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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You don't know what a liberal is.
Republican in name only

RINO (Republican in Name Only) is an officeholder or candidate who is a member of the Republican Party, but holds views to the political left of most Republican voters. The term "RINO" describes politicians who claim to be Republican but are in fact liberal, and therefore generally debase the winning conservative coalition base of the Republican Party.

RINOs are often Republican only to the extent it serves their own interests, and will abandon conservative principles as soon as it is in their own interests to do so. RINOs often provide support for raising taxes, abortion as a right, gay rights and gun control. Some RINOs have connections with Planned Parenthood or corporations that support goals of population control; other RINOs pay lip service to pro-life values while in practice not advancing those values.

Double standards by RINOs are common: a birther comment by Romney during his campaign was supposedly a "nothing", but Todd Akin's pro-life comment would somehow "absolutely" could cost RINOs control of the U.S. Senate!

RINOs, like Democrats, typically come from states in New England, the Mid-Atlantic; or states on the Left Coast(West Coast, especially California). A less-used term is cafeteria conservative, for a person who picks and chooses which conservative principles to believe, as a person might choose foods in a cafeteria instead of ordering the full-course menu selected by the chef at most restaurants. In contrast to RINO's and cafeteria conservatives, movement conservatives understand that since conservative philosophy is a coherent whole, it is untenable to discard part of it without discarding all of it.

http://conservapedia.com/Republican_in_name_o...

The Left Coast is a humorous conservative term for the West Coast, especially California. It first appeared in the early 1990s.

http://conservapedia.com/Left_Coast
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Is "Julian Castro" a rapper or a gangbanger?
he is a very succesful democrat mayor of San Antonio Texas a very conservative city and who has had two terms as mayor, what does that tell the overwhelmingly republican lone star state? It's been predicted for several years that Texas will be a Blue State in less than a decade and probably sooner if Obama and congress who are already working in immigration reform legalize the already here 12 million illigal inmigrants.
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Which one is the homosexual?
Democrats need one on the ticket.
More likely ticket is Cory Booker and Tammy Baldwin.
Touches all the bases except Hispanic.
And then you all republicans wonder why you keep losing elections, hate shouldn't be part of a political agenda john, remove the bigotry within your party, and you all may have a shot in 2016.
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Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>I agree Obama is beating a dead horse but it is to take the public's attention off of the Economy and cause people focus on the gun right issues in Washington instead which is working to his benefit.
Obama is bringing this country forward imbecile, and he's trying to fix the mess the republicans left on gun control issues, stop blaming our President for the Failures of your already weakening party.
You're an idiot Indy!
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So, the role of the President is to distract the attention of the public from important issues to focus on the trivial. Wonderful.
sure john, What about the biggest lie America was ever told in 2003 by bush who lied to americans to go to war? By 2003 bush and America knew the failure he was and the failure he was going to be, OBAMA delivers leadership, and we are better off than just 4 years ago, deal with it john.

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Three drunks are sitting in a bar, Galt, waxturd and DBWriter. Waxturd says to Galt, "I don't have any friends so I'm going to buy drinks all night for everyone in the bar and maybe someone will like me. Will you pay for it?". Galt says, "Sure I will.". When the tab comes DBWriter, who has been listening to all this says, "I wonder where waxturd is going to get the money to pay for all those drinks?".

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<quoted text> sure john, What about the biggest lie America was ever told in 2003 by bush who lied to americans to go to war? By 2003 bush and America knew the failure he was and the failure he was going to be, OBAMA delivers leadership, and we are better off than just 4 years ago, deal with it john.
The famous “16 words” in President Bush’s Jan. 28, 2003 State of the Union address turn out to have a basis in fact after all, according to two recently released investigations in the US and Britain.

Bush said then,“The British Government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa .” Some of his critics called that a lie, but the new evidence shows Bush had reason to say what he did.

But what he said – that Iraq sought uranium – is just what both British and US intelligence were telling him at the time. So Bush may indeed have been misinformed, but that's not the same as lying.

The final word on the 16 words may have to await history's judgment. The Butler report's conclusion that British intelligence was "credible" clearly doesn't square with what US intelligence now believes. But these new reports show Bush had plenty of reason to believe what he said, even if British intelligence is eventually shown to be mistaken.

http://www.factcheck.org/bushs_16_words_on_ir...
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Darn! We are so lucky you are a military legal expert!!
What would we do without liberal know-it-all people like you?
Of course, the military and our commander-in-chief never acts politically.
YOU ARE AN IDIOT!!!
And exactly what do you know about it nitwit? What do you know about anything?
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DBWriter wrote:
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Let's talk about the actual issue, the people who committed the crimes:
Ft. Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan was a registered Muslim Democrat.
Columbine shooters Dylan Klebold's and Eric Harris' parents were registered Democrats.
Aurora, Colorado shooter James Holmes was a registered Democrat, he was a staff worker with the Obama campaign and was an 'Occupy' participant.
Newtown, Conn. shooter Adam Lanza was a registered Democrat who hated Christians.
It's liberals who should be forbidden from owning guns, YOU kill people. Whether it's on the streets or in a clinic, blacks kill themselves at an unprecedented rate, and guess what, 95% of you voted for Obama, THE Democrat.
Why is it always Democrats who vote for Obama that commit these mass murders?
Perhaps we should prevent Democrats from owning guns? If that were the law, AND ENFORCED, then none of the above incidents would have occurred.
So, from a study of the crimes, please tell us why there shouldn't be a law forbidding Demcorats from owning guns.
And you know this how? Do you have even a shred of evidence to back this up?
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Care to back that up with some specifics, dufus?
Why should he moron? You never do.

