Barack Obama, our next President

"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 ... Full Story
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#929277 Jun 21, 2013
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FALSE PROPHET & Mark of Beast --(*News/June 20)

http://youtu.be/j5gGtsNTTUo

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“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#929278 Jun 21, 2013
Emaen wrote:
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Just when I thought you morons couldn't say anything dumber. Who do you think is going to pay for health care at the private walk in clinic for people that have no money?
Conservatives believe there is no problem so big that it can't be run away from.
Someone slap this idiot. She thinks all medical facilities charge the same. And she ignores the part about "depending on payment to survive". Stupid ows trash.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#929279 Jun 21, 2013
Several employees have made copies just in case management decided to try to destroy them.

http://htmlimg1.scribdassets.com/6pe3zm8dq82j...
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#929280 Jun 21, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Andrew Cuomo, the youngest Housing and Urban Development secretary in history, made a series of decisions between 1997 and 2001 that gave birth to the country’s current crisis. He took actions that — in combination with many other factors — helped plunge Fannie and Freddie into the subprime markets without putting in place the means to monitor their increasingly risky investments. He turned the Federal Housing Administration mortgage program into a sweetheart lender with sky-high loan ceilings and no money down, and he legalized what a federal judge has branded ‘kickbacks’ to brokers that have fueled the sale of overpriced and unsupportable loans. Three to four millions faced foreclosure, and Clinton's Cuomo is one of the reasons why. You forgot about Clinton-I wonder why democrats always forget about Clinton.
Cuomo is the leading non-black Democrat candidate for 2016.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#929281 Jun 21, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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He turns you on; obviously
Obama surrogates are Deval Patrick, Cory Booker, Eric Holder, and Michelle Obama. All others are long shots.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#929282 Jun 21, 2013
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Oh sh!t I forgot about dem. Four funniest posters in no particular order:
Dem
Lily
Peppy
Eman
You know my wife told me about the ring story, how messed up is that?
Homer likes ghetto filth.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#929283 Jun 21, 2013
LNC Llin wrote:
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Hope we stay out of wars in the Middle East and Asia, Period !
Too late.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#929284 Jun 21, 2013
killtaker wrote:
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What rank was your husband in law school?
More to the point, which law school?
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#929285 Jun 21, 2013
Mitch McConnell Realizes IRS Scandal Is Over

Mitch McConnell delivered a speech today at the American Enterprise Institute to officially signal that the IRS scandal has entered its post-fact phase. When the IRS first revealed that its Cincinnati office had attempted to enforce its nonprofit laws using a search function that disproportionately impacted conservatives, Republicans were certain it must have come from the White House. They were going to follow the facts. But all of the facts point in the same direction, which is that the Obama administration had nothing to do with it at all. That was the conclusion of the agency’s inspector-general report, as well as the House Oversight Committee’s own interviews, which the Republican majority tried to suppress and which (when the Democrats released them) showed the operation was an independent, well-intentioned effort to enforce the law led by an IRS official who happens to be a conservative Republican.

McConnell’s speech is an attempt to reframe the issue in a way that it can survive the utter absence of incriminating facts. One method he employs is to flip around the burden of proof:

Now we have an administration that’s desperately trying to prove that nobody at the top was involved in any of this stuff, even as they hope that the media loses interest in this scandal and moves on …

Got that? Before Republicans were going to prove that Obama’s administration was involved. All of the evidence suggests it wasn’t. So now McConnell is framing the question as Obama trying to prove he wasn’t involved. Which, of course, he can’t. For that matter, McConnell can’t prove that he didn’t mastermind the IRS. You can’t prove a negative.

McConnell also argues that the scandal is larger than facts about illegality or misconduct —“what we’re dealing with here is larger than the actions of one agency or any group of employees.” By "larger," McConnell means the scandal is just the same nebulous suspicions they have always had about Democrats running the government:

The attacks on speech that we’ve seen over the past several years were never limited to a few Left-wing pressure groups or the DISCLOSE Act. They extend throughout the federal government, to places like the FEC, the FCC, HHS, the SEC, and as all Americans now know — even to the IRS. These assaults have often been aided and abetted by the administration’s allies in Congress.

