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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<quoted text>Now where have I heard something like that before??? Oh yeah,, President LB Johnson, " If we do not stop the communist aggression in South Asia today we will be fighting them on the shores of California". Still waiting 40 years later.
I wouldnt put to much faith in LBJ's speech since he was part of the New Left too who talks like a modern liberal which are bigots who have no use of true liberalism beside LBJ signed into law the 1968 Gun Control Act too which goes against true liberalism which rejects Government Involvement.

Gun Control Act of 1968

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The Democrats came roaring back in 2006 and again in 2008. There's no reason Republicans can't do the same, unburdened by having to run against an incumbent in 2016. Unless Marco Rubio has his way.
The Democrats never change their ideas; they change the voters. For decades, Democrats have been working feverishly to create more Democrats by encouraging divorce (another Democratic voter!), illegitimacy (another Democratic voter!) and Third World immigration (another Democratic voter!).
Strangely, some Republicans seem determined to create more Democratic voters, too. That will be the primary result of Sen. Marco Rubio's amnesty plan.
IT'S NOT AMNESTY! Rubio's proponents cry. They seem to think they can bully Republicans the way the Democrats do, by controlling the language.
Rubio's bill is nothing but amnesty. It isn't even "amnesty thinly disguised as border enforcement." This is a wolf in wolf's clothing.
Despite all the blather about how Rubio demands "Enforcement First!" the very 1st thing his proposal does is make illegal aliens legal.(Don't call them "illegal aliens"!)
The ability to live & work legally in America is the most valuable commodity in the world; it's the Hope Diamond of the universe. I know young, well-educated Canadians who waited a decade for that privilege.
Step 1of Marco Rubio's plan is: Grant illegal aliens the right to live and work in America legally.(Rubio's 1st move in poker: Fold.)
People who have broken our laws will thus leap ahead of millions of foreigners dying to immigrate here, but -- unwilling to enter illegally -- waiting patiently in their own countries.
The only thing the newly legalized illegal immigrants won't get immediately is citizenship. Rubio claims that under his plan, they won't be able to vote or go on welfare. But in practice, they'll have to wait only until the ACLU finds a judge to say otherwise.
And, the vast majority of illegal aliens are Hispanic, and Hispanics have a higher teen birthrate than any other ethnic group. In California, a majority of all Hispanic births are illegitimate. That's a lot of Democratic voters coming.
And look how great that's turned out! With Hispanics on track to become the largest ethnic group in CALIFORNIA this year, the state that gave us Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan is incapable of electing any Republican statewide anymore. TAXES KEEP GOING UP, AND THERE'S NO ONE LEFT TO PAY THE BILL.
That will be our entire country if Republicans fall for Rubio's phony "Enforcement First!" plan. Perplexingly, some Republicans seem determined to TURN THE WHOLE NATION INTO CALIFORNIA, in the foolish hope of winning 1 last election.
No border can be secure when the pot of gold on the other side is an American green card.(Again playing games with language, Rubio doesn't call the right to legally live and work here a "green card," but in practical effect, that's what it is.)
So when exactly does the enforcement part of Rubio's "Enforcement First!" plan kick in? Answer: NEVER.
Or rather, enforcement becomes both impossible -- because nothing will stop them if legalization is the lure -- and irrelevant -- because there's NO PENALTY for leaving the border wide open.
Even if enforcement "fails," are the 11 million illegals already legalized by Rubio going to be asked to leave? Of course not.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is a Republican who -- as a Princeton and Harvard Law graduate -- does not yearn for "strange new respect" from the elites. This week, he said of Rubio's amnesty plan: "To allow those who came here illegally to be placed on such a path is both inconsistent withd years, if not decades, to come to America legally."
If only other Republicans didn't ride the tea party to victory before realizing they really just want to be John McCain.
How does divorce create another voter? Your husband not let you vote 'til y'all got divorced or something?

Do any of y'all read what you post?
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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The coroner
He already picked up Jean months ago; still waiting for you.
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Ehhh, your Fox scare tactics don't wash, I think current unemployment levels represent the fat that had accumulated during the credit boom. American corporations, as an aggregate, are posting record profits. 7.8% may be the new 5% for a generation or more.
You're correct about the fat, but there is still a lack of growth in the economy that is causing sustained high unemployment.

Accepting 7.9% unemployment is unacceptable.

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To correct the erroneous information you received in your indoctrination session, Clinton vetoed the welfare reform legislation, and Congress had to override his veto.
At the time, there was no need for radical spending cuts because there was nothing wrong with the size of government then, thanks to a Republican Congress.
That's not true today. The Democrats have needlessly created a Godzilla of a government that obviously needs to be put on a diet and have gastric bypass surgery and liposuction and appendages cut off and... etc., etc., etc.
There is no part of the government the Democrats created that doesn't need to have drastic cuts made.
Wrong again, Clinton vetoed two earlier versions but signed the last. There was no overturned veto.

