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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sonicfilter

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Whatever wrote:
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It is a common abbreviation
i know what it means. how it applies to the point you were trying to make doesn't seem to make sense.

i mean...who is it that gets all emotional about gay marriage? who is it that gets all emotional about guns? who is that gets all emotional, to the point of killing doctors, about abortion?

the current brand of conservative lives to whine and cry. if there was a Constitutional amendment against whining and crying you all would be whining and crying about that!
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DID YOU KNOW

In 2006 some seed farms filed a suit against Monsanto.

Monsanto lost the case.

Monsanto appealed.

Monsanto lost again.

Monsanto v. Geertson Seed Farms

Monsanto took the appeal to the Supreme Court.

A Supreme Court Justice in the case was Clarence Thomas.

Monsanto won, and the lower courts' decisions were overturned.

By the way, Clarence Thomas is a former Monsanto attorney.

He did NOT recuse himself...

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martinezjosei wrote:
Obama taxing the Internet because of "fairness" not for "new revenue"!
And you Liberals believe him, LOL!!!
The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the Marketplace Equity Act of 2011, although it is unclear whether the bill has a chance of coming to the floor in the final months of this election year. Collecting taxes on Internet retail sales could raise $20 billion a year for cash-strapped states and municipalities, the nation’s governors estimate.

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, a Republican who said he does not believe in tax hikes, testified in support of the bill, saying it’s about “collecting taxes already owed.”

The National Retail Federation, which supports the bill, says online sales taxes would help fight the growing problem of “showrooming,” in which a customer goes to a store, checks out a product and then buys it online to save money, including tax.""

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The National Retail Federation is a Repugnant group, just like the Chamber of Commerce.

The whole idea of taxing internet sales has been a Repugnant idea from the start.

The taxes are State and local, not Federal, you nitwit!!
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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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Lol
Lots of liquor
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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>I went there already, loser, and copyright infringement was not shown...Find the link; show the quotation; cite it or GTFO.
You just clicked on the first page, loser, and yes all sites are liable to protect their site from someone violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Now go back and read the whole policy.
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RealDave wrote:
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Consider this.
Would you rather of 50% of $1000 or 45% of $1200.
RealDave consider this if we use the Liberals new description of a Job ‘Welfare/Dependency’ you’re correct!! Since Obama took office 5.4 million Americans sign up for disability, Welfare soars 32% in four years now that’s what Liberals/Democrats call Job Creation!!
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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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I'm 58 and I agree. I give you a heart.
waist measurement
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We have too many outrage pimps on both sides of the aisle whipping the respective bases into a frenzy and fury against the other side. I don’t have enough time or energy to be outraged about it all. There are things to be outraged by, but not everything, and certainly not with full energy dedicated to every perceived slight and grievance.

What I am finding is that among conservatives there is too much outrage, piss, and vinegar. It makes our ideas less effective. We have become humorless, angry opponents of the President instead of happy warriors selling better ideas. We are not even selling ideas.

Conservatives, frankly, have become purveyors of outrage instead of preachers for a cause. Instead of showing how increasing government harms people, how free markets help people, and how conservative policies benefit all Americans, we scream “Benghazi” and “Fast & Furious.”

We’re off key and off message. We’ve become professional victims dialed up to 10 on the outrage meter. Who the hell wants to listen to conservatives whining and moaning all the time about the outrage du jour? Seriously? Mitt Romney ran a campaign on just how bad things are, but he was rejected by a majority of Americans who felt like he really did not care about them and really had no plans to improve their lives.

Bitching about Benghazi doesn’t do that either.

Be mad at me if you need to. Feel free to express your moral outrage and indignity at me. But then shut up and focus on convincing people not that the President of the United States duly elected by a majority of the American people is a traitor willfully trying to destroy the country, but that our policies will allow people to make the most of their lives and not be dependent on the rising and falling fortunes of Washington, D.C.

Be happy. The anger is unbecoming of the party of Lincoln and Reagan.

And if you must be angry, don’t be angry at a President doing what he set out to do, be angry at a Republican Establishment not doing ... well ... much of anything.

http://www.redstate.com/2013/01/20/the-loyal-...

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I will let Topix discuss it with you
Jason gets his butt whupped by Leo and threatens her with the TOPIX Police!! HAHAHAHAHA

What a weakling. If you can't debate, you can threaten, eh weasel boy??

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You just clicked on the first page, loser, and yes all sites are liable to protect their site from someone violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Now go back and read the whole policy.
The fairy man again threatens other posters.

This is really funny!!

Leosnana whips Jason's ass, and all he can do is complain about a picture in her avatar.

