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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Leechie the GOP Leech

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John Galt wrote:
For those who think 2016 is predictable, here is August 2005 polling for 2008 Dem nomination:
40% Hilary Clinton
19% John Kerry
14% John Edwards
6% Joe Biden
3% Wesley Clark
Guess who is missing?
Me! Me!

Oh wait, a bloodsucker got elected in 2000.

Drat.

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Gee, it looks like there is a Democrat spamming the judgeits for every single post. Where's my ammo?
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Frustrated that House Republicans are seen in surveys as the main obstacle to resolving the stalemate over sequester, Speaker John Boehner used some unusually blunt language Tuesday morning to lay the problem at the Senate door.
“We have moved the bill in the House twice,” he said Tuesday morning as President Obama continued his public relations blitz with a visit to a military installation in Newport News, Va.“We should not have to move a third bill before the Senate gets off their asses and begins to do something.”
The beleaguered House speaker could use a refresher course in constitutional prerogatives. Passing two bills in the last Congress doesn’t count; each Congress has to start anew. And his insistence that the Senate go first is an admission that the House is incapable of finding a solution to the fiscal impasse.
“By turning over his prestige, power, and initiative to the other body, saying,‘Let the other Republicans take the pain,’ he is surrendering the constitutional power given to the House,” says Samuel Popkin, a political scientist at the University of California at San Diego.“He is admitting failure, defeat.”
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/03...
There are idiots who seem angry and continuously look for conflict. Trolling and Spammimg inane shit. The battle you are fighting is not with us, it's with your deranged self.
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Cway wrote:
You conservatives are fond of touting capitalism in its pure laissez-faire form.
As I recall, there was a very dark side to it. For example 12-hour a day, six-days-a-week child labor for pennies an hour. Employers had no responsibility for unsafe conditions in the workplace. If a worker lost a hand to an electric saw, he had no recourse. And was typically fired and replaced.
Drugs were unregulated. There were no health standards for canned goods, meat and poultry.
These issues were not addressed until enough progressive-minded politicians were elected to office and passed laws ending such conditions.
When you take from those who work and give to those who wouldn't, the democracy," or in our case the republic, "ceases to exist."
To a communist-minded diehard believer, I’d like to ask just when you think the Cuban and North Korean states are going to flower into social-anarchist models of economic and social equality. Not only is it a sick joke to suppose that such governments will ever evolve into even this shortsighted morass of inanity, but that anarchism itself will ever manifest according to such a model. Since free or freed markets are the only ones consistent with the absence of political government, it follows that socialism , at least as a universally preferred default system , would and could never endure on any large, lasting scale, absent an oppressive government bootheel to keep it hobbling along by armed force. Such is the case now. And so, we can fully expect, will it ever be in the future. Human nature, and human desire, operates along quite different lines.It is more than instructive to take note of even a percentage of what is contained in Marx’s infamous 1848 Manifesto of the Communist Party: Abolition of all private land ownership, and rights of inheritance. Government monopolization of all transportation, communications, and educational systems. Forced redistribution of population (forced assignment of place of residency). A government-monopolized central bank. A heavy graduated tax on earnings. As to this last, Marx was quoted as saying that such a tax was necessary “to crush the middle class under the guise of a need to finance the government.” In other words, Marx was in no way above blatant deception in order to garner widespread support for a tax which in truth was designed not simply to prevent financial upward mobility among the masses, but to prop up a fiat currency creation scheme with which to ensnare and enslave the world.

“God bless you, Mr. President”

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<quoted text>leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Come, carol, you ignorant slut. You actually think Debil is going to post nothing of substance and of no humor, using there, their, they're incorrectly? I think the Orlando Debil might actually be dumb carol, in a hurry.
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search...
In the age of information...Your ignorance and running on empty is still a morons best choice, deranged idiot.
Look, floDUH, seems you've been "manipulating" again (didn't yo momma tell you you could go blind that way?). Maybe you should show MY words--not a changed post from RUSH2BSTUPID.
Whatev...I'll just go back to my permanent ignore list for your whole damned sock drawer. Y'all don't hurry back now, ya' hear!
Leechie the GOP Leech

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Wait a minute. I didn't just take two quarts out of No Surprize. I emptied the whole punch bowl!He's a Republi-zombie now.

