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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John Galt

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'BERNIE DE LA RIONDA: Why does the defendant get out of car if he thinks that Trayvon Martin is a threat to him. Why? Why? Because he has a gun. He has got the equalizer. He's going to take care of it. He's a wannabe cop. He's going to take care of it. He's got a gun. And, my God, it is his community. And he's not going to put up with it.'
http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/nation/july-de...
Bernie should have reduced the charges to something he could prove instead of whining after getting his butt kicked.
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OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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He lived there!
Who cares.
So you do allow guests to go outside?
How nice of you.
Just don't forget: Republicans: the worst on earth.
He was out in the street-not inside!

Fair game....

You think a finch can tell a falcon 'Stop! I am in my safe zone!'

Nature has rules-no grey areas...
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OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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He lived there!
Who cares.
So you do allow guests to go outside?
How nice of you.
Just don't forget: Republicans: the worst on earth.
Not quite...

You are lower.

Now go slither back under your rock.
John Galt

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That was so funny!
I think the news anchor was Asian as well and her name is Sum Dumb Liberal.
Funny to a black racist like you, not funny to Asians.
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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Bullsh!t. Zimmerman should have gotten in his car and went home. End of story. Zimmerman created the entire incident.
Of course, but this keeps her off her doctorate in Climate Change.
LOL
Realtime

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Buroc Millhouse Obama wrote:
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What is your source to backup what you say. You have no credibility, so a source is required from you, otherwise, STFU.
Fk you punk azz loser troll.

George's best friend, the air marshal, Mark Osterman testified at the trial as did his wife who affectionately referred to the defendant as Georgie. They also wrote a book just weeks after George was arrested titled "Defending Our Friend--the most hated man in America" which can be purchased on Amazon. The two also appeared on the Dr. Phil Show.

Osterman was previously a Seminole County deputy who had reported to Lt Billy Lee.

BTW the scenario outlined in the book differs from the scenario presented by the defense attorney's.

When the responding officer was cuffing George and taking control of his weapon he asked George if he had a criminal record___George replied that he didn't adding that "I'm squeaky clean." The Sanford police didn't run a background on George but simply bought into his stories. Later when they learned that George had lied to them they (SPD) would lie about computers being down.

The police chief was fired, the case was taken away from a twenty year veteran states attorney___later the Sanford police PIO was fired and the lead investigator was reassigned to road patrol.

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<quoted text>Bullsh!t. Zimmerman should have gotten in his car and went home. End of story. Zimmerman created the entire incident.
You would be a big fat liar if you said you wouldn't want the captain of your neighborhood watch to report a suspicious person in your complex after being robbed or even patrol the sidewalks after calling the police. It would be well within their right to do so.

Did you see the closing arguments where the defense attorney stopped talking for a good long while and then said, "That's as long as Trayvon Martin had to leave the complex"?

He had plenty of time to keep walking and would have never been identified.

Isn't that what you would do if you thought you looked like you didn't belong in a strange neighborhood and didn't have a sense of purpose for being there?

Of course, you would have.

Who would hang around to attack someone who did live there?
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<quoted text>'Strapping' stfu strapping He's a 17 year old kid, correction a dead 17 year old kid because of some azzhole with a gun who couldn't mind his own fcking business.
ALERT! ALERT!
Homo izz spazzing out!

Society not fair so homo have a hissy fit!

Ask a dodo like Yeah or that waste of sperm nj raider....
Evolution can be cruel....
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Well, see, you need to get your facts right first.
Blanco botched Katrina by delaying a decision - by law - to allow the federal government to send in an ARMED National Guard.
Bush was not going to send in an unarmed National Guard to rescue victims, some of whom were locked and loaded.
Blanco tried to dodge the bullet by blaming Bush because blaming Bush had become a liberal pastime and people like you are gullible.
In the words of the Apollo astronauts, Blanco "screwed the pooch".
Not Quite

More than five years after the fact, former President George W. Bush is admitting that having a photograph taken of him peering out the window of Air Force One at the Katrina-caused wreckage of New Orleans was a "huge mistake."