Keep trying, I'll let you know if you get something correct.
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Ehhh, your Fox scare tactics don't wash, I think current unemployment levels represent the fat that had accumulated during the credit boom. American corporations, as an aggregate, are posting record profits. 7.8% may be the new 5% for a generation or more.
i think people who are underemployed, college grads with no shot at ever moving out of their parents' basement and the new world order of part-time only employees would kind of resent being called "the fat." But hell, Social Security Disability for life is THE new career path, similar to when everyone wanted to be in IT.

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You left out factual content.
Like how Bush was asleep at the helm when Al Queda attacked the USA, in an attack on our soil that was worse than Pearl Harbor.
Surely you mean Al Queda killed 3,000 people in the WTC before Bush realized Al Queda existed!!
Had Dubya listened to the FBI, CIA, or Clinton's team, 9-11 would not have happened.
But he didn't, and it did!!
Why was Bush never put on trial for failing to protect our Nation??
Why do you continue to defend a failed President, the worst in American History, according to most Americans??
And you remain blissfully ignorant!!
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No No No.

Obama is the blame for everything in Benghazi because he is President, but Bush wasn't the blame for anything when he was President.

Its all in the Dumbwaiter's book of fantasies.

Chapter 3, I think
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So now we have no clue what the climate as been in our past?
Existence of dinosaurs and massive glaciers gives a clue that the Earth has been both warmer and cooler than at present, by substantially greater margins than the temperature variations over the last few hundred years.

The current "climate change" is just minor noise on the history of the Earth.

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Many companies have strict rules about discussing salaries. They may not be able to sue you, but they can sure as hell fire you.
They should be able to fire you for any reason, or no reason, but they shouldn't be able to sue you for discussing your personal finances.

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Here, on Earth, we have a different history.
The recession was caused by the Democrats' Marxist equal-outcome subprime housing mortgage underwriting program that collapsed the economy after two years of oversight by Democrats Dodd in the Senate and Frank in the House.
But, that's what happens when the Very Silly Party like the Democrats puts a person who throws his male page off his New York hotel balcony and runs a male prostitution racket out of his house in charge of overseeing financial services in the country.
Ya see Real Dave, the congressional majority was completely helpless against one member of the minority party. That's the way its done on DBWronger's Earth. Of course, the sky is pink on his Earth too.
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Sen Menendez and why is there a document shredding truck at your friends business?

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How does divorce create another voter? Your husband not let you vote 'til y'all got divorced or something?
Do any of y'all read what you post?
Jane didn't write that; it was Ann Coulter. However, Jane says she's a Democrat!!! That was, until the black guy got elected!!
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They should be able to fire you for any reason, or no reason, but they shouldn't be able to sue you for discussing your personal finances.
Care to share your bet?
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<quoted text> I was talking about the atmosphere & yes, gases are removed from the atmosphere. Try to keep up.
Take a course in physics sometime.

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How does divorce create another voter? Your husband not let you vote 'til y'all got divorced or something?
Do any of y'all read what you post?
Democrat voter...democrat voter.

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Perhaps you can reference revenue figures to back your billshit up:
http://www.usgovernmentrevenue.com/revenue_hi...
Then explain to us what the Democrats did to that declining 0.16 (that's zero point one six) trillion dollar deficit after they took control of all the purse strings of government in January, 2007.
Did you say they increased the deficit ONE THOUSAND GODDAM PERCENT?
List?

Where is that GD list of legislation the Democrats passed in the first 9 months of 2007 that created this recession.

And really, too f*cking dumb to know the difference between a budget deficit and total deficit?

You know like when you run two wars off budget?????

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You meant to say the unemployment rates was 4.5% or below for 13 months of the 96 months Bush was President,right.
In Jan of 2001. Bush inherited a 4.2% rate & a balanced budget.
Yup, 4.2% when he took office and 7.8% and rising when he left.

Doesn't fit the mythology though.
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How does divorce create another voter? Your husband not let you vote 'til y'all got divorced or something?
Do any of y'all read what you post?
Divorce tends to reduce the economic standing of both parties, which might affect their voting patterns.

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It looks like Al Qaeda is bombing us again as if they are on a schedule, just like it was when Clinton was president before Bush and Chaney kicked the shit out of them.
Where was Obama during the 7-hour battle between Al Qaeda and the stripped-down American embassy security detatchment in Benghazi while the real-time video was being watched in the White House?
(You can answer the question of why Obama lied for two weeks trying to cover up the Al Qaeda terrorist attack on the US later.)
http://edition.cnn.com/2012/11/09/world/afric...

Timeline.

Check 11:00 PM

Yet you keep lying.
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How can Homer support a team that features a murderer as its star player?
Will you learn how to read. Flack predicts 49ers to win, to date Flack has been wrong on everyone of his predictions. If Flack says 49ers will win then the Ravens are a lock. Homer just going with the easy money.

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