Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...
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#769952 Oct 12, 2012
mdbuilder wrote:
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I know why you lock your caps.
I know why your balls itch.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#769953 Oct 12, 2012
sonicfilter wrote:
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Was that before, or after.....
Mitt Romney’s comment that Russia is America’s “No. 1 geopolitical foe,” a red-meat line for Republicans, is also attracting some attention in Moscow.
Alexey Pushkov, chairman of the international affairs committee of the State Duma, said in a recent interview that Russian leaders have noted Romney’s comments with concern, and are watching with interest as neoconservative and “realist” advisers maneuver for influence within the campaign.
“We don’t think that for us Romney will be an easy partner,” said Pushkov, an ally of President Vladimir Putin.“We think that Romney will be, on the rhetorical side, a replay of the Bush administration.”
He also noted Romney’s statements that the United States should assert its dominance in the 21st century.
“If he is serious about this, I’m afraid he may choose the neocon-type people…In the first year of his presidency, we may have a full-scale crisis,” he said.
http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-ru...
This is how the quote started, please pay attention

" “That Mr. Romney considers us enemy number one"

“Stuffs gettin better ”

Since: Aug 12

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#769954 Oct 12, 2012
"When a wise man debates with a fool,the fool rages and laughs, and there is no peace and quiet"
Proverbs 29:9
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-NMxIzJ-ieao/UHgQJvw...
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#769955 Oct 12, 2012
Like Ron Paul? Avoid Mitt Romney
Libertarians are better off with Obama

If Paul supporters still believe their aims can be best advanced vis-à-vis the GOP, they are deluding themselves.

Rather than continue this abusive relationship, they must reevaluate — bearing in mind Paul’s track record of fruitful cooperation with the left, most notably Rep. Dennis Kucinich and Ralph Nader. Ron Paul faithful should thus take a cue from the man himself and reject Paul Ryan’s phony entreaties.

In states like New York, where the outcome is essentially predetermined, they should instead vote for a third-party candidate: Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party, Jill Stein of the Green Party, Rocky Anderson of the Justice Party or Virgil Goode of the Constitution Party.

In states that hang in the balance, such as Ohio, Florida or Virginia, they should pinch their noses and vote for President Obama — even if only to punish Romney, Ryan and the GOP.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/ron-paul-a...

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#769956 Oct 12, 2012
FREEDOM TO SPEAK wrote:
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Oh, put a sock in it, dumbfk, or is all your socks being used to make you look like you have a package to deliver?
Girl fighter!
Bill

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#769957 Oct 12, 2012
dem wrote:
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Fuzzy republican math.
t gives me a warm fuzzy feeling, just thinking of Republicans getting down to work with their new President in January.
FREEDOM TO SPEAK

Woodbridge, VA

#769958 Oct 12, 2012
dem wrote:
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Except for your mothers social security check, her pain killers, her car, her dignity.
I don't do drugs, and I have bought myself my own cars. I don't know how to hot wire one like you, but then I never a reason to, nor do I have a good excuse to mess up my life with drugs. Don't worry, they're all yours for the taking, dude!

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Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#769959 Oct 12, 2012
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Do you know the difference between a dirty bomb and a nuclear bomb? I don't think so...
Sure do. You have any idea how big a boom 50 megatons is?

Since: Feb 10

ny ny

#769960 Oct 12, 2012
For weeks many Beltway insiders had written off the Romney campaign as dead, saying the candidate had dug himself into too deep a hole with too little time to recover. However, with a month to go before ballots are cast, Romney has pulled even with President Obama, and the former Massachusetts governor credits his rejuvenated campaign to one, singular tactic: lying a lot.

“I’m lying a lot more, and my lies are far more egregious than they’ve ever been,” a smiling Romney told reporters while sitting in the back of his campaign bus, adding that when faced with a choice to either lie or tell the truth, he will more than likely lie.“It’s a strategy that works because when I lie, I’m essentially telling people what they want to hear, and people really like hearing things they want to hear. Even if they sort of know that nothing I’m saying is true.”

“It’s a freeing strategy, really, because I don’t have to worry about facts or being accurate or having any concrete positions of any kind,” Romney added.
Romney said he is telling at least 80 percent more lies now than he was two months ago. Buoyed by his strong debate performance, which by his own admission included 40 or 50 instances of lying in one 90-minute period, the candidate said he will continue to “just openly lie [his] ass off” until the Nov. 6 election.
Whether it’s a senior citizen, military family, working mother, businessman, or middle-class American, Romney said, he will lie to every single one of them as often as he can if that’s what it takes to win the presidency.

