Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1264356 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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Since: Mar 10

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#893249 Apr 25, 2013
HMMM GETTING NASTY IN HERE! IS IT TIME TO CALL JERRY SPRINGER SHOW!

Since: Jul 11

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#893250 Apr 25, 2013
American Lady wrote:
Saudi national Ali Al-Harbi has visited the White House multiple times since 2009
This could definitely explain a lot, including the record manipulation Beck has been talking about.
http://www.therightscoop.com/saudi-national-a...
The latest information on TheBlaze’s investigation into the Saudi national reveals the State Department is trying to prevent as many people as possible from accessing the information. When federal officials attempt to access this Saudi’s file – they won’t get very far.
http://www.glennbeck.com/2013/04/25/is-the-st...
Anyone who follows Beck automatically should go onto the FBI watch list. Your just one conspiracy theory after another and its really just disguised racism. First with the birther crap & cut n paste any extremist right wing blog you can find.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#893251 Apr 25, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
Our American Senate: When 90% of Americans say we want background checks, they can't pull it together on that to make it happen.
But when their flights get delayed because of budget cuts? Somehow they can pass a bill to rectify that (and only that) immediately and with near unanimity.
If 90% of Americans felt it was necessary to hand out Suicide Pills to distraught teens, the airhead that you are would insist that Congress follow.

Do you know what a 'leader' is?

Obviously, you don't, being a prone pant-less groveling Liberal follower.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#893252 Apr 25, 2013
OzRitz wrote:
<quoted text>
Anyone who follows Beck automatically should go onto the FBI watch list. Your just one conspiracy theory after another and its really just disguised racism. First with the birther crap & cut n paste any extremist right wing blog you can find.
Remove your teeth and go suck on your Race Card, Honey.
virginia

United States

#893253 Apr 25, 2013
I found an error in the bill of rights, we the people did not marry the government, the government is suddenly our church and so they wored many years with each other I like the ammendments on there they must add on the ammendments do not kill, do not steal, do not lie, do not cheat, because weather you see it or not I pray you all see that the flag to me stands for god. Jesus on a cross, and this is the land of the free. Im not ok with the visa plans eather did you know most people from arabia come this way they own stores and drs some of the best came from far so I dont know, there should be a plan to earn their stay.
virginia

United States

#893254 Apr 25, 2013
I want the presedent to run a nother term.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#893255 Apr 25, 2013
virginia wrote:
I want the presedent to run a nother term.
Me, too, but, the next time, he should run a long distance on a short pier.
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#893256 Apr 25, 2013
nobamaredux wrote:
<quoted text>
Islam is an international terrorist conspiracy, not a religion, and all Muslims should be considered potential terrorists.
.... when a Christian “murders,” he acts in direct contravention of divine command. Fine: but what is murder? Is it “murder” to wage war to liberate the Holy Land? Or to obliterate the Cathars? Or to convert the Lithuanians? Or to reconquer Spain? I’m quite sure those who prosecuted those wars in the divine name would have been distinctly puzzled by the suggestion that their actions constituted murder – as opposed to justified killing. And, of course,“murder” is prohibited in every civilized society.

Meanwhile, it’s my people who wrote Psalm 137, a prayer for vengeance that ends with glee at the thought of dashing our enemies’ children’s brains on rocks. And yet, over the sweep of history since the rabbinic period, one would have to call the Jewish people among the least-prone to extreme inter-communal violence. We can debate the reasons for that historical fact, but what it should show at a minimum is that the syllogism,“violent texts are a primary cause of inter-communal violence,” needs some work.

Dreher and Sullivan alike are Christians. I’m not. They assume that Jesus’s call to “turn the other cheek” means that Christianity has acted as a historic brake on violence. As a Jew, I have to question that assumption. After all, the number of Christian countries in history that have been governed according to principles of non-violence is exactly zero. Someone from a religious tradition whose founding texts articulated rules about when violence is justified or permitted might look at the long history of Christian violence – not just violence by Christians, but violence undertaken with the Church’s encouragement and undertaken in the name of Jesus – and say: gee, maybe saying “turn the other cheek” backfires, makes all violence seem equally sinful, and therefore opens the gate to truly horrific behavior?

I’m not endorsing that view – I’m just saying that there are perfectly logical arguments that can be made that completely reverse the Christian apologetic claim that because Jesus preached non-violence and Muhammad (like Moses) led an army, therefore Christian civilization is inherently less-violent than Muslim (or Jewish?) civilization. Obviously, if you’re a Christian, you’ll find a Christian apologetic argument congenial. But that doesn’t mean it has analytical value.

