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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Claim No. 10: Obama was born outside the United States and is ineligible for the presidency.

The Obama Web site dismisses the claim that the candidate was born anywhere but in the United States as “completely false” and “groundless.”

As proof, the Obama’s campaign has produced a “certificate of live birth” from Hawaii indicating that Barack Hussein Obama II was born Aug. 4, 1961. Critics, however say the document could have easily been forged and is not a substitute for a certified birth certificate.

No reporter has been allowed to see the original certificate of live birth or its certificate number, which is blacked out on copies of it on the Obama site.

Skeptics note that Obama’s “Father’s Race” is identified on this document as “African,” a geographic and modern politically correct term rather than a 1961 racial designation. The standard term used on American birth certificates until the U.S. Census changed it in 1980 would have been “Negro.”

Former deputy attorney general of Pennsylvania, Philip J. Berg, a Democrat with mixed credibility (he has supported conspiracy theories involving 9/11), has filed a lawsuit to force Obama to produce a certified copy of his birth certificate. According to Berg, Obama’s paternal grandmother has said she was present at his birth in Kenya, after which his mother promptly returned with her baby to the United States.

If that is true, Obama could be constitutionally ineligible to be president.

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Gunner wrote:
Polls: Romney Leads 50/47 in Colorado, Tied in Wisconsin
Buried in today’s daily tracker report from Rasmussen (which showed Mitt Romney leading Barack Obama 49/47 nationwide) were two nuggets from state polls conducted earlier in the week.
In Monday night polling, Romney held a 50/47 lead in Colorado, while Wisconsin remained tied at 49 — the exact same outcome Rasmussen found late last week.
Gee, that means you can stay at home next tues. No need to vote can party instead knowing your canidate has in the bag

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HYPOCRITICAL OBAMA wrote:
"Smears" about Obama Largely True
By: Lowell Ponte
The Obama campaign says its candidate is a victim of “smears”— and has even created a Web site to fight such attacks.
But a Newsmax investigation finds many of the so-called smears are largely based in truth — and the Obama campaign uses half-truths, clever language, and ad hominem attacks to spin the facts.
Obama’s www.FightTheSmears.com focuses mainly on anti-Obama messages being repeated on the Internet and talk radio, the only media where Obama's ideological allies are not dominant.
These "smears" and the Obama rebuttals are often framed in lawyerly language that leaves much wiggle room in the candidate’s answers.
FightTheSmears.com also makes no attempt at objectivity, describing Obama’s critics as “pushing misleading research and distorted claims” because they are “ideologues” busy “spreading a ‘pack of lies’ about Barack.”
In a section of the site titled,“Who’s Behind the Smears?” visitors can see a chart naming seven groups and six individuals with lines that suggest multiple, sinister connections between them.
The people and groups named are real and are members of Washington’s small but conservative sphere of power and influence. The Obama conspiracy chart links all of these conservative individuals and groups back to the critics who dogged the “Clinton 1992 Campaign.”
This may come as something as a surprise to Hillary Clinton, as many of the “smears” against Obama first surfaced during her heated primary contest with him.
Newsmax reviewed 10 random claims and related rebuttals posted on Obama’s ever-changing FightTheSmears.com to gauge their veracity. Here’s what we found:
Claim No. 1: Obama's campaign is funded by the rich, big corporations and foreigners.
“Barack Obama was the only major presidential candidate this year to completely reject contributions from The Washington lobbyists and special interest PACs that have dominated our politics for years,” the Obama site says of the persistent online criticisms of its fundraising.
“Instead, this campaign has been owned by the more than 3.1 million everyday Americans who have donated in small amounts.”
Not so, according to campaign finance records. Nearly half of the $600 million raised by Obama to date has come from wealthy donors and special interests. Obama's allies months ago dropped their ad linking Republican rival “Exxon John” McCain to Big Oil after it came to light that Obama had taken far more money from Exxon-Mobil than McCain.
“The Obama campaign has complied fully with federal election law,” claims the Obama site,“including donor eligibility and contribution disclosure requirements.”
However, one giant loophole the politicians wrote into the law allows contributions in amounts of $200 or less with no donor identification. Obama claims that $300 million in campaign funds was given by these small donors, and he won’t release their names and addresses.
McCain has released his whole donor database, including those who have contributed less than $200.
Critics argue that the other half of Obama’s campaign haul — the part not raised from big corporate donors and special interests — came in a small flood of anonymous donations that might be foreign or corrupt, or both.
Yikes!!

