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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Wasn't the last election a mandate? president nobama said it was. If it was a mandate why did he tell Rice to withdraw? I would bet you would love it if nobama used an executive order to place her in that position, fuckthe constitution, right? The community organizer know's all. Right?
Actually considering that "poop's" hard work on nobama's behalf ensured the reelection of the president nobama why was he not the nominee put forward? After all "poop" is an expert on foreign affairs. Just ask him or better yet read his bio/fantasy that will be released some summer.
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You Poor clueless twit, old Eed's empty head is filled to capacity with "POOP".
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carol wrote:
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If you were a bank and knew if you denied a loan to a minority, you would have a lot of 'splainin' to do to a bunch of bureaucrats and faced being charged with discrimination, you'd feel like you were being forced to give out a bad loan without anyone ever having to come right out and say it.
But... I'm not a bank, carol, no one here is. So, you see, it's hard to feel sorry for an inanimate object. Well, "a bank's just some people trying to get ahead in life through hard work and innovation," you might reasonably say. But then I say, "Come back to bed, carol, you're making yourself look foolish because you are unable to dot the "i"s or cross the "t"s of logic. Just lay back and settle for the admittedly ignominious title of "conservative woman", or, "How To Enjoy Being a Mere Convenient Receptacle For Some Man."
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Jan 12, 2013
 
We may never live down the pathos of the Citizen's United ruling. Only a southerner could anthropomorphize a business and then attempt to elicit sympathy for "it."
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(DEBIL WALK FROM THE BEDROOOM DOOR TO THE COMPUTER STATION AN' GRAB UP CAROL BY HER HAIR AN' HE LIFT HER OUT OF HER CHAIR AN' CARRY HER BACK TO THE BEDROOM WHERE HE THROW HER DOWN ON THE BED...) "YOU DUMB BITCH! DID YOU IMAGINE I WAS GIVING YOU SUGGESTIONS?"

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While today’s NRA takes hardline positions against even the most modest gun control measures, this was not always the case. Throughout its history, the NRA supported gun control, including restrictions on gun ownership, and was not focused on the Second Amendment.
But the organization had a change of heart in the 1970s when the Black Panthers advocated for an individual right to bear arms. Ironically, the Panthers were the founders of the modern-day gun rights movement, which became the purview of predominantly white, rural conservatives.
http://thegrio.com/2013/01/11/nra-was-pro-gun...
How about the Constitutional issue, dufus.

The president does not have the authority to write his own laws to suit his whim. We got rid of that system over two hundred years ago. We have no intention of having that system of government re-instated.

No citizen is required to obey or comply with any instruction from the government unless that instruction comes in the form of a law enacted in accordance with the Constitution.

Any attempt to force citizens to obey orders from the government that are not issued as part of a law enacted in accordance with the Constitution is treason against the American people.

However, the Democrats are too full of themselves and their ability to program the American people with lies to not start a civil war intended to eliminate the Constitution, and they are too ignorant to avoid doing it. Obama writing hiw own laws, specifically one that is in direct contradiction to the Constitution, is merely the formal beginning of that civil war the Democrats need to eliminate the Constitution.

When the smoke clears, the winners will certainly hang the losers.

See you then.

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carol ann wrote:
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You seem blissfully unaware of how infinitely evil you really are in your banality.
You sound like leosanus.
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Grey Ghost wrote:
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You Poor clueless twit, old Eed's empty head is filled to capacity with "POOP".
drunken lily says to "gfy".

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Old Crazy Goober wrote:
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That's exactly what a bank loan office told me and she's a Democrat, realizing thst the Carter/Democrat started CRA was to blame. Yet another liberal policy gone afoul, but the liars just blame Bush.
lol, sure a bank loan officer told you that!

Omfg...conservatives will lie about anything
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"WHEN YOU "GIVE UP" IN THIS HOUSE, THAT MEANS YOU GIVE UP!" DEBIL ADOPT A MO' SOOTHING TONE... "Aw, honey, did I scare you? I sorry. Tell you what, you go get me a beer an' that give you a chance to regain you composure... g'head..."

