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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No, I'm taking it up with you.
You said it.
http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/washingto...
carol

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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Hah__perfect.
Carol has no analytical skills to speak of so her comparisons are juvenile, cough, at best.
Equal pay for equal work is not that difficult to understand is it?
A woman who is a nurse is going to make less than a male who is a computer programmer.

It's not that, cough, hard to understand.

Obama made a huge mistake by not clarifying this. Fortunately, enough lawyers did. Look it up if you even care enough about the truth.
noone

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Oct 18, 2012
 
Informer wrote:
I find it amazing how people actually believe that ANY president can change ANYTHING. The republicans shoot down anything that a democrats come up with, and vice versa . No matter how good of an idea it is, or how good it would be for the American public.
Blaming Obama for the mess we are in is utterly stupid, and confirms that the general public is made up of people that can't think on their own.
People argue over how good, or bad they think Obama is based on election commercials, and what their friends tell them about him......ya gotta love it.
Things will never change, no matter WHO is the president.
go through the last few pages and look at my posts that where mainly ignored by the general public probably because they think they will get in to trouble, it shows that they cant even be bothered to read the declaration of independence or are constitutional rights
Lily Boca Raton FL

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carol wrote:
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Phil and Homer are in serious denial and apparently really do believe no woman would ever accuse a man falsely of rape.
As usual, you totally missed the point.

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dem wrote:
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Maybe Leo remembers the 'procedure' she claims healed brain damage.
I was too busy laughing.
In the early 1900s, the research of Dr. William Sutherland, an American osteopathic physician, detailed the movement of the cranium and pelvis. Before his research it was believed that the cranium was a solid immovable mass. Sutherland reported that the skull is actually made up of 22 separate and movable bones that are connected by layers of tissue. He called his work cranial osteopathy . Nephi Cotton, an American chiropractor and contemporary of Sutherland, called this approach craniology. The graduates of these two disciplines have refined and enhanced these original approaches and renamed their work as sacro-occipital technique, cranial movement therapy , or craniosacral therapy.
http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Craniosacra...

You can laugh all you want. But as an American I have the freedom to do choose what I want to do. It worked for me. After a severe concussion my speech was like a person who has had a stroke. My short term and long term memory was gone. I could not type or communicate properly.
The 'specialists' in Chicago-the top doctors (two of them world famous) at the top of Neurological science, all wanted to do was drug me and insisted everyone who has a concussion is depressed. Now what sense does that make? drug a person that can't spell their own name? and send them home.

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RealDave wrote:
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Household net worth fell from 2007 to 2009 by a total of $17.5 trillion or 25.5%. Thank you housing collapse & Bush recession. It had been gaining since.
I see you neglected to tell us which 4 years you were talking about. Accident? Or are you just another lying right whiner POS?
Here, look at the f*cking graph.
http://money.cnn.com/2011/06/09/news/economy/...
So really,thank you George Bush for losing all that wealth for us.
And thank you Barack Obama for getting it back.
Yes, LIBERAL RINO Bush did that!

And Obama has all the same policies!

Obama = Bush!

Hope and Change in 2012.

Dump ABJECT FAILURE Bush/Obama!
carol

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Homer wrote:
I give up.
Good...finally.

Now think of something else to talk about that doesn't make you look so out of the loop.
gerbilLNyerBUTT

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Oct 18, 2012
 
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UH-HUH. UM, HARD TO SEE WHAT LOOK YOU GOIN' FO' HERE? YOU TELL DEBIL MO' FIRST, THEN, AFTER HE PULL YOU PANTIES DOWN AN' ASS-RAPE YOU A FEW TIMES, MAYBE HE TELL YOU SECRET OF LIFE, WHICH INVOLVES HOW TO SURVIVE AN' REBUILD YOU DIGNITY AFTER YOU BEEN ASS-RAPED BY THE DEBIL.
You are a dum one....
You know many gerbils that wear underwear?

Ima a boy gerbil which means you a homo!
On a lighter note....

Thanks to your lips my micronuts are clean!
Jimmy

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dem wrote:
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Maybe Leo remembers the 'procedure' she claims healed brain damage.
I was too busy laughing.
How much hair do you have growing out of your ears?

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Informer wrote:
I find it amazing how people actually believe that ANY president can change ANYTHING. The republicans shoot down anything that a democrats come up with, and vice versa . No matter how good of an idea it is, or how good it would be for the American public.
Blaming Obama for the mess we are in is utterly stupid, and confirms that the general public is made up of people that can't think on their own.
People argue over how good, or bad they think Obama is based on election commercials, and what their friends tell them about him......ya gotta love it.
Things will never change, no matter WHO is the president.
It is wrong to blame Obama for anything that our government does.
For Obama to have done something wrong, he would have actually had to do something.
What's wrong is the people making all the decisions using Obama as cover sitting in the Oval Office and making it look as if we actually have a president.
Soon, we'll actually have a president again.
Phil