Dude, posting all this Faux Snooze Spam, doesn't say much for either you or the candidate you are supporting. Just saying.
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“With powerful endorsements from celebrities like Clint Eastwood and Robert Duvall for Mitt Romney as President, some in the Hollywood, Entertainment and Sports industries are calling this season the “Romney Revolution.”...

“Kelsey Grammer, Chuck Norris, Andy Garcia, Jon Voight, Patricia Heaton, Dean Cain, James Caan, Sylvester Stallone, Tom Selleck, Gary Sinese, James Woods, Erik Estrada, and Lorenzo Lamas are endorsing Romney.

“Other Hollywood types include Jerry Bruckheimer, David Zucker, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Jon Cryer, Victoria Jackson, Angie Harmon, Gerald McRaney, Heidi Montag, Connie Stevens, Joe Eszterhas, Powers Booth, Scott Biao, and John Ratzenberger...

“Also, in the music field on the Romney Revolution are Kelly Clarkson, Donny and Marie Osmond, Charlie Daniels, Ted Nugent, Lee Greenwood, John Rich, Daddy Yankee, John Ondrasik, Joe Perry, Hank Williams Jr., Gretchen Wilson, Gene Simmons, and Randy Owen from Alabama...

“Other comedians endorsing Romney include Dennis Miller, Drew Carey, Adam Sandler, and Adam Carolla.”

“God bless you, Mr. President”

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dem wrote:
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Sorry Leo.
But this is our resident chick with a dk named nostrilfuckface.
Don't tell me nostrilfuckface is Jane too. Anyone that lives rent free in that hydra-head is risking a condemned property.
Gunner

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Are You Kidding wrote:
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For everything you find negative, I can find two which are positive.
There are three (3) probable outcomes to the 2012 Presidential election. An Obama landslide is NOT one of them.
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Nobama wrote:
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foolish move to not cancel the race.....Bloomberg once again proves himself to be an idiot....
second homes and summer rentals for the one-percenters.....plus roller coasters....
He's Republican too__kinda looks like Mel Brooks don't you think?

Disagree on the one percenters, many of those seaside homes are rentals, others owned by families and handed from generation to generation. It's a damned shame those homes are history but "most" of those folks have their full time homes to keep them warm__after the power is restored of course.

That Seaside Heights area is a history lesson__the insurance won't cover the cost of same size places and there won't be new policies issued so it will be ugly for many years with a home here and there but not enough to support a community with services.

Memories lost eh?

Tough shyte.
Gunner

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Gee, that means you can stay at home next tues. No need to vote can party instead knowing your canidate has in the bag
Where did I say Romney has anything "in the bag"?

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OzRitz wrote:
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Karl Rove, a Fox favorite has been wrong just about every time he opens his mouth. He just lies repeatedly believing that God is on his side so it's ok. Which just goes to show how credible Fox is, NO other media would give him a run spreading his BS unless of course they want some laughs.
And that reminds me of:

Rules for Radicals number 13. Pick the target, freeze it, ersonalize it, and polarize it. In conflict tactics there are certain rules that [should be regarded] as universalities. One is that the opposition must be singled out as the target and 'frozen.' When your 'freeze the target,' you disregard these rational but distracting arguments.

and this quote from Saul Alinsky:

"An organizer working in and for an open society is in an ideological dilemma to begin with, he does not have a fixed truth. Truth to him is relative and changing."

and this:

"The tenth rule... is you do what you can with what you have and clothe it with moral garments."

That just about sums up your post, doesn't it?

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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>He's Republican too__kinda looks like Mel Brooks don't you think?
Disagree on the one percenters, many of those seaside homes are rentals, others owned by families and handed from generation to generation. It's a damned shame those homes are history but "most" of those folks have their full time homes to keep them warm__after the power is restored of course.
That Seaside Heights area is a history lesson__the insurance won't cover the cost of same size places and there won't be new policies issued so it will be ugly for many years with a home here and there but not enough to support a community with services.
Memories lost eh?
Tough shyte.
If Obama had spent some of the Porkulus money on infrastructure instead of stuffing the pockets of Democrat cronies, the power lines in New York would be underground where they belong now and everyone would have power today.

They don't have electrical power because Democrat cronies stole all the 860 billion dollars from Porkulus instead of upgrading the infrastructure.

