Watch Neil Cavuto’s FANTASTIC monologue summing up how American’s feel about Obama…

Mark Levin played Neil Cavuto’s monologue on his show because he felt Cavuto summed up very well why people don’t trust Obamacare. And I have to agree. As Cavuto points out, Americans just don’t trust the man who gave them Obamacare.


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  • drphibes

    A methodical account of broken promises by the great Cavuto.

    • AwakenNow

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      • drphibes

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        • 57thunderbird

          I never saw a message.I wondered what AwakeNow was talking about?

  • 57thunderbird

    One of the only shows that I still view on Fox.Neil is great!

  • FreeManWalking

    Spot on, and very powerfully delivered. Well done Neil.

  • Rayk48

    Let me be very clear. We will get to the bottom of this…period

  • AwakenNow

    Neil — you nailed it!!!

  • Fair Fight

    Communism at it’s finest and by the way AmeriKa is finished. Courtesy of Dollywood, the new millennial communist party and MSM alike

    • Rayk48

      Dollywood? Crap, I always liked it there. Need to stop going…

  • Army_Pilot1967

    obama = Worst President in US History!!!!!

    • Odaatsue

      Worst person holding the office; a President would uphold the Constitution.

    • warpmine

      Diagree, GWB was the last President we had with Owipus I as the first usurper. Congress and SCOTUS allowed all of this to take place, it’s entirely on them. May they rot in Hades.

  • NHConservative777

    Cavuto is one of the few bright-lights at Fox.

    • TxGold

      One of many!

  • Mark H. Sutphin

    WOW, Tremendous!! This is the truth and we must act on this immediately!!!

  • TxGold

    I’d probably like it, if it would play!!!!

  • SisterMary


    • Deborah Hallsted

      The Nun’s Story, great book/movie.

  • 9-lander

    Sadly, Cavuto’s comments don’t amount to spit within the Beltway to Boston “O”zone. But oh, how his words do resonate.

  • Bl4ckConserv

    This is the best monologue eva!

  • Adrian Solomon

    Love it. On target…

  • fights

    I never thought Barry meant what he said. It wasn’t hard to see who he was from his past.

  • Mike

    Close to 50% of the voters will still vote a filth Democrat in. American people are to blame.

    • 57thunderbird

      I agree.Too many LIV’s.

    • ILPatriot

      This is a comment from a reader of Prager Zeitung, a German language newspaper published in Prague:

      “The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president.”

      “The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America . Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince.

      The Republic can survive a Barack Obama, who is, after all, merely a fool.

      It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their president.”

      So yes, Mike, you are right.

      • Jim

        Wow! Scary that the Eastern Europeans can see it but so many Americans cannot.

    • Brian

      A filth democrat? As in, republicans and tea party conservatives are so squeaky clean and care about all citizens?

      I bet you’re the type of person that can list every negative thing a dem has done…but would never, ever list the positives.

      • Tom Gilbert

        so, Brian, list the positives that democrats have done for our Constitutional Republic, please.

    • MrSmithInDC

      low and no info voters.

  • I have to say;

    There are many of us here who already knew all about Obama or had a pretty good idea some 5 years ago of what he was capable of and what he believed/stood for. It took that long for the rest of our blindsided nation to realize what this guy had in mind when he said he was going to fundamentally change America. But when folks like TheRightScoop, Glenn Beck and others were out on the rooftops begging people to listen to what he had to say about the man, everybody dismissed the warnings.

    Well here we are…… 6 years later and we are in the process of quickly loosing a blessed nation to a man who had a plan all along and has never been held accountable although he is 100% culpable for the condition of our nation. Pretty sad, because the way I see it it’s all down hill from here and it’s not a pretty slide but a downward spiral and folks are in for a very rude awakening sooner than they realize what hit them.

    Come Lord come!!

    • $4338991

      you speak the truth — but I plan on doing something about it — one way or the other. some people have to pay the price.

    • Rayk48

      Far too many people who voted Obama and democrat only go bumper sticker deep on issues. Think how many cars you see plastered with bumper stickers spouting liberal platitudes. Coexist, Obama/Biden 2008, etc..Thats why the simple minded, moronic political ads work. Too many people pay no attention..

      • Patriot077

        I think there would be a lot more conservative positions on bumper stickers if the other side didn’t damage the vehicles they are pasted on. In my area you can’t even have campaign signs on your property without fear of retribution. Vicious thugs we have to deal with.

        • Daryl Watson

          its time to stand for what you believe and quit being a coward

          • Patriot077

            Who said I didn’t?

        • Rayk48

          That would be true, had not thought of that!.

          It is interesting to note that most cars with a multitude of haphazardly applied bumper stickers seem to spout progressive talking points.

          • unclesamnephew

            look at where the stickers are placed. libs put on the paint. most conservatives on the glass

    • Gary

      My thoughts were exactly the same in the summer of ’08. I had what I would consider less than no interest in politics or Washington until I listened to Ovomit making promises like he was God while he was campaigning. After hearing him on the news 2-3 times it became obvious to me that the US may have a counterfeit-in-chief; unfortunately, that happened (somehow 2x). It is amazing that it took America so long to wake up. Right vs. left has to be forgotten and right vs. wrong has to become the most important issue.

      • PNWShan

        Gary, you bring back to my mind election night 2008. I took a break from watching the election to pick up my kids from church youth group and ran into the pastor and a woman I knew. I was very upset, in tears, talking about what O was going to do to this country. Pastor said, “Well, God will take care of us. It’s only 4 years, what could he do?” Woman said, “We survived Jimmy Carter.” I told them that O was much worse than Carter and that I feared this was part of God’s judgment on us. I should ask them what they think now. The Pastor is a conservative, but doesn’t really understand economics; he’s mostly driven by social issues.

    • Poptoy1949

      I am an old fellow. But years ago I was raised by one of the smartest men that ever lived. My grandfather. He once told me this about voting. When candidates line up for this office or that office never listen to what they promise. In fact don’t listen to anything they say. That is what my grandfather said. He told me to do this instead. He told me to find out as much about the man as you can. Study his past. Study his associates. Only then will you really know the man. Like a lot of you I studied obama that way and it became evident right away that he was not to be trusted. Plain ans simple.

      • Deborah Hallsted

        I did the same thing. Your grandfather was a smart man.

        • Poptoy1949

          Thank you for the comment. He was simple, and brilliant all at the same time.

          • Deborah Hallsted

            He sounds like it 🙂

  • sjmom

    I do try to watch Neil each day and he has been on Obama for awhile but this was great.

    • Patriot077

      His show is the only one I really miss since I got rid of my dish. Though now that Judge Pirro and Meghan Kelly have their great shows, I really enjoy them and appreciate every episode Scoop puts up for us.
      This little rant of Neil’s is terrific!

  • Ruben Escobar

    I never voted for That COPROPHAGOUS grin. Either on 2008 or 2012, all of you that wanted a change you got it,for worse of the worst.

  • Janet Treadway

    Thanks for speaking up for us.

  • misterlogic0013

    Like it, hes correct, or maybe not, OB very powerful has done, will continue to do massive damage to our freedoms. 2014 election = continuing the restoration, America Rising or were done, put a fork in US A .. Realistically MSNBC, CBS, NBC, plethora of other news outlets are propaganda arm of DC elites. OBAMA .. Serious business, serious stuff. America well on her way, being taken over from within, end of story .. no other way to put it .. Believe America Rising, no match for DC elites, although yet to be seen, one thing for certain its show time ..

    • 57thunderbird

      The MSM or SRM as I prefer to call it should be considered criminals,for heinous acts against the American public for deliberate concealing of the truth to millions of low info citizens, because they are Obama water carriers.They too are guilty of treason,IMHO!

      • Guest

        the MSN and this administration has more connections than you know!

      • misterlogic0013

        Absolutely correct, very well might happen, persons words have consequences especially on TV to the people who actually believe them .. have to be held accountable, public demand it, silent majority growing line of defense / offense. American / authentic grass roots force watching DC steal, info highway paying dividends. America Rising 57…..

  • Beverly Turnmire

    I appreciate his candor and agree with his findings. At the very end of the video is a woman standing behind the President wearing a red dress. She looks very much like the ‘fainting’ lady. I’m going to start paying attention to the people in his background……suspect they are there for a reason. This man does NOTHING without every detail set up to glorify him.

    • libknot

      The red dress lady IS the fainting lady.

  • Guest

    Good summation. Worth saving to review later on as the stuff gets deeper.

  • paulydel

    I am a lifelong Democrat and I didn’t vote for this guy either time nor did I vote for Kerry either. He was a disgrace to the uniform he wore. The Democrats have totally turned their backs on the American people. The Republicans haven’t done much better either.

    • 57thunderbird

      No,the repubs have abandoned their principles.They will soon go the way of the Whiggs.Into the dust bin of history.These Democrats are not your fathers Democrats.They should just change the D to an S.

      • InfoDump

        Yeah…or a “C”.

    • Ted Lukowski

      It’s certainly been said many times before, we really don’t have much of a choice anymore. We’ve moved so far to the left our nation is almost beyond recognition. Voting Republican isn’t going to fix things, it might slow our demise incrementally, but even that is open to debate.

    • Tom Gilbert

      nowadays i don’t think i’d tell anyone you are a lifelong democrat…………unless you like being associated with anti-American, anti-Christian, anti-white, baby-killing, pervert-protecting, criminal-coddling, useful idiots. and i left out a whole bunch of appropriate democratic adjectives ’cause i got tired of typing.

  • Kurlee Locks

    I am very sad today, seeing what we degraded into, this once great country. Obama has single-handedly (with his handlers) probably succeeded in destroying what was once the single best hope for mankind on this planet.

    • InfoDump

      Oh, but it’s not his fault, dontcha know? (/sarc) His capos are deep in it as well. If they would have done what they’re doing a couple of hundred years ago, they would have been dragged through the streets and then when the bystanders were through spitting, throwing their rocks and rotten produce, jeering, etc., the mob would’ve taken justice into their own hands.

    • Deborah Hallsted

      The Great Divider sits at the helm.

  • Sylvia Sparks Simpson

    Although he is probably preaching mostly to the choir, I appreciate the effort to try and wake a few of the asleep low information voters. As Billy Graham says America needs to be on our knees in prayer like never before. We cannot let this president destroy what was built and has withstood the test of time for almost 250 years. We ignore the glaring signs of trouble at our peril.

    • 57thunderbird

      Agreed.Funny the way God works.I just told a group of friends last night that the best way to fight this battle is fighting from our knees.2nd Chronicles;7;14.

    • Susan Howe

      Unfortunately too many of mainstream younger Americans are watching this Amazing Race or whatever disfunctional shallow family is fashionable at the moment and they read nothing except junk on their cell phones.

  • JT

    Time for a class action Breach of Contract suit against Obamacare. Obama made verbal contract with the American people and his cronies set the terms of the law, the Democrat representatives of the people agreed to the terms of the contract with their vote to pass the law. Now we find out that it was done with purpose to deceive. Sounds like a clear breach of contract with intent.

    Would mind someone looking into how the ACA violates the U.S. antitrust laws. The following Acts were designed to regulate the conduct and organization of business corporations, generally to promote fair competition for the benefit of consumers. The main statutes are the Sherman Act 1890, the Clayton Act 1914 and the Federal Trade Commission Act 1914. These Acts, first, restrict the formation of cartels and prohibit other collusive practices regarded as being in restraint of trade. Second, they restrict the mergers and acquisitions of organizations which could substantially lessen competition. Third, they prohibit the creation of a monopoly and the abuse of monopoly power.

  • fed-up

    Holeee crap Neil !! You’re gutsy to say the least. On one end of the FOX spectrum O’Reilly is pandering to Obama and you’re kicking him where it hurts. The IRS will be digging through your first Tax Form. But I agree with you.

  • Cruz-Missile

    Neil is a fine American

  • Gnomey Paszkowski

    very well stated!!!!!!!!

  • Susie McKinley McGuire

    I do believe HE IS ON HIS WAY OUT!!!!

    • jlbs

      Oh, how I pray you are right!!!

    • Kathy

      PLEEEEEASE MAKE THAT BE TRUE!!!!! This is the SCARRIEST time of our lives, HERE , in the “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”, our “HOME”. How have we, ALL of US, Republican, Democrats, Whatever, allowed this man and his administration the ability to DESTROY ALL THIS COUNTY STANDS FOR?

    • voncile

      Getting this man out of our White House is going to take more than replying to a video comment. We have got to get to the polls in 2014 and 2016 and vote Republican even if we have to hold our noses to do that!!
      Vote, Vote, Vote! It’s the only way to save ourselves folks.
      Vote Republican in 2014 and 2016 and then we can deal with the RINOS’s later!!

      • Guest

        Voting does not “save the country” it takes people standing up and voicing their concerns and getting people to listen to them.

  • welltempered2

    Yes, Obama saying “if you like your plan you can keep your plan” was a lie. But the mere fact that we were being told this bunch of crap i found offensive. Who the [email protected]#$k is he to even have a say in what I can or cannot keep?!

    • DMS

      who did you vote for? If you voted for him, you bought his line twice. Not turning out so good for you is it.

      • welltempered2

        Why do you ask that? I haven’t voted for a Dem in 25 years.

  • NYGino


    • Swamp Fox

      Was that great… or was that great?!?! BAM!

      And a big BADA BING!

      • NYGino

        Sir Swamp Fox, we just watched Rocky Marciano at his finest.

