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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Billy Rubin wrote:
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Well whoopde fkn do!! Hey sweetcheeks! Thats interesting and all that but do us a favor, go hit the gay sites to do your cruising!!!! You took a wrong turn there chubby cakes. Now do everyone here a big favor and take a nice long hike.
Billy Rubin??? Nice one waxturd. I don't think he's going away until he flushes your crazy ass out of here.
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Report: FreedomWorks video featured a ‘panda’ performing oral sex on ‘Hillary Clinton’

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/02/14/report-...

"Despicable misogynistic hypocritical adolescents; the American right in a nutshell."
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John Galt wrote:
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Increasing the minimum wage during a depression with high unemployment is insanity.
Since when are we in a depression dumbass? Private sector economic indicators are all going in the right direction and we've had over three years of private sector job growth.
Raising the minimum wage will put more money into workers pockets and they'll spend it creating a greater demand for goods and services which the suppliers will have to meet by increasing production and hiring people to meet it. Lower wages insures a stagnant market and slow or stalled economic growth.
You're an idiot!
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waxywaxturd wrote:
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Well hello there "Billy"! Are you a chubby-chaser? Let me know as I am chubby, fun and interested!! Did you say hike?? I love a short hike with a manly trailblazer too!!! Please, leave your phone number in my private topix mailbox!!!
With warmest hugs and affection, NWaxman
Wow. Hey NWaxman, here's a phone number for you.
Call 1-800-I-needa-Doctor as in psychiatrist. Get some help for yourself. You're a psycho.

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Since when are we in a depression dumbass? Private sector economic indicators are all going in the right direction and we've had over three years of private sector job growth.
Raising the minimum wage will put more money into workers pockets and they'll spend it creating a greater demand for goods and services which the suppliers will have to meet by increasing production and hiring people to meet it. Lower wages insures a stagnant market and slow or stalled economic growth.
You're an idiot!
Libtards never learn. I am now convinced they are insane because they keep doing the same stupid stuff and expect a different result. It's the only thing that explains it.

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RealDave wrote:
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Bsnks were never forced to make bad loans.
When will you f*cking Dumbasss Right Whiners ever blame your own GD party for the eonomic mess they created under you hero George W Bush.
"CRA CRA CRA OMG OMG OMG" You people get dumber every f*cking day.
Gee Whiz Davey, Never put the blame where it belongs with Barney(My Boie Lollipop)Frank, you leftwingers always Deny and and then bitch and cry.
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Have you ever seen a president crying on television before Obama? In my 48 years I cannot remember ever seeing a president-commander in chief balling on tv soooo many times. Regardless of events/trajedies someone has to be the backbone of the country. Evidently that would be Hillary and Bill Clinton. Is there any way Bill Clinton can take over office now or in next election?

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> Libtards never learn. I am now convinced they are insane because they keep doing the same stupid stuff and expect a different result. It's the only thing that explains it.
Flackonomics:

Lets put money into the economy not through private enterprise but rather thru government subsidized actions through unfunded tax cuts/tax credits that add to the debt.
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Tea Party Florida governor Rick Scott's 2013 budget proposal is 4 billion dollars higher than last years and higher than the states projected income. Scott now favors generous teacher raises and increased funding for education. My oh my he must be planning to run for reelection.

In other Florida news the Florida Highway Patrol say's it will not enforce the new Florida law that requires tourists from abroad, even Canada, to possess an international drivers license in order to drive, rent cars etc. The legislators didn't think such a law would affect tourism___LMAO.

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Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>Gee Whiz Davey, Never put the blame where it belongs with Barney(My Boie Lollipop)Frank, you leftwingers always Deny and and then bitch and cry.
From a minority position in Congress??
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Classy Freddie Blassie wrote:
Have you ever seen a president crying on television before Obama? In my 48 years I cannot remember ever seeing a president-commander in chief balling on tv soooo many times. Regardless of events/trajedies someone has to be the backbone of the country. Evidently that would be Hillary and Bill Clinton. Is there any way Bill Clinton can take over office now or in next election?
according to the Tea Party Panda Hillary is a lock for 2016.

you'll just have to wait.

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Flackonomics:
Lets put money into the economy not through private enterprise but rather thru government subsidized actions through unfunded tax cuts/tax credits that add to the debt.
The only thing that dumbass move will do is put another million poor people out of work. Friggin' libtards are SO stupid!!!

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> Libtards never learn. I am now convinced they are insane because they keep doing the same stupid stuff and expect a different result. It's the only thing that explains it.
Isn't it about time to start predicting $7/gallon gas again?

