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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<quoted text>So, you have nothing of value to post nuculur and decided to waste your time whining and crying you idiot...
It's the culture...
Nuculur can't win anything on his own merits so resorts to hiding between a constant listing of dishonest pen names.

Cowards are known for doing that.

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<quoted text>George Zimmerman is Hispanic you idiot.. His mother uncle father are NOT white you moosehead... LMFAO Hispanic you idiot
It's the culture...
I was just doing a quick perusal of news items tonight and came across something about Zimmerman. I took a double take.

They used to call him white but were called on the carpet for that by normal people so now they are calling him a white Hispanic!!!!! NO joke!

So the white Hispanic shot the black black boy thug.

These media liberals are a real trip.

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No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>BTW: Not only is George Zimmerman Hispanic you idiot, he's a democrat....
It's the culture....
...and a future former democrat...?

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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It was a tragedy that could have been avoided.
Zimmerman could have stayed in his house or in his car and Trayvon could have kept walking home.
But it would have been avoided had either one done either.
Now a jury has to decide which one was most responsible for why the young man is dead - a man trying to protect his neighborhood waiting for the police carrying a gun or a teenager who decided to confront him and instigate a fight instead of just going home.
Very sad it happened no matter who's side you're on.
And I could have avoided the traffic accident at Third & Maple if I had just stayed home, too. But I didn't.

In fact, we could all avoid Life's downside if we'd just learn to live in a closet until we die.

That way, we'd never step on anyone's toes, racial or otherwise.

Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are a risky business.
Some folks prefer the safety of Socialism, Political Correctness and Master/Slave relationships. I do not.

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Tonto 2 wrote:
In white textbooks nationwide it STILL says, the Manhattan Indians sold Manhattan Island to the Dutch "Entrepreneurs" for a handful of beads. It says this to demonstrate the wisdom of the "good" trade vs. the "bad" one. We Indians are the butt of your European joke. Ha Ha Ha. Now... you are the butt of ours. Ha Ha Ha.
You have developmental issues.

Seek help and maybe you could learn to mature into some sort of adulthood.

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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So now you're going to spit on the graves of those who died to save the union and end the institution of slavery too?
You have no shame. Because you have no conscience.
It's time for you to start reading some books on forgiveness and letting go of the past - and check out a few books about moving on too.
You'll be a better person for it.
Tonto is one those Liberals who are tightly wrapped up into a fetal position of navel-gazing and thumb-sucking.

He's not going to allow himself to be born, dammit.

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Looked it up because I've never had reason to spell it before now.
It can be spelled both ways.
People like Tonto who suffer from the cancer of historical angst can also be called Chemosabe if they're in treatment:]

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Something present day democrats don't like to be reminded of. The history of their own party - like in the south.
Their history is your present reality.

Talk about not wanting to be reminded ...

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Are you just confused or have you been drinking?
The vote for the resolution using military force in Afghanistan was almost unanimous. The resolution using military force in Iraq was supported by Democrats by a 110 vote.
If no Democrats had voted for either you'd have a point.
But you have no point.
If all Democrats had voted against Iraq YOUR Party still would have carried the vote in the House; 207 total House Democrat votes to 215 Republican votes for.

There's no getting around it. Its no excuse for your sorry Party to say "Some Democrats went along with it." You don't get how totally retarded that is?

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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If you simply asked the Magic Negro what time it was, his automatic knee-jerk response would be to lie to you.
He's flawed that way:]
Why do you want more Repubs in office? So they can do this to American workers?
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Washington (CNN)-- Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked the No.1 item on the president's congressional "to-do-list," refusing to allow a vote on a bill that would give tax breaks for companies that "insource" jobs to the U.S. from overseas while eliminating tax deductions for companies that move jobs abroad.
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The method Republicans have used to block all jobs legislation in the past two years is the same. A jobs bill comes up, it is filled with positive things for the economy, Republicans filibuster debate, this shields them from having to make floor speeches on why they don't want tax breaks for small businesses... etc.

Why? Well, if the economy recovers too strongly before an election, Republicans will lose power. If jobs numbers look too good, people will want to keep the same party. By Republicans blocking all jobs legislation and keeping jobs numbers from improving they believe this is their ticket to power.

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LoisLane59 wrote:
More than half of Democratic Senators voted for the use of military force in Iraq. Without them, the Iraq War would have never been sanctioned.
As someone else put it:
The War in Iraq was only approved because of a majority Democrat vote in the Senate. The Democrats then turned around and called it "Bush's war". It's intellectual dishonesty.
This retarded reasoning is what makes y'all so much fun:

Because Senate Democrats didn't stop Bush from committing the second most retarded foreign policy blunder in our history, its their fault and not Bush's.

Can't imagine why every sane person on the planet calls it "Bush's War" while a few mouthbreathers wish they could get away with calling it the "Democrat's War".

Har har

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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You wouldn't be saying that a strictly partisan Democrat vote for a monstrosity piece of legislation which the majority of the people were against and not one Republican supported which we now know was a huge mistake ISN'T "fcked up"?
And you wouldn't be saying that the abuses of power by this administration against those who disagree with an ideology and the policies of those in power ISN'T "fcked up"?
Certainly, you aren't saying that.
So what have Republicans done that is so offensive to you that the Democrats haven't done?
I have been saying it and every time I do you pretend to be so surprised. However, I don't vote for Democrats and you DO vote for Republicans so I have no obligation to defend either, you do. Trying to excuse fcked up Republicans because Democrats do it to is pathetic ... but fun.