  • Osama_Beard_Zilla

    Barack lies alright…

    • Mark Webb

      great avatar!

  • InfoDump

    So I guess Premier O is truly the know-nothing President, eh? The leftists are predictably spinning, blaming, and outright lying. Still clinging to Alinsky, even when the tactics are not working and even when they are eating their own. Brings tears of joy to my eyes to behold the implosion. Even though it may not last long, I’m savoring the moment.

  • Greg H

    I’m Zippy Botingles, the Unicorn Prince, and wherever I go, I destroy Common Sense!!!

  • Gail Coley

    I believe his world is starting to crash in on him..If he were smart he would get out while the getting is good. I think he has lost the confidence of a large majority of the US. Even his supporters are starting to get wise to him.

    • 57thunderbird

      I agree.The walls he has erected around himself are beginning to crack.

    • DMS

      . . . and he so deserves his world to be crashing on and around him. Pride cometh before the fall. He has made a complete ass of himself and our country.

  • John Brookbank

    People better know the new talkers are not much better if they are not doing the work to stop this lame system and just talking about it =if they are not putting papers in to claim America back DO NOT BUY INTO WORDS PEOPLE ! talk is cheap !!

  • DMS

    I find it unbelievable that people/idiots actually put him back in office for a second term. They have absolutely no morals or values whatsoever – they are easily bought by a stupid, cheap OBAMA phone, section 8 housing, EBT cards, welfare and the promise of enslavement for the rest of their lives and their childrens’ lives. Elections have consequences and unfortunately because of a corrupt society we all must pay the price.

    • Brian


      I’m not an idiot, nor do I get phones, section 8 or welfare of any kind. I work 50 hours a week, make 6 figures and own my home. And I take pride in my moral fiber.

      I also voted for Obama because there were certain parts of his platform I liked. Not everything mind you, but some. At least he tries to understand what is going on with the middle class.

      To contrast, as much as I tried, there was nothing I could find about Mr. Romney that I wanted to support. I didn’t begrudge Mitt his wealth. But he sure let it be known how he felt about Americans below his pay grade.

      Has Obama screwed up? Yup. Not any different than any other president. They’re all shady to a degree, But despite his missteps, he’s done some good things, too. Just like Mr. Bush did. But I have yet to find a single conservative that will give President Obama him a shred of credit for anything.

      That, in a nutshell, is why a huge segment of Americans tune-out conservative messaging–because it’s disingenuous and silly when you see Tea Party supporters suggesting the president should be arrested for tyranny, or quoting anything negative they read as gospel (instead of fact-checking from an unbiased source).

      Anyway, you really shouldn’t paint with such a broad brush. And truly, try getting your news from somewhere…anywhere….than where you probably get it from.

      • MrSmithInDC

        wow… you are a mentally disordered lib.

        • Brian

          Why? Because I’m open-minded? Because I’m willing to speak to conservatives without resorting to insults?

          If you bothered to read my post, I stated that Obama has screwed up. I also noted that President Bush did good things during his administration. That is the very definition of being open-minded.

          All I was saying is that DMS shouldn’t automatically assume that someone who voted for Obama is an idiot with no morals.

          However, that makes me a mentally-disordered lib in your esteemed estimation. Guess you’re right.

          • Vorlath –

            That’s not open minded. That’s classic concern troll attitude. That’s the problem with liberals. They think they’re open minded as long as people see that they’re giving credit to both sides as THEY SEE IT, not as it actually is. Truth is that if you voted for Obama, then you messed up big time. You never looked into his history. You never looked into his belief system.

            • Brian

              Vorlath, you couldn’t be any further from the truth in regards to the homework I did prior to voting in every election I have voted in since the early 80’s. I’d tell you who I’ve voted for, but you wouldn;t believe me anyway.

              Again, that broad brush that both sides paint each other with is so very frustrating:

              “That’s the problem with liberals” or “The Tea Party always”. Lumping everyone together (and then insulting them) is the lazy way out, instead of trying to understand the person you’re speaking with.

              • Vorlath –

                I used to be liberal. And when I started seeing the light, I saw things that all liberals do. I had to in order to stop doing those things and to recognize them in myself. You’re doing them right now. You have a holier-than-thou attitude thinking you know better than everyone else. Classic liberalism. You can’t see it. To you, this “open-mindedness” is supposed to be a virtue. Guess what? It doesn’t paint you in a very positive light.

                • Brian

                  Holier-than-thou? No, not really. I’m no better than anyone else. I just prefer not to hate people because they have different opinions.

                  Have a nice life.

                • Vorlath –

                  @Brian, you’re like tv guide. Predictable to the T. I always know what you’re going to show us next.

                • Deborah Hallsted

                  Brian, I don’t hate people who have different opinions at all. I do however, feel angry with those who ostrich-like stick their heads in the sand, not recognizing the MANY illegal acts, including treason, that this potus is committing, and his henchmen. I also feel angry, as I know others do, about what is happening to this country as far as losing our freedoms, especially to express Christian beliefs, primarily in the military. My active duty nephew confirms the reports we hear and read about, regarding persecution of Judeo-Christian ethos. We are angry when O promises for years, repeatedly, lies concerning the huge albatross Obamascare. We despise the death panels, which are real as an administrator for Mayo told me of their meetings discussing them. We abhor his spending habits, we decry his choice of appointees, we blast his murderous drone policies, rant against the Common Core program he’s trying to brainwash our children with, and recoil in horror at the cold treatment of the Benghazi victims and their families, we rage at his immigration policies and unconstitutional “Dream Act”, grind our teeth at his overreaching EPA policies, we shake our heads at his gun running to Mexico and the Middle East, we blanch at his connections to the Mo/Bro/Hood, we weep at the consequences this nation will face because of his incompetence, we shake in fear at his overreaching domestic spying policies, we drip with sarcasm at his smoothly urbane behavior in living a celebrity lifestyle, while speaking about the “poor middle class”, we wonder at how he can afford lavish vacations and paying a golf pro $1,000 an hour to work with him, we despair at his vacillating one moment stating we HAVE to get involved in Syria, then a couple of weeks later we could somehow afford another war, but “can’t keep our national monuments open” for anyone except marching illegalsand lastly, we groan at the thought that this criminal, this man who’s origins are concealed, who’s agenda it is to bring this country to it’s knees has 3 more years left to do his dirty work. THAT is what we feel.
                  So we rage, we “rage against the dying of the light”, and most feel you cannot serve two masters. You will be spewed out for being lukewarm, you cannot ride this fence without getting a bum full of splinters.
                  Man who stands in the middle of the road gets hit with cars going both ways. And so it is, when you come in here, waffling without taking a stand.

            • Deborah Hallsted

              Or checked his voting record as Senator!

          • bruce lancaster

            Why? Because you are a liar and nothing more than an OFA shill getting paid what? 15, 20 cents per post?

            It’s unfortunate that discussion and commentary needs to be interrupted by paid shills from organizing for action and the splinter groups that came from acorn… I hardly blame you for trying to make a buck in Obama’s failed economy, but give it a rest.

            • Brian

              Wow, Bruce…paranoid much? I wish I got paid for wasting my time here. I followed a link in my Facebook feed to watch Neil’s video. From there, I read some comments, and thought I’d chime in with some thoughts.

              However, because I’m not spewing hate, I’m automatically a shill?

              Must be a bummer to be so freakin’ cynical.

              • wakeup1130

                Make a note Brian… the majority of the people here at the Right Scoop do not only have intelligent minds but alot were in your shoes at one time too, some may have even voted for Our Liar in Chief well, the first round. However, they state facts, stay aboard awhile and you too may find out some amazing truths. Freedom of speech and opinion hasn’t been fully taken away yet… so by all means keep on trucking.

      • Vorlath –

        Obama has never worked a day job in his life. He knows NOTHING about the private sector and has zero experience actually running something. He’s never owned a business. And you want people to give him credit for something? WTF are you smoking?

        • Brian

          Apparently not anything near as good as what you’ve got. Care to try some facts on before you spout off:

          A few highlights, in case you don’t feel like reading it for yourself:

          Obama worked as a community organizer for a housing project. He then was a professor at the University of Chicago school of law for 12 years.

          Or do you not think teaching is considered a “day job”?

          I can see that this isn’t a place for open-minded conversation

          • Vorlath –

            You really don’t know what a “community organizer” is, do you? Brian, “open-minded” is a word that liberals spew about and know nothing about. I used to be a liberal. Your tactics won’t work here. Obama was more of a lecturer (is that any surprise?). Besides, I was talking about work in the private sector where you don’t get government subsidies. Obama has stayed away from that. Also, assuming we give Obama a pass on his lecturing, is that all you have? You’ve missed the point that Obama is incompetent for the position of President.

          • Poptoy1949

            Wrong on that one. He never achieved the rank of Professor. However he was given the title of Instructure.

            • Deborah Hallsted

              And why did he and Michelle have to surrender their law licenses?

          • Nukeman60

            If you’re not off the Obama administration clock yet, please answer me this one question (one of numerous I could ask from that link you posted). For Obama being the first black president of Harvard Law Review, just exactly what did he write while there?

            Here’s a hint. Nothing of import.


            Also, while your article says Obama was a professor, in truth he was a guest lecturer (not exactly the same, unless you’re Obama – the hard hitting community organizer type from whose ranks most of our presidents are drawn from, no doubt).


            Methinks, you try to claim we have given him no benefit of the doubt, when in fact, you have given him way too much, most certainly spurred on by a lackluster LameStream Media that took not only you, but many, many others along with you, right off the cliff.

            So I would say that your very first statement is NOT true. You are indeed an idiot.

            • bworei

              @disqus_oCkwjJ5ItK:disqus 8 hours and counting, but still crickets from Brian. Brian, oh Brian, care to reply to Nukeman’s rebuttal?

              • Nukeman60

                If you notice, he only responded to those he thought he could make look biased in some way. An honest and straightforward discussion was not his intention.

                (in other words, he didn’t REALLY want an open-minded conversation. But we knew that from the start).

              • Nukeman60

                Seems like “Brian” has gone into hiding and changed his name to “guest”. That shows a real conviction for his thoughts, doesn’t it. These liberals don’t even know how to disguise themselves very well when they sneak into the adult’s room.

          • Statement Regarding Barack Obama

            The Law School has received many media requests about Barack Obama, especially about his status as “Senior Lecturer.”

            From 1992 until his election to the U.S. Senate in 2004, Barack Obama served as a professor in the Law School. He was a Lecturer from 1992 to 1996. He was a Senior Lecturer from 1996 to 2004, during which time he taught three courses per year. Senior Lecturers are considered to be members of the Law School faculty and are regarded as professors, although not full-time or tenure-track. The title of Senior Lecturer is distinct from the title of Lecturer, which signifies adjunct status. Like Obama, each of the Law School’s Senior Lecturers has high-demand careers in politics or public service, which prevent full-time teaching. Several times during his 12 years as a professor in the Law School, Obama was invited to join the faculty in a full-time tenure-track position, but he declined.


            • tinlizzieowner

              ‘Facts’ confuse liberals, my dear friend. 😉

              • I know, but it’s fun to throw the facts out there anyway 😀

          • Nukeman60

            I’m curious. Do they pay you by the hour (of which you have used up one and now must move over to Red State and then Breitbart) or do they pay by the number of responses you elicit?

            It’s a curious system, that’s for sure, but I think they are throwing good Soros money after bad. No skin off our noses, of course, as it’s always fun to hear what you attempt to come up with for what you think is a reasonable argument.

            Please continue when you’ve received payment for another hour’s worth of time.

          • Northwest_Raised

            A teacher is someone who never left school.

      • Poptoy1949

        Please, I beg you, tell me what good things he has done. Name for me three wonderfully good things that you know he has done in his first term to warrant re-election. Evidently I am too conservative to find them myself. In all honesty, I ask you please, tell them to me so that I may correct myself. I await your reply.

      • jmlsmb

        Obama ACTS like he cares about the middle class! It’s not what he says, it’s what he does. The middle class is being destroyed by this incompetent narcissist, along with the country.

      • aboutdat

        Coo-coo for coa-coa puffs are ye now?
        Let me just say OBOZO is a massive serial liar who wants to be King and it looks like the Media has let him accomplish this.
        IF he has now become a pitiful lame duck, we have an awful 3 years to deal with and our thanks are for voters like you who are so gullible there will have to be a new word invented for you,
        Let me take your tack. I am not a racist, yet this young black man single handedly has made our country more divided (with his minions) than in my entire life….for no reason except for political purposes, POWER, control, and his MONSTEROUS NARCISSITIC EGO.
        I could go on, but your post seems child like and I do not want to rant you off the site, nor smear you endlessly like a progressive would, EVEN A RE-PUBE progressive.
        We believe in FREEDOM here on RS, and O-BLAME-O is just not our idea of a decent President who believes in freedom and LIBERTY !.
        If you do not believe or understand this last sentence, you are one lost American, and I will pray for you, but I will not tell you what to do or believe or how to think.

      • Name me one thing dear leader has done which has benefited America (not just the liberal side, the commie side, the low info side, and yes- I’m gonna say it- the black side, the illegal side and the muslim side). The man is a disaster and is bringing this country to it’s knees- but he’s had help from both parties on that.
        And I’d like to know how many news sites and stations you pay attention to?

