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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They aren't teaching children the tenets of Christianity or making them repeat: "Jesus Christ is the Son of God. Praise to God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost."
They are teaching children the terrorists on 9/11 were "freedom fighters".
Do you not possess critical analysis skills?
The ignorant right.

Teaching about a religion is education.

Too bad you never got one.
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<quoted text>One things for sure lily will never "pussywhip" anything , lily's husband had lilys rebuilt by having a 12 inch riding lawnmower turf tire inplanted as a bushing but it kept falling out .
To goez wit her lingo of the frigid and hedonisTIC?
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Galt the racist f*ck.
Doez Duh A Vey think apes were racists too? Does Duh A vey wunner what dem silverback apes thunk about them all black or brown furred (or whatever the heck ape skin are called)..ifn they looked at each utter an though wow..dat ape got different fur den me.

Get back in the tin foil hat containment corner, brainless worm.
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The ignorant right.
Teaching about a religion is education.
Too bad you never got one.
It's obvious that you also fell short on education but at least your indoctrination appears intact.

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Come on, dave, we both know who signed that bill. the fact that you can't admit it just goes to show how desperate you are to blame everything on republicans.
I know who signed it.

You asked who did so evidently you did not know.

If you were honest & not the lying POS you are, you would know that the bill was a Republican agenda item all the way. It would not exist without the Republicans.

Bill Clinton signed that bill as part of a compromise.

But hey you f*cking idiots blame Clinton for the Nafta Treaty when Nafta was a Republican idea, negotiated by Republicans, signed by a Republican, passed Congress with Republican majorities.

Phil Gramm was instrumental in our economic disaster. Now you can defend Phil all you want. After all, Phil s a Republican. You can't seem to even admit a Republican was President hen this recession happened.

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Doez Duh A Vey think apes were racists too? Does Duh A vey wunner what dem silverback apes thunk about them all black or brown furred (or whatever the heck ape skin are called)..ifn they looked at each utter an though wow..dat ape got different fur den me.
Get back in the tin foil hat containment corner, brainless worm.
WAXMAN troll, for sure!!!

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Eman wrote:
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Um...didja see the quotation marks, putz? it's an AP story, so take up the "lies" with them. LOL
And like a typical loony left winger, you missed the point entirely. Here it is again
"hundreds of people facing deportation had been released from immigration jails due to looming budget cuts"...budget cuts that have not and may never happen.
I knew you'd defend your lies with the Quotation mark excuse.

You posted it.

I love this story.

It shows just how f*cking stupid you right whiners are.

Many local prisons are saving money by taking non violet offenders & putting them on day reporting or other actions in order to save money. They may have to report daily or weekly to a center and some wear monitoring devices.

Here we are saving money & off go the rabid right having a GD fit.

My God you people are stupid.

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Actually, i mocked realtime or accepting a biased source...he wasn't the one who actually posted it.
You can't post without profanity or insults and you think I'm the one who needs to grow up? You can't make this stuff up, folks.
I'd much rather read profanity from a honest person than read the lies posted by the likes of you.

“fairtax.org”

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How bout giving us some proof other than a blatant liberal web rag reporting on the liar and chiefs own interpretation of what happened.
Federal law requires that each chamber of Congress introduce and pass a budget resolution every single year. Lest we forget, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives fulfilled their legal responsibilities for the past three years. By contrast, Senate Democrats -- presumably because they’re afraid to submit a budget plan that addresses out-of-control entitlement spending -- have shirked this responsibility for 1400 straight days. Instead, they’ve been on the offensive for years, blaming “Republican obstructionists” for their running failure, even though Republicans cannot legally filibuster budget proposals. In short, Democrats could easily pass a budget if they wanted to (they only need 51 total votes), but decided long ago that demonizing the opposition makes for better politics.
You idiots on the left are something. Just like the pass that Geightner got when he cheated on his taxes, you all believe that it was the fault of Turbo Tax. HAHAHA
Maybe it's because budgets can't be vetoed.

