Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1263163 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"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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“New year, new frame of mind”

Since: Feb 12

Austin, Texas

#802599 Nov 11, 2012
Soldier of Fortune wrote:
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You're right...that little Muslim Marxist has hammered me since Jan 20,2008!I've lost a lot.I guess I should cry.
I didn't get my Obama phone though!I'm beside myself!
Hahahaha, good one man, this is funny, but its true, he is a socialist. Even when he was first elected, he said "we have to distribute the wealth". That is indeed a socialist point of view! little Muslim Marxist, lol.
Soldier of Fortune

United States

#802601 Nov 11, 2012
sage won wrote:
this is what we've already seen:
Murray Energy Corp. CEO Enters 'Survival Mode' After Obama Reelection, Announces Layoffs
Huffington Post&#8206; - 2 days ago
Scores of US Businesses Announce Closings and Layoffs Due to Obama's Re-election
Examiner.com &#8206; - 2 days ago
Layoff bomb detonates; Large corporations join small businesses in ...
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Boeing's defense division 'unexpectedly' announces layoffs, facility ...
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In the last 48 hours, the following major corporations have announced layoffs in America (links take you to ...
Obama Reelection Triggers Massive Layoffs Across America.
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November 09, 2012 ... They were announced in a short statement made public Thursday, two days after ...
Gee, who could have fore seen this? Certainly not dumbass libs and fleabagging welfare mooches on the left.
Don't lose this post!

Since: Nov 12

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#802602 Nov 11, 2012
For nearly four years, Mr. Obama has presided over a revolution from above. His signature legislative accomplishment is Obamacare. Washington is poised to take over one-sixth of the economy. It will impose a command-and-control government-run health system marked by exploding costs, rationed care, massive tax increases and intrusive mandates. The law also does something else that is unprecedented — and ominous: It encodes the federal funding of abortion. Through an abortion “surcharge,” it compels religious citizens to violate their conscience rights by subsidizing the murder of unborn children. This represents a major step toward a soft tyranny, enlisting Christians to underwrite state-sanctioned infanticide. It threatens to abrogate basic individual liberties.

Once Obamacare is fully implemented in 2014, it will be almost impossible to repeal. Government health care will become interwoven into the fabric of society, as millions lose their employer-based coverage in exchange for public subsidies. Moreover, like in Europe, socialized medicine fundamentally alters the relationship between the state and its citizens. The government essentially nationalizes your body.

Yet, Obama’s drive toward a statist regime has gone much deeper than health care. His nearly $1 trillion stimulus package did nothing to engender economic growth. Rather, it stimulated unprecedented government expansion, amounting to a massive electoral bribe. Every major political constituency was paid off — the public-sector unions, government bureaucrats, environmentalists, minorities, low-income earners and community organizing groups.

His borrow-and-spend policies have led to the highest deficits in history. We are now $5 trillion more in debt. However, nearly 50 million Americans are on food stamps — a skyrocketing increase since 2008. Nearly 1 in 6 citizens live in poverty. Unemployment is chronically high. Growth is sputtering. The federal government now spends more than $1 trillion a year on welfare programs. Combined, they are the single biggest item in the budget, surpassing Social Security, Medicare and defense.

We are becoming a nation of economic deadbeats and social parasites. Obama has forged a new redistributionist order: Tax consumers are devouring the wealth of taxpaying producers. In the process, he is breeding an army — a vast electoral pool — of government dependents. Soon, America will hit the tipping point at which the productive classes are outnumbered — and outvoted —by the nonproductive ones. Our decline will be inexorable and inevitable.

The result is a country on the verge of fiscal bankruptcy. We are now the most indebted nation ever. The $16 trillion national debt is the greatest domestic threat America faces. Obama’s answer is to add another $4 trillion over the next 10 years. By his own budget estimates, we will become Greece by 2016. Obama’s soak-the-rich tax proposals are nothing more than cheap demagoguery. The most they can raise is $90 billion annually — a fraction of the mountain of debt slowly crushing us.

The Obama administration has consistently abused power and violated the Constitution in its effort to solidify big-government liberalism. The Dodd-Frank financial reform entrenched the pernicious principle of too big to fail, guaranteeing that Washington will protect large banks and giant insurance firms in case of major losses. For Obama, that taxpayers will be left holding the bag is irrelevant. The objective was reached: He succeeded in bringing entire sectors under his heel. Goldman Sachs, the auto industry, big pharmaceutical companies — almost every segment of the economy is under the direct control and supervision of the regulatory state.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/nov/...

“life under BO”

Since: Sep 12

buena vista

#802603 Nov 11, 2012
Soldier of Fortune wrote:
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Don't lose this post!
easy to google and likely to get worse, business hates Obama.