      • DMS

        Brian: I was raised to judge a man by his actions – Bozo’s actions have been about taking apart this country as fast as he can. In all the years that I have been involved in the political realm I have never seen a president this uninvolved, uninformed and such a bold faced liar (what happened to the transparency he preached??). You are kidding yourself by painting with such a “narrow” brush and being so gullible. You obviously do not research what has been happening in this country for the past five years. Why do you think so many people are up in arms? Really? Your litany sounds reasonable – there’s the problem. There is no reasonableness when it comes to Bozo. He is a socialist, pure and simple. I am not interested in working my butt off and then having what I’ve earned taken away and shared with those who do not/will not work. Get new glasses and see for yourself what is really happening in and to this country.

    • Poptoy1949

      Totally agree, but apathy played a big part also.

      • Babnik

        And don’t forget….a lot of “R’s” didn’t vote in that election because they couldn’t stand “settling” for ANOTHER RINO. That was really small thinking imo. As horrible a candidate as romney was he would have never taken us in the direction this prez has. Those folks that sat out really hurt us.

        • Northwest_Raised

          I’m one of the 15 million who dropped out and didn’t vote, and I did it because—drum roll!–It’s all over except for the fireworks.

          Romney’s election would have resulted in urban riots from Obama’s sons. Then, trillions spent rebuilding what they smashed. No worries, they’ll do it anyway for any (or no) reason soon enough. The Rubicon was crossed long ago. Take care of yourself, and those close to you. Turn off the TV.

  • Susan Howe

    He is worse than Carter!

  • Sandee L.H.

    Amen to that

  • odin147

    And yet no one has the guts to talk impeachment.

    • Babnik

      And WTH does impeachment accomplish?!? Make some people feel warm and fuzzy cause they can say obama was impeached?? Did it change one thing in clintons presidency when he was impeached? Did it make him leave office even one day sooner. Barry couldn’t give a shiite if he’s impeached, called names, spoken poorly of, dipped in yellow paint and forced to wear a pink tutu! He’s got a job to do, goals to be accomplished, willing minions ready to do his bidding and an “opposition” that’s completely incompetent and ineffectual. Hell we spend a lot of our time just trying to fight off our own party members. Impeachment is stupid and doesn’t fix a thing.

      • magi52

        WOW… So you believe elected representatives at ALL levels should be able to be:

        LIE/Deceive PEOPLE

        • Babnik

          No, I believe that “impeachment” carries zero bite. Now if being impeached meant you went to prison or had to leave office in disgrace or ANYTHING real, then it would be a worthwhile pursuit. As things are now, the media and then everyone that believes what they see on the teeeeveee would just attribute an impeachment on those evil republicans and especially those racist, uber evil, spawn of satan himself, tea partiers.

          • magi52

            Charge Crimes & Impeach HOLDER FIRST… He is the KINGPIN in the whole mess. ONCE he is gone IT ALL FALLS APART.

            • Deborah Hallsted

              Yeah, if we had a real Atty. General, things might be slightly different, but …..

          • Deborah Hallsted

            Sadly true.

        • Will Winn

          and to lie about their place of birth

        • demographicallychallenged

          That pretty much covers what they are ALL doing now.

    • How would that work?
      Senate vote down party lines.

    • RevnantDream

      You got the prize quote.
      They never will either.

  • Martha Skye Martin

    Absolutely brilliant, Mr. Cavuto!

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  • Quitthevictimhood

    Perfect Cavuto!

  • Obamas Brain

    I sense an IRS fisting coming to Cavuto soon!

    • disgustedinKS

      And if that happens, he needs to let the American people know and we need to storm the IRS and the WH with protest signs and posters. Bully tactics cannot work against a majority. Our majority should consist of all citizens who are concerned about our future freedoms from an oppressive government.

  • TheBerean

    What didn’t the President know and when didn’t he know it?

  • 2lassie3

    GO GET EM CAVUTO!!! Right on……

  • Loved First 1Jn 4:19

    BRAVO Cavuto. Maybe people are waking up.

  • Poptoy1949

    I said this before and I will say it again. I read the other day that their are three things that cannot be hidden. The Sun, the Moon, and the Truth. I am finally beginning to see that EVERYBODY is beginning to SEE that this guy promises everything and gives nothing, lies about everything and is never responsible for anything, and has done nothing positive for this country in anyway, shape or form. I believe people are really beginning to see this for themselves. Now if the Main Stream Media would only come to their senses and admit they backed a total looser they might report on it like Lara Logan did Sunday Night on 60 minutes. SHE told the TRUTH.

    • aboutdat

      VERY WELL PUT AND EXPLAINED……see, my prayers are working and I thank all of RS posters who have been praying right along with me.
      I was beginning to think this guy WAS the A-C, but now WE know, he is just a man and the Liberal Progressives and MSM all just ganged up together to make him into something more than he was.
      I refuse to be afraid of a man who can’t remember what he is doing on anything and looking more CLUELESS by the day.

    • She’s one brave lady. I have no clue where her mind is on the political spectrum these days, but you have to admire her courage.

  • axes4me

    The ACA Law is just the beginning of Socialism.

    The government has taken away our heath care from us. The law forces us to pay for coverages that are unnecessary for our needs or not required to the betterment of OUR OWN health care.

    The government has holistically taken over the health insurance industry and is dictating what is to be paid or not paid to health care providers.

    Who loses in the end? The American people, employed and working or not employed or working.
    Yes, the health insurance system needed reform.

    Yes, everyone needs access to health insurance in order to receive health care from providers.

    However, the government should have forced the health insurance companies to accept all of those people who had preexisting conditions, not the American people.
    The government should have regulated the health insurance industry to prevent them from gouging and rejecting anyone for any reasons.

    The government should have expanded Medicaid in all states for those who could not afford health insurance and make good on their promises to pay the states back for the expansion.
    The government could have done a whole lot of other types of regulations of the health insurance industry and PUNISH THEM, not the American people.
    So now what?

    • Babnik

      “However, the government should have forced the health insurance
      companies to accept all of those people who had preexisting conditions,
      not the American people.
      The government should have regulated the
      health insurance industry to prevent them from gouging and rejecting
      anyone for any reasons”…..

      Wow! What are you smoking? That is exactly what the govt has done with the aca. It has forced the insurance companies to take on all those hundreds of thousands of people with pre-existing conditions. The insurance companies are not trying to “punish” the American people they are fighting a losing battle to stay profitable. All our rates have sky-rocketed to pay for all those people they insurance companies could ignore previously. It’s like you’re selling car insurance and some guy comes to you that has 20 wrecks and 15 dwi’s and wants auto insurance. You say “no thanks” and you can keep the rates to all your other customers at a certain level. Then the govt steps in and says you MUST sell that guy insurance or we put you out of business. So you sell him the insurance and start raising the rates of everyone else in order to pay for all this guys problems. In the end your other customers won’t or can’t pay your new higher rates and your company has to go bankrupt and then you have single payer…TA DA!!

      • axes4me

        That is what I mean. We are paying for it. The health insurance companies are taking it out on us as well as the government forcing us to buy into this.

        In my state, our Blue Cross/Blue Shield reported losing millions of dollars in a particular year, which escapes me right now, and yet the CEO received $1M in bonuses. How can they explain that? That is part of the reason why our rates increase as well. CEO getting rewarded for losing the company’s money.

        When it comes to rates, the government could force them to keep the rates low so that all could afford to have insurance. There has to be a way to accomplish it rather than keep taxing or forcing the American public and telling us it is for our own good.

        And no, I do not smoke at all. Sorry bout that.

      • axes4me

        The ACA forces us, the American people to have the health insurance coverages the government deems necessary.

        I am on the people’s side. It is the government and health insurance companies who are working side by side to screw the American people. They both have taken away our choice to choose the coverage that suits us.

        When I mentioned regulating the insurance companies, it was to ensure that we, the American people, could pick and choose our own coverages and not be stifled with increased premiums along with the ridiculous deductibles before any co-payments kick in.
        I was trying to explain that the health insurance companies should be restricted from increasing the amount of premium costs for coverages that WE choose (not the government’s choices for coverages).

        I am not here to be against you. I was stating that the government should not PUNISH the American people for the short comings of the Health Insurance Industry Companies.
        Sorry, I do not smoke or drink but I am truly against the ACA.
        I mean no disrespect and just want the government out of our decision making processes when it concerns my health care.

    • sandbeneathmytoes

      Hey, only one blue footed boobie allowed on this comment board! 🙂

      • axes4me

        I like your blue footed boobie.

    • demographicallychallenged

      DOE, common core!

  • aboutdat

    Ok, let me get this. O-BLAME-O does not know anything, but really does not know when he became an un-knowing President. When he decided he does not know, was based on a meeting he does know when that was, he had telling everyone NOT to tell him anything, or keep him in any loop whatsoever. He used to know it ALL, but realized the RE-Pubes were on to his massive KNOWING EVERYTHING, and that he figured it may become a problem when his policies and ObummerCare Law of the land kicks in and starts kicking our (the American People) teeth in even as we lose our homes, our jobs (or hours needed to pay for more expensive Health Care) and some of us even our families.
    Oh-uh-oh now knows he has 3 years to fill with NOT knowing anything. NO Benghazi, NO IRS, NO NSA, NO DRONES, NO KILL LIST, and now you remember you do not even know anything about your SIGNATURE HEALTH CARE LAW.
    I don’t know how you don’t know about all these things you don’t know about, or when you remembered you did not know….you know what I mean????
    ALL I KNOW is you are looking like a very weak PREZI to me who does not know anything and I do not know how your minions (AND MSM) will keep track from now until 2017 what you know, when you did not know, what you thought you knew, or when you decided you did not know anymore but it is shocking to find out you are so clueless for not knowing what you should know.
    Do you know what I mean???

  • izzycafe

    That was an excellent summary of how many American’s feel.

  • Be nice if someone in congress would articulate this. Maybe a party leader somewhere. And not in such calm tones. I want the Ted Kennedy, “Lie after lie after lie” kind of volume in the Senate. By Mitch McConnel. Every day until this stupid law is repealed.

    • Swamp Fox

      I was chastised yesterday while basically saying the same in the article about new GOP videos. I agree whole-heartedly with your sentiments. Hit the program hard every day like a jackhammer. Persistence beats resistance… until it is gone.

      • That’s the way. I’m out of patience with “wait and see.”

  • Ernest Shaw

    Could not have been more beautifully spoken. And spot on the mark. Thank you for speaking how we all feel.

  • mcgurn

    He has ten more minutes ’til “face the Nation”, his thoughts,his words, will have no explanation. His glance is fixated on the sky, thinking up another colossal lie. He’ll tell them this & he’ll tell them that, while michelle goes on why your kids are fat. The speech he will give is trite and full, but the bottom line is it will be all bull. The time has come, the crowd settles down, while the orchestra plays “Send in the Clown”.

    • patriot59201

      The “rodeo clown” comes to mind. Fitting. Just surreal. Who’s up for some “Obama Clown” about now just in time for Halloween?

  • leel004

    Americans don’t trust obama because of obamacare…..well about
    NSA lies and spies
    Tea party and IRS
    IRS and obamacare
    fast and furious
    exec order in homosexual issues
    pick and choose Attnry Gen laws to enforc
    causing riots and killings with T. Martin,
    L I S T G O E S O N

  • marksorr

    Spot-on. There has been, in effect, a catastrophic coup d’état launched by committed leftist ideologues and statists who now control every aspect of government. Obamacare is the tip of the iceberg and we can expect additional outrages as long as the current Taker-Producer ratio continues. Mankind’s greatest experiment may well have failed.

  • MissDiane47

    If only both the House & Senate would begin impeachment proceedings. They won’t because we’ve got too many RINOs in Congress as well as Reid in the Senate who just sit there like deer in headlights.

    • factsobill

      Dear lady, I appreciate your sentiment! the Senate has nothing to do with drawing up the Articles of Impeachment! Once presented by the House, the Senate holds the trial for the crimes the president is charged with! Have faith that you are not alone in this mess!

      • MissDiane47

        Yes, I know those facts. Hopefully, you don’t think I was born yesterday. House Speaker John Boehner is as dumb as a box of rocks and has been bought out by the old GOP establishment. I also believe because he’s literally a cry-baby, Boehner doesn’t have the cajones to stand up to progressives. He’d never bring Articles of Impeachment; and Senate Majority Leader Hairy-Armpit Reid would never hold a trial.

        Regardless of who has control, it’s not about R & D … it’s about political ideology. We’re stuck with it, and it makes me mad! :'(

        • Galatiansch2vs20

          You might be surprised how many people who weren’t born yesterday either are unaware of those facts that factsobill mentioned.

          Representative Roe told me this some months back about a judiciary committee when I requested the House to impeach the President:

          ‘Thank you for contacting me to share your thoughts about impeaching the president. I appreciate your views, as they help inform me and guide how I vote in Congress.

          As you may know, the Constitution allows for federal officials to be impeached for “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” In previous impeachment proceedings against sitting presidents, articles were first investigated by the Judiciary Committee and then referred to the full House of Representatives for a vote. To date, the committee has not considered any charges with respect to President Obama. Should any charges be brought forth now or in the future, I will be sure to keep your
          thoughts in mind.’

          I asked him to pass on my sentiment to the judicial committee.

          • MissDiane47

            “To date, the committee has not considered any charges with respect to President Obama.”

            Are you surprised at that? I’m not! It wouldn’t come as a shock to me if they have been blackmailed by certain well-known minorities to not even whisper the word “Impeachment” on the usurper-in-chief.