The “Disclose Act” is a proposed measure that would require unregulated political groups to publicly disclose their donors. Back when campaign finance reformers were trying to actually put limits on outside donations, McConnell was a fierce advocate of this idea. Since the Supreme Court killed spending limits, disclosure has become the best reformers can hope for, and McConnell has now turned against it and indeed portrays it as a sinister Nixonian attempt to suppress free speech.

The belligerent and borderline-paranoid tone of McConnell’s speech today is a kind of covered retreat, signaling the IRS scandal’s turn into a vague trope that conservatives use with other members of the tribe, the way liberals liked to say “Halliburton” during the Bush years, to signal some dark beliefs they don’t need to back up.

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2013/06/...
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#929286 Jun 21, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
Mitch McConnell Realizes IRS Scandal Is Over
Mitch McConnell delivered a speech today at the American Enterprise Institute to officially signal that the IRS scandal has entered its post-fact phase. When the IRS first revealed that its Cincinnati office had attempted to enforce its nonprofit laws using a search function that disproportionately impacted conservatives, Republicans were certain it must have come from the White House. They were going to follow the facts. But all of the facts point in the same direction, which is that the Obama administration had nothing to do with it at all. That was the conclusion of the agency’s inspector-general report, as well as the House Oversight Committee’s own interviews, which the Republican majority tried to suppress and which (when the Democrats released them) showed the operation was an independent, well-intentioned effort to enforce the law led by an IRS official who happens to be a conservative Republican.
McConnell’s speech is an attempt to reframe the issue in a way that it can survive the utter absence of incriminating facts. One method he employs is to flip around the burden of proof:
Now we have an administration that’s desperately trying to prove that nobody at the top was involved in any of this stuff, even as they hope that the media loses interest in this scandal and moves on …
Got that? Before Republicans were going to prove that Obama’s administration was involved. All of the evidence suggests it wasn’t. So now McConnell is framing the question as Obama trying to prove he wasn’t involved. Which, of course, he can’t. For that matter, McConnell can’t prove that he didn’t mastermind the IRS. You can’t prove a negative.
McConnell also argues that the scandal is larger than facts about illegality or misconduct —“what we’re dealing with here is larger than the actions of one agency or any group of employees.” By "larger," McConnell means the scandal is just the same nebulous suspicions they have always had about Democrats running the government:
The attacks on speech that we’ve seen over the past several years were never limited to a few Left-wing pressure groups or the DISCLOSE Act. They extend throughout the federal government, to places like the FEC, the FCC, HHS, the SEC, and as all Americans now know — even to the IRS. These assaults have often been aided and abetted by the administration’s allies in Congress.
The “Disclose Act” is a proposed measure that would require unregulated political groups to publicly disclose their donors. Back when campaign finance reformers were trying to actually put limits on outside donations, McConnell was a fierce advocate of this idea. Since the Supreme Court killed spending limits, disclosure has become the best reformers can hope for, and McConnell has now turned against it and indeed portrays it as a sinister Nixonian attempt to suppress free speech.
The belligerent and borderline-paranoid tone of McConnell’s speech today is a kind of covered retreat, signaling the IRS scandal’s turn into a vague trope that conservatives use with other members of the tribe, the way liberals liked to say “Halliburton” during the Bush years, to signal some dark beliefs they don’t need to back up.
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2013/06/...
McConnell isn't driving the bus.

Both he and Boehner are on thin ice.

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#929287 Jun 21, 2013
Eman wrote:
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Someone slap this idiot. She thinks all medical facilities charge the same. And she ignores the part about "depending on payment to survive". Stupid ows trash.
Someone explain to this prolific purveyor of stupidity that SOMEONE has to pay for health care for the indigent. Pretending that these costs are somehow "absorbed" by a walk in clinic is absolute idiocy.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#929288 Jun 21, 2013
Emaen wrote:
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Someone explain to this prolific purveyor of stupidity that SOMEONE has to pay for health care for the indigent. Pretending that these costs are somehow "absorbed" by a walk in clinic is absolute idiocy.
The poor are covered by Obamacare (they gotta have insurance, right), but non-emergency treatment will be much less costly at a clinic. Colds, sore throats, and tummy aches don't belong in hospital emergency rooms.

