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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TheIndepentdentM ajority

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I'm still waiting..... for what?
To be let out of the corner of tin foiled hat-ism?
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Monsanto: Big Guy on the Block When it Comes to Friends in Washington
Political heavy Monsanto took on an Indiana soybean farmer today in the U.S. Supreme Court over Monsanto's patents of its Roundup-resistant seed.
And, once again, Justice Clarence Thomas was on the bench, hearing the case with the other justices. Thomas worked as a corporate lawyer for Monsanto in the 1970s. Thomas has participated in at least one other case involving the company, Monsanto v. Geertson, which resulted in a favorable decision for Monsanto; Thomas joined the majority in that case.
Clarence Thomas aside, Monsanto has plenty of other ties to Washington. Eight lawmakers own stock in Monsanto, including Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.) and Reps. Dave Camp (R-Mich.), Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.), Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.), Michael McCaul (R-Texas), Jim Renacci (R-Ohio), Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) and Fred Upton (R-Mich.).
Monsanto itself contributed more than $500,000 to federal candidates in the last election cycle, primarily favoring Republicans. Monsanto spent nearly $6 million on lobbying in 2012, down from its $8.8 million record in 2008. That's still enough to keep Monsanto the big guy on the agribusiness block -- it has spent the most on lobbying by far in the industry since 2008; the American Farm Bureau is the only other to even come close. The majority, by far, of Monsanto's lobbyists have made at least one trip through the revolving door; in-house lobbyist Michael Holland, Jr., for instance, logged 13 years working for various House Republicans before he jumped to Monsanto in 2011.
http://www.opensecrets.org/news/2013/02/monsa...
How many years and Still employing people!! Bless their ugly building hearts lol.
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We are the government. We built the roads. We pay for police and fire protection. We create jobs and pay the salaries of government jobs. The government works for us.
This is what trips up the radical left.
Once you start using phrases like "dependent on government", you've surrendered to the power of a few to control the many.
This is what we must resist. We have the power to govern ourseleves. It's what makes us who we are.
So, it means you hate yourself!
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Do you speak English?
Olde even lol.
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<quoted text> The assertion that if a pitbull views once he'll bitesagain is false. It is obvious you haven't watched the dog whisperer
Some dogs are just deranged.

Go ahead, put two plates of chow down next to two pitbulls, watch which one slurps it up the quickest and heads for the others bowl.

Then stand there and "dog whisper" to them...

Let us know how THAT works out!(and then we'll give you the reality scenerio of prying the jaws loose lol)
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You heathens SHOULD be giving thanks, one of y'alls jackboot figureheads weren't in office on 9/11.
Ya cretin.
Oh wow, the tictacrikitiki tavi with her stupid gibberish here to save the day, fuggn moran. If Bush wasn't in office, 9/11 probably wouldn't have happene, ya cretin.
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Half rotten apple cart before broke back mule "reform"--exchnaged pushed BACK(wards) some MORE, until 2015.
Just wait till that robbinhoodieTic TAX and FINE healthcare Penelty kicks in on the above table working class America.
Duhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...that's what y'all voted fer? Really?
Proof of the(lack of) common sense rampant in America these days.
This is your brain on crack
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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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Fk off dummy
lily's motherly language done showin she be drinkin way earlier than her Happy Hour today
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Oh wow, the tictacrikitiki tavi with her stupid gibberish here to save the day, fuggn moran. If Bush wasn't in office, 9/11 probably wouldn't have happene, ya cretin.
lily she be drinkin really really early today even before Boca liquor joints be open
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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This is your brain on crack
lily boca brain be right on it
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Fisker Automotive, a darling of the Obama Administration's push for green energy and electric cars has hired the powerful Chicago-based and files bankruptcy.
http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/fisker-headed-s...
Obama Monsanto, the Corporatist-in-Chief increasing Americas carbon footprint by sending huge piles of wasted taxpayers money up in smoke...
Fisker Automotive was founded in 2007 apparently to take advantage of the various state and federal incentive available at "that" time. It was entirely funded by opm, other peoples money.

The company has never hit stride.

Meanwhile Tesla, a competitor to Fisker in the high style plug in market is paying off it's loan 5 years early.
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Of course Eman thinks that guns requiring clips can shoot more than one round without them.
He's dumber than dumb
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WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—The National Rifle Association leader Wayne LaPierre today defended his decision to purchase the former congressman Asa Hutchinson, after an outspoken N.R.A. member complained that the organization should be using its funds to buy current congressmen only.

Shortly after Mr. Hutchinson appeared at a press conference in Washington to present the N.R.A.’s plan to arm teachers and other school personnel, N.R.A. dissident Tracy Klugian blasted the purchase of the former Arkansas representative.