No Surprise: Oooohhhhh. Gimme brains. Gimme brains.
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No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>Don't worry about what "sonicfilter" thinks. He doesn't do it very often anyway Troll.
lmao

'I am the King Of Topix! Heed my word or suffer the wrath of the feared floriDuh!'

and did you copy that one so you can paste it 30 or 40 times?
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One plaque we’ll never see hung on Obama’s Wall!! Leadership ‘If It Is To Be, It Is Up To Me!’
No Surprize

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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Look, floDUH, seems you've been "manipulating" again (didn't yo momma tell you you could go blind that way?). Maybe you should show MY words--not a changed post from RUSH2BSTUPID.
Whatev...I'll just go back to my permanent ignore list for your whole damned sock drawer. Y'all don't hurry back now, ya' hear!
leosnana is not lazy, her deranged mind enjoys doing nothing, blaming others. In the age of information...Your ignorance and running on empty is still a morons best choice.
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<quoted text>There are idiots who seem angry and continuously look for conflict. Trolling and Spammimg inane shit. The battle you are fighting is not with us, it's with your deranged self.
OMG i had better chill out! the word of The Duh comes down from on high!

this is better than birtherland.
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still clueless no matter what the name.
It is a standard talking point of Republicans and deficit hawks of all political stripes that federal spending is out of control; that major surgery is needed, especially on entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare, to get the budget on a sustainable course.
In fact, our long-term deficit situation is not nearly as severe as even many budget experts believe. The problem is that they are looking at recent history and near-term projections that are overly impacted by one-time factors related to the economic crisis and massive Republican tax cuts that lowered revenues far below normal.
Taking a longer-term view, such as that in a recent Treasury Department report, shows that our longer-term fiscal problem is in fact quite manageable.
Read more at http://www.thefiscaltimes.com/Columns/2013/01... ]
so tell us....when was the last time BillO had a real economist on his show?
Phil Gramm, former US senator and architect of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (1999) was an economist.

Good thing for him that he rolled sevens eh? Imagine ole Phil making the political talk show rounds.
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OMG i had better chill out! the word of The Duh comes down from on high!
this is better than birtherland.
Mistakes and worthless cut and paste are proof that you are not thinking, but trying...
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Homer 2016 wrote:
<quoted text>Dennis Kucinich?
Kucinich was probably polling higher than the other guy at that time.

“God bless you, Mr. President”

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Hey dogface....what's up loooosey?
What a mouth you have these days.
Why do you always demand a link for things you don't like for some reason or another?
I like the pic, looks like you might be getting thinner...hehehehe
Hey, ShaDOH/Sam/Sham/Hanky/etc. Go back and play with the boring Kvetch All Fraudy, Jes' Spewing, and So Outta' Hair on the thread where you ran anyone semi-literate or better off long ago...you're the only ones who can stand ya'.
John Galt

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As movement conservatives start to sour on Christie, it might be instructive to recall what it was about him that many of them liked from 2009 through last year. For the most part, it wasn’t the content of his agenda, in which most of his admirers had little interest. It was Christie’s willingness to be combative and confrontational that won their admiration. When this was all that most movement conservatives knew about him, Christie’s future in the party seemed very bright, and his name was frequently listed along with such movement conservative heroes as Rubio and Ryan.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
so he was fine until he started acting like he had some sense.
not a characteristic that plays well with the FOXbot crowd.
All was fine until Christie stopped being combative and confrontational and kissed Obama in public just before the election.

Christie still has a possibility of turning this around.
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Phil Gramm, former US senator and architect of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (1999) was an economist.
Good thing for him that he rolled sevens eh? Imagine ole Phil making the political talk show rounds.
Eh.. You looking for friends with the same mental disorder and fantasies as you?
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The stock market bound back in spite of Boeing's problems that will surely fk up the GDP and durable goods orders for a month or two.

The company, still plagued with electrical difficulties on the otherwise fabulous Dreamliner received only two orders this month.
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John Galt wrote:
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All was fine until Christie stopped being combative and confrontational and kissed Obama in public just before the election.
Christie still has a possibility of turning this around.
Somebody had to step and actually LEAD the storm ravaged states into recovery.

And the looneytype prance and dance post elekshunstage republicans saying anything else, really need to get a clue!

CHRISTIE for POTUS 2016!
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<quoted text>Phil Gramm, former US senator and architect of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (1999) was an economist.
Good thing for him that he rolled sevens eh? Imagine ole Phil making the political talk show rounds.
Please explain the "rolled sevens" reference.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Hi Sarah, ever read Riki Tiki Tavi?
Might want to put down that liquor bottle freak, before it accidently gets shoved up yer hagfacenose...by your own haghands. You're already obviously wasted beyond delusional for the day.

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