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 ... Read more
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#937732 Jul 4, 2013
dem wrote:
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Is this the real grey?
How are ya pal?
Hey dem, I hope all is well.Have a great 4th. Listening to all of these whiney azzed righties sit in a mud hole and fart all day is soooo pleasurable. They are sick and lonely bigoted hypocrites where joy and the light of day never enters...You gotta love their brand of misery. Repetitious social ingrates...The lot of them.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#937733 Jul 4, 2013
martinezjosei wrote:
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You are wrong again!
We Conservative have different opinions. You can not put us all in your little camp. We are not zombie Liberals like you, idiot!
All Liberals think alike therefore they are all always wrong. Any Liberal who is against their masters orders is kicked out of the club. For example: All Liberals believe in Global Warming Hoax, Obama is the Messiah, Muslim terrorists are victims, homosexuality is normal, blacks are victims of white greed, all white rich people are greedy except if he or she is Liberal and illegals need more benefits.
See? You are all brain washed by the same idiots, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan, incompetent tele-prompter Obama, Sexual predator Bill Clinton, loser Carter, dumb Roseanne Barr, etc.
Those are your idols, you idiot! No wonder you have no hope!
We Conservatives have different opinions among ourselves, so what one says does not represent the rest of us.
We ONLY agree in the Constitution, freedom and Liberty!!!
We also agree Obama is incompetent as his blind zombie followers like you are!
Are you Polish?
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#937734 Jul 4, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
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No more republicans comparing President Obama with President Carter?
Republicans confused with President Bush supporting President Obama on national security.
Republicans will still whine
President Obama is still black...
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#937735 Jul 4, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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OMG Egypt had elections & elected a leader. The President applauded the election process. Not the person that was elected.
When you push for countries to be democratic, you my not like who they elect.
As a great example, look at our fanatics who elected two Orangutans in Bush- Cheney the prime creators of all the messes that we are now induring. Neither have the leadership qualities of a chimp.

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#937736 Jul 4, 2013
Eman wrote:
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Dumbass dave lies again
"The study estimated 80% of the uninsured under PPACA will be U.S. citizens, and most tend to be between ages 18 and 44, with a few million in younger and older age demographics."
So you agree with me that the 30 million uninsured are not 30 million Americans not insured.

Try keep up,. dumbass. I clearly said the number included non-citizens.

No lie, just more of your stupidity.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#937737 Jul 4, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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As a child, I experienced the bullying and stupid acts of certain individuals in my environment back then. Later, just passing curiosity drove me to ask people I knew "What ever became of...Xxxx and Zzzz?".
They all ended up in prison, revolving-door jail or dead at an early age from either a bullet or booze.
These observations add up to a life's experience regarding human behaviors - some very valuable.
What ever happened to that Trayvon Dude? You know,... the punk with the attitude and piss-poor manners toward fellow human beings?
Where is he nowadays? Did he ever straighten out?
Yes...he straightened out, alright. On the Morgue Slab.
So you're short and fat; I knew it. And Polish on top of that. No wonder you're so miserable.
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#937738 Jul 4, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Are you Polish?
Hey lily, I hope you have a great 4th.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#937739 Jul 4, 2013
martinezjosei wrote:
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You are dealing with Liberals, they will not f*ck themselves you have to exercise your second Amendment on them, only then they will respect your first amendment!
Why do you thing Homeland Security bought all the ammunition in stores?
PD: I went to Meijer and they had no single ammo left!!!
Classic! Use the last bullet on yourself and do the world a favor.

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#937740 Jul 4, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Those who choose to accept financial responsibility for their own medical care are hardly freeloaders.
On the other hand, those who become insured with taxpayer subsidies under ObamaKare are clearly freeloaders.
So when these rugged independent friends of yours that choose to pay for their own health care find out they need a $100,000 heart transplant, they can't afford, who pays for it?
Or, all those that simply bet they aren't going to get sick and actually do and then just show up at a medical facility and demand care, who do you think pays for that?
Your blissful denial of reality continues to amaze me.
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#937741 Jul 4, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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George Zimmerman saved some person's life in the future.
This is the thanks he gets for it.
As the racist pig emerges from an otherwise empty head....

