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Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 9/21/14

This isn’t the first time that Paulina Gretzky was spotted partying with a Barack Obama puppet. However, this time around it is far more entertaining. All you conservative nuts can calm down and relish in the fact that Paulina is on your side after the liberal false alarm back in September. Kudos to the Toronto Sun for pulling this picture from Paulina’s Instagram profile before her publicist made her delete it. They must have some intern refreshing her account at all hours, because if it got by us you know she deleted that thing quickly. Below you’ll find some more photos of her election day escapades. Keep doing you, Paulina, keep doing you. [h/t Toronto Sun] [Photos via Paulina Gretzky Instagram] Filed under: Girls, Hockey, TMZ RSS

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  • I served our country for 20+ years. I never witnessed people show so much hate and disrepect for a sitting president.I served under a president who lied to those of us who served and the public about Weapons of mass destruction that did not exist. There are men/women who loss their lives because of this. The present commander-in-chief did something that did not occur while I was on active duty. He orchestrated and led the discovery and end of Osama Bin Laden who took so many innocent lives. He is concerned about everyone having health care. He worked to make sure that people who want to earn their degrees could still get financial assistance. The sitting president has been engaged and involved in helping Americans who arewilling to work hard for what they desire. Despite his efforts, we see images where people have put him in a noose..Ann Coutre calls him retard...this woman has him as a puppet to play with. For those Americans, who ponder why people of color still feel mistreated...well these are the examples that keep people from trusting and coming together.
  • You go! Well spoken!
  • For starters we're in the greatest economic turmoil since the great depression, and we have a president who hasn't done much but continues to pile on to the mountain of debt that the US government has continued to incur. Yeah he’s created all these cute government funded programs using all of our tax dollars, like Obamacare, and also made it easily accessible for anyone to attend college. What you fail to realize is that all these cute government programs are being funded by money that doesn’t exist. He’s spiraling college students further into debt that will only hurt the US even more in the next couple of years. We now owe China trillions of dollars, unemployment isn’t that much better 4 years ago, inflation is going through the roof. So what has Obama done, he’s taken something like 180 vacation days during his first 4 years. Because apparently to Obama; gay marriage, equal pay with women, raising taxes on the wealthy, and immigration reform are way more important than anything dealing with this declining government. He sadly won by a landslide, not because people know Obamas policies or general politics, but because he’s “cool”. Did that answer your question?
  • Get a freaking clue.

    Barack Obama is the greatest president this country has seen since Bill Clinton. He is leading this nation out of the worst economic recession since the great depression, a recession caused by almost 10 years of failed Republican economic policies, in addition to failed foriegn policy that led to two wars and cost thousands of american lives.

    The only thing Barack Obama has really failed to do is to put the incompetent, criminally minded former leadership in jail, where they belong. George Bush, Dick Cheney, and Donald Rumsfeld, along with dozens of their underlings and cronies, all owe this country the rest of their lives behind bars for the crimes against democracy, freedom, and decency that they committed.

    And the truth is, those of you who get all your news from Fox Noise and believe all the lies and distortions they peddle, no longer represent enough votes to swing a presidential election. We will never again go down the failed paths of the past, and let this nation be wrecked by idiotic fiscal policies and ignorant foreign policies.

    We have real leadership now. And we're guaranteed four more years of it, thanks to the new super majority of voters comprised of the people this country was built by and for.

    Karl Rove just wasted $300 billion dollars and the people who put that money up are never going to make that mistake again. It will be a long, long, LONG time before any presidential candidate who embraces extreme right wing idealogy mounts a serious candidacy... if ever. You lost. BIGTIME. Wake up and experience reality. You lost because you are WRONG about the most important financial and social policiy issues of our time, and our future and the majority of the american people KNOW IT, down to their bones.

    If the future frightens you so much, and you're so consumed by your fear you can't self-re-educate and realize what is really happening, and you prefer to wallow in igorance and hate, go right ahead. Go to Texas -- I hear they want to secede from the union. Which would be fantastic, because the loss of Texas' electoral votes, congressional reps, and senate seats, would create an instant and lasting Democrat supermajority in the house, and we'd be able to pass all the bills we need to without insipid gridlock foisted on us by the simpering Republican house leadership.

    And as a bonus, everyone who can't stand the thought of real democracy and freedom can just move to the new republic of Texas.
  • Thanks for keeping it real. Unfortunately, people don't understand the reason he is disliked by those that see the US in decadence, has nothing to do with the color of his skin, but his inability to keep his promises and turn things around. This has nothing to do with race but those that don't agree w/the President are considered racists. Funny, when people didn't agree w/Bush it had nothing to do with the fact that he was white.
  • Listen I was in the Vietnam era where thousands of solders were left behind. You should not complain about three blessed souls that died for a great cause.A real solder knows what to expect when they sign up to protect this great country and to be an ambassador of peace to the world. This sick woman here and anybody that feels like she does needs to go and live in a third world country. Obama did a lot in 4 years and why do stupid people think that he should come in and correct what Bush did in 8 years in 4?
  • Another bored,sad,spoiled rich white girl with no sense of purpose in life or any values or self respect.
  • ...
  • Ok #1 there is sound evidence that both Clinton and Bush had the chance to pull the trigger on Osama, from who? the former director of the CIA. Stated plain and simple that the both had the opportunity,Bush twice, but flinched. Got a problem with that? Talk to him, should have no problem with that since you seem to have a very high opinion of yourself. And as far as Sanity's comments, I live in a highly militerized area, repesented by all branches of our fine militery. And I see far more Marines stickers,banner,flags than any other branch. It is good to be proud of your service, and branch. But don't go trying to put down any one else's service, or say that Marines don't self-promote, because you are just F.O.S.
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