Barack Obama, our next President

"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 ... Full Story
Ray

Lincoln City, OR

#797980 Nov 7, 2012
In 2008 there was very little little excuse to elect the worst candidate in history, this year there is no excuse. If you voted for Obama you should unregister and leave voting to the people who actually know what they are doing!!

“It's all about the struggle”

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#797981 Nov 7, 2012
Lil Ticked wrote:
Electoral votes are a sham.
Duh!

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#797982 Nov 7, 2012
Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
<quoted text>
The two big whiners, emmam and gunner, CT and CA!!
They should move to a red state.
At least Emaam showed up!!

Gunner and Fretard have proven themselves cowards.

The wrestling Queen (R-McMahon) lost badly to D-Murphy after spending over $40 Million of her own money to buy an election.

Americans are far brighter than Republiclowns give them credit for.

They saw right through the lies. And the overwhelming money advantage the Repubs were counting on to help them.

all in all, a very satisfying election.

“I'm here with bells on.”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#797983 Nov 7, 2012
carol wrote:
<quoted text>
Only the House is Republican. The fiscal cliff is coming faster than you think. The Senate and this president will make sure of it.
Calm down, Lyndi. You can always move to China, where the female workforce is enormous, if ill-paid.
Happy Days

Emmaus, PA

#797984 Nov 7, 2012
YIPPPEEEEE!!!!!
Lord Fetch

Lansing, IL

#797985 Nov 7, 2012
Ray wrote:
In 2008 there was very little little excuse to elect the worst candidate in history, this year there is no excuse. If you voted for Obama you should unregister and leave voting to the people who actually know what they are doing!!
at least you're not into hyperbole

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#797986 Nov 7, 2012
TheIndependentMajority wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey-that sounds jussssssssssst like one of Romney's speeches on the trail last week.
Are you plagerizing Homer?
(I'll let it slide since you mentioned Christie-ROCKS lol)
BOOOOOOOOOOO to more robbinghoodieTIC Tax and Fine on working class poor Americans, w/OUT affordable healthcare options! Let the Gridlock or get it right begin!!
The TEA PARTY!
HERE for the Duration!(like it or not lol)
GOD Bless America!
Christie does rock!!

His help proved how bipartisan Obama is - if he has a partner to work with.

Christie proved he is willing to work with the other side.

Obama proved he is willing to work with the other side.

Romney proved he's an out of touch elitist!!
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#797987 Nov 7, 2012
Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Real,
Happy Alan Grayson won! Who will run for Gov of Fl?
Charlie Crist again?
He might like to but I don't think Chaingang Charlie has a snowballs chance. It appears that Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer (D) is interested and his stock is proven. On the (R) side Adam Putnam is a natural, either would be very capable as governor.

Grayson will do well in the US House and could perhaps replace Nelson in the Senate in six years when Nelson retires at 76 yoa.
Grayson wouldn't be a good governor__at least not in our state, he'd choke one of those panhandle morons to death and wind up in Raiford.
Lord Fetch

Lansing, IL

#797988 Nov 7, 2012
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Duh!
2,694,165 more popular votes and rising...

once a tard...always a tard
Lord Fetch

Lansing, IL

#797989 Nov 7, 2012
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Calm down, Lyndi. You can always move to China, where the female workforce is enormous, if ill-paid.
funny how all those complaining loudest about jobs have been retired for four decades
Lord Fetch

Lansing, IL

#797990 Nov 7, 2012
where's Floriduhhhhh?
Steves predictions

New York, NY

#797991 Nov 7, 2012
I predict that the US is Heading for a Recession With 2nd Obama Term.

We wonít get a depression, thankfully. This is still a very resilient economy, but we will have a recession.

Obamaís raising taxes on capital, raising taxes on small businesses is going to pose a real burden.

We have Europe doing the same thing: piling on new taxes, Japan piling on new taxes. The Federal Reserve is going to continue to undermine the dollar, which is going to hurt small and medium-size business. Itís going to be very tough sledding next year.

I was stunned by Obamaís sweeping victory over Mitt Romney. I thought Romney was connecting and became a credible alternative to Obama in the debates, especially after Americans got to see an articulate Romney and Obama without a teleprompter in the first debate and his finally being asked questions.

But with the benefit of hindsight, Romney didnít hammer home the way a Reagan would have, in terms of a positive agenda. He was very cautious in the last three or four weeks and he was cautious in the last debate.

Romney had no major interviews in the last four weeks and played it safe, like Tom Dewey in 1948. He lost it because Obama had established a message that the economy was not his fault. They were still blaming Bush and the polls showed that. People felt that things were starting to get a bit better. The other thing that hurt, something beyond anyoneís control: the storm in the Northeast.

Obamaís second term will come with rocky financial patches for some industries, because he does not have a mandate, but he will push hard for a second-term agenda, which will be more of the same as in the first term. If he canít get it through Congress then he will do it through regulation.

This is very bad news for the pharmaceutical industry, very bad news for the coal industry, very bad news for high-tech. We are going to have a recession next year. Itís not going to help the president, but sadly the country is going to pay the price for it.(Think NO JOBS.)

Obama is also likely to try to accelerate plans to further tax the rich and pursue policies that would redistribute wealth across the nation, and I donít think he needs to ratchet up the rhetoric, because he will get his tax increases. He will continue to wage regulatory warfare against the business community, even if he does it with a low voice.

Again, you are going to have to look at what these so-called independent agencies, like the EPA, the FDA and others are going to do. Itís going to very harmful toward free enterprise for freedom.

Another major issue, the national deficit, will also continue to fester with debt going to up trillions of dollars. Itís not just the debt and the deficit. Itís the fact that we are consuming wealth, Washington is consuming wealth, instead of enabling or letting America crate wealth.

