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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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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Government funding Planned Parenthood ISN'T reflecting our collective morality?
You really are full of surprises, Tenzing. The kind that no one likes getting though.
Tenzing enjoys poking fun at Republicans wanting less government and yet he falsely claims to be a Libertarian.

That sort of hypocrisy burns another hole in his head that we can all see through.

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Chris Brown charged with Hit-And-Run.

Hasn't he been doing this with women like ... forever?

Little Boys never grow up.

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USAsince1680 wrote:
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You live in such a bubble.
With people reduced to wearing mask when they venture outside; schools forced to cancel outdoor activities and field trips; parents with means choosing schools based on air-filtration systems; and some international schools building gigantic, futuristic-looking domes over sports fields to ensure healthy breathing, China has paid a terrible price for their reliance on Coal-fired Power plants.
Just this month Hong Kong adopted measures to improve their air quality including a mandate that coal-fired power plants provide detailed environmental information to the public. They have ordered them to reduce their emissions "for each unit of economic output by 30 percent by the end of 2017."
Public outcries stopped the construction of coal-fired power plants in the southern provinces of Guangdong and Hainan and Beijing (where levels of deadly pollutants are up to 40 times the recommended exposure limit) is "reducing its consumption of heavily polluting coal."
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/16/world/asia/...
“I hope in the future we’ll move to a foreign country,” Ms. Zhang, a lawyer, said as her ailing son, Wu Xiaotian, played on a mat in their apartment, near a new air purifier.“Otherwise we’ll choke to death.”
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/23/world/asia/...
So I posted that China is building 2 new Coal-Fired Power Plants per week and you then come back with something verify it.

And say that I live in a bubble?

Drinking, injecting, swallowing or smoking, whatever it is...it is frying that neural clump on your shoulders.

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John Galt wrote:
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Medicare premiums (government plus supplemental) are much higher than most people think, far more than the average person pays toward his employer insurance plan. So, when people retire and go on Medicare, they usually experience a significant increase in cost.
There is no free lunch.
Smoke and mirrors.

Your statement is an interesting twist of the FACTS. Just exactly how many employer insurance plans cover 100% of the cost of medical care... No deductibles for hospitalization, no fees for office visits or lab tests? I guarantee you employer covered insurance plans with that type of coverage would be every bit as costly as the Medicare + supplemental coverage you referenced.
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---------MOSCOW — Russia's foreign minister on Tuesday said that U.S. demands to extradite U.S. spy leaker Edward Snowden were "ungrounded and unacceptable." Interesting how Obama has ZERO influence and is the laughing stock of the world. Obama has lost all credibility, as the NY Times has said in writing. Obama said he was against all this spying when he was lying to get elected. Now he is a spying fascist on steroid. I'm glad Snowden embarrassed the jive-ass punk obama. Obama's policies are so misguided, this really doesn't matter in the big scheme of things. The man is a wimp.---------

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Obama is lacking the realization of the ramification of world reality.

When he extends the hacking of civilians in and out, it is difficult to find pals around the world.

He still doesn't understand today is 2013, not even 2003, that people of the globe have grown in big numbers and quantities of wishes wanting more righteous rights and liberty than 10 years ago.

From his so doing, it not only puts back of rights of freedom backward, the immense purposeless direction to ask Russia to give back Snowden , looks like a fantasy and a fallacy.

Why would Russia extradite Snowden as it has popularity from the world demand to give Russians lots of credits to protect people from insane manipulation of events based on falsehood and groundless stand?
Besides, that is Russia which is a better deal while US makes its own bad, as the world looks on.
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LNC Llin wrote:
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Bush won credit for the stock market crash of 2008.
I noticed it didn't phase him a bit Americans were suffering.

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TheIndependentMajority wrote:
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Do you have children and or family?
I feel sorry for them if you do...that sounds like some real low life stuff.
"Independent"
"dumos had a family, until his wife and kids booted his azz out.
Peace
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Nostrilis H Waxman wrote:
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what was handed to your lowness?
Grief for Americans son.
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Death of Tenzing wrote:
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I AM still married, one immediate benefit of Obamacare is that I may finally be able to get divorced.
Ya see, she won't divorce me as long as I provide her health insurance. Once she can get supplemental coverage under Obamacare we should be able to proceed with the divorce.
I want to thank all of you for taking her off my hands.
Notation: Low life sounding expected- given the subject of the half empty rotten apple barrel ghetto cart before the broke back mule birdcage toilet paper pass-the-buck, robbinghoodieTic billage known as obamacare.

Or reason number gazillion of why NEVER, ecer to de-aspire to the low levels of becoming a mindless, bobbleheaded rr-oboTIC type votuh.

Ugh.
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Nostrilis H Waxman wrote:
Hey libtards!
How does it feel to be ignorant?
You're much better qualified to answer this son.
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Nostrilis H Waxman wrote:
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Liberal Men are feminine so that is to be expected.
... said the eunuch.
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leggy wrote:
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Wrong as usual, Perfesser Fartsack, now get your head out of Hussein's butt.
Well son, you are an expert at being wrong.
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You are lying through your missing tooth again, Mr. Partisan Libertarian.
Boy, that electron is getting dimmer by the moment.
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leggy wrote:
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The subject is the lying failure Hussein Oblamer, try to keep up, Fartsack. Look at the top of the page, dumbalina.
You couldn't help anyone.
That's your single minded stupidity son. It's your choice. It's idiotic, but it's your choice. I can't help you there. But you can still be proud of your achievement.

