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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<quoted text> Libtard women don't care they will return to being treated worse than cattle. They will say it's their religion what can we do but if it was Christians doing it the screaming would be deafening. Libtards are hypocrites.
This from an idiot who abandoned his wife when she was having mental issues and was most vulnerable.

Do you ever think before making an ass of yourself??

Apparently not.
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I'll post from the Caribbean to you lib. As you know, I just came home from the U.K.
I have a job. I can retire now but I have a good job lib - and a pertfolio you would not comprehend garbage man. Sorry lib.
I'll try to post to you from the Caribean next week.
Cheers.
Not Surprized! ROTFLMAO!
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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>the white kids are doing heroin brought in by the moslems. Didn't you know? I290 in O'bama's Chicago is now called the Heroin Highway. Another great moslem story of how they damaged the fabric of America.
And the billionaires at Perdu Pharma are getting richer everyday hooking more people on oxycodone; legally.

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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text> It was GW Bush who forced Sadaam Hussein(a Shiite) from power in Iraq and opened the way for Sunnis' dominance in the Iraqi government. Iran is also a Sunnis-majority country.
WRONG--Saddam Hussein was a Sunni. Where do you pull this stuff out of? your ass?

PBS would be a trusted site for idiot liberals right?

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/2011/10/m...
IRAQ

"If you don't interfere with politics, then you are provided with a good life."
Muslim: 97 percent (60-65 percent Shiite, 32-37 percent Sunni)
Christian or other: 3 percent Total Population: 30.4 million (CIA World Factbook, July 2011 est.)
The Christian community in Iraq is one of the oldest in the region, dating back about 2,000 years, well before the introduction of Islam.

Since the start of the Iraq war in 2003, however, much the community has fled the country, diminishing its population within Iraq's borders by about half.

Under Saddam Hussein, Iraq was ruled by the Baath party, a secular government. Hussein himself was a Sunni Muslim; Sunni Muslims comprise about 35 percent of Iraqis.

Since Hussein's government was a minority government. Other minorities, including Christians, "felt much more protected under the Hussein regime than they do currently," says Brian Katulis of the Center for American Progress.

Now be a good Chap, Chump.... and tell the board you made up a whole post.
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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Low inventories and more demand should continue to drive up the price of houses. Buy now if you can afford to. I know most of us moderates and liberals all ready own homes, that's advice for the rightwingers who can barely form a coherent senetence and people like Carol wasting money on condo rent.
Any rapid rise in the price of homes will encourage people to once again use their home as a piggy bank, repeating the cycle when home values fall.

Buy a home if that's what you want as a place to live, but not as an investment.
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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>If the Taliban win and it doesn't look like it
didnt you know? the only War on Women is being fought in NYS with Democrat politicans harrassing women and breaking laws, but don't worry they'll make sure you can get a free abortion.

Spitzer, Weiner, Monserate, Smith...
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<quoted text>17 O'bamason candy card carrying children were shot in Chicago this weekend. No one is in custody. Al Sharpton isn't marching. Jesse Jackson isn't saying a word. And O'bama is claiming illegitimate father hood. Why is that?
Because you buttholes voted against Obama's preemptive efforts to make it harder to obtain illegal firearms &, you buttholes would only be in favor of law enforcement that would further target the ghetto even more than you buttholes ignore them financially! It's the case of the haves & the have nots. The haves don't understand a thing because they don't have a worry in the world &, the have nots have very little & are crammed in a small circumference where they have to fight to keep the little they do have. Kinda like the definition of hell!

Answer this question. Why are guns so easily accessible & even cheaper in the ghettos of America, where the majority of felons are from? Nobody in the ghettos own cargo ships to import them, yet they somehow find themselves in the hands of gang bangers & children 12yrs old in the ghettos! Meanwhile, you butt holes buy your children guns like toys & they eventually blow their own brains out. The balance of karma at it's finest!
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<quoted text>Insurance company shareholders are already praising Obama for the 'medical loss ratio' that forced Insurance CEOs to create more efficient and cost-effective ways of providing better quality healthcare products. A better company makes more profit and higher dividends for their shareholders too so its a win-win for owners of industry, workers and consumers.
Obamacare has not yet taken effect, so the costs have not yet occurred.

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John Galt wrote:
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The five top-selling models in California are all by Toyota and Honda.
Ford F-150 outsells Toyota Tundra and Honda Ridgeline about 50 to 1.

You remain an idiot. I note your talk about Detroit failure ended with your being proved dead wrong.

Bush and Obama deserve much credit for saving a major American Industry, esp. when idiots like Rmoney wanted to let them go under.

And you nitwits were dumb enough to think Rmoney could win.

The majority of Real Americans saw things differently.

Rmoney lies in the dustbin of history, where you live.

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John Galt wrote:
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The Tol-E-Bon have already won, accepting Obama's surrender.
Where did you receive that news from your copy of Mao's Little Red Book?'Declare a victory even in defeat' ON THE PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC DICTATORSHIP
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Thanks for proving the point
You're welcome.

What point?

You read books to learn about current events?

I must have missed something.
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Excuse me, you've got it backwards.
Saddam was a Sunni, the Shiites are now in power, thanks to Bush.
Iran is a Shiite state, so Bush did Iran a big favor.
The civil war was postponed, but will happen in Iraq. Right after Syria.
Bush opened Pandora's Box, and we will all suffer the consequences for his blunders.
ocean's healing, we are who we have been waiting for, the peace prize, the "arab spring," when's it going to work for Obama. oh yeah, he's been busy apologizing AGAIN even with what happened in Boston and London.

'After listening to Prof. Obama’s televised lecture about the end of the War on Terror, I realized that as a good student that I should correctly interpret the horrific beheading of a British soldier in London as:

a) violent but simple street crime,

b) an act by mentally deranged persons whose jihadi rants are not meaningful or

c) a violent protest against a military charity.

