warren T Said,
February 25th, 2011 @9:47 pm  

Barack Obama is very smart but like all Liberals, he has some kind of brain damage that prevents him from understanding the real world instead he lives in a make believe world that does not exist which is why most of their ideas turn out to be disasters

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Zogtastic Said,
February 25th, 2011 @10:22 pm  

I’m a liberal and a PhD candidate in mechanical engineering.

I voted for Obama.

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Two-Tones Said,
February 25th, 2011 @10:51 pm  

It has quite easily disproven the intelligence of all those who voted for him. As was expected, President Obama was elected not for intelligence or leadership skills or any positive contribution or dedication to America, but most dominantly was voted for and against by racists; either those who hate blacks, or those who just wanted “change” (YES! BOTH ARE RACIST! Racism isn’t just hating someone for their race, it’s also giving someone something extra because of their race). It summary, yes, this election shattered, stomped, gathered together and reduced to a liquefied pulp, atomized, and launched into oblivion, any and ALL mythical “evidence” of liberals having “higher” (or any) real intelligence.

(P.S.: Watch all the liberals give “thumbs-downs” to the truth-spreading demons that are we.)

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?Rob? Said,
February 25th, 2011 @11:15 pm  

btw…

W.

graduated from BOTH Harvard AND Yale…

and was the only President with a MBA…

naturally the lawyers were disgruntled…

Comrade Barry on the other hand is sure an academic…

here’s some insight on his Harvard Law Review performance…Obama did not make the Harvard Law Review (HLR) the old fashioned way, the way HLR’s first black editor, Charles Houston, did 70 years prior.

To Obama’s good fortune, the HLR had replaced a meritocracy in which editors were elected based on grades– the president being the student with the highest academic rank–with one in which half the editors were chosen through a writing competition.

This competition, the New York Times reported in 1990, was “meant to help insure that minority students became editors of The Law Review.”

It did just that. At the end of his first year, Obama was named along with 40 or so of his classmates an editor of the HLR.

Unlike most editors, and likely all its presidents, Obama was not a writer. During his tenure at Harvard, he wrote only one heavily edited, unsigned note.

In this note for the third volume of the 1990 HLR, he argued against any limits on abortion, citing the government’s interest in “preventing increasing numbers of children from being born in to lives of pain and despair.”

Obama’s timing, however, was better than his writing. In the same spring 1990 term that he would stand for the presidency of the HLR, the Harvard Law School found itself embroiled in an explosive racial brouhaha.

Black firebrand law professor Derrick Bell was demanding that the Harvard Law School appoint a black woman to the law faculty.

This protest would culminate in vigils and protests by the racially sensitive student body, in the course of which Obama would compare the increasingly absurd Bell to Rosa Parks.

Feeling the pressure, HLR editors wanted to elect their first African American president. Obama had an advantage. Spared the legacy of slavery and segregation, and having grown up in a white household, he lacked the hard edge of many of his black colleagues.

“Obama cast himself as an eager listener,” the New York Times reported, “sometimes giving warring classmates the impression that he agreed with all of them at once.”

In February 1990, after an ideologically charged all day affair, Obama’s fellow editors elected him president from among 19 candidates. As it happened, Obama prevailed only after the HLR’s small conservative faction threw him its support.

Curiously, once elected, Obama contributed not one signed word to the HLR or any other law journal. As Matthew Franck has pointed out in National Review Online, “A search of the HeinOnline database of law journals turns up exactly nothing credited to Obama in any law review anywhere at any time.”

One more thing: the 1990 Times article about Obama’s election notes that the president of the HLR usually goes on to serve as a clerk for a Supreme Court justice.

Not the Mansourian Candidate. Here, oddly, his ambition deserted him. He told the Times that he planned “to spend two or three years in private law practice and then return to Chicago to re-enter community work, either in politics or in local organizing.”

In this unlikely surrender to Chicago politics, the realist sees insecurity at best and, at worst, the quid for al-Mansour’s quo.

yeah THAT’S sure an ACCOMPLISHMENT…

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Paul Grass™ Said,
February 26th, 2011 @12:15 am  

Yes sir as did several of his predecessors, like W. and Clinton.in my opinion, heck go back to Wilson, he was a professor and not a very smart man.

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