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plus Senator Bob "Zombie" Casey (D-PA) is in trouble against an unknown former coal miner named Tom Smith.....
It proves that Republicans are just party people. They could care less who is running as long as they carry the big R

Tom Smith - lifelong Conservative - was a lifelong Democrat until 2011. Smith- made millions making his employees work in dangerous conditions as evident by his poor safety record.
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The New York Times reported on Thursday that Senate Republicans applied pressure to the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service (CRS) in September, successfully persuading it to withdraw a report finding that lowering marginal tax rates for the wealthiest Americans had no effect on economic growth or job creation.

"The pressure applied to the research service comes amid a broader Republican effort to raise questions about research and statistics that were once trusted as nonpartisan and apolitical," the Times reported. Democrats in Congress, however, have resurfaced the report and published it in full. It can be read below.

Republicans told the Times they had issues with the tone, wording and scope of the report, but they clearly objected most strongly to its findings, which undermine the governing fiscal philosophy of the party, that tax cuts for the wealthy will spur growth and benefit everybody.

GOP officials told The Times that the decision by the CRS came after a cooperative discussion, but Democrats have suggested that the move is part of a broader effort by Republicans to squelch legitimate research that runs counter to their economic principles.

The CRS concluded:

The results of the analysis suggest that changes over the past 65 years in the top marginal tax rate and the top capital gains tax rate do not appear correlated with economic growth. The reduction in the top tax rates appears to be uncorrelated with saving, investment, and productivity growth. The top tax rates appear to have little or no relation to the size of the economic pie.

However, the top tax rate reductions appear to be associated with the increasing concentration of income at the top of the income distribution. As measured by IRS data, the share of income accruing to the top 0.1% of U.S. families increased from 4.2% in 1945 to 12.3% by 2007 before falling to 9.2% due to the 2007-2009 recession. At the same time, the average tax rate paid by the top 0.1% fell from over 50% in 1945 to about 25% in 2009. Tax policy could have a relation to how the economic pie is sliced—lower top tax rates may be associated with greater income
disparities.

Rep. Sandy Levin of Michigan, the top Democrat on the Ways and Means Committee, demanded the CRS explain its decision. "The impartial research and advice provided by CRS experts informs and strengthens the work of Congress. However, this valuable role hinges on the impartiality of CRS analysts and their freedom from political pressure. As with other non-partisan institutions, subjecting CRS analysts to political considerations undermines the legislative process and the American people’s trust in it," Levin wrote. "Therefore I was deeply disturbed to hear that Mr. Hungerford’s report was taken down in response to political pressure from Congressional Republicans who had ideological objections to the report’s factual findings and conclusion."

The report is extensive, but the reasoning behind its conclusion is fairly straightforward. The richest Americans are the least likely to spend extra money they get as a result of a tax cut, and are more likely to save it or invest it offshore. Those on the lower end of the economic spectrum, meanwhile, are the most likely to spend transfer payments they receive from the government.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/01/cong...

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EasyEed wrote:
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"real dumb"
Lies or BULLMANURE. Take your choice. On an average day you get 40+ posts pointing out your idiocy.
Peace
KMA
Then it should be easy to find them.

Put up or shut up.
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NYC’s Republican Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, now backs President Obama over Mitt Romney...

WASHINGTON (AP)— New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Thursday backed President Barack Obama over Republican Mitt Romney, saying the incumbent Democrat will bring leadership that is critically needed to fight climate change after the East Coast devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy.

As New York continued to pick up the pieces after the superstorm devastated parts of the city this week, Bloomberg said Sandy had made the stakes of the election even clearer. He said the climate is changing and that Obama has taken major steps in the right direction.

"We need leadership from the White House, and over the past four years, President Barack Obama has taken major steps to reduce our carbon consumption," Bloomberg wrote in an online opinion piece, citing higher fuel-efficiency standards for vehicles and stricter controls on mercury emissions.
A billionaire businessman and former Republican, Bloomberg praised Romney as a good man who would bring valuable business experience to the White House. But he said Romney had reversed course on a number of important issues, including immigration, health care and abortion.

“I'm here with bells on.”