            IF (and that is a BIG *IF*) Congress was successful (hypothetically-speaking) at impeaching Obama, these “well-known minorities” would then know they’re game of reverse-racism is over. Civil unrest would break out like we’ve never seen before in History.

            • Galatiansch2vs20

              If it’s blackmail by the Obama administration or the democrats, it’s too bad there’s that kind of black-mailable material for them to use.

              • MissDiane47

                I think there are others involved in this besides the WH administration. Don’t put it past the other alphabet soup agencies to use the most idiotic material to keep everyone on the progressive plantation of silence. Check out the Ulsterman Report website for WH insider info.

                • Galatiansch2vs20

                  I assume they would fall into the democrats’ camp.

                • MissDiane47

                  The info from Ulsterman Report comes from someone on the inside of the White House who is most definitely very unhappy with what is happening to our country. I hope that is what you are referring to.

                • Galatiansch2vs20

                  I was referring to the alphabet soup agencies you mentioned.

                • MissDiane47

                  Gotcha!! Yes, the democrats’ camp is partly what I meant. I was also thinking about the WH Insider from the Ulsterman Report (and what he/she had to say about the everyday rumblings with O’s “handlers”). Stunning information that I strongly encourage people to follow.

  • kong1967

    Democrats have a lot of nerve. They raise the requirements for insurance plans and a lot of plans are REQUIRED to be cancelled because they are now illegal, and Democrats blame the insurance companies and are saying they “chose” to cancel those plans.

    Democrats have no ethics, no honesty, and no morals. I sure hope the American people wake up and vote these scumbags out of office next year by the ton.

    • Taurnil Oronar

      Not nerve they have, its vengeance they are after. Their “ancestors”, the ones refuted by George Washington wanting him to be our next king that’s the burr under their butt. Its just taken them a couple of hundred years to position themselves to make us pay for rejecting him rejecting their kingship.

  • spin43

    Great, but I didn’t hear the word “impeach”. Cavuto will probably be hearing from the IRS and watched intently by NSA. Do not cross Obama because he is very vindictive. Very soon he will have the ability to take away your health care if you don’t walk the party line, which is colored red.

  • Truth

    Please impeach. Lets just put Hugh Jackman up for President. He actually can sing AND dance…and has claws. We good? We good. Bye bye Obama

  • gregzotta

    Right you are Neil, well said!

  • Taurnil Oronar

    You know I remember back in the day watching the congressional hearings about Nixon and Watergate. It was quite the spectacle and most disheartening to watch as it was revealed a President would stoop so low, throw nearly every moral out the window and just flat out lie for political gain. Of course there came more lies just to save his own ass.

    The continuing lies from Obama in my view places him in the same position and I strongly feel he should be the next president to be impeached and all his executive orders and laws passed while the president rescinded.

    Think in the vein of Yul Brynner as the Pharaoh in the movie The Ten Commandments when he orders the name of Moses stricken from their records and the verbal utterance of his name forbidden.

    The damage to my country caused by Obama in all areas are incalculable and we have not seen the worst to come.

  • tacker51

    Be the last time a Black will be President. That is a fact. Hell he was not even a Lawyer. The citizens have to start proceedings for impeachment. Not the house and Senate.

    • HCTUB

      If you want to have Pinocchio impeached as I do , harry ried has to GO , and take pelosi with him , I would sign a petition in a heart beat , and one thing I do believe is he’s no good for our country . It’s time for the CHARLATAN to GO.

    • tinlizzieowner

      “Be the last time a Black will be President”.
      Too ‘general’ a statement. I would have elected Herman Cain in a heartbeat.
      The ‘left’ can use race as a crutch, we don’t have that luxury. 😉

      • breanna

        i would vote for ben carson with no hesitation at all! voted for tim scott here in sc. as long as they are truly conservative i dont care what color their skin is and MOST, if not all, conservatives in sc feel exactly the same way.

    • disgustedinKS

      Good grief, BO’s race has nothing to do with his performance and shouldn’t prevent future black men from becoming president. His is being revealed for the true person he is. If I were an Afro American, I would be appalled and angry that the world would see the black community as the prez represents it. His problem is lack of morals, lack of concern for the citizens of the USA, and his EGOtistical belief in thinking he is so “all that”. I would not let his failure affect my opinion of other upstanding and true black men. I am speaking of men like Herman Cain, Colin Powell, Dr. Ben Carson or Allen West. Any of them have discipline, love for the United States, high standards and are upright principled men.

      • factsobill

        Screw colin powell!

      • MarisaLynn

        Ben Carson – smart, honest, courageous – we should be so lucky to get him as a President. The left-wing radicals are afraid of him – the do-nothing, I know nothing p.o.s. that’s in the WH now, had the IRS audit Dr. Carson after he pointed out the problems with Obamacare at the Prayer Breakfast meeting this past year. Of course, I’m sure Barack knows nothing about this.

        • Galatiansch2vs20

          Ben Carson would be a HUGE improvement!!!

      • Galatiansch2vs20

        I’d rather J.C. Watts be on that list than Colin Powell, who is a non-conservative from what I’ve gathered.

    • Only Democrats Care About Skin Color

      • Galatiansch2vs20

        His character has nothing to do with his color. There are black people who obviously would have made much, much better presidents than this evil man, Obama.
        But as to your statement, why hasn’t the House, where Republicans are the majority, gone ahead and impeached him then?

        • Because they know d*mn well Harry Reid (who Senator Coburn correctly identified as an “absolute a**hole”, though he has since apologized for some reason) would sit on it, and never let it come to a vote.

          • Galatiansch2vs20

            As a Christian, I wince at the bad language, there K-Bob.

            Harry Reid is in the Senate though as you know, not in the House, and I was asking about the House. Just because Reid would do what was wrong is no excuse for shirking duty and avoidance of doing the right thing in the House. What Reid would do did not stop the House from voting to repeal Obamacare and shouldn’t stop them from impeaching the President.

            • Sorry about that. I was a musician for many years. It’s kind of like being in the military (especially in our band, which had six vets). Coarse language is part of the deal (unless you’re in a church band, I guess).

              So I keep my rough edges. I just try to dial it back a bit here.

              • Galatiansch2vs20

                Thanks for the dialing back. I grew up in a home where even euphamisms and coarse language were not allowed. If people are not speaking to me on here, I often tend to skip comments where I find bad words. Thanks for talking with me.

  • proudhispanicconservative

    Neil has been what I call a closet conservative and because of the nature of his business and show he can not reveal himeself to be one of us. This is the most gut-wrenching truth ever to come out of Fox News, thank you Neil.

    • Galatiansch2vs20

      Though I don’t like the bad language she uses quite often, Judge Jeanine has had some diatribes that were spot on with the facts about this corrupt administration. Neil actually reminded me of her in his delivery of this excellent speech.

  • freeperjim

    We Constitutional Conservatives knew this and more in 2008 – obamatollah is a communist, racist and anti-Semite focused on the destruction of America and the Constitution.

    Neil, you’re late to the game and it took you and your FOX comrades far too long to see and know the obvious from the beginning.

    Neil, we simply don’t trust FOX anymore.

    • tinlizzieowner

      Jim, ‘Media’ is just that. it’s ALL a ‘sales outlet’. Trust none of it. Align yourself with the ‘media’ that most reflects your beliefs but don’t for a moment let yourself think ‘they’ are there for ‘you’. ‘Trust but verify’. 😉

    • disgustedinKS

      Neil, you’re late to the game and it took you and your FOX comrades far too long to see and know the obvious from the beginning.

      Jim, hope your comments are a play on words or a sarcastic response. FOX news and other FOX shows have been attempting for years to bring issues this administration has been trying to pull over the eyes of Americans. I am just thankful that the rest of media sources are finally attempting to inform Americans of the real status of our country.

    • demographicallychallenged

      Thank You. Your market share and viewership percentages were not the intention of the 1st ammendment.

  • 12grace

    Cavuto did a brilliant job on this, etc. Bravo!

  • Sentinel

    Morally bankrupt, honor deprived, truth impaired… simply the worst pResident this nation has ever had. A dictator in the making…

    • misterlogic0013

      powerful words so true ..

    • WhiteGuy2

      Agreed,.. and the amoral electorate that voted for him twice is just as depraved as he.

  • JRu4Life

    Wow – epic monologue…absolutely spot on.

  • hereinthegreatstateoftexas


  • 31068

    Neil Cavuto in this short clip has correctly described Obama since the first day he took Office.

  • layne22

    Neil’s secretary: “Mr. Cavuto, the IRS is on the line. They are coming in on Monday at 10am to audit you.”

  • tinlizzieowner

    The hearings are on. If you ever wanted a justification for ‘Global Warming’, each one of these ‘blow hards’ get’s to make a speech. Now, we will get the opportunity listen to Obama’s lying lackey give her speech.Get your air sick bags ready. 😉

  • Marianne Marie Munger

    Neil, That could not have been phrased any better…..Well Done!

  • disgustedinKS

    Neil Cavuto is usually right on – and this monologue is more than just right on. What a great summary of the past five years. Just watch the future of this administration. My prediction is: now that the news media has begun the exposure of the true performance of this administration, watch BO supporters distance themselves from the prez. It will be similar to rats deserting the sinking ship. Let’s hope the head Rat elects to go down with the ship.

  • Soberirish

    When measured by rational standards, Obama has been a dismal failure. However, when measured by the standards set by those who wish to take total control of our economy, our resources, and our lives, and who see universal healthcare as the disguise to do just that, then he is either a genius or a willing puppet. Either way, given the Progressive playbook, it is do or say whatever it takes to get your agenda passed….that’s all that matters.

    • MarisaLynn

      As Americans, we better hope that there are persons of power working behind the scenes to stop his radical agenda. He needs to be stopped before our country is transformed in ways that will take us generations to overcome. I feel terrified for our children and grandchildren trying to live in an America where all incentives are taken away. In other words, why work when you can take rather than earn.

      • Galatiansch2vs20

        I am concerned there are not enough people working to change the make-up of Congress to get him ousted from office.

  • Kay

    Neil ALWAYS is articulate and well spoken and does his home work BEFORE he speaks. You can believe HE at least keeps his word. This administration is a joke. One lie after another. Neil is right we are tired and do not believe anything that comes from this President or his administration.

  • Hoppytoo

    When Nixon’s coverup of a silly antic by his supporters had run its course, he was advised by the leaders of his party to resign, and he did. When LBJ was exposed as totally dishonorable, he declined to seek nomination to the office of the Presidency again. Don’t hold your breath waiting for the charlatan in the White House to do the same.

  • Idahoser

    might have been useful before Nov 2012, kinda useless bitching now. All true, but so what? Like the middle of ’08 and the middle of ’12, anybody who might be convinced by this already knows the truth, and anybody who allowed themselves to be used before, can’t afford to change now and admit to being stupid. Not ten people will change their minds for ’14 or ’16 either, there are now more takers than makers so it is officially ‘TOO LATE’.
    I understand you can’t stop trying, but it’s a lost cause.
    There may be no survivors of this Dark Age to judge us for letting this happen.

    • You go ahead and give up then. Just stay out of the way.

  • RighteousCrow_JustCaws

    Mr. Cavuto is a TRUE journalist.
    We all foresaw it in 2007; too bad it’s taken so long and so much damage to reveal to the duped [read like ‘stupid’] voters.

  • HoiPolloiBoy

    Obama is a deceitful simple minded ideologist who will lie and do anything to advance his socialist agenda and “transform America” as we know it and how it was built by hard work into the greatest nation ever. We now are a nation of loafers voting for who will give us the most.

    • Red Colored Glasses

      I would not classify Obama as simple minded. I believe he is deceitful and and an ideologue but not simple minded.

      • HoiPolloiBoy

        You’re right. He’s evil minded rather than simple minded as he shouts simple slogans to keep the sheep voting for the wolf.

  • Tony G.

    Liar, liar, liar . . . this President is an absolute liar. The whole bunch of these people are liars. The ACA bill and HHS need to be tared and feathered . . .

  • Betsey_Ross

    Neil is much too nice to describe how Americans feel. Frankly, I have nothing but expletives to describe him and his whole administration. The next in line are thousands of expletives to describe my fellow Americans who voted for the Zero. But that’s just me, I’ve been done with him since ’04 when I first laid eyes on him.

    • MarisaLynn

      I was a life-long Democrat until I laid eyes on this radical – I saw clearly what he represented – all you had to do his read his book. Problem is many people don’t care enough to really determine why they vote for a particular candidate – they vote from feelings – or because they hear a good speech – or they like the way someone looks – they really don’t understand the seriousness of a vote for the wrong person. That’s part of the reason we’re stuck with this mess. To make matters worse some people don’t even know what’s going on with healthcare and they won’t know until they get the bill. Very sad.

  • Wendilynn Kerezman

    I think what gets me the most is the people who didn’t see this coming. I knew he’d be like this from his first campaign speech I listened to. When the ACA came out , it was clear that companies would ditch their insurance because it wouldn’t be cost effective for them forcing people to the single payer government option. Obama is as much of an empty figurehead the way Bush was. Its the guys behind the scenes that are making all the decisions. And things are going just the way they want them to.

