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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You used to be in the "don't want to have a clue" category but, with this post, you're officially in the "tools" category.
We now have a simple system to make categorizing easier.
Well, you must fall into the 'hypocrite' category.

You make a challenge....

I responded and challenged you with the same question....

You runaway....
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In the spirit of full disclosure, Jean from Queens is Jewish.
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<quoted text>'I'm an Obamabot' said the Yeahoo.'Don't cut my food stamps or welfare payments, or I will be forced to beg', "Poor pitiful me"?
lol! At least I don't claim somethings in the US Constitution but can't find it.....

... like you son!

You should try and see how 'common defense' works.
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When the IRS targeted liberals
Under George W. Bush, it went after the NAACP, Greenpeace and even a liberal church
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"While few are defending the Internal Revenue Service for targeting dozens of conservative groups, there are two critical pieces of context missing from the conventional wisdom on the “scandal.” First, at least from what we know so far, the groups were not targeted in a political vendetta — but rather were executing a makeshift enforcement test (an ugly one, mind you) for IRS employees tasked with separating political groups not allowed to claim tax-exempt status, from bona fide social welfare organizations. Employees are given almost zero official guidance on how to do that, so they went after Tea Party groups because those seemed like they might be political. Keep in mind, the commissioner of the IRS at the time was a Bush appointee.
The second is that while this is the first time this kind of thing has become a national scandal, it’s not the first time such activity has occurred.
“I wish there was more GOP interest when I raised the same issue during the Bush administration, where they audited a progressive church in my district in what look liked a very selective way,” California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff said on MSNBC Monday.“I found only one Republican,[North Carolina Rep. Walter Jones], that would join me in calling for an investigation during the Bush administration. I’m glad now that the GOP has found interest in this issue and it ought to be a bipartisan concern.”
The well-known church, All Saints Episcopal in Pasadena, became a bit of a cause célèbre on the left after the IRS threatened to revoke the church’s tax-exempt status over an anti-Iraq War sermon the Sunday before the 2004 election.“Jesus [would say],‘Mr. President, your doctrine of preemptive war is a failed doctrine,’” rector George Regas said from the dais.
The church, which said progressive activism was in its “DNA,” hired a powerful Washington lawyer and enlisted the help of Schiff, who met with the commissioner of the IRS twice and called for a Government Accountability Office investigation, saying the IRS audit violated the First Amendment and was unduly targeting a political opponent of the Bush administration.“My client is very concerned that the close coordination undertaken by the IRS allowed partisan political concerns to direct the course of the All Saints examination,” church attorney Marcus Owens, who is widely considered one of the country’s leading experts on this area of the law, said at the time. In 2007, the IRS closed the case, decreeing that the church violated rules preventing political intervention, but it did not revoke its nonprofit status."
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Bet you nitwits saw nothing wrong with Bush using the IRS to go after his enemies list.
All you are is hypocrites and racists.
Your addiction and obsession for Bush is an ardent interest of pursuit you idiot... I wish someone had an answer to your deranged addiction to reality you clown.
The economy sucks, unemployment is high, terrorists are becoming bolder, IRS is Gestapo, the government is scandal-ridden with criminal democrats, and Obama bin Lying is responsible...

LMFAO...I'm lovin' it!!

Defending the IRS and a sellout Obama bin Lying is an excellent campaign strategy you idiot in 2014, recommended for all democrats you deranged nitwit.

It's the culture...

nuculur using his "I am an idiot" defense...
It's the culture...

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Sure. Just like Joplin, MO, which is still in ruins years after the Tornado they suffered.
Do you ever say anything that makes sense??
So far, I haven't seen it.
Hey Dilbert the Joplin tornado was May 22 2012. Years! What a spaz!!!

"By July 22, the city had issued 1,700 building permits for reconstruction, as it simultaneously builds a mobile home park for storms survivors along Highway 171, north of downtown. Christened Jeff Taylor Field for a Kansas-city area police officer killed who died after suffering wounds during storm cleanup efforts,it will soon have 500 homes."

