Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1275921 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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John Galt

Temecula, CA

#835979 Jan 9, 2013
GhostofRaygun wrote:
<quoted text>From taxes. Next question.
Taxation could never provide enough money to fund Obama's excessive wasteful spending.

Actually, it might, if everyone's taxes were at least doubled.

But that would crash the economy.
carol

Orlando, FL

#835980 Jan 9, 2013
Stephen Waxman wrote:
<quoted text>
You have no idea what "Europe" is finding out, carol, "Europe" is not a homogeneous place. An analogous question might be... what are the "United" States finding out right now? In texas, for instance, housing prices are stable, even growing. But to enjoy that stability you'd have to live in texas. So, would you rather suffer along in Paris or enjoy the stability of life in Laredo?
You shouldn't use Texas as an example of prosperity. It's primarily a republican state.

Stick with California. It aligns more with your ideology.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#835981 Jan 9, 2013
Your anti semitism is showing, hater.

what are 'very blacks'??

Must really suck to be you, Mel Gibson!!
maddmaxx7 wrote:
<quoted text> Obama appears to be entirely under the control of rich jews.
Any coloreds out their who wonder why he has very blacks in his administration?
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#835983 Jan 9, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>It's been done on a limited scale Carol__to no avail. Many other ideas have failed, remember the abstinence promises where little girls were made to stand at the alter in front God and promise not to do the nasty? They got knocked up on par with little girls who didn't make the pledge.
There's an old saying, if they've got P's they eff, use your imagination.
The White House office of faith based and community initiatives failed because it never had a mission__it was a BS deal to make idiots like you feel all warm and fuzzy. People sat in that office for eight years waiting for someone to tell them what to do.
A high level of abortions is essential to control the growth of the welfare population.

Sad, but true.

Just as is your belief that people are animals who are unable to control their sexual desires or take appropriate measures to prevent pregnancy.

Since: Jan 13

Windsor, Ct.

#835985 Jan 9, 2013
So, let's take a look at it as we're waiting for carol to secure a new client.

Ireland is in the midst of a total meltdown with housing losing 2/3 of its value almost overnight. This happened because back in the seventies the Irish government listened to a group of businessmen about how best to transition to a modern economy from an essentially feudal one. Here's what they came up with: join the European Union, a relatively exclusive club, and then offer foreign firms tax-free guarantees, free labor force training, free construction of factories and facilities and generous grants to encourage them to relocate to Ireland thereby providing jobs and training for what was quite simply a workforce of agrarian peasants. They had nothing so what'd they have to lose? Worked like a charm. Within 10 years hundreds of American, German, and Japanese firms had relocated and the Irish were magically transported into the twentieth century from the eighteenth century. The only problem was the 99 year tax free thingy. These firms did bring prosperity and better educational standards to Ireland but with no real contribution to the health of the government except what was gained by taxing the newly prosperous peasants. So much for Ireland. Lower taxes did indeed stimulate growth and attract entrepreneurs who promptly robbed the place blind and bankrupted - most recently - the entire nation. Are you following along so far?

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#835986 Jan 9, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry. I meant to say Poland.
That set the stage for everything.
The amount of munitions going to Russia amounted to less than 10 percent of what Russia used in their war with Germany. So, that being the case, how could it have possibly been that the United States armed Stalin, which the most ignorant poster here stated?
T-34 tank. One of the toughest little tanks ever built. Still in use today. First tank with sloped armor.
GhostofRaygun

Russellville, KY

#835987 Jan 9, 2013
GhostofRaygun wrote:
And a foot note to Reagan's rejected budgets. He finally got a budget passed later on. It raised America's debt 186% over what it had been.
If Obama had raised the debt like Reagan it would now be $46.5 Trillion.
There are two major expenditures of government. Defense and Medicare/SS. Defense --- bring it all home cut the military budget in half. Even at half we would be outspending all other nations. If any nation wants the US military as defense in their country, fine, pay for it to be there. Medicare should have been made into a universal health care for all Americans. Payment based on income. SS needs means testing.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#835988 Jan 9, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Need for the dad or brother to step up with an accurate story. Mom may have been threatening Adam with hospitalization, certainly she was frustrated and possibly even a tad tetched herself.
She brought the weapons into the home, Adam had his own car and his own walking around money, mom trusted him to a certain degree leaving him on his own etc.
That's not going to be the family to model federal law around.
Virtually every mass murderer in recent years has had mental health issues sufficient to justify treatment and/or medication.

Yet the left apparently is unconcerned with this issue.