“Members of the N.R.A. fork over millions of dollars to this organization,” he said.“That money should be used to buy people who are actually in Congress now, not some has-been like Hutchinson who doesn’t even have a vote anymore.”

Mr. Klugian said that as he watched former Rep. Hutchinson at the podium,“It made my blood boil, especially when I thought about all of the current congressmen out there who are totally for sale.”

Not long after Mr. Klugian made his comments, Mr. LaPierre pushed back:“The purchase of Asa Hutchinson did not and will not prevent the N.R.A. from buying a single additional congressman in the future. Period.”

While refusing to divulge the purchase price for Mr. Hutchinson, Mr. LaPierre reassured the N.R.A. membership,“We got a very good deal on Asa. There wasn’t exactly a bidding war.”

In a separate statement, Mr. Hutchinson said,“A free and lively exchange of views is what makes the N.R.A. such a great organization—and is why I’m so proud to be owned by it.”

Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/borowit...
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Oh wow, the tictacrikitiki tavi with her stupid gibberish here to save the day, fuggn moran. If Bush wasn't in office, 9/11 probably wouldn't have happene, ya cretin.
Fk off you nutcase lunaTic..and stop STALKING me, you psycho.

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<quoted text> He didn't hand pick this war, did he? Nah, Infact he voted against it! Now that he's in office he has to do what bush couldn't, wouldn't, or wasn't able to do. It's that old say of sending a boy to do a mans job, but in opposite perspective. Obama is a man doing a boys (George W. Bush's) job! All of a sudden ya'll don't know the meaning of collateral damage now that Obama's in office. Yet you knew the meaning quite well when Bush executed hundreds of thousands of innocent iraqis & over 4,000 American service personnel all on the whim of a lie! A lie to disguise his true purpose behind the invasion, thievery of Iraq oil supplies. Countless military personnel have spoken out against that regime & told their true mission! If Pakistan wanted to stop the drone strike, they would stop harboring & hiding terrorist. Try have WMDs! They could easily take Obama's persistence as an act of war, but they won't. Because they've already been caught out there lying about Bin Laden & a couple other Al Queda leaders! You people don't seem to understand the meaning of war. Bet you'll learn when someone weak is president & another country invades us. You think they gonna be worried about innocent civilians? I seriously doubt it!
What war did he vote against that involve drone strikes in pakistan? As commander in chief he could stop all military action if he wanted to. He doesn't.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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This is my brain on crack
sure is.

Psycho-LunaTic
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Innovator!

We’ve heard other backbench Tea Partiers compare gay marriage to bestiality. But those folks come a dime a dozen. It takes Rep. Gohmert (R-TX) to compare a proposed limit on high capacity gun magazines to bestiality and gay marriage. Listen.....

http://editors.talkingpointsmemo.com/archives...

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I'm still waiting..... for what?
Many people much smarter than you think obama is a war criminal.

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While much of the controversy over Monsanto has centered on its products and technology, many have raised concerns about the company's high level connections to the administration of George W. Bush.
"The connections between Monsanto and the new Bush administration are also very solid. G.W.’s pop, Bush Sr. appointed Clarence Thomas, a Monsanto attorney, to the Supreme Court. Thomas played a key role in the selection of G.W. as president. John Ashcroft, the current attorney general, was the top recipient of Monsanto contributions when he recently tried to get reelected to the U.S. Senate. Donald Rumsfeld, the current secretary of defense, was president of Searle Pharmaceuticals, now owned by Monsanto. Tommy Thompson, now the secretary of Health and Human Services, helped the biotech industry by getting the state of Wisconsin to set up a $37 million biotech zone there. He received $50,000 from the biotech industry for his reelection campaign. The current secretary of Agriculture, Ann Veneman, was on the board of directors of Calgene Pharmaceuticals, an affiliate of Monsanto. Recently, Linda J. Fisher, a former Monsanto official, was nominated by Bush to be second-in-command at the EPA. She was Monsanto’s representative in Washington from 1995 to 2000 and coordinated the company’s strategy to blunt resistance to genetically modified food" See also GM lobby takes root in Bush's cabinet. Other high level government connections include Stansfield Turner, former Director of the CIA and member of the Monsanto Board and Earle H. Harbison former president of Monsanto and CIA officer for 19 years.
http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php...
"New bush administration"? Wtf?
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Liberals the party of Empty or No New Ideas!! Fannie/Freddie ‘Risky Loans, Financial Crisis ‘remember that old adage: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
Well the Obama administration is engaged in a broad push to make more home loans available to people with weaker credit, an effort that officials say will help power the economic recovery but that skeptics say could open the door to the risky lending that caused the housing crash in the first place!! You can always count on a Liberal ‘Stupid is what Stupid Does’

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