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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Fox News Catches Obama Nominee Tom Perez in Vast Time-Traveling Conspiracy

Fox News's Megyn Kelly spent more time on the 2008 New Black Panther "voter intimidation" story than any other TV journalist. As Media Matters records here, Kelly was first out of the gate tying probable Labor Secretary nominee, current head of DOJ's Civil Rights Division Tom Perez to the story.(I enjoy the meta use of chyrons here. He's "coming under fire," says the news alert -- but from who, besides Fox?)

It's not a surprise that Kelly got to this angle first. It's a surprise that she bobbled it. According to Kelly, Perez's "fingerprints are all over some rather significant controversies, including questions about whether he may have lied about his role in the New Black Panther Party intimidation case." That case grew out of a brief incident on Election Day 2008, when two members of the racist fringe group appeared at a mostly-black Philadelphia polling place, stood around for a while, and left after Republican poll watchers shamed them on video. The Obama administration was handed the case by the Bush administration—which had downgraded it from a criminal case to a civil case. DOJ won it easily, and then—cue scandal—dropped the charges.

Here's the problem. The DOJ dropped those charges in May 2009. Perez wasn't confirmed until October 2009. The reason, of course, was that Republicans delayed the vote as they bargained for more answers on the New Black Panther story. But even had Perez been confirmed right after his hearings, in June, he would have arrived after the decision was made to drop the case.

http://www.slate.com/blogs/weigel/2013/03/11/...
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Gunner ... Wherever you may be.

Have A Look See:

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/somerset-ky/T...

A "variation" of your Registered Screen Name with NO ISP.

Nice Judgeits!

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carol wrote:
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You must have missed the part about factories and plants using robots and computers when assembly lines once employed a lot of non-college candidates who made rather decent money.
Those jobs are either gone or few and far between.
Skills training and technical schools are highly overlooked but my point was high schoolers often go to college because the only alternative is McDonalds.
So, yes, they do end up flipping burgers with college credits.
Academia is a 'bidniss' just like any other other money-making entity in this country. Academia is also engaged in image-making like most other businesses. It is also busy with lobbying Washington and State capitols like most other businesses do.

That's why they try so hard to fill racial quotas that - legally, anyways - don't exist because that's a great big spigot of government money turned on for them. Washington also guarantees Student Loans. Book Publishers have virtual monopolies on their markets and textbook prices - with kickbacks to Academia.

And the myth that the only way out of poverty is to get a college degree is endlessly promoted by the seller of that product - Academia. The image of the pursuit of a college degree has been raised and promoted to a level of religious intensity - by Academia and its Progressive staffing.

When was the last time you heard of colleges competing with each other based on value(Ratio of [Quality/Price]= Value)?

They simply don't.

Academia is mostly one big happy family because of so much government involvement on their side.
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UH-HUH ... Why of course:

The Red Set: Spam, Racy, Disagree ...

Baseball Anyone?

HaHahaa ...
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Gunner ... Wherever you may be.
Have A Look See:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/somerset-ky/T...
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Nice Judgeits!
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The Game of Life
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Decisions, Decisions ...

Is it time to target and Pitch It Straight Down The Strike Zone ...

OR ...
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Is it time to launder socks ??

With the exemption of a few.

OR ...
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While I Decide ~ Enjoy:

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A Play-House Party Perhaps ~ Of My Making!

All Welcome ~ YOU know I despise clicks:



Room By Room ... Sock By Sock ?! ;)

AHaHaaaHaaa ...!
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It’s been labeled the worst environmental disaster in world history, and rightfully so, because the British Petroleum (BP) oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is like the nightmarish gift that keeps on giving. BP and the United States government would have the public believe that all is well in the Gulf. Nothing could be further from the truth. The crisis is not only ongoing, its effects are worsening...

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/03/the-ongoi...

AND now We know why:

TRUE EVIL

The article at the first link below will detail the following:

1. The globalists through their government minions are in the process of destroying massive bodies of water including, but not limited to Chesapeake Bay, the Great Lakes, the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico. The destruction is not because of neglect, it is willful destruction with very ulterior motives in mind.

2. The globalists are using nitrates from fertilizer and Corexit to accomplish their desire to create a dead zone in the aforementioned bodies of water.

3. The globalists are creating water dead zones which will allow the proliferation of algae growth and the oil companies have initially led the charge to convert our energy usage from oil to algae.

