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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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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They thought it was night school; wonder if they learned anything?
In Yeah's bedroom?

They learned about bestiality.

In your bedroom?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHA.......
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So now you want to convince us that Republicans are nothing more than "cast out" Democrats who betrayed their party?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.... ....
sonic...yer getting real thin here:]
Ty Science Fiction. We might find *THAT* more entertaining.
The Conservative Fantasy History of Civil Rights

The civil rights movement, once a controversial left-wing fringe, has grown deeply embedded into the fabric of our national story. This is a salutary development, but a problematic one for conservatives, who are the direct political descendants of (and, in the case of some of the older members of the movement, the exact same people as) the strident opponents of the civil rights movement. It has thus become necessary for conservatives to craft an alternative story, one that absolves their own ideology of any guilt. The right has dutifully set itself to its task, circulating its convoluted version of history, honing it to the point where it can be repeated by any defensive College Republican in his dorm room.

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2012/05/...

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sonicfilter wrote:
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stupid begets stupid.
Talking to yourself does that.
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Like you, I have no interest in Paula Deen. But the culture today delights in other people's suffering rather than looking at the man in the mirror.
Weiner is likely to become the mayor of New York after showing his weener to total strangers.
The bar has been lowered. Progressive liberals won't be happy until it's at ground level and will keep electing those who can still limbo under it.
I have no interest in reality TV or Paula Deen.
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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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stupid begets sad.
we feel sad for you.
who is we?

please don't say FOXbots.
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stupid begets stupid.
Obviously. Obama is still sitting in the White House and the craziness is now outright insanity. Thanks to stupid begetting stupid.
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There is an awful lot of misinformation and untruth out there about the legacy of the two major political parties and the civil rights movement. Conservatives often like to use slight of hand, insisting that because the early Republican party was stronger in support of civil rights, this means that conservatives have the moral high ground. This is totally untrue.

Republicans – Moderate and Liberal Republicans supported civil rights. The Republicans who supported civil rights in America were not conservatives of the same ilk as George W. Bush, Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck. They were liberals and moderates, people like former Rhode Island senator Lincoln Chaffee and former senator governor Nelson Rockefeller.

Conservative Democrats opposed civil rights. The Democrats opposed to the civil rights movement weren’t Democrats with the center-left ideology of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. They were, in fact, conservatives – especially from the south – with far more in common with Limbaugh, Beck, etc. than any modern mainstream Democrat. When people say that someone like notorious segregationist Bull Connor was a Democrat, they are technically right on the party label, but when it comes to ideology Connor and the rest of those opposed to racial integration were conservatives.

Read more: http://www.addictinginfo.org/history-democrat...

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lily boca raton fl wrote:
Edward Snowden In 2009: Leakers Should Be 'Shot In The Balls'
hmmmm....
You've got some, eh?

Strap on or real?

Or.....????
LCN Llin

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sonicfilter wrote:
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The Conservative Fantasy History of Civil Rights
The civil rights movement, once a controversial left-wing fringe, has grown deeply embedded into the fabric of our national story. This is a salutary development, but a problematic one for conservatives, who are the direct political descendants of (and, in the case of some of the older members of the movement, the exact same people as) the strident opponents of the civil rights movement. It has thus become necessary for conservatives to craft an alternative story, one that absolves their own ideology of any guilt. The right has dutifully set itself to its task, circulating its convoluted version of history, honing it to the point where it can be repeated by any defensive College Republican in his dorm room.
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2012/05/...
Truth will out!
Republican Malarky was rejected by voters in 2012
Thanks Joe Biden

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who is we?
please don't say FOXbots.
Us...us folks up here in Olympus.

We feel sad for fools like you. We might send someone down there to straighten your azz out.

But, then again...maybe not.

