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
dem

Chicago, IL

#811770 Nov 26, 2012
Nightchalker wrote:
<quoted text>Like ya mudda when "debil" is finished hammering it?
If you don't mind, yawkie can be quite sensitive about mommy jokes.
Her own mother is currently worm food.
Lord Fetch

Tonawanda, NY

#811771 Nov 26, 2012
dem wrote:
<quoted text>
Nobody can call you a one note fktard.
A one nut pusssccceee yes.
hey bro, careful he's mirroring you.
your calling yourself a one nut pusssccceee and a one note fktard.
dem

Chicago, IL

#811772 Nov 26, 2012
new yawk wrote:
<quoted text>Dancin'? Dude, you're delusional.

I'm too bizy laughing so hard at Nightchalker, I can barely type.

He's got you soooo locked down. It's F-N Hilarious, dumpty!
Excuse me, but you are Nightchalker

Seems that makes your opinion somewhat biased.
dem

Chicago, IL

#811773 Nov 26, 2012
The yawkie meltdown will soon culminate in her killing herself
Or at least attempting like last time she ditched her meds.
dem

Chicago, IL

#811774 Nov 26, 2012
Lord Fetch wrote:
<quoted text>hey bro, careful he's mirroring you.
your calling yourself a one nut pusssccceee and a one note fktard.
Good one, yawkie.
The old " I know you are, but what am I" trick.
Wasn't your mothers nickname Old Trick?
new yawk

Tonawanda, NY

#811776 Nov 26, 2012
dem wrote:
<quoted text>
Excuse me, but you are Nightchalker
Seems that makes your opinion somewhat biased.
hee-hee-hee
lifes a beach

Myerstown, PA

#811777 Nov 26, 2012
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
What an idiot.
Claiming Obama never had a job & had no experience before becoming President.
Typical uneducated, uninformed right whiner.
Ok here's a question- show me a job where he was in charge of the economic aspect of a business or rather where he was previously educated in economic policy? He has no clue when it comes to fiscal matters, its really just obvious at this point.
brown eyes

Christiansburg, VA

#811778 Nov 26, 2012
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
You statement shows you clearly to be a Neanderthal Consumer.
Hey, my beer bottle looks sexier than your beer bottle!
D-u-u-h-h-h!
Think much?
Flattery will get you anywhere in this world. I like my Henikens myself. Whiskey is better.
lifes a beach

Myerstown, PA

#811779 Nov 26, 2012
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>He has stepped up, you have 1/2 the country(rightwingers) holding us back. You voted for McCain and Romney, so I would say you have egg on your face or possibly just highway dust from being left along the roadside. Florida. I can reminisce about the good old days and what might have been, no 9/11, no need for Afghan War, no Iraq War, a budget surplus, can't I?
I think after about 8 years of Gore we'd be down to just a few trillion in debt, whomever won in 2008 wouldn't have continued the Bush sepnding because it wouldn't have been there, probably no need for a massive stimulis either.
There, you've brought another tear to my eye, you happy now?
Oh really? So how do you account for the persistent relatively high unemployment rate? Or a marked increase in applications for government assistance and unemployment benefits? Perhaps Bush started it but Obama sure is doing a bang-up job of continuing it...
new yawk

Tonawanda, NY

#811781 Nov 26, 2012
Nightchalker is not a sock.

But he's funny as all get TFO !!

Eh, your defeat is showING!

Your Lament Is At Hand ... Remember that handle?

AHAAHAAAAAAAAAWEEEEEEEEEEE !!!

Don'tcha just love playin' characters, girlfriend??
dem wrote:
<quoted text>
Have I interrupted your Sybil hour?
You're even answering with the wrong socks.

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#811782 Nov 26, 2012
RUSH10ME wrote:
<quoted text>You know how to tell if you are standing next to a liberal democrat ? He has his hand in your pocket .
"RUSH1OME"
You probably also a liberal loon democrat at the OWS debacle, he was lighting up a joint after raping a woman.
Peace
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#811783 Nov 26, 2012
the_rac_on_teur wrote:
America's saviour: Obama!
"LIPA customers who spent weeks without power got zapped with their normal electric bills ó as if the outages never happened"
http://www.jammiewf.com/2012/storm-ravaged-li...
What else do those customers expect when the government is their power supplier?

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#811785 Nov 26, 2012
brown eyes wrote:
<quoted text> Flattery will get you anywhere in this world. I like my Henikens myself. Whiskey is better.
You must wear a headlamp working beneath those bar tables. Free leftovers, too!
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#811787 Nov 26, 2012
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
When the economy improves, unemployment drops, Wages tick upwards, housing comes back, peaceful solution to Iran, Better healthcare with 30 million more insured, reduced oil imports, Reduced dependency on oil, cleaner air, cleaner water, fewer greenhouse gas emissions and lower gasoline prices through reduced demand, we will own that.
None of that is gonna happen. Obama will be responsible for the 2013 recession.
dem

Chicago, IL

#811788 Nov 26, 2012
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>What else do those customers expect when the government is their power supplier?
You my hillbilly azzhole are a filthy fkn liar.
lifes a beach

