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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sonicfilter

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> $3 billion dollars is a lot of money out of people's pockets that need. Money that would have been spent on food, a night out, or repairs. The government need to cut spending and let people keep the money they earn.
while some keep complaining about the deficit. a deficit driven by lost revenue.

can't have it both ways flack.

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Homer 2016 wrote:
<quoted text>Two hillbillies discussing the short and long term consequences of raising the minimum wage, now I have seen everything.
Given that the relative worth of the person has not increased, just why in the hell should anyone be forced to pay more for the same uneducated and unreliable product?

The reason people are working for minimum wage when they are older than 18 is because they are't worth any more than that. If they were worth more, they would be paid more.
I'm for getting rid of the minimum wage entirely. Let a person choose how much they will be worth to the economy, and be paid accordingly.

here's how you increase your income:

Don't drop out of school.
Don't have children before you are married.
Take advantage of the plethora of opportunites to educate yourself.
STUDY SOMETHING USEFUL TO THE ECONOMY.
GET A GODDAM JOB.
Show up for work every day... on goddam time.
Do what you're being paid to do while you are at work.
Become a student of your profession.

If you CHOOSE to do the above, you will not have to rely on a minimum wage to support yourself.

If you CHOOSE to not do the above, you will need a thief like Obama to steal from people who chose to do the above and give it to you.

And, it's never too late. You can change from a useless course to a useful course at any time in your life. However, the sooner you make that change, the greater your reward will be throughout your life... that is, if Obama's Marxist welfare state doesn't take over everything. Then, everything you earn will be needed to support the mooching Obamavilles that will be created everywhere.

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We've already had the funeral and spread the ashes. Did you notice that he had the same narcissistic mental disorder you have?
Was that before, or after you died of brain cancer?

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<quoted text>Look, Damnably Bad Writer, as long as you continue your miserable existence, the answer to "You are not only the most ignorant person here, you are the biggest liar." will be hotly contested by you, Methmouth, and the Warturds drawer...
How about just answering the questions:

Where was Obama during the 7-hour battle between Al Qaeda and the stripped-down American security detatchment in Benghazi while the White House watched Al Qaeda kill them on the real-time video feed?

And;

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

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while some keep complaining about the deficit. a deficit driven by lost revenue.
can't have it both ways flack.
here are the numbers, dufus.

http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/

Now, tell us how the deficit is related to "lost revenue".

You do know that when any institution has diminished revenue, that institution has to decrease their spending, don't you?

You're an idiot.
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Aggregate Demand and State-Level Employment

What explains the sharp decline in U.S. employment from 2007 to 2009? Why has employment remained stubbornly low? Survey data from the National Federation of Independent Businesses show that the decline in state-level employment is strongly correlated with the increase in the percentage of businesses complaining about lack of demand. While business concerns about government regulation and taxes also rose steadily from 2008 to 2011, there is no evidence that job losses were larger in states where businesses were more worried about these factors.

....Figure 3 shows there was almost no correlation between job growth in a state from 2008 to 2011 and the increase in the percentage of businesses citing regulation and taxes as their primary concern. In fact, if anything, the correlation is positive.

States in which businesses increasingly cited regulation and taxes experienced higher job growth, although this correlation is not statistically significant. The lack of correlation is not a matter of the timing we choose. For example, there also is no strong correlation if we examine the 2009–11 period or the 2010–11 period instead.

Figure 4 uses 2012 state unemployment rates instead of job growth from 2008 to 2011. The result is similar. There is no evidence of a positive relationship between 2012 state unemployment rates and the increase in businesses citing regulation and taxes as their primary concern. If anything, the relation is negative.

http://www.frbsf.org/publications/economics/l...

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sonicfilter wrote:
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while some keep complaining about the deficit. a deficit driven by lost revenue.
can't have it both ways flack.
No Sorry you are wrong. We have a deficit because the federal government spends and borrows more money than it receives. Taking more and more money from the people who earn it has now brought us to where we are. The government is now so big that it is sucking the life out of the economy. Soon it will cost $50 bucks for a loaf of bread. Better hope interest rates don't go up.

