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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<quoted text>Power transmission is very feasible and accounts for 22% of South Dakota energy needs and $4 billion in local business and government revenue. It pays to go wind in the Dakotas! "SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(AP)— A new report from the U.S. Energy Department says that South Dakota in 2011 had the capacity to generate about 22 percent of its electricity from wind energy, ranking first among all states.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu says that wind power represented 32 percent of all new electric capacity additions in the United States last year and accounted for $14 billion in new investment.
The department says that the percentage of wind equipment made in America also increased dramatically.
Nearly 70 percent of the wind turbines, towers, blades, gears and generators installed at U.S. wind farms last year come from domestic manufacturers, doubling from 35 percent in 2005."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/15/sout...
Bocajew Jean should try reading instead of spitting back mindless crap.

How do you propose to get power from North Dakota to Florida.

And what happens on a calm day?
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sure. how much time has been spent on the Sunday morning shows talking about Obama's 'scandals'?
and how often do they talk about the economy anymore?
just like the House Republicans, they only care about what most of the rest of us don't, because.....it makes for good tv.
The Obama media wants to avoid discussing the economy, at all costs.
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It hasn't worked, and it won't. Obama is a loose cannonball. He has only one guiding principle, the aggrandizement of his own ego. But just one Nobel Peace Prize, just one presidency, can never be enough for his insatiable needs. Obama will always need more. Obama wants to control everything except himself. That has always been a formula for tyranny, and Obama is no exception.

An Uncontrollable Ego
James Lewis
International leaders are beginning to look at Obama with open fear. Do they know something we don't? More

http://giveusliberty1776.blogspot.com/
Read more at http://www.topix.com/forum/us/TCFCLCFLVBGSRUR...

It hasn't worked, and it won't. Obama is a loose cannonball. He has only one guiding principle, the aggrandizement of his own ego. But just one Nobel Peace Prize, just one presidency, can never be enough for his insatiable needs. Obama will always need more. Obama wants to control everything except himself. That has always been a formula for tyranny, and Obama is no exception.

An Uncontrollable Ego
James Lewis
International leaders are beginning to look at Obama with open fear. Do they know something we don't? More

http://giveusliberty1776.blogspot.com/
Read more at http://www.topix.com/forum/city/danville-ky/T...
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sonicfilter wrote:
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sure. how much time has been spent on the Sunday morning shows talking about Obama's 'scandals'?
and how often do they talk about the economy anymore?
just like the House Republicans, they only care about what most of the rest of us don't, because.....it makes for good tv.
Strange, these things appear as some of the top concerns with the American public.

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I agree.
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WASHINGTON, June 23 (Reuters)- U.S. lawmakers on Sunday said former national security contractor Edward Snowden's reported flight to Russia with a plan to flee onward to Cuba or Venezuela undermined his whistle blower claims and they slammed Moscow for helping a fugitive.

An aircraft thought to be carrying Snowden landed in Moscow on Sunday after Hong Kong let the former U.S. National Security Agency contractor leave the territory, despite Washington's efforts to extradite him to face espionage charges.

According to a source at Russia's Aeroflot airline, Snowden was traveling to Moscow and was planning to go to Venezuela via Cuba.

Democratic U.S. Senator Charles Schumer charged that Russian President Vladimir Putin likely knew and approved of Snowden's flight from Hong Kong to Russia. He said that will "have serious consequences" for a U.S.-Russian relationship already strained over Syria and human rights.

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WASHINGTON -- The former National Security Agency contractor who disclosed a highly classified surveillance program has had his U.S. passport revoked.

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<quoted text>It was a business decision that had international ramifications.
And they offered barely a mea culpa.
... and that reflects how on the technology?
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Are you saying that Obama is powerless to control the NSA?????
No President wants to give up powers that have been given him; once they are there, they're not going to be abolished, by any President. Don't you hear the voices of your party?

Would Romney, or McCain (if either had been elected) have dismantled the DHS? the NSA? the Drone Program?

Which party created the DHS? You republicans own it, just don't like that a Democratic President can excersise those powers.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
WASHINGTON -- The former National Security Agency contractor who disclosed a highly classified surveillance program has had his U.S. passport revoked.
He is in flight to Ecuador who has granted him immunity.
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"nutsucker"
You are forgetting the red line in the sand president nobama drew. Mc Cain was at least able to talk to the Syrian rebels, nobama apparently is unable to do so.
Speaking of Gitmo, did not president nobama, say his first priority would be to close Gitmo. Just like all of his BS promises no action, 4 1/2 years in office, closing Gitmo was just another of his lies. nobama has nary a clue. Whats up today, another global warming speech. Why does nobama not make positive actions to lower the number of American's on food stamps? Or figure out why household incomes are falling? Or why fewer American's are paying the federal income taxes that support your worthless azz. Or why home values and home sales are at lower than the levels when he took office.
It is always a good day when you show up to spew your left wing garbage, it can be amusing.
Peace
KMA
You certainly know about spewing garbage:

Guantanamo Bay To Stay Open As House Blocks Bill To Close Infamous Prison

WASHINGTON -- A worsening hunger strike and a fresh plea by President Barack Obama to close the Guantanamo Bay prison fell on deaf ears in Congress Friday, as the House of Representatives voted to keep the increasingly infamous jail open.

