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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HAPPY 4 JULY wrote:
America is headed down the wrong path.
That path was taken back in 1947 when the rightwing CIA was created and it began overthrowing democracies and replacing them with fascism.
Another nail in the coffin is the fact that the U.S. has clearly aided and assisted Israel's enemies while pretending to support Israel via rhetoric (only).
Bull. We have armed Israel to the teeth and stood by them for most of their history.

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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?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.... you are getting more funny by the minute, pal.

Now yu say the Democrat WOULDN'T have mattered anyways?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA... stop it. My belly hurts now:]
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<quoted text>Yes it is. And it's all that's need to respond to an opinion.
Following your lead of pointing out a post was opinion.

Your point?
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Really, backwoods numbnut..Plese tell me whats "A boring"?
Missing "one". Used as an adj

boring adj. Uninteresting and tiresome; dull.

You are a foolish old grouch and a boring one to top it off.

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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.
Did I say I want more Republicans in office? Where?

People with big feet shouldn't stick them in their mouths, Dood. Dental work is expensive.

Complaints about pending legislation that may or may not have passed are usually(but not always) hollow because the Devil is always in the details. Liberals have a penchant for playing this little game. These bills might contain a poison pill or some other slight-of-hand trick inside them but when good people vote them down for good reason, the Liberal Media headlines and Liberal Topix posters try making hay with them.

I'm not playing today, Dood:]

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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
LoisLane said none of what you just complained about.

Arguing with yourself and the straw man humping your behind.

Classic Tenzing stuff:]

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Words of wisdom from the forums closet queen. Have another hunk of kielbasa you freak.
Stay inside your trailer. That's where your life resides. Right in front of the TV with a bottle.

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The blatant misrepresentation of just this one fact should raise a red flag to every single liberal that the liberal media will dupe them into believe anything they want them to believe.
"White" Hispanic is a deliberate effort to manipulate the facts and make this case racially charged for their own benefit. It should outrage even the most far left liberal and make them stop and think that maybe the liberal media has been manipulating them about a lot of other things too.
But most liberals will go on ignoring it. It's precisely why there is so much confusion in this country on their part. They willingly believe whatever the liberal administration tells the liberal media to report - and not report.
It's actually quite dangerous. The mainstream media in the back pocket of those in power.
You'd think there were enough smart liberals who would figure this out. Doesn't seem that's the case.
I have no complaint preference toward Right or Left media when it comes to attempted manipulation of my mind. Both sides do it and I deeply resent their attempts.

But the Left is much more over-the-top with its blatant lying and slimy innuendo. For example, recall NBC's constant audio and video editing to make Zimmerman sound and look bad. Then they quickly apologize, move on and try it again...and again...and again.

The NY Times is in the same cesspool with them. I have read that the NY Times is in trouble financially. They are advertising all over the place trying to raise subscribers.

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And you think this virus or bacteria survives in the seed? That seems highly unlikely.
By the way, the fact that you don't know whether it is a virus or bacteria, two entirely different things, weakens your argument.
Why doesn't the government ban this deadly killer, just as they ban large soft drinks and tasty burgers?
Frankly, the whole GMO crowd seems like the UFO crowd.
Why doesn't the government ban deadly pharma until after a certain number die or are maimed for life? why did they approve it in the first place?

In the course of analysis to identify potential allergens in GMO crops, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has belatedly discovered that the most common genetic regulatory sequence in commercial GMOs also encodes a significant fragment of a viral gene (Podevin and du Jardin 2012). This finding has serious ramifications for crop biotechnology and its regulation, but possibly even greater ones for consumers and farmers. This is because there are clear indications that this viral gene (called Gene VI) might not be safe for human consumption. It also may disturb the normal functioning of crops, including their natural pest resistance.
http://independentsciencenews.org/commentarie...
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OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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Hey byytch!...
that seems over the line,
just saying

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Eman wrote:
This sht just wont go away
"WASHINGTON—A high-powered rifle lost in the ATF’s Fast and Furious controversy was used to kill a Mexican police chief in the state of Jalisco earlier this year, according to internal Department of Justice records, suggesting that weapons from the failed gun-tracking operation have now made it into the hands of violent drug cartels deep inside Mexico."
The SH*T George W Bush got us into just won't go away either--we're learning more and more of Bush&Cheney's F*ck-ups every day.(It'll be awhile before America gets over those two Republican bums.