Since: Nov 10

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#802604 Nov 11, 2012
BlackMenRuleAll4Life wrote:
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yeah, I sure do, and its sad really. People should really learn about what the candidate stands for before they just vote for him based on his ethnicity. But hey, at least you can have your free birth control and Obama phones.
93 percent of black voters did not vote for Obama just because he is black. I can pretty much guarantee you that if the republicans had a black candidate running for president most blacks would not vote for him. Why? First, republicans are a racist party. So, any black candidate they have would be like Clarence Thomas of the US Supreme Court. He would be an Uncle Tom. Second, republicans never have any good social policies that are in the best interest for black people.

Since: Jul 11

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#802605 Nov 11, 2012
sage won wrote:
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easy to google and likely to get worse, business hates Obama.
Haha, is that like Fox predictions of Romney in a landslide, I think its from the same polling base. THEMSELVES! I can conduct a poll with myself and I will win also!

“New year, new frame of mind”

Since: Feb 12

Austin, Texas

#802607 Nov 11, 2012
tlove610 wrote:
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93 percent of black voters did not vote for Obama just because he is black. I can pretty much guarantee you that if the republicans had a black candidate running for president most blacks would not vote for him. Why? First, republicans are a racist party. So, any black candidate they have would be like Clarence Thomas of the US Supreme Court. He would be an Uncle Tom. Second, republicans never have any good social policies that are in the best interest for black people.
Republicans are a racist party? LOL. What led you to this conclusion? Don't you realize that many members of the republican party are black? SMH
Soldier of Fortune

United States

#802608 Nov 11, 2012
sage won wrote:
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easy to google and likely to get worse, business hates Obama.
Roger that...

I enjoy your opinions, back out!

Since: Aug 11

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#802609 Nov 11, 2012
The Constitution wrote:
<quoted text> Social Security was the biggest scam in the History of America .Now it's second
you got that right.

Do I have a right to Social Security?

Many people believe that Social Security is an earned right-that is, they believe they are entitled to receive Social Security benefits because they have paid Social Security taxes. However, in Flemming v. Nestor (1960), the Supreme Court ruled that workers have no legal right to Social Security: Congress can cut or eliminate Social Security benefits at any time regardless of a worker's contributions.

http://www.socialsecurity.org/daily/01-13-99....

Since: Nov 10

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#802610 Nov 11, 2012
BlackMenRuleAll4Life wrote:
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Republicans are a racist party? LOL. What led you to this conclusion? Don't you realize that many members of the republican party are black? SMH
Fifty plus years of living let me know the republicans are a racist party. Yes there are black members in the the republican party. However, they are less than five percent of the party. Also, this is perfect example of why I know republicans are racist:

&fe ature=my_liked_videos&list =LLlSdBvo56ZiuzJ2eOt_XQRQ

You walked into that partner.

Since: Nov 12

Wan Chai, Hong Kong

#802611 Nov 11, 2012
Hi,guys.I am new!

“Is that all you've got?”

Since: Jun 10

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#802612 Nov 11, 2012
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Somebody forgot their Smart Pills this morning...
Thanks for reminding me. ;)
Soldier of Fortune

United States

#802614 Nov 11, 2012
OBAMA TWO TERM PRESIDENT wrote:
<quoted text> say what you want idiot, you were defeated.
NO...You were defeated!

You and your lover Obama appeased and succumbed to our enemies!

You,and Obama genuflect to Hezbollah,Hamas,the Sunni Muslims,and Sharia law!
Obama doesn't have a problem with Sharia law and agrees to killing women!He is a moderator and a traitor with no protest to the Muslim Brotherhood and the killing of Americans!

Obama is the biggest most dangerous FRAUD the World has ever known!

OWOP

Since: Nov 12

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#802615 Nov 11, 2012
tlove610 wrote:
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93 percent of black voters did not vote for Obama just because he is black. I can pretty much guarantee you that if the republicans had a black candidate running for president most blacks would not vote for him. Why? First, republicans are a racist party. So, any black candidate they have would be like Clarence Thomas of the US Supreme Court. He would be an Uncle Tom. Second, republicans never have any good social policies that are in the best interest for black people.
Where do you get your information? Do you have a link?

“New year, new frame of mind”

Since: Feb 12

Austin, Texas

#802616 Nov 11, 2012
tlove610 wrote:
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Fifty plus years of living let me know the republicans are a racist party. Yes there are black members in the the republican party. However, they are less than five percent of the party. Also, this is perfect example of why I know republicans are racist:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =jaW92c2hqNsXX&feature=my_ liked_videos&list=LLlSdBvo 56ZiuzJ2eOt_XQRQ
You walked into that partner.
Ok, you're a bit older than me, but that video doesn't prove anything. You have one primary source there, and who's to say he's a credible source? Having more primary sources with the same view point would be a more convincing argument. MSNBC is not somewhere you should go to get your news, they are a far left network with socialist views, and they are owned by a company that the president sponsors, so thats hardly a convincing argument. There is a bias there and a complete conflict of interest.

