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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Oh my - more typos for leosnana!!!

She's all excited!!!!
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KNITTING
A highway patrolman pulled alongside a speeding car on the freeway. Glancing at the car, he was astounded to see that the Republican behind the wheel was knitting! Realizing that she was oblivious to his flashing lights and siren, the trooper cranked down his window, turned on his bullhorn and yelled,“PULL OVER!”“NO!” the Republican yelled back,“IT’S A SCARF!”

“God bless you, Mr. President”

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O Baloney wrote:
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The Democratic Party has lost its mind and its way. Its political philosophy of inclusion and progress has been consumed by virulent strains of anger, dishonesty and intolerance. Its leaders don’t just want to win an election; they want to silence any American who disagrees with them.
Consider the latest evidence. The White House, on defense over the assassination of our Libyan ambassador after Washington reduced security, launched a frantic search for a scapegoat. It first blamed protests over an anti-Muslim video and, when forced to admit the protests never existed, pointed fingers at intelligence officials and managers in the State Department. Watch your back, Hillary.
A campaign aide, with a straight face, also insisted that the terrorist attack is an issue only because Republicans politicized it. The buck doesn’t stop at this president’s desk.
A desperate Obama resorts to calling his opponent a “liar,” and his latest promise is to preserve taxpayer subsidies for public television’s cash cow, Big Bird. The tactic is denounced even by supporters as more cartoonish than the giant yellow canary. No matter — it’s a victory because another day passes without discussion of jobs, the debt, deficit or Iran.
Then there is Joe Biden whose manic behavior at the debate won the approval of Dems despondent over Obama’s flop at his debate. Biden’s rude laughs, snorts and sneers, combined with hectoring accusations of Paul Ryan, were catnip for those who see Republicans as unworthy and illegitimate.
They actually applaud that Biden’s 100+interruptions prevented any sustained, serious discussion. To hell with America, party comes 1st.
Despite Biden’s assertion that “facts matter,” they didn’t to him. Catholic bishops insist he misstated the terms of ObamaCare’s contraception mandate on their institutions. And although he was patently dishonest about his own votes on Iraq and Afghanistan, no Dem complained because they loved his venomous attacks on Ryan.
There is zero evidence that those not already committed to Obama were impressed by Biden’s buffoonery, but MSNBC and The New York Times are back on the bus. Mission accomplished.
The debate aside, what about ordinary citizens who come up against Democratic malice & its media cheerleaders? Who will protect them?
Celebrities who post they favor Romney receive death threats. The double-standard left thought it was OK to burn effigies of George Bush and then in 2008--displays of McCain and Palin as part of hideously violent Halloween decorations. And they call Romney a liar, a thief and a murderer. But criticize Obama and the dont' disrespect the President or the rac card is quick to come up.
In theory, free speech still exists. But to the new Democrats, speech is free only to those who spout the party line. Everybody else must pay a price.
When you copy a NYPost article verbatim, if you don't offer some sort of citation it is considered plagiarism...
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SPEEDING TICKET
A police officer stops a Republican for speeding and asks her very nicely if he could see her license. She replied in a huff,“I wish you guys would get your act together. Just yesterday you take away my license and then today you expect me to show it to you!”
Then the Democrat in the passengers seat shoots the cop.
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REPUBLICAN ON THE SUN
A Russian, an American, and a Republican were talking one day. The Russian said,“We were the first in space!” The American said,“We were the first on the moon!”The Republican said,“So what? We’re going to be the first on the sun!” The Russian and the American looked at each other and shook their heads.“You can’t land on the sun, you idiot! You’ll burn up!” said the Russian. To which the Republican replied,“We’re not stupid, you know. We’re going at night!”
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Ed Gillespie, adviser to the Romney campaign, defended the campaign's assertion that six independent studies have validated the plausibility of Mitt Romney's tax plan, a talking point used by both Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan to defend the plan against attacks that the math doesn't ad up. "Six different studies have said this is entirely doable," Gillespie said on "Fox News Sunday."

