Barack Obama, our next President

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“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#772321 Oct 15, 2012
sonicfilter wrote:
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There are problems. Voter fraud is not one of them. Incorrect registrations do not lead to voter fraud. Look at the FOX post. "Election fraud" Not one word of someone committing fraud at the polls. Because it doesn't happen.
Here's one word:
Wendy Rosen, 57, who was running against Republican Rep. Andy Harris in Maryland’s 1st Congressional District, said she registered to vote in Florida to support a "very close friend" running for the St. Petersburg City Council and to vote on local issues there, the Sun reported. She voted in elections in both Maryland and Florida in 2006 and 2008 and said she was able to register in Florida because she owned property there.
According to the libs--this didn't happen. Coo coo.

Since: Sep 08

Joliet, Illinois

#772322 Oct 15, 2012
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text> You posted a slur.
Have you ever heard the phrase "don't send a boy to do a man's job?"

There isn't one ounce of racial anything in that phrase.

I did imply Obama isn't the right person for the job of POTUS, but it most certainly isn't because he happens to be half white and half black.

The problems I have with Obama all have to do with his Anti-American pro socialist attitude.
fred

Milford, CT

#772323 Oct 15, 2012
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Getting a new heart (probably from China via Israel) to replace his old grinch-three-sizes-too-small one that he had destroyed through smoking, drinking, hating...be nice if the Teabangelicals were right about there being a special place in Hell for people like Sith Cheney.
The lazy Kenyan lied. American's died in a terrorist attack on 9/11

JOURNALISM: The NYT kept the Libya hearing off the front page because “It’s three weeks before the election and it’s a politicized thing…”“Is the Libya scandal as big as Watergate? The substance of it may be much worse than Watergate, and the Obama administration seems not to have heeded the old Watergate lesson that it’s the cover-up that gets you
Jane Says

New York, NY

#772324 Oct 15, 2012
Failure, Failure EVERYWHERE: Barack Hussein Obama's Policies:

His failing record EVERYWHERE:

On Russia, Team Obama’s policy has gone from “reset” to “regret.” Remember Obama’s open-mike moment, when he told Russia’s then-president that he’d have more FLEXIBILITY after the election?

The question is: FOR WHAT? He’d already scuttled the Bush-era missile-defense program in Eastern Europe (aimed at Iran) due to Russia’s objections — and then he gave Moscow a sweetheart deal with the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.

In Asia, China is throwing around its weight, especially in the South China Sea. Team Obama is promising a Pacific “pivot” to counter China’s rise, but with $500 billion to $1 trillion in defense cuts coming, it’s hard to see what’s going to be left to pivot, aside from rhetoric.

And on the home front, there’s been a long series of TEAM OBAMA LEAKS OF SENSITIVE INFORMATION on operations from the bin Laden killing to cyberattacks on Iran’s nuclear program, as well as how we foiled the Underwear Bomber II plot.

Such “ball-spiking” needlessly puts brave Americans (and our partners ) in harm’s way.

When he took office almost four years ago, President Obama promised us that he’d improve America’s position in the world, starting with his GLOBAL APOLOGY TOUR.(YOU CAN SEE EXACTLY WHERE OBAMA STOOD TO GIVE THE CAIRO APOLOGY SPEECH: IT'S THE THIRD BURNING CAR ACROSS FROM THE BURNING AMERICAN FLAG NEXT TO THE BURNING AMERICAN EMBASSY).

Sadly, he’s delivered pretty much the exact opposite — and hasn’t given us a hint of what he’d do to reverse the decline. That’s a big problem not only for us, but for our allies and friends, too.

“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”

Since: Jul 08

When's dawn?