Hey, you fools claim Obamacare will fix everything.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#929289 Jun 21, 2013
Low Income Workers May Not Qualify for Obamacare Exchange Subsidies; May Pay the Full Load

Here is the truth that Obamabots do not understand.

Obamacare is complicated, but essentially companies with 50 or more full-time workers are required to offer coverage that meets certain basic standards and costs no more than 9.5 percent of an employee’s income. Failure to do so means fines for the employer.(Full-time work is defined as 30 or more hours a week, on average.)

But do the math from the worker’s side: For an employee making $21,000 a year, 9.5 percent of their income could mean premiums as high as $1,995 and the insurance would still be considered affordable.

With such a small income,“there is just not any left over for health insurance,” said Shannon Demaree, head of actuarial services for the Lockton Benefit Group.“What the government is requiring employers to do isn’t really something their low-paid employees want.”

Aren’t low-income workers supposed to get tax credits to help them purchase private insurance, though? Yes indeed — unless their employer has offered them “affordable” coverage and they’ve turned it down. So if you reject the sort of “affordable” coverage described above, if only out of simple necessity, you’re out of luck on subsidies.

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#929290 Jun 21, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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The poor are covered by Obamacare (they gotta have insurance, right), but non-emergency treatment will be much less costly at a clinic. Colds, sore throats, and tummy aches don't belong in hospital emergency rooms.
Hey, you fools claim Obamacare will fix everything.
Exactly, "non-emergency room treatment will be less costly at a clinic". Maybe your moron friend Eman will believe it if he hears it from you. Then explain to him that you can't get money from poor people that don't have money to pay for the clinic provided health care. Then explain to your moron friend Eman that SOMEONE has to pay for this care. Then look in the mirror and tell that moron that Obamacare is the cost efficient delivery system to pay for this health care.

Since: Dec 08

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#929291 Jun 21, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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More to the point, which law school?
I ran her off too!

Since: Dec 08

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#929292 Jun 21, 2013
Emaen wrote:
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Someone explain to this prolific purveyor of stupidity that SOMEONE has to pay for health care for the indigent. Pretending that these costs are somehow "absorbed" by a walk in clinic is absolute idiocy.
Who is going to pay the billions to all those cheated black farmers?

White people?
Lily Boca Raton Fl

Boca Raton, FL

#929293 Jun 21, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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GEt over your pity pot. You posted something that was dumb and nonfactual. It isn't anyone's fault but your own.
Russia does not support Obama on Syria
Silly
I never said that you Moran. You support Putin over the us, traitor.

Since: Dec 08

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#929294 Jun 21, 2013
Gang of 8...

bologna...

"Gang of Eight: Broken Promises & Special Deals"

Illegals and gangs:
"...giving illegal aliens a free pass on any gang offenses committed under the age of majority"

Illegals and back taxes:
"... Gang of Eight's amnesty bill (S.744) shows that illegal aliens will in fact not be required to pay back taxes in order to receive legal status, which the bill calls "registered provisional immigrant" (RPI) status."

Illegals and access to our courts:
"...The Senate Gang of Eight amnesty bill (S.744) authorizes illegal aliens to file lawsuits – including class action lawsuits – against the United States in order to force the government to give them amnesty."

http://www.fairus.org/legislation/activism%20...
Lily Boca Raton Fl

Boca Raton, FL

#929295 Jun 21, 2013
killtaker wrote:
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What was your husbands ranking in his 'law' class?
What was yours?

Since: Dec 08

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#929296 Jun 21, 2013
Emaen wrote:
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Exactly, "non-emergency room treatment will be less costly at a clinic". Maybe your moron friend Eman will believe it if he hears it from you. Then explain to him that you can't get money from poor people that don't have money to pay for the clinic provided health care. Then explain to your moron friend Eman that SOMEONE has to pay for this care. Then look in the mirror and tell that moron that Obamacare is the cost efficient delivery system to pay for this health care.
"...that Obamacare is the cost efficient delivery system to pay for this health care"

as long as the Fed keeps printing that phoney money...

or take Mitt Romneys....

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