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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sonicfilter

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And what's with the 'every news source that's not down with Mitt must be getting paid by Obama'?

So now you care? On another of 100 different issues?

Bush administration payment of columnists

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bush_administrat...

You Bush deniers have a lot of work to do over at Wiki to make sure you're not actually being hypocrites. That F&F thing sure could use a wingnut edit or 20.
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keyedup wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you dummy for your Support of President Obama....Barack Obama, our next President
1 more day loser
You just hang yourself , just like obummer did with his presidency.
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Yesterday, there was chaos in Miami-Dade County, Florida where Governor Rick Scott suspended in-person absentee voting because too many people were waiting to vote. And that was only after early voting lines lasted upwards of six hours and were shut down at the designated 1 p.m. closing time. A six hour long line in the hot Miami sun just to cast a ballot. After social media exploded in protest, Scott allows the in-person absentee vote to continue. But this only a cursory victory for voting rights because absentee ballots, unlike the early votes during normal polling hours, are too often rejected for errors.
And here’s a shocker. The Miami Herald reported on Saturday that 187,000 more Democrats than Republicans had voted. If you’re Rick Scott, there’s a clear political motivation to block that progress.
In Ohio, secretary of state Jon Husted, who’s been the most obsessive vote-suppressor of any Republican official in the nation, tossed another wrench in the works the other day by ordering the rejection of provisional ballots that do not correctly list the form of photo ID presented to poll workers. Prior to this new Husted rule, filling in the ID information was the job of the poll worker and now the risk of mistake increases exponentially. If the slightest error is made, the entire provisional ballot will be discarded. Potentially hundreds of thousands of provisional ballots could be rejected. This knife in the back of Ohio voters is only the latest attempt by Husted to disenfranchise voters, specifically Democratic voters, in the swingiest of the swing states — the state that will absolutely decide who will win on Tuesday.
Suffice to say, Rick Scott and Jon Husted ought to be sanctioned by the Justice Department for civil rights violations under the Voting Rights Act. From Rick Scott to Rick Perry, to Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett to South Carolina governor Nikki Haley to Jon Husted, their only goal is to preserve the white, wealthy, conservative power structure.
But this is only an extension of a core tenet of the Republican Party: it simply does not want people to vote. The more voters there are, the less likely Republicans will win. Especially now with a growing minority population.
Here’s the founder of the Heritage Foundation and the Moral Majority, Paul Weyrich, in 1980 laying it out in simple terms.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
“I don’t want everybody to vote. Elections are not won by a majority of the people. They never have been from the beginning of our country and they are not now. As a matter of fact, our leverage in the elections quite candidly goes up as the voting populace goes down.”.......
It’s difficult to know whether voter disenfranchisement will ultimately swing tomorrow’s results, but the Republicans are trying really, really hard to make it so. And yet the Republicans somehow continue to be treated with seriousness and respect in spite of their obviously nefarious means.
http://thedailybanter.com/2012/11/six-hour-li...
But, they get away with it without consequences. In this case I tend to agree with Carol; get your vote in on time to avoid these issues, because we know the Republicans will use any opportunity to suppress the voters; they know they are Democrats.
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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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Another poster stated it well:
Florida was once a great State, on track to get a modern public transportation system. Up to 1999 our State was fiscally sound. Why? Florida had only had two Republican Governors since 1885. Then came Jeb Bush. His first act was bullying voters into taking back the mandate for public transportation, then he lined his buddies pockets with the disaster relief of 2004/05. After 12 years of Republican misrule our State is broke. It is safe to say that Florida is the most crooked state in the Union now. We are dealing with
- shameless disaster and public contract profiteering
- election fraud on a level only known in banana republics
- citizens have to jump through hoops to get unemployment which they paid for.
- petty-felons have to fight to get their civil rights reinstated.
- a governor who acts like a feudal overlord
- suggestive constitutional amendments to allow Scott to fire and appoint judges
- the governor's wife owns the companies that carries out mandatory drug testing
- record levels of uninsured, with Scott not accepting Federal money to help
- record levels of unemployment, homelessness, and foreclosures
- property and local taxes going up by the year while property values tank
- politicians lining their pockets (Rubio, Sansom, etc)
We can thank the GOP for the successful Jamaicanization of our State. I only hope that these people standing in line at their polling stations realize what's going on in our state and make the right decision.
The mau mau fluking slut picks up hitchhikers for good luck