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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Why doesn't the government ban deadly pharma until after a certain number die or are maimed for life? why did they approve it in the first place?
In the course of analysis to identify potential allergens in GMO crops, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has belatedly discovered that the most common genetic regulatory sequence in commercial GMOs also encodes a significant fragment of a viral gene (Podevin and du Jardin 2012). This finding has serious ramifications for crop biotechnology and its regulation, but possibly even greater ones for consumers and farmers. This is because there are clear indications that this viral gene (called Gene VI) might not be safe for human consumption. It also may disturb the normal functioning of crops, including their natural pest resistance.
http://independentsciencenews.org/commentarie...
The short answer are Republicans in Congress ,like Roy D. Blunt,(he was the jerk who 'anonymously' snuck the 'Monsanto Rule' into the Food appropriations bill) deep in the pockets of Big Ag.
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Those advocating comprehensive immigration reform – Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, former Florida governor Jeb Bush, and Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin – are well positioned to win over some of the Latino voters who backed Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, according to the poll, which was sponsored by Latino Decisions on behalf of America’s Voice.

But that support probably comes into play only if a bill makes it to Mr. Obama’s desk and he signs off.

“Republicans will not get any credit for getting a bill through half of the Congress,” writes Matt Barreto, founding principal of Latino Decisions and an associate professor of political science at the University of Washington, Seattle.“Latino voters expect to see the GOP successfully move immigration reform and send a true compromise bill to the President.”

Half of survey respondents were asked if they would back Senator Rubio after hearing this prompt:

“Currently the U.S. Congress is debating a comprehensive immigration reform bill that would provide a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants in the United States. Republican Marco Rubio played a key role in helping to pass this bill and with Rubio’s leadership undocumented immigrants receive legal status and a path to citizenship.”
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"Non-partisan"???
Why are all teabaggers Republican?
If they were really "Taxed Enough Already" they'd be libertarians. They're not, they're christo-fascists intent on regulating our bedrooms and your womb.
I think you need to have your head checked yourself...for delusions and cluelessness.

Many sectors of the WORKING classes are Beyond taxed enough-and have been for some time.

Now they're just getting reallllllllllllllly FED up, with slcakerTICS riding off the fruits of their lifelong efforts!!
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Thanks for posting. Nice video.
No problem-and you're welcome-it really is, isn't it!

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Really, backwoods numbnut..Plese tell me whats "A boring"?
"poop"
You are an A boring;
A ncient
B itter
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N othing
G oat
Peace
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LoisLane said none of what you just complained about.
Arguing with yourself and the straw man humping your behind.
Classic Tenzing stuff:]
"If you weren't tilting at windmills, you would have nothing to post." -Waxman
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Jay Carney: "We can't know more until we investigate more and we cannot justify an investigation until we know more."
Okay? What?
I reference to?

Benghazi?(See: Ansar al-Shariah)

ElBaradei's appointment as Egypt's interim prime minister put on hold
By Ian Johnston and Charlene Gubash, NBC News. 7/6/2013

Egypt's interim president has backed away from an announcement Saturday that pro-reform leader Mohamed ElBaradei would be appointed as the country's interim prime minister, news agencies reported.

Ahmed el-Musilamani, a spokesman for President Adly Mansour said consultations were continuing, denying that ElBaradei's appointment was ever certain following the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi, according to The Associated Press.

Mansour, chairman of the supreme constitutional court, who was sworn in as interim president Thursday.

Egypt’s National Salvation Front announced earlier in the day that former United Nations nuclear agency chief ElBaradei was scheduled to take his oath of office at 8 p.m. local time on Saturday.

According to a source familiar with the Obama administration's thinking, the administration would be willing to work with El Baradei if he is named Egypt's interim prime minister. The administration would also encourage ElBaradei to put an end to the violence, the source told NBC News...

Meanwhile, supporters of the deposed Morsi again gathered in large numbers Saturday, a day after clashes with security forces and anti-Morsi protesters left 36 dead and more than 1,000 injured.

A Muslim Brotherhood statement said that the movement’s leader Mohamed Badie – who appeared at a rally on Friday after his arrest was ordered earlier in the week – was calling for people to “remain in the public squares of every governorate and every city until power is restored to him [Morsi] as the rightful ruler of Egypt.”....

....On Friday, thousands of Morsi's Islamist supporters marched across a central Cairo bridge in the direction of Tahrir Square, which was also occupied by thousands of protesters whose demonstrations prompted the army to depose Morsi.

The Morsi supporters ended up dispersing after a clash involving a hail of stones, fireworks and sometimes gunfire. There were also clashes in other parts of the country, including Alexandria and the Sinai Peninsula, a hotbed for Islamist militants.

Mohammed Sultan, deputy head of the national ambulance service, told the AP that at least 36 people were killed in Friday's clashes, the highest death toll in one day since the latest outbreak of protests began last Sunday. Another 1,076 were injured.

Amid calls from leaders for both sides to remain peaceful, there are fears the conflict could become increasingly violent.