For that matter, the United States was founded by genocidal racist slave-trading colonialists. Does that mean the Constitution is essentially and irredeemably racist? Isn’t that where the “bad book” theory logically leads?

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/millma...

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#893257 Apr 25, 2013
The Boy Messiah strikes another blow for Islam. His boy, Racist Eric Holder sticks his brown-nose where it doesn't belong once again.

http://tinyurl.com/d8pm68t

Allah Akbar and Praise the Boy Messiah.
nobamaredux

Mahomet, IL

#893258 Apr 25, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
Occupy has a new target: the National Rifle Association. Check this out: http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/04/o... "Demonstrators protesting the US Senate's inaction on gun violence gathered in Washington's McPherson Park on Thursday before marching to the front doors of five lobbying firms that have worked on behalf of the National Rifle Association. The payments those firms received from the NRA in 2012 were displayed on giant novelty checks that demonstrators held up for photo-ops in front of police officers guarding the entrances.
That wasn't the original plan, exactly. The protest's organizers, which included Occupy the NRA, Public Campaign, and CREDO*, had intended to drive a hearse full of caskets to the firms back on April 16. " Tell the U S Congress to stop working for the N.R.A.!
NRA - 1

Obama - 0
nobamaredux

Mahomet, IL

#893259 Apr 25, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
.... when a Christian “murders,” he acts in direct contravention of divine command. Fine: but what is murder? Is it “murder” to wage war to liberate the Holy Land? Or to obliterate the Cathars? Or to convert the Lithuanians? Or to reconquer Spain? I’m quite sure those who prosecuted those wars in the divine name would have been distinctly puzzled by the suggestion that their actions constituted murder – as opposed to justified killing. And, of course,“murder” is prohibited in every civilized society.
Meanwhile, it’s my people who wrote Psalm 137, a prayer for vengeance that ends with glee at the thought of dashing our enemies’ children’s brains on rocks. And yet, over the sweep of history since the rabbinic period, one would have to call the Jewish people among the least-prone to extreme inter-communal violence. We can debate the reasons for that historical fact, but what it should show at a minimum is that the syllogism,“violent texts are a primary cause of inter-communal violence,” needs some work.
Dreher and Sullivan alike are Christians. I’m not. They assume that Jesus’s call to “turn the other cheek” means that Christianity has acted as a historic brake on violence. As a Jew, I have to question that assumption. After all, the number of Christian countries in history that have been governed according to principles of non-violence is exactly zero. Someone from a religious tradition whose founding texts articulated rules about when violence is justified or permitted might look at the long history of Christian violence – not just violence by Christians, but violence undertaken with the Church’s encouragement and undertaken in the name of Jesus – and say: gee, maybe saying “turn the other cheek” backfires, makes all violence seem equally sinful, and therefore opens the gate to truly horrific behavior?
I’m not endorsing that view – I’m just saying that there are perfectly logical arguments that can be made that completely reverse the Christian apologetic claim that because Jesus preached non-violence and Muhammad (like Moses) led an army, therefore Christian civilization is inherently less-violent than Muslim (or Jewish?) civilization. Obviously, if you’re a Christian, you’ll find a Christian apologetic argument congenial. But that doesn’t mean it has analytical value.
For that matter, the United States was founded by genocidal racist slave-trading colonialists. Does that mean the Constitution is essentially and irredeemably racist? Isn’t that where the “bad book” theory logically leads?
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/millma...
Never compare a terrorist conspiracy like Islam to actual religions.
nobamaredux

Mahomet, IL

#893260 Apr 25, 2013
virginia wrote:
I want the presedent to run a nother term.
An armed and well-regulated militia will be necessary to remove the dictator from power following the expiration of his second term.
virginia

United States

#893261 Apr 25, 2013
And another thing why doesnt the presedent handle all the money payouts, do you know some people expect what is promised. If any one should handle this it should be batak oboma dilevering checks himself. To other contrys and senete take it from there. Does my presedent have no power geeeezzz..
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#893262 Apr 25, 2013
Obama (X)
Mitt Head(_)
virginia

