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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...

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#183144 Dec 30, 2013
Probably the most important 7 minutes you can listen to. This man is right on! Bless him. I hope he doesn't "disappear". Everything he says is spot on and the facts he points out are the facts. God Bless America

Should be required viewing by both sides of the issue of gun control/legislation....

Here is a man who knows the constitution.
http://www.youtube.com/embed/_T-F_zfoDqI...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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Ottawa

#183145 Dec 30, 2013
loose cannon wrote:
Jacques,
There is no amount of money you could pay me to chase a little white ball up and down the fairways all afternoon long.
Golf is a game for sissies.
It's a complete waste of time if you ask me..
It has been that way since time began.
loose
I can't play it either, but that's no reason for me to criticize it.

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#183146 Dec 30, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Your millionaire idol vacations like a billionaire wishes they could,but billionaires have to use their own money.
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps he should travel by bus, in the back?
Well, unless you are the bus driver, you are "in the back"! But the fact is the current president has spent more tax payers money in his first four years than the Evil Bush did in eight years.

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#183147 Dec 30, 2013
WelbyMD wrote:
<quoted text>Hence BHO not NBC(natural-born citizen). But worse than that Obama was born 100% Brit in Kenya before his adoption as 100% Indonesian.
Learn to Read wrote:
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Doc 100 percent BSC
Oh, did someone push your button?

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#183148 Dec 30, 2013
The Honorable Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>None what-so-ever! Thanks for asking though, fluffybritches! As the song says, my future is so bright, I gotta wear shades! LMAO!!!
Learn to Read wrote:
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A pathetic ignorant moron "wearing shades". I'll bet he wears mirrors and pretends he's "Buford T"!
Your like a puppet on a string.

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#183149 Dec 30, 2013
wojar wrote:
2013 saw the biggest stock market gains in over a decade. Guess that communism is good for the stock market!
Obskeptic wrote:
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No its not, but creating 85 billion a month in new treasury notes that are used to by our bonds has created a bubble, and most of us know what happens to bubbles Wojar. So you're a communist are you? Why do you live in America when there are so many great communist countries that you could be enjoying?
I wonder if he has noticed that every time there is bad news on ObamaCare, the stock market shoots up? Is it because see ObamaCare as an albatross around America's economic neck. Yep, if ObamaCare fails, it will be good for the working (and people who want to work) people.
Yep, on October 8, 2013 the DJIA was just 14, 776 when the first bad news about ObamaCare hit and it has goon up about 1,700 points since then. This is the ObamaCare Failure Rally!!!
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#183150 Dec 30, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>WelbyMD wrote:
<quoted text>Hence BHO not NBC(natural-born citizen). But worse than that Obama was born 100% Brit in Kenya before his adoption as 100% Indonesian.

Oh, did someone push your button?
No. Someone posted a bunch of nonsense. Did my laughing at your cousin upset you?
Learn to Read

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#183151 Dec 30, 2013
Great news Birfoons. Senator Ted has finally started the process of renouncing his Canadian citizenship. He expects it to take less than a year!

I'm still not clear how Ted pretends that anything his lawyers do when he's 50 can impact his citizenship at birth, but Ted never has been one to dwell on details
Learn to Read

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#183152 Dec 30, 2013
Isn't it sweet how Rouge Moron rushes to defend the honor of his Birfoon brethren? Careful Rouge. You know how homophobic Romper is. Too much display of your man-crush may cause him to break out in hives.(And too many misuses of "your" vs "you're" could have even more dire consequences)
Slick Willie

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#183153 Dec 30, 2013

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#183154 Dec 30, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
Great news Birfoons. Senator Ted has finally started the process of renouncing his Canadian citizenship. He expects it to take less than a year!
I'm still not clear how Ted pretends that anything his lawyers do when he's 50 can impact his citizenship at birth, but Ted never has been one to dwell on details
When is Obama going to renounce his Kenyan citizenship? Indonesian?
Frank

Veradale, WA

#183155 Dec 30, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
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No. Someone posted a bunch of nonsense. Did my laughing at your cousin upset you?
Jane and Bryant hosting The Today Show, it's 1982-1989 all over again.. Not even close, we didn't have am arrogant left wing narcissus occupying The White House from 1982 to 1989.

