Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1234725 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"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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blankspace

United States

#888716 Apr 16, 2013
Google Tomas Young if you want to read a soldier's point of view about the war. He nails it hard.
Never NOTsurpriZed

Pompano Beach, FL

#888717 Apr 16, 2013
waxywaxturd wrote:
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Hello again!! Good Morning!!!
As you all can see I have been up all night into the wee hours maniacally judging your posts and chit-chatting back and forth to myself using my sockpuppets!! A "labor of love" though tiring!! I had to change my depends three times last night but it was worth every diaper as it was challenging and exciting!!
I will be on board all day today making idiotic and mentally deranged comments, the sole pupose being to harass the legitimate posters who use this forum.
I will also be juding your posts all day.
I plan to be here for the entire day and night with my sockpuppets so get ready for an all out judgit blowout shitshow!!!! Please JOIN in!! I will give you a head start if needed. Just remember, double up on the depends!!!!
I try and eat foods that are constipating to give me that extra edge I need for marathon judging competitions.(my secret is cheese and double strength depends, try it!!!)
Most sincerely, Not Surprized!!
And boys, phone numbers please!!
Call me!
A quick reminder!!!!!!!!
I run scripts when judging as they allow me a huge advantage when it comes to judging the posts! I realize it's cheating but it makes me feel so much better about our team losing the election!! The judgits to me are like a consolation prize when I think about how badly our Teabagging friends are doing right now. I delude myself with them and try to convince myself we are winning!!! Join me!!
I enjoy spending the day here giving out judgits to anyone who doesn't agree with me and I like to think I have full control of this thread!!! I consider it "mine"!!!!!! PLEASE join me!
Hugs, Not Surprized!
Not Surprized! ROTFLMAO!
lily waxman raton fl

Pompano Beach, FL

#888718 Apr 16, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Insurance companies are not necessary. Doctors and hospitals can charge for their services, prices will come down considerably without that mafia middle man, the insurance company. Nothing communist about it at all.
The mafia middle man is now Obama

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Monkeypoopoo

London, KY

#888719 Apr 16, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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I was talking about you & your slurs, idiot not the actions in Boston.
Try pulling your head out of your fat ass once in a while.
Not my problem you're a duhmazz duhmmy.

Anduh....NO...I'd rather watch you duhmazz duhmmies stumble over you're own duhm tails and laugh at your ignowahwahwah redunCUNCies, and that's the level anyone has to sit at to do it!
lily waxman raton fl

Pompano Beach, FL

#888720 Apr 16, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text> Eman/Gunner for sure
lily boca contemplates her next threesome fantasy

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Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#888721 Apr 16, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Insurance companies are not necessary. Doctors and hospitals can charge for their services, prices will come down considerably without that mafia middle man, the insurance company. Nothing communist about it at all.
Well I've been saying that for years!!! Welcome to the Health Savings Account Club! Insurance is needed but only for catastrophic illness/accidents. The government need not apply.

careful though you are going to get on the bad side of your libtard friends talking like that.

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NJ raider 1

Brooklyn, NY

#888722 Apr 16, 2013
Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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The recession was shared bipartisan neglect heeding Bush's warnings of the impending housing market collapse in the years leading up to it. The Democrats neglected to heed those warnings more than Republicans.
So, technically, it was the Democrats' recession.
The War in Iraq was over before Obama ran for presidency. The timeline to withdraw was already agreed upon before he even took office. Removing the remaining stabilizing troops in Iraq too soon according to an Iraqi general is irresponsible. It could undo everything that has been done. Obama's going to do it anyway.
There have been laws on the books for a long time protecting women in the workplace. Nothing has changed just because you bought into the hype.
Obstruction is in the eye of the beholder. Both sides have to be willing to give and take. It's always been Obama's way or the highway. Harry Reid is like a big wall in the Senate refusing to bring budget proposals passed by the House up for a vote when the Senate hasn't even passed a budget in three years.
Your perspective is from the wrong angle.
Listen to yourself! Your entire premise is to take creditfrom the democrats & shift blame to the democrats. It wasn't Bush's recession it was Clinton's. Oh no, Obama didn't bring the troops home from Iraq, Bush already had the date set in stone! Even Republican political leaders call it the"Bush Recession." The affordable home act, Bush sold it like heroin to an addict. Evidenced by numerous public addresses where he spoke on it with enthusiasm, & the fact the housing market didn't collapse under Clinton, it collapsed under Bush!

Next ,it was part of the reason Obama was elected for his first term. McCain wanted to take permanent residence in Iraq, & Obama said he would keep the timeline that was set by Bush. Those first 2 sentences tells it all. Bush did Infact set the timeline for removal of the troops from Iraq, but once elected, Obama could've chose not to withdraw the troops. Again, evidenced by McCain's position had he been elected to take up permanent residency in Iraq. So in theory, Bush came up with an idea, & Obama implemented that idea in his plans!

