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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John Galt wrote:
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Definitely heavy on the racial stereotyping, given that many of the "red states", primarily in the South, are skewed demographically toward the black population.
Anti-black racism from black leftwingers is particularly unattractive.
are those rural blacks, or urban blacks?

or is there even a difference?
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Let me say for once and for all, you stupid old mutt, that I don't give a crap about Florida or Florida laws.
Common law allows for the possibility of recovery for negligent damages caused by others, regardless of whether the actions were legal. In this case, if the newspaper could have reasonably understood that publication of names and addresses (particularly with an interactive map showing home locations) would result in damages, there might be grounds for a lawsuit.
Now, let's move on to Obama's plan to destroy American society, beginning with destruction of the economy.
You're a moron, the newspaper didn't compile the list you stupid fk__you can go on with one of your other freakshow pals, I'm over your dumbazz on this subject.

On Obama__same way__so far he's stopped the nations economic bleeding and set the nation's and by proxy the planet's working class families on better path. Maybe you don't see, understand or appreciate the importance of what he's accomplished "against all odds" Carol doesn't either. Birds of a feather???
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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>As a 'Christian' nation we sure do have a penchant for war. Maybe a change is in order? Just floating it out there. Plus I like the word penchant.
A penchant for war all depends on if you're willing to roll over and play dead and allow something worse to take control of you and your life.

There are some really evil-minded people doing unthinkably evil things to a lot of innocent and vulnerable people in this world.

The question then becomes, do we allow more innocent and vulnerable people to suffer at the hands of those whose intent is pure evil and wait until it spreads over here or stop it wherever and whenever we can beforehand?

If someone is beating the tar out of your wife, for example, and threatening to come after your entire family next and then your neighbors, would you have a penchant to stop them using any means within your power then?

The only war where we really had no business being there is Vietnam. At least not to that extent. Nothing good came out of that war. At least South Koreans still have their freedom.

You would be hard-pressed to name any other war where it wasn't in the best interest of the country or protecting innocents in the world to intervene.

But I'm open to learning any you might have.
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Well, "Jane," I don't really live in Atmore, but whatever. I presently reside in a sh!thole that's crawling with the same kind of white trash you represent. You see, money changes nothing -- never has. Trash is trash. The more the white trash can manage to steal, the more they can spend on cheap chinee trash. And so it goes. Take Lindsay Lohan, for example -- or as her friends call her, "fire crotch." They're about to confiscate all her worldly possessions from a storage area because she owes $16,000 on it. Oh, and she's getting thrown out of her 8,000 a month (or maybe it's more) rental house, just like some poor, toothless inbred Alabaman on crack. I bet that makes you slaver at your slack lips, don't it Jane? It's like imagining her curled up in the gutter with running sores, with cops surreptitiously taking a piss on her huh?
Anyways, back to you and me: I know you're referring to people you identify with when you speak of those who spend more on sneakers than a po' black or white does on groceries for 2 weeks. Me? I can't go out and walk my land without wondering if I'm going to take one to the head because some toothless slacker is trying to wipe out whatever is left of the wildlife for the great sin of tasting good. But never you mind, "Jane," they're all gonna be food theyselves soon. I'm moving to a relatively well-to-do coastal area on the southern Oregon coast (a scenic destination in itself), or at least that's my plan. In spite of what Debil might say, you gotta live like Death ain't breathing down your neck every second. I'm even planning to buy a ki-yak, because who knew how much fun rowing is. You learn something new every day until you're dead, unless you're a republican.
well SFBs, the "po blacks" SPEND MORE ON SNEAKERS THAN YOU DO ON HOUSING. and sure you're moving to Oregon, probably in a video game. I think your Mom just hollered down the basement stairs, so you better go see what she wants before she switches off the breaker again.

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The dibolical Democrats and the corrupt liberal media won't tell you this either:
"The most violent country in Europe: Britain is also worse than South Africa and U.S."
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11969...
Violent crime in the UK (gun ban country)- FOUR times higher than in the U.S.
The socilistic and "progressive" policies bring about a worse country
Liberalism is a mental disorder....
Liberalism is a mental disorder....
Liberalism is a mental disorder....
Liberalism is a mental disorder....
Pseudo Liberalism is a disorder and the Bigots(moderen liberals) have distorted the meaning of Liberalism just like Lenin did with Communsim because Prior to the 20th century, classical liberalism was the dominant political philosophy in the United States. It was the political philosophy of Thomas Jefferson and the signers of the Declaration of Independence and it permeates the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Federalist Papers and many other documents produced by the people who created the American system of government. Many of the emancipationists who opposed slavery were essentially classical liberals, as were the suffragettes, who fought for equal rights for women.

What Is Classical Liberalism?

http://www.ncpa.org/pub/what-is-classical-lib...