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Here: This is what I will agree with. $0.20 sales tax. No deductions. No exceptions. $0.12 local, $0.05 state, $0.03 federal. Put the money back to the people where it belongs and not some bureaucratic monstrosity. If you can't pay for the government with the money you receive cut the government till you can. Then cut it 10% more.
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> No Sorry you are wrong. We have a deficit because the federal government spends and borrows more money than it receives. Taking more and more money from the people who earn it has now brought us to where we are. The government is now so big that it is sucking the life out of the economy. Soon it will cost $50 bucks for a loaf of bread. Better hope interest rates don't go up.
and now you're playing that game you said you didn't play.

because you can't back up your assertions. it's just more conservative boilerplate.

maybe you should start posting links. just think about how i'd be treated if i didn't.
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sonicfilter wrote:
Is Marco Rubio Capable of More Than Bromides?
His smoothly delivered State of the Union response showed his major weakness as a speaker: the staleness of his rhetoric.
http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2...
It wasn't smooth at all. He was visibly nervous, appeared to be like a high school senior rehearsing in front of a mirror; his mouth was extremely dry and he finally grabbed a sip of water and in the end he said God bless everyone and smiled from ear to ear. It was laughable at best.
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> The problem I have is when they start blowing people away in this country. I think it will get too easy to just kill people rather than arrest, try, and jail people. Slippery slopes are hard to stop once you start sliding.
Why would you come to this conclusion? I find it amazing that the rightwingers are all whining about due process for Al-Alawki and his son. I am a leftwinger and am all for due process, but in this case, I feel it was warranted.

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A simple question. Where will the money come from to pay all minimum wage earners an extra $1.50 or so an hour come from? Think about it and give an honest answer. What will be the ramification?

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> No Sorry you are wrong. We have a deficit because the federal government spends and borrows more money than it receives. Taking more and more money from the people who earn it has now brought us to where we are. The government is now so big that it is sucking the life out of the economy. Soon it will cost $50 bucks for a loaf of bread. Better hope interest rates don't go up.
Flacktradamus: Bread to hit $50.00 a loaf.

I get it though. If I get a cut in salary that creates a $300/month deficit in my budget, its not because my wages were cut. Its because I spend too much.

Flacktards are so schmart.

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DBWriter wrote:
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Was that before, or after you died of brain cancer?
Message for DBWriter followers:
If you followed the rogue cop Dorner story you would know that he was much like some right-wingers that post here. The world was against him, he was self-aggrandizing and suffering from paranoia, a mixture of DBWriter and waxturd.
Sick people like this need help not enabling. Its time we stop trying to reason with mentally ill people that aren't capable of reason and direct them to help.

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and now you're playing that game you said you didn't play.
because you can't back up your assertions. it's just more conservative boilerplate.
maybe you should start posting links. just think about how i'd be treated if i didn't.
If I had my way there would be a lot of 'for sale or lease' signs in Washington D.C.

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Here: This is what I will agree with.$0.20 sales tax. No deductions. No exceptions.$0.12 local,$0.05 state,$0.03 federal. Put the money back to the people where it belongs and not some bureaucratic monstrosity. If you can't pay for the government with the money you receive cut the government till you can. Then cut it 10% more.
See, you are a right whiner. Tax the poor Tax the poor Tax the wealthy less.

If Flack were President in January of 2009, he would have cut government spending by over a trillion dollar plunges us into a massive depression.

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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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My point is that fcker should not be allowed near the President, and, the Moran who invited him is an idiot
You score again, for the "Idiot Post of the Month". It would be our bet Ted Nugent & Barack Hussein Obama would have a good discussion. Mr. Nugent certainly has a better command of the English language, than you. My 10 yr. old Grandson has a better command of English, than you.
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In the wake of their electoral drubbing in November, Republicans were seeking an image reboot at President Obama’s State of the Union address, a new face that would be both more positive and less strident, youthful and multicultural but also quietly constructive and respectful.
Then there was Ted Nugent, the 64-year-old rocker who once told the president to “suck on my machine gun.”
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/13/us/politics...
They can't help themselves! He looks like a total madman, and the people around him don't look much better. And then, there's this little gem:

Mr. Rubio voted Tuesday against reauthorizing a more muscular Violence Against Women Act, an echo of his own roots on the right flank of his party. He was one of only 22 senators to oppose the bill, which 23 Republicans and 55 Democrats endorsed.

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flack wrote:
AP Fact Check Destroys Obama's SOTU
Bull
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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It wasn't smooth at all. He was visibly nervous, appeared to be like a high school senior rehearsing in front of a mirror; his mouth was extremely dry and he finally grabbed a sip of water and in the end he said God bless everyone and smiled from ear to ear. It was laughable at best.
Say's his mouth was dry because he had just finished taping an 18 minute speech in Spanish. Agree that he's not a polished speaker. Beat's Rand Paul by a mile though__Rand whines just like his father.

So do you think the State of California will give any of that reward money to the maids who flushed out Dorner?

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