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that wasn't the question, was it. Arn't you loony left wingers always cryin about separation of church and state?
BTW, your post would have made a better point if you said "teaching about religion"
I once was running for school board in a rural district when I stopped by a house. I introduced myself & said I was running for school board & asked for their support.

They must have been your relatives.

They went into this rant how the school was teaching demonology to their kids.

I eventually figured out they were talking about Greek Mythology.

Perhaps if more of you right whiners would be better education about Islam, you would be such a pack of bigots.

Learning about Islam is not the same as practicing Islam.

Something evidently you can't comprehend.

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Over four year now and you losers are still blaming Bush. You folks are truly sad.
Its been four years & you can't admit Bush created this recession.

"OMG OMG OMG Obama hasn't yet fixed all the problems we created. OMG OMG OMG"

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Doez Duh A Vey think apes were racists too? Does Duh A vey wunner what dem silverback apes thunk about them all black or brown furred (or whatever the heck ape skin are called)..ifn they looked at each utter an though wow..dat ape got different fur den me.
Get back in the tin foil hat containment corner, brainless worm.
I knew you would jump in to defend the use of racial slurs.

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Obama isn't the solution. He's the epitome of the whole damn problem. a tax and spend Socialist.
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Its been four years & you can't admit Bush created this recession.
"OMG OMG OMG Obama hasn't yet fixed all the problems we created. OMG OMG OMG"
The extremely left-wing Los Angeles Times explains in 1999 that the CRA was passed to force banks to make risky loans.

Under Clinton, bank regulators have breathed the first real life into enforcement of the Community Reinvestment Act, a 20-year-old statute meant to combat “redlining” by requiring banks to serve their low-income communities. The administration also has sent a clear message by stiffening enforcement of the fair housing and fair lending laws.



In 1992, Congress mandated that Fannie and Freddie increase their purchases of mortgages for low-income and medium-income borrowers. Operating under that requirement, Fannie Mae, in particular, has been aggressive and creative in stimulating minority gains… Fannie Mae has agreed to buy more loans with very low down payments–or with mortgage payments that represent an unusually high percentage of a buyer’s income. That’s made banks willing to lend to lower-income families they once might have rejected.

The extremely left-wing New York Times noted in 1999 that the GSEs gave out the risky loans under duress from Democrat Bill Clinton.

Fannie Mae, the nation’s biggest underwriter of home mortgages, has been under increasing pressure from the Clinton Administration to expand mortgage loans among low and moderate income people and felt pressure from stock holders to maintain its phenomenal growth in profits.

In addition, banks, thrift institutions and mortgage companies have been pressing Fannie Mae to help them make more loans to so-called subprime borrowers. These borrowers whose incomes, credit ratings and savings are not good enough to qualify for conventional loans, can only get loans from finance companies that charge much higher interest rates — anywhere from three to four percentage points higher than conventional loans.

According to the New York Times in 2003, George W. Bush tried to stop the Democrats from ruining the economy with these forced loans. He was blocked by Democrats like Barney Frank.

The Bush administration today recommended the most significant regulatory overhaul in the housing finance industry since the savings and loan crisis a decade ago.



”These two entities — Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac — are not facing any kind of financial crisis,” said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, the ranking Democrat on the Financial Services Committee.”The more people exaggerate these problems, the more pressure there is on these companies, the less we will see in terms of affordable housing.”
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how can any presidency be a failure when this happens
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Happy thought for the day:
The worst the Republicans can do for the next four years is get in the way.
No new unprovoked wars.
No new deregulation.
No new tax breaks for the wealthy.
No new abortion laws.
No new laws lifting the ban on hand grenades so they will feel safer.
How wonderful!

