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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http://www.ijreview.com/2013/04/46970-left-wi...

The third video, Hardball is really funny. They were so wrong. The liberal moron with Chris Mathews is a joke.

The second video is telling as well.

Democrats are scumbags, blame America first crowd. Democrats are church going, Hate your neighbors types.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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so when FOX said it was a brown person.......?
I believe it was referred to as darker or olive type skin, like Mediterranean or middle east, which ended up being correct.

I really need to stop talking to idiots like you.

The hook nose was a dead giveaway.

You are an idiot.

“Amor patriae.”

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'Fairness' has reared it's ugly head again. Obama's Internet sales tax will decimate another industry. It's amazing how much you liberals will swallow if you're told you're helping someone, somewhere. Under Obama, fairness, of any kind, can only be enjoyed if someone else is made to pay for it. Fairness has become a rare commodity that no one can live without and he (his government) has the exclusive authority to confiscate it from one and distribute it to another, at a price, of course.
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A car bomb has exploded outside the French embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli, wounding two French guards and several residents.

The blast in Tripoli destroyed the embassy's ground-floor reception area and perimeter wall, as well as damaging neighbouring homes and shops.

French President Francois Hollande called on Libya to act swiftly over this "unacceptable" attack.

It is the first major attack on a foreign embassy in the Libyan capital.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-222608...

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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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How many of those "green investments" have failed, dipstick? We can start at Solyndra and go on from there. And before you accuse me of being "anti-green", I have owned and operated my own off-grid utilities (ALL of them) for 20 years. Call me when you even APPROACH my level of sustainability. Never happen....
The green investments were made to companies with promising ideas & were riskier than most investors would prefer. The hopes were to help these people get their ideas out there & make advancements. Some did not make it.

This risk was known when the program was designed. There was a fund established to cover the losses. I believe it was 10 billion. Most of the fund remains unused.

Lets talk Solyndra. Solyndra's panels were not of the typical design & were not silicon based as most panels. The price of silicon was going up & up & this made Solyndra's panels not only innovative but cost competitive.

Two things then happened, the price of silicon dropped dramatically & China invested tens of billions in their panel manufacturing. These things killed Solyndra. Market conditions that were not present when Solyndra was approved.
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Yes, I already acknowledged your return.
This is the right whiner thinking that is so stupid.
Despite our drunk driving laws, we still have accidents & deaths caused by drunk driving.
According to Waxman, we should just make drunk driving legal because, hey, people still get drunk & drive.
You people get dumber every GD day.
BTW, I love this right whiner's argument.
"we need the assault type rifles with 30 round clips for self defense" " 30 round clips jam"
What kind of fricken moron would want a gun that jams for self defense???
Evidently a dumbass right whiner.
You people are too stupid to be alive.
yes, we know Dumb Dave. Everyone but you is dumb.

You say the same thing every day about roughly ten people, and the ten people say the same about you.

Hmmmm....

I wonder who is correct?

Baaawwwaaaahhhhh!!!!

Moron.
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Boston-based civil liberties attorney Harvey Silverglate told Reason.com he is very troubled by the measures taken by law enforcement officials during the manhunt for alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. His views contrasted greatly with what this reporter came across during dozens of man-on-the-street interviews conducted across the greater Boston area last week, where residents voiced overwhelming support for the actions of local, state, and federal officials.

“It was only after people were allowed out of their houses did somebody spot the guy, proving that an alert citizenry is more capable of ensuring safety than an army of militarized police,” said Silverglate, who described Gov. Deval Patrick’s advisory to “shelter in place” as “outrageous and counterproductive” and likened it to something out of Aldous Huxley’s dystopian novel Brave New World.

“The whole shelter in place was symbolically very bad; it gave the people the notion that we were under some kind of military attack,” said Silverglate, who said Boston was more closed down last week than London was during the German bombings in World War II.

http://reason.com/archives/2013/04/23/mass-ci...
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One result of having Jimmy Carter Junior in the White House:

WASHINGTON, April 23 (UPI)-- The 43rd U.S. president has gained in esteem since he left office more than four years ago, a new poll indicates.

The ABC News/Washington Post poll released Tuesday found George W. Bush's overall approval rating is 14 percentage points higher now than it was at the end of his second term in office.