“The best part is, it’s really easy to lie,” said Romney, who added that voicing whatever untruths come into his mind at any given moment is an easy thing to do because all it requires is opening his mouth and talking.“For example, if someone accuses me of having a tax plan that makes no discernable sense, I just lie and say that I do have a tax plan that makes sense. I also say there is a study that backs up my plan. See that? Simple.

None of it is remotely true, of course, but now we’re moving on to the next topic because people are usually too afraid to ask me straight up if I’m lying, because that is apparently not something you ask someone who is running for president.”

Moreover, Romney said, if anyone does accuse him of lying, he will simply say he is not lying, which he noted is just an extension of the overall strategy.

“So, if I’m talking to retirees,” Romney continued,“I lie and say I’ll fight tooth and nail to save Medicare, which causes them to applaud. On the other hand, if I’m talking to the party base, I lie and say we have to cut Medicare, which causes them to applaud. So, you see, my goal here is to get everyone applauding for me, because if everyone is clapping their hands, standing on their feet, and shouting my name, that means they like me and will vote for me.”
Romney’s campaign advisers said that they adopted the strategy of lying a lot after realizing several things:(1) Lying sounds good, especially when the truth sounds bad,(2) the American media doesn’t care if you lie,(3) the American people don’t care if you lie, and (4) it’s okay to lie if you are very, very desperate to become the president of the United States.

“Most important, Mitt is comfortable when he is lying because then he doesn’t have to say anything bad. And in this last month it’s important that we just let Mitt be Mitt, whoever the hell that is.”
“It’s late in the game, but this campaign has finally found its groove,” Rhoades added.“And that groove is lying. Bald-faced, make-no-apologies, dirty, filthy lying.”
According to Romney, amidst all the lies, there is only one thing that remains true.

“I literally have no clue where I stand on any single issue at this point,” said Romney, adding that when it comes to women’s rights, gay rights, health care, the middle class, the economy, or the U.S. military, all he knows is how to lie about them.

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Razors Edge

Oak Lawn, IL

#769961 Oct 12, 2012
President Starky wrote:
"When a wise man debates with a fool,the fool rages and laughs, and there is no peace and quiet"
Proverbs 29:9
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-NMxIzJ-ieao/UHgQJvw...
good post starky,have fun with it on debate posts etc...biden
Phil

Saint Louis, MO

#769962 Oct 12, 2012
Obama is a joke wrote:
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Sadly, Obama supporters will believe anything to cover Obama's butt.
Your party is the one that believes every crazy conspiracy story that Fox reports.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#769963 Oct 12, 2012
dem wrote:
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The rats are still blamed for the Black Plague.
Actually it was the fleas on the rats.

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#769964 Oct 12, 2012
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>(Sept 14, 2012) After Mitt Romney was knocked back on his heels for commenting on the diplomatic attacks in the Middle East before all of the facts were in, advisers to the GOP nominee said he has yet to receive national security briefings from the Obama administration.
But those briefings will begin next week, a campaign spokesperson told CNN on Thursday.
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"For the last several weeks, the Romney campaign has been in touch with the intelligence community to arrange intelligence briefings for Gov. Romney and Rep. Ryan, consistent with tradition," the spokesperson, who declined to be named, told CNN. "They will begin next week and, beyond that, we will have no further comment."
"leosampleanus"
Why do you not comment on president nobama claiming the attack on our embassy was the result of a video? You forgot that fact?
Peace
KMA
Bill

