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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Take your *Socialist Book-Of-The-Month Card* and wipe with it.
Time's up. Bruce Bartlett was Reagan's economic czar and adviser, not a 'socialist'. Read my post again carefully and the following link to the Bartlett article.
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<quoted text>So, why did Bush W not raise taxes on them to pay for the war and welfare money handed out like every other U S President did who asked Americans, rich and poor to make sacrifices, to pay for war abroad and domestic welfare at home. Why did Bush W choose to run to the Chinese and borrow the money? Because, Bush W was a coward. "In recent years, Republicans have been characterized by two principal positions: They like starting wars and don’t like paying for them. George W. Bush initiated two major wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but adamantly refused to pay for either of them by cutting non-military spending or raising taxes. Indeed, at his behest, Congress actually cut taxes and established a massive new entitlement program, Medicare Part D.
Bush’s actions were unprecedented. During every previous major war in American history, presidents demanded sacrifices from rich and poor alike. As Robert Hormats explains in his 2007 book, The Price of Liberty: Paying for America’s Wars,“During most of America’s wars, parochial desires–such as tax breaks for favored groups or generous spending for influential constituencies–have been sacrificed to the greater good. The president and both parties in Congress have come together &#133; to cut nonessential spending and increase taxes.”Check this out: http://www.forbes.com/2009/11/25/shared-sacri ...

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A man's gotta know his limits - Dirty Harry
I experience bouts of intense humility from time to time.
I'll leave the sucking to pros like you.
Of course,you know no limits as your gutter mouth testifies .You pass your own test of the redundantly ,almost limitless hot air that can be dispensed from an ignorant gasbag .

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<quoted text>But, teabagger groups who attempt to cheat other American taxpayers should get a free pass. We know Galt is not impartial, he's made his bed with the thieves, con men , and usury moneylenders.
The IRS has become the Enforcers for the Magic Negro Mafia. Obamacare is a Protection Racket that makes all Americans an offer that they can't refuse. Even Judge Roberts says so.

Your innocence and naivete are so warm, cuddly and cute! It draws us back to a time of Fairy Tales and Masked Heroes.

Doesn't the Boy Messiah just remind you of *Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy* every time he speaks???!!!!

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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>Time's up. Bruce Bartlett was Reagan's economic czar and adviser, not a 'socialist'. Read my post again carefully and the following link to the Bartlett article.
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>So, why did Bush W not raise taxes on them to pay for the war and welfare money handed out like every other U S President did who asked Americans, rich and poor to make sacrifices, to pay for war abroad and domestic welfare at home. Why did Bush W choose to run to the Chinese and borrow the money? Because, Bush W was a coward. "In recent years, Republicans have been characterized by two principal positions: They like starting wars and don’t like paying for them. George W. Bush initiated two major wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but adamantly refused to pay for either of them by cutting non-military spending or raising taxes. Indeed, at his behest, Congress actually cut taxes and established a massive new entitlement program, Medicare Part D.
Bush’s actions were unprecedented. During every previous major war in American history, presidents demanded sacrifices from rich and poor alike. As Robert Hormats explains in his 2007 book, The Price of Liberty: Paying for America’s Wars,“During most of America’s wars, parochial desires–such as tax breaks for favored groups or generous spending for influential constituencies–have been sacrificed to the greater good. The president and both parties in Congress have come together &#133; to cut nonessential spending and increase taxes.”Check this out: http://www.forbes.com/2009/11/25/shared-sacri ...
You are hunting for saints and sinners to buttress your political fantasies. So do Forbes and other for-profit media outlets because conflict and controversy sell. Always have. Always will.

Yellow journalism is alive and well.

Yer Bartlett dood is a loose canon with a few loose screws. He was pro Supply-Side and now he's against it? Some of the people who support his schizophrenic behavior are high society crooks. For example, Robert Hormats is a well connected wine-and-croissants jerk who was formerly Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs and then traipsed all through the U.S. Government kissing butts. At one point, he violated SEC Rules by opening his big mouth to investors about a Chinese move that had not yet taken place.

A perfect world does not exist and this means that those people in it are not perfect. You are painting in Black & White while the rest of us are painting in 64 million colors.

Time for you to fall back and reconnoiter. In daylight.

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<quoted text> Of course,you know no limits as your gutter mouth testifies .You pass your own test of the redundantly ,almost limitless hot air that can be dispensed from an ignorant gasbag .
One man's Gutter is another man's Oracle.

To you, the Red Book of Mao might be an Oracle while history has shown it to be a Gutter.

Cling to your fantasies if that's all you possess as a flotation device.

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Idiot
The exact OPPOSITE occured in CA which has already begun enrollment in gov't exchanges.
No premium increass.
The majority of Americans won't be affected at alk.
Wrong again, Nobama
Obama’s healthcare reform will increase individual-market premiums by as much as 146 percent in California, despite state officials’ claim that it would lower them.

New data shows that premium rates would only decrease for small employer plans, but that the rates charged to individuals will increase, according to Peter Lee, the executive director of the Covered California, the state’s new health insurance exchange.

State officials last week boasted that its version of Obamacare would serve as a “home run for consumers in every region of California,” Lee explained. But the numbers generate a different narrative – one that depicts the flaws of the Affordable Care Act.

Due to its overwhelming number of regulations and mandates, Obamacare may increase the cost of health insurance for those who purchase it on their own, argues Forbes contributor Avik Roy. A 25-year-old non-smoking male, for example, is given only the catastrophic healthcare plan as the cheapest option. This Covered California plan has monthly premiums averaging $184. The second-cheapest plan, called the “bronze” plan, costs $205 a month.