Bush left office with an approval rating of just 33 percent and a disapproval rating of 66 percent.

The latest polling found 47 percent now approve of George W. Bush while 50 percent disapprove.

Read more: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2013/04/23/Pol...
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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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How many of those "green investments" have failed, dipstick? We can start at Solyndra and go on from there. And before you accuse me of being "anti-green", I have owned and operated my own off-grid utilities (ALL of them) for 20 years. Call me when you even APPROACH my level of sustainability. Never happen....
Facts & reality mean nothing to morons like Dumb Dave. You are wasting your time.
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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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"Brown" = "swarthy". You are reaching (as always), like a tiny kid on a little stool straining to grab the forbidden cookies. Bottom line, it was a pair of dirty muslim extremists (and that's all we need to know).
swarthy?

LMAO

“wake up”

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First of al, voters now can be asked for ID. The question was a Photo ID.
Republicans passed voter photo ID requirements even though there is no statistical evidence o any voter fraud that this photo ID would prevent.
In other words, it was voter suppression. No one said it was racist. The motivation was to reduce the number of Democrats voting. Not racially motivated.
With background checks for gun purchases, the motivation is public safety.
you and all the libs screamed racisim over voter id..said it woud keep blacks from voteing..that's all we heard for months before the election. so what you're saying now, is showing id is wrong for voters because it keeps people from voteing but yet you want to discirminate against those who would need id for a background check. I guess that must mean that you're ok with discrimination just as long as it fits your agenda.
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I believe it was referred to as darker or olive type skin, like Mediterranean or middle east, which ended up being correct.
I really need to stop talking to idiots like you.
The hook nose was a dead giveaway.
You are an idiot.
Brian Kilmeade So Wants Boston Bomber To Be Muslim?!

"We have this Saudi, he's a person of interest, we're questioning him...if it is somebody here on a student visa, a Saudi, what does that mean in the big picture in the war on terror and Al Qaeda, knowing that we've had cells in the Lackawanna Six, the Fort Dix Six, and others before." Phares responded that if evidence showed a connection to the Saudi then it could be of a jihadi nature; but cautioned that we need to wait for that information. Kilmead said that he will have Phares back "especially if this Saudi is involved."

As reported on Media Matters, the right wing, including Murdoch's NY Post, attempted to create another Richard Jewel in their immediate speculation that the Saudi was connected to the bombing. Looks like Brian Kilmeade was part of that effort on Murdoch's "fair & balanced" "news" network!

http://www.newshounds.us/20130417_brian_kilme...
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The Saudi Marathon Man

A twenty-year-old man who had been watching the Boston Marathon had his body torn into by the force of a bomb. He wasn’t alone; a hundred and seventy-six people were injured and three were killed. But he was the only one who, while in the hospital being treated for his wounds, had his apartment searched in “a startling show of force,” as his fellow-tenants described it to the Boston Herald, with a “phalanx” of officers and agents and two K9 units. He was the one whose belongings were carried out in paper bags as his neighbors watched; whose roommate, also a student, was questioned for five hours (“I was scared”) before coming out to say that he didn’t think his friend was someone who’d plant a bomb—that he was a nice guy who liked sports.“Let me go to school, dude,” the roommate said later in the day, covering his face with his hands and almost crying, as a Fox News producer followed him and asked him, again and again, if he was sure he hadn’t been living with a killer.

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/comment...

not NBC, or CBS, or CNN.....FOX.
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That's what people like you do in padded rooms. I think there is a medication for your condition.
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RealDave wrote:
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The green investments were made to companies with promising ideas & were riskier than most investors would prefer. The hopes were to help these people get their ideas out there & make advancements. Some did not make it.
This risk was known when the program was designed. There was a fund established to cover the losses. I believe it was 10 billion. Most of the fund remains unused.
Lets talk Solyndra. Solyndra's panels were not of the typical design & were not silicon based as most panels. The price of silicon was going up & up & this made Solyndra's panels not only innovative but cost competitive.
Two things then happened, the price of silicon dropped dramatically & China invested tens of billions in their panel manufacturing. These things killed Solyndra. Market conditions that were not present when Solyndra was approved.
Solyndra was founded in 2005 and took advantage of local, state and federal incentives and grants which were available at that time.