The House voted to make it harder for Obama to begin shifting inmates, adding a restriction to the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014 that bars any of the roughly 56 prisoners who have been cleared by military and intelligence officials to be sent to Yemen from being transferred there for one year. Some 30 other Gitmo inmates of the 166 kept there have also been cleared for release.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/14/guan...
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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No President wants to give up powers that have been given him; once they are there, they're not going to be abolished, by any President. Don't you hear the voices of your party?
Would Romney, or McCain (if either had been elected) have dismantled the DHS? the NSA? the Drone Program?
Which party created the DHS? You republicans own it, just don't like that a Democratic President can excersise those powers.
Doesn't answer the question if Obama is powerless to control NSA

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<quoted text> Yeah, people hate it when their free stuff is cut off!!!
You act like the poor don't pay taxes. Seems to me the real crybabies are those who don't want to lose their tax loopholes or have their dividends taxed like everyone else's income.

Fact: Prior to the Bush tax cuts in 2003, dividends were taxed at a higher rate than normal income and, guess what....we were FAR better off. Too bad we can't just rewind the clock and get rid of the Bush administration altogether.

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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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No President wants to give up powers that have been given him; once they are there, they're not going to be abolished, by any President. Don't you hear the voices of your party?
Would Romney, or McCain (if either had been elected) have dismantled the DHS? the NSA? the Drone Program?
Which party created the DHS? You republicans own it, just don't like that a Democratic President can excersise those powers.
Let's say that George Washington began the Food Stamp Program along with Free Cellphones. Also, let's say that JFK began the NSA, Hoover created the IRS and that Woodrow Wilson created the DOJ.

Now...tell me what in the hell does this all have to do with the Magic Negro abusing the hell out of these departments of government?

Gee, let's blame George, John, Herbert and Woodrow, huh?

Foolish Fool that you are.
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Mandela in critical condition.
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Mandela in critical condition.
where's 0?
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1. Surveillance has contributed to thwarting more than 50 terror plots since 9/11, according to the NSA.
NSA Director Keith Alexander testified that NSA surveillance has played a role in preventing more than 50 terrorist attacks since September 11, 2001. FBI deputy director Sean Joyce provided an outline of four of those cases:

2. The NSA doesn't need court approval each time it searches Americans' phone records.

3. 10 NSA officials have permission to give information about US citizens to the FBI
There are 10 NSA officials—including Inglis and Alexander—involved in determining whether information collected about US citizens can be provided to the FBI. It can only be shared if there's independent evidence that the target has connections to a terrorist organization. Inglis said that if the information is found to be irrelevant, it must be destroyed. If the NSA mistakenly targets an American citizen, it must report this to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

4. Other countries are less transparent than the US, officials say.
Cole said that the FISA Amendments Act provides more due process than is afforded to citizens of European countries, including Germany, the United Kingdom, and France. Alexander added that "virtually all" countries have laws that compel telecommunications firms to turn over information on suspects.

5) Fewer than 300 phone numbers were targeted in 2012.
NSA officials say that even though the agency has access to Americans' phone records, it investigated fewer than 300 phone numbers connected to US citizens in 2012. The officials did not provide any detail on the number of email addresses targeted.

http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2013/06/5-new...

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John Galt wrote:
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Yeah, both are tiny compared to Rhode Island and Delaware.
And South Dakota ranks #1 in wind energy production. Once the Atlantic Backbone Wind Connection project is complete the wind energy produced and transmitted to the entire Atlantic regional greenhouse states, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey , New York, Rhode Island, etc. will grow enormously.
http://atlanticwindconnection.com/
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Let's say that George Washington began the Food Stamp Program along with Free Cellphones. Also, let's say that JFK began the NSA, Hoover created the IRS and that Woodrow Wilson created the DOJ.
Now...tell me what in the hell does this all have to do with the Magic Negro abusing the hell out of these departments of government?
Gee, let's blame George, John, Herbert and Woodrow, huh?
Foolish Fool that you are.
fkoff you stupid racist polack closet queen
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USAsince1680 wrote:
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You act like the poor don't pay taxes. Seems to me the real crybabies are those who don't want to lose their tax loopholes or have their dividends taxed like everyone else's income.
Fact: Prior to the Bush tax cuts in 2003, dividends were taxed at a higher rate than normal income and, guess what....we were FAR better off. Too bad we can't just rewind the clock and get rid of the Bush administration altogether.
When were dividends ever taxed at a higher rate than ordinary income?

Increasing dividend taxation to ordinary income levels will discourage investment, depress the stock market, and jeopardize the solvency of many pension funds and retirement accounts.

Some folks have generous government pensions. Others depend on dividends and interest from their investments for retirement income

All around great idea.

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