Gettin' to be that time of year idn't it?

I know what you mean about stupid people repeating the same behavior expecting different results.
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Why Conservatives Still Share a Tent with Calhoun

Sam Tanenhaus has an important article in the New Republic on movement conservatism’s entanglement with the ideological underpinnings of slavery. This is hardly a secret. Liberals have read coded racism into “states’ rights” rhetoric for decades. But Tanenhaus is making a subtler point. Conservatives are not closet racists; rather, as evidenced by their talk of nullification and their flirtation with electoral college rigging, they have internalized the sectionalist dogma of Sen. John Calhoun in such a way that seals their demographic fate. Conservative Republicans risk becoming a “lost cause” party that’s designed to “resist, ignore, or even overturn the will of the electoral majority,” Tanenhaus writes.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/why-co...

to get what they want they'll have to overturn the will of the electoral majority.
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sonicfilter wrote:
Why Conservatives Still Share a Tent with Calhoun
Sam Tanenhaus has an important article in the New Republic on movement conservatism’s entanglement with the ideological underpinnings of slavery. This is hardly a secret. Liberals have read coded racism into “states’ rights” rhetoric for decades. But Tanenhaus is making a subtler point. Conservatives are not closet racists; rather, as evidenced by their talk of nullification and their flirtation with electoral college rigging, they have internalized the sectionalist dogma of Sen. John Calhoun in such a way that seals their demographic fate. Conservative Republicans risk becoming a “lost cause” party that’s designed to “resist, ignore, or even overturn the will of the electoral majority,” Tanenhaus writes.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/why-co...
to get what they want they'll have to overturn the will of the electoral majority.
People like you who support communisms do not understand the true relationship between those inside of government and those outside of government, and that is the relationship between slave and master. If someone has the right to initiate the use of force on you if you disobey them, you are essentially their property. If you don’t believe me, go on over to Google and type in “slave definition,” and the first definition you will find is the following:“A person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them.” Now, doesn’t that sound a whole lot like the relationship between people inside government and people outside government? If you can force people to do things against their will, then you are treating them as if they were your property.
This is not a government by the people for the people. It is rule by the divine elitist as they see fit.

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Taxpayer wrote:
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People like you who support communisms do not understand the true relationship between those inside of government and those outside of government, and that is the relationship between slave and master. If someone has the right to initiate the use of force on you if you disobey them, you are essentially their property. If you don’t believe me, go on over to Google and type in “slave definition,” and the first definition you will find is the following:“A person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them.” Now, doesn’t that sound a whole lot like the relationship between people inside government and people outside government? If you can force people to do things against their will, then you are treating them as if they were your property.
This is not a government by the people for the people. It is rule by the divine elitist as they see fit.
You're describing the US government since its inception, what you describe is in the Constitution and was first employed by George Washington.

Now, what were you saying about communism?

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Death of Tenzing wrote:
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Isn't it about time to start predicting $7/gallon gas again?
Gettin' to be that time of year idn't it?
I know what you mean about stupid people repeating the same behavior expecting different results.
Well I did hear a report this morning saying it will be up over $4 by late spring in most of the country. You know economies change right? At the time they were saying that things were heating up. Then the world economy collapsed. Only morans stay stuck in a static world.

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From a minority position in Congress??
Davey, I'm not in Congress, I'm out here watching this debacle take place with my money. A guy who never had a job, now, never needs a job, whom people as (Obama Money)had a vote to put in that position. We're seeing how that's working out, aren't we?

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> Well I did hear a report this morning saying it will be up over $4 by late spring in most of the country. You know economies change right? At the time they were saying that things were heating up. Then the world economy collapsed. Only morans stay stuck in a static world.
Right, right ... that's why you predict it every year as summer approaches. Are you listening to "analysts" trying to hawk gasoline futures?
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sonicfilter wrote:
Why Conservatives Still Share a Tent with Calhoun
Sam Tanenhaus has an important article in the New Republic on movement conservatism’s entanglement with the ideological underpinnings of slavery. This is hardly a secret. Liberals have read coded racism into “states’ rights” rhetoric for decades. But Tanenhaus is making a subtler point. Conservatives are not closet racists; rather, as evidenced by their talk of nullification and their flirtation with electoral college rigging, they have internalized the sectionalist dogma of Sen. John Calhoun in such a way that seals their demographic fate. Conservative Republicans risk becoming a “lost cause” party that’s designed to “resist, ignore, or even overturn the will of the electoral majority,” Tanenhaus writes.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/why-co...
to get what they want they'll have to overturn the will of the electoral majority.
gobbledegook from a pinko website....

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