But host Chris Wallace took issue with the assertion, calling some of the studies "questionable."

"These are very credible sources," Gillespie pushed back.

"One of these is from a guy -- is a blog from a guy who was a top adviser to George W. Bush," Wallace countered. "These are hardly non-partisan studies."

http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/g...
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How's your buddy Big Bird doing. Seems like after the creators told Obama to stop inkecting them in his rediculous rhetoric, you morons STFU real fast.
Elmo says Hi, airhead.
"The Count" is in his glory ... he gets to count to over 16 trillion!

Come on, boys and girls: one ... two ... three ... four ...
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bin Laden is dead; but Al-Qaeda is still alive

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I thought reference to Lord Obama as "boy" was a mention of his lack of experience in any executive position (he had ZERO until he became the highest executive in the country), his youth (he is the youngest president since Kennedy), or his child-like naivete with respect to foreign relations.
I suppose we should get a list of things we CAN'T mention about Lord Obama. Like the fact that he can't meet with the prime minister of Israel, but he has time for hangin' with Jay-Z (such a mention would be comparing him to street thugs and rappers, therefore racist). Or that he seems to have more focus on basketball games in March than working with Congress on the budget crisis (because basketball is a predominantly black sport, therefore racist).
I hope we get rid of this crew of misfits and hacks in four weeks.
You can also call Obama "boy" if you're addressing him in the role of a constitutional lawyer. He's never even seen the inside of a courtroom as a lawyer.
... and somehow he gets placed on the faculty of the University of Chicago Law School. Probably the same way he got a degree from Columbia without ever attending classes.
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Obama patted himself on the back for the "Seals" killing Bin Laden, now he lies about the brutal murders in Libya. Bush said the war on terror is bigger than just one man.

Too bad, Democrats just don't get it.

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How many Republicans does it take to change a light bulb?
Answer:...6......One to hold the bulb, & Five to turn the chair around & around
You don't have anything original to say?

That one came from the dark ages.
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LOL wrote:
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"The Count" is in his glory ... he gets to count to over 16 trillion!
Come on, boys and girls: one ... two ... three ... four ...
Applause!
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A REPUBLICAN AND HER TWO DOGS
A girl was visiting her Republican friend, who had acquired two new dogs, and asked her what their names were. The Republican responded by saying that one was named Rolex and one was named Timex. Her friend said,“Whoever heard of someone naming dogs like that?”“HELLLOOOOOOO……,” answered the Republican.“They’re watch dogs!”

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Obama 2012 wrote:
Our local paper published a story this morning stating that the members of the Navy Seals that President Obama ordered to kill Bin Laden were trained in Hertford, N.C. I once lived in Hertford, N.C. and have seen the training facility. I paid taxes in Hertford, N.C., thus helping finance the infrastructure for the training facility. That means I played a part in killing Bin Laden. Don't bother thanking me. My reward is the knowledge that I helped President Obama end terrorism in America so the rest of you can sleep at night.
I've been there myself. Signs along the road say 'Unexploded ordinance, Do not leave roadway'. It's a cool place. Hertford is a nice little town. Catfih Hunter lived there. Wolfman Jack lived and is buried just out of town in Belvidere.
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A Republican walks into a store. Curious about a shiny object behind the counter, she asks,“What is that?” The helpful store clerk responds,“Why, it’s a thermos.” Still curious, the Republican asks,“What does it do?”“It keeps hot things hot and cold things cold,” replies the clerk. So she buys one….The next day, she brings her new thermos to work with her. Her boss, also a blonde rebublican, asks,“What’s that shiny thingy?” She replies with authority,“It’s a thermos.”“Oh,” says she,“And what’s it do?”“Well,” says she,“It keeps hot things hot and cold things cold.”Then she asks,“So what do you have in there today?”“Two cups of coffee and a Popsicle

