Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1432630 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"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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Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954689 Jul 26, 2013
Shyly intellectual you may be, prudishness is a mere cloak to be cast aside at the appropriate moment. But passionate, passionate is what you were born to be and it will curl your toes permanently if you resist it too long.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#954691 Jul 26, 2013
This doesn't happen very often but here goes. I'm retracting what I said about Obama being responsible for the unraveling in Iraq.

After doing a lot of research, I learned the Iraqis welcomed a small force to stay behind but not without conditions. Iraqi leaders adamantly refused to give U.S. troops immunity from prosecution in Iraqi courts still angry over incidents such as Abu Ghraib and Iraqi civilians killed in Anbar - and wanted American troops subject to Iraqi law.

The issue of legal protection for the Americans was the deal-breaker.

Unless I find this is inaccurate, I was wrong. Dead wrong. But only about this.

There you go.
Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954693 Jul 26, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
This doesn't happen very often but here goes. I'm retracting what I said about Obama being responsible for the unraveling in Iraq.
After doing a lot of research, I learned the Iraqis welcomed a small force to stay behind but not without conditions. Iraqi leaders adamantly refused to give U.S. troops immunity from prosecution in Iraqi courts still angry over incidents such as Abu Ghraib and Iraqi civilians killed in Anbar - and wanted American troops subject to Iraqi law.
The issue of legal protection for the Americans was the deal-breaker.
Unless I find this is inaccurate, I was wrong. Dead wrong. But only about this.
There you go.
Oh, is that so? An intelligent person might grasp that if they could be wrong about one fundamental point they might be wrong about some others...

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#954694 Jul 26, 2013
This explains why Liberals want more government...

they don't trust Republicans...so they put in their crooks...

"We document that, in a cross section of countries, government regulation is strongly negatively correlated with measures of trust. In a simple model explaining this correlation, distrust creates public demand for regulation, whereas regulation in turn discourages formation of trust, leading to multiple equilibria. A key implication of the model is that individuals in low-trust countries want more government intervention even though they know the government is corrupt. We test this and other implications of the model using country- and individual-level data on trust and beliefs about the role of government, as well as on changes in beliefs during the transition from socialism"

http://qje.oxfordjournals.org/content/125/3/1...
Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954695 Jul 26, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
This doesn't happen very often but here goes.
There you go.
Besides, when I read the first line I assumed you were having an orgasm.
Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954696 Jul 26, 2013
It's almost gone, carol, better grab what you can while you can....

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#954697 Jul 26, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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The same is about to happen in Afghanistan.
The Magic Negro takes care of his own.
This includes Racists and Muslim fanatics.
I'm not sure we have the will to fight our enemies.

There are atrocities in any war - sometimes even by the good guys - but Americans stood behind the greater cause and were united to win victories over Germany and Japan. Now it seems like Americans either no longer have the will or would rather blame ourselves before standing together against a common enemy even to protect ourselves.

We will not be immune to the repercussions if the Middle East is left to its own devices and the rest of the world sits idly by. Our enemies are becoming even more emboldened.

And I don't think enough Americans realize that or even care.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#954699 Jul 26, 2013
Tits Magee wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, is that so? An intelligent person might grasp that if they could be wrong about one fundamental point they might be wrong about some others...
Only about this. You're wrong on just about everything. And don't even care to figure out you are.

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#954700 Jul 26, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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When you work full time & they cut your hoes enough, you become part time. My God you're a f*cking idiot.
"real dumb"
Do you know how stoopid your above post is? Doubtful. You do not even know how stoopid you are.
Peace
KMA

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#954702 Jul 26, 2013
It's still the way Obama went about announcing our early withdrawal without so much as an explanation.

Just to be the hero in the eyes of his liberal followers.

Everything he does and says makes himself out as a hero. Not a leader.

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#954703 Jul 26, 2013
Obama, Obamacare, and the IRSs union says 'count us out'

http://legalinsurrection.com/2013/07/the-irs-...
Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954704 Jul 26, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Only about this. You're wrong on just about everything. And don't even care to figure out you are.
You keep missing the point, dear, which is why you end up taking it up the butt so often. You have to aim!
Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954705 Jul 26, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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I'm not sure we have the will to fight our enemies.
There are atrocities in any war - sometimes even by the good guys - but Americans stood behind the greater cause and were united to win victories over Germany and Japan. Now it seems like Americans either no longer have the will or would rather blame ourselves before standing together against a common enemy even to protect ourselves.
We will not be immune to the repercussions if the Middle East is left to its own devices and the rest of the world sits idly by. Our enemies are becoming even more emboldened.
And I don't think enough Americans realize that or even care.
Oh, carol! what about pissing on the dead, killing a million innocents? When does your vision of right and wrong begin to waver? Who are "our enemies?" Are you sure? you can't just lash out and hope you hit the right people, dear.
Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954706 Jul 26, 2013
The enemy, carol, is business, commerce. Siemens, Bayer, AG these are the forces of evil no matter how much you adore aspirin. They make money off your ignorance, then as now.
Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954707 Jul 26, 2013
Sorry, I left out one. There is one other enemy: testosterone. Without this magic ingredient there would be no conflict, dear. It is the inestimable desire of men to compete with one another for women which brings allllllll the human misery in the world. And you, Schatze, are out in the street waving your flag for your team to win.
VOTE OUT THE EVIL 2014