4. Prominent globalists are involved in this conspiracy and have contributed massive resources to this endeavor.

5. Prominent globalists are attempting to buy up as much water as possible to exacerbate the destruction of water resources in the aforementioned areas. In other words, Americans are looking at extreme water scarcity from which the globalists can wage wars and force submission to their will, while at the same time carry out their stated depopulation agenda.

6. My instincts tell me that this conspiracy has more breadth and depth than what is revealed here and it is my sincere hope that my fellow researchers will afford some much needed attention to these issues, because I strongly believe there is more to learn and we do not have much time because humanity’s fate hangs in the balance.

From Parts Five and Six of this series, it was conclusively proven that BP, Goldman Sachs, Transocean and Halliburton prepositioned (e.g. BP stock dumping) themselves to make money from the destruction of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. However, there is a lot more going on in the Gulf than a handful of corporations each making hundreds of millions of dollars from their contrived role in the oil spill. The motive to destroy the Gulf holds the promise of making certain entities and individuals multi-trillions of dollars.

The UN-Constitutional thus UN-Lawful Obama administration and many others (individual billionaires, select politicians, BP, Exxon, Nalco, GM, GE, Goldman Sachs, University of Chicago, and many others including the Department of Defense) are all deeply invested in bio-fuels. These billionaire psychopaths will willingly sacrifice the Gulf and all of its residents for this multi Trillion Dollar industry representing a new era of energy applications.

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/03/the-mothe...

http://www.libertyroundtable.com/2011/02/04/e...

Liberal Motto: Where You Can't Legislate, Regulate!
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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Academia is a 'bidniss' just like any other other money-making entity in this country. Academia is also engaged in image-making like most other businesses. It is also busy with lobbying Washington and State capitols like most other businesses do.
That's why they try so hard to fill racial quotas that - legally, anyways - don't exist because that's a great big spigot of government money turned on for them. Washington also guarantees Student Loans. Book Publishers have virtual monopolies on their markets and textbook prices - with kickbacks to Academia.
And the myth that the only way out of poverty is to get a college degree is endlessly promoted by the seller of that product - Academia. The image of the pursuit of a college degree has been raised and promoted to a level of religious intensity - by Academia and its Progressive staffing.
When was the last time you heard of colleges competing with each other based on value(Ratio of [Quality/Price]= Value)?
They simply don't.
Academia is mostly one big happy family because of so much government involvement on their side.
A lot of people end up making a lot more money than entry level college graduates and even after experience in careers requiring a degree just by working their way up the ladder.

Until Obama figures out capitalism is better than any of the alternatives, he's going to lead from his ivory tower which led him to where he is today. Student loans will become the next housing market crisis. Or so they say.
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Yep!

Everything I learned about Life was either from The Game Of Baseball ~ Thinking Man's Game ~ Or from My Cats!:)

Played SS ~ But was a helluva relief Pitcher down The Stretch!

PS And they both cost me less than all of my College Degrees!:)
flack wrote:
The Game of Life
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Liberals don't hold a patent on hypocrisy but they sure as Hell do get a lot of mileage out of the royalties they pay.
Guess I should just be happy another liberal is snapping out of it.

But the hypocrisy was too much at the time.
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Hey carol, I looked up Cyprus on the internet and it turns out we were both wrong. Yeah, it's in the Meditterranean. Remember I told you that's where Sicily was?

Turns out it one of those tax shelters where capitalists, Russians this time, hide their money from homeland taxes and the banks that hold the money, well that's the only industry they got over there, Cyprus is just a shelter for those eight "banks" so when the government had to pay its bills they kinda had to raise the money from the banks. I guess they can't complain too much, huh?

I mean it's like Sicily in that it's run by the families but in this case the families are all bankers. Ha ha it just occurred to me what they mean by family values.

I wouldn't worry if I was you, honey, it looks to me like they're just going after the real crooks so your $3,200 ought to be safe there. But I'm only guessing?
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"Posters are leaving this thread because they are fed up with your pubescent nonsense.

YOU have ruined every thread you post on."

Oh is that so? I suspect a few of them might have had a few chuckles as a result of my nonsense. I certainly hope so.