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carol wrote:
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Phil and Homer are in serious denial and apparently really do believe no woman would ever accuse a man falsely of rape.
I don't live in denial. Maybe men should really get to know the women they are sleeping (consenually) with to avoid having this situation happen to them.
Morons4Mitt

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KetchupFreedomRights wrote:
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Translate: we the duhmocrapTic entitlMENTALLy disabled, have yet to figure out, Bush is NO longer on the ballots!
You-table four. Commie ketchup bottle herd pack lickers. Third shackles and chain in. NO whining or regurgitating anymore "duh one point duh --uh..we don't got no plan so...duh rich are evile!" camplaigner whining either. You'll cause a spike that cannot be met-due to commie veto groveling of ingrediants required in the demand for production of ignoRANT blocking earplugs!
ROMNEY/RYAN 2012
REAL Experience for ALL of America again!
If we Democrats did not remind you Repubs what it was like for America when it was losing 750,000 jobs per month you might elect someone that would have the same ideas and do it all over.
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Phil wrote:
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Yes, false accusations happen all the time. Especially in Politics.
Democrats are trend setters in this area.
carol

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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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That's horrible, Were the rapists prosecuted?
I agree with Carol that there are the possibilities of cases that are not rape but an act of revenge. It does happen, sad to say, because then this makes it bad for the real rape victims.
Rape is a hard thing to prosecute, it's usually a he said, she said scenario, with no witnesses. Unless there is evidence of brute violence and dna, it can be tough to prove, especially if it is a date rape situation.
Thank you for having a grasp on reality, Lily.

Unfortunately, false accusations do happen. But that was the whole point behind that lawmaker telling the story about his father warning him about having sex.

Homer was terribly offended because he left out the word "cry" before "rape so easily" ignoring the whole context of what he said.
Jimmy

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Why is Obama losing?
gerbilLNyerBUTT

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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>That would be "bear" not "bare" repeating, and it doesn't...what might be noteworthy in an eighteen-year-old study would be the number of false accusers, not the commonality of their motives.
Can you help me spell gerbilnyo b u t t?

Its important to that debil wacko...he be needn help!

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Nobama wrote:
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another leftwing homophobe....
Hussein Obama supporters, the Chicago bathhouse boy, are the last ones who should be making references to the homosexual tendencies of their leaders.....
I called Romney a chickenshit chickenhawk--no homophobic reference there. I notice with the "bathhouse boy" you managed to double down homophobia and racism--not a pretty sight...
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> two different things there Dave. The police gather evidence, make arrests and hold the suspects for trial. They do not prevent most crime. That is one of the reasons we have the second amendment. Ask any policeperson. They will tell you.
if that's the case then why are there squads out on patrol? your description makes it sound like all cops are detectives and csi techs that only solve crimes after the fact.

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This from Exxon after the first presidential debate:

October 4, 2012
To hear President Barack Obama in last night’s first presidential debate, you would think he was running against ExxonMobil this November given his tendency to single us out for criticism.
In a discussion of ways to address the federal deficit, the president repeated incorrect claims that ExxonMobil receives what he termed “corporate welfare.”
Because we’ve been pulled into this debate, I feel like asking the moderator to let me respond with several points.
The first is that ExxonMobil receives no special treatment in the U.S. tax code.
What the president often calls subsidies for “Big Oil” are legitimate tax provisions that apply to virtually all American manufacturers and producers. In fact, companies like ExxonMobil actually are specifically disadvantaged: The oil and gas industry deduction under section 199 of the tax code, for instance, is lower than the deduction allowed for nearly all other U.S. manufacturers.
The president has said he wants to remove these provisions for the oil and gas industry entirely – a punitive proposal that would do nothing except raise the cost of producing the energy that America needs to support economic recovery.

2011 Exxon earnings in the US 9.6 billion dollars
2011 Exxon taxes to US government 12.3 billion dollars

Keep in mind, too, that ExxonMobil’s U.S. tax expense amounts to more than $1 billion per month. In 2011, our total U.S. taxes of $12.3 billion exceeded our U.S. earnings by almost $3 billion, and our effective income tax rate in the U.S. was 31.4 percent – far higher than many critics have claimed. We are a large corporation with a disciplined business approach that has generated substantial earnings for our shareholders as well as energy for millions of U.S. consumers. Our earnings may be large – but so are our taxes.
Finally, there’s one more thing we do with the money we earn: We re-invest it. ExxonMobil plans to spend close to $37 billion for each of the next five years on forward-looking projects to develop the energy supplies the world will need in the decades to come.
Much of that money will be spent right here in the United States, which is why the Progressive Policy Institute recently hailed ExxonMobil as an “Investment Hero“ for our substantial U.S. capital investments.
Misleading attacks on oil companies like ExxonMobil have become a staple of some candidates during election time. And while such an approach may produce sound bites for the evening news, they do nothing to provide voters with the fundamental facts about the U.S. energy industry or the many ways we contribute to our nation’s economic growth, public treasury and international competitiveness. Thank you
Lord Fetch

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you said it

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