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#835992 Jan 9, 2013
Old Crazy Goober wrote:
<quoted text>
Gee that's funny. He didn't end up as president, did he Moonbat. Must have been that pesky Electoral College thingy.
He didn't win the election you moron, you mean popular vote. Maybe if your fellow leftie Nader didn't run and Gore won his own home state, Gore could have won, Moonbat.
Waxturd this Steven Waxman can't be a relative, he's making too much sense.
It is funny to watch you run off and hide behind your goober when he shows up.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#835993 Jan 9, 2013
carol wrote:
<quoted text>
RealDave should be asking himself if Obama and Senate Democrats will survive another term. You probably should too.
The American people are going to wake up sooner or later. It's going to be like waking a sleeping giant...a very angry giant.
Obama's promises have already gone right out the window - the middle class HAVE been taxed after all! Imagine the surprise on a lot of people's faces when they see their first paychecks.
Conservatives have all the time in the world now to expose this president for who he truly is. Obama's cockiness will more than likely backfire. Wait and see.
A lot of democrats own guns, a lot of democrats are anti-abortion and a lot of democrats are against gay marriage.
They didn't like Romney. But it's only a matter of time before they realize their mistake and chose the wrong candidate who gave them a line of bull.
Obama is not a complete fool, at least politically. Obama knows that gun control is a losing issue, which is why he put Plugs in charge of a committee instead of issuing an Executive Order. Good press, nice stalling technique, no real action.

No harm, no foul.

Since: Jan 13

Windsor, Ct.

#835994 Jan 9, 2013
carol wrote:
<quoted text>
You shouldn't use Texas as an example of prosperity. It's primarily a republican state.
Stick with California. It aligns more with your ideology.
No, no, no, I'm not using texas as an example of "prosperity," I'm using it as an example of "stability." Prices for houses didn't rise very much in texas at a time when they skyrocketed in the rest of the nation so they didn't have far to fall when the whole thing collapsed. That's not a definition of prosperity, dear. Besides, texas is a "republican" state for another few years only. Funnily enough the old slave labor thing - southerners are reluctant to work when other people are available to do it for them - and pretty soon the slaves will be running the chicken farm, so to speak. Once texas is solidly brown - very soon - it will cease to be red any longer. But I'm also using texas an as example of a place no one in their right mind would want to live, and that was pretty much my point. In California there are hoards of beautiful women and men, some lovely refuges remain, there is a secular atmosphere which encourages life and enjoyment, a number of nice trees and some gorgeous weather. texas... not so much. How else can I say it, carol? Nobody would want to live in texas. Paris, on the other hand - not Paris, texas, but Paris, Paris - is lovely. The women are friendly and delightfully furry. Good wine is dispensed from gas pumps, culture is all around you every minute, and if you're going to die of something it will probably be eating too much as opposed to being shot or executed by zealots. Do you see the difference, honey?
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#835995 Jan 9, 2013
carol wrote:
<quoted text>
One video of a 4D sonogram of a baby inside the womb and another video of that same baby being sucked out of the mother's womb by an industrial vacuum is all it would take for many young people to change their minds very quickly.
Have you ever seen an aborted "fetus"? I have. It changed my mind about abortion in a heartbeat.
Ignorance breeds more ignorance. The ugliness of reality is the only thing to fight against it.
Once again Carol it's not my topic.

Desire__human desire is very powerful and coupled with alcohol, drugs etc. shyte can get crazy quick.

Interestingly, very few young Hindu or Muslim women in America fall victim to unwanted pregnancies nor do Asian women in America.

Have you ever given that "fact" any thought???

Since: Jan 13

Windsor, Ct.

#835996 Jan 9, 2013
Waxturd wrote:
<quoted text>
Waxturd this Steven Waxman can't be a relative, he's making too much sense.
It is funny to watch you run off and hide behind your goober when he shows up.
Roy was a tobacco farmer growing up, so he's probably off rolling us all some good Connecticut valley cigars.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#835997 Jan 9, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
The CT murderer's mother was apparently trying to have her son committed to a mental institution, but was unable to do so.
Addressing that problem would be far more effective than trying to disarm honest American citizens. Particularly defenseless women.
and she should of had those gun under Lock & Key then knowing that there was an individual around that suffered from a mental disorder and that her son was mentally ill and now because of her poor judgement she has placed everyone elses rights at risk because of her poor judgement and has given the Anti-gun Movement justification just because of her poor judgement.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#835998 Jan 9, 2013
Which of the following Senate Democrats up for reelection in 2014 will vote for anti-gun legislation?:

Mark Begich - Alaska

Mark Pryor - Arkansas

Mark Udall - Colorado

Mary Landrieu - Louisiana

Max Baucus - Montana

Tom Udall - New Mexico

Kay Hagan - North Carolina

Jeff Merkley - Oregon

Tim Johnson - South Dakota

Jay Rockefeller - West Virginia

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#835999 Jan 9, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
Why you running away from your stupidity concrening our aid to Russia during WWII??
C'mon, I enjoy entering a battle of wits with an unarmed man.
ROFLMAO at your ignorance, Dweeb!!
Concerning your diatribe avoiding the original point of discussioni:
The total amount of aid from the United States to Russia during World War II amounted to less than 10 percent of what Russia used to defeat Germany.
That aid didn't even begin until after the Lend Lease Act was signed in 1940. And, it didn't reach it's maximum rate until 1944, after Russia had already blown the Germans out of Russia.
Reference Germany's last failed attempt to stall the Russian advance after beginning to retreat on all fronts: Kirsk, August, 1943. After this battle, the defeat of Germany by Russia and the destruction of Germany was a foregone conclusion.
If you want to compare that to what else was happening in the war when it was certain Russia would defeat Germany, there were no other allied boots in the rest of Europe, and would not be until the invasion of Italy in September, 1943.

