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
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#936386 Jul 2, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
Says the person who has been frantically posting pure nonsensical comments for the last hour.
Some recs are not worth having.
Do that ring any sort of of bell in the belfwee on yer shoulders noggin'?
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#936387 Jul 2, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
It is pretty bad when you insist on making the moronic ramblings of Yeah look intellectual in comparison to your posts.
That's a very strange world you hypocritical paranoid righties reside in where defending the indefensible becomes the norm, and reality is what ever fits your political fantasies.????
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#936388 Jul 2, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
"Real" Americans??
It takes a clueless moron to make your post above.
HEH

and put that in your herd pack net of wittle bouncy bawrls
Jane Says

New York, NY

#936389 Jul 2, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
I love Wendy Davis! Hope she runs for higher office, maybe Gov of Texas
“She’s so spirited; you know, she has such energy, and she seems to have such commitment,”

"But it seems to me, and I think it seems to many Americans, that what she is speaking for and standing for is something we recognize as infanticide, late-term abortion, the taking of a little child’s life. That is really, really serious.”

“Oh my goodness,” Noonan continued,“we’re celebrating something that even in Europe they call a matter of brutality and barbarism.”

If Trayvon had been a full-term fetus, it wouldn't matter that he'd been killed by a Dr Mengeles Nazi type doctor.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#936390 Jul 2, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
I think we should all chip in and send you to visit Snowden in Russia.
lily, continues her fantasy that all who dare question the Supreme POTUS be institutionalized or removed from the country.

Very liberal of you
Whatever

Gering, NE

#936391 Jul 2, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Do that ring any sort of of bell in the belfwee on yer shoulders noggin'?
Another nonsensical comment-you can't help yourself.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#936392 Jul 2, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
HEH
and put that in your herd pack net of wittle bouncy bawrls
You have repeatedly proved my point.

I am done with your idiotic pissing contest, moron.
LCN Llin

United States

#936393 Jul 2, 2013
National Unity on Foreign Policy

The laying of a wreath at the American embassy in Dar es Salaam Tuesday symbolized a big theme of both the Barack Obama and George W Bush administrations: The war against al Qaeda.

President Obama was warmly greeted by throngs in Tanzania, but his message of trade was overshadowed by other events around the world.

The two men met in Tanzania to to honor the memories of the 224 people – 12 of them Americans – killed by al Qaeda truck bombs at that embassy and the one in Nairobi, Kenya, on Aug. 7, 1998.

Osama bin Laden’s embassy attacks were precursors of 9/11; signals, unmistakable in retrospect, that bin Laden and his allies had launched a new kind of war.

For both friends and foes Bush’s handling of all that occurred after Sept. 11, 2001, will be the major part of his legacy, a legacy about which Bush said in an interview with CNN Monday he wasn’t worried:

“history will judge the decisions that I made. And I won't be around because it's going to take a while for the objective historians to show up.”

But in dealing with al Qaeda, Obama hasn’t turned out to be exactly what his supporters expected in 2008.

Obama expanded Bush’s strategy of using unmanned drones to kill suspected terrorists in Yemen, Somalia and Pakistan.

There’s continuity with President Bill Clinton, too. Clinton tried to kill bin Laden after the 1998 embassy attacks with a cruise missile strike in Afghanistan – not so different from a drone strike.

Bush – who has been circumspect and has said almost nothing about terrorism since leaving office – has not only refrained from criticizing his successor, but on Monday essentially endorsed Obama’s handling of the NSA/ Snowden mess.

“I know he (Snowden) damaged the country. The Obama administration will deal with it,” the former president said.

Asked about the NSA surveillance, Bush said,“I put the program in place to protect the country and one of the certainties is civil liberties were guaranteed.”

He added,“I think there needs to be a balance (between individual liberty and national security) and as the president (Obama) described, there is a proper balance.”

Obama, he said magnanimously, has “got plenty on his agenda and it's difficult. A former president doesn't need to make it harder” by criticizing him.

In his National Defense University speech, Obama said that “this war, like all wars, must end,” but the war which included the 1998 embassy bombings will likely continue after Obama leaves the White House.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#936394 Jul 2, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
<quoted text>
Putin was surprising yesterday with his comments supporting the US.
President Bush supporting President Obama on security.
Egypt verging on civil war?
Yes, it's certainly interesting! Meanwhile; Snowden has no passport and nowhere to go! Of course President Bush and any President would be supportive! After all, he created the program in the first place.
Looks bad in Egypt; who do they want to be President anyway?
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#936395 Jul 2, 2013
TSM wrote:
Liberals/Democrats telling the American People Obamacare were the greatest thing since Apple Pie, Democrats trying to suppress confusion, hide cost of ObamaCare another ‘I Told You So!’ But just think after Obamacare is fully implemented still 30 million Americans will be without coverage!!
Egaw
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#936396 Jul 2, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
Another nonsensical comment-you can't help yourself.
HEH

and put that in your herd pack net of wittle bouncy bawrls
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#936397 Jul 2, 2013
Jane Says wrote:
<quoted text>“She’s so spirited; you know, she has such energy, and she seems to have such commitment,”
"But it seems to me, and I think it seems to many Americans, that what she is speaking for and standing for is something we recognize as infanticide, late-term abortion, the taking of a little child’s life. That is really, really serious.”
“Oh my goodness,” Noonan continued,“we’re celebrating something that even in Europe they call a matter of brutality and barbarism.”
If Trayvon had been a full-term fetus, it wouldn't matter that he'd been killed by a Dr Mengeles Nazi type doctor.
Ewe...why parasites are only good for eradication
TheIndependentMa jority

Manchester, KY

#936398 Jul 2, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
You have repeatedly proved my point.
I am done with your idiotic pissing contest, moron.
Finally see the weirdness and freakishness in the depravity of stalking and pretending huh?