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2007....
Old-line Republican warns 'something's in the works' to trigger a police state
Thom Hartmann began his program on Thursday by reading from a new Executive Order which allows the government to seize the assets of anyone who interferes with its Iraq policies.
He then introduced old-line conservative Paul Craig Roberts -- a former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under Reagan who has recently become known for his strong opposition to the Bush administration and the Iraq War -- by quoting the "strong words" which open Roberts' latest column: "Unless Congress immediately impeaches Bush and Cheney, a year from now the US could be a dictatorial police state at war with Iran."
"I don't actually think they're very strong," said Roberts of his words. "I get a lot of flak that they're understated and the situation is worse than I say.... When Bush exercises this authority [under the new Executive Order]... there's no check to it. It doesn't have to be ratified by Congress. The people who bear the brunt of these dictatorial police state actions have no recourse to the judiciary. So it really is a form of total, absolute, one-man rule.... The American people don't really understand the danger that they face."
http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Oldline_Republi...
Some Americans are kind of stupid at times. Those times, and the some, being determined by who's in the WH. Or so it seems
2007. Hmmmmmm.....
Isn't that the same year the Democrats took full control of the purse strings of the US government? Isn't that the same year the Democrats were given a declining 0.16 (that's zero point one six) trillion dollar deficit before they exploded it by ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED PERCENT to 2.4 trillion dollars? Isn't that the same year the Democrats were given a 5 trillion dollar debt before they more than tripled it to 16 trillion dollars?
Isn't that the same year the Democrats took control of all oversight of the financial system that, after 2 years of oversight by the Democrats, collapsed our economy?
Isn't that the same year the Democrats began spewing a system of lies about the economy that they continue to spew to this very day?
... and you expect anyone with any sense to give the Democrats any credibility when you make ludicrous accusations like this....
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sonicfilter wrote:
Ed Gillespie, adviser to the Romney campaign, defended the campaign's assertion that six independent studies have validated the plausibility of Mitt Romney's tax plan, a talking point used by both Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan to defend the plan against attacks that the math doesn't ad up. "Six different studies have said this is entirely doable," Gillespie said on "Fox News Sunday."
But host Chris Wallace took issue with the assertion, calling some of the studies "questionable."
"These are very credible sources," Gillespie pushed back.
"One of these is from a guy -- is a blog from a guy who was a top adviser to George W. Bush," Wallace countered. "These are hardly non-partisan studies."
http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/g...
And the one supporting Obama TCP is written by an ex-Obama employee
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And so it goes wrote:
bin Laden is dead; but Al-Qaeda is still alive
As Caesar one asked, "Habeas corpus?" Ya know, I wonder about that ... too conveeeeeeenient.
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And so it goes wrote:
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You must have missed the part when Lamb, woman in charge of security, denied that refusal of security for Libya was due to budgetary concerns.
*sigh* the uninformed.
Stop playing politics this was a major failure that resulted in the death of an ambassador despite repeated request to maintain at minimum the current security that was there in August. The St Dept removed them.
Keep it up slug, I really enjoy watching you and your fellow slugs make fools of yourselves regarding the attack of the US consulate and nearby CIA base.

The Brits closed their Benghazi mission in June after the ambassadors motorcade was attacked leaving their weapons and vehicles at the US consulate. The weapons are currently described as missing and/or unaccounted for. In other words the Brits knew that Benghazi was extremely dangerous and hauled azz leaving the US as the last Western diplomatic mission in Eastern Libya.

Why was the US ambassador inside the consulate building alone and unguarded? Was the consulate the "main" target or was the annex housing CIA agents and operatives the main target.

How is the State Department responsible for providing security for the CIA___is the CIA incapable of requesting additional security? It is after all providing the intel.
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Fun Is Fun With Silly Jokes But What is truly Sad Is The World Had This Same Argument In The 1930s.

The Jews were the Buggy Men then--The Mexicans are the Buggy Men Now

I Truly Believe A Vote For Romney Is A Vote For War.

Please Read Your History Books Before You Vote.

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