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Jacques,
I never once spoke favourably of Mitt Romney.
He was a very poor choice right from the get-go.
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Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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Yes, American er hmm PATRIOT Lady, who is beseeching everyone to sign a petition asking for 20 states to secede and break up the country. Funny and strange patriot. Pravda and Putin surely put her up to this. The US bought Alaska,(Seward's folly) why not the Russians getting even and buying those 20 states,(Putin's folly). Putin's smart, I'm sure he'd insist on a money-back guarantee.
Will Texas secede? Petition reaches 25,000 signatures, triggering White House review

With more than 28,600 signatures collected since Nov. 9, a White House website petition from an Arlington, Texas man has attracted enough support to trigger an automatic review by the Obama administration.

Petitions submitted through the Obama White House’s “We the People” program “require a response” from the administration after they have attracted 25,000 signatures.

The Daily Caller reported Monday morning that since the day after President Barack Obama’s re-election, citizens from 20 states had submitted petitions asking for peaceful separations from the United States.(RELATED: White House website deluged with secession petitions from 20 states)

By Monday afternoon that number had grown to 25. <<<---<<

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/12/will-texas-...
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Christie-Palin2012 wrote:
American Lady wrote:
Monday, November 12, 2012
Teacher allegedly tells class Obama's re-election is 'America’s funeral'
Parents outraged as Louisiana teacher also tells 4th graders since Michelle Obama in charge of meals, kids will look like toothpicks in few months.
Read more: http://www.newstalk1230.com/cc-common/mainhea ...
The TRUTH!!!!!
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I agree with you. Teachers need to stay out of politics. But do you feel the same way when there is a Republican in the White House? My feelings on this subject do not change, teachers need to be apolitical but Libtards usually can't
Now, just as in voting fraud, 90% of this stuff is done by ..... Liberals!
You should know me better than that, Rogue. If, when Bush was president, and I ran a school, and a teacher of mine badmouthed Bush to grammar or high school studends, I'd have his/her ass, fire her/him on the spot.

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Oh, I sort of found it. It is the third cartoon on this link however on the one I received the second guys bubble had been rewritten.
http://parrysoundtarot.blogspot.com/2011/10/d...
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We Just Had A Class War .. And One Side Won

When President Obama took the stage at McCormick Place in Chicago well after midnight, we were all too wiped out with joy or depression or Nate Silver auto-refresh fatigue to pay careful attention to the speech the newly reelected president delivered. The phrase that lingered in most of our sleepy ears was the reprise of his career-launching invocation of the United States as being more than red and blue states. So soaring, so unifying. But those words were merely the trappings of magnanimity draped over an argument that was, at its core, harsher than the one he had regularly delivered during the campaign.


The telling phrase came when Obama turned away from the thank-yous and patriotic hymnals into the guts of his remarks.“Despite all our differences,” he transitioned,“most of us share certain hopes for America’s future.” The key term here is “most,” as opposed to “all”—“most” meaning less than 100 percent and possibly as little as 51 percent. He attributed to most Americans a desire for great schools, a desire to limit debt and inequality:“a generous America, a compassionate

Obama then proceeded to define the American idea in a way that excludes the makers-versus-takers conception of individual responsibility propounded by Paul Ryan and the tea party. Since Obama took office, angry men in Colonial garb or on Fox News have harped on “American exceptionalism,” which boils our national virtue down to the freedom from having to subsidize some other sap’s health insurance. Obama turned this on its head.“What makes America exceptional,” he announced,“are the bonds that hold together the most diverse nation on Earth. The belief that our destiny is shared; that this country only works when we accept certain obligations to one another and to future generations.” Obama invoked average Americans living out this ethos of mutual responsibility (such as a “family business whose owners would rather cut their own pay than lay off their neighbors,” the example of which stands at odds with the corporate ethos of a certain ­Boston-based private-equity executive). And even the line about red states and blue states began with the following statement:“We are greater than the sum of our individual ambitions.”


Presumably more was at work here than mere uplift. The president was establishing the meaning of his victory. Even in the days leading up to Tuesday, clouds of dismissal had already begun to hover overhead. The election was “small,” in the words of one story in the conventional-wisdom-generating machine Politico, and “too narrow and too rooted in the Democratic base to grant him anything close to a mandate,” in the words of another.“I don’t think the Obama victory is a policy victory,” sniffed Romney adviser Kevin Hassett.“In the end what mattered was that it was about Bain and frightening people that Romney is an evil capitalist.”

Like every president, Obama won for myriad reasons, important and petty. But his reelection was hardly small and hardly devoid of ideas. Indeed, it was entirely about a single idea. The campaign, from beginning to end, was an extended argument about economic class.
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Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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Yes, American er hmm PATRIOT Lady, who is beseeching everyone to sign a petition asking for 20 states to secede and break up the country. Funny and strange patriot. Pravda and Putin surely put her up to this. The US bought Alaska,(Seward's folly) why not the Russians getting even and buying those 20 states,(Putin's folly). Putin's smart, I'm sure he'd insist on a money-back guarantee.
MAAAAAAAnnnnnnnnnnnn I must be ALL powerFUL then!!!!!!!!!! huh??????

