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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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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It's quite common to reply to only one part of someone's post by erasing the rest that isn't relevant.
So almost every single one of us has broken the "terms of service". Does that mean we're all going to be fined? Arrested? Scolded? What?
dem is more accustomed to Playground culture and has great difficulty raising his social awareness here on Topix.

Give the boy a break:>

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Let's put aside the Constitutional Rights issue for a moment and examine a realistic hypothetical. Assume for the moment that unions become so politically strong and so prevalent that, along with the Boy Messiah's rights-trampling, 99% of all businesses become Closed Shop. Most of those union dues are now going to support the Boy Messiah in one way or another.
What does your "choice" now mean? It means nothing. It makes a distinction with no difference. This is "Spitting on the sidewalk is illegal" type of naivete.
But now back to my rights. If I want to work without union political interference, I can't. Being forced to belong to a union as a hiring stipulation, I am also being forced to support a Socialist Political Party. This is unconstitutional. It is against an individual's rights found in the Bill of Rights regarding the rights of association.
I don't want to be a Catholic. I don't want to belong to the Masons. I don't want to be forced by my boss to join Facebook. I don't want to be a Socialist Party member. I don't want to support the Boy Messiah through my forced membership in the NEA.
Jeebus freakin' kryst. If you want to work without 'union interference', find a non-unionized job. Goddam, boy. It isn't difficult. They're everywhere.

Of course, they don't pay shit, but hey - it's your choice.

Free country and all of that.

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Carol prefers to use her husbands 401k to pay her health care bills. Then die penniless.
We're all going to die penniless.

Quite a few couples rely on just one family plan - the one who has the better coverage. And sometimes it's the woman's.

It's quite common for women who stay at home to raise their children or work part-time to supplment their family's income to depend on their husband's employment benefits.

You sure are an elitist.

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A poor hot dog vender who was just on Greta a few minutes ago said he was hired to come in and sell hot dogs and happened to be near the violent mob tearing down the tent. He's a black man and said the violent mob turned on him, called him an Uncle Tom, threw racial slurs at him, called him the "n" word and destroyed his hot dog stand.
The crowd was yelling this isn't peace time, this isn't Martin Luther King time, we aren't going to go for this peace stuff, we're going to do it our way, etc., etc., etc.
Unions are what Obama lives and breathes for.
In 2008, the Big Daddy to the Big O was the SEIU.
FEC-required filings show SEIU's two PACs spent over $9 million dollars supporting Obama.
"I've spent my entire adult life working with SEIU."
He loves his unions.
Carol , you watch WAY too much Fox, it's total crap. All their stories are engineered to appeal to ppl like you and it keeps failing. It's like running around the country looking for a KKK meeting and then broadcasting as thou it represents the whole country. That is what Fox does ALL the time and suckers like you keep hearing the message because you don't want to hear the truth.
Remember the Black intimidation guys at the polling booths the previous election. They ran with that 24/7 and it was a total beat up, so yes it bites them on the a$$ every time. They have no more got their finger on the political pulse of the country than your pet cat!
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Not limping anymore.
But if it makes nucular happy to think otherwise and make fun of it, let's just humor him.

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<quoted text>In other words, you can't prove your shit is shinola.
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You must - you've done it to yourself with every post so far.
Keep 'em comin', shinning.
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The old "i know you are but what am i?" You're not a dumbass.
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How Republicans Are Duping Members of Their Own Party

It’s grade-school civics that the two parties in Washington represent the views of the people who sent them there, and usually, it’s true, or true enough. But a funny thing is happening on the way to the fiscal cliff, which is that Washington Republicans, according to a very interesting new poll, are not representing the positions of rank-and-file Republicans. So whose views are they representing? Good question. And here’s another good question: Why can’t Washington Republicans recognize how deeply unpopular their positions are and just get down to the business of making a deal that would work and would have broad support in the country? Hmmm.

The poll comes from the McClatchy News Service and was conducted by Marist. It asked respondents what they would and would not support as part of a grand fiscal bargain. The top-line results are typical: People first and foremost want to see taxes go up on the high end.