Classical liberalism

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_libera...

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.......... You learn something new every day until you're dead, unless you're a republican.
That's a great quote & it sums up the current republican movement perfectly. That should be used in the next campaign.

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Again you pretend to be ignorant of how government works. You may need to write this down:
The government works in accordance with how the Constitution states. That means, all spending has been approved by Congress.
So, please adjust your assessment to be concident with changes in Congress to reflect the real world.
Then, we'd be interested in reading what you have to say, dupe.
I get it. You're saying the debt & deficits in 2011 & 2012 are Boehner's & the Republican's fault.

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Who's is the last signature to go on a spending bill?
Who determines how much is spent, dufus.
If it's a no-brainer that any veto will be overriden, like when clinton vetoed the bills that gave us a surplus, then that last signature is just a formality. So....

Who determines how much is spent, dufus.
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Tenzing wrote:
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You listened too much to Newt's campaign speeches. He was only Speaker for four of those years with his last showing the only surplus of his tenure. Net spending also continued to increase apace with previous years throughout the Clinton era and the four surplus years so Newt's claims of cutting spending were bogus too. The guy can't open his mouth without a lie falling out.
Well, first of all, a surplus never even happened nor did Clinton leave President Bush with a surplus that Bush subsequently turned into a deficit.

So if Newt's claims are bogus, so are Clinton's.

According to this common sense conservative, Craig Steiner:

http://www.craigsteiner.us/articles/16

The deficit was almost eliminated in FY2000 (ending in September 2000 with a deficit of "only" $17.9 billion), but it never reached zero--let alone a positive surplus number. Clinton's last budget proposal for FY2001, which ended in September 2001, generated a $133.29 billion deficit. The growing deficits started in the year of the last Clinton budget, not in the first year of the Bush administration.

Keep in mind that President Bush took office in January 2001 and his first budget took effect October 1, 2001 for the year ending September 30, 2002 (FY2002). So the $133.29 billion deficit in the year ending September 2001 was Clinton's. Granted, Bush supported a tax refund where taxpayers received checks in 2001. However, the total amount refunded to taxpayers was only $38 billion. So even if we assume that $38 billion of the FY2001 deficit was due to Bush's tax refunds which were not part of Clinton's last budget, that still means that Clinton's last budget produced a deficit of 133.29 - 38 =$95.29 billion.

Clinton clearly did not achieve a surplus and he didn't leave President Bush with a surplus.

...I like common sense conservatives. I'd like common sense liberals too. Still hoping to meet one.

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DBWriter wrote:
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Who determines how much is spent, dufus.
If it's a no-brainer that any veto will be overriden, like when clinton vetoed the bills that gave us a surplus, then that last signature is just a formality. So....
Who determines how much is spent, dufus.
How can one little guy be so full of crap?

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I get it. You're saying the debt & deficits in 2011 & 2012 are Boehner's & the Republican's fault.
How about Harry Reid, dufus.
And, in case you haven't figured it out yet, Boehner is a Democrat. That's why the Democrats got everything they wanted the past 2 years, and the result is a fiscal cliff, which they plan to just pretend never happened and make everything retroactive to the beginning of the year... just as soon as the ruling elite return from Ha-wee-wee.
Get ready to rumble. Judging from what the Republicans did to the RINOs Plan B, looks like you guys are going to have to come up with a plan that doesn't rely on money growing on trees.
If you noticed, they creamed the farm bill because it was 80 percent welfare.
I don't think you're going to get anymore debt. That means you're going to have to get a f**k*ng job.)))))
And, we're going to start talking about revenue after we agree on a plan for government that doesn't require money growing on trees. You know, a budget, something we haven't seen since Obama took office, coincidentally.
Half the country paying all the income taxes for the entire country just isn't adequate. The number of people paying taxes is going to increase before there is any discussion on the rate the increased number of people paying taxes pay.
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Looks like you're going to have to grow up and get a job.)))))
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Proof that guns are way too easy to obtain in America.
Much tighter laws are needed.
We need a 'War on Guns'.
We need mo' war on entitleMENTALLY deranged thugs, that think they can just waltz in on anyone else's anything, and demand whatever they want.