As for womens rights, you know like I know, women didn't receive equal pay as men for equal work performed as men, until Obama passed the Lilly Ledbetter Act. That's pure nonsense! Just because you didn't personally feel the effect of it, doesn't mean it doesn't exist! You're tellingme that I've been duped, yet you're the one slinging Republican talking points left & right. I claim no political party. I don't need a party to think for me. Again, evidenced by my position on gay marriage, or should I say opposition of gay marriage! Romney just ran a nasty campaign last year against President Obama. Why didn't he use any of those dumb talking points you just posted? Because they're all bullshit!

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lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#888724 Apr 16, 2013
flack wrote:
<quoted text> Well I've been saying that for years!!! Welcome to the Health Savings Account Club! Insurance is needed but only for catastrophic illness/accidents. The government need not apply.
careful though you are going to get on the bad side of your libtard friends talking like that.
Not at all. I'm not in love with the ACA; the insurance mandate was a Republican idea. I have always been a proponent of single payer healthcare paid for by taxation and not attached to employment.
My hope is that this will evolve into that, eventually.

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sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#888725 Apr 16, 2013
A majority of Americans see both major political parties as out of touch, but especially the Republican Party, a new Washington Post/ABC News poll finds.

Seven in 10 Americans said the GOP was out of touch "with the concerns of most people in the United States today." Even among Republicans, 49 percent considered the party to be out of touch, compared to 42 percent who said it wasn't.

Fifty-one percent of Americans, including 21 percent of Democrats, said the Democratic Party was out of touch.

President Barack Obama fared slightly better, with 51 percent saying he was in touch. His approval rating of 50 percent was also narrowly positive, although a majority disagreed with his handling of the economy.

This all comes amid an uptick in dissatisfaction with the budget cuts brought by sequestration. Disapproval of the cuts is at 57 percent, up from 53 percent in an earlier Post/ABC poll taken March 10. The percentage of Americans saying they had personally experienced a negative impact from the cuts rose to 33 percent, up 8 points from March.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/16/gop-...

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#888726 Apr 16, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Not at all. I'm not in love with the ACA; the insurance mandate was a Republican idea. I have always been a proponent of single payer healthcare paid for by taxation and not attached to employment.
My hope is that this will evolve into that, eventually.
Never happen. Yes we all know you like the all encompassing big government take care of me cradle to grave socialist ideals. Some of us still love our freedom, however, to chose our own way.

Since: Apr 13

Orlando, FL

#888727 Apr 16, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> Listen to yourself! Your entire premise is to take creditfrom the democrats & shift blame to the democrats. It wasn't Bush's recession it was Clinton's. Oh no, Obama didn't bring the troops home from Iraq, Bush already had the date set in stone! Even Republican political leaders call it the"Bush Recession." The affordable home act, Bush sold it like heroin to an addict. Evidenced by numerous public addresses where he spoke on it with enthusiasm, & the fact the housing market didn't collapse under Clinton, it collapsed under Bush!
Next ,it was part of the reason Obama was elected for his first term. McCain wanted to take permanent residence in Iraq, & Obama said he would keep the timeline that was set by Bush. Those first 2 sentences tells it all. Bush did Infact set the timeline for removal of the troops from Iraq, but once elected, Obama could've chose not to withdraw the troops. Again, evidenced by McCain's position had he been elected to take up permanent residency in Iraq. So in theory, Bush came up with an idea, & Obama implemented that idea in his plans!
As for womens rights, you know like I know, women didn't receive equal pay as men for equal work performed as men, until Obama passed the Lilly Ledbetter Act. That's pure nonsense! Just because you didn't personally feel the effect of it, doesn't mean it doesn't exist! You're tellingme that I've been duped, yet you're the one slinging Republican talking points left & right. I claim no political party. I don't need a party to think for me. Again, evidenced by my position on gay marriage, or should I say opposition of gay marriage! Romney just ran a nasty campaign last year against President Obama. Why didn't he use any of those dumb talking points you just posted? Because they're all bullshit!
The only one between us trying to shift blame not only to just one party but one man is you.

I've said on numerous occasions there is plenty of blame to go around. But it's only you liberals who think your farts don't stink when you pass gas and blame someone else.

It's why we're getting tired of the incessent whining and finger pointing when it was the Democrats who didn't read a friggin' major piece of legislation before passing it that threatens to flush us all down the toilet despite every Republican's protest and the majority of Americans' against it.

If you're having a difficult time dealing with being a part of the problem because you voted for the problem, it's not my problem.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#888729 Apr 16, 2013
Seems pressure cookers were the container used.

Since: Apr 13

Orlando, FL

#888730 Apr 16, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Anonymous poster Nasaras was the messenger and the message was homestyle bullshyte which Nobama stole from a crap blog site.
MSN posted an article just the other day - which I posted for you - stating Kathleen Sebelius is concerned about the growing confusion surrounding Obamacare and they hadn't "anticipated" the full ramifications.