About time.

(because there IS really something OFF-as in -NOT right in the head- in that kind of stuff!!)
TheIndependentMa jority

Manchester, KY

#936399 Jul 2, 2013
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
That's a very strange world you hypocritical paranoid righties reside in where defending the indefensible becomes the norm, and reality is what ever fits your political fantasies.????
As in sick in the head (for real!)!
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#936400 Jul 2, 2013
At a time when Washington is extremely concerned about excessive spending, the cost of one congressman's overseas trip has raised eyebrows.

According to the Albuquerque Journal, Rep. Steve Pearce (R-N.M.) booked a $19,525 flight to Egypt in November 2012. The ticket was paid for by taxpayers.

Pearce spokesman Eric Layer defended the exorbitant price tag to the Journal, noting the Veterans Day trip was booked with less than two weeks' notice after a congressional delegation trip was canceled. However, the Journal emphasized that an online search for roundtrip airfare leaving for Egypt in less than two weeks found tickets for $2,477, less than 13 percent of what taxpayers shelled out for Pearce's five-day excursion.

Over the past year, Pearce has also traveled to Ghana, the United Arab Emirates and Germany. The travel for those trips was provided by the U.S. military.

Pearce has been known for chastising his fellow elected officials for reckless spending. The Wall Street Journal described him as "a fiscal conservative who has made cutting wasteful government spending a hallmark of his tenure in the House."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/01/stev...
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#936401 Jul 2, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
Another nonsensical comment-you can't help yourself.
Eh gaw "skanknasty" again.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#936402 Jul 2, 2013
TheIndependentMajority wrote:
<quoted text>
Finally see the weirdness and freakishness in the depravity of stalking and pretending huh?
About time.
(because there IS really something OFF-as in -NOT right in the head- in that kind of stuff!!)
eh gaw "skanknasty"again.
GOPIdiots

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#936403 Jul 2, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
BERLIN - The German government said on Monday if media reports of large-scale U.S. spying on the European Union were confirmed, it would be unacceptable Cold War-style behavior between partners who require mutual trust.
http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/01...
Now Germans know how Americans who oppose this administration feel.
Does anyone still believe Obama is improving foreign relations? Or uniting this country?
You voted for Bush, right? Supported him?
Well he spoke very clearly yesterday about the NSA program and supports our current POTUS [position with respect to protecting Americans.

///Former president George W. Bush criticized Edward Snowden and expressed confidence that the Obama administration would appropriately handle the controversy about its surveillance tactics in an interview filmed Sunday with CNN in Zambia.

Speaking to CNN’s Robyn Curnow, Mr. Bush said Mr. Snowden, the former CIA employee who leaked classified National Security Agency information, had “damaged the security of the country.” Mr. Bush said he was sure the administration would “deal” with the aftermath of the leaks, and said he approved of the NSA’s tactics.“I think there needs to be a balance, and as the president explained, there is a proper balance,” he said. The full interview is airing later Monday////

http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/07/01/bush...

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#936404 Jul 2, 2013
OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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Are YOU on the glue?
The USA has THOUSANDS OF COMPANIES ready to get it done!
But they picked only one!
NO BID CONTRACTS.
fill in the price later!
would you hire a contractor like that? NO WAY!
$125,000 for a non army truck driver.
think about that!
YOUR USA Army son or daughter was paid $18,000.
THE BIGGEST RIP OFF EVER!!
$6 TRILLION DOLLARS TOTAL COST.
$6 THOUSAND BILLION DOLLARS.
ALL BORROWED BY REPUBLICANS.
EVERY CENT.
Borrowed against your next 40 generations.
for a stupid war.
IRAQ NEVER ATTACKED US, EVER. NEVER.
(it is said the USA provided Iraq with chemical weapons in the first place to use on Iran?)
CHRISTIANS walked the street in peace in Iraq,
Until the Bush Invasion.
Now YOU lose your head if you wear a cross in Iraq.
Thanks Bush: you set back relations a thousand years!
You still haven't written how the government contract bidding system works? All the gobble-de-gook you provided is a smoke screen? Give it up.
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Newington, CT

#936405 Jul 2, 2013
GOPIdiots wrote:
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You voted for Bush, right? Supported him?
Well he spoke very clearly yesterday about the NSA program and supports our current POTUS [position with respect to protecting Americans.
///Former president George W. Bush criticized Edward Snowden and expressed confidence that the Obama administration would appropriately handle the controversy about its surveillance tactics in an interview filmed Sunday with CNN in Zambia.
Speaking to CNN’s Robyn Curnow, Mr. Bush said Mr. Snowden, the former CIA employee who leaked classified National Security Agency information, had “damaged the security of the country.” Mr. Bush said he was sure the administration would “deal” with the aftermath of the leaks, and said he approved of the NSA’s tactics.“I think there needs to be a balance, and as the president explained, there is a proper balance,” he said. The full interview is airing later Monday////
http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/07/01/bush...
Funny how your name is GOP idiots and you loons always said and still say Bush was an idiot, yet now you quote him to defend your idiot.

Bush the RINO speaketh, you swallow.

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