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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Rick Santorum is now going after disabled people.

My God, you right whiners re something.
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So that proves it didn't start on fox?
You sure
In late February 2012, Ben Bernanke, chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, popularized the term "fiscal cliff" for this crisis.

Too much information, I know.

Go lie down. You'll forget all about it before you know it.

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<quoted text>Sow? Sheeeet. Have you looked at yourself lately? Here:

twitter.com/Alloramadai ... Hey Bulldog!

Nobody takes me for a ride. I drive My Own.

Besides, you sound and look like a Butch.

So, don't love to do, show ... Anything.

Yea, I'll be sure as shyzer to bring My New York Street.

I'll show you how we roll In That Hood ...

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Shyzer? You'll have to keep that cool stuff in your "hood." You are far too tough for me. Butch? You're wishing I was. But, I'm too classy for a nasty New Yawker.

Hot stuff, you are far too low on this food change to have any ability to give orders to me. Therefore - you are DISMISSED. I have ended this lesson with you.
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Realtime thought Fox News made up the phrase "fiscal cliff".
Of course, it was being reported by CNN, ABC and NBC which I had to post to get him in the loop. Not to mention it's on the lips of everyone on Capital Hill these days.
Even so, Realtime still thinks he knows everything. Like the growing number of store chains cutting back employees hours to avoid paying benefits because they aren't good workers...or something like that.
How do you reason with somebody like that?
You can't reason with me Carol because you're a stooge of low IQ who puts trust in any old stranger who sings a familiar song.

Ben Bernanke supposedly coined the phrase fiscal cliff and FOX ran with it, with it's halfwit news readers barely able to complete a paragraph without including the phrase. I mentioned that I got a kick out of some fat purple ankled government funded tea party parasite like you calling it the "physical cliff."

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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/grantley-pa/T ...
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No need to lie stalker. You were banned for stalking and for spamming topix with your judgit machine, Waxballs. Your lucky you weren't arrested for what you did to that woman you fckn sick bastard. Go back to the cesspool you dragged yourself out of you animal.
Waxballs Waxbrains resurfaces from the longest dumpster dive in history!! Remember that topix banishment ? Still stalking women and giving out their personal information to the many topix posters roound the world? Better watch your step there Waxbrains, the Moderators are watching, you sick, psycho Stalker. Still spamming threads with macros runescape I see. You're a real honest to God psychotic STALKER if there ever was one. Keep it up maybe the FBI will catch on.

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/itasca-il/T50 ...
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She changed her name bacause she was being stalked. The poster who was stalking her got her private information and published it for the world to see on this forum. That is why he was banned. So she changed her name. I observed the whole incident from the start. Not only did he publish her information but continued to stalk and harass her. Can you understand why she would change her name now?

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Would you report someone HERE to the moderators if they were giving out YOUR personal information?

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Again, if someone posted YOUR private information would you just sit there and say, "way to go - that's freedom of speech in action?" And I mean information that included your home address and phone number. You would do nothing? If the answer is that you would do nothing then you apparently care little for your family.

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So if someone were giving out your personal information you would not report that person? If someone were using extremely obscene language you would not report that person?
This has absolutely nothing to do ideology. I don't have any problem with free speech. I don't have any problem with people of any political bent expressing their opinions. I DO have a problem with people violating the most basic terms of decency.
Oh, and I would report someone if I saw them breaking into YOUR house. Or abusing a member of YOUR family. I guess you and I are different in that respect. And I'm very sorry for that. Not for me but for you.

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Waxman, you are a known stalker, you've been sactioned by Topix on several occasions.
You are the poster child for keeping certain presonal information unrelated to the debate to one's self.
Come on now...... What's your purpose why aren't your focusing on the issues of the debate, the 1995 Budget Impass?
.... stay with the issue of the debate which is more than enough dialogue with individuals like yourself... didn't you ever warn your children about relating personal information over the internet about themselves?.. it's an employed security feature.

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<quoted text> Here, I gave you another name...LOL
Today's Rejected Woman Syndrome #9 (Keep up the good work)...LOL
Give me any name you want stalker. ALL your sockpuppets have been reported for stalking, threats and harassment and revealing personal information on an anonymous message board. Old habits die hard eh?Have a great day Waxballs.

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dem wrote:
<quoted text>Nate Silver says Texas like Florida will soon be a blue state.
Too bad huh?
I don't know. This may be one of the few instances Nate is wrong. North Texans I know would die before going Blue.
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Rick Santorum is now going after disabled people.
My God, you right whiners re something.
And Rick has also announced that he's considering another run for POTUS in 2016.