A new Islamist militant group calling itself Ansar al-Shariah in Egypt announced its formation amid the chaos.

For hours, there was no security in sight as the fighting ensued. Guns, stones and even fireworks were used as weapons but Morsi's supporters were driven back by the anti-Morsi demonstrators, and the military. NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin reports.

The group said it would gather arms and start training its members, in a statement posted on an online forum for militants in the country's Sinai region on Friday and recorded by the SITE Monitoring organization, Reuters reported....
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While the Benghazi attack was still unfolding on the evening of Sept. 11, 2012, Ansar al-Sharia, a Benghazi-based terrorist group with links to al Qaeda, made a posting on Facebook taking responsibility for the attack. Despite Ansar al-Sharia's Facebook posting, the administration publicly explained the attack as the outgrowth of a spontaneous demonstration against an anti-Muslim video posted on YouTube.

At about 3:42 p.m. Washington, D.C., time on Sept. 11, 2012, a group of terrorists swarmed through the front gate of the State Department's Special Mission Compound in Benghazi...(cnsnews. 6/7/2013)
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Jay Carney: "We can't know more until we investigate more and we cannot justify an investigation until we know more."
Okay? What?
In reference to?

Benghazi?(See: Ansar al-Shariah)

ElBaradei's appointment as Egypt's interim prime minister put on hold
By Ian Johnston and Charlene Gubash, NBC News. 7/6/2013

Egypt's interim president has backed away from an announcement Saturday that pro-reform leader Mohamed ElBaradei would be appointed as the country's interim prime minister, news agencies reported.

Ahmed el-Musilamani, a spokesman for President Adly Mansour said consultations were continuing, denying that ElBaradei's appointment was ever certain following the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi, according to The Associated Press.

Mansour, chairman of the supreme constitutional court, who was sworn in as interim president Thursday.

Egypt’s National Salvation Front announced earlier in the day that former United Nations nuclear agency chief ElBaradei was scheduled to take his oath of office at 8 p.m. local time on Saturday.

According to a source familiar with the Obama administration's thinking, the administration would be willing to work with El Baradei if he is named Egypt's interim prime minister. The administration would also encourage ElBaradei to put an end to the violence, the source told NBC News...

Meanwhile, supporters of the deposed Morsi again gathered in large numbers Saturday, a day after clashes with security forces and anti-Morsi protesters left 36 dead and more than 1,000 injured.

A Muslim Brotherhood statement said that the movement’s leader Mohamed Badie – who appeared at a rally on Friday after his arrest was ordered earlier in the week – was calling for people to “remain in the public squares of every governorate and every city until power is restored to him [Morsi] as the rightful ruler of Egypt.”....

....On Friday, thousands of Morsi's Islamist supporters marched across a central Cairo bridge in the direction of Tahrir Square, which was also occupied by thousands of protesters whose demonstrations prompted the army to depose Morsi.

The Morsi supporters ended up dispersing after a clash involving a hail of stones, fireworks and sometimes gunfire. There were also clashes in other parts of the country, including Alexandria and the Sinai Peninsula, a hotbed for Islamist militants.

Mohammed Sultan, deputy head of the national ambulance service, told the AP that at least 36 people were killed in Friday's clashes, the highest death toll in one day since the latest outbreak of protests began last Sunday. Another 1,076 were injured.

Amid calls from leaders for both sides to remain peaceful, there are fears the conflict could become increasingly violent.

A new Islamist militant group calling itself Ansar al-Shariah in Egypt announced its formation amid the chaos.

For hours, there was no security in sight as the fighting ensued. Guns, stones and even fireworks were used as weapons but Morsi's supporters were driven back by the anti-Morsi demonstrators, and the military. NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin reports.

The group said it would gather arms and start training its members, in a statement posted on an online forum for militants in the country's Sinai region on Friday and recorded by the SITE Monitoring organization, Reuters reported....
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While the Benghazi attack was still unfolding on the evening of Sept. 11, 2012, Ansar al-Sharia, a Benghazi-based terrorist group with links to al Qaeda, made a posting on Facebook taking responsibility for the attack. Despite Ansar al-Sharia's Facebook posting, the administration publicly explained the attack as the outgrowth of a spontaneous demonstration against an anti-Muslim video posted on YouTube.

At about 3:42 p.m. Washington, D.C., time on Sept. 11, 2012, a group of terrorists swarmed through the front gate of the State Department's Special Mission Compound in Benghazi...(cnsnews. 6/7/2013)
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LCN Llin wrote:
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"If you weren't tilting at windmills, you would have nothing to post." -Waxman
That was dumb and did nothing to refute the fact that Tenzing was creating a straw man to knock down.

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