United States

#893263 Apr 25, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
.... when a Christian “murders,” he acts in direct contravention of divine command. Fine: but what is murder? Is it “murder” to wage war to liberate the Holy Land? Or to obliterate the Cathars? Or to convert the Lithuanians? Or to reconquer Spain? I’m quite sure those who prosecuted those wars in the divine name would have been distinctly puzzled by the suggestion that their actions constituted murder – as opposed to justified killing. And, of course,“murder” is prohibited in every civilized society.
Meanwhile, it’s my people who wrote Psalm 137, a prayer for vengeance that ends with glee at the thought of dashing our enemies’ children’s brains on rocks. And yet, over the sweep of history since the rabbinic period, one would have to call the Jewish people among the least-prone to extreme inter-communal violence. We can debate the reasons for that historical fact, but what it should show at a minimum is that the syllogism,“violent texts are a primary cause of inter-communal violence,” needs some work.
Dreher and Sullivan alike are Christians. I’m not. They assume that Jesus’s call to “turn the other cheek” means that Christianity has acted as a historic brake on violence. As a Jew, I have to question that assumption. After all, the number of Christian countries in history that have been governed according to principles of non-violence is exactly zero. Someone from a religious tradition whose founding texts articulated rules about when violence is justified or permitted might look at the long history of Christian violence – not just violence by Christians, but violence undertaken with the Church’s encouragement and undertaken in the name of Jesus – and say: gee, maybe saying “turn the other cheek” backfires, makes all violence seem equally sinful, and therefore opens the gate to truly horrific behavior?
I’m not endorsing that view – I’m just saying that there are perfectly logical arguments that can be made that completely reverse the Christian apologetic claim that because Jesus preached non-violence and Muhammad (like Moses) led an army, therefore Christian civilization is inherently less-violent than Muslim (or Jewish?) civilization. Obviously, if you’re a Christian, you’ll find a Christian apologetic argument congenial. But that doesn’t mean it has analytical value.
For that matter, the United States was founded by genocidal racist slave-trading colonialists. Does that mean the Constitution is essentially and irredeemably racist? Isn’t that where the “bad book” theory logically leads?
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/millma...
so what is catholic? Cristian too we dont believe in killing, lieing stealing, and for me i dont believe in child malesters, i dont believe in brother and sister sleeping with each others boyfriends, I dont like family guy I also know its ok for me to fight just not kill
Kaitlin The Wolf Witch

El Monte, CA

#893264 Apr 25, 2013
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
What did I tell you about posting here, skank tranny? Take your cavernous vag and move it on down the line....
since when do you own topix creature ? Go tell that to your shameless buddy waxman, who posts all day here under your tax dollars.
Diane Sawyer

Pompano Beach, FL

#893265 Apr 25, 2013
Kaitlin The Wolf Witch wrote:
<quoted text> since when do you own topix creature ? Go tell that to your shameless buddy waxman, who posts all day here under your tax dollars.
You have been reported to the news authorities for committing drag posting from the nation's capital...For Real...we only report the real news...For Real.
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#893266 Apr 25, 2013
nobamaredux wrote:
<quoted text>
Never compare a terrorist conspiracy like Islam to actual religions.
Christianity is not a religion. it's bunch of superstitious crap written in book that pulls in the gullible so that it can feed it's self with their forever lost souls.

there's a very good reason that Christianity is the only religion with a secondary protagonist.
Kaitlin The Wolf Witch

El Monte, CA

#893267 Apr 25, 2013
Diane Sawyer wrote:
<quoted text> You have been reported to the news authorities for committing drag posting from the nation's capital...For Real...we only report the real news...For Real.
you will be reported for using a t.v news anchor name, we also report criminals.

Since: Nov 11

Westerville, OH

#893270 Apr 25, 2013
www.joelstrumpet.com

Well, surprise, surprise. It has now become quite clear that the two brothers who committed the terrorist attack in Boston this past week were not merely radical Muslims, but Mahdists as well. This is to say that at least part of their worldview was formed by Islamic eschatological expectation concerning the Mahdi. In a video posted on the now deceased Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s YouTube account, we are taught about “The promised emergence of the black flags from the promised land of Khorasan”. The black flags, as I discuss in my book, Islamic Antichrist, are a reference to Muslim armies that are prophesied to come from the region of North-east Iran / Afghanistan / Pakistan under the leadership of the Mahdi. According to the video, these armies are now forming and will soon march to Jerusalem to establish the seat of global Islamic leadership from the Temple Mount. Despite the desperate efforts of the mainstream / left-wing media to downplay the foundational nature of Islam in the Tsarnaez brother’s worldview and murderous acts, what has happened once again on American soil is clear. The Islamists have hit us again. Meanwhile, large portions of the Church are all too determined to believe in conspiratorial syncretistic / improvisational apocalyptic theories, yet the reality of what is coming is right in front of us. Turn on the TV. Radical Islam is not going away. Denying reality or hiding our heads in the sand will not delay the inevitable.

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