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#937742 Jul 4, 2013
Eman wrote:
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This lie proves what everyone says about you, dumbass. He was "board certified" by his board before his ABO Certification expired.
Dodo bird!
WAS - in the past. No longer certified.

You claimed that the current head of the ABO certified himself as if this was the same as the fraud Rand Paul.

But the current leader of the ABO was certified by the ABO before he took office.

Rand Paul, was not certified by the NBO before he took office as President of the NBO & therefore he did certify himself.
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#937743 Jul 4, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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* Zimmerman killed the poor guy.
"poor" doesn't belong in that sentence. "azzhole" does.
* Why wasn't he working?
Who? Zimmerman? WTH are you talking about?
* Stay out of other peoples business?
Shouldn't I be saying this to you instead?
Thank goodness you are starting to talk to yourself...Maybe you can decipher your mindless crap???
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#937744 Jul 4, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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So you're short and fat; I knew it. And Polish on top of that. No wonder you're so miserable.
I'll bet old shinning also has two tiny balls haging from his chin, like most of these phony righties. The very same mindless rhetoric daily. Dwelling in cluelessness and misery daily is a rightie trademark.

Easthampton, MA

#937745 Jul 4, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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So, what you're saying is, a person who makes a personal telephone call to another person without including a group of people in the call doesn't have a reasonable expectation of privacy?
Then what you're saying is there has never been any need for any warrant to have ever been issued allowing the government to tap a phone.
Do you even listen to the horsecrap that comes out of your mouth?
How about you find a ruling by the Supreme Court that states evidence such as a phone conversation obtained without a warrant was illegally obtained and cannot be used. There are, what? A thousand of those cases?
And, you can find another thousand cases where the ruling was the government needs a warrant to read your email.
Any information on your computer is private information. If this weren't true, then, for one thing, 9/11 would never have happened because there would not have been a liberal federal judge to prevent the FBI from looking at Moussaoui's computer and reading the goddam detailed plans of the 9/11 attack, you dumbass.
The 4th Amendment guarantees that the government cannot acquire personal information on individuals without a warrant.
It's that goddam simple.
Read the goddam Constitution, dufus.
Nobody is talking about phone conversations now are they dimwit? We're talking about phone numbers. In 1979 the Supreme Court ruled in Smith v Maryland stated;
" Petitioner in all probability entertained no actual expectation of privacy in the phone numbers he dialed, and even if he did, his expectation was not "legitimate." First, it is doubtful that telephone users in general have any expectation of privacy regarding the numbers they dial, since they typically know that they must convey phone numbers to the telephone company and that the company has facilities for recording this information and does in fact record it for various legitimate business purposes. And petitioner did not demonstrate an expectation of privacy merely by using his home phone rather than some other phone, since his conduct, although perhaps calculated to keep the contents of his conversation private, was not calculated to preserve the privacy of the number he dialed. Second, even if petitioner did harbor some subjective expectation of privacy, this expectation was not one that society is prepared to recognize as "reasonable." When petitioner voluntarily conveyed numerical information to the phone company and "exposed" that information to its equipment in the normal course of business, he assumed the risk that the company would reveal the information [442 U.S. 735, 736] to the police, cf. United States v. Miller, 425 U.S. 435 . Pp. 741-746."
No liar, it was not a judge liberal or otherwise that prohibited FBI agents from examining the contents of Moussaoui's computer, it was supervisors in Washington so you'd have to take that up with the Bush DOJ.

“gun control takes two hands”

Since: Mar 13


#937746 Jul 4, 2013
Jeebuss wrote:
People don't care. They just wanted a black president. Period.
You're right, they have no one to blame but themselves when taxes skyrocket and the military becomes downsized, leaving us vulnerable to attacks.
They are actually happy that they have put this country in danger.
Excellent prediction from 2008.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#937747 Jul 4, 2013
Syria's President Bashar Assad has claimed that his opponents have "used up all their tools" and failed to overthrow his regime.

