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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The dialogue here this morning leaves something to be desired.

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Wow. And here I thought you were slightly smarter than the NJ guy.
You're not.
Hate crimes laws = special rights? Really? There's something wrong with you.
The whole premise behind hate crime laws is to protect specific groups, thus affording them 'protections' unavailable to the general public.
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We can use Obama’s own Benchmarks to show he’s Failed!! Obama saying his administration would create 500,000 jobs a Month Unemployment would be at 5.6! Well Unemployment at 7.6, Labor force at 63.3%, lowest since 1979...JOBS UP 88,000...90 million Americans out of Labor Force! Wow
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ME self-respecting baboon wouldn't read your illiterate sh!t, except to take a dump on it. Cram it, Unk! I'm picturing you beating off at your gubmint computer, like an agitated ape in an enclosure. Except that the ape has more dignity.
A pretty fkface HERMES is nothing if you have an ugly heart REALDAVE... The DNA of the democratic party is inbred with hate, ignorance, bigotry and racism.
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PETA claims to be the world's leading animal rights charity - but this shocking picture of garbage bags filled with dead cats has led to claims that the group is actually abusing animals rather than helping them.

The photograph shows the interior of a dumpster outside a North Carolina supermarket, which reportedly contains a pile of garbage bags each filled with the dead cats.

The picture is one of many photos that Nathan Winograd claims depict rampant animal abuse at the organization that took the felines in with the promise of finding them homes.
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Obama has just made an unholy alliance with aliens to take over the country. I picked up the messages with my tin foil hat.
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Shaddup fatty -- you're one in a zillion black illiterates, festering in little pockets of filth all over the country. You're much, much more offensive than white trash, because you're a traitor to your people -- who suffered outrageously so you could run your dumbfk mouth on some anonymous sh!t chat room. You're a fat, useless, f***ing coward who has no job. Where are you posting form, you dingy fat fraud? You "borrowing a computer at work?" Hahahahahahah! Your fat common law is on the dole, huh you poor excuse for an ape? You live off a woman, like every other so-called "man" of your class.
I see it all up and down these desolate roads, you big fat Nancy! Fat hillbillies (white ones!) living off low-life w*ores with 6 kids from different baby daddy sperm donors -- just like you! You like to delude yourself so you can feel superior to SOMEBODY -- ANYBODY. Because even the lowliest piece of white trash like MudHut thinks he's superior to you. So you got yourself a Hispanic jizzbucket and filled her up with a couple of retards so you wouldn't have to live in a box, out on the cold Newark streets. So now, it's those homos you feign superiority to! Yes, even somebody as intelligent as Tony is somebody a fat, illiterate piece of animated scum, is STILL somebody you can feel superior to, just because you enjoy poking fat Hispanic hole. Do you take your weight on your elbows, you lying fraud!
Hey, sh!tface, here's one for you: I'm a FEMALE. There's several on her that can testify to that. What, you don't think some of us communicate outside this sewer? Hahahahaha -- ain't that a b!tch! That's what happens when you're not only terminally stupid, but when you work "blind." You're scared sh!tless that soon, very soon, you'll have NOBODY to look down on anymore. That's when you and your stupid sons, and your toss pot wife will be EATEN. They're probably assembling recipes for what to do with your inert fat once they have some excuse, ANY excuse to gas "y'all," or just starve you out ...
Oh, and fkface -- you're deathly afraid of homosexuals because you know it lurks under all that posturing fat. I see you as the quintessential "woofing" bottom boy. You're gonna simply THRIVE in the slam (but I suspect you've already gone that route)!
Hahahahahahahaha AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
Giving the fact that I've mistaken you for a dudette just by some dumshit words you're typing, it's safe to assume what you look like. A Butch Biker Bytch! A cross between Rosanne Bar & Animal from the Road Warriors. What's the matter? Can't find a dildo big enuff to fit that abyss between your thighs. Your sexual anatomy gives creedence to the theory supporting black holes. I pray to the God you don't believe in that you can not reproduce! If so you can add that to the gay suicide rate! I would tell you to go f ck yourself, but that's like telling your mother to gain weight. It's a giving!
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I loved when Chris Wallace asked is Obama a Flake!! Here’s a You Tube video you decide!!
Obama Flake - YouTube
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TSM wrote:
We can use Obama’s own Benchmarks to show he’s Failed!! Obama saying his administration would create 500,000 jobs a Month Unemployment would be at 5.6! Well Unemployment at 7.6, Labor force at 63.3%, lowest since 1979...JOBS UP 88,000...90 million Americans out of Labor Force! Wow
The Bush Recession leveled off at 9.8% uneployment. Under Obama, it is down to about 8%.