  • Doug Gunn

    I have had nothing but the utmost contempt for Barry Sotero and the whole Chicago communist cell that runs him from the first time he got on the national stage-2004. He has divided us in an attempt to conquer us. He represents the enemy within and deserves all the scorn, ridicule, and punishment we can muster up. Can we summon our collective will or are we too politically correct to act? That is the question. I have NO liberal guilt, no matter its color. What about the rest of you reading this?

    • shaunadee

      I agree.

    • Galatiansch2vs20

      I wish the House would impeach even if the Senate won’t do the right thing and oust him from office. I e-mailed my Representative about it.

  • redmanrt

    Anyone who expected anything else from a potted plant deserves a rude awakening. As rude as they come.

  • mb9598

    “The end justifies the means.” These are words that followers of Alinsky live by. This is not about healthcare for all, it is all about control.

    As is stated in his “Rules for Radicals”, one of Alinsky’s foundational principles is: “Ethical standards must be elastic to stretch with the times.”[14] If you need to lie, you lie. If you need to make promises you know you won’t keep, you do it anyway.”

    David Alinsky, Saul Alinsky’s son, applauded Obama’s successful implementation of Alinsky methods. Immediately after Obama’s acceptance speech at the 2008 Democratic National Convention, David Alinsky wrote a letter to the Boston Globe in full praise of Obama as one who learned well his father’s methods.[11]

  • Neil McCallum

    Why is it that there is so much outrage at the president yet no move for impeachment? Now we find he (by way of overall responsibility) has been spying on other country leaders, and no talk of impeachment. Nixon was impeached for spying on his own , so what gives? Shame on us America for not doing the right thing.

    • Pedro Fanning

      no impeachment because of his skin color.

    • dooblepooble

      america would look racist for impeaching the first black president.

      • Galatiansch2vs20

        With all that Obama’s done against our country, I think it’s racist to not impeach him.

    • lawngren

      Shame on the democrat senators. “We” can’t impeach. The Senate is charged with that responsibility. harry reid would never allow it, and the rest of the dems would never vote for it.

      The repub senators should all be screaming for impeachment, even though they can’t make it happen.

      obama could declare America the newest islamic country and himself the 9th (or whatever) imam while burning the flag and the original U.S. Constitution, and the bootlicking dems and suck-up media would faint and cheer and coo and clap and get tingles up their legs.

      • Galatiansch2vs20

        Well, technically, it’s the House of Representatives that can and should impeach. It’s just the ousting from office that’s the Senate’s job which won’t happen with the current bunch in there. I don’t think that the House should shirk it’s duty though, just because the other body won’t do the right thing.

        • lawngren

          You’re right. Thank you for pointing that out.

          I agree that the House should do its job regardless. Impeachment is another thing the repubs should have on their record come election time. Fighting obamacare and amnesty to the last ditch, and impeaching obama, would be an impressive resume to have when things start to fall apart. “Look! We are the leaders you are looking for!”

          Of course that’s a dream. There are very few repubs with integrity and courage.

  • Level999

    Cavoto is the best. I watch every day at 4:00PM. He’s knowledgeable and classy.

  • Jon Weiss

    I wouldn’t trust Obama if he told me that the sky was blue. I’d go check for myself, before I’d take his word…. on ANYTHING!

  • Kiyoti

    ~~ Classically Definitive ~~ !!!

  • shaunadee

    Being hearing impaired, I’d like to read a copy of t his monologue. Anyone up for posting it?

    • Vorlath –

      Here you go. There’s a few words in the middle I didn’t catch.
      Now we know! They knew!

      Reporter: Was Mr President right making that claim?
      Jay Carney: Jim, I think (???) a chance with that question.
      Reporter: He should have been more precise?
      Jay Carney: If you had a plan on the individual market, and you liked it, and you like it and you’ve kept it, you keep it forever as long as your insurer offers it.

      Morning Joe segment:
      It’s true that some people have been told that their policies were canceled.

      Ms Tavenner: I am aware that there are issuers in states who are canceling their old plans that are grandfathered in and moving to new plans (garbled).
      Reichert: So what you just said about keeping your healthcare plan… isn’t true?
      Ms Tavenner: No, they can keep it. The issuers chose to cancel them.
      Reichert: No, they can’t keep it. They just got cancellation notices.

      Neil Cavuto:
      Here is why Americans don’t trust this Healthcare law. They do not trust the guy who created this Healthcare law. The guy who said we could keep our doctor, but now acknowledges that maybe not. The guy who said most Americans would be better off, but maybe won’t. The guy who said he was outrages at these technical fumbles, but did little to prevent them and since to correct them. That guy is you Mr. President, whose outrage knows no bounds or screw-ups that seem to know no end. The guy who always says he is seething from the states that must ???… who vows to fix the law you know had problems don’t sound much different from similar vows you made after so many other problems. Your problems, Mr. President. Your vows, Mr President. YOU, Mr. President.

      The guy who said he was similarly outraged by an IRS that targeted conservatives… and promised that he would get to the bottom of it, but hasn’t. Promised the same thing about an overreaching Justice Department going after reporters, but didn’t. Promised to be hands on, but admitted these last few years of spying on foreign leaders, he was out of the loop. Failing to follow up on the things you said you would. Failing to follow through on the very Healthcare law you vowed you would. Pushing things then dropping things. On top of things. Oblivious to things. Naming commissions then ignoring those commissions. Vowing to address the debt then dismissing it. Shouting for bipartisanship then rejecting it. Demanding Republicans be accountable but never holding yourself accountable. Blasting sequestration cuts you first suggested as a budget backup backbone then hammering the other guys as if it was all their idea. Like you were dog with a bone. Taking credit for a market rally that was more due to a Federal Reserve throwing good money after bad. Humiliating countless CEO’s in public then begging their support for hapless initiatives in private. Like the stimulus that needed more stimulus. And the rescues that themselves needed more rescue.

      The promises broken. The promises forgotten. Lost in the legalese of an administration now drifting. And an administration whose idea of action is making a good speech. And suddenly shocked to find that Americans are now saying “Good grief!” Because they’ve heard all they want to hear Mr. President, and they don’t want to hear anymore. Because they thought you meant what you said, but they’ve come to discover what you said you didn’t mean. That’s what all this means, sir! One too many promises broken… and now just broke. THAT’s what at issue here Mr. President. It’s not that Americans find you to be a broken record. I hate to break it to you sir. They find that you’re broke, period. No follow-through. Just… through.

  • shawn

    The Egyptians know how to overthrow a president…but sadly we’re a little soft:(

  • Haim Arazy

    We are all outraged, and yet we did little to support the Congress members who went out on a political limb and tried to roll back Obamacare. Instead of supporting them, we let them twist in the wind. At the end of the day, we get what we deserve…

    • lawngren

      Speak for yourself. Many of us on this site supported them with phone calls, faxes, emails, and by donating to organizations which made public our extreme disapproval of obamacare. Most of us did all this before obamacare was illegally approved and illegally declared Constitutional.

      Besides, those who opposed obamacare were doing their job, and had they succeeded, would have done themselves a huge political favor. Even failing in the attempt was good for their political careers, unless obama manages to complete his tyrant takeover.

      Not to mention that the Congressmen who opposed obamacare, had they been successful, would have been the indirect beneficiaries of an economically healthier nation. they were doing their job and looking out for their own best interests at the same time. We have nothing to feel guilty about.

      • My like button doesn’t work, so you get a bunch of fake likes from me.

        I emailed Disqus about it. Hope they can help. It’s weird.

        • lawngren

          Thank you.

          Gee. Life is tough when your like button doesn’t like you. But your dog still loves you, right?

      • Haim Arazy

        I agree with everything you’ve said. But let’s remember that those of us who opposed Obamacare eventually failed. And we failed because the public turned against us.

        All I am saying is this: If all those complaining about Obamacare now would have joined us a couple of weeks ago, we might have been able to defeat it.

        • lawngren

          “…let’s remember that those of us who opposed Obamacare eventually failed.” So what? There is no guilt in failure.

          BUT – we did NOT fail “because the public turned against us.” We did not fail, period. We did our part. The evil socialists in power passed obamacare illegally, in the dead of night, only after they bought or bludgeoned enough cheap politicians that they could “deem” it passed, and the people be da__ed.

          All those complaining about obamacare now fall into two groups: those on the Right, who DID complain about it weeks AND months ago, as it was being illegally forced on us, (as I said in my original comment) and the dems / proggs / libs who are now squealing.

          No amount of additional complaints would have mattered, because the obama regime is lawless. obama and his servants act outside the Constitution, and obamacare is an important part of their plan to re-make America as a socialist nation.

          The only guilt associated with the passage of obamacare belongs to the politicians of both parties.

  • xdrfox

    What did anyone expect from a Usurper ?

    • xdrfox

      A usurper is an illegitimate or controversial claimant to power, often but not always in a monarchy. This may include a person who succeeds in establishing himself as a monarch without inheriting the throne or any other person exercising authority unconstitutionally. It may also be applied to an official acting ultra vires, outside his authority or jurisdiction.

      • lawngren

        Close enough.

  • Greg Mitchell

    So far our economy,Dow Jones/Nasdaq/S&P500 looks real good.It’s like running around with a grenade with the pin pulled and your hand on the spoon-we can’t trip!!

    • JohnG911

      Sure, the markets are hooked on freshly printed piles of money but that can’t last forever.

      • Greg Mitchell


    • OneThinDime

      The gov’t is pouring printed money into the market setting it up for a huge crash.

  • Greg Mitchell

    Where did my comment GO? It was certainly in good taste,as they always are!!

  • scottmccord

    It’s entertaining to see these Media “talking heads” (even at Fox News) finally catching up with information that Glen Beck talked about in great detail (and even put it on a chalk board for them) some 2-3 years ago! WAKE UP AMERICA!!!! When Obama does ANYTHING…….you have to watch what the other hand is doing!!!!!

    • V103115

      Agreed. I am so tempted to tell these talking yahoos at FOX (the network who fired Beck) “I Told You So”, but refrain because at least they are trying their hardest to get the info out, hamstrung as they are buy hysterical hosts – save for Cavuto.

    • IowaJoe56

      I would be very cautious taking anything seriously that Mr. Beck says, with or without his chalk board. What we really needed to do was listen to Ross Perot a little more carefully those many years ago.

      • lawngren

        Americans have, on the other hand, learned to our great cost that we must take very seriously what obama is DOING, not saying. Although what he says is bad enough.

        Your comments, Joe, add up to nothing more than a defense of the most indefensible person ever to pollute the White House with his presence. obama is a criminal. If it’s true that he is an America citizen (which has never been proven, and there’s excellent reason to believe that he is not), then he is a traitor. More likely he’s a 5th columnist, a puppet controlled by someone like george soros. Either way, it is crystal clear that obama and his entire regime (not administration) are the deadly enemies of freedom and the U.S. Constitution.

        obama and his regime members have turned an old joke into literal truth: “How do you know when a politician’s lying? His lips are moving.” I’m an old man, and in my entire life, I have never seen as many lies come from one entire administration as have come from obama since his reign began. Ditto for robert gibbs, jay carney, debbie wassermann-schultz, holder, and hillary.

        • Cheryl

          I agree with everything you said. I’m nearly 70 years old and I’ve never seen anything like what’s going on now.

          • lawngren

            Welcome to The Right Scoop. Distressing times, comforting site. TRS is a locus for many who share our point of view.

        • IowaJoe56

          George Soros? He is, relatively speaking, a non-contender billionaire for those left of center. There are others who are much more active although all of them together can’t match the Koch brothers.

          I assume you love the Koch brother billionaires who are where the real concern should be. Those two care little about you lawngren or me. They do have an idea about America and what place the 99% should have and where the 1% should be.

          It might be helpful to read up on feudal systems to get the picture.

          • lawngren

            There is no point in replying further to one who has drunk the koolaid.

            • IowaJoe56

              So I guess that means you’re not going to check out ALEC, a Koch brothers long term project. If you stay with the research long enough you will be just as concerned as I am.

  • Groty1

    That was brutal. I hope Neil enjoys his IRS audit.

    • waffle_anna

      Take it with pride. The modus operandi of these henchmen is fear, and fear must be fought with fearlessness and ridicule.

  • IowaJoe56

    isn’t any doubt that this administration has management issues. Good
    ideas, but difficulty getting the rubber to meet the road. That is a
    valid and aggravating point even for us who would like to see more of
    his policies brought to fruition.

    said that, Cavuto makes several misstatements so I’m not so sure about
    the “well done”. The ACA wasn’t created by Obama, its bones and most of
    the infrastructure came from the Heritage foundation and Bob Dole. About
    a 600 pages came from the compromises in getting it passed.

    only speaks for that group of Americans, (with a lot of “but maybe it
    won’t” conjecture) who would have hated anything Obama supported, even
    if he took it directly from, Saint Reagan, any Bush, any right leaning
    think tank, McCain, Palin or Mitt, which he has done as an center, slight
    right, old school corporatist.

    complains in sound bites about this litany of problems, but only talks
    in very general terms about a couple. The whole debt thing is a red
    herring. Obama has less debt production per GDP of any modern president
    excluding Clinton, turning around the gross expenditures from W’s terms
    and the financial collapse. Is debt still being racked up? Yes it is,
    but even the wondrous Ryan plan wouldn’t get to a balance, and lets not
    even consider a start on the pay-down, for 3 decades.

    can’t negotiate with hardline hostage takers. Do recall Obama offering a
    3 to 1 deal, cuts to new revenue, only to have JB fall on his sword
    repeatedly trying to appease the unappeasible extremists in his party. A
    convenient memory lapse on Cavuto’s part.

    notice that Cavuto and all the other naysayers never offer any
    solutions, only here is what went wrong as we blocked everything you
    tried to do, even to the detriment of their own party’s well being.