During an interview with NBC's Matt Lauer set to air next week, Bush had no qualms accepting that, with 20/20 hindsight, he would have approached the situation much differently to avoid appearing "detached and uncaring."

"It's always my fault. I mean, I was the one who should have said:'A) Don't take my picture, B) Let's land in Baton Rouge, La., C) Let's don't even come close to the area.' The next place to be seen is in Washington at a command center. I mean it was my fault," Bush said.

Bush's handling of the natural disaster was widely regarded as one of the low points of his political career, which was projected by a downward slide of his approval ratings in the following months.

The former president went on to show remorse for not getting more directly involved with the ground situation in the aftermath of the hurricane's damage to the gulf.
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Well, see, you need to get your facts right first.
Blanco botched Katrina by delaying a decision - by law - to allow the federal government to send in an ARMED National Guard.
Bush was not going to send in an unarmed National Guard to rescue victims, some of whom were locked and loaded.
Blanco tried to dodge the bullet by blaming Bush because blaming Bush had become a liberal pastime and people like you are gullible.
In the words of the Apollo astronauts, Blanco "screwed the pooch".
--- continued--

Bush's handling of the natural disaster was widely regarded as one of the low points of his political career, which was projected by a downward slide of his approval ratings in the following months.

The former president went on to show remorse for not getting more directly involved with the ground situation in the aftermath of the hurricane's damage to the gulf.

"In retrospect, however, I should have touched down in Baton Rouge, met with the governor and walked out and said,'I hear you. We understand. And we're going to help the state and help the local governments with as much resources as needed,'" Bush said. "And then got back on a flight up to Washington. I did not do that. And paid a price for it."

Bush also addressed Katrina backlash in the context of his public image by saying that Kanye West's "George Bush doesn't care about black people" comment was one of the most painful moments of his presidency.

President Bush seemed to boycott you last convention !
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<quoted text>'Strapping' stfu strapping He's a 17 year old kid, correction a dead 17 year old kid because of some azzhole with a gun who couldn't mind his own fcking business.
Homer, you can't debate with a pathological liar. If you recall, in the beginning of the case, she pretended to be neutral while all along, looking for evidence to discredit the evidence that Martin in fact. had a reason to be there &, that Zimmerman in fact did follow Martin, after being told not to! It's called involuntary racism. Inside she had to find a reason to blame black kid in the hoodie. Stiff reminder of the racist south. Find a reason to blame the victim so the atrocities of the accused can be overlooked. That's exactly what she's done. Blamed Martin so she can overlook the fact that Martin had every right to protect himself from the stalker Zimmerman &, in fact Martin did nothing wrong &, Zimmerman did nothing right!
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Buroc Millhouse Obama wrote:
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Not quite...
You are lower.
Now go slither back under your rock.
Look everyone: it's that fake rt winger living in liberal land.

Move to a red state! Bring your own vaginal probe.

Or annnal in your case!

Maybe they will let you slaughter young black kids.

Republicans: pusscees, cowards, hypocrites!

(Bush: borrows $6 trillion for wars, ruins the economy, ruins the nation, and loses the wars!)

Only 30 or 40 bombings a week in Iraq now. Before Bush invaded: zero.

Good one George!

Like GZ: COWARD!
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You may want to start with actual facts, dufus.
Hoodieman pursued Zimmerman and attacked him after he called his girlfriend and told her that was what he was going to do.
"Fucking punks" .... I hear a lot of cops saying the same thing.
"These assholes. They always get away." I hear a lot of victims of burglary saying the same thing.
A version of events that may have saved Hoodieman's life (that night) would include him not pursuing Zimmerman and attacking him and bashing his head against a concrete sidewalk.
Of course, that wouldn't help when Hoodieman is gunned down by a rival gang.
Your facts are colored by quite a bit of gray son.
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You would be a big fat liar if you said you wouldn't want the captain of your neighborhood watch to report a suspicious person in your complex after being robbed or even patrol the sidewalks after calling the police. It would be well within their right to do so.
Did you see the closing arguments where the defense attorney stopped talking for a good long while and then said, "That's as long as Trayvon Martin had to leave the complex"?
He had plenty of time to keep walking and would have never been identified.
Isn't that what you would do if you thought you looked like you didn't belong in a strange neighborhood and didn't have a sense of purpose for being there?
Of course, you would have.
Who would hang around to attack someone who did live there?
Party of Legit Rape