#772325 Oct 15, 2012
Eman wrote:
<quoted text>
We know you have a big vagina, but do you need to call it a "pool"?
I hope you give Pedro hazard pay.
Au contraire, mon duper...it's very obvious that Gunner and his Rubber Czech bitch know absolutely nothing about vaginas...or anything. Only lame misogynist insults come easily to the hopelessly frustrated impotent.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#772326 Oct 15, 2012
Jane Says wrote:
<quoted text>you really are looney tunes. meanwhile, the illegal alien pool boys probably run screaming from your yard.
He was last seen cleaning lily's vagin...er, pool. I hope the poor guy is OK.
And so it goes

Gering, NE

#772327 Oct 15, 2012
Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
<quoted text>
Elect Romney and rape will be legal
You are gift that keeps on giving. The strange hyperbole of the frustrated is in every post. Unless you actually believe this crap.
mr owl II

Oklahoma City, OK

#772328 Oct 15, 2012
Dems, tax money, and a shout-out to Martha Stewart...

"Jackson Jr. Allegedly Misused Campaign Funds For Home Decor: Report"

http://www.nbcchicago.com/blogs/ward-room/Jac...

Since: May 11

Newville, PA

#772329 Oct 15, 2012
Eman wrote:
<quoted text>
Why should people hand more of their money over to the government?
Still can't remember what happened on 9/11/2001 I see. Maybe some ginkgo will help.
BTW, the Trillion dollar deficit was in a large part due to TARP, which Obama not only voted for but spoke on the senate floor in support of.
I get it, Bush & Ryan get a pass for doubling the national debt, a near financial meltdown, housing collapse & two quagmire wars because of 9-11 yet Obama doesn't get sh*t for entering office with the absolutely worse economic conditions since the Great Depression.

This is why you are such a hypocrite.

The economy did not suffer greatly because of 9-11. Bush cut taxes during a time of war & expansion of government.

Sure Obama supported Tarp, It saved us from a depression. TARP countered the near financial collapse that Bush reigned over. Romney supported TARP. Paul Ryan bitches about TARP but Ryan voted for it. TARP was one of the few good things Bush did.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#772330 Oct 15, 2012
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
According to Paul Ryan, we should make no effort to raise revenues or cut spending unless that one action will eliminate the national debt.
Look, the idiot Ryan basically said it is a waste to consider raising the rate on the wealthy because the billions of dollars it would bring in to lower the deficit was not worth it.
So why is killing Big Bird to save 400 million worth it?
Well, most people happen to agree with Ryan. The problem isn't not enough revenue for the government. The problem is the government spends too much money. So, the answer is for the government to spend less money.
But, let's talk about what the Democrats propose:

If you listened to the debate, you heard the central point from Ryan that proves the Democrats are lying bullshitters with the alterior motive of taking over the government.

If the government goes bankrupt, the Democrats will attempt to take control of everything using that as an excuse to claim "emergency measures" are necessary. So, how do you make the US government go bankrupt?
Create a situation where it is impossible for the government to generate enough revenue to pay for the programs instituted. The only plan for revenue the Democrats have is to make the so-called "rich" pay more taxes.

How about this fact:

The total earnings of the top 10 percent do not equal the deficit the Democrats created. Thus, in accordance with the Democrats' "plan" (they really don't have a plan for government. If they had a plan, they'd have a budget for that plan. An idiot knows this) the government will never be paid for and the debt continues to grow until it becomes impossible to pay.

So, here's the question no Democrat has answered:

Since it's a fact that the people the Democrats want to tax to pay for the government they created don't have enough money to pay even if the Democrats tax them at 100 percent and make them destitute, from whom will the Democrats get the money they need to pay for the government they created?

You actually have to identify the people who will pay more to the government to pay for what the Democrats are doing to answer this post.

Who will the Democrats raise the taxes on when it becomes obvious the so-called "rich" don't even have that much money to be taxed?
FIRE THE GOP

Lillington, NC

#772331 Oct 15, 2012
fred wrote:
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Crazy Joe is insane and a national security threat
CONN CARROLL: Romney’s Best Ad Yet.“Mitt Romney’s campaign wasted little time in capitalizing on Joe Biden’s maniacal performance in last Thursday’s vice presidential debate, creating a new television ad that starkly contrasts Paul Ryan’s calm and confident position on taxes with Biden’s Jokeresque performance.” The big news is that it just came out and it’s got nearly 100,000 views already.
I just saw a report on the news:

Has Ryan saying "It's not the right time to disclose facts about our tax cut plan during the election."

WTF!

LOOPY!

INSANE!