That wart needs to check out depressionstudies.com

So does poster Carol.
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The GOP’s Shallow Bench on Foreign Policy

Looking at the Republican “bench” of new political talent, two things stand out. The first is that virtually all of the party’s rising stars have as little foreign policy experience as Romney, and in some cases they have even less. That will make it more difficult for any of them to strike out in a new direction even if one of them wished to do so. The other is that, with the exception of Rand Paul, not one of them has expressed serious doubts or reservations about the Bush foreign policy record or questioned the desirability of an extremely activist and interventionist U.S. role in the world. Those most admired by activists and pundits remain firmly hawkish and supportive of aggressive foreign policy, and they remain convinced that this is one of their party’s strengths. They’re wrong about this, but unfortunately they seem to remain oblivious to that fact.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
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RealDave wrote:
Rick Santorum is now going after disabled people.
My God, you right whiners re something.
I'm convinced your problem is plain and simple ignorance. Either that or you believe what any leftwing propaganda source tells you.

A petition was signed by almost 9,000 parents of children with disabilities against the UN's CRPD.

The petition states, "As the parent or family member of a person with disabilities, or as one who lives with a disability, I join with Joni and Friends in urging the United States Senate to reject ratification of the United Nations' Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. This treaty threatens the traditional right of parents to direct the upbringing, education, and care of their children, especially if those children live with disabilities, and it limits the ability of the U.S. Congress to make laws for Americans."

Michael Farris, founder and chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association, highlights the concerns of parents across the country.

"We all want to show our love and care for people with disabilities," Farris said. "But all of the rights that parents have under traditional American law, especially the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, will be undermined by this treaty. The United States is a leader in rights for persons with disabilities because we have stuck to the policy of Americans making law for Americans, and that principle should not be undermined."

http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/...

As always, RealDave, knowledge is power.
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sonicfilter wrote:
The GOP’s Shallow Bench on Foreign Policy
Looking at the Republican “bench” of new political talent, two things stand out. The first is that virtually all of the party’s rising stars have as little foreign policy experience as Romney, and in some cases they have even less. That will make it more difficult for any of them to strike out in a new direction even if one of them wished to do so. The other is that, with the exception of Rand Paul, not one of them has expressed serious doubts or reservations about the Bush foreign policy record or questioned the desirability of an extremely activist and interventionist U.S. role in the world. Those most admired by activists and pundits remain firmly hawkish and supportive of aggressive foreign policy, and they remain convinced that this is one of their party’s strengths. They’re wrong about this, but unfortunately they seem to remain oblivious to that fact.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
HUH? Obama's Benghazi Murders are hardly qualify as "foreign policy" experience to most decent Americans.
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carol wrote:
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All anyone has to do is compare the state of Texas to the state of California. They both have the largest populations and they both have similar demographics.
But Texas is predominantly conservative and of the mindset the less government, the better. They have a deficit of 1.3 billion and one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country.
California, in contrast, is predominantly liberal and are of the mindset there's no such thing as too much government. They have a deficit of 16 billion and one of the highest unemployment rates in the country.
There is also an exodus of people moving out of California to Texas.
Texas also has the most % of workers at only minimum wage. Hard to have anything at $15,000.00 per year income.

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carol wrote:
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Realtime thought Fox News made up the phrase "fiscal cliff".
Of course, it was being reported by CNN, ABC and NBC which I had to post to get him in the loop. Not to mention it's on the lips of everyone on Capital Hill these days.
Even so, Realtime still thinks he knows everything. Like the growing number of store chains cutting back employees hours to avoid paying benefits because they aren't good workers...or something like that.
How do you reason with somebody like that?
You can't. just like a few others on her no matter how many times you show them they still believe the talking points they have been spoon fed. Only when the true reality crashes down on them will they understand. Even then they will blame Bush and the republicans.
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>You can't reason with me Carol because you're a stooge of low IQ who puts trust in any old stranger who sings a familiar song.
Ben Bernanke supposedly coined the phrase fiscal cliff and FOX ran with it, with it's halfwit news readers barely able to complete a paragraph without including the phrase. I mentioned that I got a kick out of some fat purple ankled government funded tea party parasite like you calling it the "physical cliff."
The CBO warned of a "fiscal cliff" in May 2012, a little over a month after Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke.

Fox "ran with it" because it was news. Something your black out media won't touch with a 10-foot pole.

And why you apparently know nothing about anything.
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carol wrote:
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There is also an exodus of people moving out of California to Texas.
Carol the problem for Texas are these the same individuals that created the mess in California now migrating to Texas because Liberals/Democrats has pledge to turn Texas Blue so one wonders is this there strategy!!
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Teabaggers still see a chance to stop President Obama from being reelected

This seems like an excellent use of time and not in any way totally bugfuck crazy at all:

A state senator from north-central Idaho is touting a scheme that’s been circulating on tea party blogs, calling for states that supported Mitt Romney to refuse to participate in the Electoral College in a move backers believe would change the election result.

