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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abbynormall wrote:
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Isn't there some kind of requirement that says the VP should be able to tell you at all times where he actually is? Kinda like an Alzheimer's test?
The fact that Obama didn't ask the "crazy old uncle" to retire and get some rest and then choose another running mate adds just one more big fat question to Obama's decision making skills.
He couldn't admit he made a mistake the first time - for the benefit of the easily fooled. Besides, it's the "crazy old uncle" caricature that Obama likes so much. Makes him look like a pretty darn good president in comparison.

It's part of the "make Obama look good at any cost" strategy.

“GONE FISHING”

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<quoted text>A sellout obama has spent trillions of of wasted tax dollars to rescue his cronie moneyed Wall Street interests and has left the people of Staten Island and other storm victims to their own devices, cold, hungry dumpster diving and dying...
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AND... More NO votes for a sellout obama..
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It's the culture....
The culture dies in 3 days loser

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Romney-Ryan 2012 wrote:
<quoted text>Your brilliant responses are a breath of fresh air. Are you in the 3rd grade or 4th grade?
SORRY LOSER SCHOOL'S OUT EARLY I HAVE THINGS TO DO UNLIKE YOU!!!!!!!!

Whale Harbor Inn has a breakfast buffet today

I WIN AGAIN

WORLD ENDS FOR TEABAGS NOV 7 2012 3 MORE DAYS LOSERS
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carol wrote:
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Slander is slander. Like accusing an opponent of a felony or accusing them of killing someone's wife wrongly.
Getting answers to a dead ambassador -
Well, you see the difference.
President Obama has committed several felonies in the past months. Four counts of contributory negligence and accessory to murder for the deaths of the Libyan Ambassador and his colleagues. He should also be charged with dereliction of duty for letting the tragedy and deaths in N.Y. and N.J. go on for so long while he parties in Vegas.

“What goes around, comes around”

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keyedup wrote:
<quoted text>Thats right you idiot and we use to only ride horses and read by candle light..There are a few more Americans now, No thanks to the like to you bigots...
You can't make any kind of valid point stick by name calling.

And this point isn't even valid. It wasn't that long ago, two week long early voting is relatively new.

You can't cover up your ignorance by being the best name caller...just so ya know.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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Hurricane Sandy helped Obama politically, Karl Rove says
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/w...
How can that be when people are still dying in N.Y. and N.J. due to his administration's incompetence? The death toll is now up to 113. More Washington Post liberal spin.
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Well, anyway, let's just hope the majority of Americans have come to their senses or haven't lost their minds completely.

We'll know if America has irreversibly turned the corner for good on Tuesday.

Even the die-hard liberals on here and everywhere will realize too late what we've been trying to tell them.

“What goes around, comes around”

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I watched the new Total Recall on my own big screen the other night. I love the Obamabucks.
How does the movie compare to the old one? I usually am not impressed with remakes.
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According to a PPP poll, Romney’s favorable ratings dropped by a net 7 points in the aftermath of Sandy, while Obama’s rose 6 points. While there’s no way of knowing if that drop is related specifically to the storm, perhaps instead of having a “relief” campaign rally staged with props as Sandy ravaged New Jersey, Romney could have acted presidential, even from the sidelines. Obama did it in 2008 when the financial crisis hit. Then candidate Obama proved himself worthy of leading by rolling up his sleeves and putting the country first.

Sandy wasn’t destiny for Romney. He could have asked the Red Cross what they needed and set about really trying to make that happen instead of posing with canned goods the Red Cross said they didn’t want. He could have praised Christie and Obama and demonstrated his alleged bipartisanship. He could have taken the high road, but then, this is Mitt Romney.

There were options open to Romney that he chose to ignore. No, it wasn’t ideal for him as the challenger, but he could have made it work. Instead, he chose to make cheap shots from the sidelines while complaining about Chris Christie not being his bestie anymore. Maybe if Romney had treated Christie with a modicum of courtesy after he knew he was picking Ryan as his VP, Christie would have felt his loyalty had been returned. But no. Romney left Christie hanging. Another bad decision from Romney, but more than that, an indication that he doesn’t know how to build consensus and loyalty.

http://www.politicususa.com/proving-fit-lead-...
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OBAMA TWO TERM PRESIDENT wrote:
<quoted text> mcCain is way over that age and still unsucessfully ran in 2008, HILLARY is expected to run for the white house again in 2016.
You're an idiot!
You're an
"Cankles" Clinton doesn't have a chance in hell of ever getting elected President. Next to Moochelle Obama and Hanoi Jane Fonda, she is the most hated woman in America.

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Romney-Ryan 2012 wrote:
<quoted text>Let me know when one of your USAF fly boys can land an E-2C Hawkeye on a carrier deck......at night.....in a storm.
You learned to do that in 6 years? Amazing!

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Nuculur option wrote:
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Tell it to Christie,who's been complimenting Obama and FEMA nonstop for 5 days now.
You lose.
He had to be nice. It's what proper people do. He wants Federal funds to clean up his state. He may not respect the man, but does respect the office. Tell that to the White House workers when "Slick & the "Hil-Bily" left the White House??

