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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Jimmy wrote:
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You are one of the idiots that thinks Wall Street hangs on who the president is?
Get a clue, DumbocRAT.
By the way, your 401K won't do you much good if you get sick and the health care system is broken. You will have nobody to blame except yourself.
Really??

So why did it collapse on Bush's watch, and has more than doubled under Obama's watch.

You can change your name, but you're still a moron, Waxturd!!

Waxturd's Ivy League sonpuppet!! ROTFLMAO!!

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Geithner and Summers were appointed in the young President Obama's first term --they were experienced economic advisers with detailed knowledge of Wall Street and the failures of deregulation that led to the mortgage and banking crises under Bush W.(if Obama had not included centrist moderates Geithner & Summers , it would had been irresponsible.( Bernanke was appointed by Bush in 2006 ; renominated by Obama in 2010--but you haven't shown a single scrap of evidence of wrongdoing or malfeasance in office by Bernanke(actually Bernanke has been one of the most severe critics of Republican austerity measures --"More strikingly, for all the stereotypes of Europe as a liberal haven, the United States actually hewed closer to the activist, Keynesian responses advocated by the American left-wing than did European policy makers:

Germany’s insistence that indebted Mediterranean countries cut government spending deepened recessions in those nations.[...]

[The United States Federal Reserve was] far more aggressive than the European Central Bank, quicker to drop interest rates to zero and pump money into the economy, buying government debt and other bonds. Fiscal stimulus — an initial $800 billion package in 2009 followed by about $600 billion in payroll tax cuts and other efforts — was bigger and more sustained than in other advanced countries. Banks in the United States were forced to raise billions in new capital, which allowed them to cope with the turbulent financial markets better than their European peers.[...]

Today, most economists say they believe that these policies provided vital support to the economy. In its most recent World Economic Outlook, published this month, the I.M.F. acknowledged that the fiscal stimulus was probably much more effective at bolstering growth than it had previously allowed." http://thinkprogress.org/economy/2012/10/17/1... Obama's appointments for his second term too. Allan Kroeger(ecological economics and Happiness Index (G.P.I. advocate), Gina McCarthy(one of the toughest , but considered fair , advocates of stronger fossil fuel greenhouse emissions controls , efficiency standards for U S power plants , recycling and actualizing effective guidelines for transitioning to a energy renewables -no growth economy. Also, check out Obama's new appointment Melvin Watt!Check this out: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/02/business/ob...

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Oh lookie - the nutjob is here!
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Funny you don't have anything to say as marked indices hit record highs!!
You must be ashamed of yourself for being dead wrong for over four years now.
I note you haven't a word to say when th emarket hits new highs.
When the market goes down, you're all over it like a cheap suit!!
Housing is improving by leaps and bounds, the economy is humming, all in spite of Repugnant attempts (sequester) to destroy the economy and blame it on Obama.
You lost. Rmoney lost. Your side if filled with lying losers like Waxturds!!
Looks like Obamanation got kicked off Topix for his disgusting rants the other day.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Waxturd and puppets are next.
Yeah by me. The same way I got rid of that other clown.

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South Carolina bill would make it a crime to implement ObamaCare
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/05/03/so...
I knew I liked South Carolina!
F R E E D O M (FROM TYRANY/DEMOCRATS)!!!
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Homer 2016

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<quoted text> actually you are fairly close. What will happen, say in the next ten years, is you will be standing in your kitchen and say 'order groceries'. You say what you need and then say 'place order'. Robots in a warehouse will load your order onto a vehicle where a robot will drive it to your house where your robot will unload, unpack, and store each according to it's need. Of course this will be only for special orders. Your house will monitor your regular food supplies and automatically reorder when you get low.
But in 30 years you will just tell the replicator (3D printer) what you want to eat and it will make it. what you
I can definitely see that happening, by then the unemplyment rate will be about 25% and with all that automation will be expected. Who knows with more and more technology there may be a time when very few people actually work for a living.

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The bill, approved Wednesday by a vote of 65-39, declares President Obama's signature legislation "null and void."
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/05/03/so...
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<quoted text> actually you are fairly close. What will happen, say in the next ten years, is you will be standing in your kitchen and say 'order groceries'. You say what you need and then say 'place order'. Robots in a warehouse will load your order onto a vehicle where a robot will drive it to your house where your robot will unload, unpack, and store each according to it's need. Of course this will be only for special orders. Your house will monitor your regular food supplies and automatically reorder when you get low.
But in 30 years you will just tell the replicator (3D printer) what you want to eat and it will make it. what you
We'll be dead by then. Robots already fill orders at Amazon.