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Obama Absent Night of Benghanzi

He went to bed! Had to get his rest for the big party , err, campaign event with Beyonce and Jay-Z. What a scumbag.
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You just can't make this stuff up.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio has hired Steven Seagal to help train the 3500 member citizen posse that will be providing security for Arizona's public schools.
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flack wrote:
Obama Absent Night of Benghanzi
He went to bed! Had to get his rest for the big party , err, campaign event with Beyonce and Jay-Z. What a scumbag.
Please cite the right wing site were you read this. I'm guessing redpillreport.com

Flack, you're looking sillier everyday.
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And you know this how? Do you have even a shred of evidence to back this up?
The idea that recent mass shooters are mostly registered Democrats is a myth

1. Nidal Hasan (the Ft. Hood shooter) lived in either Virginia (his state of residence prior to being sent to Ft. Hood) or Texas, neither of which has partisan registration. Therefore the claim that he was a "registered Democrat" is false. I do not know if he voted or how he voted, but I do know that unless he was registered in a state in which he did not reside, that the claim that he is a registered Democrat is FALSE.

2. Since Virginia does not have partisan registration there is also no way to tell whether Seung-Hui Cho was a Democrat, but again because there is no partisan registration in the state we can say that the claim that he is a registered Democrat is FALSE.(Update: A more obvious point is that Cho was a resident alien, not a US citizen, so he was not eligible to vote in the US)

3. The allegation that James Holmes was registered Democrat was based on a Breitbart blogger Joel B. Pollack, who found voter registration records for a DIFFERENT James Holmes who was about the same age. Alex Jones’ Infowars and other right-wing websites then dutifully repeated the lie without verifying it. It was later determined that the Colorado Theater Shooter James Holmes was NOT registered to vote, as evidenced by this retraction:{Newly-released information on the suspect’s birthdate (which, as indicated in our initial report, was a slight mismatch), combined with new details Breitbart News has obtained about the suspect’s likely addresses, together suggest that the suspect may, in fact, not have been registered to vote.}. However, most of right-wing media continued to promote the lie without printing Breitbart sites retraction. The claim that James Holmes was a registered Democrat is FALSE.

4. The claim that Adama Lanza is a registered Democrat has been suggested based not on any evidence that he was registered as one, but on the rather dubious claim that because Connecticut has almost 2 to 1 Democratic registration over Republicans, he was probably a Democrat.(Claim: "Adam Lanza, NewtownConn murderer. Registered Democrats outnumber Republicans by about a 2-1 ratio in Connecticut. The odds are therefore that the Lanza family are (sic) Democrats.")
.....We can therefore claim that with no evidence to support the claim, the assertion that Lanza was a Democrat is not demonstrated and that in the absence of any evidence it is likely FALSE.

5. Klebold and Harris of course were not old enough to vote and they had no apparent political affiliation. Allegations that they came from families of Democrats or liberal progressives appear to have no sources to substantiate those claims. What little ideology the boys demonstrated owed mostly to an admiration for Timothy McVeigh not Ted Kennedy.

Interestingly, Hedgecock and those on the far right have conveniently overlooked a number of cases where ideology is clearly right-wing. The acts below are instances of right-wing violence that are unequivocally committed by people who are openly hostile to liberalism. While this does not mean these killers are Republicans, it is quite clear that they are RIGHT-WINGERS and that they have far more in common with Mr. Hedgecock, Alex Jones and the other gun-toting conspiracy nuts on the right than with any evils associated with the Democratic Party or liberalism.

http://www.examiner.com/article/the-idea-that...

so as usual, he has nothing.

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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Please cite the right wing site were you read this. I'm guessing redpillreport.com
Flack, you're looking sillier everyday.
No site other than watching the hearings yesterday.
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Sex with farm animals was just banned in Florida last year, sex with household pets is yet to be decided unless the pet is injured during the sex.
I'm not kidding Homer and keep in mind that Florida is one of the more advanced Southern states.
We never realized how boring your life is until Homer asks about goats and what you do for fun, then you mention your pets and farm animals Realtime. LOL...You looking for friends with the same mental disorder as you...priceless!

A camel can work for a week without drinking. A liberal can drink and have sex with animals for a whole week without working.
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A camel can work for a week without drinking. I can drink and have sex with animals for a whole week without working.
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flack wrote:
Obama Absent Night of Benghanzi
He went to bed! Had to get his rest for the big party , err, campaign event with Beyonce and Jay-Z. What a scumbag.
Proof?
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John Galt wrote:
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Tools who will be discarded when they are no longer useful.
You're totally whack
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Please cite the right wing site were you read this. I'm guessing redpillreport.com
Flack, you're looking sillier everyday.
He is getting more ridiculous, I used to think Flack had a shred of decency but lately he has shown his true colors, rightwing ahole through and through, sad to see.

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