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Wed Nov 7, 2012, 01:09 AM

It is quite possible that Ann Rmoney is the most pathetic woman I've ever seen.

The stark contrast, revealed last night, between the two women was
so disturbing to me.
Obama; always aware and in contact with Michelle-
versus Mitt, always ego centric and treating his wife and son as "props" if you will.

America is awake.
Finally.

The fakers can't pull their BS on us anymore.
So you hear us KKKarl and KKKochs?

BHN

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Reply It is quite possible that Ann Rmoney is the most pathetic woman I've ever seen. (Original post)
BeHereNow Nov 2012 OP
poverlay Nov 2012 #1
Hercule_Poirot Nov 2012 #22
ready2go83 Nov 2012 #2
Frank Cannon Nov 2012 #3
BeHereNow Nov 2012 #4
sammytko Nov 2012 #5
BeHereNow Nov 2012 #7
sammytko Nov 2012 #18
mojitojoe Nov 2012 #6
BeHereNow Nov 2012 #8
Grammy23 Nov 2012 #9
BeHereNow Nov 2012 #11
RosedaleGuy Nov 2012 #10
BeHereNow Nov 2012 #12
magical thyme Nov 2012 #13
OldHippieChick Nov 2012 #15
Arneoker Nov 2012 #19
OldHippieChick Nov 2012 #20
ProudToBeBlueInRhody Nov 2012 #21
JHB Nov 2012 #14
Beakybird Nov 2012 #16
OmahaBlueDog Nov 2012 #17

Response to BeHereNow (Original post)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 01:35 AM

1. There is no question that Mrs Obama is the finest first lady in the History of this country.

Even stacked against my previous favorite, Eleanor, there is no contest. A more classy, intelligent, tireless, supportive, and powerful woman I've never seen. They are smart and lucky to have each other. We are blessed and lucky to have them.

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Response to poverlay (Reply #1)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 10:37 PM

22. We are blessed and lucky to have them.

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Response to BeHereNow (Original post)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 02:03 AM

2. Yes she is....

Yes she is pathetic and very unlikable. Very snooty. I'm so proud of OUR First Lady!

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Response to BeHereNow (Original post)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 02:09 AM

3. I really don't think she wanted it.

I think the reason she's been so pissy this whole time is that she'd really just rather go home and play with her dancing horse. She would have hated doing all that First Lady stuff, and she knows it.

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Response to Frank Cannon (Reply #3)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:12 PM

4. The body language between them told me everything I needed to know.

Mitt treats his family like he treated his poor dog Seamus.
Props, without feeling, nothing more.
I feel sorry for Ann Rmoney, truly I do.
Can you imagine living with that man?????

BHN

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Response to Frank Cannon (Reply #3)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:14 PM

5. There was another video with MItt telling the audience that Ann forced him to run

I think she really wanted it.

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Response to sammytko (Reply #5)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:17 PM

7. And you believe anything that comes out of his Mormon mouth?

Not me.
She hated being by his side- that was very clear by the way
he treated her in the public eye.
He is a monster and she knew it first hand.
I feel nothing but empathy for her.
BHN

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Response to BeHereNow (Reply #7)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 06:10 PM

18. Maybe she hated him because he wasn't the person she wanted to share the spotlight with?

She wanted to be first lady, but not with him as president

on a cnn special on the mittman, she said that when he left for france on his mission, she played the field. She was supposed to stay true to him - floozy!

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Response to BeHereNow (Original post)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:16 PM

6. I think we dodged a bullet there...

...because I think she would have been the worst first lady since Marie Antoinette.

"Madam First Lady. The President outsourced all the jobs. The people cannot afford to watch basketball."

"Then let them watch dressage."

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Response to mojitojoe (Reply #6)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:18 PM

8. Love your handle!

I could use a mojito right now!
SO stressed from last night...
Need sleep.
BHN

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Response to BeHereNow (Reply #8)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:23 PM

9. I hear you. Missed a lot of sleep last night...and

I'm paying for it today. Feel like crap, but keep having waves of pure joy that have kept me going. Short nap this afternoon.
Gonna take a peek at Tweety at the 6 pm rerun of Hardball to see if he has calmed down. Poor guy. Someone needs to increase his meds. If he is still raving against the President, I'll skip watching him for a while. Maybe he'll get the message when his viewers drop off precipitously.