Sen. Sheryl Nuxoll, R-Cottonwood, sent an article out on Twitter headed, "A ‘last chance’ to have Mitt Romney as President in January (it’s still not too late)."

Constitutional supergenius state Sen. Sheryl Nuxoll isn't totally insane, by the way. Oh no. She's just, you know, asking the question. The question being, "Can we teabaggers continue to live in denial a little longer that we suffered a resounding defeat this election?" (Answer: Sure. Knock yourselves out. Send all the nutty conspiracy theory emails to each other you want.)

Here's the big plan to save America from the black Kenyan socialist Muslim something something black guy:

[I]f 17 of the 24 states that Romney carried refuse to participate in the Electoral College, the college would have no quorum, throwing the presidential pick to the GOP-controlled House of Representatives.

And here's an actual constitutional scholar patiently using little words to explain why nuh-uh:

The problem with that, Adler said, is that it’s based on a misreading of the 12th Amendment, which notes when no candidate receives a majority in the Electoral College, the decision moves to the House, where each state would have one vote and a quorum of two-thirds of the states would be required.“The two-thirds reference in the 12th Amendment is a reference not to the Electoral College but rather to the establishment of a quorum in the House of Representatives,” he said.

To win in the Electoral College, a presidential candidate needs only to get at least 270 electoral votes, Adler said. No quorum is required.

“The author touted by Sen. Nuxoll is confusing the Electoral College with the House of Representatives,” Adler said.

Electoral College, House of Representatives—hey, same difference, right?

Whatevs. The entire Republican Party, including its presidential ticket, was "shellshocked" that unskewing the gay math didin't lead to a Romney landslide, so it makes sense that in the wingiest corners of the party, they're still trying to unskew the election too.

Keep working on that, teabaggers. Please. In fact, spend all your time and money on exactly that.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/11/27/1165...

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carol wrote:
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All anyone has to do is compare the state of Texas to the state of California. They both have the largest populations and they both have similar demographics.
But Texas is predominantly conservative and of the mindset the less government, the better. They have a deficit of 1.3 billion and one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country.
California, in contrast, is predominantly liberal and are of the mindset there's no such thing as too much government. They have a deficit of 16 billion and one of the highest unemployment rates in the country.
There is also an exodus of people moving out of California to Texas.
Yes I know and will only accelerate with the new taxes just passed.
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<quoted text> You can't. just like a few others on her no matter how many times you show them they still believe the talking points they have been spoon fed. Only when the true reality crashes down on them will they understand. Even then they will blame Bush and the republicans.
Yep...yep, yep, yep...a thousand times yep.
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carol wrote:
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I'm convinced your problem is plain and simple ignorance. Either that or you believe what any leftwing propaganda source tells you.
A petition was signed by almost 9,000 parents of children with disabilities against the UN's CRPD.
The petition states, "As the parent or family member of a person with disabilities, or as one who lives with a disability, I join with Joni and Friends in urging the United States Senate to reject ratification of the United Nations' Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. This treaty threatens the traditional right of parents to direct the upbringing, education, and care of their children, especially if those children live with disabilities, and it limits the ability of the U.S. Congress to make laws for Americans."
Michael Farris, founder and chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association, highlights the concerns of parents across the country.
"We all want to show our love and care for people with disabilities," Farris said. "But all of the rights that parents have under traditional American law, especially the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, will be undermined by this treaty. The United States is a leader in rights for persons with disabilities because we have stuck to the policy of Americans making law for Americans, and that principle should not be undermined."
http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/...
As always, RealDave, knowledge is power.
Right wing site ignoring the reality. Try this.

"I have long advocated on behalf of equal access and non-discrimination for all Americans, including our veterans and today’s disabled soldiers returning home from serving their nation in war," Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said in a statement.

"I support U.S. ratification of the disability treaty, as it seeks to advance these same fundamental values of equality and human dignity around the world."

The CRPD takes cues from the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act, which enacted vast protections for the disabled against discrimination in employment, public accommodations and other areas.

The convention currently has 112 ratifications and 153 signatories, according to the UN.

Senators taking part in Friday's announcement were: McCain, Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), Tom Harkin (D-Iowa), John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), Chris Coons (D-Del.) and Tom Udall (D-N.M.)

http://thehill.com/blogs/healthwatch/other/22...

You really should stay away from those fringe sites. Especially one that the birthers like to use.
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HUH? Obama's Benghazi Murders are hardly qualify as "foreign policy" experience to most decent Americans.
So how is that whole 'scandal' working out for you nutjobs?

Didn't effect the election? Imagine that. Another FOX election fail.

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