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<quoted text>These liberals oppose your belief and right to bear arms: Hitler, Castro, Stalin, Amin, Lenin, Mao, Chavez, Obama. Who do you trust dummy?
The economy sucks, unemployment is high, terrorists are becoming bolder, IRS is Gestapo, the government is scandal-ridden with criminal democrats, and Obama bin Lying is responsible...
AND all you can do nitwit is cry and whine like a dumbass and look like a deranged idiot... LMFAO...I'm lovin' it!!
nuculur using his "I am an idiot" defense...
It's the culture...
first classifying Hitler, Stalin, Amin, Lenin, Mao as liberal is really really pretty friggin stupid.

Next, Hitler actually relaxed gun control laws

Unfortunately for LaPierre et al., the notion that Hitler confiscated everyone’s guns is mostly bogus. And the ancillary claim that Jews could have stopped the Holocaust with more guns doesn’t make any sense at all if you think about it for more than a minute.

University of Chicago law professor Bernard Harcourt explored this myth in depth in a 2004 article published in the Fordham Law Review. As it turns out, the Weimar Republic, the German government that immediately preceded Hitler’s, actually had tougher gun laws than the Nazi regime. After its defeat in World War I, and agreeing to the harsh surrender terms laid out in the Treaty of Versailles, the German legislature in 1919 passed a law that effectively banned all private firearm possession, leading the government to confiscate guns already in circulation. In 1928, the Reichstag relaxed the regulation a bit, but put in place a strict registration regime that required citizens to acquire separate permits to own guns, sell them or carry them.

The 1938 law signed by Hitler that LaPierre mentions in his book basically does the opposite of what he says it did.“The 1938 revisions completely deregulated the acquisition and transfer of rifles and shotguns, as well as ammunition,” Harcourt wrote. Meanwhile, many more categories of people, including Nazi party members, were exempted from gun ownership regulations altogether, while the legal age of purchase was lowered from 20 to 18, and permit lengths were extended from one year to three years.

http://www.salon.com/2013/01/11/stop_talking_...

Not sure where you get your info, but I'm guessing is Bizzaro world

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"Cause of the Crusades
The reason and cause of the crusades was a war between Christians and Moslems which centered around the city of Jerusalem and the Holy places of Palestine. The City of Jerusalem held a Holy significance to the Christian religion. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem commemorated the hill of crucifixion and the tomb of Christ's burial. Pilgrims throughout the Middle Ages made sacred pilgrimages to the Holy city of Jerusalem and the church. Although the city of Jerusalem was held by the Saracens the Christian pilgrims had been granted safe passage to visit the Holy city. In 1065 Jerusalem was taken by the Turks, who came from the kingdom of ancient Persia. 3000 Christians were massacred and the remaining Christians were treated so badly that throughout Christendom people were stirred to fight in crusades. These actions aroused a storm of indignation throughout Europe and awakened the desire to rescue the Holy Land from the grasp of the "infidel."
http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/cause-of-crusad...
Welcome back, Jason. Sorry for your family's loss. Hope all is well with you and yours.

BAck to Topix:

Crusades were religiously motivated campaigns conducted between the 11th and 16th centuries predominantly but not exclusively against Muslims in the Near East but also against pagans, heretics, and peoples under the ban of excommunication for a mixture of religious, economic, and political reasons. Their emblem was the cross—the term "crusade" is derived from the French term for taking up the cross. Many were from France and called themselves "Franks", which became the common term used by Muslims. Europeans had historically called the occupants of the Holy Land Saracens, and used this in a negative sense throughout the Crusades and often in European history books into the 20th century.

The crusaders were Christians from all over Western Europe under feudal rather than unified command. There were seven major and numerous minor Crusades against Muslim territories. Rivalries among both Christian and Muslim powers also led to alliances between religious factions against their opponents, such as the Christian alliance with the Islamic Sultanate of Rûm during the Fifth Crusade. When the last Christian stronghold in the Holy Land fell at Acre in 1291 there was no coherent response.

