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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“Too Ugly to Win”

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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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If they can go and fight in a war and be killed, they should be allowed to vote.
sure and drink, smoke weed, and carry a gun loaded with bullets.

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Waxman wrote:
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Oh wow! Dumb Dave has news!
Let's all stop what we are doing and listen!
Maybe it will be as exciting as the news where Dumb Dave said:
"Bush abandoned Afghanistan" !!!
With accuracy like that, we all take Dumb Dave so seriously!
Now Dumb Dave is saying the banking crisis & world recession are Bush's fault!
"Bush was driving the bus" for the world economy!
M O O N B A T !
It must be news to you dickweeds. You seem to forget about who was President when we started the worst recession in 80 years, two quagmire wars, a housing collapse, doubled the debt, & a near financial meltdown.

It must be news to you. You blame Obama for it.

We went to Afghanistan to get Bin Laden. We were making progress, taking & holding territories.

Then Bush declared Bin Laden irrelevant,quit looking for him & took military assets & attention to Iraq. We then lost territories & made no further progress in Afghanistan. We abandoned that effort & concentrated onIraq,a country that had nothing to do with terrorism.

Now ou claim it wasn't Bush's fault, it was the world economy. Very amusing.

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John Galt wrote:
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The overthrow of any Islamic Obama puppet government is cause for rejoicing.
AMEN!

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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.
The problem is...people are not taking financial responsibility for their medical care. They are gambling on staying healthy just like they gamble on the stock market. Then, when the unpredictable happens and they run up medical bills, these freeloaders just file bankruptcy.

What we need to do is change our bankruptcy laws to treat medical bills like tax debts. If someone chooses to be uninsured or purchase insurance that does not cover a catastrophic illness they need to take responsibility for their actions. Its time we stopped bailing people out.

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Waxman wrote:
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Sorry lily. We don't live in a mob rule society yet, as much as that is bad news to you.
Go find yourself a time machine so you can go back to a less civilized society of about 800 years ago, where you belong.
From what has occurred so far in the trial it looks like we had a hoodie with a bad attitude.
The hoodie's star witness is a racist who is now a proven liar, just like the rest of you.
She is also a fatty (the term a mature, reasoned person like you likes to use).
To the rabid right, wearing a hoodie is grounds for murder.

Zimmerman is guilty of manslaughter.

Zimmeran is a liar. He claimed he knew nothing about the "stand your ground"law but his teacher said otherwise.

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Carlisle, PA

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fetch almighty wrote:
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Yes O'bama I should shut up.
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GW Bush never told me to shut up.
If only
OBAMA the GENIUS

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Stoneman wrote:
Over 4 years of unemployment above 7%.
Doubling the national debt to pay off gubbermint labor unions and UAW pension fund.
Scandals galore: Solyndra (does anybody remember THAT one?), Benghazi, IRS, NSA, etc. etc. etc.
What's our Lord Obama doing? Vacationing in Africa with Moochelle and the kids, at a cost of almost $100 MILLION!
How much more is it going to take for you leftists to wake up? If you want a Marxist gubbermint, one that will pay for your retirement, health care, housing, food, and basically wet-nurse you for your entire underachieving, pathetic life, CHOOSE A BETTER LEADER.
The one you picked is incompetent.
We did! Obama!

Your guy: bushy boy.....

Committed the USA to a $6 TRILLION DOLLAR INVASION!!

did you forget?

$6 TRILLION ---- ALL BORROWED!

YOU OWE THAT!

now cry again for me: food stamps cost so much?

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> The problem is however that more than likely it would have improved much better without him. His policies have done more damage than good. We would have been better off if he got elected and just played golf.
Easy to say & I knew you would be saying it as the economy improved.

Obama's policies fighting this recession were basically the same as Romney's & the Republicans.

“Come Home America!”

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John Galt wrote:
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The overthrow of any Islamic Obama puppet government is cause for rejoicing.
So, Galt personally knows the Egyptian army's pick of Egypt's chief justice to be interim President? Galt also knows for sure that the Egyptian army's coup of Morsi and replacement by a constitutional court judge appointed by military strongman Hosni Mubarak , and suspension of the constitutionally-elected civilian government are moves back towards more democracy? "In a statement, Obama said the United States supported “a set of core principles, including opposition to violence, protection of universal human rights, and reform that meets the legitimate aspirations of the people.”

