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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No Surprize

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Conservatives Try to Rewrite Civil Rights History (Again)
Iím still unsure of what this revisionism is supposed to accomplish. If itís to appeal to actual African American voters, you might want to try a different approach, since this one wonít work. But if itís to assuage guilt and assure conservatives that they are, and have always been, on the right side of history, thenóto borrow from President Obamaóplease proceed.
http://prospect.org/article/conservatives-try...
The KKK, demokratic party would have committed suicide if Herman Cain was elected..

It's the culture...

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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Well this stunning rebuttal, says there "You have been told, Shinning"
I could hear him stamping his feet when I read it:]
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Everyone wants social security disability?
Why the lawyers?
They know it is a scam.

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Buroc Millhouse Obama wrote:
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If you are correct, many more people would be doing it, but as usual, your are woefully misinformed.
Solar is not prime time yet. I looked into this and the payback was not there. Maybe good for folks in the Southwest, but no up in the Northeast. Sure, you might get a credit if it is sunny in the summer every day of the month, but that is not reality.
I love the way you make a post that is factually bogus, and then you call other people idiots.
You must be a liberal know-it-all, for sure.
I am correct.

The return on solar panels is still over 20 years.(last I read).

There is a local group that looks at alternative power generation. Many have panels & their net effect is they make money from the electric company.

I am stating obvious facts. People can put panels on their roofs in the Northeast & produce enough electricity to cover their usage.

The idea you & galt don't know this just indicates how uninformed you are on the subject.

Knowing more that you right whiners doesn't make me a know-it-all. It just makes be the typical informed person because you people obviously do't know sh*t.
Aunt Bettie Lou

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LCN Llin wrote:
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The scandal surrounding the Internal Revenue Service's handling of tea party groups took a left turn this week after congressional Democrats revealed that the tax agency had also targeted liberal groups for scrutiny. The revelation led some liberals to declare that the controversy was a manufactured one, created by a partisan Republican (Rep. Darrell Issa of Vista) to taint President Obama.
If only. The new information changes the context profoundly, but it doesn't explain why IRS employees made wholly inappropriate demands for information from politically active groups seeking nonprofit status under Sections 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) of the tax code. Nor does it explain why applications from some groups languished for years while lower-level IRS agents waited in vain for guidance from headquarters.
The scandal has always had two main elements: the "be on the lookout" lists the IRS used to flag certain applicants for special scrutiny, and how that scrutiny was conducted. The first of these issues -- and only the first -- was recast this week when Rep. Sander Levin (D-Mich.), the top Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee, released BOLO lists from August 2010 to April 2013. Although heavily redacted, they revealed that tea party groups were hardly the only ones flagged for extra screening.
Other would-be nonprofit groups singled out include "progressive" or "blue" organizations ("Activities are partisan and appear anti-Republican"), as well as those involved in "Occupied Territory Advocacy" ("Applications may be inflammatory, advocate a one-sided point of view, and promotional materials may signify propaganda"), medical marijuana, paying down the national debt, setting up regional health information exchanges and accountable care organizations and promoting open source software. Some on the BOLO lists had obvious political overtones; others simply presented new questions about who should receive a tax exemption.
The oldest of the BOLO lists released by Levin -- the ones from August 2010 through March 2011 -- indicate that the IRS had been flagging applications from progressive groups for some time, while tea party groups were newly receiving scrutiny. In the case of the former, the list says that "their 'progressive' activities appear to show that (c)(3) may not be appropriate." (Section 501(c)(3) groups collect tax-deductible contributions and may not engage in any campaigning.) For the latter, the list says the applications for (c)(3) or (c)(4) status should be sent to a particular IRS group for review with help from Exempt Organizations Technical, a group of experts in Washington.(Section 501(c)(4) groups collect donations that are not tax-deductible, and they may participate in political campaigns so long as it's not their primary activity.)
That was a desperate spin on the liberals' part. And you bought it. Were any progressive organizations denied tax exemption?

Did the IRS send the FBI to progressives asking them what they said in their prayers, what books they read or the names and addresses of all the members in their organization and leaked them to a hard rightwing conservative website which they published?

If you don't recognize this as KBG tactics and a gross infringement on civil liberties and that this would have never been tolerated before this administration, you're helplessly lost.
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Deen is a democrat. Too bad you guys decided to trash her before checking it out. No worries, within a week all will be forgiven-the way it always is.
She should be an actress.
She puts on a great act.
Everyone says what they mean.
Why does her black friend do what
she says?
She pays him?
He is probably her body guard.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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Conservatives Try to Rewrite Civil Rights History (Again)
Iím still unsure of what this revisionism is supposed to accomplish. If itís to appeal to actual African American voters, you might want to try a different approach, since this one wonít work. But if itís to assuage guilt and assure conservatives that they are, and have always been, on the right side of history, thenóto borrow from President Obamaóplease proceed.
http://prospect.org/article/conservatives-try...
lol a progressive/commie rag

The American Prospect, Inc. has also received funding from the Bill Moyers-controlled Schumann Center for Media and Democracy, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the JEHT Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, George Soros's Open Society Institute, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Surdna Foundation, and others.

