"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 ...
Another example of a fascist Democrat: "Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid issued an ultimatum to Republicans on Monday to confirm at least seven presidential appointees or face a controversial rule change that could drain their power."
The US President George Bush on 19th September, 2008 announced the need to act immediately to face the challenge posed by the financial crisis that has gripped the United States. He indicated that a plan was on the anvil for government intervention in order to salvage the markets and that this plan envisages enormous funds and also added that this involves certain risks. The president called upon the Americans to have faith in the economy. He said in his address from the White House that this is a crucial time to address the crisis and act to save the economy of the nation from big dangers. He further added that this collapse of the US financial markets was a crucial and decisive time. Bush's speech indicates the graveness of the crisis gripping his country and that the US is on the verge of a collapse. This is indeed a grim situation. He announced his bailout plan today 20th September, 2008 and presented it to the US Congress for its approval. This according to them involves pumping huge amount of money in the range of 500 to 800 billion US dollars to be borne by the American tax-payers since this money is to be extracted form the budget. This will only exacerbate the budget deficit which has been in the red for the last two years. The US Federal Reserve, which is America's central bank, has already pumped in US $ 85 billion to salvage the giant US insurance company known by it's initials, the A.I.G in exchange for a 79.90% share in the group's equity being acquired by the state. This means extending state control over private sector whenever a need arises or simply nationalisation, and this is contrary to the free market capitalist system which envisages a policy of laissez faire and does not allow state intervention in the private sector or individual ownership. The capitalists argue that such crisis heal themselves and advocate leaving the crisis issue to take care of itself because their view is that this system has in-built mechanisms to cure itself.
<quoted text> That's not a wise way to get an invite to my home for a spaghetti and red wine dinner. Check out your Epicurus: "Death is nothing to us; for that which has been dissolved into its elements experiences no sensations, and that which has no sensation is nothing to us." "If the things that produce the pleasures of profligate men really freed them from fears of the mind concerning celestial and atmospheric phenomena, the fear of death, and the fear of pain; if, further, they taught them to limit their desires, we should never have any fault to find with such persons, for they would then be filled with pleasures from every source and would never have pain of body or mind, which is what is bad." [ http://www.epicurus.net/en/principal.html ]
Just saying "red wine" without more specificity shows the shallowness of the Bocajews.
It was just reported a jogger was attacked by some black men in Mississippi who said, "This is for Trayvon" before beating him up.
This is going to get way out of hand real soon unless people regain some sanity.
This is nothing but political. What better way to keep our attention off of Obama's failures and abuse of power than another civil war?
Our Attorney General stated in 2009 that attitudes concerning race haven't changed in this country since the 1950s. Nevermind the attitudes concerning race in the 1950s was indigenous to southern states by his democratic predecessors.
But Eric Holder actually believes that - despite having a black president, black Congressmen, black governors and the fact he, himself, is black.
Blacks are doing themselves a grave disservice by their hypocrisy over this one case. Where is their outrage over the hundreds of young black men killed by other black men in Chicago alone just since this one case became news? Where is the outrage that more blacks are killed by other blacks than whites, Hispanics and "white Hispanics" combined? It's time they wised up along with everyone else who has lost their ever lovin' minds over this one case. A lot of people are going to get real tired of the biased hypocrisy real soon. It's only making this tragedy much, much worse.
Don't be afraid... The Truth about GD's and Chicago Watch:
Quote: A fierce advocate and member of Chicago's Growth & Development sets the record straight on issues involving GD's, Chairman Larry Hoover, Co- Chairman Gregory "Shorty G" Shell, the federal case/frame up involving "the guys", the politics behind it, and the resulting conditions in Chicago following their convictions.
MIKE HUCKABEE: You have said that you thought the prosecutor ought to be disbarred, that's a pretty serious type of violation to get a person disbarred. It is that serious to you?
