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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HYPOCRITICAL OBAMA wrote:
It was already much more than that, sparking debate around the country as top Republicans including Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich announced their opposition. So did the Anti-Defamation League, a Jewish civil rights group.
Obama elevated it to a presidential issue Friday without equivocation.
While insisting that the place where the twin towers once stood was indeed "hallowed ground," Obama said that the proper way to honor it was to apply American values.
Harkening back to earlier times when the building of synagogues or Catholic churches also met with opposition, Obama said: "Time and again, the American people have demonstrated that we can work through these issues, and stay true to our core values and emerge stronger for it. So it must be and will be today."
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, an independent who has been a strong supporter of the mosque, welcomed Obama's words as a "clarion defense of the freedom of religion."
But some Republicans were quick to pounce.
"President Obama is wrong," said Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y. "It is insensitive and uncaring for the Muslim community to build a mosque in the shadow of ground zero."
Entering the highly charged election-year debate, Obama surely knew that his words would not only make headlines in the U.S. but be heard by Muslims worldwide. The president has made it a point to reach out to the global Muslim community, and the over 100 guests at Friday's dinner in the State Dining Room included ambassadors and officials from numerous nations where Islam is observed, including Saudi Arabia and Indonesia.
While his pronouncement concerning the mosque might find favor in the Muslim world, Obama's stance runs counter to the opinions of the majority of Americans, according to polls. A CNN/Opinion Research poll released this week found that nearly 70 percent of Americans opposed the mosque plan while just 29 percent approved. A number of Democratic politicians have shied away from the controversy.
Opponents, including some Sept. 11 victims' relatives, see the prospect of a mosque so near the destroyed trade center as an insult to the memory of those killed by Islamic terrorists in the 2001 attacks.
In summary: you believe that religious freedom belongs only to Christians - no other religion, especially Islam, need apply.

Nice.
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DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>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.
You're a wealth of lies and bullshit, azzhole.
Stupid midget dk thinks gold plating the electrical grid won't raise rates by tenfold.

“God bless you, Mr. President”

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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.”
Big news there, Gunner. These are the same partisans that supported McCain, with a number of the better known ones being dumped in there for liking on facebook or commenting on twitter or saying they wouldn't raise a stink because his campaign was using their song without permission.
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_Olive_ wrote:
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Yikes!!
Dude, posting all this Faux Snooze Spam, doesn't say much for either you or the candidate you are supporting. Just saying.
This isn't from Fox News, but why would you say Fox News is spam? What do you consider to be legitimate news coverage??????
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OzRitz wrote:
<quoted text>Gee, that means you can stay at home next tues. No need to vote can party instead knowing your canidate has in the bag
They are all clinging to their last hope Rasmussen.
Math is a liberal myth don't ya know.
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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.”
Lol
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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Don't tell me nostrilfuckface is Jane too. Anyone that lives rent free in that hydra-head is risking a condemned property.
That could be.
He is a pathetic little man not unlike gunner.
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>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?
And you think Madonna and Jayzee are legitimate boosters for Obama? LMAO
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>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?
Lol
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>That's a real impressive line up you've got there pal.
Eastwood, Duvall, Voight, Caan, Sinese, Stallone, Selleck...yeah, you're right for a change, "pal". Thanks for noticing.
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I think Obama’s campaign strategy to portray Obama as Presidential could backfire!! What’s that saying’ over promise and under deliver!!’
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There Is No Realist Case for Romney

It isn’t entirely surprising. There is no good argument that foreign policy realists can make in favor of Romney, except to say that he must have been lying to the public for the last several years.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
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ok but obama is still going to win, and the dems will keep the senate. republicans, you lost, deal with it :D.
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faux news source biased and opinionated.

testimony from former employees of the faux news network

http://www.outfoxed.org/
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RealDave wrote:
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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.
Totally untrue!!!! I and many Republicans I know vote for he best candidate.

Why do you think Obama is the best candidate?
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It's sad seeing Gunner in full meltdown in a funny sort of way.
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hey fckers, what's up?
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Gunner wrote:
<quoted text>Eastwood, Duvall, Voight, Caan, Sinese, Stallone, Selleck...yeah, you're right for a change, "pal". Thanks for noticing.
Not one under sixty.
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That celeb list should keep you leftist fcktards busy with hate e-mail for weeks.

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Gunner wrote:
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Eastwood, Duvall, Voight, Caan, Sinese, Stallone, Selleck...yeah, you're right for a change, "pal". Thanks for noticing.
All for McCain...would endorse a toadstool if it had an R after its name...Eastwood got paid for his lunacy turn.

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