Barack Obama, our next President

Full story: Hampton Roads Daily Press

"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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The only thing progressives have against "reeducation" camps is that conservatives aren't in them. Literally -ask USA
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USAsince1680 wrote:
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Well, at least we are ones who have been making the scores when it counts. You people just bury your heads in the sand. Hasn't worked out too well for you has it?
That was a pathetic and failed "save"

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What are you mumbling about. This was clearly stated
"Seventy-five percent of Americans approve of federal agencies collecting the phone records of people the government suspects of terrorist activity, but a 58 percent majority disapproves of this type of data collection in the case of ordinary Americans."
What difference does your data makes when the poll clearly 58% disagree with the data collection on ordinary people?
All I did was post direct quotes from your article. You are not the only one who knows how to cherry pick.
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The comparisons of Obama to Bush at Huff Post & others leave out one minor detail...Bush didn't actually do what Obama is doing.
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Real Liberals: You comrades think using govt agencies to oppress political opponents is a good thing. Do you?

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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>You got it wrong as usual. It was the Clinton Administration's quick correlation of U S Intelligence agencies (FBI and CIA ) with European and Arab allies intelligence agencies and Interpol that successfully tracked down , captured and convicted all the major suspects in the 1993 terrorist basement truck bombing attack at the WTC and who are all serving long life terms in U S SuperMax prisons(the most impregnable jails on Earth)
The Cox Report, which detailed Chinese espionage for Congress, revealed that FBI surveillance caught Chinese officials frantically trying to keep Democratic donor Johnny Chung from divulging any information that would be damaging. Chung funneled $300,000 in illegal contributions from the Chinese military to the DNC between 1994 and 1996.

It was this web of investigations that led Gorelick and Bill Clinton to erect the wall between intelligence agencies that resulted in the toppling of the Twin Towers.

http://archive.frontpagemag.com/readArticle.a...

In 1995, Clinton's Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick called for increased separation between intelligence and law-enforcement agencies and sought to stifle inter-agency information sharing.

At the same time, Mr. Clinton was worried about ongoing FBI and CIA investigations into illegal Chinese contributions that had been made to U.S. presidential campaigns. Both the FBI and the CIA were churning up evidence damaging to the Democratic Party, its fundraisers, the Chinese, and ultimately the Clinton administration itself.

http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/individual...
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All I did was post direct quotes from your article. You are not the only one who knows how to cherry pick.
I used the info presented in the main title of the article.

How is that even close to cherry picking? Never mind, it isn't.

Another pathetic and failed "save"
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The comparisons of Obama to Bush at Huff Post & others leave out one minor detail...Bush didn't actually do what Obama is doing.
So true.

Obama is doing better and fixing bushie boy's problems.
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That was a pathetic and failed "save"
Don't you just hate it when your own source or words are used against you son?
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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>So true.
Obama is doing better and fixing bushie boy's problems.
Reading comprehension problems?
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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>Don't you just hate it when your own source or words are used against you son?
The title of the article and the results still stand-the majority of Americans disapprove of it being used on ordinary Americans.

You are easily confused.

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so then you must know where Obama was that night?
but we know you don't. but the smart folks know: that just because no one will tell FOX where he was doesn't mean he was MIA.
it's not like this is the Bush admin where FOX gets invited to the WH.
Leon Panetta admitted to Senator Ayotte during the Congressional hearings that there was no communication with anyone at the White House and that no one from the White House called for an update on the situation.

It was also revealed that neither the Secretary of Defense nor the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff spoke to Secretary of State Hilary Clinton once during the eight-hour attack on the consulate in Benghazi.

The video of his testimony can be found just about anywhere.

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<quoted text>You're assuming that it's the same time of day everywhere? Way to go dummy.
This has already been explained to your stupid, lazy, uninformed and unimaginative azz.
By 7:15 AM 9/12/12 Benghazi time, all (approx 30) Americans, including four deceased had been evacuated via Benina International Airport.
What time do you suppose it was in Washington DC? And don't forget daylight savings time.
I'll wait while you fk this up!
It was 10 p.m. "EST" when Carney said Obama spoke with Hillary!!

"You dummy!"
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Reading comprehension problems?
Not at all son. Just the way things are.
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The title of the article and the results still stand-the majority of Americans disapprove of it being used on ordinary Americans.
You are easily confused.
And as was pointed out, you were simply cherry picking and got 'picked' of your own volition.

Humorously ironic actually.
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<quoted text>Oh, yes, Edward . The Communist Chinese (who control Hong Kong) have such an unimpeachable track record on respecting human rights and justice. NOT!:-D What are your real motives for choosing Hong Kong and tossing your stolen secret documents out the window where every two-bit foreign espionage agent could get their hands on them? You pulled off the most passive-aggressive plot to break up with your girlfriend since the Marquis de Sade.
She should count her lucky stars that she got rid of that nutjob

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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Take it up with Aunt Batty, she says the Saudis are our friends and wasn't Bush holding hands and kissing the prince of Saudi Arabia?
The United States and Saudi Arabia have had full diplomatic relations since 1933.

Since the Gulf war, the US had a continued presence of 5,000 troops stationed in Saudi Arabia – a figure that rose to 10,000 during the 2003 conflict in Iraq.

The continued presence of US troops in Saudi Arabia was one of the stated motivations behind the September 11th terrorist attacks.

The two nations still cooperate and share information about al-Qaeda movements to prevent new attacks.

The US–Saudi anti-terrorist cooperation has enhanced the relationship beyond oil rendering Saudi Arabia America’s most important security-wise nation.

http://www.susris.com/2010/09/17/us-saudi-sec...

It's not a matter of not liking their customs.
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Is it More Treasonous to Violate the Constitution or to Expose Those Violations?

June 12, 2013

In a free society the people within the government are supposed to be open and transparent while citizens enjoy privacy. What, then, do you call a society where the government is ultra secretive and all citizens are spied on by the state?

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/06/is-it-mor...
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How in the world did you get the leap in logic that silence means someone is agreeing and cooperating?
Both Bushes have followed the tradition of NOT criticizing whoever is currently in office.
Neither Bush attended the Romney convention

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Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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The United States and Saudi Arabia have had full diplomatic relations since 1933.
Since the Gulf war, the US had a continued presence of 5,000 troops stationed in Saudi Arabia – a figure that rose to 10,000 during the 2003 conflict in Iraq.
The continued presence of US troops in Saudi Arabia was one of the stated motivations behind the September 11th terrorist attacks.
The two nations still cooperate and share information about al-Qaeda movements to prevent new attacks.
The US–Saudi anti-terrorist cooperation has enhanced the relationship beyond oil rendering Saudi Arabia America’s most important security-wise nation.
http://www.susris.com/2010/09/17/us-saudi-sec...
It's not a matter of not liking their customs.
Now Now Now.

It is not Saudi Arabia, it is now Wahhabistan. Dumbwaiter says Wahhabistan declared war on the United States.

You & your Buddy dumbwaiter need to work this out.

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