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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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Phenomenal smackdown!!
Answer the question.
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Oddly enough, Progressive Ultra Left Wingnut Socialist Democrats crave this from their government. They cry out for it at the voting booth.
Dangerous stuff. History is replete with examples where this regressive human behavior led to horrible ends.
Those who fail to learn from history.....
This is the part that hit too close to home: Venezuelans prioritize "social rights" over civil liberties. They tend to be more attracted to Chavez's promises of redistribution of wealth than alarmed by his concentration of power.

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Floridas History Prof wrote:
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Prepare to get smacked, Fool
Executive Order 9066, signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 19, 1942, allowed authorized military commanders to designate "military areas" at their discretion, "from which any or all persons may be excluded."
NOW, where does this say Japanese-Americans are to be rounded up and placed in camps? Nowhere.
REMEMBER the earlier statement that our miitary is a powderkeg of fascism? That wonderful military you think is so honorable?
On March 2, 1942, General John L. DeWitt issued Public Proclamation No. 1, declaring that "such person or classes of persons as the situation may require" would, at some later point, be subject to exclusion orders from "Military Area No. 1" (essentially, the entire Pacific coast to about 100 miles (160.9 km) inland), and requiring anyone who had "enemy" ancestry to file a Change of Residence Notice if they planned to move. A second exclusion zone was designated several months later, which included the areas chosen by most of the Japanese Americans who had managed to leave the first zone.
So it was not Roosvelt, but General DeWitt who expanded use of executive order 9066 to a grotesque level.
Ho-Hum. Another nice, naive Liberal taking marching orders from the Socialist Media Network.

FDR worked like the Boy Messiah does right now: order things done and, if and when they blow up, blame it on someone else. Napolitano and the Boy Messiah are blaming some mysterious mistake down in Arizona leading to the release of many hundreds of Mexican Illegals from prison DAYS BEFORE THE SEQUESTER TOOK EFFECT.

The same with Fast & Furious. The Boy Messiah just shut down the whole investigation with an executive order. We may never know just how deep his dirty hands were in all that.

FDR signed two executive orders to round up the Japanese Americans(along with other nationalities): Executive Order 9066 and Executive Order 9102. The first was used to declare "military zones" that encompassed those Japanese Americans and the second was to create a civilian police force to run the concentration camps containing those Japanese Americans removed from within those so-called military zones. Pretty slick, eh?

The American press worked right along with FDR to do these things and mentioned the Japanese American group by name specifically.

Wiki - Japanese American internment: http://tinyurl.com/amlk5dc

"The Roberts Commission Report, prepared at President Franklin D. Roosevelt's request, has been cited as an example of the fear and prejudice informing the thinking behind the internment program.[23] The Report sought to link Japanese Americans with espionage activity, and to associate them with the bombing of Pearl Harbor.[23] Columnist Henry McLemore reflected growing public sentiment fueled by this report:

"I am for the immediate removal of every Japanese on the West Coast to a point deep in the interior. I don't mean a nice part of the interior either. Herd 'em up, pack 'em off and give 'em the inside room in the badlands... Personally, I hate the Japanese. And that goes for all of them."[32]"

So FDR, like the Boy Messiah, hid behind everyone below him to promote his brand of selective racism using Executive Orders. Generals, Cabinet Officials, Press Media and Civilian Boards...all to promote his agenda. Sounds very familiar today, doesn't it?
Ronald Reagan later apologized to Japanese Americans for what FDR did.

You are a fool 1.) For believing what your propaganda sources feed you and 2.) for thinking that any rational person will believe your crock of happy horseshit.

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The teach put the TEACH to YOU, big time.
There's nothing left but a smoking hole in the ground.
...u-m-m-m...come on back when you can gather your squirrels together inside of one cage, OK?

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lily waxman raton fl wrote:
<quoted text> Looks like you'll have to exercise some restraint on the way back from Happy Hour.
...yeah...like wrapping the seat belt around her neck three times and then smacking into a freeway overpass abutment at 85 MPH.
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You could also sequester my huge hairy gonad scroteeballs furry beans chuff sacks full of nutty juice hose slime.

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<quoted text>Are you trying to turn me on? Penitent men are so hard to find!
http://petearmetta.files.wordpress.com/2012/1...
:D
Is self-flagellation different from beating one's self?

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Shining Electron...
Well, I see you're a graduate of the Michell Bachman School of Advanced Historical Studies.
You know... the one that proclaims "the shot heard round the world" was fired in New Hampshire.
heh heh heh
The only "the shot heard round the world" anywhere near my lifetime was in Dallas in 1963.

Who is Michelle Bachman?

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You could also sequester my huge hairy gonad scroteeballs furry beans chuff sacks full of nutty juice hose slime.
Nice, Rabbi. Real nice.

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<quoted text>A wiseman once said"to talk about ones self is great exercise, to talk about ones self & not know it is pure ignorance." You know nothing of exercise mentally or physically, so your"supposed to be wise crack"only magnifies your ignorance! The fact still remains President Obama took this country from the shythole, back to bringing respectable & you & your liken refuse to admit it which makes you the living definition of ignorance!
You have a lot in common with many Hollywood script writers: fiction, fluff and fragrance(you stink).