Men fear women in Zimbabwe after spate of rapes to harvest their sperm
Friday, March 23, 2012
Daily Mail ^| 03/23/2012

Gangs of beautiful women in Zimbabwe have been picking up male hitchhikers to have sexual intercourse and harvest their sperm for use in traditional luck-enhancing 'juju' rituals, according to local media reports. Local woman, Susan Dhliwayo, claims she pulled her car over recently to pick up a group of male hitchhikers and they refused to get in, because they feared they were going to be raped.

“What goes around, comes around”

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Alloramadai wrote:
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One blog compiling and analyzing polls from multiple sources does.
Good morning, Carol
Depends on WHICH multiple sources I suppose. And the projection of the writer.

I dislike numbers....they can all be manipulated, bent, and even tampered with. I just hope the vote count comes out fair and square, I could care less about polls.

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carol wrote:
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You all just need to take a friggin' pill.
"A judge has ordered an early-voting site in central Florida to stay open an additional four hours Sunday following lawsuits filed by the state Democratic party.
The judge ordered the polling site in Orange County to extend its hours because it was shut down Saturday while authorities investigated a suspicious package.
Voting in Miami-Dade County didn't conclude until about 1 a.m. Sunday because voters standing in line when the polls closed were allowed to vote.
The Orange County site is a library in the city of Winter Park. The suspicious package turned out to be a cooler."
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/11/04/fl...
Lol,,,"A judge extended the hours in Orange County after the state Democratic Party sued for more time". Nice.
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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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I agree! He's on tv more than anyone else, likes to hear himself talk. What a load.
McCain was quite clear.

The Kenyan abandoned them to die, lied about it and flew to Vegas to party with Beyonce.

America gets Benghazi.

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keyedup wrote:
Hopefully there will be mass racist suicide tomorrow night among teabaggers
Hopefully there will be mass racistlooting and burning tomorrow night among AAs .

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Obama's last message to the voters:

Get some revenge.

Yeah, like they're not the party of blind hatred.

We're going to get some sanity back in our government.

No more running guns for Mexican drug cartels.
No more killing Americans in our embassies.
No more stuffing the pockets of Demcorat cronies with money the economy desperately needs.
No more surrendering to the muslim terrorists.

And, no more being embarrassed in front of the entire world when the president spews obvious lies to the world.... among a plethora of other embarrassments Obama caused.
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Nonsense. The free market capitalist system created a prosperous middle class. Democrats smothered it with extortion, taxes and regulation.
Democrats are 100% responsible for the sub prime housing balloon and the subsequent collapse of the financial sector by blackmailing bankers into issuing trillions in loans to minorities or face the charge of racism. The Kenyan's communist coup made the economy worse.
No, you little man, free market did NOT create a middle class. Unions did. Before unions workers has nothing including no pay . The unions allowed the middle class to be created. Didn't matter if a person was a union member or not, their pay was based on what the union guy got. The Republican Party has been pickling away at the overthrow of unions for 30 years now. The same graph chart that shows union decline matches the same chart that shows middle class decline.
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The Rich will bring back jobs to America when the American workers agree to the same as China..30 cents/hr, 16 hour days. no overtime, no health, no safety, no retirement, no chance of moving up.
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Check the unemployment rate and the GDP under Republican leadership in the White House and in Congress.
Poverty isn't going to go away just because of big government.
That's not what you think, is it?
The Calvary Chapel pastor gave a rabid dog sermon commanding people to vote republican because of abortion and gay marriage.
That cult of criminal money launderers should be shut down.
Despicable beyond words.