DOW is up over 6,000 points.

You can't say Obama "made it worse". He has definitely contained the damage of the Chimp years.
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BANKERs KYRPToNITE Why Bitcoin scares banks and governmentsBitcoin offers an alternative to the conventional, state-sanctioned banking system. Maybe that's why powerful institutions are so wary of it
Among the many unpleasant discoveries made by those who stashed their cash in Cypriot banks is that the island's government could stop them moving their money elsewhere. Capital controls are supposed to be a thing of the past, a figment of the pre-globalised world. But it turns out that when banks are threatened, the gloves come off.

One of the side-effects of this rude awakening seems to have been a surge of interest in a virtual currency called Bitcoin. At any rate, the price of a single Bitcoin reached $147 at one point last week. And people are buying and selling this virtual stuff for what we laughingly call real money via more than 40 online exchanges such as Mt Gox, though when I last looked Mt Gox was temporarily offline as a result of a denial-of-service attack that might have been the work of any number of possible suspects: cyber vandals; hackers hoping to sow uncertainty in the market to bring prices down and make a killing; or, for all we know, even the US government, which takes a poor view of people minting their own currency, even if it is virtual.

The Bitcoin phenomenon is one of the most intriguing things to have happened in cyberspace since the invention of the peer-to-peer networking that undermined the music business and enabled developments such as Wikileaks. It's an invention of a mysterious – and, to date, unidentified – programmer who called himself Satoshi Nakamoto and claimed to be a 36-year-old Japanese male. He launched Bitcoin on 3 January 2009 and disappeared entirely from the net in April 2011, saying that he was moving on to other things. A Pulitzer prize awaits the journalist who unmasks him. At the moment, all we have is the verdict of Dan Kaminsky, a leading internet-security expert who examined the Bitcoin code and concluded that "Nakamoto" was "a world-class programmer with a deep understanding of the C++ programming language" who also "understands economics, cryptography and peer-to-peer networking. Either there's a team of people who worked on this or this guy is a genius."

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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Perhap you should start reciting this to yourself: "Thou shalt not lie"
Just where did she lie?
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Highlights of the Bush Administration:

*Two unfinished wars, one of which he lied us into.

*Record debt

*Banking crisis

*500,000 jobs lost per month during his final months in office.

*Outed a CIA agent

*Encouraged military torture which was imposed on mostly innocent people.

“God bless you, Mr. President”

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<quoted text> What is it with you gay supporters that automatically talk in circles? People have been bullied for years, yet the suicide rate went through the roof once gayism became an American fade. I'm from the hood. Violence is part of that culture, yet suicide isn't part of that culture. Why is that? There are man made laws then there's laws of nature. Without natures laws, we'd be living in times of anarchy. That's what y'all devils advocates are advocating. First gay marriage, then polygamy. Polygamy, then human/animal marriages. There's laws against f cking animals, because it's just not right, but if you allow gays to marry, who are you to tell people they can't have sex & marry animals?
Suicides have skyrocketed? Do you have the link for that? We had four of our junior/seniors commit suicide in one year, and none of them were gay. Young people, both straight and gay, tend to choose a "permanent solution for a temporary problem" when they are having family problems, problems with the legal system, problems with their "one true love," academic problems, health problems, or some combination thereof. If there has been a rise in the suicide rate over time, it would be my guess that it would be brought about by the number of soldiers returning from repeated deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan, but I SURE you have the statistics the support your contention.(In case you're wondering, yes, I'm being sarcastic.