But here’s the good stuff. Breaking down results to Republican respondents only, their positions are as follows. By 47-37, they oppose letting the current payroll tax cut expire (an Obama position). By 68-26, they’re against cutting Medicare spending. By 61-33, they oppose cutting Medicaid spending (yes, Medicaid spending!). By 66-28, they’re against eliminating the home-mortgage interest deduction. By 72-25, they oppose eliminating the charitable contribution deduction. And by 56-44, less overwhelming but still very much a landslide in political terms, they just say no to raising the Medicare eligibility age.

Please read those numbers over one more time. That’s Republicans. Supporting “liberal” positions by huge margins.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/12...
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Carol , you watch WAY too much Fox, it's total crap. All their stories are engineered to appeal to ppl like you and it keeps failing. It's like running around the country looking for a KKK meeting and then broadcasting as thou it represents the whole country. That is what Fox does ALL the time and suckers like you keep hearing the message because you don't want to hear the truth.
Remember the Black intimidation guys at the polling booths the previous election. They ran with that 24/7 and it was a total beat up, so yes it bites them on the a$$ every time. They have no more got their finger on the political pulse of the country than your pet cat!
You have no idea what you're talking about. So just hush.
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Where To Put The 44th President's Picture.....

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-836271

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The old "i know you are but what am i?" You're not a dumbass.
You're right - I'm not a dumbass.
But I'm not above 'you started it', either.

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Well, have to get labs tomorrow morning. Hate getting labs. Only one cup of coffee in the morning. Not fully awake until after the second cup. And have to drive on just one cup.

Just hate it.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Jeebus freakin' kryst. If you want to work without 'union interference', find a non-unionized job. Goddam, boy. It isn't difficult. They're everywhere.
Of course, they don't pay shit, but hey - it's your choice.
Free country and all of that.
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Hey, Mule. Still waiting for the 2X4 across the forehead, eh?

Epiphanies come in different ways:>

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Hey, Mule. Still waiting for the 2X4 across the forehead, eh?
Epiphanies come in different ways:>
You're the union member who doesn't like unions.

You tell me whose forehead harbors a two-by-four,'k?

Hint: It's not mine.
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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>You're right - I'm not a dumbass.
But I'm not above 'you started it', either.
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STFU you loumouthed, blabbing, leaking gash....
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stupidcnt hasnt shut up in 4 hours, and (like most bimbos) has NUTHIN ta say....

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Well, have to get labs tomorrow morning. Hate getting labs. Only one cup of coffee in the morning. Not fully awake until after the second cup. And have to drive on just one cup.
Just hate it.
Here you go, carol.

http://www.medicinenet.com/caffeine_citrate-i...

http://www.tobacco-facts.net/2009/09/rjr-boun...

You can elect to skip the coffee altogether, and blow off the smokes.

Isn't technology wonderful?
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We're all going to die penniless.
Quite a few couples rely on just one family plan - the one who has the better coverage. And sometimes it's the woman's.
It's quite common for women who stay at home to raise their children or work part-time to supplment their family's income to depend on their husband's employment benefits.
You sure are an elitist.
Republicans solve this by dipping in to their trust funds
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You have no idea what you're talking about. So just hush.
Fox taught us all that Romney was going to win in 2012.
MSM thought it would be Obama.
Who do you trust?
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carol wrote:
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You were warned right off the bat that if you didn't join the union and ever needed legal protection for any reason, you'd be on your own.
Because common sense took a vacation in the school system a long time ago and school administrators stopped growing a spine...and unions took their place.
That "legal protection" argument is a bunch of BS to scare fools.

First thing, lawsuits are brought against the deep pockets, the school district and not the teacher.

Second thing, if you are sued, or worse yet face criminal charges, you want a real attorney, not one dredged up by the union.
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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Jeebus freakin' kryst. If you want to work without 'union interference', find a non-unionized job. Goddam, boy. It isn't difficult. They're everywhere.
Of course, they don't pay shit, but hey - it's your choice.
Free country and all of that.
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Actually, many non-union jobs pay far better than the type of work that is unionized.

And many non-union companies in unionized industries pay union wages to keep the union out.

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