It had absolutely nothing to do with radical Islam, jihad or terrorism, as it was not an act by Al Qaeda — which has been so crippled by our President.

There is no longer any need for a War on Terror, only simple law enforcement and judicial responses to simple crimes.

I am so glad that I have been properly educated in interpreting such events correctly. Do I get an “A” for this essay, professor?'

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/28-tornado...

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John Galt wrote:
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The five top-selling models in California are all by Toyota and Honda.
Built in Kentucky and Ohio...what's your point?
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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>Insurance company shareholders are already praising Obama for the 'medical loss ratio' that forced Insurance CEOs to create more efficient and cost-effective ways of providing better quality healthcare products. A better company makes more profit and higher dividends for their shareholders too so its a win-win for owners of industry, workers and consumers.
The medical loss ratio is a trivial issue, a little red meat for fools like you.

And it hurts insurance company shareholders.
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<quoted text>Low inventories and more demand should continue to drive up the price of houses. Buy now if you can afford to. I know most of us moderates and liberals all ready own homes, that's advice for the rightwingers who can barely form a coherent senetence and people like Carol wasting money on condo rent.
Especially low inventories...they are bull-dozing liberal utopias. What a shame. I own a house, but not in the United States. Who knows the way O'bama is going, it is a safe bet to be in a third world country that is up and coming, instead of an Exceptional country that once was.
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<quoted text> Because you buttholes voted against Obama's preemptive efforts to make it harder to obtain illegal firearms &, you buttholes would only be in favor of law enforcement that would further target the ghetto even more than you buttholes ignore them financially! It's the case of the haves & the have nots. The haves don't understand a thing because they don't have a worry in the world &, the have nots have very little & are crammed in a small circumference where they have to fight to keep the little they do have. Kinda like the definition of hell!
Answer this question. Why are guns so easily accessible & even cheaper in the ghettos of America, where the majority of felons are from? Nobody in the ghettos own cargo ships to import them, yet they somehow find themselves in the hands of gang bangers & children 12yrs old in the ghettos! Meanwhile, you butt holes buy your children guns like toys & they eventually blow their own brains out. The balance of karma at it's finest!
Because most of the criminal element in society lives in the black ghetto, you fool, and they have absolutely no regard for human life.

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John Galt wrote:
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Obamacare has not yet taken effect, so the costs have not yet occurred.
The Obamacare Shock

""No doubt there will be problems, as there are with any large new government initiative, and in this case, we have the added complication that many Republican governors and legislators are doing all they can to sabotage reform. Yet important new evidence — especially from California, the law’s most important test case — suggests that the real Obamacare shock will be one of unexpected success.

Before I can explain what the news means, I need to make a crucial point: Obamacare is a deeply conservative reform, not in a political sense (although it was originally a Republican proposal) but in terms of leaving most people’s health care unaffected. Americans who receive health insurance from their employers, Medicare or Medicaid — which is to say, the vast majority of those who have any kind of health insurance at all — will see almost no changes when the law goes into effect.

There are, however, millions of Americans who don’t receive insurance either from their employers or from government programs. They can get insurance only by buying it on their own, and many of them are effectively shut out of that market. In some states, like California, insurers reject applicants with past medical problems. In others, like New York, insurers can’t reject applicants, and must offer similar coverage regardless of personal medical history (“community rating”); unfortunately, this leads to a situation in which premiums are very high because only those with current health problems sign up, while healthy people take the risk of going uninsured.

Obamacare closes this gap with a three-part approach. First, community rating everywhere — no more exclusion based on pre-existing conditions. Second, the “mandate”— you must buy insurance even if you’re currently healthy. Third, subsidies to make insurance affordable for those with lower incomes.

Massachusetts has had essentially this system since 2006; as a result, nearly all residents have health insurance, and the program remains very popular. So we know that Obamacare — or, as some of us call it, ObamaRomneyCare — can work.

Skeptics argued, however, that Massachusetts was special: it had relatively few uninsured residents even before the reform, and it already had community rating. What would happen elsewhere? In particular, what would happen in California, where more than a fifth of the nonelderly population is uninsured, and the individual insurance market is largely unregulated? Would there be “sticker shock” as the price of individual policies soared?

Well, the California bids are in — that is, insurers have submitted the prices at which they are willing to offer coverage on the state’s newly created Obamacare exchange. And the prices, it turns out, are surprisingly low. A handful of healthy people may find themselves paying more for coverage, but it looks as if Obamacare’s first year in California is going to be an overwhelmingly positive experience.""

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/27/opinion/kru... ;

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Hey Nobraina!! You're about to lose on yet another issue.

But you're used to it. You've been a loser all you're miserable life.

Just the facts, maam. LOL

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John Galt wrote:
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Obamacare has not yet taken effect, so the costs have not yet occurred.
Where have you been in a coma since March 23,2010? Check this out: http://www.whitehouse.gov/healthreform/health...
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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text> Obama is leaving behind behind a well-trained and heavily armed Afghanistan defense force whereas Bush43 just tore out of Iraq after blowing it to smithereens and removing the one major obstacle (Hussein)to the take over of the Iraqi government by Sunnis ---Iran is also a powerful Sunnis neighbor right next door.
Iran is overwhelmingly Shia, Iraq is majority Shia, Syria's so called ruling class are Shia. The rest of the Arab world__Muslim world actually is overwhelmingly Sunni factions.

Someone described Islam as a delicate Mosaic__in reality it's a fractured f'd up mess and confusing to follow along with. Bashar al-Assad of Syria is a Shiite of the Alawite variety which consumes alcohol. Who knew eh?

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