But you're right about the second part. It's not because I'm being mean or anything though, it's because of you, honey, and carol, and the knot of like-minded dough-brains like you. You didn't leave me any room; any choice. What'd you think the smart people were going to do when you dragged Jesus AND Adam Smith out of the cupboard so you could put on your foam-at-the-mouth Punch and Judy Show for the retards? You're only getting your just desserts now, sweetie, so enjoy!
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so where could i find more than 1 minute and 13 seconds of that video?
every right wing site on the net seems to have made a mistake and only supplied us with that short piece.
I saw the same clip everyone else is seeing.

But you could try you tube.
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new yawk wrote:
Hey carol, I looked up Cyprus on the internet and it turns out we were both wrong. Yeah, it's in the Meditterranean. Remember I told you that's where Sicily was?
Turns out it one of those tax shelters where capitalists, Russians this time, hide their money from homeland taxes and the banks that hold the money, well that's the only industry they got over there, Cyprus is just a shelter for those eight "banks" so when the government had to pay its bills they kinda had to raise the money from the banks. I guess they can't complain too much, huh?
I mean it's like Sicily in that it's run by the families but in this case the families are all bankers. Ha ha it just occurred to me what they mean by family values.
I wouldn't worry if I was you, honey, it looks to me like they're just going after the real crooks so your $3,200 ought to be safe there. But I'm only guessing?
Government confiscation of private property is government confiscation of private property.

When the US government confiscates your retirement account to "protect" it, the game will already be over.
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Eastern Mediterranean Sea: East of Greece, South of Turkey, West of Syria ... To be more specific.

La Familia! It's all about The Family where Sicilians are concerned.

And you are fascinated with all things Italian ~ Sicilian.

Must suck to be a mixed mutt from Alabama.

But, that's all you're ever going to be. And Poor ...

Wanting to be Someone else.
FAKE new yawk wrote:
Hey carol, I looked up Cyprus on the internet and it turns out we were both wrong. Yeah, it's in the Meditterranean. Remember I told you that's where Sicily was?
Turns out it one of those tax shelters where capitalists, Russians this time, hide their money from homeland taxes and the banks that hold the money, well that's the only industry they got over there, Cyprus is just a shelter for those eight "banks" so when the government had to pay its bills they kinda had to raise the money from the banks. I guess they can't complain too much, huh?
I mean it's like Sicily in that it's run by the families but in this case the families are all bankers. Ha ha it just occurred to me what they mean by family values.
I wouldn't worry if I was you, honey, it looks to me like they're just going after the real crooks so your $3,200 ought to be safe there. But I'm only guessing?

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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carol wrote:
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A lot of people end up making a lot more money than entry level college graduates and even after experience in careers requiring a degree just by working their way up the ladder.
Until Obama figures out capitalism is better than any of the alternatives, he's going to lead from his ivory tower which led him to where he is today. Student loans will become the next housing market crisis. Or so they say.
Doesn't government involvement/intervention in markets always lead to unwelcome outcomes like bubbles and distortions?

From Bunny Fwanks to the Dept. of Education to the Dept. of Agriculture, Socialism fails.

The unseen hand of Adam Smith is now an appendage consisting of all thumbs that every politician wants to claim belongs to them.

The Boy Messiah sits on the thumb for pleasure.
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Yeah, it IS so. It's because you act like an arse.

Use your own name. Stop coveting mine and carol's.

You Fool!

You're right. You have no choice but to be a fool and an a$$.

I've "watched" you on all of the threads you go.
You're having a difficult time with Screen Names because you've been mocked, scorned, despised, chased out, rebuked and reviled.
And reported. What, is DEBIL red flagged?

Typical Liberal ~ Blaming Others for your bad behavior.

And here's your insanity talking:

"What'd you think the smart people were going to do when you dragged Jesus AND Adam Smith out of the cupboard so you could put on your foam-at-the-mouth Punch and Judy Show for the retards? You're only getting your just desserts now, sweetie, so enjoy!"

PS I can't speak for the discernment, or lack of, by others.
new yawk wrote:
"Posters are leaving this thread because they are fed up with your pubescent nonsense.
YOU have ruined every thread you post on."
Oh is that so? I suspect a few of them might have had a few chuckles as a result of my nonsense. I certainly hope so.
But you're right about the second part. It's not because I'm being mean or anything though, it's because of you, honey, and carol, and the knot of like-minded dough-brains like you. You didn't leave me any room; any choice. What'd you think the smart people were going to do when you dragged Jesus AND Adam Smith out of the cupboard so you could put on your foam-at-the-mouth Punch and Judy Show for the retards? You're only getting your just desserts now, sweetie, so enjoy!

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