He added:“We are deeply concerned by the decision of the Egyptian Armed Forces to remove President Morsi and suspend the Egyptian constitution. I now call on the Egyptian military to move quickly and responsibly to return full authority back to a democratically elected civilian government as soon as possible through an inclusive and transparent process, and to avoid any arbitrary arrests of President Morsi and his supporters.” http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/04...
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> Not convicted yet and from what I've seen is going to be proven innocent.
Not if that fatty judge has her way.
John Galt

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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text> It's a very small part of the ACA law that was inserted in by Senate Republicans and which wasn't very popular or cost effective because the 'fine' would always be lower than the overall price businesses would pay for not insuring their employers (less than 1% of businesses with 3-5 employees) The rest of the ACA law(Obamacare ) has been going forward with great success despite republicans attempting to block implementation of the law by defunding . The most to benefit will be younger , 21 year olds entering the work force for the first time who will have a variety of inexpensive insurance plans to choose from in the state-established health exchanges( soft capitalism as if people mattered!)
Tax, not a fine.

Without the employer mandate, there is no way to verify if individuals are eligible for the subsidies.

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USAsince1680 wrote:
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Posted like a true hypocrite.
We're all hypocrites at times whether it's intentional or not because we're all human. But liberals seem to reject any reference to God in the public arena at all times and then claim exclusive ownership of Him to achieve self-serving goals or to judge others.

You're probably not like that though.

Happy Fourth. Remember who we are today.

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RealDave wrote:
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If only
If only Obama listened to the people once in a while.

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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.
Exactly!!! Bravo!
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RealDave wrote:
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To the rabid right, wearing a hoodie is grounds for murder.
Zimmerman is guilty of manslaughter.
Zimmeran is a liar. He claimed he knew nothing about the "stand your ground"law but his teacher said otherwise.
As usual, you are making irresponsible accusations, demonstrating your ignorance & extremism.

Nobody has said hoodie was targeted just for his hoodie, except you, of course.

If you socialists had total control, there would be no justice system.

Look dumbfk, why don't you loons & liars on the left let the Jury decide?
John Galt

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USAsince1680 wrote:
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The problem is...people are not taking financial responsibility for their medical care. They are gambling on staying healthy just like they gamble on the stock market. Then, when the unpredictable happens and they run up medical bills, these freeloaders just file bankruptcy.
What we need to do is change our bankruptcy laws to treat medical bills like tax debts. If someone chooses to be uninsured or purchase insurance that does not cover a catastrophic illness they need to take responsibility for their actions. Its time we stopped bailing people out.
Speak for yourself.

Most of the newly insured under ObamaKKKare will have their "premiums" largely paid for by the taxpayers, so they will still be moochers, no different than before.

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> Same for drinking.
"flack"
Same with sex, according to "silly" is is perfectly okay for teachers to have sex with their students. A way in her mind for the students to learn the facts of life.
Peace
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RealDave wrote:
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Easy to say & I knew you would be saying it as the economy improved.
Obama's policies fighting this recession were basically the same as Romney's & the Republicans.
The economy will improve, despite Obama. He simply has obstructed the recovery with his policies, but he can't stop it completely after 5 years.

Stop lying you moron. His & the Democrats policies are not the same. You claiming that shows what an idiot & how incorrect you always are.
John Galt

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RealDave wrote:
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To the rabid right, wearing a hoodie is grounds for murder.
Zimmerman is guilty of manslaughter.
Zimmeran is a liar. He claimed he knew nothing about the "stand your ground"law but his teacher said otherwise.
Hoodies are standard street criminal attire.

Live with it.

If others want to look like street criminals, then they should be aware of the risk.

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John Galt wrote:
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Tax, not a fine.
Without the employer mandate, there is no way to verify if individuals are eligible for the subsidies.
Hope Judge Roberts is struggling with his decision - or at least regrets it.

He was in a precarious position in overturning legislation passed by Congress and the Executive Branch, granted, but he should have listened to the people.

The majority didn't want it before it was passed or at the time of the SCOTUS' decision and don't want it now.

But guess we don't matter anymore. Strict partisanship and the Supreme Court decide for all of us.

Like overturning the will of the people in California. Legal loopholes and political correctness influence the highest court of the land's decisions that affect all of us.

Hope things change soon.

Happy Fourth, Galt.

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