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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carol wrote:
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That's another thing that should bother you. He won by running one of the nastiest campaigns in presidential history.
Made the lies he told about Hillary back in 2008 look like fibs. She wasn't all too happy about his vicious lying tactics either.
Is that the kind of president you want? Win at all costs? No matter how many lies you spread about your opponent?
There's a difference between proving your opponent an unworthy candidate and out-and-out lies.
This president crossed the line twice - in both elections.
You lost and now youwhine!

Yes it is the President America wants!
The republican pulling only 47%.
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Republican Hawks Prepare to Sabotage Their Party Once Again

According to Jennifer Rubin, the failed effort to derail Hagel’s nomination is really picking up steam. This passage stood out in the post:

Rather, it is a recognition that on the war on terror, support for Israel, and determination to confront the Iranian threat, the GOP can show rare unanimity and make a clear demarcation: This is what we believe; this is what they do. It is very conceivable that the number of “yes” votes for Hagel on the Democratic side is nearly matched by the “no” votes on the Republican side, and vice versa.

It is doubtful that there will be any Democratic nays on Hagel, and I don’t think more than 20 Republicans would vote against a Republican nominee for Defense. The more important part of this passage is the delusion that Republicans will somehow come out winners by showing “rare unanimity” in opposition to a qualified Republican nominee. The objections to Hagel are these: he isn’t enthusiastic enough to start wars, his backing for Israel isn’t as reflexive and mindless as it could be, and he has opposed decisions to throw away more lives in wars that never should have been fought or that ought to have been ended earlier. Rubin wants the GOP to display “rare unanimity” in rejecting someone like that, which will confirm for the public that Republican leaders are reckless and shouldn’t be trusted with the responsibilities of executive power.

The more Republican nays against Hagel there are, the less the public will trust Republicans on military and foreign policy matters. Instead of regaining the public’s trust on these issues, Republican leaders will be squandering what little remains of their credibility in a vain protest against Hagel’s nomination. Opposing Hagel will send a message about what Republicans believe and how their opponents govern, but the message will be one that discredits and weakens Republicans and leaves them at an even greater disadvantage on foreign policy and national security.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...

the only republicans who can't see the handwriting on the wall are FOXbots.

hey dumbass! remember the election? so what gives creditability to anything you've heard on FOX?
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Maybe a dumb cop like gunner will mistake them for killers and shoot them dead.
We don't make mistakes. That's what your side is good at, idiot.

Didn't Obama vote against the troop surge in Iraq that worked?

How's the terrorist trials in NYC going fer ya?

Close Gitmo?

Fix that economy with all that spending?

Why are there still poor people? You've been fixing that for almost a century, lefty.

Bonehead.
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Where's the Bumpass Hillbilly?
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Malpractice lawsuits have no affect upon the cost of healthcare. That's a lie. If anything it amounts to 1/2 of 1%.
Canada is a large country, and living in rural areas requires people to travel to more populous areas to go to hospital. Nothing new there dummy.
There are midwives who can deliver babies just as well as any doctor in a hospital.
You're an idiot Jane, face it.
lily contradicts herself in first paragraph.

The midwife stuff goes to hell if there are any problems.
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Gun Appreciation Day Is Sponsored By A White Nationalist Party

UPDATED: Gun Appreciation Day Removes White Nationalist Party Sponsorship

http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/01/18/gun-a...
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No, he got a shot off at Harris., hid, and the killers ran into the school killing 15 and wounding 25 others.
Another officer arrived minutes later and fired on them missing.
Proving that a determined killer, armed better than the police, will carry out their plans.
I agree.
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Hey tea bag fktards, did you know Columbine high school had an armed guard?
Yes, a chickenshit cop who ran away at the first sign of trouble.

Which is all the more reason to have armed security that cares as much about the children as about their own asses and their pensions.

Cops are worthless except to arrest the bad guys after the damage is done.
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Republicans have run four years of nasty insulting campaign against President Obama and against the American Economy.
Voters acknowledge Republican George W Bush October 2008 Stock Market Crash created the problems we are now "enjoying".
Still stuck on Stupid!!

“Pillars of Creation....”