The Crusades had major political, economic, and social impact on western Europe. It resulted in a substantial weakening of the Christian Byzantine Empire, which fell several centuries later to the Ottoman Empire. The Reconquista, a long period of wars in Spain and Portugal (Iberia), where Christian forces reconquered the peninsula from Muslims, is closely tied to the Crusades."

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The lesson you folks miss is that the Muslims were the victors in the Crusades, which led to the Ottomans taking over much of Christian Europe later in history.

the Crusades were a failure for the Christians.

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"The Muslims had long fought among themselves, but they were finally united by Saladin, who created a single powerful state. Following his victory at the Battle of Hattin he easily overwhelmed the disunited crusaders in 1187 and retook Jerusalem on 29 September 1187 breached the walls. Terms were arranged and the city surrendered, with Saladin entering the city on 2 October 1187."
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Earlier this month, while planning a press conference with other lawmakers and tea party leaders in response to the Internal Revenue Service's unfair targeting of conservatives, Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann told Tea Party Patriots national coordinator Jenny Beth Martin that she longed to travel and speak to tea party groups more often than she had been able to recently.

At the time, Martin didn't think much of Bachmann's comment, which she said was just made in passing. As planned, Martin joined Bachmann and other tea-party-friendly lawmakers outside the U.S. Capitol building on May 16 to speak out against the federal tax collection agency's practices. The IRS controversy helped breathe some new life into the tea party movement by offering a fresh platform to rail against both its targeting of conservatives and its role in implementing the federal health care law.

Two weeks later, when Bachmann abruptly announced she would not seek re-election to her House seat, Martin suddenly remembered what Bachmann had told her. Perhaps she had been hinting at something?
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We'll see how many Billions Moore asks the Feds for.
Then your stupidity will be exposed for all to see, again.
You never grow tired of making an idiot out of yourself do you Nuculur?

It's the culture...
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We'll see how many Billions Moore asks the Feds for.
Then your stupidity will be exposed for all to see, again.
-Tea Party problems -

"Maybe she couldn't engage in a full-blown campaign at home and also spread the message in the way she is able to around the country," Martin told Yahoo News in an interview. "And also at the same time fight the battles on Capitol Hill. There's only so much a single person can do."

From the onset of the movement, Bachmann was one of the tea party's most prominent champions in Washington. She co-founded the House Tea Party Caucus in July 2010, spoke at rallies for groups around the country, introduced a bill to repeal President Barack Obama's health insurance overhaul immediately after it passed and embraced the tea party label during her short-lived run for president in 2012.

When Obama gave his first State of the Union address in 2011, Bachmann made waves by giving a televised "tea party response" in coordination with Tea Party Express. To many, she was (and is) the face of the tea party in the capital city.

Bachmann's decision to leave Congress came as an abrupt surprise to tea party coordinators, according to Martin and Tea Party Express Chairwoman Amy Kremer, two leaders of tea party groups that have worked closely with Bachmann since the movement's early days during Obama's first term. Bachmann was traveling in Russia and out of pocket when her video announcing the decision was posted online on Wednesday morning, leaving tea party leaders to draw their own conclusions about the reason for her departure.

Tea party organizers said they were disappointed by Bachmann's move, but they say they hope she will continue working with them when she leaves office. They also expressed hope that she will seek office again soon by running for Senate or launching another bid for the presidency.

"We have not heard the last of her," Kremer told Yahoo News. "Just because she's not seeking re-election for her congressional seat doesn't mean she won't run for higher office at some point. I still think she has a platform."

Kremer was quick to add that as a movement established to function without an identifiable leader, she does not anticipate that Bachmann's departure will mean the end of the tea party.

"She's been a strong and vocal voice for us, but the tea party movement is so diverse and there are so many people involved with different local groups, different national groups. The tea party movement is not focused on any one individual or any one organization," Kremer said. "The tea party movement is what it is because of the people who are out there across the country, not because of any one leader, whether it is a leader of an organization or somebody in the halls of Congress."

