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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TheIndependentMa jority

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I guess there weren't any schools in DC.
OMG did Bush go to sleep the night of 9-11? 9-12? OMG OMG
I believe there was something referenced in the historical transcripts of it all.

It's kind of what normal, humane, human type people allow for people to do.

You would assume something as DUHM as there not being any schools in DC.

Have you licked clean your appropriate jackboot heels today yet?

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There must have been an emergency indoctrination session to give out the party line excuses and lies. None of the usual Democrat frauds are here.
Get ready for a wave of new propaganda lies when they reappear.
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DBWriter wrote:
Americans think Bush was a better president than Obama.
You gotta know that makes the Democrats want to puke.
Time for a new prototypical type potus ...preferably one with some actual originality....something fresh, bold, new, innovative, real---with LEADERSHIP abilities derived of actual experience--- FOR the all the working class people-not just some!

Something different...'cause when anyone puts some of these latest piktures of the current opotus and the former gwpotus next to each other, there's just an uncanny resemblance. Kinda disenchanting--like loaves of stale light bread or wheat bread on the menus lol.

Maybe all the Hollyweird and whine toxins have just penetrated society too deeply now---time for a new inoculation AGAINST such!

CHRISTIE et al for POTUS 2016!

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Dave is a f*ckin' government union liquor store clerk, working the checkout register while insulting customers as trained.
I notice that the nation is full of those and they act just like emotionless automatons.
Quite a contrast from 20 years ago.

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John Galt wrote:
Stock market eroding, slowly but surely.
I see the same.
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The Dem Brain Trust of Yeah, lily and leo and all their socks will be arriving closely together shortly.
Herd pack, Noses to tails, in single-file lock step marching line order?

Feel free to send out the circus line approaching signal, so we independent type voters can side step the daily chit droppings of the lemming packs routine lol.
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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Where was O'bama during Benghazi. We knew where Bush was every second of the day-you libs made sure of that.
Was very easy to track Bush
He was either golfing or clearing brush on the ranch

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Dumbass dave just cringed from this ows trash endoresment.
LMAO! I saw that.
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what some already knew.....

Bush’s NSA Director: Obama Has Been More Transparent On Surveillance Than We Were

The man who served as the director of the National Security Agency under former President George W. Bush said Wednesday that President Barack Obama has been more transparent about top secret surveillance programs than his predecessor.

Gen. Michael Hayden, former NSA director, praised Obama for resuming those programs.

"We should just take a sense of satisfaction that what we were doing, once candidate Obama became President Obama, he saw that these were of great value and frankly, were being very carefully done," Hayden told CNN. "National security looks a little different from the Oval Office than it does from a hotel room in Iowa."

Hayden applauded Obama for making the details of the NSA's data collection available to members of Congress.

"Frankly, the Obama administration was more transparent about this effort than we were in the Bush administration," Hayden said. "I mean, they made this meta data collection activity available to all the members of Congress. Not just all the members of the intelligence committees."

http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/b...

FOXbot hypocrisy has been taking a beating lately.
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Sean Hannity sure has changed his tune.

The rambunctious Fox News host on Monday lashed into the Obama administration over the revelations of widespread Internet and phone surveillance by the National Security Agency, warning that "anarchy and tyranny will follow."

But back in 2006, when a similar NSA spying scandal was unearthed during President George W. Bush's administration, Hannity wasn't so concerned. He came out as a staunch defender of the NSA then, saying it was "staggering to me we are even debating the use of these techniques in this country even at this time."

Media Matters put together a mashup of Hannity's comments, comparing his position then and now. Watch the whole video above.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/12/sean...
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GOPIdiots wrote:
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Was very easy to track Bush
He was either golfing or clearing brush on the ranch
These fools on here are all like the Rainman, Benghazi, Benghazi, Benghazi.

Larry Flynt On Republicans: They're 'Mean-Spirited,''Racist' And 'A Nightmare'

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You really should let someone hold your hands before venturing out onto the stage, PdePoop. You're making an azz of your self.
I'm pretty convinced now that PDupont is just here to pull our leg.
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flack wrote:
Message seen at KFC. Hillary Special Two fat thighs, small breast and a left wing!
Oh really? Where was that?
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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These fools on here are all like the Rainman, Benghazi, Benghazi, Benghazi.
Larry Flynt On Republicans: They're 'Mean-Spirited,''Racist' And 'A Nightmare'
When did Larry have you as azzwhole of the month?

