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#178127 Nov 5, 2013
Hummm, new Gallup poll. Obama's approval rating down to just 39% which means he is down to the Democrat base and has lost the Independent Voters!!!
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West Sayville, NY

#178128 Nov 5, 2013

Win for Christie Jersey

Win for Terry Virginia

Win for de Blasio and Suozzi NY

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#178129 Nov 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Did you notice that Ron Paul campaigned for Cuccinelli and encouraged Libertarians to vote for him. The Libertarian candidate's poll numbers have slipped slightly and it looks like Cuccinelli has been the beneficiary.
As the Fairfax County polling stations are reporting a very light turn out so far. Fairfax is the Democrat stronghold in Virginia and if the Dems don't turn out, Cuccinelli will win!
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
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The Washington Post states otherwise.
Not only is turnout strong but those who support McAuliffe are busy walking the neighborhoods and organizing rides to polling places for those who need them.
Cuccinelli will lose. America will win.
Want to place a wager on the outcome?
Several points here. First the Wash. Post is a Liberal rag and report their slant. Next they said the turn out in northern Virginia is "steady" (as compared to "heavy").
This race is still in the air and we will not find out for at least a few more hours.

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#178130 Nov 5, 2013
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
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Did you sleep at the homeless shelter again last night?
Did you sleep at the gutter again last night?

“no one told me”

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#178131 Nov 5, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
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Are you using a proxy?
who wants to know? Or is your real name justice lrs?
Therealnews com

West Sayville, NY

#178132 Nov 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Hummm, new Gallup poll. Obama's approval rating down to just 39% which means he is down to the Democrat base and has lost the Independent Voters!!!
Obama is not a liberal/progressive.

Obama is a Centrist corporate Democrat loyal to Wall Street, Big Pharma, and Big HMOs, and Big Oil/Energy Just like Bush and Cheney.


Effective Date: May 28, 2003 /
I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President of the United States of America, find that the threat of attachment or other judicial process against the Development Fund for Iraq, Iraqi petroleum and petroleum products, and interests therein, and proceeds, obligations, or any financial instruments of any nature whatsoever arising from or related to the sale or marketing thereof, and interests therein, obstructs the orderly reconstruction of Iraq, the restoration and maintenance of peace and security in the country, and the development of political, administrative, and economic institutions in Iraq. This situation constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States and I hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.

“no one told me”

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#178133 Nov 5, 2013
wojar wrote:
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Liberals call white people honkies and crackers? That's interesting. Although I live in the so-called liberal Northeast in a mostly white town (>90%), I have been unable to find the Cracker & Honkey Club. And why isn't the town called Crackerville (or Honkeytown) since the white "libtard" majority here allegedly refers to themselves in this manner?
typical honky lib, you found the whitest town you could and called it home..........

“no one told me”

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#178134 Nov 5, 2013
wojar wrote:
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The 97% who will have the same coverage or better at comparable or lower price will decide that all the screaming and shouting from the RWNJs was just scare mongering. That is what the tea baggers fear most.
Hilarious, are you really that f ing stupid? Clearly your ox has not been gored, yet.

Wichita, KS

#178135 Nov 5, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
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Poor Dufus. Well I'll give you this much. You are always wrong, but at least you're consistent
LMAO!!! You should know about consistence, you have never been right.

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#178136 Nov 5, 2013
Therealnews com wrote:
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Most all except for Phony Baloney Reagan never went to church while 8 years in the White House.
Also, never invited Daddy Bush and Barbara to a private White House dinner.
Frank Sinatra yes, the Bush's no!
And do you know why Reagan did not go to a church while he was in office? Because he did not want to be a distraction.
Do you know Billy Gram attended prayer meetings in the White House?

“no one told me”

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#178137 Nov 5, 2013
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
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Your insecurity is showing again. I have no need to use other screen names. I can make you my bitch with just this one. LOL!
By the way, what is wrong with being a Muslim?
everything, for starters anyone who bows down on the ground 5 times a day is an you.

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#178138 Nov 5, 2013
Yep, Reagan was Godless but Obama is soooo religious he is both a Christian and a Muslim at the same time!

Public Prayer at Presidential Events: A Brief History
By Dan Gilgoff February 25, 2009

By Dan Gilgoff, God & Country

Reporting my piece on the Obama White House commissioning and vetting prayers for the president's rallies, I spoke with aides and official archivists for presidents going back to the Carter administration. I couldn't find a White House precedent for the Obama prayer program. The Reagan White House came closest. But I was intrigued by the aides' and archivists' reports on how public prayer figured—or didn't—into previous White Houses.

