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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John Galt wrote:
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American golfers, particularly white golfers, love Tiger as much as they hate Obama.
They respect ability, hard work, and talent as much as they despise blaming others for their failures.
Unlike Obama, Tiger is a man who never blames others when he fails and never makes excuses for poor results.
does that mean he didn't blame anyone for all those white women he slept with/ what a crock, the man is morally bankrupt. no doubt it was his golf time with obama that raised his stature once again...not his dedication to hard practice, ability and talent. get it right you clown.
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<quoted text>I'm self employed, as a licensed massage therapist, thanks. But that's because I have more gumption (not to mention self-respect) than the average bible-thumpin', lotsa-kids-pumpin', snake-handlin', food-stamp sellin', meth cook.
(You do know that Oklahoma has the highest percentage of those in the nation, right? It's no wonder we have Fallin as Governor...)
"Massage therapists" are generally a cover for prostitution.
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Obama regulations make it impossible to make most such products in the US.
thats a faulty assumption on your part. a majority of those regulations were in place long before obama became president. place your blame on congress who always fail to make things easier for companies. what more could they ask for....they don't pay taxes anyway.
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carol wrote:
That poor man who got sucked into that sink hole while sleeping in his bed is still there.
I feel sorry for the family. Don't know when or how they will be able to recover his body.
Why should anybody risk their life to rescue a corpse?
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Americans died
the liar Obama lied
only 4 died in their clandestine noseyness.
bush ordered thousands to death when he placed them in harms way with those 2 fake azz wars. slap your damn face you idiot.
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WASHINGTON — If President Barack Obama had piled up political capital with his impressive re-election, it’s largely gone.

His approval rating has dropped to the lowest level in more than a year, with more voters now turning thumbs down on his performance than thumbs up, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll. The measure of how much people like him also has dropped.

He’s still vastly more popular than Congress, particularly congressional Republicans. But in the biggest political clash of the year – over the federal budget and how to curb deficits – voters split 44 percent to 42 percent between preferring Congress or Obama.

At least some of the president’s fall to Earth lies in the fact that voters no longer see him in the context of an election. He has to stand alone in the eyes of voters again and doesn’t benefit from the comparison with Republican rival Mitt Romney.

“You remove the electoral context and post-election celebration, and some of the numbers are returning to the dissatisfaction people had,” said Lee Miringoff, the director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion at Marist College in New York, which conducted the poll.

“Any glow from his re-election is starting to fade,” he said.

The national survey, conducted four months after Obama was re-elected with 51 percent of the popular vote, found 45 percent of voters approving of the way he’s handling his job and 48 percent disapproving.
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<quoted text> Feel the pain for the nation; we have the incompetent Obama for another 4 years of failure.
failure? hes kept your old azz living beyond your appointed time. another 4yrs. won't hurt....we SURVIVED the 8yrs. of bush.
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Time to go after Moochelle, the food Nazi who is starving school children.
thats really sad....but its to expected from a victiKKKracka.
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sitting on the throne? where is it located and when did they move one into the WH. since you said a throne, then you need to bow down bytch.
Using the word "throne" isn't that big a deal considering a lot of liberals think he's the Second Coming.

At least I was referring to an earthly throne.
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"Massage therapists" are generally a cover for prostitution.
you would know all too well......your credit cards are maxed out every month.
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Why should anybody risk their life to rescue a corpse?
Did I suggest or imply they should?
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Why should anybody risk their life to rescue a corpse?
i said the very same thing about those teaPublicans.
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those compaines that hurt part-time and full-time employess will greatly suffer the consequences. how bout seeing "going out of business" signs.
Virtually all the profit gains for most large corporations in the last few years have come from cutting overhead rather than by growing the business.

Nobody cares what you think.
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resemblance? who the hell are you to say such a thing? you victiKKKrackas are something to contend with. but its oinky ok....in 25yrs there will be no more of you ppl. like talking about it. whites will be the minority.
Mind your manners or you will get kicked off the plantation.
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Didn't mean to sound so sarcastic, Lily.

But, yes, I'm going to live my life and keep looking for the silver linings.
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WASHINGTON — If President Barack Obama had piled up political capital with his impressive re-election, it’s largely gone.
His approval rating has dropped to the lowest level in more than a year, with more voters now turning thumbs down on his performance than thumbs up, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll. The measure of how much people like him also has dropped.
He’s still vastly more popular than Congress, particularly congressional Republicans. But in the biggest political clash of the year – over the federal budget and how to curb deficits – voters split 44 percent to 42 percent between preferring Congress or Obama.
At least some of the president’s fall to Earth lies in the fact that voters no longer see him in the context of an election. He has to stand alone in the eyes of voters again and doesn’t benefit from the comparison with Republican rival Mitt Romney.
“You remove the electoral context and post-election celebration, and some of the numbers are returning to the dissatisfaction people had,” said Lee Miringoff, the director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion at Marist College in New York, which conducted the poll.
“Any glow from his re-election is starting to fade,” he said.
The national survey, conducted four months after Obama was re-elected with 51 percent of the popular vote, found 45 percent of voters approving of the way he’s handling his job and 48 percent disapproving.
the onery noise from the fright-wing party and FOX makes for a troubling mixture against the president. who can overcome such daily whacking.
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does that mean he didn't blame anyone for all those white women he slept with/ what a crock, the man is morally bankrupt. no doubt it was his golf time with obama that raised his stature once again...not his dedication to hard practice, ability and talent. get it right you clown.
We don't give a rat's ass about Tiger's personal life...and Tiger is far more popular than the boy in the White House.
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Using the word "throne" isn't that big a deal considering a lot of liberals think he's the Second Coming.
At least I was referring to an earthly throne.
there is no earthly throne for him to sit on. its being the POTUS and thats all. you ppl. need to stop the foolery.
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sounds good to me, the boy is in so far over his head:
WASHINGTON (AP)— Top Senate Democrats and Republicans Monday night released a catchall government funding bill that denies President Barack Obama new money for implementing signature first-term accomplishments like new regulations on Wall Street and his expansion of government health care subsidies but provides modest additional funding for domestic priorities like health research and highway projects.
the victiKKKrackas are planning a dangerous game of checkers. they will further fck this country up.
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Virtually all the profit gains for most large corporations in the last few years have come from cutting overhead rather than by growing the business.
Nobody cares what you think.
i've already suspected you as a nobody.
GET THE HELL OFF THIS PLANET!!!!!!!!!!

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