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TheIndependentMajority wrote:
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Time for a new prototypical type potus ...preferably one with some actual originality....something fresh, bold, new, innovative, real---with LEADERSHIP abilities derived of actual experience--- FOR the all the working class people-not just some!
Something different...'cause when anyone puts some of these latest piktures of the current opotus and the former gwpotus next to each other, there's just an uncanny resemblance. Kinda disenchanting--like loaves of stale light bread or wheat bread on the menus lol.
Maybe all the Hollyweird and whine toxins have just penetrated society too deeply now---time for a new inoculation AGAINST such!
CHRISTIE et al for POTUS 2016!
I like Andrew Napolitano. I think a good VP with him would be Paul Ryan. Normally, I would not favor a Libertarian in federal government, but we've gone so far I think that's what we need now.
A staunch constitutionalist as president, and a libertarian and vice president.
What do you think?
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Sean Hannity sure has changed his tune.
The rambunctious Fox News host on Monday lashed into the Obama administration over the revelations of widespread Internet and phone surveillance by the National Security Agency, warning that "anarchy and tyranny will follow."
But back in 2006, when a similar NSA spying scandal was unearthed during President George W. Bush's administration, Hannity wasn't so concerned. He came out as a staunch defender of the NSA then, saying it was "staggering to me we are even debating the use of these techniques in this country even at this time."
Media Matters put together a mashup of Hannity's comments, comparing his position then and now. Watch the whole video above.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/12/sean...
Must be the hairspray.
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Tea Party Groups Suing The IRS Never Suffered Any Harm

The most high profile of the cases is the one brought by uber-rightist legal publicity hound Jay Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice. He has assembled 25 Tea Party groups into an action seeking both administrative and financial relief. The problem is that he is suing under a provision that addresses cases where applicants were seeking tax-exempt status for donations (501c3), but whose applications were denied or delayed. However, 23 of the 25 plaintiffs were not seeking tax-exempt status at all. They were merely applying for non-profit status (501c4). Therefore, the delays (there were no denials) would not have harmed the organizations fundraising ability because they were never structured to give donors a tax break.

That is a significant discovery because these hoaxters have been whining for weeks that their efforts to raise money were hampered by the IRS actions. As it turns out, there was nothing stopping them raising funds other than the fact that most Americans were repulsed by their extremist, right-wing agenda.

In addition, the complaints of the Teabaggers reveal that the IRS had good cause to subject them to extra scrutiny. They openly admit their belief that the IRS actions contributed to the electoral losses of Mitt Romney and other Republicans who may have won if these groups were not hamstrung by bureaucracy. But not only was there nothing preventing them from engaging in their work, their admissions show that they were, in fact, political operatives and not entitled to preferential tax treatment.

So once again, reality has encroached on the designs of the Tea Party to position themselves as “social welfare” organizations with no political motives. From the start they were deeply entangled with the Republican Party and their mission was always to advance GOP candidates and policies. And now we see that they are abusing the legal system for undeserved relief and for, of course, publicity. Expect these cases to be dismissed in short order, after which the Teabaggers will bellow some nonsense about the liberal courts denying them justice.

http://www.newscorpse.com/ncWP/...
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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>You may be correct-O'bama is so trigger happy that he may have droned every plane in the sky.
Well he would not have continued to read for half an hour: here goat, here goateee!

"The planes transponders were turned off, we couldn't "see" them.

What? What? What?

So enemy jets are invisible to our TRILLION DOLLAR PER YEAR DEFENSES?

(unless they leave transponders on?)

Republicans: we got our war now! Yipeeeee!

Your kids are going to die and get maimed for life!

(Not ours!)

Republicans: unpatriotic selfish greedy warmongers hypocrites borrow $5 trillion useless scummmmmbaaaags traitors morrrrrooonnnnns idiots all greedy greedy greedy liars!
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Bill O’Reilly suddenly opposed to NSA surveillance he supported under Bush

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/06/11/bill-or...

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RealDave wrote:
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Dumbass Carol thinks the only way to get regime change is through all out invasion.
Supporting regime change is NOT supporting invasion.
My God you people are stupid
The point is Pelosi claimed "Bush lied."

According to her own assessment of the danger Saddam presented to us and the rest of the world, apparently he didn't.

That's what makes her the Queen Weasel and you, another useful idiot. No offense.

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