The asset side of the balance sheet is going to be under severe pressure, while the liabilities are going up. Thatís a lethal combination. We are on the road to Greece and itís not going to be pleasant.

Under Obama, the Federal Reserve has been undermining the dollar, and that will continue. The government loves it because its deficit up to your ears. They get to finance the deficit at no ascendible cost. Itís going to be very hard on the economy, especially new and growing businesses.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#797992 Nov 7, 2012
THE DEBIL wrote:
Actually, Debil is the Anti-Christ anyways.
Now that's funny!
reality

Germantown, OH

#797994 Nov 7, 2012
Tuesday Nov. 6th 11:15PM EST, America officially became a hopeless pansy-state.

The majority of generally common sense thinking people might be tricked once into making a mistake like Obama.

If they do it 2X in eight years this means the key votes that put Obama over the top came primarily from lazy azz minorities or (ahem) so-called "disabled" who no doubt live each and every day in fear of losing their welfare money.
Lord Fetch

Lansing, IL

#797995 Nov 7, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
At least Emaam showed up!!
Gunner and Fretard have proven themselves cowards.
The wrestling Queen (R-McMahon) lost badly to D-Murphy after spending over $40 Million of her own money to buy an election.
Americans are far brighter than Republiclowns give them credit for.
They saw right through the lies. And the overwhelming money advantage the Repubs were counting on to help them.
all in all, a very satisfying election.
fred's gone largely silent on twitter too...i'm guessing he used that president romney, 44 states, 400 electoral votes over there too
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#797996 Nov 7, 2012
TheIndependentMajority wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey-that sounds jussssssssssst like one of Romney's speeches on the trail last week.
Are you plagerizing Homer?
(I'll let it slide since you mentioned Christie-ROCKS lol)
BOOOOOOOOOOO to more robbinghoodieTIC Tax and Fine on working class poor Americans, w/OUT affordable healthcare options! Let the Gridlock or get it right begin!!
The TEA PARTY!
HERE for the Duration!(like it or not lol)
GOD Bless America!
That was part of Romney's recession speech dummy. Please try and focus, I know it's tough with all the meth.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#797997 Nov 7, 2012
Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, and leave a big fat life insurance policy to your wife so she and the pool guy can finally have fun!!
That funny coming from someone who didn't wait for the ambulance chaser to die.
James Madison

Birmingham, AL

#797998 Nov 7, 2012
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
You just can't avooid telling your filthy lies, can you.
Women abondoned Rmoney in droves. As did young Americans.
Leaving you with your lies to peddle to whom??
Third trimester abortions are more rare that a Teabagger with a brain!!
yea, bimbo air-head women believed anything obama told them about Romney ,that is why they were not able to vote until 1922 .
And young pampered-brats that think obama is going to forgive their college loans debt!!!!
Lord Fetch

Lansing, IL

#798000 Nov 7, 2012
Steves predictions wrote:
I predict that the US is Heading for a Recession With 2nd Obama Term.
We wonít get a depression, thankfully. This is still a very resilient economy, but we will have a recession.
Obamaís raising taxes on capital, raising taxes on small businesses is going to pose a real burden.
We have Europe doing the same thing: piling on new taxes, Japan piling on new taxes. The Federal Reserve is going to continue to undermine the dollar, which is going to hurt small and medium-size business. Itís going to be very tough sledding next year.
I was stunned by Obamaís sweeping victory over Mitt Romney. I thought Romney was connecting and became a credible alternative to Obama in the debates, especially after Americans got to see an articulate Romney and Obama without a teleprompter in the first debate and his finally being asked questions.
But with the benefit of hindsight, Romney didnít hammer home the way a Reagan would have, in terms of a positive agenda. He was very cautious in the last three or four weeks and he was cautious in the last debate.
Romney had no major interviews in the last four weeks and played it safe, like Tom Dewey in 1948. He lost it because Obama had established a message that the economy was not his fault. They were still blaming Bush and the polls showed that. People felt that things were starting to get a bit better. The other thing that hurt, something beyond anyoneís control: the storm in the Northeast.
Obamaís second term will come with rocky financial patches for some industries, because he does not have a mandate, but he will push hard for a second-term agenda, which will be more of the same as in the first term. If he canít get it through Congress then he will do it through regulation.
This is very bad news for the pharmaceutical industry, very bad news for the coal industry, very bad news for high-tech. We are going to have a recession next year. Itís not going to help the president, but sadly the country is going to pay the price for it.(Think NO JOBS.)
Obama is also likely to try to accelerate plans to further tax the rich and pursue policies that would redistribute wealth across the nation, and I donít think he needs to ratchet up the rhetoric, because he will get his tax increases. He will continue to wage regulatory warfare against the business community, even if he does it with a low voice.
Again, you are going to have to look at what these so-called independent agencies, like the EPA, the FDA and others are going to do. Itís going to very harmful toward free enterprise for freedom.
Another major issue, the national deficit, will also continue to fester with debt going to up trillions of dollars. Itís not just the debt and the deficit. Itís the fact that we are consuming wealth, Washington is consuming wealth, instead of enabling or letting America crate wealth.
The asset side of the balance sheet is going to be under severe pressure, while the liabilities are going up. Thatís a lethal combination. We are on the road to Greece and itís not going to be pleasant.
Under Obama, the Federal Reserve has been undermining the dollar, and that will continue. The government loves it because its deficit up to your ears. They get to finance the deficit at no ascendible cost. Itís going to be very hard on the economy, especially new and growing businesses.
remember when you ran and got your ass handed to you?

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#798001 Nov 7, 2012
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
You are a doctor? I am a nuclear scientist who invented flubber. The internet is a wonderful thing.
Business owner....hahahahaha. the internet is a wonderful thing.

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