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SHINNINGELECTRON-WELL THAT PLAYGROUND HUMOR IS USUALLY WHAT I GET FOR A REPLY WHEN I'M SAYING SOMETHING ON POINT-THEY DO GET ANGRY WHEN THEY CAN'T DUMP THEIR MESS ON SOMEONE ELSE THO-
SADDEST PART ABOUT THE LIBS IS THAT THEY HOLD ON TO THEIR IDEOLOGIES AS BELIEFS BUT IN REALITY DON'T WANT TO ACTUALLY LIVE IN THEM

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GEEZ WHAT KINDA RABBI IS THAT?
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FDR signed two executive orders to round up the Japanese Americans(along with other nationalities): Executive Order 9066 and Executive Order 9102. The first was used to declare "military zones" that encompassed those Japanese Americans and the second was to create a civilian police force to run the concentration camps containing those Japanese Americans removed from within those so-called military zones. Pretty slick, eh?
The American press worked right along with FDR to do these things and mentioned the Japanese American group by name specifically.
Wiki - Japanese American internment: http://tinyurl.com/amlk5dc
"The Roberts Commission Report, prepared at President Franklin D. Roosevelt's request, has been cited as an example of the fear and prejudice informing the thinking behind the internment program
Back for more punishment I see.

Your original contention was Roosevelt was responsible for the internment of Japanese-Americans.

There is NOTHING, I repeat, NOTHING in executive orders 9066 and 9102 calling for such a measure.

Hence your argument falls apart.

The real foundation for relocation to internment camps is General DeWitt's order of May 3, 1942. DeWitt defined the size of the zones, not FDR.

You were obviously aware you had no case, so you did what all conservatives do when cornered. You try to BS the reader with a blizzard of irrelevant facts, desperately hoping they'll be impressed.

The Roberts Report was untruthful, but it was not written by FDR.

I won't even bother with the press. Neither they or the Roberts Report provides any support for your contention that FDR gave orders calling for the incarceration of Japanese-Americans.

Do not pass GO. Do not collect $200. You are busted.
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The only "the shot heard round the world" anywhere near my lifetime was in Dallas in 1963.
Who is Michelle Bachman?
Nooooo.

The shot heard round the world was fired by Americans at the Battle of Lexington in 1775. It marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War. Don't you know the history of your country?

In a speech, Michele Bachmann said it was fired in New Hampshire. Bachmann is a U.S. Representative from Minnesota.

Any more historical issues you'd like to debate?
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Bush Depression cured ...
The Dow closed at an all-time high Tuesday, beating the previous record it set in October 2007, before the financial crisis and Great Recession.
The Dow Jones industrial average closed at 14,253.77, up 125.95 points, or 0.89 percent. The index jumped from the opening bell, climbed as much as 158 points early and peaked at 14,286.
Twenty seven stocks in the 30-member Dow advanced, with industrial companies leading the gains.
sounds like BAD NEWS FOR REPUBLICANS who were hoping for another recession and retake the white house in 2016.

GOOD JOB BARACK!
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If loose lips sink ships, lily could take on the 7th Fleet!
And yours could take in an entire solar system.
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Rabbi Mi Lamar wrote:
You could also sequester my huge hairy gonad scroteeballs furry beans chuff sacks full of nutty juice hose slime.
How sad that you are so desperate that you would have to say something like this for attention....Grow up loser! Everyone else take care and have a great evening ;)

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Back for more punishment I see.
Your original contention was Roosevelt was responsible for the internment of Japanese-Americans.
There is NOTHING, I repeat, NOTHING in executive orders 9066 and 9102 calling for such a measure.
Hence your argument falls apart.
The real foundation for relocation to internment camps is General DeWitt's order of May 3, 1942. DeWitt defined the size of the zones, not FDR.
You were obviously aware you had no case, so you did what all conservatives do when cornered. You try to BS the reader with a blizzard of irrelevant facts, desperately hoping they'll be impressed.
The Roberts Report was untruthful, but it was not written by FDR.
I won't even bother with the press. Neither they or the Roberts Report provides any support for your contention that FDR gave orders calling for the incarceration of Japanese-Americans.
Do not pass GO. Do not collect $200. You are busted.
I have dealt with pubescent victims like you before. It takes oodles of patience of which I am well equipped. I am a fully armed and qualified adult.

I already explained FDR's "Boy Messiah" technique and you avoid it like the plague.

Now. Do you REALLY believe that FDR just blindly sat back, issued Executive Orders encompassing Japanese American populations and then let his generals incarcerate innocent Japanese Americans into internment camps and then coyly avoided the actions of his newly created Civilian Police Forces who only rounded up Japanese Americans?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Do you know where babies come from?
Hint: it ain't English Chimneys, Boy!

Reboot Time!

Maybe when you turn 18, the bag will be lifted from yo' head, Doody!

You couldn't flim-flam a dead man, kid.
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Well maybe that's why hiv/aids is not near the problem as it is among Democratic voters......
you wish your freon makes you invulnerable to disease, nice try moron, you only invite karma for a visit.

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Floridas History Prof wrote:
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Nooooo.
The shot heard round the world was fired by Americans at the Battle of Lexington in 1775. It marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War. Don't you know the history of your country?
In a speech, Michele Bachmann said it was fired in New Hampshire. Bachmann is a U.S. Representative from Minnesota.
Any more historical issues you'd like to debate?
Your comprehension skills are nonexistent, pretty boy.

I qualified my statement with "...anywhere near my lifetime..." and you jumped all over it.

Gotcha, idiot!:>

And then, to avoid more stupidity from the pubescent rug rat poster, I wrote "Who is Michelle Bachman?" hoping they'd just give up their smarmy little DayCare game.

I play you like a cat using my laser flashlight on the walls. One of these times, I'm going to run you right up into the Dishwasher and shut the door, Mr. Wizard. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

You really are cute, ya know:>

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