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<quoted text> All the numbers were revised upward for both months. The economy would be like this or better if Obama had done nothing. In fact if Obama had done nothing we could be in far better shape. His socialist policies are a drag on the economy. Next year will be worse.
I said back in 2009 that when the stimulus works & the economy improves, the right whiners would claim that it would have improved without ding anything.

Just think where we would be if those you right whiners elect actually pitched in & helped.

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The whole premise behind hate crime laws is to protect specific groups, thus affording them 'protections' unavailable to the general public.
You are still propagating that line of crap?

Hate crimes apply to all groups.

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I Come Covered With Yeast wrote:
Highlights of the Bush Administration:
*Two unfinished wars, one of which he lied us into.
*Record debt
*Banking crisis
*500,000 jobs lost per month during his final months in office.
*Outed a CIA agent
*Encouraged military torture which was imposed on mostly innocent people.
How you doing Ghostie? Still up there in the hills I see!
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The Bitcoin phenomenon is one of the most intriguing things to have happened in cyberspace since the invention of the peer-to-peer networking that undermined the music business and enabled developments such as Wikileaks. It's an invention of a mysterious – and, to date, unidentified – programmer who called himself Satoshi Nakamoto and claimed to be a 36-year-old Japanese male. He launched Bitcoin on 3 January 2009 and disappeared entirely from the net in April 2011, saying that he was moving on to other things. A Pulitzer prize awaits the journalist who unmasks him. At the moment, all we have is the verdict of Dan Kaminsky, a leading internet-security expert who examined the Bitcoin code and concluded that "Nakamoto" was "a world-class programmer with a deep understanding of the C++ programming language" who also "understands economics, cryptography and peer-to-peer networking. Either there's a team of people who worked on this or this guy is a genius."

The basic idea behind Bitcoin is to use a combination of public-key cryptography and peer-to-peer networking to create a virtual analogy of gold, that is to say, a substance that is scarce (if not absolutely finite) and fungible. Nakamoto devised a software system that enabled people with access to powerful computers to "mine" Bitcoins (effectively by solving very complex mathematical puzzles) and then securely use the resulting "coins" for online trading. He also arranged things such that the number of Bitcoins can never exceed 21m and that they will become progressively harder to "mine" as the years go by.
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With my legions of brain-dead followers spewing lies every day on my behalf, I'll beat this rap yet.

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I said back in 2009 that when the stimulus works & the economy improves, the right whiners would claim that it would have improved without ding anything.
Just think where we would be if those you right whiners elect actually pitched in & helped.
The new Soviet Union? What you fail to realize is that most Americans don't want to live in a socialist country. Most want as little government as possible.
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I Come In PEACE wrote:
The Bitcoin phenomenon is one of the most intriguing things to have happened in cyberspace since the invention of the peer-to-peer networking that undermined the music business and enabled developments such as Wikileaks. It's an invention of a mysterious – and, to date, unidentified – programmer who called himself Satoshi Nakamoto and claimed to be a 36-year-old Japanese male. He launched Bitcoin on 3 January 2009 and disappeared entirely from the net in April 2011, saying that he was moving on to other things. A Pulitzer prize awaits the journalist who unmasks him. At the moment, all we have is the verdict of Dan Kaminsky, a leading internet-security expert who examined the Bitcoin code and concluded that "Nakamoto" was "a world-class programmer with a deep understanding of the C++ programming language" who also "understands economics, cryptography and peer-to-peer networking. Either there's a team of people who worked on this or this guy is a genius."
The basic idea behind Bitcoin is to use a combination of public-key cryptography and peer-to-peer networking to create a virtual analogy of gold, that is to say, a substance that is scarce (if not absolutely finite) and fungible. Nakamoto devised a software system that enabled people with access to powerful computers to "mine" Bitcoins (effectively by solving very complex mathematical puzzles) and then securely use the resulting "coins" for online trading. He also arranged things such that the number of Bitcoins can never exceed 21m and that they will become progressively harder to "mine" as the years go by.
Filing this under "Who gives a damn".

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