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"silly"
"All vets are mentally ill and government should prevent them from owning firearms". A quote from senator feinsten, as reported by Bert Prelutsky of the Los Angeles Times.
I would be willing to bet that you support feintein's stance.
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Eed, you are a liar.

What Feinsten said was that retired military should not be given a exemption for background checks because of cases of PTSD, etc.
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You Lincoln = Patrick are a shameless dumbass... LMFAO

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<quoted text> Hey Dilbert the Joplin tornado was May 22 2012. Years! What a spaz!!!
"By July 22, the city had issued 1,700 building permits for reconstruction, as it simultaneously builds a mobile home park for storms survivors along Highway 171, north of downtown. Christened Jeff Taylor Field for a Kansas-city area police officer killed who died after suffering wounds during storm cleanup efforts,it will soon have 500 homes."
Yes, years.

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On Sunday, May 22, 2011, an EF-5 tornado hit the city of Joplin, Mo., leaving an estimated 157 people dead.
The Joplin tornado is the deadliest single tornado since modern recordkeeping began in 1950 and is ranked as the 7th deadliest in U.S. history.

http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/2011_tornado_inf...

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Gotcha again, idiot. ROFLMAO

You're as bad at this as you are at figuring out stocks.

BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!

Try looking it up before making an ass of yourself, Flake!!

What say you, Spaz??
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Any special prosecutor appointed by Obama cannot be trusted.
It's like John Roberts, Kathy Harris and Jeb Bush giving George Bush the presidency.

Oh wait! They did!
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Welcome back, Jason. Sorry for your family's loss. Hope all is well with you and yours.
BAck to Topix:
Crusades were religiously motivated campaigns conducted between the 11th and 16th centuries predominantly but not exclusively against Muslims in the Near East but also against pagans, heretics, and peoples under the ban of excommunication for a mixture of religious, economic, and political reasons. Their emblem was the cross—the term "crusade" is derived from the French term for taking up the cross. Many were from France and called themselves "Franks", which became the common term used by Muslims. Europeans had historically called the occupants of the Holy Land Saracens, and used this in a negative sense throughout the Crusades and often in European history books into the 20th century.
The crusaders were Christians from all over Western Europe under feudal rather than unified command. There were seven major and numerous minor Crusades against Muslim territories. Rivalries among both Christian and Muslim powers also led to alliances between religious factions against their opponents, such as the Christian alliance with the Islamic Sultanate of Rûm during the Fifth Crusade. When the last Christian stronghold in the Holy Land fell at Acre in 1291 there was no coherent response.
The Crusades had major political, economic, and social impact on western Europe. It resulted in a substantial weakening of the Christian Byzantine Empire, which fell several centuries later to the Ottoman Empire. The Reconquista, a long period of wars in Spain and Portugal (Iberia), where Christian forces reconquered the peninsula from Muslims, is closely tied to the Crusades."
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The lesson you folks miss is that the Muslims were the victors in the Crusades, which led to the Ottomans taking over much of Christian Europe later in history.
the Crusades were a failure for the Christians.
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"The Muslims had long fought among themselves, but they were finally united by Saladin, who created a single powerful state. Following his victory at the Battle of Hattin he easily overwhelmed the disunited crusaders in 1187 and retook Jerusalem on 29 September 1187 breached the walls. Terms were arranged and the city surrendered, with Saladin entering the city on 2 October 1187."
Progress for you inbreds is when nuculur moves on from your siblings to his cousins!

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All government subsidies should be ended.
Work on that instead of trashing a retired President.
Technically, the military is a government subsidy.