In comparison, the median cost of the five cheapest healthcare plans for the same individual was $92 per month in 2013. For the typical 25-year-old Californian male buying his own insurance, premiums will be 100 to 123 percent more expensive when Obamacare is fully implemented, Lee told Forbes.

Californians over the age of 30 do not have the option to acquire the cheapest plan, and must instead purchase the “bronze” or more expensive packages. A non-smoking 40-year-old on the “bronze” plan will on average be required to pay $261 a month.

Overall, individual-market premiums would increase by 64-146 percent, and an average of 116 percent.

The numbers starkly contradict the statements made by state officials and President Obama himself. Earlier this month, the president said that “whenever insurance premiums go up, you’re being told it’s because of Obamacare – even though there’s no evidence that that’s the case.”

The guy that is in charge of the exchange says you are a liar. Ha ha ha.
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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Are you trying to make a point again?
You need to try harder.
As I said son, you choose to be stupid!

Nothing I can do to help you at all!
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Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>Only you wouldn't see what's right in front of you..
lol! As opposed to you, who just makes things up?

wow.

At least mine is accidental....

... yours is on purpose!
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The Magic Negro won't allow FBI spying inside of Mosques but....
Exclusive: Obama snoops allegedly infiltrate Christian churches: http://tinyurl.com/lcjpqcd
Allah gets a free pass.
Jesus gets crucified.
Ah! Back to your old nazi ways I see!

Thank you for making the point of where conservatives stand, son!
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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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A man's gotta know his limits - Dirty Harry
I experience bouts of intense humility from time to time.
I'll leave the sucking to pros like you.
lol! I think you've confused the word 'humility' with 'hubris', son!
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One man's Gutter is another man's Oracle.
To you, the Red Book of Mao might be an Oracle while history has shown it to be a Gutter.
Cling to your fantasies if that's all you possess as a flotation device.
But wait son! Your buddy is Putin!

I think you're all confused again... as usual!

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You are hunting for saints and sinners to buttress your political fantasies. So do Forbes and other for-profit media outlets because conflict and controversy sell. Always have. Always will.
Yellow journalism is alive and well.
Yer Bartlett dood is a loose canon with a few loose screws. He was pro Supply-Side and now he's against it? Some of the people who support his schizophrenic behavior are high society crooks. For example, Robert Hormats is a well connected wine-and-croissants jerk who was formerly Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs and then traipsed all through the U.S. Government kissing butts. At one point, he violated SEC Rules by opening his big mouth to investors about a Chinese move that had not yet taken place.
A perfect world does not exist and this means that those people in it are not perfect. You are painting in Black & White while the rest of us are painting in 64 million colors.
Time for you to fall back and reconnoiter. In daylight.
"For example, Robert Hormats is a well connected wine-and-croissants jerk who was formerly Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs and then traipsed all through the U.S. Government ..." Yes, his BOSS was Bush W's Treasury Secretary Henry Paulsen, Goldman Sachs CEO wonderboy goldbrick ,who said that everything was fine one day before Lehman Bros. collapsed--with idiot bosses like that no wonder Bartlett never trusted their judgement again. Reaganomics was an epic fail every time it was tried.
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OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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Huh?
Current practice: you can't buy med insurance in the USA.
MILLIONS FACE THAT NIGHTMARE.
Turned down.
Told: die in the street. You can't buy insurance.
Well well,
Democrats fixed that!
Not Republicans.
Not the richest and greediest on earth.
We have it from here!
Republicans diminished to the trash heap of history for what they really are: idiots!
(Like that mooorrrooonnnn posting my excellent commentary up there!)
you are the prime example as to why stupid people should not reproduce.

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Sarah Palin:'Until We Have A Commander-In-Chief Who Knows What He Is Doing....Let Allah Sort It Out!'

Luv it!

Go Girl!

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proud2bwhite wrote:
<quoted text> you are the prime example as to why stupid people should not reproduce.
Stop Food Stamps and Stamp Them Out.

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<quoted text>"For example, Robert Hormats is a well connected wine-and-croissants jerk who was formerly Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs and then traipsed all through the U.S. Government ..." Yes, his BOSS was Bush W's Treasury Secretary Henry Paulsen, Goldman Sachs CEO wonderboy goldbrick ,who said that everything was fine one day before Lehman Bros. collapsed--with idiot bosses like that no wonder Bartlett never trusted their judgement again. Reaganomics was an epic fail every time it was tried.
...and...AND...AND!!!??

Your point. Make your point.

I just spoke to the fact that we live inside an imperfect world run by imperfect people.
You come back with ....what?

That we live inside an imperfect world run by imperfect people?

Gee. How damned illuminating.

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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>But wait son! Your buddy is Putin!
I think you're all confused again... as usual!
Wrong.

You *DON'T* think.

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
Sarah Palin:'Until We Have A Commander-In-Chief Who Knows What He Is Doing....Let Allah Sort It Out!'
Luv it!
Go Girl!
Yes, it is one of her least idiotic statements ,but that's not saying much. Sarah Palin totally missed President Obama's overall cautious approach in limiting U S involvement in the Syrian civil war by a modest escalation from strictly humanitarian , non-lethal aid to providing small arms and ammunition to the rebels without no fly zones or direct troops on the ground. This is a good way to apply greater pressure on Assad and indirectly on his two main Great Power allies Russia and China, who don't want direct U.S. military intervention , to accept a peace settlement by negotiation with the rebels.

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Stop Food Stamps and Stamp Them Out.
You must really hate the small American farmer.

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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! I think you've confused the word 'humility' with 'hubris', son!
Wrong.

You *DON'T* think.

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