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Barack Obama Is Gonna Continue His Failure After Office?
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Posted 12/6/16 , edited 12/7/16
Sigh. I think his presidency was disastrous, even worse than Bush's before him (which is saying a lot), but he is staying in the city so he doesn't have to uproot his kid again to move to another city while she is in high school. Get over it. This is just being a good father and putting the concern for his child above other desires/concerns. Even if he stayed in DC and it wasn't for his daughter, who cares? He isn't holding political office. He could make his opinions known from anywhere else in the country. He has a right to live where he wants to live.
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We seriously need a place just for politics
It's annoying
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^ No one is forcing you to wade into the water. If you don't like the topic, don't comment.

Obama reminds me of the old man on the block, yelling at the kids to stay off his lawn. The old man's days are numbered and he knows it. If the kids can't play on the lawn today, they'll do so tomorrow...next week or even next year. Obama will probably follow the same rote that many past presidents do, one in which he travels around the US to give speeches on various college campuses.
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Just watch anime people, quit sticking yourselves up the butt with politics.
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I finally found it! I thought he had said it during his address to the UN. I was mistaken. He made that pledge to reporters just before he left to go to another country to talk the leaders or something.

Here's the link to his address, if you want to watch it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5e8Gmw7xxk

From 9:10 until 13:42, he criticizes Trump's policies.

From 37:40 until 38:22, he justifies ceding some of U.S. sovereignty to the U.N. as it helps to promote the Liberals' globalist goals.


Here are a few news articles that reported Obama's promises to act as, what I'm calling "shadow president," that threaten to set a dangerous precedent for our country. His term is over. He needs to step aside and disappear, like every president before him has done. He can't be back seat president. That's gonna continue to cause divisions in our country.


Breaking Tradition, President Obama Vows To Fight Trump And His Divisive Policies


https://www.truthexaminer.com/2016/11/breaking-president-obama-vows-to-fight-and-take-on-trump-and-will-become-his-worst-nightmare/


This includes President Barack Obama who, even though he is leaving office soon, will not be like previous presidents and retire quietly. He intendeds to lead the charge against Trump by using his substantial popularity and credibility to build a coalition of legislators and voters.

The gathering of Obama’s coalition has been cheekily named “Obama Anonymous.” The goal of the coalition will be to stop Trump and to help protect all of the good work Obama has accomplished during his presidency.




Fight looms between 'fired up' Obama and Trump over regulatory rollback


http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/11/15/fight-looms-between-fired-up-obama-and-trump-over-reg-roll-back.html


The outgoing president did not specify what his post-presidency role will be, but hinted he’d be involved and said he’d be “working shoulder to shoulder” with Democrats for “many years.”

Obama said he’d be in a position to make the case for why policies like ObamaCare should be preserved and said, “I’m still fired up,” referencing his 2008 campaign catch phrase.

In an earlier White House press conference before he left the country for his final overseas trip as president, Obama specifically addressed Republican plans to upend ObamaCare.




Obama vows to fight Trump to keep regulations in place


http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/obama-predicts-wake-up-call-for-trump/


(FOX NEWS) A “fired up” President Obama vowed Monday that Donald Trump will find it’s not so “easy” to roll back his myriad regulatory policies, previewing a long fight ahead between his allies and majority Republicans taking control next year.

President-elect Trump has vowed to repeal and replace ObamaCare, while canceling “every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum and order issued by President Obama.”
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Savagely69 wrote:


Progrockdude wrote:

Were you on an InfoWars binge, lately? XD


This exactly lmao


Yeah, I mean, I get the gist of his concerns, but dear God that shit he said makes him look more ideological than he thinks. XD
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Posted 12/7/16 , edited 12/8/16
Obama is still better than Trump by eons lmao you idiots have no ground here
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I'm sure Obama will continue to be an annoying and destructive force in America for a long time to come.
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I'm not sure if some of you guys have noticed, but Trump's cabinet picks aren't exactly encouraging
Posted 12/7/16 , edited 12/8/16

ilikecake777 wrote:

I'm not sure if some of you guys have noticed, but Trump's cabinet picks aren't exactly encouraging

To you.
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Considering Trump has the Military and the Police backing him... Obama can't do shit. If he tries to stop the president from taking power the Military and Police will put a stop to it very quickly. Obama has pretty much made an enemy of the US police force and the military doesn't like him.

What Obama CAN do is pardon millions of illegals.
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Xxanthar wrote:


ilikecake777 wrote:

I'm not sure if some of you guys have noticed, but Trump's cabinet picks aren't exactly encouraging

To you.


What I want to know is why Trump piked Scott Pruitt, a climate change denier, to lead the EPA
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Posted 12/7/16 , edited 12/8/16

ilikecake777 wrote:


Xxanthar wrote:


ilikecake777 wrote:

I'm not sure if some of you guys have noticed, but Trump's cabinet picks aren't exactly encouraging

To you.


What I want to know is why Trump piked Scott Pruitt, a climate change denier, to lead the EPA


Because if you don't support climate change legislation your a climate change denier. Can you say thought police?

I'm interested how he is going to stop REAL pollution not that red herring climate change.
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Posted 12/7/16 , edited 12/8/16

Rujikin wrote:


ilikecake777 wrote:


Xxanthar wrote:


ilikecake777 wrote:

I'm not sure if some of you guys have noticed, but Trump's cabinet picks aren't exactly encouraging

To you.


What I want to know is why Trump piked Scott Pruitt, a climate change denier, to lead the EPA


Because if you don't support climate change legislation your a climate change denier. Can you say thought police?

I'm interested how he is going to stop REAL pollution not that red herring climate change.


what is "real pollution". not trying to be a jerk i want to know what you mean
Posted 12/7/16 , edited 12/8/16

ilikecake777 wrote:


Xxanthar wrote:


ilikecake777 wrote:

I'm not sure if some of you guys have noticed, but Trump's cabinet picks aren't exactly encouraging

To you.


What I want to know is why Trump piked Scott Pruitt, a climate change denier, to lead the EPA


Because man-made climate change is bullshit?
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Posted 12/7/16 , edited 12/8/16
President gets paid the same in office or not. Obama might become head of UN might be Trumps worst nightmare
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