In the mean time, the Democrats can

- whittle away at our freedoms
- increase the debt so we end up like Greece with 25% unemployment
- ruin our health care
- destroy our military
- continue to cover up blunders like the terrorism in Benghazi
- don't stand by our our people overseas
- continue killing innocent civilians with drones
- continue getting into wars like Libya where the end result hurts our national interest
- increase the strength of Al Queda bu killing innocent civilians with drones
- continue to deceive the American people like Gibbs just admitted about being told not to admit the drone program
- lower the standard of living for all Americans
- foster hate & division in America
- try to receruit more moron commies like you

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I once was running for school board in a rural district when I stopped by a house. I introduced myself & said I was running for school board & asked for their support.
They must have been your relatives.
They went into this rant how the school was teaching demonology to their kids.
I eventually figured out they were talking about Greek Mythology.
Perhaps if more of you right whiners would be better education about Islam, you would be such a pack of bigots.
Learning about Islam is not the same as practicing Islam.
Something evidently you can't comprehend.
Yeah let them try to teach about Christianity and see what happens! Every libiard loon for a 1000 miles around would be screaming separation of church and state!!!
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RealDave wrote:
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I once was running for school board in a rural district when I stopped by a house. I introduced myself & said I was running for school board & asked for their support.
They must have been your relatives.
They went into this rant how the school was teaching demonology to their kids.
I eventually figured out they were talking about Greek Mythology.
Perhaps if more of you right whiners would be better education about Islam, you would be such a pack of bigots.
Learning about Islam is not the same as practicing Islam.
Something evidently you can't comprehend.
Flimsy defense for the orchestrated indoctrination being effected by the liberals in this country.

Liberals love to laud their education but when reading their posts it appears most have no more than the basic skills achieved from a GED. Unfortunately Dave you don't appear to even have this level of education must less be a candidate for the school board (oh wait .. in the liberal world you don't need an education you only need to profess one.)
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RealDave wrote:
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Its been four years & you can't admit Bush created this recession.
"OMG OMG OMG Obama hasn't yet fixed all the problems we created. OMG OMG OMG"
and Obama never will fix any problems, he's made them all worse while his media lapdogs are kept at arms length and never ask him the tough questions even when they are given the rare chance.

Obama's debt, dependency on government, and destruction of the military will mean the end of America as a world power. since this was his intention all along, he doesn't consider them to be problems. and Dems/libs and the blame America beliefs they were raised on since being called Sunshine and Moonbeam in the 60s...are all coming true. but hey, that's what America wanted and that's what we are getting. let him keep raising the taxes on the wealthy and spending that extra money in about 10 days. maybe Babs Streisand will have to sell one of her mansions and flee to Europe like Denice Rich and other wealthy libs have done.

Obama is the typical, liberal college professor:

'...We've seen in the past a certain love/hate relationship of Professor Obama with wealthy people - at first a Tony Rezko, but now refined and evolved much higher to those on Wall Street that the administration in schizophrenic fashion both damns and worships.

University administrators worship private money, and then among themselves scoff at the capitalism that created it. Campus elites, looking at a benefactor, are fascinated how someone - no brighter than they are - made so much money, even as they are repelled by a system that allows those other than themselves to have pulled it off. No wonder that Obama seems enchanted by a Warren Buffett, even as he trashes the very landscape that created Berkshire Hathaway's riches. No president has raised more money from Wall Street or has given it more protection from accountability - while at the same time demagoguing it as selfish and greedy...'

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/09/23/opi...

Hate is a strong word, I’d say more that Obama was raised in a certain mindset at a time when it was more popular to blame America and be unpatriotic. The other is his lack of real world and his having zero business experience.
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I swear, it never fails. Every time I get back on topix I forget all about my daily hygiene. So much time has passed and here I sit in dirty, filthy underwear, greasy hair and teeth not brushed for three days! Why I haven't even had a bath in eight days! Slurping down big gulps and eating cheese doodles ain't exactly healthy. But so what, right? Making up things to complain about on topix is so much more fun than keeping myself presentable. I gave up on that a looong time ago! My Naugahyde barco-lounger absorbs the rank stench anyway!! What the hey!! Hubby hasn't acknowledged me since I came back to topix, he wants me to seek help. Lol, don't think so!

I'm thinking of going back to my real name, Carol, or maybe even Lorac. Anyone have any thoughts?

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