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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>Psst! CRA was passed under Carter son.
If you had any brains, you'd know that.
You really are out of your league son. And all it does it expose your partisan politics and how you like to twist facts around.
So what, Fool? There were revisions done to the CRA in 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2005, 2007 and 2008

the 1995 and 1998 changes were Bubba Clinton's fault wich led to horrible things.

Next, try Bush-Bashing. That always get's the natives rumbling in Liberal Land.

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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So I posted that China is building 2 new Coal-Fired Power Plants per week and you then come back with something verify it.
And say that I live in a bubble?
Drinking, injecting, swallowing or smoking, whatever it is...it is frying that neural clump on your shoulders.
Only an idiot would be content to live in a country where you have to wear gas masks to go outside. You were criticizing Obama's position on Coal-Fired Power Plants and I provided proof of exactly why his position is the right one.

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John Galt wrote:
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Obama is acting unconstitutionally once again by proclaiming law that Congress refused to pass.
Even then, Obama weasel-worded his speech, saying that human activity "contributed" to global warming, not "caused" global warming.
So, the question is how much contribution?
1%, 5%, 10% 25&, 50%?
Even Galt would might to some minimal contribution, but the net effect of all Obama's decrees would be negligible as a solution.
Obama's objective is to destroy America as a world power.
We don't have any time for climate denier idiots like Galt. President Obama is acting within the legitimate limits of his powers. The U S Supreme Court ordered that the E.P.A. carry out its authority to mitigate climate change .
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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Just get rid of the IRS all together for targeting everyone-because that appears what has happened. No one likes O'bama's IRS.
(AP) IG: IRS credit cards used for wine, pornography
By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER
Associated Press
WASHINGTON
Poor oversight by the Internal Revenue Service allowed workers to use agency credit cards to buy wine for an expensive luncheon, dorky swag for managers' meetings and, for one employee, romance novels and diet pills, an agency watchdog said Tuesday.
Two IRS credit cards were used to buy online pornography, though the employees said the cards were stolen. One of the workers reported five agency credit cards lost or stolen.
IRS employees used agency credit cards to make more than 273,000 purchases totaling nearly $108 million in 2010 and 2011, according to the report by the Treasury inspector general for tax administration.
The vast majority of those purchases were legitimate, the report said. However, the report said the IRS has inadequate controls to prevent inappropriate purchases.
For example, investigators found that one IRS employee spent $2,655 on diet pills, romance novels, steaks, a smartphone and baby-related items, including bottles, games and clothes. The case was referred to the IG's office that investigates employee misconduct, the report said.
Among other "improper" purchases identified by the inspector general:
_$3,152 to rent a popcorn machine and to buy prizes for an employee event, including bandanas, stuffed animals, sunglasses and stovepipe hats.
_$418 for novelty decorations and swag at managers' meetings, including kazoos, bathtub toys and "Thomas the Tank Engine" wristbands.
Surveys have shown the credibility level of intelligence severely LACKS in the ranks of the probable apparent new hires, amongst of the tools of robbinghoodieticing.

It is suggested to take names and identifying numbers, and reintroduce them to pencils and paper...and some simple addition and subtraction, due to more apparent rotten apple barrel before cart mess.

If this years IRS stuff has been a preview of what's on the horizen...nightmare counselors should be in training, along with troops of fifth grade math instructors.

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Frontporchazzhole and RealDumb are full of it.
Wiki - Energy Policy of China: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_policy_of...
"On June 19, 2007, the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency announced that a preliminary study had indicated that China's greenhouse gas emissions for 2006 had exceeded those of the United States for the first time. The agency calculated that China’s CO2 emissions from fossil fuels increased by 9% in 2006, while those of the United States fell by 1.4%, compared to 2005.
Coal is the major source of energy in China....China is the world's top coal producer and ranks third in the amounts of coal reserves. It is approximately self-sufficient in coal, with a production of 2.38 billion ton and a consumption of 2.37 billion tons in 2006. China used to be a major coal exporter, but exports have decreased and China may soon become a net importer.
In 2010 China was second highest hard coal importer (157 Mt).
China consumes more coal than any other country. Its share of the world coal production was 48% in 2009 and 28% in 2000. Coal use in the world increased 48% from 2000 to 2009. In practice, the majority of this growth occurred in China and the rest in other parts of Asia.
China currently generates nearly four-fifths of its electricity from coal-fired power stations. It is progressing with the construction of 562 new coal-fired plants over the next few years. In 2007, John Ashton, of the UK Foreign Office, informed the BBC that China was building about two power stations every week. About 79% of China's electricity was produced with coal between 2004 and 2010. Coal electricity increased from 1,713 TWh in 2004 to 3,273 TWh in 2010.
Approximately 7% of China's energy was from renewable sources in 2006, a figure targeted to rise to 10% by 2010 and to 16% by 2020.[17] The major renewable energy source in China is hydropower. Total hydro-electric output in China in 2009 was 615.64 TWh, constituting 16.6% of all electricity generated. The country already has the most hydro-electric capacity in the world, and the Three Gorges Dam is projected to be the largest hydro-electric power station in the world, with a total capacity of 22.5 GW. It has been in full operation since May 2012."
President Barack Obama calls for an END to financing for coal world-wide in today's climate change speech. That's BIG!:-D

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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>Well son, you are an expert at being wrong.
"Wrong" pretty much defines the Republican party. That is why, despite their efforts to change their image, they are dying.

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