Aides from George W. Bush's White House said flatly that the White House wasn't involved in scheduling prayers at Bush events. Former Bush religious outreach liaison Bill Wictherman, who I quoted in my story, said that doing so would have caused a major flap: "If a similar thing had been done by President Bush's White House, I guarantee you there would have been a lot of people crying foul."

Other White House aides, meanwhile, noted that Bush started cabinet meetings with a prayer, with a different cabinet secretary offering one each time. "There was always a prayer before the cabinet meetings, and we would take turns," says Brian Montgomery, who ran the Office of Cabinet Affairs for Bush. "I remember [chief of staff] Josh Bolten doing part of his in Hebrew, and we all took note of it. The prayers were always pretty good. I was told it was tradition, but I can't be sure how far that goes back."

The Clinton White House avoided scheduling public invocations, despite Clinton's ease with quoting the Bible. "I don't have any remembrance of that happening other than at something like a prayer service," says Maureen Shea, Clinton's religious outreach liaison.

Kim Coryat, archives technician at Clinton Presidential Library, seconds that recollection: "I cannot remember seeing the transcript of an invocation at any nonreligious function or gathering."

President George H.W. Bush's events sometimes began with invocations, as did those for President Reagan. "I did see in the correspondence files where some writers were making themselves available for invocations for future trips, so at least it was understood that he did have them," says Lisa Jones, archivist at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.

Not so for President Jimmy Carter, the first modern evangelical president, who talked more openly of his personal faith than presidents and White House aspirants did at the time. "Despite his openness in interviews and his writings concerning his personal religious feelings, President Carter was very careful in his official speeches and meetings to avoid any charges of publicizing or evangelizing religion," says Albert Nason, archivist at the Jimmy Carter Library.

"For instance, he declined invitations from the Southern Baptist Convention to speak at their annual conference during his four presidential years, sending them only a tape of greeting and well wishes," Nason explained. "For this reason, except for speaking before a group such as the congregation of Ebenezer Baptist Church, where an invocation would be expected, I doubt if any invoking prayer occurred on occasions where Carter spoke, such as an otherwise secular event. Certainly it would not be a common occurrence."

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#178139 Nov 5, 2013
Now Jacqueau will probably claim that I plagiarized this but I do not claim to be the author. Neither did the friend who emailed it to me and it did not list an author.

Vet Caps and Morons. A few days ago my best friend from high school sent me a 'Viet Nam Veteran' cap. I never had one of these before, and I was pretty hyped about it, especially because my friend was considerate enough to take the time to give it to me.

Yesterday, I wore it when I went to Walmart. There was nothing in particular that I needed at the world's largest retailer; but, since I retired, trips to Wally World to look at the Walmartians is always good for some comic relief. Besides, I always feel pretty normal after seeing some of the people that frequent the establishment. But, I digress...enough of my psychological fixations.

While standing in line to check out, the guy in front of me, probably in his early thirties, asked, "Are you a Viet Nam Vet?"

"No," I replied.

"Then why are you wearing that cap?"

"Because I couldn't find the one from the War of 1812."

I thought it was a snappy retort.

"The War of 1812, huh?" the Walmartian queried, "When was that?"

God forgive me, but I couldn't pass up such an opportunity.

"1936," I answered as straight-faced as possible.

He pondered my response for a moment and responded, "Why do they call it the War of 1812 if it was in 1936?"

"It was a Black Op. No one is supposed to know about it."

This was beginning to be way fun!

"Dude! Really?" he exclaimed. "How did you get to do something that COOOOL?"

I glanced furtively around me for effect, leaned toward the guy and in a low voice said, "I'm not sure. I was the only Caucasian on the mission."

"Dude," he was really getting excited about what he was hearing, "that is seriously awesome! But, didn't you kind of stand out?"

"Not really. The other guys were wearing white camouflage."

The moron nodded knowingly.

"Listen man," I said in a very serious tone, "You can't tell anyone about this. It's still 'top secret' and I shouldn't have said anything."

"Oh yeah?" he gave me the 'don't threaten me look.'

"Like, what's gonna happen if I do?"

With a really hard look I said, "You have a family don't you? We wouldn't want anything to happen to them, would we?"

The guy gulped, left his basket where it was and fled through the door. By this time the lady behind me was about to have a heart attack she was laughing so hard. I just grinned at her.