WHY aren't I president then?
IF I can bring that many people together!
AT LEAST I'm a NATURAL BORN CITIZEN!
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Christie-Palin2012 wrote:
Now I have asked this question over and over again and not one Libtards has had the gonads to take the question on.
I understand workman's comp but I do not understand why any business should have to contribute to any employees health care much less his spouse and children.
Let's say I go out hunting, fall out of a tree and break my leg. What does the people I work for have to do with it?
Come on now, any of you have half a brain?
Queston is irrelevant. The US should simply follow the lead of all other 33 OECD countries and have universal health care, no premiums by employers OR employees, and funded from the public purse. And lower those doctors' rates and surgery by at least 50% immediately. Highway robbery.
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Johannes wrote:
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You just might be the guy to do it except for your finger in your nose and another up your ass.
And still switching his fingers, ha ha. Does it to impress his, oh, this is too much, in stitches now, yes, to impress his beautiful nurse girlfriend who by now is reaching for her trusty needle. Is she can find a vein amid all that fat. Good luck with that, Nurse Ratched.
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Divided States Of America: 20 States Petition To Secede After Re-Election Of President Obama
Nov 12, 2012
ByKirsten West Savali

The states include Louisiana, Texas, Kentucky, Michigan, Colorado, New Jersey, Montana, Missouri, North Dakota, Indiana, Tennessee, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New York, Arkansas, and Oregon.

Dumbest think I have read, they should be focusing on how to kick the Marxist states out of the Union, even better, start purging the Marxist out of the government.

Wouldn't weary, Savali is a lib.

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NO more American Lady wrote:
YOU WERE WARNED!
100 Days - 100 Warnings (Video)
Congressmen, Governor, Ambassador Warnings
French President Sarkozy's Warning: Obama may be "Mad/Crazy"
POLL: 55% Believe Obama is a Socialist
http://commieblaster.com/
Er, Sarkozy lost his election months ago. He is no longer president. Hellooooo. Obama has an 80% favourable rating in France. Did you know that capitalist Switzerland has a socialist government? For the last 25 years now. I didn't think so. Am I losing you?
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Wannabe. Accept it!
I readily accept that Romney lost and Obama won. Yes. And you? Are you accepting it now? Is it seeping in?

Oh, haven't had the time to unearth those glorious victory posts of yours prior to election night. Not to worry, they are coming. Will you be denying you wrote them? Will you reply with profanity to your own words? Ha ha. How it must suck to lose numerous times every day of the year including Christmas and your birthday.
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Wannabe. Accept it!
oops, I'm curious. Wannabe who? You? Ha ha, gales of laughter. Wannabe the teacher? No thanks, she's ignorant and a hater. Like you. Wannabe who?
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Just as soon as you acknowledge that the levees that failed in NO were designed and built by the Army Corps of Engineers.
Theyu were, you're right. I checked. But Rogue will never admit it. He thinks maintenance is the same as building.
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LRS wrote:
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If I haven't cut the deficit in half by the end of my term, I will not seek re-election.....Omammie's word is shat!
He won, Rogue. It was a wish, not a lie. GWB's reason for invading Iraq was a lie. Do you see the difference now?

“Facts trump speculation”

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NO more American Lady wrote:
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Will Texas secede? Petition reaches 25,000 signatures, triggering White House review
With more than 28,600 signatures collected since Nov. 9, a White House website petition from an Arlington, Texas man has attracted enough support to trigger an automatic review by the Obama administration.
Petitions submitted through the Obama White House’s “We the People” program “require a response” from the administration after they have attracted 25,000 signatures.
The Daily Caller reported Monday morning that since the day after President Barack Obama’s re-election, citizens from 20 states had submitted petitions asking for peaceful separations from the United States.(RELATED: White House website deluged with secession petitions from 20 states)
By Monday afternoon that number had grown to 25. <<<---<<
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/12/will-texas-...
A petition for separation and $1.25 will get you a ride on the bus.
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LarrySinclair wrote:
Most of Obama's lectures as a Community Organizer started out with "You don't have to have been born here to help your community. I was born in Kenya."
He was always very proud of that fact until the powerful-elite picked him as their chosen one.
www.worldviewweekend.com
He won. Carry on
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America Got Stupid wrote:
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I thought you always kept it up, YOUR ASS!
But I don't switch from ass to nose to ass etc like you and your boy friend LRS.
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Oh Jacques you are just too funny. And I mean that in good way.

we need more good debunkers like you.:}
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wojar wrote:
<quoted text>A petition for separation and $1.25 will get you a ride on the bus.
There's money to be made of that, didn't ya know?
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NO more American Lady wrote:
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Will Texas secede? Petition reaches 25,000 signatures, triggering White House review
With more than 28,600 signatures collected since Nov. 9, a White House website petition from an Arlington, Texas man has attracted enough support to trigger an automatic review by the Obama administration.
Petitions submitted through the Obama White House’s “We the People” program “require a response” from the administration after they have attracted 25,000 signatures.
The Daily Caller reported Monday morning that since the day after President Barack Obama’s re-election, citizens from 20 states had submitted petitions asking for peaceful separations from the United States.(RELATED: White House website deluged with secession petitions from 20 states)
By Monday afternoon that number had grown to 25. <<<---<<
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/12/will-texas-...
Some patriot. Wanting to break up her country solely because her president is black. The nerve, sitting in the WHITE House. Start cleaning , boy, serve the drinks, THAT's all the WHITE House is to you.

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