Smithfield, VA

#954708 Jul 26, 2013
Obama’s former political director famously said “never let a crisis go to waste” and once again Barack Obama is trying to manufacture a crisis to get more gun control.
In the wake of the Zimmerman self-defense trial, President Obama announced a new push to end “gun violence”

( code words for disarming the law-abiding.)

And just days ago, United State Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois announced he was preparing to hold Senate hearings on Stand Your Ground Laws all over the country.

These state-level laws simply state that law-abiding citizens can legally defend themselves against criminal attack without having to think twice about retreating._________
(FLAT ROCK, Mich.) The family of slain U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry is outraged over President Obama’s recent remarks that his administration has been plagued by “phony scandals”. The remarks were made by the President on Wednesday as part of an economic speech at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois. Earlier in the week, White House press secretary Jay Carney also mentioned the issue of “phony scandals”. During the speech, the President went on to say that the GOP’s focus on scandals “needs to stop”.

Brian Terry was on duty when he lost his life while defending the U.S. border from members of a suspected drug cartel “rip-crew” in December of 2010 near Rio Rico, AZ. Weapons found at the murder scene were traced to the failed gun trafficking investigation known as Operation Fast and Furious conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Dozens of people in Mexico have been killed or wounded by weapons linked to Operation Fast and Furious, including a police chief in Mexico.

Josephine Terry, Brian’s mother, said,“These deaths are real. My son’s death was real. I am outraged that President Obama is talking about phony scandals when he knows all too well that my son was a victim of Operation Fast and Furious that was authorized by members of his Justice Department and a U.S. Attorney that he appointed. Operation Fast and Furious was all too real for me and my family, and it directly contributed to my son’s murder.”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#954709 Jul 26, 2013
NOthing to see here, one plus one, and look what we found...

"1,600 votes in Brooklyn from last year’s presidential election were only counted last week..."

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/1-60...
Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954710 Jul 26, 2013
There IS no "EVIL" carol, there are just the guys who want to take your profits, your markets, ultimately your women. Want to know what "business" book remains at the top of the executive reading list after hundreds of years? "The Art of War." Now what could "war" have to do with "business" I wonder? Want to put an end to war? Kill the merchants of death.
VOTE OUT THE EVIL 2014

Smithfield, VA

#954711 Jul 26, 2013
ObamaCare
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First the Teamsters, UFCW, and UNITE-HERE expressed their belated disapproval of the ObamaCare Tax monstrosity, and now the IRS employee union wants to be exempted from Obamacare. The Teamsters, et al., made points that we’ve been making since 2009, points they willfully ignored and openly scoffed at us for making:

When you and the President sought our support for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), you pledged that if we liked the health plans we have now, we could keep them. Sadly, that promise is under threat. Right now, unless you and the Obama Administration enact an equitable fix, the ACA will shatter not only our hard-earned health benefits, but destroy the foundation of the 40 hour work week that is the backbone of the American middle class.(full text of letter sent to Pelosi and Reid)

Yes, they are just now realizing that the “new normal” mandated by ObamaCare is a 30-hour work week, something that many of us warned would have massive economic and cultural repercussions, many of which would hurt the middle and lower-middle classes. It’s not rocket science, but for some reason, these unions are only now thinking it through. Ditto the fact that Obama was disingenuous, knowingly so, when he repeatedly told Americans that if we liked our insurance, we could keep our insurance. Even a cursory reading of only the first four-hundred or so pages of the ACA (all that I managed to wade though) proved that to be false. Frankly, common sense said that had to be a lie, just as common sense revealed the ridiculous fabrication that was Obama’s claim that ObamaCare would not raise the federal deficit by even “one dime”–a claim he later acknowledged was patently false.http://legalinsurrection .com/2013/07/the-irs-workers-u nion-also-wants-exemption-from -obamacare/
Tits Magee

Paris, France

#954712 Jul 26, 2013
Here's the proof, carol. You can be a hedge fund manager and steal allllll your greedy investors' money, wipe them out, destroy them. Steal billions of dollars, and the chances are you'll spend a few years in a minimum security prison. But for a black man to rob a single white man of his wallet at gunpoint and he will spend the next 25 years at least in a filthy maximum security prison with rapists and killers. Maybe, just maybe, you're wrong about this as well?

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