    • Josh

      “Management Issues”? Is that what you call ignoring the limitations put on his office by the Constitution? The problem is not that this president is not doing his job well. The problem is that what he is doing is not his job. It amazes me how intelligent people (and I can tell by your writing that you are intelligent) refuse to have an open mind about what this man is doing. I used to think GWB was an amazing president. When I found out what his REAL economic policies were (TARP, etc.), I realized he was not a conservative at all. The litmus test is that you cannot name one good thing that has come out of this presidency. It is ALL garbage.

      • SandOriaKnight

        An intelligent post, yes. But still fraught with the same old leftist moral superiority and fanaticism. In effect, as is typical of leftists, IowaJoe65 just blames the republicans and Bush, as the he and others have been trained to do. And don’t misread my intent–I’m not a big fan of current republicans, either (for example, in this post, I refuse to capitalize their name to express my disdain). Any action taken by a POTUS that violates or clashes with the United States Constitution is illegal, immoral, and wrong. That is the basic truth. And Cavuto, Levin, Cruz, and many others have supplied laundry lists of violations on the part of one Barack Hussein Obama. How quickly the mind forgets, warps, and forgoes the facts when placed on the defensive.

        In closing, it does not matter one iota if the POTUS before Obama or the opposing party committed the same acts. Both are wrong and should be punished accordingly. This childish finger-pointing must end, and the republic must be put first and foremost.

        • IowaJoe56

          Glenn, I wouldn’t characterize myself as a fanatic of any sort, just reasonably well read and with reasoned positions on a wide variety of topics. We might even agree on a few issues. I want fiscal responsibility (which is different than saying I’m a fiscal conservative) and lean towards social liberty. Our current changing demographics and resultant blurring of ideological lines has made many of the old political labels passe although I do still use Neo-Con on occasion.

          If you refer to my post to Josh you will find a site that covers some of the history of expanding presidential powers. You may find it illuminating.

          In closing, I’m not on any kind of defensive, I just like some balance in the sharing of ideas. I have all kinds of issues with the current state of affairs in politics which is interfering with good governance. To understand the issues in a useful way you have to show respect for and understanding of the past. I never forgo on actual facts although you sometimes have to put extra effort into determining what the facts actually are.

        • lawngren

          Totally agree, Glenn.

      • IowaJoe56

        Josh, you also strike me as a thoughtful individual worried about the U.S. just as I am. While I never thought GWB was up to the office of President, he did have a few positives centered around his health, education and immigration policies and positions. He just surrounded himself with three too many Neo-cons.

        I would argue that Obama’s biggest problems are indeed the management of power, ideas, people and programs. He does not have on his own, nor did he surround himself with, people with the skill to close the deal. I don’t believe Obama is the first to push presidential power boundaries. Here is a site that may be of interest to you;

        To finish, you can find find several sites that list accomplishments of this current administration. Most have not been discussed in the media but many seem to be more noteworthy than garbage,

        • Yes, you can! For example, the complete list of historic firsts by the Administration.

          What a sad legacy.

          • OneThinDime

            The one first he cannot claim is the first potus to grant massive amnesty for illegal aliens, Reagan holds that title. I guess he can claim the first progressive to do it.

            • Technically, yes. But Ted Kennedy’s Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 was far worse than Reagan’s small amnesty. Reagan got played, and admitted it.

              Kennedy worked in cahoots with Johnson and opened the doors to chain migration. Then as now, they lied to us repeatedly about it. I hope The Late, Oldsmobile Admiral is roasting painfully right now.

              • OneThinDime

                Kennedy’s was truly horrible. But I don’t consider amnesty for 3 million to be a small amnesty. We now are looking at 10 times that amount because Reagan rewarded the illegal behavior. Some say Reagan regretted it but I have found no writings or speeches by him admitting it. In fact, the Tea Party is using Reagan as the torchlight to do it again.
                Love it, the “Oldsmobile Admiral”! I take comfort in knowing there remains room for others to join him.

                • Reagan fell for that at a time when his circle of advisers were already pushing out the Ayn Rand types, and replacing them with pragmatists. He was sold a bill of goods, and was so hopeful about his fellow man that he decided to go with it. The best years of his Administration were the first eighteen months.

                  They did swear they’d close the borders, after all.

                  Heh. Smitty, over at TheOtherMcCain came up with that nickname for Ted Kennedy. I just stole it.

                • OneThinDime

                  Agree about the first 18 months but he did openly run on amnesty and referred to it as such. He believed illegals would help CA. Reagan could have stopped this in its tracks when the border was not sealed but believed Hispanics would vote Republican. I don’t believe he was all that duped, he did this for votes just like the current Repubs want to do.
                  Any person with a reasonable amount of sense knows rewarding illegal behavior will result in more illegal behavior. It’s interesting to watch old episodes of Dragnet and see the parallels to today.

                • Hehe. Stuff was actually illegal-for-real, back then.

        • Josh

          I am reading that link and it has some interesting articles. Thank you. In any case, I just wish that Liberals, Moderates, and Conservatives could look at the president with the same open mind. We don’t care who is in the chair, we just want limited government. Period.

          • IowaJoe56

            Agreed Josh,

            The battle over government size and scope has been going on starting with the founding of this country. There are some things that the private sector can do well and there are things that government can do well. It is the either or crowd who gives us who want reasonable governance a headache.

            My particular pet peeve are those who say they want small government, but who also want really massive, big brother social government interventions. We have enough social engineering as it is.

    • lawngren

      “Good ideas, but difficulty getting the rubber to meet the road. That is a
      valid and aggravating point even for us who would like to see more of
      his policies brought to fruition.”

      “good ideas”? Name ONE! Name just ONE good idea that obama has had.

      “difficulty getting the rubber to meet the road”? Can’t agree there, IowaJoe. He’s almost completed the destruction of America, and that was his plan from the beginning. Remember “We’re five days away from fundamentally transforming America!” ?? Until the pathetic rollout of obamacare, he had almost a hundred percent record of success implementing his ideas.

      Too bad for your attempt at damage control, Joe, freedom of speech and the press hasn’t been completely suppressed yet. obama and his handlers evidently thought that the lapdog media would be enough to cover up obama’s clear intention to destroy America. No such luck.

      • IowaJoe56

        To save time, there are several sites available that cover the accomplishments. You will probably need to surf to sites you would not normally go to, as I have done, to gather more information. I am trying to understand those that have dissimilar worldviews and it has very interesting…and so far more cordial than expected.

        I am amazed that you think Obama has gotten almost 100% of what his plans were. Not even close. I would suggest you look up the difference between majority and super majority. Obama had a majority that included some very centrist Democrats for a few months. He then needed a super majority for the rest of the time. You don’t get a lot done when dealing with a super majority requirement and obstructionist at every turn.

        I wouldn’t be as worried about Obama as I would the banking/wall street/international corporations group. Not much has been done to fix what caused the last crash and it could easily happen again. Your party has a lot to do with that particular situation as well as the left. There are way too many corporatists in our government.

    • Galatiansch2vs20

      Actually, Obama has had many bad ideas, ideas that are unAmerican. He is not someone who values and cherishes the right to life, the freedoms our ancestors fought, bled, and even died for, and he is not someone who believes in government for the people, as demonstrated by the unaffordable care act bearing his signature. I’m sorry you are anti-freedom, wanting to see more of his policies come to fruition.

      Regarding the 600 pages and compromises to the unaffordable care act- were the democrats, who had control of both House and Senate and were the only ones who voted for it, compromising with themselves?

      I’m astonished that there could be anyone even more of a hardline leftist than Obama, that you would consider him a ‘center, slight right, old school corporatist.’ He’s on video saying what he wants is a single payer system… that’s his goal. Nothing center, slight right about socialized medicine and that’s just one of his leftist agenda items, which evidently you are eager for even more than all he’s already accomplished toward the destruction of what was once a much better nation to live in.

      Government debt has ballooned under under his watch and direction- more of it than under any other president in our history. Not even Ryan could begin to compensate with budgeting for the staggering amount of debt Obama’s policies has incurred.

      Do recall that Obama’s wanting to tax an overly-taxed people even more and bloat the government further, spending a great deal more money than before, rather than reign in spending and do anything constructive to stimulate the economy.

      As to solutions, the guy I voted for, Santorum, offered some, but the RNC didn’t back him… instead they backed a record of being non-conservative on ‘social issues’ and who had the detrimental Romneycare in his portfolio.

      Those who tried to block things like the unaffordable care act did so because they put their country before political power.

      • IowaJoe56

        Whether Obama’s ideas are un-American or not depends on which Americans you talk with. The majority of voters do not support your position. I’m not sure how the ACA is an anti-freedom Act and have not been convinced by any of the tissue thin arguments of that type. Perhaps yours is better. I would like to read it.

        The irony of the compromise is that Republicans were most assuredly involved and demanding, dragging the debate out for months, but in the end, they voted against their own compromises. No mystery here as the rank and file GOP had their marching orders to attempt to make Obama a 1 term POTUS. What Obama and the Democrats should have realized was the GOP wasn’t serious about a bipartisan effort. They could have saved a lot of time, hundreds of pages and got a better product for all by going it alone. The GOP got a lot of what they wanted into the ACA and then had the luxury of not having to vote for it. Pretty clever actually.

        You really need to do some study on the political labels you are throwing about. If you think Obama is hard left, then you know little about Progressivism.

        Your support of Santorum says a lot about your worldview, the one you are so fearful of discovering no longer exists if indeed it ever did. Santorum, when you get down to it, wanted a massive government intervention on the social end of things changing the U.S. into a theocracy. You can check around the historical world and look at a variety of theocracies. They never turn out well if you are truly concerned about freedom.

        • Galatiansch2vs20

          I’m speaking of unAmerican in regards to how and why America was founded. All (that includes me), not just the majority of people are sinful. The majority you speak of revel in their sin and hold positions of immorality.

          You said the following:
          ‘Good ideas, but difficulty getting the rubber to meet the road. That is a valid and aggravating point even for us who would like to see more of his policies brought to fruition.’

          That is what I was referring to as anti-freedom, not just the unaffordable care act, a government mandate for people to buy a government approved product. Obama’s policies have centered around encroaching on and taking away freedoms citizens have enjoyed.

          Freedom of religion in the military is one example. Are you unaware of how he is taking this freedom away from our service members? I hope you, if so, you will read up on it. I believe his policies are also behind the recent labeling of Christians as hate groups.

          Freedom of having a strong military to defend our country against enemies, foreign and domestic. His policy has been to weaken the military, give aid to our country’s enemies, and to make our country look weak.

          Freedom of religion when it comes to not funding the murder of the unborn by any means, including requiring people of conscience to pay money towards those murders. Another policy of his was proven when he voted before he was president against allowing a human being, born alive after a botched abortion, to live.

          Freedom when it comes to how much time he wants the taxpayer to be working for the government in how much taxes he would like to charge. Freedom when it comes to how much money he wants to confiscate in the form of higher taxes to those who make a lot of money, as if it is the government’s right to do far and away beyond what the founders intended government to do.

          Freedom when it comes to encouraging people to be non-productive and leech off the government when they have opportunity to be earning their own living.

          Freedom when it comes to over-regulating, hurting businesses, causing jobs to go away from this country, and high taxation of businesses, which also causes jobs to be lost in this country.

          The full list of his anti-freedom policies would make this post WAY too long.

          When you are in the minority as conservatives, it is clever to battle how you can to try to diminish and stop if possible, the destruction to the middle income people’s way of life and destruction to some of the best health care while trying to stop making an increasing populace dependent on government (which is what Obama’s policy).

          If you do not realize from Obama’s record, including before he took his present office, that he is a hard leftist, it’s evident you do not understand Obama’s positions. The fact you don’t think he is tells me your position on policy may be, if possible, even worse. I wouldn’t care to study something even more evil than what I’ve witnessed.

          I am not Roman catholic, as Santorum is, but my worldview is a Biblical one. The Bible being the Word of God, and His positions having never had a beginning and never having an end, I am 100 percent sure that position has always and will always exist.

          I am concerned about freedom, as were these early Americans:

          ‘”We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
          John Adams (The Works of John Adams, ed. C. F. Adams, Boston: Little, Brown Co., 1851, 4:31)’

          ‘”Without morals a republic cannot subsist any length of time; they therefore who are decrying the Christian religion, whose morality is so sublime and pure (and) which insures to the good eternal happiness, are undermining the solid foundation of morals, the best security for the duration of free governments.”
          Charles Carroll, signer of the Declaration of Independence’

          ‘”Bad men cannot make good citizens. A vitiated state of morals, a corrupted public conscience are incompatible with freedom.”
          Patrick Henry’

          ‘”Man will ultimately be governed by God or by tyrants.”
          Benjamin Franklin’


          • IowaJoe56

            Thank you for your effort in making a more complete response. I will spend some time to formulate a response worthy of your time. I can’t say that we will agree on much, but it is a worthy endeavor to try.

          • IowaJoe56

            People are people, all born with their particular abilities, tempered by the circumstances of their birth, upbringing and culture. Your description of the majority strikes me as being full of hubris.

