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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fear sure does make folks say crazy things.
Fear? What you talkin''bout Willis?
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Asking for zip codes tells a store what people from a certain area are buying. great information for targeted advertising. no store has ever asked me for my phone number, and I've spent a lot of time in Lowes, home Depot and OSH the last few months.
It's a large country Eman and the states all have different laws regarding privacy and such.

In Florida, Lowes will ask for your phone number if you're not paying with a credit or Lowes preferred card explaining that it's for the purpose of returns. The cashier won't argue if you refuse however and will process your transaction.
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Facebook User Account Frozen After Posting Chemtrail Photo

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Survivalist Faces Charges for Teaching in Self-Built School

Eustace Conway has lived in the wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains for 30 years, detached from modern society. Now, he wants to teach others his survival skills – but the state of North Carolina has slammed him with a series of violations...

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UPDATE: Germany Warns That Banks in Cyprus May Never Reopen

Germany's finance minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble said major Cypriot banks were "insolvent if there are no emergency funds,” according to a BBC report, meaning savers might lose all their money if no deal was reached...

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It means that one can take the shoeshine boy out of Moreno Valley, but he will still be a draft-dodging shine.
Sure seems so.

to-ken: Something serving as an indication, proof, or expression of something else.

It would seem democrats have the monopoly on tokens then. If dependent minorities are used as tools for votes...serving as an indication of something else.
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Anyways, I was so wet I thought I was bleeding down there and pretty soon dad had his whole hand up inside my little love muscle and was rocking it back and forth and I remember Uncle Bill came up by the head of the bed, took me by the hair and stuffed the big purple head of what I now know was his reproductive organ in my mouth and screamed when I bit down hard, I have always been an independent minded woman.
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So what?
It'd be nice if a few democrats actually broke away from the herd and thought for themselves once in a while.
There's nothing wrong with being critical and trying to find the best solutions within one's own party.
Liberals haven't got that one down yet. It's been observed that when the first talking points come out on the liberal websites and news outlets, liberals simply repeat the same phrases and key words for the rest of the day.
Give me a party who can disagree on finding the best solutions in wanting to do what's best for the country any day.
hypocrite FOXbot.

be very careful the next time you decide you need to hurry to your keyboard so you can hammer out the latest and greatest O'Reilly talking point.

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The Medicare proposals in the 2014 budget resolution developed by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) are essentially the same as those in last year’s Ryan budget. Once again, Chairman Ryan proposes to replace Medicare’s guarantee of health coverage with a premium-support voucher and raise the age of eligibility for Medicare from 65 to 67. Together, these changes would shift substantial costs to Medicare beneficiaries and (with the simultaneous repeal of health reform) leave many 65- and 66-year-olds without any health coverage.
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You are being factually incorrect again! Why do you libtards always leave out the part that says anyone over 54 is not affected by the changes? I just had this same argument with another libtard on another thread. Factually incorrect? I should call it factually dishonest.

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<quoted text>It's a large country Eman and the states all have different laws regarding privacy and such.
In Florida, Lowes will ask for your phone number if you're not paying with a credit or Lowes preferred card explaining that it's for the purpose of returns. The cashier won't argue if you refuse however and will process your transaction.
Funny considering this is what you said (and I replied to)

"Lowes asks for a phone number as part of their return policy"
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<quoted text> Fear? What you talkin''bout Willis?
thugs?

thuggery common in your neck of the woods? the only time i consider getting a carry permit is when i see a confederate flag in the back window of redneck limousine.
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I finally fainted when Dad and Uncle Bill got in my bed and kneeled facing each other. They picked me up and spread my little legs then dropped me down on top of their pulsing purple organs. I don't need to tell you where they put them!

Monday morning was a mess! I had to go to school walking bowlegged with half my hair cemented to my head. I was so ashamed. I'm ashamed now! It's a relief to finally have all that off my chest AND out of my hair.

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And now that Galt proves himself actually dumber than Fox in thinking the sequester cuts were all to be made within the first couple of weeks.
"real dumb"
Get your head out of yourass. There were no cuts, more money will be spent this year than last no matter what. More money will be spent next year and the year after and the year after and ------
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<quoted text> You are being factually incorrect again! Why do you libtards always leave out the part that says anyone over 54 is not affected by the changes? I just had this same argument with another libtard on another thread. Factually incorrect? I should call it factually dishonest.
You're too nice, flack. They lie.
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Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed landmark new gun laws on Wednesday expanding background checks on gun purchases and limiting the size of ammunition magazines, placing the traditionally firearm-friendly state among the handful to pass new restrictions in the wake of the shooting in Newtown, Conn.
http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/03/20/17...
Let's see how that plays out in the 2014 elections, where it is likely to be the major issue.
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Without big banks, socialism would be impossible.– Vladimir Lenin

And so naturally, the illegitimate Obama administration plans to give all US spy agencies full access to a large database containing the financial data on US citizens and those who bank in the country, according to a Treasury Department document dated March 4th....

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/03/why-banki...
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I was in Chico last year and was not allowed into a bar because i did not have ID. The bouncer told me local law required all bar patrons to carry a valid form of ID while inside. They were checking everyone, some for possession and others for age. we were able to find a bar that didn't care that i didn't have ID with me.
No problem.

You can still vote, early and often.
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Asking for zip codes tells a store what people from a certain area are buying. great information for targeted advertising. no store has ever asked me for my phone number, and I've spent a lot of time in Lowes, home Depot and OSH the last few months.
Galt simply tells the clerk that they have no need for that information.
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<quoted text> You are being factually incorrect again! Why do you libtards always leave out the part that says anyone over 54 is not affected by the changes? I just had this same argument with another libtard on another thread. Factually incorrect? I should call it factually dishonest.
so where would that be in the report? please.
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Without big banks, socialism would be impossible.– Vladimir Lenin
And so naturally, the illegitimate Obama administration plans to give all US spy agencies full access to a large database containing the financial data on US citizens and those who bank in the country, according to a Treasury Department document dated March 4th....
http://www.activistpost.com/2013/03/why-banki...
you don't have to worry....you ain't got shyt anyway. broke azz MurdaFudder.
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<quoted text>McDonalds can't operate when the register is down you stupid fk. Nor can your bank or most any other modern store. The Mom and Pops can__out of a cash box__but they can't take debit or credit cards.
To the contrary, they probably can operate, but would choose not to.

At any rate, heap big trouble in the event of massive cyber attack and/or power failure.

Better learn quick.
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<quoted text> Ever see them try to give change when the register is down? They can't count. Nor add or subtract. Forget about multiply and divide. Take the calculator away and most are a bunch of idiots.
(CNN)- Cyber crime is now the biggest threat to the U.S., according to the nation's chief intelligence officer.

For the first time, the president's National Security Advisor said cyber attacks are now the no. 1 U.S. issue with the Chinese government.

...Try and imagine what would happen if major grids were shut down.

McDonald's employees giving back the correct change would be the least of our problems.

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