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Why is it, that you ringers grasp onto the most obscure argument in order to do NOTHING only because admitting climate change meant a lifestyle change that you didn't want. Well I'm sorry it's a bit late now and this lifestyle change is coming your way real soon wether you like it or not. Extreme weather is the result of climate change, even your favorite man about town Big Al Gore predicted that. Australia is burning up at the moment with record highs never seen in 100's of years. The weather people had to find a new color to represent the heat patterns on the map. Two years ago a third of the East coast was under water in floods at the same time of year. Yet you lot want to stay in denial. It's people like you that is sending us all into oblivion.
Take a look at some of these pics and tell me its normal weather.
http://www.climatecentral.org/blogs/more-on-a...
Looks like this pic

http://serc.carleton.edu/images/eslabs/drough...
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Jan 12, 2013
 
Wyoming Bill Would Nullify Obama Gun Control, Jail Feds



Alex Newman
New American
Jan 12, 2013

As the Obama administration plots various assaults on gun rights by “executive order” and legislation, proposals described as “very extreme” even by some Democrats, state lawmakers in Wyoming have another idea. Republican legislators are rallying behind nullification legislation that would void unconstitutional infringements on the right to keep and bear arms, even providing prison time for any federal agents who may try to enforce Washington, D.C., gun control in the state. Lawmakers expect it to pass.

The new bill, H.B. 0104 or the “Firearms Protection Act,” would nullify any new federal infringements on the constitutionally protected gun rights of state residents — who enjoy some of the lowest crime rates while being among the most heavily armed people in America. Unconstitutional federal gun registration schemes, as well as restrictions on semi-automatic guns or standard-capacity magazines, would also be nullified under the legislation.

There are teeth in the proposed law too: Any federal official attempting to enforce unconstitutional statutes or decrees infringing on gun rights passed after January 1 of this year would be charged with a felony. If convicted, criminal officials would be punished by up to five years in state prison and a $5,000 fine. The legislation also authorizes the state attorney general to defend citizens of Wyoming if federal authorities seek prosecutions under unconstitutional gun control rules.

At least eight state representatives and two state senators have already sponsored the legislation. And nationwide, support for similar measures is exploding.“We want to get things ahead of the game,” Republican state Rep. Kendell Kroeker, the primary sponsor of the bill, told the Huffington Post.“We take the Second Amendment seriously in Wyoming…. If the federal government is going to pass laws taking back our rights, it is our right as a state to defend those rights.”
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Jan 12, 2013
 
Citing his oath to support and defend the U.S. and state constitutions, state Rep. Kroeker has been a leader in standing against lawless usurpations of power by the federal government. In a previous session, he introduced legislation to increase the use of gold as currency in the state, for example.“I take an oath to uphold, support and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of Wyoming,” Kroeker continued, telling reporters that his constituents and activists nationwide were thrilled by the move.“I believe it is my duty to take that oath seriously.”

In a separate interview with the Associated Press, the liberty-minded lawmaker noted that there are “a lot of people” who would seek to take all of Americans’ guns — at least if they could. The only thing restraining them, Kroeker said, is public opposition as well as other lawmakers who take their oaths seriously and are concerned about protecting the people’s unalienable rights.

“We’re a sovereign state with our own constitutional form of government,” he told the AP.“We’ve got a right to make our laws, and if the federal government is going to try to enforce unconstitutional laws on our people and take away the rights of Wyoming citizens, then we as a state are going to step up and make that a crime.”
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In the state Senate, another co-sponsor of the legislation, Wyoming State Senator Larry Hicks, cited the 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which reserves all powers not specifically granted to the federal government to the states or the people. The nullification bill, he added in an interview with the Washington Examiner, will send a message to federal politicians considering further infringements on the rights of his constituents.

“It says that your one size fits all solution doesn’t comport to what a vast majority of the state believes,” Sen. Hicks told the paper about the message federal politicians should be taking from the legislation, telling other reporters that state lawmakers were receiving e-mails in support of the bill from all across America and that citizens were urging their own states to take similar action.“I don’t think this is controversial in Wyoming at all…. I fully expect this bill to pass.”

According to the liberty-minded state senator, even if Congress refuses to budge, the administration is determined to restrict gun ownership by presidential decree.“I think that’s the biggest threat we’re facing,” he told the AP. Sen. Hicks also said that his constituents were “absolutely terrified” about threats from Washington to assault gun rights — especially Vice President Joe Biden’s pledge this week to implement the lawless attack by executive order.
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"Oh, Joseph, I'm so sorry... I never meant to hurt you, it's just that he was... magnetic, almost, and I've been so lonely out in the barn..."

