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Obama to meet with former presidential candidate he called a job destroyer about how best to create jobs

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Michelle Malkin

**Written by Doug Powers

Picture it: You’ve just been re-elected as president, and you want some feedback on how to create some jobs. What’s one of the first things you do? Exactly — call up the guy your campaign portrayed as a heartless and possibly felonious job destroyer for his thoughts on how to turn the economy around and give the middle class a boost.

From ABC News:

President Obama will meet privately with former Republican rival Mitt Romney at the White House Thursday, their first meeting since the election, the White House announced Tuesday.

The president and the former GOP nominee will meet for lunch in the private dining room, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney announced in a written statement.





  1. hanoverfist

    November 29th, 2012

    Does anyone else imagin the end of Trading Places and the $1 bet.

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  2. Jack Daniels

    November 29th, 2012


    Yeah I do, and I would spit in his face to boot!

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  3. RANDO

    November 29th, 2012

    Better than meeting with Sharpton.

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  4. Tragic Redemption (formerly muddjuice)

    November 29th, 2012

    Okay….if he meets with it…..do we need more proof that this whole thing (republican and democrat) is a fixed game of hide the shell?

    It’s all the same government. Two wings of the same demon, preying on the taxpayer…..

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  5. serfer62

    November 29th, 2012

    The GOP needs to die, we don’t need another dole, mccain or romney…oh, wait there;s jeb bush!

    Die MFers

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  6. serfer62

    November 29th, 2012

    Oh, more good news from the GOP. They’re only gonna raise taxes by $1.9T! And the cuts may be as soon as 2040 or 2044!!!

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  7. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    November 29th, 2012

    And, of course Mitt, being a gentleman, will accept the invite instead of just telling the SOB to read his book. If Mitt were smart, he’d counter by inviting Obumfuk over to HIS house for PBJ and frank discussions.

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  8. Jack Daniels

    November 29th, 2012


    That opportunity came and went with Cain, and Palin, and we were told to stand behind Romney….Ha ha ha ha now look what its got us… those of us that saw this coming warned everyone this was going to happen…but would anyone listen?

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  9. Joe

    November 29th, 2012

    Romney should have declined the invitation, telling Obama he was speaking at F.U. University.

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  10. MNHawk

    November 29th, 2012

    Sucks having to man up and lead, doesn’t it? Good thing there’s always a Republican to lean on, and blame when your policies fail.

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  11. Tracy

    November 29th, 2012


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  12. Stirrin the B.S.

    November 29th, 2012

    Rush is on a roll today. Obamphuk has absolutely NO interest in creating jobs or avoiding the cliff. He wants to take the country over the cliff.

    His sole purpose is to get as many Republican fingerprints on his murderous plan (i.e. cooperate and “compromise” with him) that ultimately the Republican party will be destroyed when the economy tanks.

    The destruction of the Republican party is necessary for his ultimate goal, which is to “fundamentally transform” America into a European socialist nation. One party rule over a state-dependent majority population.

    Republicans aren’t thinking correctly. They assume that Obamphuk wants his legacy to be the same as their’s would be – job creation and a strong vibrant capitalistic economy. He wants his legacy to be, that he brought down the most powerful country in the world. Brought it down to the level of Europe and other impoverished countries. Blacks and minorities have never had a chance to make it in this country – the deck has been stacked against them. In his America, everyone would be equal – equally miserable and dependent.

    Rush advises the Repubs to walk away from any and all negotiations with him. Give him 100% ownership of what happens to the country. It doesn’t matter if Repubs are criticized and blamed for not cooperating. We’re going to get blamed for ANYTHING that we do – it doesn’t matter.

    Don’t go there Mitt!! Go home to your lovely wife instead.

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  13. super toe

    November 29th, 2012

    We are a joke. Of course Romney is going to meet him.
    If we aren’t wise to the fact after this election that there is little difference between Dems and Repubs we are a lost cause and have been for the last 25 years.
    The only thing that is going to remove these assholes from government is either the Second American Revolution or God Himself, sending a 9.0 earthquake directly to Washington. I’m up for either one.

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  14. Buck Ofama

    November 29th, 2012

    If Romney had a swinging set, which he obviously doesn’t, he’d tell Obama to go screw himself with a telephone pole.

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  15. thirdtwin

    November 29th, 2012

    I imagine a gayer version of Church Lady’s Superior Dance will be performed by Brack on this occasion.

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  16. Nutjob

    November 29th, 2012

    So let me guess, the jobs/budget meeting with Sharpton and his deer in the headlight morons didn’t pan out with anything productive?

    How about meeting will all members of congress or elected representatives from BOTH parties?

    Don’t give him any ideas Mitt, he was the 1 who was supposed to have all the answers and cures, not to mention will take credit for any of your ideas.

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  17. Nutjob

    November 29th, 2012

    Dear Barack,

    Have you tried the pre-schools for jobs/economy suggestions?

    Might be a little better qualified and productive then your mob friends who only know scams, campaign kickbacks, and dependancy.

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  18. Tragic Redemption (formerly muddjuice)

    November 29th, 2012

    @ super toe

    Have to say I agree. There used to be a difference between them, as far as what they actually did. Now, they talk different games but they all do the exact same thing.

    Nothing short of revival or revolution will change that….

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  19. Johnny Pickleduster

    November 29th, 2012

    Just goes to show you that Mittens was not really a conservative at heart. Just another butt sucking Rhino. If he a single shred of principle he would have told Obama to go piss up a rope. You don’t meet with the scumbag who is destroying your country and ran an evil, hate mongering campaign against you.

    Romney is a loser.

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  20. Please God, destroy DC

    November 29th, 2012

    Romney is going on the philosophy that “if you can’t beat ‘em, lick ‘em”.
    Chrissy Christy told him that it was surprisingly tastier than he had anticipated.

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