Since: Nov 10

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#802617 Nov 11, 2012
BlackMenRuleAll4Life wrote:
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Ok, you're a bit older than me, but that video doesn't prove anything. You have one primary source there, and who's to say he's a credible source? Having more primary sources with the same view point would be a more convincing argument. MSNBC is not somewhere you should go to get your news, they are a far left network with socialist views, and they are owned by a company that the president sponsors, so thats hardly a convincing argument. There is a bias there and a complete conflict of interest.
Stay delusional and brainwashed if you want. ROFLMAO!

Since: Nov 12

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#802618 Nov 11, 2012
tlove610 wrote:
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Stay delusional and brainwashed if you want. ROFLMAO!
It is actually YOU who are delusional and brainwashed! Very obvious in your posts. The gentleman made very valid statements which YOU should strongly consider.

Since: Nov 12

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#802619 Nov 11, 2012
BlackMenRuleAll4Life wrote:
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Ok, you're a bit older than me, but that video doesn't prove anything. You have one primary source there, and who's to say he's a credible source? Having more primary sources with the same view point would be a more convincing argument. MSNBC is not somewhere you should go to get your news, they are a far left network with socialist views, and they are owned by a company that the president sponsors, so thats hardly a convincing argument. There is a bias there and a complete conflict of interest.
I really like your viewpoint!!

“New year, new frame of mind”

Since: Feb 12

Austin, Texas

#802620 Nov 11, 2012
tlove610 wrote:
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Stay delusional and brainwashed if you want. ROFLMAO!
I don't blame you for you point of view, if you feel like I'm brainwashed, then more power to you. I used to be a liberal also, until I realized that people need to be accountable for themselves. It's not my responsibility to take care of someone who doesn't want to work. Does that make me a racist? I'm mostly black BTW. The funniest thing happened to me today. I was in a 7-11 getting a coffee, and a heavyset black woman goes up to the counter with her welfare card, she tried to use the card, and it was declined. She sits there for minutes arguing with Kumar or whatever his name was, saying that she has money on the card. For me, that was embarrassing, because this black woman was obviously an able bodied individual who could be working, but instead, shes living off of my and your (assuming you work)tax dollars. You obviously voted for Obama, and yes I'm proud to have a Black President, but I didn't vote for him, especially just because he's black. I work hard for everything I have. Why can't others work hard too.
Do you think it's acceptable for people to make excuses for their own well being? Voting for socialist policies is detrimental to us, you make think it helps to have the government on your side, but its actually working against those who should be trying to better themselves, instead they live off the government and that gives them zero incentive to improve their standard of life. Maybe you're the one who's brainwashed, you're doing exactly what the current government wants you to do, supporting socialism, and for what? Welfare? Free Birth Control and Free Cell phones? Come on bro, you know better than that!
Razors Edge

Oak Lawn, IL

#802621 Nov 11, 2012
Le Figaro (Paris) reported Friday that a French-organized international military intervention in northern Mali is in the works.-- The government of François Hollande, pushing hard on the matter, is letting it be known that it is "only a matter of weeks" before its first phase is engaged, with the impending rainy season in Mali adding urgency to the situation.-- Paris, however, which "claims to be breaking with past 'Françafrique' practices" and "doesn't want to hear once again about its colonial past," is "refusing to be on the front line," Isabelle Lasserre said.-- And major difficulties have not been resolved, a meeting of the Support and Follow-up Group on Mali in Bamako showed on Friday: for the time being "the situation appears deadlocked both because of confusion over the sharing of power in Bamako after the March putsch and because of international disagreements over whether it is a good idea to engage in dialogue with the rebels before using force." -- And the U.S. is playing a larger role than originally expected: "Remaining until recently in the background on the Sahel matter, the United States has changed its position since the attack on its diplomatic representatives in Benghazi on Sept. 11, which caused the death, in 'atrocious conditions,' of Ambassador Chris Stevens.'The Sahel has become a stake for the Americans. They now want to be more closely associated with the intervention,' confirms a source close to the French Ministry of Defense who has spoken at length with his American counterpart, Leon Panetta. The Americans, which have armed drones in the region, are no longer ruling out intervening directly in the north of Mali, for example by carrying out armed strikes on targets." ...

lefigaro..

a day late,and a dollar short..FUBAR/Cluster F**k
by our So called "Intel Depts...

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