There is the sound of hard slaps being delivered to a woman's face....

"OKAY, Okay... I'll tell everybody it was an angel and I'm still a virgin, is THAT WHAT YOU WANT TO HEAR?

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GhostofRaygun wrote:
<quoted text>Why do Libs blame Bush?????????? Over 90% of ALL the home loans that went bad in 2008 at the economic collaspe were less than 5 year old loans. What happened in 2003 that 5 years later it ALL collapsed?????????? Why were lending rules were made so easy anyone with a heart beat could get a loan starting in 2003 ??????????
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President Bush Signs American Dream Downpayment Act of 2003
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Bush at the signing: "Last year I set a goal to add 5.5 million new homeowners in America by the end of the decade".
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We understand that buying a home is a big step, and so these three recommendations we're making, these three changes in the rules will make that step easier; will enable people to make the step to buying a home -- they'll be able to do so with more confidence. These are practical ways that we are working to expand home ownership across the country.
Gee, yet another "smart" Democrat, blabbing the same old line.

It's all Bushes fault!

Bush made all those bad loans!

Democrats has no part!

Zieg Hiel!

Does a Democrat ever admit fault? Nope.
GhostofRaygun

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What's astonishing is this information is readily available for anyone to look up for themselves.
Seems the main reason we're such a divided nation is the lack of interest in searching for the truth.
If it's not a liberal talking point, it simply doesn't exist for half the country. Or so it would seem.
So is wasn't the lending laws that Bush changed in 2003 that within 5 years went bad. According to you it was laws changed 40 years ago that caused it.
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They are very, very upset that we’re going to see some level of federal takeover of our weapons and abuse of our rights given to us by the Second Amendment,” the state senator was quoted as saying, referring to his constituents.“Also, that the federal government will bypass our legislative officials and confiscate our weapons through executive order. This gives citizens of the Western United States a great deal of concern.”
The AP, in an uncharacteristically honest assessment, pointed out that Wyoming has one of the highest rates of per-capita gun ownership in America, and that it also has among the lowest levels of gun violence.“Part of it’s our culture,” Hicks explained.“Our kids grow up around firearms, and they also grow up hunting, and they know what the consequences are of taking a life. And they know at an early age, whether you hunt or fish, that there’s consequences from pulling that trigger. We’re not insulated from the real world in Wyoming.”
At least one Democrat, Rep. James Byrd, has already expressed his opposition to the plan.“If you want to pick a fight with the feds, let’s pick a fight with the feds that’s about something that means something,” he was quoted as saying by the AP while claiming to be a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment. It was not immediately clear why Byrd thought the unalienable right to keep and bear arms — enshrined in both the Wyoming and U.S. constitutions — was not meaningful.
Predictably, Obama apparatchiks funded by billionaire statist George Soros are already crying foul, too. The far-left “Think Progress” blog, for example, claimed that nullification would be unconstitutional.“The constitution actually stipulates that federal law ‘shall be the supreme law of the land,’” Annie-Rose Strasser alleged falsely, without pointing out the constitutional stipulation that federal laws must be “made in pursuance” with the Constitution. It was not clear whether the writer was simply ignorant of American history and the U.S. Constitution, or whether the false statements were deliberate lies in an effort to confuse readers.
Some analysts quoted in the establishment press, also presumably unfamiliar with history or the U.S. Constitution, have claimed that states may not nullify unconstitutional federal usurpations as well. Of course, American history is replete with examples of nullification — Wisconsin nullified a federal statute purporting to require the return of escaped slaves to their masters, for example. Even Founding Fathers like Thomas Jefferson helped states void unconstitutional legislation in the early years of the Republic.
More recently, states all across America have been putting their foot down. Even causes traditionally associated with liberals, such as marijuana legalization, have succeeded through nullification — Colorado and Washington state both legalized the controversial plant in November, and many other states have approved it for medical use in spite of unconstitutional federal statutes. Conservatives and libertarians have also been relying on nullification, especially in recent years.
As the increasingly out-of-control federal government tries to restrict more and more of Americans’ unalienable rights — with the Second Amendment just the latest target — state lawmakers all across the country are taking action.