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Response to Grammy23 (Reply #9)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:31 PM

11. Info-tainment is about to die a slow and painful death- THANK JEEBUS!

I really think the American Public, at least a significant percentage of it,
is sick and tired of the the network, Saudi owned, propaganda machine.

I believe that one day, like the Germans, we will be very uncomfortable
talking about the Bush/Cheney dynasty and war criminals.

The gig is over- the American people have woken up and realized the
charade they have endured and no longer accept.

Buh-bye Karl Rove and the rest of the devil's minions.

Get some sleep my friend!

BHN

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Response to BeHereNow (Original post)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:28 PM

10. She seems like a nice lady to me

She is privileged but she fought a tough disease. They look a good healthy family--a rare thing today. I have nothing personal against Mitt his wife or his family. It's their politics I have issues with.

I hate it when Republicans attack Michelle unfairly. So, I'll defend Anne Romney. There's nothing wrong with her loving and supporting her husband.

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Response to RosedaleGuy (Reply #10)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:35 PM

12. ARE YOU SERIOUS? Who could love a person that treats you like a prop?

Mannequin man- no soul, no heart.
His body language was so cold towards his wife in every appearance.
In contrast, real affection and intimacy is ALWAYS evident between the
Obama family.
Don't believe me?
Go watch some videos to gain a contrasting, OBJECTIVE view of the two families!

BHN

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Response to BeHereNow (Reply #12)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:48 PM

13. Ann treats her horses like props. She has some choices; they do not.

She loves what they do for her, but if they can't do it any more then she dumps them, and if that means defrauding a buyer, so be it.

One of her horses, Super Hit, came with a known congenital hoof defect. Buying, training and competing him up to upper level dressage was a gamble. Her trainer drugged him apparently throughout his training as a "preventive." When he couldn't compete successfully any more, he drugged him up with surgery level drugs (the kind that they don't test for in competition because the 99% couldn't get their hands on them if they tried) and tried to pass him off at full price on an unsuspecting buyer. Ann was ultimately dropped from the lawsuit and her trainer went on to the Olympics with one of their other horses.

She claimed to be "fond of Soupy." That horse was crippled and should have been retired to a job he could do safely and painlessly, even if that job was "pasture babysitter" or "light trail riding" or "pasture ornament." Instead he was forced to go on performing, increasing the damage and pain inside his hoof.

If that's how she treats a horse she's "fond of" how will she treat the 99% when she can't get her jollies from us any more? Drug us up and pawn us off to the highest bidder?

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Response to RosedaleGuy (Reply #10)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:54 PM

15. Perhaps she is - one on one - if you're one of theirs

Personally, I found nothng warm, charming, personable or likable about her. She was humorless, bitter. haughty and aloof. I liked Laura Bush. I even liked Barabara Bush. But this woman - cold.

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Response to OldHippieChick (Reply #15)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 06:14 PM

19. I liked Laura Bush, but I grew to dislike Barbara Bush.

The woman is a snob. She may have other good qualities but she is a snob.

Ann Romney appears to have some good qualities, but she is even more of a snob. I'm sorry, but she simply doesn't hold a candle to Michelle Obama. Or Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, Rosalyn Carter, Betty Ford, Pat Nixon or Lady Bird Johnson for that matter.

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Response to Arneoker (Reply #19)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 10:26 PM

20. Re: Barbarella

I always liked her spunk. But her comments after Katrina reduced her immeasurably.

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Response to RosedaleGuy (Reply #10)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 10:32 PM

21. "This is a frightening world, and we need a grown-up"

That's her, talking about Obama.

NOT a nice lady.

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Response to BeHereNow (Original post)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:53 PM

14. I absolutely love one thing about Ann Romney...

The absence of "First Lady" in front of her name. Mostly because that means her husband does not have "President" in front of his.

Don't really care about the rest of it, her, and them, as long as they get off the stage quickly and stay off.

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Response to BeHereNow (Original post)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 05:57 PM

16. Let's not be petty

She's a faithful wife fighting a horrible disease. Maybe a little too much sense of entitlement for sure.
I'm sure that she was glad that they didn't win in the end because she would have had to move into a smaller house.

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Response to BeHereNow (Original post)

Wed Nov 7, 2012, 06:01 PM

17. STOP IT! THIS IS HARD!



I can't express how thrilled I am that Queen Ann will not be FLOTUS.

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