I thought you were here to talk politics, Weasel boy.

Oh, that's right, you're too stupid for that. So you make stupid 'demands' of others, and threaten some with violations of TOS.

So what?? Topix doesn't give a crap, you have nothing but stupidity gooing for you.

But that's why you run away for months at a time, hoping we'll forget what a moron you are when you return.

Didn't work, did it?? You've been made to look the fool by a large variety of other posters.

You do get support from your fellow sockpuppets, which is also a violation of the TOS.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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i know what it means. how it applies to the point you were trying to make doesn't seem to make sense.
i mean...who is it that gets all emotional about gay marriage? who is it that gets all emotional about guns? who is that gets all emotional, to the point of killing doctors, about abortion?
the current brand of conservative lives to whine and cry. if there was a Constitutional amendment against whining and crying you all would be whining and crying about that!
It was used appropriately. Think of it as being age appropriate responses. Screaming Liar every post is low on the EQ scale. Non-stop name calling is low on the EQ scale.
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Nuculur option wrote:
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This group of females are all family members, aren't they??
It would fit. With an idiot like you in the family, figures they'd
be as brain dead.
Hope you caught the White House correspondents dinner! President Obama was hilarious!

"I'm not the strapping young socialist i used to be",!!

"I've got 99 problems and now JayZ is one of them"

A photo of him with bangs!

"The history channel not here, maybe because of that whole devil thing"

"Sheldon Adelson would have been better off offering me $100 million to drop out of the race"

"Why don't you get a drink with Mitch McConnel! Really? Why don't you get a drink with him?'

"Marco Rubio hasn't even finished a single term in the Senate and thinks he's ready to be President, kids these days"

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Very few places store amonium nitrate because of all the federal regulations on it you fruit loop. Calufornia is highly regulated and thing still go boom here stupid.
Name one that comes close to what happened in West, TX.

Betcha can't.

TX has no regulations. The planrt in West hadn't been inspected by the State since 2006.

Now they have a crater where a town used to be.

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Diane Sawyer wrote:
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WAXTURD!! ROFLMAO!!
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DID YOU KNOW
In 2006 some seed farms filed a suit against Monsanto.
Monsanto lost the case.
Monsanto appealed.
Monsanto lost again.
Monsanto v. Geertson Seed Farms
Monsanto took the appeal to the Supreme Court.
A Supreme Court Justice in the case was Clarence Thomas.
Monsanto won, and the lower courts' decisions were overturned.
By the way, Clarence Thomas is a former Monsanto attorney.
He did NOT recuse himself...
Monsanto owns congress__see the Agent Orange hearings.

Worry about problems you can grasp pal__like sinkholes and Canadian ewes.
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I will let Topix discuss it with you
Gunner returns to his past of beating up women on the Ct pd
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Jason gets his butt whupped by Leo and threatens her with the TOPIX Police!! HAHAHAHAHA
What a weakling. If you can't debate, you can threaten, eh weasel boy??
He needs a binkie and his Sarah Palin blankly

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<quoted text>I'm thirty-seven, and I voted for Obama because I've never lost my humanity. Most of my friends and I intend to keep it that way.
Maybe you can start showing us this "humanity".
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The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the Marketplace Equity Act of 2011, although it is unclear whether the bill has a chance of coming to the floor in the final months of this election year. Collecting taxes on Internet retail sales could raise $20 billion a year for cash-strapped states and municipalities, the nation’s governors estimate.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, a Republican who said he does not believe in tax hikes, testified in support of the bill, saying it’s about “collecting taxes already owed.”
The National Retail Federation, which supports the bill, says online sales taxes would help fight the growing problem of “showrooming,” in which a customer goes to a store, checks out a product and then buys it online to save money, including tax.""
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The National Retail Federation is a Repugnant group, just like the Chamber of Commerce.
The whole idea of taxing internet sales has been a Repugnant idea from the start.
The taxes are State and local, not Federal, you nitwit!!
Are you still here?

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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Thus the George W Bush inspired housing bubble of 2003-2007.
That's the biggest bunch of hooey you ever posted.

In 1999, Fannie Mae came under pressure from the Clinton administration to expand mortgage loans to low and moderate income borrowers by increasing the ratios of their loan portfolios in distressed inner city areas designated in the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977.

Additionally, institutions in the primary mortgage market pressed Fannie Mae to ease credit requirements on the mortgages it was willing to purchase, enabling them to make loans to subprime borrowers at interest rates higher than conventional loans.

The New York Times reported that same year that "Fannie Mae is taking on significantly more risk which may...run into trouble in an economic downturn prompting a government rescue."

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