CRAZY!

you will vote for this turd?

(ftg thanks fred for not resorting to commie Kenyan crappppp in two posts today! ;)
Grampy

South Windsor, CT

#772332 Oct 15, 2012
Jimmy wrote:
Halloween is upon us and the crazy Democrats are doing what they did when Reagan ran for president, saying Romney will start WWIII like the Moonbats said about Reagan.
Instead we had the fall of the U.S.S.R. and Berlin Wall, Eastern Europe was freed, and they love the USA now.
Here is the news about the Democrat MORON:
An influential columnist predicted on a Sunday news show that Mitt Romney will help launch a "new global war" if elected president.
Andrew Sullivan, who writes for the Daily Beast, made the claim on Sunday's edition of the syndicated "Chris Matthews Show." Matthews also hosts the nightly commentary show "Hardball" on MSNBC.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/15/da...
Figures, he is one of the corrupt Democrat Ministry of Propaganda Media...
With HIV wracked brain, Sullivan's writings haven't made any sense in the past 10 years.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#772333 Oct 15, 2012
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
According to Paul Ryan, we should make no effort to raise revenues or cut spending unless that one action will eliminate the national debt.
Look, the idiot Ryan basically said it is a waste to consider raising the rate on the wealthy because the billions of dollars it would bring in to lower the deficit was not worth it.
So why is killing Big Bird to save 400 million worth it?
typo:

Well, most people happen to agree with Ryan. The problem isn't not enough revenue for the government. The problem is the government spends too much money. So, the answer is for the government to spend less money.
But, let's talk about what the Democrats propose:

If you listened to the debate, you heard the central point from Ryan that proves the Democrats are lying bullshitters with the ulterior motive of taking over the government.

If the government goes bankrupt, the Democrats will attempt to take control of everything using that as an excuse to claim "emergency measures" are necessary. So, how do you make the US government go bankrupt?
Create a situation where it is impossible for the government to generate enough revenue to pay for the programs instituted. The only plan for revenue the Democrats have is to make the so-called "rich" pay more taxes.

How about this fact:

The total earnings of the top 10 percent do not equal the deficit the Democrats created. Thus, in accordance with the Democrats' "plan" (they really don't have a plan for government. If they had a plan, they'd have a budget for that plan. An idiot knows this) the government will never be paid for and the debt continues to grow until it becomes impossible to pay.

So, here's the question no Democrat has answered:

Since it's a fact that the people the Democrats want to tax to pay for the government they created don't have enough money to pay even if the Democrats tax them at 100 percent and make them destitute, from whom will the Democrats get the money they need to pay for the government they created?

You actually have to identify the people who will pay more to the government to pay for what the Democrats are doing to answer this post.

Who will the Democrats raise the taxes on when it becomes obvious the so-called "rich" don't even have that much money to be taxed?
TheIndependentMa jority

Somerset, KY

#772335 Oct 15, 2012
Obama is a joke wrote:
<quoted text>
Did I forget to post this part:
Sept 12:
Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens is reported dead with three other Americans in the Benghazi attack.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton condemns "this senseless act of violence," saying some have sought to justify the attack and protests "as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet."
President Obama says in a Rose Garden statement that an investigation is underway. He condemns the attackers and in an allusion to the video he says the United States rejects efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others, but all must oppose such senseless violence against public servants.
U.S. intelligence agencies conclude internally that the incident was a planned terror attack likely by al-Qaeda affiliates on the embassy in order to release resources to respond, according to reports from several news media outlets.
Obama is interviewed on 60 Minutes and defends his Mideast policies as aligning the USA with democracy, saying, "There are going to be bumps in the road."
Republican members of Congress say they are have been told by intelligence officials that the Benghazi attack was a well-planned assault timed to the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, not an anti-video protest gone awry.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2012...
Some Libyan officials have raised sovereignty concerns about extensive FBI operations in Benghazi, the eastern coastal city where the Americans were killed at two U.S. government outposts. Safety concerns also have kept the FBI away from the city, although it visited Thursday for an extensive sweep of the U.S. mission there.