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#183156 Dec 30, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
Isn't it sweet how Rouge Moron rushes to defend the honor of his Birfoon brethren? Careful Rouge. You know how homophobic Romper is. Too much display of your man-crush may cause him to break out in hives.(And too many misuses of "your" vs "you're" could have even more dire consequences)
How about the New York Times trying to cover Hillary's butt on Ben Ghazi?

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#183157 Dec 30, 2013
wojar wrote:
2013 saw the biggest stock market gains in over a decade. Guess that communism is good for the stock market!
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
[QUOTE who="Rogue Scholar 05"]

Obskeptic wrote:
<quoted text>
No its not, but creating 85 billion a month in new treasury notes that are used to by our bonds has created a bubble, and most of us know what happens to bubbles Wojar. So you're a communist are you? Why do you live in America when there are so many great communist countries that you could be enjoying?

I[QUOTE] Rogue Scholar 05 wrote
<quoted text>
I wonder if he has noticed that every time there is bad news on ObamaCare, the stock market shoots up? Is it because see ObamaCare as an albatross around America's economic neck. Yep, if ObamaCare fails, it will be good for the working (and people who want to work) people.
Yep, on October 8, 2013 the DJIA was just 14, 776 when the first bad news about ObamaCare hit and it has goon up about 1,700 points since then. This is the ObamaCare Failure Rally!!!
I wonder why Learn to Read will not comment on the cause and effect involving the effects of ObamaCare troubles and the Stock market spiking? DJIA up 1,700 points in less than three months! WHY is that Learn to Read???

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#183158 Dec 30, 2013
And the Libtards think Obama has done a good job when in fact this is the worst economy since the Great Depression.

5 Ways Headline Unemployment Hides How Bad It Really Is
Dan Ritter Google+ Twitter | December 30, 2013

In November, the headline unemployment rate in the United States fell 0.3 percentage points to 7.0 percent, the lowest rate in five years. Total non-farm payroll employment rose by 203,000, and the total number of unemployed persons declined to 10.9 million.

The news, at a glance, was great. After years of underwhelming economic growth, it appeared as if the labor market was finally getting ready to leave the hospital. The U.S. Federal Reserve, playing doctor, announced in December that it would begin tapering asset purchases in January, effectively lowering the economy’s prescription of stimulants and signalling faith in the recovery. Fed policymakers project that headline unemployment will end 2014 in a range between 6.3 and 6.6 percent, a more optimistic outlook than was offered in September.

But labor market data is opaque, and the headline unemployment figure masks important characteristics such as marginally attached or discouraged workers. The headline rate is also sensitive to changes in the labor force participation rate, which, if it falls, can bring down unemployment without any jobs actually being created. Let’s take a look at a couple of ways in which labor market data can be misleading.

http://wallstcheatsheet.com/stocks/5-ways-hea...

1. Labor force participation

Headline, or U-3, unemployment is calculated by the Bureau of Labor Statistics as the total number of unemployed people as a percent of the civilian labor force. The labor force is those adults (aged 16+) who either are working, or are looking for work. The labor force calculation excludes those in the military, institutionalized, retired, or anyone who is simply unwilling or unable to work. As of November, the civilian labor force in the U.S. was 155.3 million. With 10.9 million total unemployed people in the country, this yields a headline unemployment rate of 7.0 percent.

Labor force participation is most often talked about as a rate — that is, what share of the total U.S. population is participating in the labor force? In November, this was 63.0 percent, a rate that is about three percentage points below its pre-crisis level. The graph below shows that the labor force participation rate has declined fairly dramatically in the wake of the recession.

There are a couple of reasons why this is happening. One reason is that the Baby Boomer generation is beginning to retire, but another reason is that works have become discouraged and simply left the labor force. This kind of exodus from the labor force can put downward pressure on the headline unemployment rate even though labor market conditions aren’t actually improving.