Myerstown, PA

#811789 Nov 26, 2012
Nj raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> Ah! Thats what it is huh? Whiteman don't own this president so no more tax breaks for the wealthy. Now you want to spew hate & lies like that helped ya'll in the past. You do remember the election outcome right? You do remember how every poll in the book had romney winning with likely voters, all lies! Even though ya'll republicans/business owners felt the closeness of the election you started lying & actually playing dirty with your own american people. Even though ya'll tried to sabotage the economy & jobs rate%, the jobs rate still rose. And thats with a loss of 500,000 private sector jobs. It takes a leader with a clear vision of how he sees the future. Too good mitt has cataracts& couldn't see the furore right in front his rich face. Bottom line, yea we own putting the president in office & back in office, but we dont own him. Can't say the same for past republican presidents. They were owned by people like you thats why we needed change & we got it.
The poor have been voting democrat for over 50 years and they are still poor, who really are the stupid ones then? I don't know what polls you were looking at but CNN had both candidates in a dead heat up until the election results started coming in. Yes, exactly, government desk jockey jobs are becoming the new form of welfare- good pay, great benefits for producing next to nothing in valuable services and products. You want to take about adding unnecessary layers of bureaucratic red tape into an already inefficient, bloated system, well then you just got it. Let's see how long a system like that actually sustains itself. What made this country great was small business owners and small to medium-sized companies that didn't outsource their manufacturing. The American dream of giving creative, hardworking entrepreneurship a solid base for starting and keeping their companies here. That is what made us a world power and respected in capitalist circles, not some government mind-drones mindlessly punching away at additional non-essential paperwork.
new yawk

Tonawanda, NY

#811791 Nov 26, 2012
I admit I killed off The Count, George Elliott and Fetch ...

And you are the only reprobate, degenerate part that remains.

ALL DEAD! DEAD, DEAD, DEAD! MORTA! Myyyyy Preccccioussss !

Hot Damn, they must've been giving you some strong meds.

LOL! The yawkie meltdown will culminate in LMAO@U!

Well, actually it's already started.

You just don't know what real fun and laughter is, you pathetic piece of rat hill dung!

AHA!
dem wrote:
The yawkie meltdown will soon culminate in her killing herself
Or at least attempting like last time she ditched her meds.
dem

Chicago, IL

#811792 Nov 26, 2012
COLONEL ANGUS wrote:
<quoted text>Your patented form of "tough love" just seems to be making the patient even *more* combative. Do you think we'll have to resort to implanting a control chip in the cow, or do you think a good titty pulling will subdue her?
She's surrounding herself with her 'friends'.
I'm afraid the old battle axe might have to be euthanized.
It's what happens to rabid mutts.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#811793 Nov 26, 2012
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
Can't you find something fresh, new and unbiased? Mediamatters has a reputation for smelling bad, you know.
So would the FOX site do? The video will be the same.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#811795 Nov 26, 2012
Revenge of the Reality-Based Community

My life on the Republican rightóand how I saw it all go wrong.

By Bruce Bartlett

I know that itís unattractive and bad form to say ďI told you soĒ when oneís advice was ignored yet ultimately proved correct. But in the wake of the Republican election debacle, itís essential that conservatives undertake a clear-eyed assessment of who on their side was right and who was wrong. Those who were wrong should be purged and ignored; those who were right, especially those who inflicted maximum discomfort on movement conservatives in being right, ought to get credit for it and become regular reading for them once again.

Iím not going to beat around the bush and pretend I donít have a vested interest here. Frankly, I think Iím at ground zero in the saga of Republicans closing their eyes to any facts or evidence that conflict with their dogma. Rather than listen to me, they threw me under a bus. To this day, I donít think they understand that my motives were to help them avoid the permanent decline that now seems inevitable.

For more than 30 years, I was very comfortable within the conservative wing of the Republican Party. I still recall supporting Richard Nixon and Barry Goldwater as a schoolchild. As a student, I was a member of Young Republicans and Young Americans for Freedom at the height of the Vietnam War, when conservatives on college campuses mostly kept their heads down.

In graduate school, I wrote a masterís thesis on how Franklin Roosevelt covered up his responsibility for the Pearl Harbor attackólong a right-wing obsession. My first real job out of graduate school was working for Ron Paul the first time he was elected to Congress in a special election in 1976.(He lost that same year and came back two years later.) In those days, he was the only Tea Party-type Republican in Congress.

After Paulís defeat, I went to work for Congressman Jack Kemp and helped draft the famous Kemp-Roth tax bill, which Ronald Reagan signed into law in 1981. I made important contributions to the development of supply-side economics and detailed my research in a 1981 book, Reaganomics: Supply-Side Economics in Action.

After Reaganís victory, I chose to stay on Capitol Hill, where I was staff director for the Joint Economic Committee and thought I would have more impact. I left to work for Jude Wanniskiís consulting company in 1984, but missed Washington and came back the following year. Jude was, of course, the founding father of supply-side economics, the man who discovered the economists Robert Mundell and Arthur Laffer and made them famous.

I went to work for the Heritage Foundation, but left in 1987 to join the White House staff. I was recruited by Gary Bauer, who was Reaganís principal domestic policy adviser. Gary remains well known among religious conservatives. Late in the administration I moved over to the Treasury Department, where I remained throughout the George H.W. Bush administration.

Afterwards I worked for the Cato Institute and the National Center for Policy Analysis, a conservative think tank based in Dallas. I wrote regularly for the Wall Street Journal editorial page, National Review, and other conservative publications. For 12 years I wrote a syndicated column that ran in the Washington Times, Investorís Business Daily, the New York Sun, and other conservative newspapers.

I supported George W. Bush in 2000, and many close friends served in high-level administration positions. I was especially close to the Council of Economic Advisers and often wrote columns based on input and suggestions from its chairmen, all of whom were friends of mine. Once I even briefed Vice President Dick Cheney on the economy.

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