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new yawk wrote:
I think he cleverly disposed of your facade ever since you landed here.
Avatars, akas change, evidence of the way one thinks and expresses it do not.
Disposed, Exposed ... This poster isn't the only one who knows who's hiding behind your avatar, blondie.
Always trying to be slick. And it always backfires on you.
Always the uber-intellectual wannabe. Lol!
Except your hyperbole gets in the way!
PS And I'm always suspicious when a "new" poster tries ( and always fails ), to ring me up. It tells me it's an "old, known" poster who has a hard on for me, yet doesn't have the courage to challenge me in their "known" Screen Name.
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This post tells me you've invested a great deal of time considering me.
Creepy.
Go fantasize on someone else.
Preferably, yourself.
Ick.
Realtime

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Gunner wrote:
“With powerful endorsements from celebrities like Clint Eastwood and Robert Duvall for Mitt Romney as President, some in the Hollywood, Entertainment and Sports industries are calling this season the “Romney Revolution.”...
“Kelsey Grammer, Chuck Norris, Andy Garcia, Jon Voight, Patricia Heaton, Dean Cain, James Caan, Sylvester Stallone, Tom Selleck, Gary Sinese, James Woods, Erik Estrada, and Lorenzo Lamas are endorsing Romney.
“Other Hollywood types include Jerry Bruckheimer, David Zucker, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Jon Cryer, Victoria Jackson, Angie Harmon, Gerald McRaney, Heidi Montag, Connie Stevens, Joe Eszterhas, Powers Booth, Scott Biao, and John Ratzenberger...
“Also, in the music field on the Romney Revolution are Kelly Clarkson, Donny and Marie Osmond, Charlie Daniels, Ted Nugent, Lee Greenwood, John Rich, Daddy Yankee, John Ondrasik, Joe Perry, Hank Williams Jr., Gretchen Wilson, Gene Simmons, and Randy Owen from Alabama...
“Other comedians endorsing Romney include Dennis Miller, Drew Carey, Adam Sandler, and Adam Carolla.”
Elizabeth Hasselbeck? Erik Estrada? That's a real impressive line up you've got there pal. Never mind the music "legends." LMAO.

Where do you fks find this sort of craziness?

Gerald McRaney, Hah, Major dad, married to Orlando's own lardache Delta Burke. He wears military fatigues in real life__true story.

Heidi Montag represents who? DuPont?

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DBWriter wrote:
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Let's see what Saul Alinsky has to say about that....
Saul Alinsky Rules for Radicals rule number 13: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it. In conflict tactics there are certain rules that should be regarded as universalities. One is that the opposition must be singled out as the target and 'frozen.' Any target can always say, "Why do you center on me when there are others to blame as well?" When your 'freeze the target,' you disregard these rational but distracting arguments.
and
"An organizer working in and for an open society is in an ideological dilemma to begin with, he does not have a fixed truth -- truth to him is relative and changing." - Saul Alinsky
and let's just throw this in for the hell of it:
"Generally success or failure is a determinant of ethics."
(I love this last one. It defines the Democrats more than any other rule Saul Alinsky wrote.)
I'm sorry, I don't follow & worship Alinsky like you do.
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Economist Stands By Tax Cut Study After GOP Successfully Demands Its Withdrawal

http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2012/11/cr...

I wonder why this showed up right before the election?

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Gunner wrote:
“With powerful endorsements from celebrities like Clint Eastwood and Robert Duvall for Mitt Romney as President, some in the Hollywood, Entertainment and Sports industries are calling this season the “Romney Revolution.”...
“Kelsey Grammer, Chuck Norris, Andy Garcia, Jon Voight, Patricia Heaton, Dean Cain, James Caan, Sylvester Stallone, Tom Selleck, Gary Sinese, James Woods, Erik Estrada, and Lorenzo Lamas are endorsing Romney.
“Other Hollywood types include Jerry Bruckheimer, David Zucker, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Jon Cryer, Victoria Jackson, Angie Harmon, Gerald McRaney, Heidi Montag, Connie Stevens, Joe Eszterhas, Powers Booth, Scott Biao, and John Ratzenberger...
“Also, in the music field on the Romney Revolution are Kelly Clarkson, Donny and Marie Osmond, Charlie Daniels, Ted Nugent, Lee Greenwood, John Rich, Daddy Yankee, John Ondrasik, Joe Perry, Hank Williams Jr., Gretchen Wilson, Gene Simmons, and Randy Owen from Alabama...
“Other comedians endorsing Romney include Dennis Miller, Drew Carey, Adam Sandler, and Adam Carolla.”
Looks like that liberal blacklist they used to threaten everyone in Hollywood with doesn't have the stroke it used to have.
There wouldn't be a visible demonstration like this unless the consensus in Hollywood is Obama is gone.
Otherwise, everyone would be doing what it takes to continue getting work from those reality-challenged clowns.

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> Funny but just about everyone I know that was homeless, say over 95%, had at least one of those problems. Most had more than one.
You are from WV.

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