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Philippine Slim wrote:
I sure will be happy when this forum is dumped, and replaced with "Mitt Romney, our next president".
Not anytime soon.

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Romney-Ryan 2012 wrote:
<quoted text>President Romney has decided he will Obama on his staff as his shoe-shine boy.
No such person as Prez Romney

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Obamatosis wrote:
Hell has frozen over.
Newsday, as liberal a NY newspaper as the NY Times,
HAS ENDORSED MITT ROMNEY.
This newspaper is as far left as they get. I'm in total shock.
Editorial: Elect Mitt Romney president of the United States
Had Barack Obama done the job of president with the same passion and vision he displayed in seeking it, he would likely deserve another term.
He did not.
Against this we must weigh Mitt Romney, an imperfect candidate but one who has a special track record too. From his creation of a vast personal fortune to his successful stewardship of the threatened Salt Lake City Olympics to his governing of Massachusetts, Romney's life is a tale of success after success, many of them achieved in difficult circumstances.
Romney's potential to put America back to work earns him our endorsement.
Obama's failure to accelerate the improvement of the economy is the dominant reason Romney is the right choice, but it's not the only one. There are also the broken promises. On the campaign trail in 2008, Obama promised to halve the annual budget deficit of the United States. Instead, the shortfall has remained over $1 trillion per year, and the national debt has increased about 45 percent.
Obama said he would pass comprehensive immigration reform, but he never made a significant attempt to address it.
He said future generations would look back on his election as the time we began to slow the rise of the oceans and hasten the healing of the planet, yet he never introduced meaningful legislation aimed at achieving those goals.
Obama promised a transparent administration but instead ran a secretive White House. And Obama promised a newfound respect for civil liberties, and yet, in an expansive reading of congressional authority to use military force, he has authorized the unilateral assassination of American citizens abroad.
Obama promised to drive the unemployment rate below 6 percent in four years. It sits at 7.9 percent, just above the level when he was inaugurated.
History may well laud Obama for passing the first comprehensive health care plan to cover millions of uninsured, guarantee coverage for those with pre-existing conditions and for preventive care, and keep young adults on their parents' policies until age 26. But the law may not control costs, fails to address malpractice litigation and the expense it imposes on the system, and is based on iffy funding. Worse, Obama didn't sell the public on his plan, allowing his opponents to hijack it.
Most important, Obama promised to end the partisan divide in Washington but didn't do so. To be fair, he had no help from Republicans, but that is the case, by definition, with partisan divides. Obama should have looked to the track record of Franklin D. Roosevelt, and brought his case to the people.
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Not very convincing endorsement, Jane. Piss poor in fact. There are more excuses here than an school teacher hears to explain why junior didn't have his homework. Talk about a lukewarm endorsement of a "flawed" candidate. Sounds more like an Obama endorsement. It is no surprise Newsday, one of the worst papers on the planet would endorse Rmoney. The "Dolans/Cablevision" are a bunch of corporate whores. If one didn't know better you could misinterpret this endorsment as satire. This is why Newsday is third rate paper.
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keyedup wrote:
<quoted text>Republicans elected one.... Reagan...
Older men are distinguished. Older women are scarecrows.

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Romney-Ryan 2012 wrote:
<quoted text>He won't release his college records because they reflect his Communist views.
College transcripts don't show that type of information. I realize you don't have your own to look at. Would you like to see mine?

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sonicfilter wrote:
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Yes, all the fact checking sites agree.
Though usually in an article comparing the lies of both.
One poll says one thing, another poll says another thing.

One article says one thing, another article says another thing.

We've all made up our minds and argue about why. None of us will probably change our minds either...most have probably already voted.

Those who cannot speak in an adult manner think they win arguments by calling names when they can't think of anything to say. I think that only may work SOMETIMES in kindergarten.

I too will be glad when this is over. Of course, it'll be all over except the "bitchin" by one side or the other.

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Romney-Ryan 2012 wrote:
<quoted text>Christie? The walking heart attack traitor that's owned by the labor unions? Bloomberg? The idiot who wants to ban soft drinks while people die on Staten Island? Maybe they should get together. Bloomberg could put Cristie on a weight control program.
Curious. If they supported your candidate would you be saying these words?
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Nuculur option wrote:
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So that's what your hatred and nastiness is all about.
You're scared shitless!!
Floriduh is watching the demographics change, as predicted, and it's driving him further around the bend!!
Deal with it, you old gray fool!!
Your vote is now marginalized. In spite of you scared white nitwits attempts, you will not disenfranchise voters as the south has historically done with Jim Crow laws, the latest of which is the Voter ID scam. Voter Id where nobody has been able to prove that voter fraud even exists!!
As with abortion and gay rights, you white haters are all about stealing rights from citizens, often under dumb religious beliefs, which have no standing in the public square.
You white fascists will not stop the citizens from voting. All citizens. Those days are over, forever. Racism is dying, and you're among the last to get the message.
I'm lovin' it!!
ROMNEY/RYAN et al 2012
Simply because of th qualified EXPERIENCE required for REAL Leadership for ALL of America again-NOT just some!

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