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Scratch a Dem and you find a bigot.
Scratch a Republican and you'll find someone too stupid to recognize hypocrisy illustrated for them.
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That was a desperate spin on the liberals' part. And you bought it. Were any progressive organizations denied tax exemption?
Did the IRS send the FBI to progressives asking them what they said in their prayers, what books they read or the names and addresses of all the members in their organization and leaked them to a hard rightwing conservative website which they published?
If you don't recognize this as KBG tactics and a gross infringement on civil liberties and that this would have never been tolerated before this administration, you're helplessly lost.
Meet the group the IRS actually denied: Democrats!

http://www.salon.com/2013/05/15/meet_the_grou...

'fair and balanced' didn't tell you that?
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lol a progressive/commie rag
The American Prospect, Inc. has also received funding from the Bill Moyers-controlled Schumann Center for Media and Democracy, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the JEHT Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, George Soros's Open Society Institute, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Surdna Foundation, and others.
doesn't matter.

the truth is the truth. tis why all you have is to attack the messenger.
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Today section 4 voting Right Act/ unions are both irrelevant; they served their purpose!!
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Whatever wrote:
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Anybody from New England personally knows someone who is a bigot/racist.
It is bad there.
It's amazing to watch these liberals use the race card for years, then as soon as one or two black families move next door to them they bolt like a bat out of hell.

I've seen it practiced dozens of times by DemocRATS I know.

New England sucks.
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Scratch a Republican and you'll find someone too stupid to recognize hypocrisy illustrated for them.
and I bet you are the first to whine about sockpuppets, right, sockpuppet.

DFL.
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Red State Sucker wrote:
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Scratch a Republican and you'll find someone too stupid to recognize hypocrisy illustrated for them.
You post a bigot comment and your defense is finger pointing?

Typical
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Meet the group the IRS actually denied: Democrats!
http://www.salon.com/2013/05/15/meet_the_grou...
'fair and balanced' didn't tell you that?
Defending the IRS Gestapo and a sellout Obama Bin Lyin is an excellent campaign strategy in 2014 you idiot, recommended for all demokrats you dumbass...

It's the culture...
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RealDave wrote:
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I am correct.
The return on solar panels is still over 20 years.(last I read).
There is a local group that looks at alternative power generation. Many have panels & their net effect is they make money from the electric company.
I am stating obvious facts. People can put panels on their roofs in the Northeast & produce enough electricity to cover their usage.
The idea you & galt don't know this just indicates how uninformed you are on the subject.
Knowing more that you right whiners doesn't make me a know-it-all. It just makes be the typical informed person because you people obviously do't know sh*t.
You obviously aren't very savvy. Sure, a moron who wants to be able to say "Oh Boy! I have solar", will agree with you, but any business minded person knows that anything with a payback period of over five (to TWENTY) years is not a slam dunk.

You are an idiot. You have no frikkin clue what you are talking about. You don't know shit. You are just a googler, that "repeats", period.

You are wrong, again, nerd.
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doesn't matter.
the truth is the truth. tis why all you have is to attack the messenger.
If you couldn't find something to post from the Soros Echo chamber, you have nothing.

The Echo chamber is a rank partisan illusion. Reality not invited.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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Meet the group the IRS actually denied: Democrats!
http://www.salon.com/2013/05/15/meet_the_grou...
'fair and balanced' didn't tell you that?
lol..another progressive/commie rag
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For one thing Carol, Justice Kennedy never called opponents of same sex marriage "enemies of the human race". That was Scalia engaging in his usual hyperbolic interpretation of the ruling.
It's ironic that people like you didn't consider it judicial over reach when the previous day the same court gutted the Voting Rights Act but people like you don't mind it when rights are restricted but get your panties in a twist when they expand the rights of those you disapprove of.
JUSTICE KENNEDY: The principal purpose and the necessary effect of this law are to demean those persons who are in a lawful same-sex marriage.

JUSTICE SCALIA: The truth is more complicated. It is hard to admit that one's political opponents are not monsters, especially in a struggle like this one, and the challenge in the end proves more than today's Court can handle.

But to defend traditional marriage is not to condemn, demean, or humiliate those who would prefer other arrangements, any more than to defend the Constitution of the United States is to condemn, demean, or humiliate other constitutions. To hurl such accusations so casually demeans this institution.

...Liberals thrive on condemning, demeaning and humiliating - so for Justice Kennedy to assume traditionalists want to "demean" gays just because they hold the same longstanding and widely shared worldwide views concerning the definition of marriage only proves political correctness has poisoned the highest court in the land.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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uh-hu
During the Obama administration, the Justice Department initially defended DOMA in court despite the administrationís desire to repeal it. But the Justice Department changed course in early 2011, finding that the law was unconstitutional and declining to defend it any longer. House Republicans have since spent hundreds of thousands of dollars taking over that defense.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/26/supr...
so you're talking to republicans?
Rampant idiotocracy doesn't favor specific labelduhm labels. It can be found in any and all sectors.

Take your woes cowored, partisanisTic gwasses orff, and you too will see lol.

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