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(DEBIL WALK FROM THE BEDROOOM DOOR TO THE COMPUTER STATION AN' GRAB UP CAROL BY HER HAIR AN' HE LIFT HER OUT OF HER CHAIR AN' CARRY HER BACK TO THE BEDROOM WHERE HE THROW HER DOWN ON THE BED...) "YOU DUMB BITCH! DID YOU IMAGINE I WAS GIVING YOU SUGGESTIONS?"
Calm down before they accuse you of starting a war on women.
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A bill just introduced in Indiana known as the Firearm Freedom Act, for instance, would also protect the rights of gun owners to be free from federal regulations if the gun was produced and purchased in the state. Similar legislation has already been adopted in other states.
Meanwhile, law-enforcement officials, such as sheriffs and police chiefs, are also developing legal strategies to protect gun rights in their jurisdictions, with some lobbying for nullification measures as well. As The New American reported this week, while the Obama administration seeks to severely infringe on the Second Amendment, talk of mass resistance nationwide is growing in tandem. The president may believe he can violate the Constitution by decree, but it appears that many states have had just about enough of the lawlessness. If Congress refuses to rein in the out-of-control administration, state governments may have to do it instead.

IT IS TIME FOR WE THE PEOPLE TO STAND UP TO THIS DICTATOR OBAMA!!!!!!!!!!

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Nuculur option wrote:
History has proven Nixon to have been a consumate criminal and liar.
Funny you would use him as an example of honesty!!
""Sunday, November 18, 1973; Page A01
Orlando, Fla, Nov. 17 -- Declaring that "I am not a crook," President Nixon vigorously defended his record in the Watergate case tonight and said he had never profited from his public service.
"I have earned every cent. And in all of my years of public life I have never obstructed justice," Mr. Nixon said.
"People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook. Well, I'm not a crook. I've earned everything I've got."
Shortly after, Nixon was tarred and feathered and run out of DC on a rail.
Figures you'd admire a crook like him.
You adore the two worst Presidents in American history:
Nixon and GW Bush.
Why am I not surprised??
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We're sorry your side lost the Cold War, that being the side with your heroes being the 3 worst mass murderers in the history of civilization. And, we're sorry the side you hated won the Cold War, that being the United States, the country that used capitalism to lift the world out of the relative stone age it existed in prior to the United States becoming the most significant influence in the world to the relatively luxurous middle class existence evident around the world today.

And, we're sorry we're going to have to fight another war to defeat fascism, which the Democrats will attempt to institute by having Obama write his own laws.
This will certainly begin a civil war to save the constitution, or end the constitutional republic and install a fascist government by the Democrats.

When the smoke clears, the winners will certainly hang the losers.
Don't whine if you're the one having a rope put around your neck. You asked for this. Take it like a man.
See you then.
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Obama Opposed Gun Ban Exception to Defend One’s Home

by Keith Koffler on January 11, 2013, 9:58 am


As a state senator in Illinois, President Obama opposed legislation providing an exception to handgun restrictions if the weapon was used in the defense of one’s home.

Obama’s vote would have maintained the status quo, which made it a violation of municipal gun ban law to use a firearm to save your own life in your own home. But the bill was passed anyway without his support.

The vote is a sign of how committed Obama may be to strict gun control measures.

The Illinois vote is hardly ancient history, having occurred in 2004 as Obama was running for election to the U.S. Senate. In opposing the measure, Obama lined up well to the left of the mainstream, as the Illinois Senate included 32 Democrats to 26 Republicans but approved the bill by an overwhelming margin and subsequently overrode a veto by then-Gov. Rod Blagojevich.

Obama did not participate in the veto override, which occurred in November 2004, likely after Obama had resigned his state Senate seat in order to prepare for his new role in the U.S. Senate.

The Illinois legislation was passed after a man who shot a burglar in his home was fined $750 by his town for disobeying its handgun ban. The absurdity and injustice of the situation doesn’t seem to have made much of an impression on Obama.

Just eight years earlier, in 1996, Obama answered “Yes” to a survey question asking whether he would support state legislation to “ban the manufacture, sale and possession of handguns.” The Obama 2008 presidential campaign claimed the form had been filled out by an aide who mischaracterized Obama’s position, even though Obama’s handwriting was found on survey.

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