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fetch almighty wrote:
So?

Your argument is that our interference caused this coup and for proof you show how the SOS was not interfering.

Friggin retards.
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The Wake Forest BS is a proven lie and there is no proof for anything else.
The clown works at the del Taco in Moreno Valley, cleaning restrooms and emptying trash cans.
Nice try little girl, you still smarting from being exposed as an un-American coward, huh sweet cheeks. Poor old Eed he obviously suffers from senility, me being the captain of that team was never said. Only a total idiot[which you both are over qualified ] would or could say who anyone on that team is. But I do love just how weak and cowardly you both are. But then again those are a couple of the requirements for being a bagger, huh old jealous one. Your daily mournful crying and gnashing of teeth [well the one you have left] I suspect you could put all you righties together and not have a full set of teeth. Do idiots like you ever have a nice day..LMAO
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If all Democrats had voted against Iraq YOUR Party still would have carried the vote in the House; 207 total House Democrat votes to 215 Republican votes for.
There's no getting around it. Its no excuse for your sorry Party to say "Some Democrats went along with it." You don't get how totally retarded that is?
If the majority of Americans agreed with the backwards ideas of your Democrat (socialist) Party that would have kept us out of Iraq as well, but guess what leftie, that is not the time we live in.

Get over it.

Of course you chose to cite the House in your weak argument, conspicuously "neglecting to mention" the "majority" of Democrats in the Senate (29-21) voted for the use of force.

This duplicitous behavior by you is a trademark in your party and the liberal media. Hence your argument falls flat as the "majority" of Democrats in the Senate supported the resolution.

In addition, numerous prominent Democrats supported ousting Saddam and it's recorded on video for all to see:

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

The surge, Bush approved and Obama was against was also a success. Obama even tried his own in Afghanastan (square peg, round hold).

Here are Kurds in Iraq thanking America:

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

In a nutshell, you anti-American DemoKrats simply underhandedly used the Iraq situation for political purposes to divide Americans. You supported the war before you turned against America for political purposes (Party first, country last).

Iraq is now in the past. Let's talk about current events such as Benghazi. Your president followed the French in to Libya and look what a mess that ended up being.

Of course, you leftards only want to talk about the past.

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John Galt wrote:
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Obama meddled in Egypt's internal affairs, and look at the results.
How so?

Are comments "meddling"?

Better shut up your entire media wing.

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Here's the payoff for the big bucks donation:
Itís been revealed recently that since 2008, the Koch brothers have been pushing Republicans nationwide to sign an ďanti-climate pledge.Ē Which essentially means that whoever signs it promises to not back any piece of legislation that would combat climate change.
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Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Why do you want more Repubs in office? So they can do this to American workers?
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Washington (CNN)-- Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked the No.1 item on the president's congressional "to-do-list," refusing to allow a vote on a bill that would give tax breaks for companies that "insource" jobs to the U.S. from overseas while eliminating tax deductions for companies that move jobs abroad.
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The method Republicans have used to block all jobs legislation in the past two years is the same. A jobs bill comes up, it is filled with positive things for the economy, Republicans filibuster debate, this shields them from having to make floor speeches on why they don't want tax breaks for small businesses... etc.
Why? Well, if the economy recovers too strongly before an election, Republicans will lose power. If jobs numbers look too good, people will want to keep the same party. By Republicans blocking all jobs legislation and keeping jobs numbers from improving they believe this is their ticket to power.
Above is an example of another dishonest, duplicitous DemoKrat Commie supporting loon...

The Ministry of Propoganda (CNN and other dishonest media outlets) never tell the whole story.

Here is why Reichtard:

Why won't the GOP allow a vote on a bill that would give tax breaks to companies that in-source jobs & penalize out-sourcers?

Because as written, it's a bad law.(1) It hardly offers enough to compensate businesses for the cost of moving operations back to the US, so that part of the bill would be irrelevant.(2) Instead of giving incentives/subsidies to businesses that still have operation in the US to compensate them for the higher cost of operating domestically, it just hits them with such penalties for outsourcing (which is what the economics dictate) that they couldn't afford it, and would be unable to compete with foreign competition, and would have to close.(3) The net result would simply cause domestic producers (for which domestic operations become cost-prohibitive) to simply close entirely, and move themselves and their capital to other shores and start new companies from scratch -- further devastating the US tax-base.(4) Everyone else still in America would be compelled to pay more for the products.(5) The law does nothing to correct the policies that are causing businesses to outsource in the first place.

Have a nice day, propaganda moron!
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More propaganda from yet the third Reichtard, posting as a sockpuppet, afraid to use his own name:
Emoron wrote:
Here's the payoff for the big bucks donation:
Itís been revealed recently that since 2008, the Koch brothers have been pushing Republicans nationwide to sign an ďanti-climate pledge.Ē Which essentially means that whoever signs it promises to not back any piece of legislation that would combat climate change.
Anyone starting to see a pattern of deception & dishonesty?

The left is corrupt, period. The people like you on the left are a bunch of devious, misguided crackpots.
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John Galt wrote:
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Trayvon was on a collision course with trouble, regardless of Zimmerman.
Still blameing the victim I see. Would that be like your collision course with hatred and stupid? Does the sun ever shine in your very small hate filled room? Don't hate me because i'm handsome, smart and loved by many. Oops, you just might want to look up that word "LOVE"...Sweet cheeks. You really seem not to have a clue as to the extent of your psychological condition...Seek help, or overdose those are your only choices. Good luck.

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