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LCN Llin wrote:
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I have no interest in reality.
VERY truthful. Brave, Dood.
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I have a sneaking suspicion that LCN Llin is actually Tenzing with a bag over his head.
Notice how clueless, inane and cryptic the posts are?
Classic Tenzing waste.
Don't think Tenzing has ever read Shakespeare. Could be wrong.

But clueless, inane and cryptic describes him to a tee.
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Every Liberal Sheep in the country wants a solar panel roof with a wind turbine in their backyard.
And they're willing to trash the environment to get them, dammit!
It's like name-dropping "Gold" in some hick-town bar and the next morning, the hardware store is out of pick-axes and pie-pans while the townsfolk are tearing up every river, creek and sewer pipe within a hundred miles.
And when they finally wake up a generation from now, Bush-Bashing will be resurrected once again for the trashed environment.....
They fail to understand that their home solar panels may heat a little water, but are inconsequential in the global energy demand.
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who is we?
please don't say FOXbots.
That's my request to you. Please don't say FOXbots. It's getting old and stale - and shallow.
Whatever

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we feel sad for you.
It is your fault. You got Sonic so upset he now is stuttering.
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Like you, I have no interest in Paula Deen. But the culture today delights in other people's suffering rather than looking at the man in the mirror.
Weiner is likely to become the mayor of New York after showing his weener to total strangers.
The bar has been lowered. Progressive liberals won't be happy until it's at ground level and will keep electing those who can still limbo under it.
Maybe more like slither under.
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Robert Byrd was a high ranking member of the KKK - and a top-ranking member in the Democratic Party.
Paula Deen admits to a racial slur 30 years ago and her life is destroyed.
Liberals love to be holier than thou and throw the first stone and every single one they can find.
Paula Deen should have testified like an Obamabot...just say "I don't recall", or "to the best of my knowledge"...or just take the Fifth.

Did you use the n-word?..."I don't recall."
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There is an awful lot of misinformation and untruth out there about the legacy of the two major political parties and the civil rights movement. Conservatives often like to use slight of hand, insisting that because the early Republican party was stronger in support of civil rights, this means that conservatives have the moral high ground. This is totally untrue.
Republicans – Moderate and Liberal Republicans supported civil rights. The Republicans who supported civil rights in America were not conservatives of the same ilk as George W. Bush, Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck. They were liberals and moderates, people like former Rhode Island senator Lincoln Chaffee and former senator governor Nelson Rockefeller.
Conservative Democrats opposed civil rights. The Democrats opposed to the civil rights movement weren’t Democrats with the center-left ideology of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. They were, in fact, conservatives – especially from the south – with far more in common with Limbaugh, Beck, etc. than any modern mainstream Democrat. When people say that someone like notorious segregationist Bull Connor was a Democrat, they are technically right on the party label, but when it comes to ideology Connor and the rest of those opposed to racial integration were conservatives.
Read more: http://www.addictinginfo.org/history-democrat...
Southern racist Democrats opposed civil rights in every shape and form and at every turn.

That's all there is to say about that.

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The Conservative Fantasy History of Civil Rights
The civil rights movement, once a controversial left-wing fringe, has grown deeply embedded into the fabric of our national story. This is a salutary development, but a problematic one for conservatives, who are the direct political descendants of (and, in the case of some of the older members of the movement, the exact same people as) the strident opponents of the civil rights movement. It has thus become necessary for conservatives to craft an alternative story, one that absolves their own ideology of any guilt. The right has dutifully set itself to its task, circulating its convoluted version of history, honing it to the point where it can be repeated by any defensive College Republican in his dorm room.
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2012/05/...
An Ultra Leftist writing an Ultra-Left propaganda piece inside of an Ultra-Left Wing Media Spigot and you get all titillated to pieces. Wet your pants, girly.

I'm happy for you but not for your laundress.
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The Rolling Stones wrapped the U.S. leg of its 50 and Counting tour Monday in Washington D.C., concluding without any special guests this time, although Lenny Kravitz was in the house and went backstage for a visit with guitarist Ron Wood.

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