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David Brooks, a writer for the NY Times recently said during an interview, Obama has a manhood problem. When a writer for a leftist newspaper like the NY Times makes a statement like that, take it to the bank.

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David Brooks, a writer for the NY Times recently said during an interview, Obama has a manhood problem. When a writer for a leftist newspaper like the NY Times makes a statement like that, take it to the bank.

Putin knew that long before David Brooks.

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Yeah, right. Today Obama is a pushover. Yesterday he was a dictator. When you guys get your story straight, let us know.

Meanwhile, he's not weak just because we didn't start another war in Russia. And he's the only president who was able to get national health care legislation. So which story do you want to tell: he caved in on health care, or he rammed a bill down your throats?

He won. Twice. He's going to be president for another two and a half years. Grow up and get over it.

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Did you see that fool bowing to the robot?? Definately a manhood problem.

Usually the ones throwing around 'manhood' charges are typically very repressed themselves. So, take a deep breath, and let it all out. Tell us how your mom didn't love you when you were growing up.

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