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<quoted text> Hey Dilbert the Joplin tornado was May 22 2012. Years! What a spaz!!!
"By July 22, the city had issued 1,700 building permits for reconstruction, as it simultaneously builds a mobile home park for storms survivors along Highway 171, north of downtown. Christened Jeff Taylor Field for a Kansas-city area police officer killed who died after suffering wounds during storm cleanup efforts,it will soon have 500 homes."
My mistake. The story was from May 22 2012. The tornado was 2011 but still rebuilding started immediately as Dilbert's piece above confirms..
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first classifying Hitler, Stalin, Amin, Lenin, Mao as liberal is really really pretty friggin stupid.
Next, Hitler actually relaxed gun control laws
Unfortunately for LaPierre et al., the notion that Hitler confiscated everyone’s guns is mostly bogus. And the ancillary claim that Jews could have stopped the Holocaust with more guns doesn’t make any sense at all if you think about it for more than a minute.
University of Chicago law professor Bernard Harcourt explored this myth in depth in a 2004 article published in the Fordham Law Review. As it turns out, the Weimar Republic, the German government that immediately preceded Hitler’s, actually had tougher gun laws than the Nazi regime. After its defeat in World War I, and agreeing to the harsh surrender terms laid out in the Treaty of Versailles, the German legislature in 1919 passed a law that effectively banned all private firearm possession, leading the government to confiscate guns already in circulation. In 1928, the Reichstag relaxed the regulation a bit, but put in place a strict registration regime that required citizens to acquire separate permits to own guns, sell them or carry them.
The 1938 law signed by Hitler that LaPierre mentions in his book basically does the opposite of what he says it did.“The 1938 revisions completely deregulated the acquisition and transfer of rifles and shotguns, as well as ammunition,” Harcourt wrote. Meanwhile, many more categories of people, including Nazi party members, were exempted from gun ownership regulations altogether, while the legal age of purchase was lowered from 20 to 18, and permit lengths were extended from one year to three years.
http://www.salon.com/2013/01/11/stop_talking_...
Not sure where you get your info, but I'm guessing is Bizzaro world
Hitler actually relaxed gun control laws for Nazis only..

The American Indians and Jews gave up their guns, turned in their weapons, big and more government took care of the Indians on reservations and preserves and Hitler took care of and gassed the Jews...

YOU Neo-Nazis opposed the Invasion of Iraq. You Neo-Nazi liberals support any Arab country because they all oppose Israel and support exterminating the Jews you idiot

These liberals oppose your belief and right to bear arms: Hitler, Castro, Stalin, Amin, Lenin, Mao, Chavez, Obama. Who do you trust dummy?

It's the culture...
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When the IRS targeted liberals
Under George W. Bush, it went after the NAACP, Greenpeace and even a liberal church
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Bet you nitwits saw nothing wrong with Bush using the IRS to go after his enemies list.
All you are is hypocrites and racists.
cut a bit of yours :)
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Apple AAPL -0.4%‘s decision to hire Lisa Jackson[THUG], former head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, to help oversee the company’s green initiatives was a “bold move” that should help boost its environmental track record, according to Greenpeace.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/connieguglielmo/2...

The Daily Caller has obtained an internal “report of violence in the workplace” notifying top officials at the Environmental Protection Agency about the abusive behavior of a political appointee close to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson.

http://dailycaller.com/2012/06/20/union-deman...

Today’s EPA, led by another of obama’s marxist thugs, Lisa ”FAT-FINGERED, DOUBLE-WIDE SLOB” Jackson, has done more to destroy food security and safety in this Nation than any other individual or entity in the history of the world.

Does this not concern you?

http://twg2a.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/marxist...

Preaching and Politics at All Saints Episcopal Church, Pasadena, California

[3] All Saints Church has refused to acknowledge wrongdoing as demanded by the IRS as a condition of the end to their investigation. Like any church or other nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3), All Saints is required to comply with a number of that law's restrictions as a condition of retaining its tax-exempt status, including that law's political campaign ban.

>>-> That ban forbids 501(c)(3) organizations directly or indirectly to "participate in, or intervene in.... any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for public office." <-<<

It extends to candidates for any public office at any level, and to oral as well as written statements if they are "on behalf of or in opposition to" a candidate.

http://www.elca.org/What-We-Believe/Social-Is...
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What was CNN thinking when they hired Jeff Zucker, the man that single handily destroyed MSNBC to the point it now falls behind HLN in ratings to head them?
The body isn't even cold yet and you're back, or are you posting from the cemetary?

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