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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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Another poster stated it well:
Florida was once a great State, on track to get a modern public transportation system. Up to 1999 our State was fiscally sound. Why? Florida had only had two Republican Governors since 1885. Then came Jeb Bush. His first act was bullying voters into taking back the mandate for public transportation, then he lined his buddies pockets with the disaster relief of 2004/05. After 12 years of Republican misrule our State is broke. It is safe to say that Florida is the most crooked state in the Union now. We are dealing with
- shameless disaster and public contract profiteering
- election fraud on a level only known in banana republics
- citizens have to jump through hoops to get unemployment which they paid for.
- petty-felons have to fight to get their civil rights reinstated.
- a governor who acts like a feudal overlord
- suggestive constitutional amendments to allow Scott to fire and appoint judges
- the governor's wife owns the companies that carries out mandatory drug testing
- record levels of uninsured, with Scott not accepting Federal money to help
- record levels of unemployment, homelessness, and foreclosures
- property and local taxes going up by the year while property values tank
- politicians lining their pockets (Rubio, Sansom, etc)
We can thank the GOP for the successful Jamaicanization of our State. I only hope that these people standing in line at their polling stations realize what's going on in our state and make the right decision.
Election fraud by Republicans in Florida isn't news anymore, it's a tradition.
Florida

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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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I agree! He's on tv more than anyone else, likes to hear himself talk. What a load.
Welfare mixed with abortion was never intended to be a career opportunity, sadly it's the best lily can do...
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lily believes a woman's place is unemplyed, just stay in the home or at an abortion clinic...
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Government controlling women's brains and bodies with Chemicals and Pills... As Obama parties down low in Las Vegas and in South Florida, lying to America as New Yorkers dumpster-dive for food, in freezing temperatures, and are dying...
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AND... More NO votes for a sellout obama..
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It's the culture...

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for 30 years they got away with it...
its over now...
The only thing now is President Hillary Clinton in 2016
Hillary shot herself in the foot covering for Barack Obama's foreign policy failure. By the time 2016 arrives, the details will be known. Poor Hillary.
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Couldnt agree more these right bent wing nuts have gotten so accustomed to dismissing any reality that doesnt tell them what they want to hear theyve constructed an alternate universe.
They arent going to be able to do this after the election and byzantine voter fraud conspiracies arent going to be enough.
Some of them are going to crack.
Most of them aint wrapped to tight to begin with.
And who to blame this time? No ACORN, and Nathan Sproul FINALLY got outed after make millions tearing up Democrat registrations for Bush, McCain, and Romney.

I'm all ears wingnuts. Let's hear the excuse. Might as well bring it on now. No point in delaying the inevitable.

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fred wrote:
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America catches up to fred and realizes the Kenyan has committed the greatest crime in history.
Wash Times' Jeff Kuhner: Sheriff Joe's Obama Investigation Biggest Scandal in American History
Friday, March 23, 2012
YouTube ^| 3/22/2012 | BirtherReportDotCom
Washington Times Writer Jeff Kuhner on TruNews: Obama has Perpetrated a Massive Hoax and Fraud upon the American People; Obama Document Fraud Biggest Scandal in American History; Much Bigger than Watergate; Everything Obama Has Done Could be Illegal; American Media Silent - Part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Yup.
It could be that anything and everything signed by Obama is null and void.

The country resumes its greatness, or we continue on the path of countries like Greece tomorrow.
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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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The Calvary Chapel pastor gave a rabid dog sermon commanding people to vote republican because of abortion and gay marriage.
That cult of criminal money launderers should be shut down.
Despicable beyond words.
fred was retweeted!

Your Tweet was retweeted!

Benghazi in a nutshell: Obama abandoned them to die, lied about it and flew to Vegas to party with Beyonce. End of story.

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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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But, they get away with it without consequences. In this case I tend to agree with Carol; get your vote in on time to avoid these issues, because we know the Republicans will use any opportunity to suppress the voters; they know they are Democrats.
Yup. If you vote early, you can still vote in your home state on election day.

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carol wrote:
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Check the unemployment rate and the GDP under Republican leadership in the White House and in Congress.
Poverty isn't going to go away just because of big government.
That's not what you think, is it?
Hi Carol! Why, it would seem the bigger the government gets, the more poverty there is.

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brown eyes wrote:
Chris Christie was Mitt Romney's first choice as VP, not Paul Ryan. Leaked memo. LOL Chris Christie praised President Obama.
How much Federal money will the State of New Jersey receive for it's clean up? Christie was respecting the Office. He knows 'What side his bread is buttered on??

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