            Our healthcare is the most expensive in the world, covers the lowest percent of people of any country and is ranked in the middle low range on multiple measures of
            effectiveness. It went from non-profit to for-profit with little to show except the creation of massive insurance and drug companies with some producing CEO’s pushing billionaire status.

            We have 40 million uninsured, and tens of millions more grossly under-insured. This has all occurring in 70 years of private corporate control. Perhaps the private sector isn’t very good at providing affordable healthcare for all.

            The freedom of religion is not being eroded but freedom from not being proselytized is finally being enforced as part of the separation of church and state. What some folks
            don’t understand is that the separation of church and state is what has allowed religions to flourish in the U.S.

            As an aside, various religious groups have been painted as hate mongers since the beginning of humanity so I don’t think Obama’s policies have much to do with it.

            Our current military has more capability than all of the other militaries combined. The cuts you may be referring to are only cuts in how big the increase in military spending is. If we reorganized, increased efficiencies, rethought our nation building tendencies, brought back military service requirements for all and considered how else we might influence world conditions rather than at the end of a weapon, we would be further ahead and with more of our treasure to use at home.

            Anti-abortion proponents are trying to take the easier road of prohibition to meet their goals which flies in the face of human reality. Prohibition does not work. Education, birth
            control, and providing multiple alternatives to abortion should all be enhanced and promoted.

            Clinton did some of these things and the abortion rate went down during his terms in office. Bush came in, pushed abstinence, clamped down on education and birth control and abortion rates increased during his terms in office. The facts are clear enough. If you want to make real strides in
            lowering abortion rates you have to understand and empower the potential mothers in making other choices.

            Real freedom occurred for humanity once we learned how to cooperate, share the work and specialize so
            that each individual wasn’t 100% engaged with just survival. More important than barter or money was the luxury of having time to use our magnificent brains. It powered us out of the dark ages, into the renaissance, the enlightenment,
            the birth of science and into the modern age.

            We can use our skills to serve ourselves, provide services to others and maintain a vibrant culture. Money we earn can be spent in the private and public sectors. The big
            lie being circulated is that government can do nothing well and the private sector can do everything well. Each can do certain tasks better than the other and much worse than the other.

            In government, we really like what it can provide at the local, state and national level, but we are often resentful of having to pay for it, particularly when some folks want
            services that others think are foolish to immoral.

            Private business has two basic rules, to internalize profits and externalize costs. Business tends to be amoral in the pursuit of these two goals and humanity and the environment have paid dearly at times because of it. Both need to be well supervised, which is where rule of law, governance, and the voting process come into play.

            The founder’s reality was a relatively slow paced, mostly agrarian, sparsely populated land, where equality for all really meant, land holding white men. The industrial age
            was just a glimmer; science was just getting a toe hold in the Americas and the digital age was unimaginable. They couldn’t possibly know what government would need to do or what an international corporation can do in the modern age. They weren’t gods, just men who created an idea that has emerged much greater than its original parts, but in desperate need of modernizing if it is going to continue to work.

            To conclude, 50,000 plus factories started moving overseas with the policies of Ronald Reagan who opened the doors and kicked the unions in the teeth, to Clinton who
            pushed the doors wide open with NAFTA and GATT to G.W Bush and the activist supreme court who blew the doors off the hinges to Obama who is flirting with the notion of the TPP (trans-pacific partnership) which is mostly still secret
            but written by and for multinational corporations.

            It is all about free trade, but not fair trade so our manufacturing based middle class is still in grave danger. This is not an idea that a true progressive would even remotely consider.

  • James Regan

    Well done Neil!

  • ajhnson

    Neil just said what I and so many have been saying since before he first took office and yet so many people continued to support him. If you voted for this incompetent buffoon you deserve what he’s given you so just sit there and eat it.


    … great monologue Mr.Cavuto , as for the President he is perceived as a joke and as incompetent as a RODEO CLOWN .”

    • DebbyX

      Right! And it’s almost Halloween and he doesn’t even need to buy a mask!

    • Excuse me, but rodeo clowns are quite competent in their role, that assures competitor safety.

      A better comparison for Mr. Obama would be clown-car driver … the dents, dings, and breakdowns tell you what you need to know about competence.

  • Rick in MI

    Great monologue from Cavuto!
    The Obama Regime has also had more appointees take the 5th than in all of The Godfather movies combined! 😉 What happened to this being the most honest administration ever? Likely all just Chicago wind!

  • Bart Pearston


  • Cathleen Titus

    When Obama ran for office my husband and I were all for a fresh new face and liked the ideas of this strong man. We said lets give him a chance. we need some one in our government who can pull us all together as a natation. But I must say that if you look over every thing that has happened since He took office our country has never been in history at such bad odds with not only other countries but with our own people. This Obama health care has been putting people out of work and most people who don’t hold a $ 50 – 60 thousand a year job are being forced to work much less hours because small business just can’t pay what this Obama health care is expecting from them. But I guess the people who make the big bucks and set all the rules that every one else is suppose to follow don’t need to worry about how they will feed there family or even get them health care with only part time work. This IS going to be a country of part time workers and Government welfare. When this whole thing falls on it’s ***** how will we be able to recover….Will the Obama care be able to pay our bills or feed and keep our children warm and healthy?? I doubt it…

    • DebbyX

      You voted for a “fresh new face” in an empty suit!! Liberals will always tell you who they are, you just have to be listening.

    • drphibes

      Glad you’re waking up to the pain in your pocket book, but you really owe us an apology for your mindless and uninformed vote – it’s what has put us here. (“A fresh face”? Please! How shallow. “Strong man”? I suppose if weakness and inexperience may be defined as strength.) We all had ample advance evidence to vote against this regime. That said, glad you’re waking up. Take the time to learn conservative principles so that you have a framework of understanding and discernment in the future.

      • OneThinDime

        Check out Bill589 ‘s posts above defending her!

    • jrt

      I was in a state of depression after the first win from this hope and change takeover and last November sent me deeper into depression at the reality that America is dead. To read your clueless words doesn’t help me either. Pray is all we have left and the machine is coming for that next…..just send me to the chambers already…..God help us.

    • OneThinDime

      You voted for it so time to buck up and live with the consequences of what you did.

      • Bill589

        You never made the mistake of believing a liar? Good for you, but most people have. And McCain was no prize. I think we should always forgive repentant souls.

        She now joins us to not buck up and live with the consequences, but to fight along side us against our corrupt government.
        We should welcome her.

        • OneThinDime

          You feel free to welcome someone who sold out the freedoms of this country. She’s looking for us to bail her out. I chose not to and again say that she is on her own to reap what she has sown.

          • Bill589

            She is not on her own. Patriots are on her side fighting this corrupt government. We are ‘bailing’ each other out.

            I’m a sinner, who has been forgiven many sins, and will have to be forgiven more I’m sure. I forgive others to help with that. If she was wrong, and repented, I would say, ‘God bless her’, but since she ‘was blind and now sees’, I think God has already blessed her.

            She’s on our side now; we can use all the patriots we can muster. United we stand.

            • OneThinDime

              One must be very careful of wolves wearing sheep’s clothing. The news was out about Obama yet the lever was pulled. Welcome the fox into the henhouse if you chose, I chose to close the door and freeze them out. They are responsible for the socialism in our country, they are responsible for the $17 Trillion in debt and climbing at a record pace, they are responsible for the 4 murdered in Benghazi, they are responsible for millions losing their health care and the resulting deaths because of it, they are responsible for the men and women murdered in Afghanistan. They are responsible because they voted for “free stuff”, this person is responsible because she and her husband saw a “fresh face” “strong man” and wanted to give him a chance. That chance resulted in the loss of my freedom and for that I do not forgive.

          • I get Bill’s point. We’re saving the nation, not some group of people. So that means everyone gets saved or it all goes to #$%^.

            We can always use folks willing to work to that goal, regardless of where they were in 2008. That doesn’t mean you invite them over for dinner or to babysit. It just means chasing them off is a waste of time.

            Of course anyone who voted for the swine in 2012 is seriously working against us, and should be remembered for the treachery.

            • OneThinDime

              I absolutely believe she voted for O in 2008 and 2012 which is why I take the position I do. There was more than enough info available in 2008 to not vote for him and considerable evidence that his intent is to destroy America in 2012.
              The poor little Obama supporters are learning all about that hope and change when they see the cancellation or rate hike notice. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer but be where when you open the henhouse door to the fox. We need only look at the RINOs and frankly the Tea Party that quickly flipped to amnesty because of Rand Paul’s maneuvering to see the consequences of those actions.

              • I’m a computer geek. I always favor a “Trust No One” policy. I think that’s the way our Founders were. The old, “good fences make good neighbors” thing.

                EDIT: But I don’t see much use in slamming them for their past mistakes. There’s a difference to be seen in how we *plan*, though:

                I let people know that my preparedness for the collapse does not extend to those who made it happen. Only my family gets my protection, and frankly, even they have to toe the line to get in. Leftists and those who brought this upon us will be advised to stay away, blood relative or not.

                • OneThinDime

                  You’ve been outed, a computer geek (LOL).
                  I didn’t slam the poster but I did make it clear that no sympathy is coming from me and that she needs to live with the consequences of what she has done. Millions of people are losing their quality insurance and many will die because they cannot afford health care, the deductibles, the co-pays and for what is not otherwise covered in the cheapest plan they can find. Not to mention the pre-existing condition money is long gone as well. My sympathy lies with the innocent who have been harmed.
                  Then there is the billions of tax dollars spent on this. My family are taxpayers and we pay a large portion of our earnings to the gov’t and have never accepted one thin dime of assistance, in any generation nor ever considered doing such a thing.
                  I certainly agree with your last paragraph, my family will be protected period when it hits the fan.

                • That’s a very good point about people who will die thanks to these totalitarian control freaks.

                  We shouldn’t lose sight of that.

                • OneThinDime

                  Here is one example. Man with Leukemia loses insurance and doctor because of Obamacare.


                • Sad. I’m guessing someone will be cataloging these things. I sure hope so.

                  Thanks for reminding me to add John Lott to my bookmarks!

                • OneThinDime

                  Would be nice if Heritage Foundation or Judicial Watch were cataloging. I try and save important links knowing that Americans will in fact die and keeping in mind the death tax rose to 55% in ObamaCare. More tax revenue, less expense to care for the sick, the weak and the elderly. I don’t like the repeat of 20th Century history………

                • OneThinDime

                  Thought of you when I saw this just now! I’ll try and find the court decision and provide you with the link. I’m anxious to read this!


                  Here is the decision link. I’m rubbing my hands together because this case may well have set a precedent for something other than ObamaCare. It’s a must-read for me right now.

                • I saw that, too. Typical: private groups can fight this stupid law, but our Republicans in Congress won’t.

                • OneThinDime

                  Republicans in Congress are nothing more than Socialist-Lites. They want the People Control as much as the Progressives do. If they wanted otherwise, they would have left the gov’t shutdown, passed a House resolution stating ObamaCare would not be funded. Instead, they are giving Obama more money to fix the Socialist law.

      • Cathleen Titus

        I never said I voted for him! I was just willing to give him a chance and see what he would do. I guess many people are seeing him in a much
        different light now. they say that if you can’t see past your own nose you cant see what is in front of you. Maybe it’s time we all look past our own noses so we can really see what may happen to happen our country…

        • OneThinDime

          A “fresh face’ and a “strong man” but you voted Republican? I am not a fool. Enjoy the election consequences you voted for.

        • Galatiansch2vs20

          So you were all for him when he ran and said let’s give him a chance, but didn’t vote?

          ‘When Obama ran for office my husband and I were all for a fresh new face and liked the ideas of this strong man. We said lets give him a chance. we need some one in our government who can pull us all together as a nation.’

          I hope we can pull together as a nation and get him out of office by impeachment and ousting before his second term is up.

    • Galatiansch2vs20

      I’m glad you are seeing there’s something wrong with Obama’s type of leadership now. Have you changed your mind about unborn children having the right to life (if not, I encourage you to watch, about socialized medicine being a good idea even if it were implemented some other way?

      • Bill589

        I know other people who were turned off by Bush/McCain, including me (though I didn’t vote for O), and believed the Big Liar.
        In my life ‘circle’ many more people now, compared to five years ago, see O as the Big Liar, and understand the value of ‘Liberty’, and understand that we can lose it, and understand we are in the process of losing it, and want to do something about it.

        We can continue to blame them for their past mistakes, or we can welcome them as co-fighters in the battle to restore our Constitutional Republic. I strongly believe in the second option: We should forgive repentant souls. We need as many patriots fighting on our side as possible.

        • Galatiansch2vs20

          I’m glad she’s seeing the disaster that’s happened, but am wondering if she’s changed her mind about a couple of his ideas (she said she liked his ideas).

    • friskyness

      you were naive………..I wasn’t……..more people should not have been……..His history told you what he would do…….you refused to see it………now we all pay for people who made the same mistake………

    • IowaJoe56

      Please check the facts on the whole costing jobs opinion. That has been debunked so many times that it is getting a bit tiring seeing it repeated so often. You can find many sites hosting actual economists that do not support your ‘facts’.

      If your referring to the six people Hannity had on his show a while back, real reporters actually contacted them after the show and got to the truth. Go check it out.

  • lawngren

    Excellent, considering the source. Thank you, Mr. Cavuto.

    BUT: not blunt enough, too polite, way late, and how about a DEMAND for obum-ah’s resignation? How about saying, “obum-ah,you are a LIAR!”