It didn't take a rocket scientist to see it coming.

You think small businesses and companies aren't going to drop employee health insurance like hot potatoes and states opting out of Obamacare aren't going to have massive numbers of uninsured in those states?

You think health insurance premiums aren't already skyrocketing?

If you still think this was a good idea, you're one of the few left who does.
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#888731 Apr 16, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Not at all. I'm not in love with the ACA; the insurance mandate was a Republican idea. I have always been a proponent of single payer healthcare paid for by taxation and not attached to employment.
My hope is that this will evolve into that, eventually.
It's a long term baby steps program with plenty of room for tweaking. That it's coming along 30 years too late is not DaBammy's fault__or Hillary's who first brought the health care insurance dilemma to the nations attention over 15 years ago.

As Hillary predicted, the haves would rub sht in the faces of the have nots. And as she also pointed out the "average" American has no clue as to how insurance actually works or how the health insurers have stacked the deck in their own favor.
Never NOTsurpriZed

Pompano Beach, FL

#888732 Apr 16, 2013
waxywaxturd wrote:
Hoping that all my Topix "opponents" so far today are enjoying my deranged comments and senseless, useless, mindless attacks against them!!!!!!!!!!
You must admit my sockpuppet (I've revived him!!!)"sonicfiler" excels when it comes to that. Show him some TOPIX love!!! He is truly one of my my favorites and the most demented of all my sockpuppets so far. I am hoping "TonyC" may come forth today as well. I am channeling him from my wheelchair as I sit in front of my computer today in a fresh pair of industrial strength depends! Please my friends, if he makes an appearance show him some LOVE!!!!!!
If anyone (Democratic transexuals only) wants to hook up with me please leave your number in my personal topix mailbox!! The days are long and lonely on the psych ward where I have been condemned to live out the rest of my useless and delusional life.
Call me, please!!!!
Warmest and desperate regards: Not Surprized
PS:
I bought a $30M home in Boca Raton and wanted to know if any of you Obama worshippers wants me to post some photos to tinyurl.
The Obamabots cannot contain their jelousy. I'd love her and all my topix family to see the pics.
I think I'm going postal. The mental illness is so pronounced I can't keep up!
Gloating, Not Surprized!!
Not Surprized! ROTFLMAO!

Since: Apr 13

Orlando, FL

#888733 Apr 16, 2013
Sorry about all the "toilet" analogies...

But, really, who doesn't hate it when someone lets out a big stinky one and then tries to act like it was someone else?

It's the perfect analogy for Democrats these days. They are the ones so full of gas.

It's like Sebelius blaming Republicans for stinking up the air when it was she and her party who ate the Obamacare beans.

See what I mean? Perfect analogy.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#888734 Apr 16, 2013
A producer for Fox News Channel on Tuesday interviewed one of the roommates of the Saudi Arabian man who's been questioned by authorities in the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombings.

The roommate, who was identified as Mohammed Hassan Bada by the Boston Herald earlier in the day, was asked by the producer if he thought his friend was responsible for the deadly explosions. As he told the Herald, Bada once again expressed doubt that his roommate had a role in the bombings.

After being pressed by the producer, Bada, with a bookbag strapped on his back, grew frustrated.

"Let me go to school, dude," Bada said, after placing his palms over his face in exasperation.

http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/f...

Since: Apr 13

Orlando, FL

#888739 Apr 16, 2013
blankspace wrote:
Google Tomas Young if you want to read a soldier's point of view about the war. He nails it hard.
War is hell even when you have the full support of your country behind you and a Commander-in-Chief who doesn't call you a corpse and tells the enemy when they can kill the last soldier or cuts your benefits right out from underneath you.

No wonder these soldiers are as messed up as they are.

It's very sad...having a CIC who has no clue what he's doing and all these brave soldiers under his command.

Who in their right mind would go through hell for this CIC? And be willing to die for a country who voted him back into power?

Things are just friggin' messed up.
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#888743 Apr 16, 2013
Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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War is hell even when you have the full support of your country behind you and a Commander-in-Chief who doesn't call you a corpse and tells the enemy when they can kill the last soldier or cuts your benefits right out from underneath you.
No wonder these soldiers are as messed up as they are.
It's very sad...having a CIC who has no clue what he's doing and all these brave soldiers under his command.
Who in their right mind would go through hell for this CIC? And be willing to die for a country who voted him back into power?
Things are just friggin' messed up.
Pathetic__really pathetic.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#888744 Apr 16, 2013
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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Just what will you do if they find out it WAS muslim extremists (which all signs point to at this time)?
what signs?

i just figure FOX is doing some pre-right-wing-nutjob-did-it damage control. always best to have a contrasting story full of lies to mitigate any illegal actions that some nutjob conservative decided was for the best thing for the country.

so wadda ya think? maybe one of those 'see how easy it was?' moments? so the right wing media could blame Obama for the actions of one of their cult members?

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