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Just a reminder:

"The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure."
Barack Obama in 2006
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Looking for a beating, tea bag retard?
I would enjoy you trying. It would be like hold off an eight year old slingling his arms, just by putting my hand on your forehead.
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<quoted text>Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) took awhile to catch on but in the end the organization made a huge impact about how the bulk of the nations citizens view driving while impaired and drinking in general. The group met a lot of resistance but in the end the drinking age was raised, open container laws were given teeth, breath alcohol limits were reduced, judges were put on notice and bars, clubs and restaurants became partners in liability cases and sometimes criminal cases.
Gun control will come on line the same way perhaps the last straw being Newtown or perhaps it will take a couple more slaughters but it's coming.
We know that some gun and pawn shop owners are sleazy unscrupulous sumbitches who will stoop very low for the almighty dollar and we've learned that the gunshow loophole allows for a lot of hanky panky kinda like, "Well, I can't sell you this gun without a BG check, but if you're willing pay a little more my unlicensed friend in the next booth can do the deal for us."
The crusade against alcohol has gone too far, so far that one cannot enjoy wine with fine dining.

The penalties are now so severe that the best approach is to refuse any and all testing.
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It should bother you that any president would write in their book they selected their Marxist friends carefully in college.
It should bother you that any president would select an avowed communist and a communist sympathizer as advisors.
Do you just not want to open your eyes by choice?
Nothing bothers me. I love the President, I think he's just great; not to mention a super chess player!
Just look at how he plays you all for fools!
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Yes, a chickenshit cop who ran away at the first sign of trouble.
Which is all the more reason to have armed security that cares as much about the children as about their own asses and their pensions.
Cops are worthless except to arrest the bad guys after the damage is done.
That concept is too difficult for a mental retard Democrat to absorb.
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Boogey men in Massachusetts are so bad....

'Mass Police gets grenade launchers...'

http://12160.info/video/mass-police-gets-gren...

Now a ban on law abiding citizens from owning a rifle maked sense......
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<quoted text>says clueless. what time does your wage slave arrive at your plantation?
'Take Action: Hospital, Hospice Feeling Obamacare Effects
...Just last week, Delaware Hospice laid off 52 employees. Susan Lloyd, the chief executive officer told Delaware Online the cuts were unavoidable.
“We really regret that these actions needed to be taken, and we are so empathetic to the workers,” Lloyd said.“The decision was not made lightly, and it is a direct result of a consequential decline in census and the need to position the organization to meet additional changes and challenges that the hospice industry anticipates with the health care reform...”
http://www.citizenlink.com/2013/01/17/take-ac...
Wage slave? LOL, you're a trip Jane. Go make another batch of meatballs.
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Rider on the Storm wrote:
Just a reminder:
"The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure."
Barack Obama in 2006
The moron was right about that. Now our kids are screwed because idiots voted for the slimeball.
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Just Try and Get Me Guns....
Woe to the Fool
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Figures a tea bag child molester would know nothing about anything except NAMBLA.
too funny, azzhole.
Keep laughing retardulant one.
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sonicfilter wrote:
Republican Hawks Prepare to Sabotage Their Party Once Again
According to Jennifer Rubin, the failed effort to derail Hagel’s nomination is really picking up steam. This passage stood out in the post:
Rather, it is a recognition that on the war on terror, support for Israel, and determination to confront the Iranian threat, the GOP can show rare unanimity and make a clear demarcation: This is what we believe; this is what they do. It is very conceivable that the number of “yes” votes for Hagel on the Democratic side is nearly matched by the “no” votes on the Republican side, and vice versa.
It is doubtful that there will be any Democratic nays on Hagel, and I don’t think more than 20 Republicans would vote against a Republican nominee for Defense. The more important part of this passage is the delusion that Republicans will somehow come out winners by showing “rare unanimity” in opposition to a qualified Republican nominee. The objections to Hagel are these: he isn’t enthusiastic enough to start wars, his backing for Israel isn’t as reflexive and mindless as it could be, and he has opposed decisions to throw away more lives in wars that never should have been fought or that ought to have been ended earlier. Rubin wants the GOP to display “rare unanimity” in rejecting someone like that, which will confirm for the public that Republican leaders are reckless and shouldn’t be trusted with the responsibilities of executive power.
The more Republican nays against Hagel there are, the less the public will trust Republicans on military and foreign policy matters. Instead of regaining the public’s trust on these issues, Republican leaders will be squandering what little remains of their credibility in a vain protest against Hagel’s nomination. Opposing Hagel will send a message about what Republicans believe and how their opponents govern, but the message will be one that discredits and weakens Republicans and leaves them at an even greater disadvantage on foreign policy and national security.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
the only republicans who can't see the handwriting on the wall are FOXbots.
hey dumbass! remember the election? so what gives creditability to anything you've heard on FOX?
All Obama Cabinet nominations are irrelevant diversions to avoid talking about the economy. Doesn't matter one bit who is Secretary of Defense. All that come to a vote will be approved. However, Obama does have a history of throwing folks under the bus.

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