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#769965 Oct 12, 2012
sonicfilter wrote:
This will apply to very few of you, but I'll share anyway.
By Daniel McCarthy
How Does a Traditionalist Vote?
An intelligent conservative’s guide to the presidential election
I’ve said on Facebook that I’m tempted to cut out the middleman this November and write in a vote for Goldman Sachs. But if you’re a traditionalist conservative and you want to accept one of the offerings officially on your ballot, which do you choose?
For partisans, this is a no-brainer. For conservatives in the vein of, say, Russell Kirk, it’s anything but. Faced with the non-choice between Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Thomas Dewey in 1944, Kirk said no to empire and voted for Norman Thomas, the Socialist Party candidate. There was no Fox News to tell him a conservative couldn’t do that.
For all that Kirk didn’t like libertarians —“chirping sectaries,” he called them — if he were in search of a peace candidate today he might well consider the Libertarian Party’s Gary Johnson. Or, closer to Norman Thomas, the Green Party’s Jill Stein.
There’s even an anti-empire case — not a strong one, but one outlined by Justin Raimondo here — for Barack Obama. The incumbent is at least incrementally better than his Republican rival on foreign policy. It’s impossible to imagine Romney not having done every bellicose thing that Obama that did in his first term (from ramping up the drone war in Pakistan to participating in the Libya attack), and Romney has promised a great deal more: more brinksmanship with Iran, more baiting of Russian bears and Chinese dragons, more taxpayer dollars for Pentagon pork. For a smaller military budget and the prospect of fewer wars — according to both candidates themselves — a pragmatic anti-empire conservative might lean toward Obama.
A traditionalist who prioritizes the Supreme Court and the possibility of eventually overturning Roe v. Wade will lean the other way. Romney may or may not appoint reliably right-wing justices, but Obama would invariably appoint more justices like Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. Just as there’s a chance of less war with Obama, there’s a chance of ending Roe — or moving in that direction — with Romney. Weigh the prospects.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articl...
It was oncesaid, its better to let people think you're a fool than to open your mouth and prove it to them. Same thing goes for posting on Topix, SFB.

“Amor patriae.”

Since: Feb 08

Eastern Oregon

#769966 Oct 12, 2012
Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
Russia says the Syria-bound plane intercepted by Turkey amid reports it was carrying cargo which could aid government war efforts was transporting a legal shipment of radar equipment.
"There were no weapons on the plane," said Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
His comments followed heated exchanges between Turkey and Syria over the exact nature of the items confiscated.
Turkey's PM earlier said Russian-made defence equipment was found on board - a claim Syria dismissed as a lie.
Damascus has challenged the Turks to put the seized goods on public view.
Relations deteriorated sharply last week after the deaths of five Turkish
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-199281...
Hey, thanks for being the voice of 'truth' for commies, muzzies, homies and Dems.
Phil

Saint Louis, MO

#769967 Oct 12, 2012
Obama is a joke wrote:
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#769890 23 min ago
FIRE THE GOP wrote:
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Hey! Penistaker!
Bring up some old schitttt?
How about Mitt Romney's Mormonism?
Did you know they wrote in their Bible: black people are marked because they are cursed by the Mormon God?
Cursed by God!
When Mitt Romney was teaching Mormonism in France in 1968: the official church position was no blacks allowed!
So let's bring up old schitttt!
Mitt Romney's Gran pappy's laid with many many many wives! Did you know that?
What are those family portraits like?
Mitt! Release the family portraits: these clueless on here are so into you!
RICH GUY TAX CUTS.
THAT IS WHAT MITT TRULY CARES ABOUT.
You? Not so much!
A Topix poster? Give me a break. You think that Topix posters think any religious view is off-limits? You stand corrected again.

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Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#769968 Oct 12, 2012
killtaker wrote:
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What are 'nuclear powered weapons'?
Aircraft carrier, submarine?
new yawk

Tonawanda, NY

#769969 Oct 12, 2012
Oh-Kay ... I had no intentions of visiting.

But, damn, now I can't even go on Holiday to Egypt either!!

Fine. I'll tour Italy instead.

Ah, Venice, Florence, under The Tuscany Sun!

Send you a postcard!

Gotta split. Have a good Week-End! ;)

PS Playing pool 2night. Odds in my favor. Throw down a sawbuck!
Or two. My Game's good for it! A'Ciao!
dem wrote:
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The opposition to Syria's controlling party, that the right demand we help, is in favor of Iran having nuclear powered weapons.
Can't win.
Stay the fk out. Please.
FREEDOM TO SPEAK

Woodbridge, VA

#769970 Oct 12, 2012
dem wrote:
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When dealing with the likes of you mutts I think I'm quite polite.
The Forum Fool is full of shit.
FREEDOM TO SPEAK

Woodbridge, VA

#769972 Oct 12, 2012
flack wrote:
<quoted text> Actually it was the fleas on the rats.
The crabs and the flleas are really working on him good. LOL

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