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Well, first of all, a surplus never even happened nor did Clinton leave President Bush with a surplus that Bush subsequently turned into a deficit.
So if Newt's claims are bogus, so are Clinton's.
According to this common sense conservative, Craig Steiner:
http://www.craigsteiner.us/articles/16
The deficit was almost eliminated in FY2000 (ending in September 2000 with a deficit of "only" $17.9 billion), but it never reached zero--let alone a positive surplus number. Clinton's last budget proposal for FY2001, which ended in September 2001, generated a $133.29 billion deficit. The growing deficits started in the year of the last Clinton budget, not in the first year of the Bush administration.
Keep in mind that President Bush took office in January 2001 and his first budget took effect October 1, 2001 for the year ending September 30, 2002 (FY2002). So the $133.29 billion deficit in the year ending September 2001 was Clinton's. Granted, Bush supported a tax refund where taxpayers received checks in 2001. However, the total amount refunded to taxpayers was only $38 billion. So even if we assume that $38 billion of the FY2001 deficit was due to Bush's tax refunds which were not part of Clinton's last budget, that still means that Clinton's last budget produced a deficit of 133.29 - 38 =$95.29 billion.
Clinton clearly did not achieve a surplus and he didn't leave President Bush with a surplus.
...I like common sense conservatives. I'd like common sense liberals too. Still hoping to meet one.
I thought you only used quality sources? I know you've been over the OMB historical tables and seen the surplus yourself and you should never doubt that I will invoke them as is my habit so why would you bother dredging up some blog post? Who're you trying to fool?

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How can one little guy be so full of crap?
You forgot to answer the post. There's just one simple question:

Who determines how much is spent, dufus.
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In that event, Galt would support a third party candidate for the first time.
Christie went from the top of my list to the bottom in one day.
Why? The guy's a good guy-genuine, hard working, no phake and phony there.

We need more like him, wiht some REAL flippin backbone -FOR the working class people-NOT against them.

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DBWriter wrote:
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More fraudulent revisionist history. Clinton vetoed multiple times the legislatin that balanced the budget, and those vetoes were overridden by the Republican Congress. Clinton have to be beaten for that to happen.
And, you continually ignore the fact that has been pointed out to you an uncountable number of times that the dot-com bust and the global war the Arab jihad declared on the United States had a cost.
Yet, even with those real-world facts, the Republicans handed to the Democrats in January, 2007, a declining 0.16 (that's zero point one six) trillion dollar deficit DURING A GODDAM WAR.
Please elaborate on what the Democrats have done to the deficit and debt since.
And, while you're at it, please tell us about why the Demcorats were for the Iraq war before they were against the Iraq war.
1) Clinton was overridden on vetoes twice. Neither had anything to do with spending. I guess that either makes you a liar or an uninformed idiot.

2) Using budget numbers when running two wars off budget again proves you to be dishonest or stupid.

3) Blaming The Afghanistan war that was mismanaged & miswaged is really stupid when it wads the Republicans that were managing & waging that war. To blame the Iraq war is doublly stupid because it was a war of choice that Republicans decided to have.

4) I know its really tough for you top survive while being terminally stupid but Bush lied to get approval for the Iraq War. He hid intel that showed the Iraqis had no nukes yet ran around the country saying how the smoking gun would be in the form of a mushroom cloud. Democrats made the mistake of believing the lying Bush & voted to give him authority bit later retracted that support when his lies were exposed.
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Tenzing wrote:
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How can one little guy be so full of crap?
Tell us how you do it.

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DBWriter wrote:
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Market Watch. It's probably a publication you never read because it's not included in your indoctrination material. If you read it, you will see the procurement contract awards to ATK for 750 million rounds of ammunition for the FBI, BATF and DHS. Since I gave you the link for this procurement, that procurement has been increased to 1.2 billion rounds.
The legislation you ask for was given to the Democrats in negotiations in 2003 and subsequent years in exchange for the Democrats supporting the war in Iraq. You've been given links galore to this, yet you pretend to be ignorant. Go figure. A party-line matra repeating Democrat pretending to be ignorant. I'm shocked.
And, how about your latest proposal to compensate for the fact that money doesn't grow on trees - economic canibalism.
Now, that's a solution that will solve the problem.
I forgot about that whopper. Trading Iraq war for whatever it was.

And was there a contract to buy that ammo? Or was it a multi year deal for ammo up to that amount?

Oh that's right, you never read the whole article because you're a dumbass.

I love it. We had a balance budget, Republicans vote to take us off that path & set records in deficits & debt & leave the White House with the worst recession in 80 years & according to you, its all the Democrats fault.

Oh Oh Oh ells us again how it was a fat gay guy, Super Barney, that did it. Which chapter was that?
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Republicans are going to be blamed either way - trying to keep everyone's taxes from going up (since the democrats are fine with that alternative and going over the cliff if they don't get their way) or appeasing Obama and the democrats trying to make the fall less fatal.
Either way, it's never going to be the democrats' fault.
The black out media simply won't allow it.
If I was in charge of congress, I would give the dems everything they ask for, then who could they blame?

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You forgot to answer the post. There's just one simple question:
Who determines how much is spent, dufus.
I'm on a tablet and not gonna waste the thumb strength on an unreachable nitwit like you, I'll leave that to RealDave, he's doin' a fine job.

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