Now, back to the questions you have been dancing all over the sawdust to avoid answering:

Where exactly was Obama when the White House was watching the real-time video of the 7-hour battle between Al Qaeda and the stripped-down American security detatchment in Benghazi?

And;

Where will the money come from to pay for Obama's government?

Where exactly was Obama when the real-time video of the battle between Al Qaeda and the stripped-down American security detatchment was being watched in the White House?
And;
Where will the money come from to pay for Obama's government?
Your dance routine is getting repetitive and boring. How about providing an answer to these two questions nobody on Earth has been able to answer.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#836000 Jan 9, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Virtually every mass murderer in recent years has had mental health issues sufficient to justify treatment and/or medication.
Yet the left apparently is unconcerned with this issue.
you wait Biden & Fienstein classification of Mental Health Issues will cover 99.9% of the US Population, so you know what that will mean.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#836001 Jan 9, 2013
Stephen Waxman wrote:
<quoted text>
You have no idea what "Europe" is finding out, carol, "Europe" is not a homogeneous place. An analogous question might be... what are the "United" States finding out right now? In texas, for instance, housing prices are stable, even growing. But to enjoy that stability you'd have to live in texas. So, would you rather suffer along in Paris or enjoy the stability of life in Laredo?
Texas sure as hell beats Connecticut as a place to live.

Since: Jan 13

Windsor, Ct.

#836002 Jan 9, 2013
Hey, Roy, I wonder what the Chamber is going to say when they discover how you spend your days? Probably they'll rally behind you, son, Yankees are well known for their tolerance towards ignorant greedy racists. Naomi's likely to be disappointed in you but heck that's been on a downhill slide for years now. Good God, I killed a man near you long ago... Bob somebody.... oh well, suffice it to say he was just trying to run a business and get ahead. Looks to me like the old place is falling apart, Roy? Maybe Muddy can help you fix it up, you figure?
lol

Winter Park, FL

#836003 Jan 9, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Taxation could never provide enough money to fund Obama's excessive wasteful spending.
Actually, it might, if everyone's taxes were at least doubled.
But that would crash the economy.
That's the entire plan.

“Obama’s Plan to Bankrupt the USA: The Cloward-Piven Theory.”

"Two Columbia University sociologists, Professor of Social Work Richard A. Cloward and his then-research associate Frances Fox Piven, wrote a pivotal article articulating “a strategy to end poverty.”

The solution to ending poverty, required expanding the government welfare state beyond providing Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, unemployment insurance and food stamps.
Having concluded that a capitalist system would never apply capital fairly to fulfill the needs of workers, the two Columbia University-based sociologists concluded that a progressive strategy of voting ever-expanding social welfare programs could push the capitalist system to the breaking point.

“Barack Obama and the radical left activists now in control of the Democratic Party see the Cloward-Piven theory as predicting a welfare state expanded to the point where the accumulated national debt bankrupts the USA,”

“The Cloward-Piven theory predicts capitalism will collapse such that the USA can be reconstructed as a truly socialist state dedicated to the elimination of private property and the creation of ‘social justice’ achieved by redistributing income from the ‘haves’ to the ‘have-nots.’”

“Saul Alinsky’s tactics of power politics explain why Obama continually fans the flames of class warfare,”

“In his 2012 presidential campaign, Obama followed the Saul Alinsky playbook chapter and verse, campaigning on the theme to ‘tax the rich.’ When the accumulated U.S. debt causes a credit downgrade in Obama’s second term, Obama and the radical left will continue to blame capitalism and ‘the rich.’”

In the last stages of credit default and technical bankruptcy, the Cloward-Piven theory explains why Americans will abandon the U.S. Constitution in favor of establishing a socialist state.
http://www.wnd.com/2013/01/does-obama-plan-to...
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Congress has already signed off & are spineless.
They got theirs and too bad for you.

The majority of people simply do not care nor do they pay attention to much of anything and are caught up pitted against each other in the orchestrated class & economic division & warfare; their chains being pulled by the puppet master(s) all along. Played like a fiddle.

There are no plans to correct or boost the economy, there never was.

Just keep the hope (lol) and they will change (to pure socialism and a totally centralized gov.).

You already traded your freedom for chains of (false) security = slavery & serfdom.

Enjoy your slavery & serfdom.

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