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  • "Obamageddon" (great summary Short) is inevitable if this remains the same.

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  • '' 'Obamageddon' '', a [[portmanteau]] of the words "Obama" and "[[Armageddon]]" is a name given by self-describedl eading economic expert

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  • "Obamageddon" is now dragging down Dem candidates in reliably Democratic states like California.

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  • In 2009 Celente predicted turmoil which he described as "Obamageddon" and he was a popular guest on conservative cable-TV shows such as Fox News Sunday and Glenn Beck's television program.

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  • In 2009 Celente predicted turmoil which he described as "Obamageddon" and he was a popular guest on conservative cable-TV shows such as Fox News

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  • In 2009 Celente predicted turmoil which he described as "Obamageddon" and he was a popular guest on conservative cable-TV shows such as

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  • In 2009, Celente predicted turmoil which he described as "Obamageddon" and believes the Tea Party movement and tax protests are harbingers of revolution.

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  • [[User: DanieleGiusto | DanieleGiusto]] 16: 25, 10 February 2010 (EST): The more the liberals keep it up, the closer we move toward November's inevitable "Obamageddon" at the polls, and making '' 'The One' '' a one-term President in the tradition of failures like Jimmy Carter.

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  • 2009, Celente predicted turmoil which he described as "Obamageddon" and believes the Tea Party movement and tax protests are harbingers of revolution.

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  • They have tripled the deficit in a year under the Obamageddon policies rachel

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