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It is an excellent way to get the freeloaders to move out of state!
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<quoted text> actually you are fairly close. What will happen, say in the next ten years, is you will be standing in your kitchen and say 'order groceries'. You say what you need and then say 'place order'. Robots in a warehouse will load your order onto a vehicle where a robot will drive it to your house where your robot will unload, unpack, and store each according to it's need. Of course this will be only for special orders. Your house will monitor your regular food supplies and automatically reorder when you get low.
But in 30 years you will just tell the replicator (3D printer) what you want to eat and it will make it. what you
Will the replicator make my flying car?

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There are kids starving in africa and homers crusade is to drive walmart out of business.
Isn't WalMart the largest private employer in the United States?
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Anyone want to bet the Democrat controlled states lose more people and congressional seats next Census?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_co...
Homer is worried about Walmart. Normal people want to leave Homer's state altogether. Eventually, the Democrats will resort to cannibalism.
Liberalism is a mental disorder.
So Gunner,
where did that kid get the gun to kill his sister?

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Good morning, phag!! Let us know when the tickets for your live embalming go on sale, love to attend!!
Polaris???

The bike for weak 110lb. nerds who aren't manly enough for a Harley!!

BWAHAHAHAHAHA
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This dope will believe anything except global warming being man made.
Homer must love your name. He's a typical greedy selfish Democrat.
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Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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In his book, "Dreams From My Father," Obama indicated he hadn't always been an academic star. Even academic stars don't get into Harvard.
In a Columbia Newsletter's article about Obama's life: "Obama wrote letters to community organizations all around the country asking for a job but received no positive responses for six months until landing a job with a nonprofit in Chicago where he worked in low-income neighborhoods for 3 years."
From there, the timeline went straight to: "In his late 20s, Obama attended Harvard Law School where he received national publicity when he became the first African-American president of Harvard Law Review."
Something is missing - from community organizer for three years after not finding a job for six months to Harvard Law School.
One would naturally think that if he had the grades at Columbia, he wouldn't have had any trouble finding a job. Yet he got into Harvard.
Doesn't the missing piece in this timeline puzzle you too?
what's puzzling is that BS like that has survived for 5 years without anyone being able to 'answer' it.

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An intelligent person who disagreed would offer data to support his views.
All you offer is stupid comments. Homer was right, you're just ignorant.
Proof again that you're a nitwit.
Not that we needed it. You prove it daily.
Only an idiot would look for data to refute this statement

"Walmart is destroying the very fabric of our nation"

I called it what it is, silly.

Libturds have no common sense.

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<quoted text> actually you are fairly close. What will happen, say in the next ten years, is you will be standing in your kitchen and say 'order groceries'. You say what you need and then say 'place order'. Robots in a warehouse will load your order onto a vehicle where a robot will drive it to your house where your robot will unload, unpack, and store each according to it's need. Of course this will be only for special orders. Your house will monitor your regular food supplies and automatically reorder when you get low.
But in 30 years you will just tell the replicator (3D printer) what you want to eat and it will make it. what you
Maybe folks like Rmoney will have that. Not likely at all. It's all pie in the sky nonsense.

The capability will be there, but who can afford to have their groceries delivered?? Gas will be $10 a gallon in 10 years. DUH

Poor rednecks like you will still be cruising the aisles of Wally World and schlepping it home.

Carol will be on food stamps.

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<quoted text>Calm down, no need for insults.
Um honer, we're on topix, remember?

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It looks like Rush Limbaugh will be long gone from the air waves soon. How much longer will his big money sponsors tolerate Rush losing them millions of dollars? Clear Channel, the parent company of nationally boycotted radio host, Rush Limbaugh, is feeling the Bain – I mean the pain. "Wall Street Journal, May 3, 2012: CC Clear Channel …reported a loss of $203 million, versus a year-ago loss of $143.6 million.(The Limbaugh boycotts began last year in the first quarter) " Check this out: http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/05/03/1206...
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<quoted text> Isn't WalMart the largest private employer in the United States?
I might be if it were private.

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