In an interview with the state-run Al-Thawra newspaper published on Thursday, Assad rejected to name what has been happening in Syria since more than two years a revolution.

Instead, he insisted it is a conspiracy by Western and some Arab states to destabilise his country.

"The countries that conspire against Syria have used up all their tools and they have nothing left except direct (military) intervention," Assad said in the interview, adding that such an intervention would not happen.

Assad also praised this week's massive protests by Egyptians against their Islamists leader and said the overthrow of President Mohammed Morsi meant the end of "political Islam."

He said that his opponents failed because they tried to bring religion onto the battlefield.

"Whoever brings religion to use for political or factional interests will fall anywhere in the world," Assad said in the interview, again citing Morsi's overthrow by the military in Egypt.

He has also shrugged off calls to step down, saying he will serve the rest of his term and could consider running for another one in next year's presidential elections.
Grey Ghost

Partlow, VA

#937748 Jul 4, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Saint Trayvon would have been killed by now in a gang murder or a liquor store holdup.
So says the cellar dwelling free loading hypocrite as his fat azz rambles through his cookie jar searching for his last Twinkie like the cockroach that he is. LMAO.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#937749 Jul 4, 2013
International reactions to Morsi's removal

World leaders weigh in after Egypt's army commander announces that president had been removed

Saudi King Abdullah sent a message of congratulations to Adly Mansour ahead of his appointment as interim president.

"In the name of the people of Saudi Arabia and on my behalf, we congratulate your leadership of Egypt in this critical period of its history. We pray for God to help you bear the responsibility laid upon you to achieve the ambitions of our brotherly people of Egypt," the message said.

Bashar al-Assad on Wednesday praised Egypt's protests against their leader and said his overthrow by the military means the end of "political Islam".

Assad, who is seeking to crush a revolt against his own rule, said Egyptians have discovered the "lies" of the Muslim Brotherhood.

The UAE welcomed the change in Egypt, according to state news agency WAM, and praised the Egyptian armed forces.

"His Highness Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahayan, the foreign minister of the UAE, expressed his full confidence that the great people of Egypt are able to cross these difficult moments that Egypt is going through," WAM said in a statement.

The UK urged for calm in Egypt, but stopped short of calling the military intervention a coup.

"The situation is clearly dangerous and we call on all sides to show restraint and avoid violence," said Foreign Secretary William Hague. "The United Kingdom does not support military intervention as a way to resolve disputes in a democratic system."

The US State Department expressed concern over the military intervention.

The US ordered the mandatory evacuation of its embassy in Cairo, just hours after the army deposed Morsi. A later travel advisory confirmed that "the Department of State ordered the departure of non-emergency US government personnel and family members from Egypt due to the ongoing political and social unrest."

US President Barack Obama released a statement saying he was deeply concerned by the decision by Egyptian military to depose Morsi, and called for a swift return to civilian government.

Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said the military intervention was "a major setback for democracy in Egypt" and called for "dialogue and political compromise".

"This is a major setback for democracy in Egypt," Westerwelle said during a visit to Athens. "It is urgent that Egypt return as quickly as possible to the constitutional order... there is a real danger that the democratic transition in Egypt will be seriously damaged
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#937750 Jul 4, 2013
'Revolution re-launched'

Speaking shortly after Sisi's announcement, liberal opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei said the "2011 revolution was re-launched" and that the roadmap meets the demand of the protesters.

Egypt's leading Muslim and Christian clerics also backed the army-sponsored roadmap.

Pope Tawadros, the head of the Coptic Church, said the plan offered a political vision and would ensure security for all Egyptians, about 10 percent of whom are Christian. Egypt's second largest Islamist group, the Nour party, said in a statement that it agreed to the army roadmap in order to avoid further conflict
LCN Llin

United States

#937751 Jul 4, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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President Obama is still black...
only in America, President Obama is half black anywhere else ....the old southern one drop of blood

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