U.S. Rep. Todd Akin answering a question about whether or not he thought abortion should be legal in the case of rape, Akin explained his opposition by citing unnamed bodily responses he said prevented pregnancy.&#8232;

"First of all, from what I understand from doctors, that's really rare," Akin said of rape-induced pregnancy in an interview with KTVI. A clip of the interview was posted online by the liberal super PAC American Bridge.&#8232;

"If it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down," Akin continued. He did not provide an explanation for what constituted "legitimate rape."
He added: "But let's assume that maybe that didn't work or something.

You know I think there should be some punishment, but the punishment ought to be on the rapist and not attacking the child."
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No, no, no...WOW's post sounds just like you and your liberal loons who would follow Obama to hell and back before admitting you elected him to do so.
That's a bit scary considering history is now repeating itself and, unfortunately, you and your fellow blind liberals are on the wrong side. The more of you there are, the more we all go down with you. You see my concern, I'm sure.
Tell me Obamacare is going to improve health care, decrease the cost of health care and make things better for everyone all the way around.
Tell me Obama is not seen as the savior of our economy even though the deficit continues to soar and employment is crawling along at a snail's pace.
And then tell me you and your blind loyalists could care less.
We'll go from there.
lol! "...
Tell me Obamacare is going to improve health care, decrease the cost of health care and make things better for everyone all the way around...."

Funny. That's exactly what I asked regarding the right wing craziess plan!

And no one answered.
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John Galt wrote:
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For which "Stand Your Ground" provides absolute immunity.
True. But that's not the case here.
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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No, no, no...WOW's post sounds just like you and your liberal loons who would follow Obama to hell and back before admitting you elected him to do so.
That's a bit scary considering history is now repeating itself and, unfortunately, you and your fellow blind liberals are on the wrong side. The more of you there are, the more we all go down with you. You see my concern, I'm sure.
Tell me Obamacare is going to improve health care, decrease the cost of health care and make things better for everyone all the way around.
Tell me Obama is not seen as the savior of our economy even though the deficit continues to soar and employment is crawling along at a snail's pace.
And then tell me you and your blind loyalists could care less.
We'll go from there.
off on another yarn?

People with preexisting conditions now often covered.

Not the preexisting condition of hating President Obama in every post for five years.
LOL
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Not Quite
More than five years after the fact, former President George W. Bush is admitting that having a photograph taken of him peering out the window of Air Force One at the Katrina-caused wreckage of New Orleans was a "huge mistake."
During an interview with NBC's Matt Lauer set to air next week, Bush had no qualms accepting that, with 20/20 hindsight, he would have approached the situation much differently to avoid appearing "detached and uncaring."
"It's always my fault. I mean, I was the one who should have said:'A) Don't take my picture, B) Let's land in Baton Rouge, La., C) Let's don't even come close to the area.' The next place to be seen is in Washington at a command center. I mean it was my fault," Bush said.
Bush's handling of the natural disaster was widely regarded as one of the low points of his political career, which was projected by a downward slide of his approval ratings in the following months.
The former president went on to show remorse for not getting more directly involved with the ground situation in the aftermath of the hurricane's damage to the gulf.
...anD the Dead citizens of Pompeii are wondering why they built a city next TO A VOLCANO!
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Buroc Millhouse Obama wrote:
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They never saw a race card they didn't like.
All of the Democrats here are racist. One track minds for sure.
Just love dividing people! How else can they win?
lol! Cons.... always playing the race card.

It's turned into their favorite standby.

Hope you idiots use it during the next election son!
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He was out in the street-not inside!
Fair game....
You think a finch can tell a falcon 'Stop! I am in my safe zone!'
Nature has rules-no grey areas...
I don't respond to racist crapppp like you!

(Oh crapppp, I just did)

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