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2. Marginally attached or discouraged workers

3). Employment-to-population ratio

4. Job seekers versus job openings

5. The quits rate

The quits rate is simply the rate at which workers quit their jobs. At a glance, people may not read into this number, but economist Paul Krugman does. Krugman recently argued in a New York Times op-ed that a low quits rate suggests that works are afraid to quit their job, even if they are unhappy, because they fear they won’t be able to find another one. He described this phenomenon as “The Fear Economy.”

“The fact is that employment generally involves a power relationship: you have a boss, who tells you what to do, and if you refuse, you may be fired,” he wrote.“So employment is a power relationship, and high unemployment has greatly weakened workers’ already weak position in that relationship.”

Learn to Read

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#183159 Dec 30, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>When is Obama going to renounce his Kenyan citizenship? Indonesian?
He'd have to get them first ...
Learn to Read

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#183160 Dec 30, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Jane and Bryant hosting The Today Show, it's 1982-1989 all over again.. Not even close, we didn't have am arrogant left wing narcissus occupying The White House from 1982 to 1989.
Speaking of someone posting a bunch of nonsense ...
Learn to Read

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#183161 Dec 30, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>How about the New York Times trying to cover Hillary's butt on Ben Ghazi?
How about it? I'm sure Romper loves it when you whisper "Ben Ghazi" but it has no relevance to the Great Birfoon fable

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#183162 Dec 30, 2013
Atticus Tiberius Finch wrote:
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There are "new treasury notes" that are being circulated when the Fed buys 85 billions dollars of bonds from the banks each month. It is an accounting transaction. What it does it give banks additional 85 billions a month to lend money to customers so that customers can buy cars and homes.
If the Fed did not buy bonds from the banks, that money would part of the reserve required by the FDIC. What the fed does is give the bank a "credit" in its reserve account so that the bank can lend money that otherwise will still be its reserve.
As of December 27, 2013, Banks in the United States have total assets of over 14 TRILLION dollars. http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8/cur...
As such, this accounting transaction in one year is only 7.28% of the total assets held by United States banks.
Correction:

There are NO "new treasury notes" that are being circulated when the Fed buys 85 billions dollars of bonds from the banks each month. It is an accounting transaction. What it does it give banks additional 85 billions a month to lend money to customers so that customers can buy cars and homes.

If the Fed did not buy bonds from the banks, that money would part of the reserve required by the FDIC. What the fed does is give the bank a "credit" in its reserve account so that the bank can lend money that otherwise will still be its reserve.

As of December 27, 2013, Banks in the United States have total assets of over 14 TRILLION dollars. http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h8/cur...

As such, this accounting transaction in one year is only 7.28% of the total assets held by United States banks.

“ad maiora nati sumus ”

Since: Sep 09

Justice Scalia is an Oxymoron

#183163 Dec 30, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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When is Obama going to renounce his Kenyan citizenship? Indonesian?
Doesn't need to.

As for his Kenyan citizenship, if you took the time and effort to read Chapter VI, Section 97 of the Kenya Constitution you will find the following:

97. Dual citizenship

1. A person who, upon the attainment of the age of twenty-one years, is a citizen of Kenya and also a citizen of some country other than Kenya shall, subject to subsection (7), cease to be a citizen of Kenya upon the specified date unless he has renounced his citizenship of that other country, taken the oath of allegiance and, in the case of a person who was born outside Kenya. made and registered such declaration of his intentions concerning residence as may be prescribed by or under an Act of Parliament.

As such, Obama having dual citizenship (United States and Kenya) cease to be a citizen of Kenya on his 21st birthday because he didn't renounced his citizenship of the United States, took the oath of allegiance to Kenya and registered such declaration of his intentions.

As for being a citizen of Indonesian, it never happen.

Why? In order to become an Indonesian citizen, the person must have met the residency requirement of minimum 5 continuous years or least 10 years of non-continuous basis. In Obama's case, he lived in Indonesia from 1967 to 1971, which was FOUR YEARS. He then moved to Hawaii in 1971. By the time he was twenty years old in 1981, he had lived in Indonesia for a period of only FOUR YEARS so he clearly did not meet the residency requirement to become an Indonesia citizen.

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