    “Sir”? “I hate to break it to you”? How about, “You useless punk hood, get out of OUR White House!”

    But it seems that we are moving in the right direction. I hope so, and I hope we’re moving fast enough.

    One final note: what this American is saying is not “Good grief!” What I say when I’m alone to / about obum-ah is deliberately insensitive, highly offensive, politically EXTREMELY incorrect, corrosive, and therefore truthful.

    Now more than ever: my prayer for obum-ah: Psalm 109:6-20.

    • IowaJoe56

      Goodness Lawngren, talk about drinking the kool-aid. Quite a mix of Bible quoting and hatred all at the same time. Your logic on what constitutes truth is something to be desired.

  • Bill589

    “Mr. Obama’s Wednesday afternoon visit to Faneuil Hall in Boston, the site where in 2006, then-Gov. Mitt Romney (R) signed similar health-care reforms into law for Massachusetts, is designed to help stem a stream of bad press about Obamacare’s rollout.”

    “The ACA, like the Massachusetts law, seeks to expand the ranks of the insured by saying that people must enroll in a health-insurance plan or pay a penalty.”

    When MR did this to Massachusetts, it was bad enough. Giant government takeover and intrusion into people lives; I have relatives still fighting socialized healthcare in MA.

    This not only hurt MA, but helped O beat MR in 2012, and now is helping O again as he says Ocare will eventually get past all these technical problems and work because Romneycare had original technical problems but is still ‘working’.

    Thanks again Republican progressives like Mitt and the GOPe. /s

  • DebbyX

    Put a PERIOD after that!

  • jrt

    Unfortunately this is a day late and a dollar short

    • Galatiansch2vs20

      I’m glad he still has the right to tell it like it is.

  • Pat Peden Dressler

    That wouldn’t be because of a bit of bigotry in the American public would it?

    • William

      We’ve got a big bunch of prejudice against frauds and screw-ups in the White House.

    • Ron Gilbert

      So people are bigots because they see this fraud as he is, an incompetent liar? Let’s hear it now. Let’s hear of all the ones that you want to point fingers at to distract from the real problem. Let’s hear the blame shifting to Bush. Let’s hear how Obama has tried and tried and tried but has met opposition from the GOP but has never himself been uncooperative in any way shape or form. The race card has been played out. It is time for him to own his lies and his crimes.

    • Joanna Miller

      No and like many in this country I am fed up with the finger of bigotry being pointed because some us of are fed the hell up with the lies coming from DC and Obama. Many of us expected better out of him, but instead we see a traitor a liar and a fraud who has thumbed his nose at the very thing he swore to protect our Constitution. So point your finger, go for it, its lame and my bet is you are the freaking racist. Smarten up don’t be a follower to someone that sold 4 Americans down the river in Benghazi simply because he was too busy trying to keep his job instead of doing it.

      • MarisaLynn

        He believes the Constitution is an outdated piece of paper that needs major revisions. He made this clear – problem is that the Americans who voted for him either weren’t reading between the lines of his speeches or were too busy to do their homework before they pulled the voting lever. Now the country is being dismantled piece by piece and the government is telling everyone what to think- what to buy – and if you don’t like it they will shove it down your throat and charge you for the pleasure.

    • OneThinDime

      Did you forget Obama is 1/2 white? Yes he HATED his white mother and is RACIST against whites.

      • Tony Pogue

        I am not a racist, I hate his white half too.

        • OneThinDime

          Me too but my comment was directed at the whiner above.

      • friskyness

        I hate her too…….she should have had an abortion……………..

        • OneThinDime

          But he was a welfare ticket as were the next ones. And they all are Affirmative Action tickets.

        • Galatiansch2vs20

          No, abortion by human hands is wrong.

    • notebene

      Typical liberal progressive projection, I see! If it’s biggotted to hate a lying, cheating, dirtbag of a politician…color me guilty! I’m so sick of fools protecting the Imposter in chief from the mess he owns and created with his merry band of cronies! He has never done anything for anyone but himself and to advance his own warped agenda. His only motivation is his own greed and need for power he is incapable of handling!

    • Vorlath –

      Do you count Obama as being in the American public?

    • badbadlibs

      Try and remember, if you can, that Obama is as white as he is black. To which half are you referring?
      It is humanly possible to disagree with an ideology and not be a bigot. Change the channel from msnbc and tune out al Sharpton, et. el.

    • Lyle Coulter

      always the race card… get over it.

    • Only Democrats care about skin color …

    • Doc K
    • sdlare

      Pat, sometimes, in the REAL world, people who disagree with someone else do so, not because of that person’s physical appearance, but because their ideas are flawed, their ethics don’t exist, their truthfulness isn’t, their words are nothing but lies, their motives are dangerous and destructive, their speeches are false, their actions are much more damaging than their flowery words, and it wouldn’t matter if they were my father or brother, I would still disagree. There is no hate because the man is half black, there is hate because he is destroying our freedom, our economy and our country. That doesn’t make us racists, it makes us fed up AMERICANS.

  • Thomas DeCive

    A call to conservatives / constitutionalists / libertarians / classical liberals –

    It is clear — and yes, I’m willing to debate any person from the right’s opinion complex — that DC is invested in DC solely, that the federal government, and both parties who comprise it (with few very obvious exceptions: the GOP establishment, for example, will simply not back conservative candidates, even though it is conservative lawmakers, and those running for such positions, who are working overtly and unapologetically to try to reverse course on a tyrannical centralized concentration of power), are invested in their own self interests, first as incumbent politicians, second as power brokers, third as special pleaders for their various cronies and clients, and fourth as managerial technocrats willing to trade turns with Democrats managing an unwieldy and unconstitutional Leviathan whose various legislative and regulatory tentacles have strangled the states, reducing them to largely impotent appendages of federal power.. –

  • William

    ObamaNation and it’s minions are toxic to this country and our society.

  • Ron Gilbert

    What completely amazes me is that there are still so many of Obama’s followers that will defend each and every time that this fraud goes back on his word and then offers some lame excuse. How many times does someone have to lie to you before you get it that they are incapable of telling the truth?

    • badbadlibs

      I have contended for some time now, that those people you speak of are blinded by a force that is impossible to penetrate. They are the ones who would go down with the ship if the captain said it wasn’t sinking no matter how much water they were swallowing.
      I write them off and don’t even try to penetrate their thickened skulls. It’s a waste of time and effort.

      • Ron Gilbert

        I agree. God speaks of a time when people will not believe the truth but believe a lie instead. I believe that time may be here.

        • badbadlibs

          Yep, that’s exactly why I believe they are blinded by a force that is not possible to penetrate.

    • Pos Potus

      Ron, they have been mesmerized by Satan. He could lead their families off a cliff to save himeslf and they would still worship the devil.

      • Ron Gilbert

        Very true. We see that daily within the ranks of Islam as they sacrifice themselves to their false god allah (purposefully not capitalized). We have seen this in the US growing for some time now. Opening the doors to sin is the exact outcome of today’s society.

  • Loreena

    The Administration and their Ilk are using those who are the neediest to further secure their position of strength and then they will pull the rip cord and turn their backs on those neediest Americans who had the Administrations back. They will then be waaaay p!ssed off and have no where to turn but to chaos and rioting. The Administration will have their secure places with much food and drink, but what about you?

    Where will you be when the SHTF?

    • lawngren

      Where will I be? Hopefully out of here, in another country. I acquired an “escape passport” (#1 below) many years ago. It’s one of the features of my dual citizenship. (#2 below) They’re still available for anyone. I highly recommend you investigate the option.

      #1: “For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him. According to the Lord’s word, we tell you that we who are still alive, who are left until the coming of the Lord, will certainly not precede those who have fallen asleep. For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever. ***[escape passport]*** Therefore encourage one another with these words.” (1st Thessalonians 4:14-18)

      #2: “All these people [verses 4-12] were still living by faith when they died. They did not receive the things promised; they only saw them and welcomed them from a distance, admitting that they were foreigners and strangers on earth. People who say such things show that they are looking for a country of their own. If they had been thinking of the country they had left, they would have had opportunity to return. Instead, they were longing for a better country—a heavenly one. ***[dual citizenship]*** Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God, for he has prepared a city for them.” (Hebrews 11:13-16)

      • Pos Potus

        Yes, American’s have been mesmerized by the devil in the Whitehouse. The end of western civilization is unfoldind right before our eyes. Be Safe.

  • Loreena

    Watching Obama walk down the steps of Air Force One brings forth images of a female on a catwalk.

  • Thomas Walsh

    This is why Neil is the best anchor on Fox or anywhere else.

  • PVG

    Standing O from broke CA!

    • Galatiansch2vs20

      For his monologue- yes! RE: broke Ca: where democrats have ruined my native state.

      • IowaJoe56

        You probably should check the economics of Ca. again. A lot of change for the good has occurred.

  • Susan Claypool-Hunter

    Why can’t we impeach him, he is ruining OUR Country…..

    • Galatiansch2vs20

      The House should but haven’t. The Senate won’t oust him, but that should not prevent the House from doing their duty to our country.

    • Pos Potus

      NWO plan is in full effect. Expect a false flag that makes 9-11 look like childs play. Peace.

      • lyndaaquarius

        I’ve noticed that your remarks tend to be demoralizing,which is,of course,your right. Buck up!

    • Rachel

      We can’t impeach him because the Senate is controlled by the democrats. Even if we tried we would fail time and time again.

  • friskyness

    anyone who voted for Obama should be ashamed of themselves…..and apologize to America!

    • Ollie Oxenfree

      And get their teeth kicked in.

  • rocketw

    Why can’t everyone see what some of us saw five years ago – that Obama is a paradoxically bloodless leech whose appetite for the lifeblood of America is a bottomless pit? He IS gradually sucking us dry, and we’re all starting to feel a bit light-headed.

  • Lyle Coulter

    Let me be clear. Obama is a puppet as was his predecessor. Continuing the Left/right paradigm is only helping to destroy this nation. Obama is only doing what his puppeteers allow him to do. WAKE UP SHEEP!!

  • Pos Potus

    NWO is in full effect. Expect a false flag of monumental porportions in near future. All government officials know of the plan. This would explain why the king continues to commit illegal activities. Prepare for the end of western civilization. God Bless.

  • The worthless lying bisexual Muslim bastard, that some people call president, is living up to what we already knew about him… totally worthless..

  • Rita Underwood

    You Obama are the greatest salesman in the history of The United States You as president have sold America down the river.

  • clubgitmo

    The greatest liar in the history of this country. The fraud in chief.

  • tony_aiello

    He’s not broke! The country is broke and he just keeps on making it broker…….

  • Mike H1776

    There is much more than just his lies, there is the issue of the RFID Chips, the Muslim Exemption written into the law, and many many more things in this 11,000 page law and growing, that very few have even read.

  • mica

    I have no intension of signing up for Obama care. we the people see you for the liar that your are. We,are the people that think for ourselves and don’t take handouts. When you lie you repeat your self a lot or say Aaamm, or Aaa , you look into the crowed but not into the camera. The rest of the world is laughing at you. You will go down in history as the worst president the U.S has ever had. You will be the last and only black president America will ever have. You have so tarnish and disrespected the office of the presidencies, even if an other black male/female would try to run, even if the next black American to run for the office of president had good solid conservative morals.. people would remember what you did to us and some will say oh hell no look how the first black president screw up this country. You have so damaged raise relation in this country it will take decades to fix the brainwashing you have done. I heard one of your minions talk about your IQ of 120 and how intelligent you were REALLY? that is average I hate to brake your bubble.. Mine is 140 and I am just a middle age housewife.. my faults are my own and I own them I don’t blame others. You are a disgrace. You are not fooling me,
    Sign ( a strong will southern women)
    I love my country, my freedom, and I will defended it from the idiot in the

    • IowaJoe56

      The average IQ for the U.S, is 98 which ranks our country 19th in the world. Hong Kong was ranked as number one with an average of 107. Your comment would carry more weight with a more careful use of facts.

    • steve jackson

      right on housewife!! I share your sentiment. He (obama) is the worst POTUS we have ever had. It will take years, even decades to reverse the damage he he inflicted on this country. The bubble will burst and interest rates will be 10-12% in a few years and inflation will be off the charts!

    • Nonne

      It’s not Obama’s skin color, mica, it’s the fact that he is a Fascist. He does not support the free-market, and freedom loving Americans. He is successful in playing citizens against each other — black against white, rich against poor, religious against non-religious, capitalists against socialists. This breakdown in society will do longterm damage to our nation’s strength and resolve.

  • mica

    ..I search the net and this is what I came up with on IQ’s, Mensa was one source of info but their were many other sites
    . % of pop in general
    130-and above very gifted 3.1
    ,121 130-gifted, 6.3
    111-120 above average 15.6 what his( lib-tard) followers think he is. there is no empirical data on this, being he has never admitted to have taken an IQ test or having pass one.
    ,90-110 average, 51.6
    80-89 below average 15.7
    70-79 very impaired 6.4 what we know Obama is
    I took several on line IQ test just to make sure I was correct. I would like to apologize for my early miss quote. I only am gifted at 130.
    have a nice day

    • Thomas Merhout

      You do realize online IQ tests are completely bogus, yes? A real IQ test is administered by a professional and takes several hours. You’ve proven nothing but your own ignorance. Good thing you stay at home.

  • TokenGimp

    I’m more afraid of what we do not yet know about. Things in law we have yet to see.