After checking out and going to the parking lot I saw Dimwit leaning in a car window talking to a young woman. Upon catching sight of me he started pointing excitedly in my direction. Giving him another 'deadly' serious look, I made the 'I see you' gesture . He turned kind of pale, jumped in the car and sped out of the parking lot.

What a great time!

Tomorrow I'm going back with my Homeland Security cap.

Whoever said retirement is boring just needs the right kind of cap!

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#178140 Nov 5, 2013
Redneck girl comments on ObamaCare. You don't have to have an IQ over 90 to get it. But you do need a CQ (Commonsense Quotient) over 110 to get it.

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#178141 Nov 5, 2013
ChaunceyGardiner wrote:
By the way, what is wrong with being a Muslim?
There is nothing wrong with being a Muslim but to claim you are a Christian at the same time is just another Obama lie!

Wichita, KS

#178142 Nov 5, 2013
Ellen1 wrote:
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Answer: "The meaning of "and subject to the jurisdiction, thereof" has never changed" is correct.
And it does not mean, and has NEVER meant that a child born on US soil is subject to a foreign power EVEN if one or even two parents are citizens of foreign countries, EVEN if the child is a dual citizen at birth. With the minor exception of the children of foreign diplomats, EVERY child born on US soil is under US law subject to the USA and ONLY to the USA.
“Who does not know that every person born within the limits of the Republic is, in the language of the Constitution, a natural-born citizen.” Rep. Bingham, The congressional globe, Volume 61, Part 2. pg. 2212 (1869)”
Nor can it be doubted that it is the inherent right of every independent nation to determine for itself, and according to its own constitution and laws, what classes of persons shall be entitled to its citizenship.

Obama was born a citizen of his father's country, just a truth you can't deny and since the 14th amendment tells us who are citizens I have yet found a dual-citizenship status mentioned, therein.

Bingham was right in 1869, the 14th was ratified in 1868, which precludes children born in this country and subject to a foreign power from receiving US citizenship.

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#178144 Nov 5, 2013
dont snow me wrote:
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everything, for starters anyone who bows down on the ground 5 times a day is an you.
I have seen truck drivers on several occasions put a mat down behind their truck and pray towards Mecca and all that means they are devout Muslims. But we will never know about in public in Muslim countries that if you are not seen to pray, during the call to prays, you will probably be dropped down a well.
Like the president of Iran said, "There are know gay people in Iran"!
Therealnews com

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#178145 Nov 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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And do you know why Reagan did not go to a church while he was in office? Because he did not want to be a distraction.
Do you know Billy Gram attended prayer meetings in the White House?
Most all presidents attended church except for the Phony Baloney Ronald Reagan who lied about Iran/Contra.

Billy Graham was involved with all our recent presidents, not just Reagan.


Imperial Constantinian Christian elites ( Falwell, Robertson, Dobson, Hagee ) do not believe in the separation of church and state. Since Constantine’s conversion a terrible co-joining of the church and state was institutionalized.

The Republican right wing fascist party has implemented an imperial Constantinian fundamentalist empire.( Phony Christians )

They believe in the prosperity gospel, market spirituality, money-obsessed churches, tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans even after September 11, 2001 and in a time of war.
Bush fascist Republicans want to do away with all government social justice programs.

Constantine himself flouted his piety even as he continued to dominate and conquer peoples. Sound familiar?( George “W”rong Bush )

These Bush fascist fundamentalist Republicans are all drunk drinking the Rush “From Drugs” Lying Corporatist Limbaugh ( Kool-Aid )

Newt Gingrich and his neo-con Republicans took control of Congress back in 1994 to 2006. 12 straight years.

When Bush stole the election in 2000 most of his 8 years he had a Republican House, Republican Senate, Republican Governors of most States and Republicans in most State Houses all across America.

Plus the Supreme Court has been Rightwing Republican for decades.

The Republican party could have overturned Roe v. Wade for many years and they did not do it.

Republicans need that issue for votes so I believe they will never undo Roe vs. Wade.
Grand Birther

Painesville, OH

#178146 Nov 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Hummm, new Gallup poll. Obama's approval rating down to just 39% which means he is down to the Democrat base and has lost the Independent Voters!!!
Wow! This will be good to know in the next presidential election, in which Obama will not be a candidate.

The implications for the 2014 midterms are yours to devine, but let's keep your track record in mind. So far you've been wrong with every single prediction you've made.
Learn to Read

Greenwood, IN

#178147 Nov 5, 2013
Dale wrote:
<quoted text>LMAO!!! You should know about consistence, you have never been right.
So you claim that one person of significance has adopted play law? And that would be?

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