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#62 - When they're passing bills like the NDAA, patriot act, and NDR…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... 0
User avatar #64 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
I really don't think that this little lie has any relevance with that stuff. and yeah all of that was some bullshit, I agree, but that's a different story, that's just a president approving of things the public does not approve of, that's not about him outright lying to anyone.

but anyway, I just wanted you to see that this little act shouldn't be the basis of judgement.
I'm not by any means saying "you shouldn't be worried or bothered about things this president has done or will do" I'm simply saying this particular incident isn't something to be worried about.
#60 - He said he shoots all the time at camp david, yet the people w…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... +2
User avatar #61 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
Well if you haven't noticed Bush's political public appeals, or Clinton's, or the first Bush's... I'd say get used to it because I doubt it'll stop any time soon. Every president does this. It's nothing to be worried about.
#62 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
When they're passing bills like the NDAA, patriot act, and NDRP, I worry about issues that this stunt could potentially effect.
User avatar #64 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
I really don't think that this little lie has any relevance with that stuff. and yeah all of that was some bullshit, I agree, but that's a different story, that's just a president approving of things the public does not approve of, that's not about him outright lying to anyone.

but anyway, I just wanted you to see that this little act shouldn't be the basis of judgement.
I'm not by any means saying "you shouldn't be worried or bothered about things this president has done or will do" I'm simply saying this particular incident isn't something to be worried about.
#56 - Same thing with Clinton lying about the blowjob, if he would l…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... 0
User avatar #57 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
what could he legitimately lie about that would make any impact besides votes? a white lie about him shooting a gun (which is quite possibly true, and he could just suck ass at it) is not going to make an impact on the important issues of the nation.
If any president tries to lie about things that affect the nation, they get kicked the fuck out, like Nixon did. Or almost did.

My point is I don't think it means we're in danger of getting hurt economically or in any other way just because he said he has a hobby.
#60 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
He said he shoots all the time at camp david, yet the people who work there have only seen him on the range one time and he stayed for 20 minutes fired one shot and left. It doesn't impact the nation but the fact that the highest ranking public official would lie about a issue to gain political ground is unsettling.
User avatar #61 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
Well if you haven't noticed Bush's political public appeals, or Clinton's, or the first Bush's... I'd say get used to it because I doubt it'll stop any time soon. Every president does this. It's nothing to be worried about.
#62 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
When they're passing bills like the NDAA, patriot act, and NDRP, I worry about issues that this stunt could potentially effect.
User avatar #64 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
I really don't think that this little lie has any relevance with that stuff. and yeah all of that was some bullshit, I agree, but that's a different story, that's just a president approving of things the public does not approve of, that's not about him outright lying to anyone.

but anyway, I just wanted you to see that this little act shouldn't be the basis of judgement.
I'm not by any means saying "you shouldn't be worried or bothered about things this president has done or will do" I'm simply saying this particular incident isn't something to be worried about.
#54 - He said he skeet shoots all the time, I would think one of his…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... +1
User avatar #113 - thetruepervysage (02/04/2013) [-]
Yeah, when I saw this the first thing I noticed was the placement of the stock. He would have dislocated his shoulder just shooting once like that.

Then, I went to the official page where this was posed. The white thing just coming out of the barrel with all the smoke is supposed to be the wad. If that is so then the shot should be in the picture. There is none. He isn't even firing live rounds if he did shoot for real.
#53 - Still, lying to try to score brownie points seems a little und…  [+] (7 new replies) 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... +4
User avatar #55 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
well... I fail to see what's so bad about it. If I were him I would still agree that yeah, it's a good idea to try to get on the good side of demographics that are in danger of lacking support. This is something that literally every other president has done.
I personally think it's a little ignorant to say he's a bad person in particular for doing that.
I really don't support a lot of what he's done, but I still don't think he's a terrible president.
#56 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
Same thing with Clinton lying about the blowjob, if he would lie about something as insignificant as that what's to stop him from lying about anything else? It's not the crime it's the cover up.
User avatar #57 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
what could he legitimately lie about that would make any impact besides votes? a white lie about him shooting a gun (which is quite possibly true, and he could just suck ass at it) is not going to make an impact on the important issues of the nation.
If any president tries to lie about things that affect the nation, they get kicked the fuck out, like Nixon did. Or almost did.