ALAN DERSHOWITZ: Right, it is. She submitted an affidavit that was, if not perjurious, completely misleading. She violated all kinds of rules of the profession, and her conduct bordered on criminal conduct. She, by the way, has a horrible reputation in Florida. She's known for overcharging, she's known for being highly political. And in this case, of course she overcharged. Halfway through the trial she realized she wasn't going to get a second degree murder verdict, so she asked for a compromised verdict, for manslaughter. And then, she went even further and said that she was going to charge him with child abuse and felony murder. That was such a stretch that it goes beyond anything professionally responsible. She was among the most irresponsible prosecutors I've seen in 50 years of litigating cases, and believe me, I've seen good prosecutors, bad prosecutors, but rarely have I seen one as bad as this prosecutor,[Angela] Cory.(Huckabee, July 14, 2013)
MIKE HUCKABEE: You have said that you thought the prosecutor ought to be disbarred, that's a pretty serious type of violation to get a person disbarred. It is that serious to you? ALAN DERSHOWITZ: Right, it is. She submitted an affidavit that was, if not perjurious, completely misleading. She violated all kinds of rules of the profession, and her conduct bordered on criminal conduct. She, by the way, has a horrible reputation in Florida. She's known for overcharging, she's known for being highly political. And in this case, of course she overcharged. Halfway through the trial she realized she wasn't going to get a second degree murder verdict, so she asked for a compromised verdict, for manslaughter. And then, she went even further and said that she was going to charge him with child abuse and felony murder. That was such a stretch that it goes beyond anything professionally responsible. She was among the most irresponsible prosecutors I've seen in 50 years of litigating cases, and believe me, I've seen good prosecutors, bad prosecutors, but rarely have I seen one as bad as this prosecutor,[Angela] Cory.(Huckabee, July 14, 2013)
Barack Obama has created this environment where liberals are more emboldened to inject their brand of poison into our society.
This president is creating a dangerous society. It has never been this bad in the past four decades. Why now all of a sudden?
Senate Control in 2014 Increasingly Looks Like a Tossup
By NATE SILVER
This weekend’s announcement by the former governor of Montana, Brian Schweitzer, that he would not seek that state’s Democratic nomination for Senate represents the latest in a series of favorable developments for Republicans as they seek control of the chamber.
The G.O.P.’s task will not be easy: the party holds 46 seats in the Senate, and the number will very probably be cut to 45 after a special election in New Jersey later this year. That means that they would need to win a net of six contests from Democrats in order to control 51 seats and overcome Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s tiebreaking vote. Two years ago at this time, Republicans faced what seemed to be a promising environment and could have won the Senate by gaining a net of three seats from Democrats and winning the presidency. Instead, Mitt Romney lost to President Obama, and the G.O.P. lost a net of two Senate seats.
But Montana along with West Virginia and South Dakota — two other red states where an incumbent Democrat has retired and where the Democrats have not identified a strong candidate to replace them – gives Republicans a running start. Republicans could then win three more seats from among red states like Louisiana and Arkansas, where vulnerable Democratic incumbents are on the ballot, or they could take aim at two purple states, Iowa and Michigan, where Democrats have retired. More opportunities could also come into play if the national environment becomes more favorable to Republicans (such as because of a further slide in Mr. Obama’s approval ratings). Meanwhile, while Kentucky and Georgia are possibly vulnerable, Republicans have few seats of their own to defend; unlike in 2012, they can focus almost entirely on playing offense.
A race-by-race analysis of the Senate, in fact, suggests that Republicans might now be close to even-money to win control of the chamber after next year’s elections. Our best guess, after assigning probabilities of the likelihood of a G.O.P. pickup in each state, is that Republicans will end up with somewhere between 50 and 51 Senate seats after 2014, putting them right on the threshold of a majority.
<quoted text> Who had the broken nose and cuts to the back of the head? How many blows of the head on the sidewalk is one supposed to endure before feeling their life is in danger? How many blows to your head would you have endured if someone was holding you down? And at what point would you find any way to defend yourself? The evidence is right in front of you. This is a political ploy to distract our attention from this administration's numerous scandals - the last being targeting Obama's political enemies using the IRS and the NSA. What better way to keep our minds off of this administration's abuse of power? The liberal media may have done their job by making this case something it never was, but they are going to pay dearly for it when they find themselves in a mega bucks lawsuit. Was it worth it?
As one attorney said, just because you're losing a fight doesn't mean you have the right to use deadly force.
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