As you noted, Solyndra's technology was created at a time when silicon panels where becoming very pricy and the company could have become wildly successful.

Solyndra didn't use all of it's loan guarantees.

The right wing stooges continue to be dishonest about the various green incentives that were made available beginning as early as the Clinton administration.
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Waxman wrote:
One result of having Jimmy Carter Junior in the White House:
WASHINGTON, April 23 (UPI)-- The 43rd U.S. president has gained in esteem since he left office more than four years ago, a new poll indicates.
The ABC News/Washington Post poll released Tuesday found George W. Bush's overall approval rating is 14 percentage points higher now than it was at the end of his second term in office.
Bush left office with an approval rating of just 33 percent and a disapproval rating of 66 percent.
The latest polling found 47 percent now approve of George W. Bush while 50 percent disapprove.
Read more: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2013/04/23/Pol...
G.W. Bush Advances in Esteem Yet Still With More Brush to Cut

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/04/...
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Amazingly, the Boston perpetrators apparently thought they could somehow get away with their deed even though they chose to set their bombs off at the most-photographed spot on the planet at the time. Moreover, although they were not prepared to die with their bombs, they do not seem to have had anything that could be considered a coherent plan of escape. This rather bizarre inability to think about the aftermath of the planned deed is quite typical in the case studies.(Also commonly found: an inability to explain how killing a few random people would advance their cause.)

The Boston perpetrators seem never to have ventured much more than a few miles from the bombing location, and they appear to have had no reliable means of transport and no money. Then, when the police published their photographs, they mindlessly blew whatever cover they had by killing a campus cop, hijacking a car, stealing money, trying to run a police blockade, and engaging in a brief Hollywood-style car chase and shootout. Surveillance imagery played an important role in identifying the terrorists (as it did in terrorist events in London in 2005), but the key breakthrough appears to have come when the culprits decided to leave their lair, after which the police applied standard killer-on-the-loose methodology

Boston appears to be a lone-wolf attack—albeit one with two wolves—in the sense that no one besides the bombers seems to have been aware of it. Attacks in which only the perpetrator knows about the plans are obviously more difficult to avert than ones involving a great number of talkative people.(In some cases, would-be terrorists have advertised for support or collaborators on Facebook and in Internet chat rooms.) Before Boston, some 16 people had been killed by Islamist terrorists in the United States in the years since 2001 (13 of them at Ft. Hood), and all of these were murdered by people who were essentially acting alone.


Concern about “lone wolf” attacks has grown in recent years, and a 2011 DHS assessment concluded that “lone offenders currently present the greatest threat.” This is a reasonable observation, but those concerned should keep in mind that, as Max Abrahms has noted, while lone wolves may be difficult to police, they have carried out only two of the 1,900 most deadly terrorist attacks over the last four decades. They may be harder to stop, but they are also less lethal.(It should also be kept in mind that an American’s chance of being killed by any kind of terrorist, even with 9/11 included in the count, remains about one in 3 million or 4 million per year.)
http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politi...
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mdbuilder wrote:
'Fairness' has reared it's ugly head again. Obama's Internet sales tax will decimate another industry. It's amazing how much you liberals will swallow if you're told you're helping someone, somewhere. Under Obama, fairness, of any kind, can only be enjoyed if someone else is made to pay for it. Fairness has become a rare commodity that no one can live without and he (his government) has the exclusive authority to confiscate it from one and distribute it to another, at a price, of course.
It's not his tax you fkn imbecile__he only just recently expressed a willingness to sign the legislation which levels the retail playing field.

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Waxman wrote:
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I believe it was referred to as darker or olive type skin, like Mediterranean or middle east, which ended up being correct.
I really need to stop talking to idiots like you.
The hook nose was a dead giveaway.
You are an idiot.
You believe wrong.

"dark skinned male"

That's it.

No olive skin.

No Mediterranean.

"dark skinned"

You really need to quit being such an idiot.

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yes, we know Dumb Dave. Everyone but you is dumb.
You say the same thing every day about roughly ten people, and the ten people say the same about you.
Hmmmm....
I wonder who is correct?
Baaawwwaaaahhhhh!!!!
Moron.
Not everyone. But some of you right whiners are dumber than sh*t.

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