My point is I don't think it means we're in danger of getting hurt economically or in any other way just because he said he has a hobby.
#60 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
He said he shoots all the time at camp david, yet the people who work there have only seen him on the range one time and he stayed for 20 minutes fired one shot and left. It doesn't impact the nation but the fact that the highest ranking public official would lie about a issue to gain political ground is unsettling.
User avatar #61 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
Well if you haven't noticed Bush's political public appeals, or Clinton's, or the first Bush's... I'd say get used to it because I doubt it'll stop any time soon. Every president does this. It's nothing to be worried about.
#62 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
When they're passing bills like the NDAA, patriot act, and NDRP, I worry about issues that this stunt could potentially effect.
User avatar #64 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
I really don't think that this little lie has any relevance with that stuff. and yeah all of that was some bullshit, I agree, but that's a different story, that's just a president approving of things the public does not approve of, that's not about him outright lying to anyone.

but anyway, I just wanted you to see that this little act shouldn't be the basis of judgement.
I'm not by any means saying "you shouldn't be worried or bothered about things this president has done or will do" I'm simply saying this particular incident isn't something to be worried about.
#49 - He said he shoots all the time at camp david, his body languag…  [+] (9 new replies) 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... +4
User avatar #50 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
maybe he shoots all the time and sucks every time he does it. Though I'm 90% sure that's media bullshit that his advisors suggested for him to appeal to gun owners. I think Obama's a nice guy, but that quality about him is lost when he gives in to letting stupid appeal stunts like this go out.
not to say I support or don't support him, I just think he's a good person and forget that he's a politician.
#53 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
Still, lying to try to score brownie points seems a little underhanded.
User avatar #55 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
well... I fail to see what's so bad about it. If I were him I would still agree that yeah, it's a good idea to try to get on the good side of demographics that are in danger of lacking support. This is something that literally every other president has done.
I personally think it's a little ignorant to say he's a bad person in particular for doing that.
I really don't support a lot of what he's done, but I still don't think he's a terrible president.
#56 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
Same thing with Clinton lying about the blowjob, if he would lie about something as insignificant as that what's to stop him from lying about anything else? It's not the crime it's the cover up.
User avatar #57 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
what could he legitimately lie about that would make any impact besides votes? a white lie about him shooting a gun (which is quite possibly true, and he could just suck ass at it) is not going to make an impact on the important issues of the nation.
If any president tries to lie about things that affect the nation, they get kicked the fuck out, like Nixon did. Or almost did.

My point is I don't think it means we're in danger of getting hurt economically or in any other way just because he said he has a hobby.
#60 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
He said he shoots all the time at camp david, yet the people who work there have only seen him on the range one time and he stayed for 20 minutes fired one shot and left. It doesn't impact the nation but the fact that the highest ranking public official would lie about a issue to gain political ground is unsettling.
User avatar #61 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
Well if you haven't noticed Bush's political public appeals, or Clinton's, or the first Bush's... I'd say get used to it because I doubt it'll stop any time soon. Every president does this. It's nothing to be worried about.
#62 - niggermeganigger (02/04/2013) [-]
When they're passing bills like the NDAA, patriot act, and NDRP, I worry about issues that this stunt could potentially effect.
User avatar #64 - thepandaking (02/04/2013) [-]
I really don't think that this little lie has any relevance with that stuff. and yeah all of that was some bullshit, I agree, but that's a different story, that's just a president approving of things the public does not approve of, that's not about him outright lying to anyone.

but anyway, I just wanted you to see that this little act shouldn't be the basis of judgement.
I'm not by any means saying "you shouldn't be worried or bothered about things this president has done or will do" I'm simply saying this particular incident isn't something to be worried about.
#44 - "Yes, in fact, up at Camp David, we do skeet shooting all… 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... +1
#42 - I didn't insult anyone, I just said it was improbable he goes … 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... +3
#40 - Again, not sure why you're so hostile. 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... +3
#38 - It's not my fault Obama got himself caught in a lie. Not sure … 02/04/2013 on Coincidence....I think not... +3
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