Prime Minister-elect Mustafa Abushagur lost Sunday’s confidence vote with 125 members of the 200-member Libyan General National Congress voting against him, 44 in favor and the remainder abstentions or no-shows. Abushagur had come under heavy fire last week for proposing a cabinet that critics said was filled with political unknowns. Following the protests he came up with a new slate but lost the vote.
Now Libya’s legislature must select a new prime minister who will have to assemble another cabinet. The process could take weeks. Abushagur, a longtime engineering professor in the United States, became Libya’s first democratically-chosen prime minister since Sept. 12, a day after the attacks in Benghazi.

WTH?(we are doing there? Aside from promoting INsovereigncy, UNstable--(as in failed statehoods) "etcha-sketchyt" conditions.

Failed foreign policy!

ROMNEY/RYAN 2012!
Business Experience FOR America-IN America again!

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#772336 Oct 15, 2012
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>"state department's former point man'?? Is that like another Faux News "unnamed source" attribution? "Cables show security requests in Libya focused on Tripoli
By Eric Schmitt and Mark Landler
New York Times
Posted: 10/12/2012 09:21:05 PM PDT
Updated: 10/12/2012 09:21:06 PM PDT
WASHINGTON -- In the weeks leading up to the attack last month on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans, diplomats on the ground sounded increasingly urgent alarms. In a stream of diplomatic cables, embassy security officers warned their superiors at the State Department of a worsening threat from Islamists, and requested that the teams of military personnel and State Department security guards who were already on duty be kept in service.
The requests were denied, but they were largely focused on extending the tours of security guards at the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli -- not at the diplomatic compound in Benghazi, 400 miles away. And State Department officials testified this week during a hearing by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform that extending the tour of additional guards -- a 16-member military security team -- through mid-September would not have changed the bloody outcome because it was based in Tripoli, not Benghazi."
Shit in the Middle East is very, very volitile--doesn't need any more meddling by you cranky old geezers seeking political gain, rapidly sinking into senility, but white...
why did O'bama under the guise of NATO attack Libya in the first place? must of been for political gain. Because Libya and Qaddafi, were not a threat to US security were they?
And so it goes

Gering, NE

#772337 Oct 15, 2012
Jimmy wrote:
<quoted text>
Reading posts from Lily is a waste of time.
Her and leo are left with outrageously stupid allegations as a defense for Obama's failed policies.
Jane Says

New York, NY

#772339 Oct 15, 2012
Jimmy wrote:
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Reading posts from Lily is a waste of time.
no, for humanitarian reasons we should all reply to Lily. it is the only attention she gets. what ELSE would she do with her time? as she has bragged about, i mean pointed out, there are no Soup Kitchens in boca boca to donate her time to. and she's been banned from volunteering at the senior centers attacking attacking WWII and Korean vets and calling them all "pasty old white men" as she frequently does on topix (except for Biden, in her eyes, he's the only good "pasty old white man.")

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#772340 Oct 15, 2012
mdbuilder wrote:
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That's the one. It epitomized the law of unintended consequences.
Are you suggesting that because it was written with bi-partisan support, it somehow escapes blame? Who signed it into law?
Look, those fellas whose names on on that bill - all Republican. Passed primarily by Republicans.

The repeal of Glass Steagall was what the Republicans wanted.

This is another "NAfta" argument by the uninformed. Blaming Clinton for signing a Republican action.

Blame your own party for this one.

Since: Sep 08

Joliet, Illinois

#772342 Oct 15, 2012
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Really? You won't vote for Obama because you can't believe a thing Romney/Ryan says? Oh, well, just another example of reich-wing weird.
shhhh.... you shouldn't say things like that about the Obama administration.... even if there are way too many parallels to count between him and Hitler.
TheIndependentMa jority

Somerset, KY

#772343 Oct 15, 2012
Jesus H Flynt Esquire wrote:
<quoted text>
Why the hell did we invade Iraq?
Obama/Biden 2012
Moving America Forward!
Protecting it from compulsive LIARS.
KEYSTONE?

ROMNEY/RYAN-YES to AMERICAN oil!!!!!

ROMNEY/RYAN 2012!!!!
Experience FOR America again-NOT against it!!

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