Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1262565 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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Wax Man

Luxembourg

#954569 Jul 26, 2013
This is good, this is good, it smells like death... this is good...

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#954570 Jul 26, 2013
Emoron wrote:
<quoted text>
Republicans can only unite behind what they're AGAINST. Any time they try to act on something they're FOR all hell breaks loose. This collection of losers and whiners is finished as a national party.
Awww...what happened? You had to change your avatar twice today...let's make it three times, shall we?

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#954572 Jul 26, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
because they attack minorities who don't.
but heck, while the white folks are being nice about it the black democrats are ripping them a new one.
how ya gonna twist that one?
A white democrat calling a black republican an uncle tom is ok, but a black republican calling a black democrat a plantation slave is not. Liberal reasoning at it's best.
Wax Man

Luxembourg

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Wax Man

Luxembourg

#954574 Jul 26, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
pigs
chickens?
Wax Man

Luxembourg

#954575 Jul 26, 2013
I have a question, why would you take your kids to a strip club if you weren't performing there that night because your husband left you and it's the only thing left you can do since you didn't get accepted into dental school? Didn't want to leave them in the car?
Wax Man

Luxembourg

#954577 Jul 26, 2013
THE AMERICAN CREED

1. Do unto others, bad and first and always with your own welfare in mind.
2. Claw and rip and tear yourself to the top of the heap that you might then bestow kindness and charity on those below you if you so choose.
3. Plastics.
4. Patriotism is that dynamic one uses to disguise raw greed.
5. If you have to have a military, make sure you're the one paying them and that you use them for something every few years. These are simple people and get bored easily.
6. Feign a belief in a higher power even though you know you're the only one there is.
7. If you're on a plane and the oxygen masks drop down grab as many as you can and demand money from those around you for them.
8. Show kindness, but only when you've just been acquitted for shooting a child and there's someone around watching.
9. Do NOT wear green tight as you do so.
10. Do NOT play naked golf with Tiger Woods.
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#954578 Jul 26, 2013
Are media buying into ‘phony scandal’ claim?

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/07/26/ar...

Democrat deceive - Americans get it.

Democrats are zombies.

IRS Scandal never happened.

Benghazi was due to a video, not Democrats fault.

Baawwaaahhh!!!!
Wax Man

Luxembourg

#954579 Jul 26, 2013
Aw... don't wanna give away all my secrets jew-boy
LCN Llin

United States

#954580 Jul 26, 2013
The Obama administration moved to retain some oversight of the way states conduct elections after the Supreme Court invalidated part of the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act, setting up a new fight with Republican governors.

Attorney General Eric Holder said he would use surviving parts of voting-rights law to continue scrutinizing states to see if they are making it harder for minorities to vote.

The legal strategy, announced by Attorney General Eric Holder Thursday, is directed initially at Texas' voting procedures, but it promises to have much broader impact: The action in Texas, Mr. Holder said, "will not be our last." Other states expected to receive Justice Department scrutiny include South Carolina, North Carolina and Alaska.

On Thursday, the Justice Department asked a panel of judges in San Antonio to order continued scrutiny of the state's voting rules and operations, following the Supreme Court ruling in June that effectively nullified what had been a requirement for the state to seek federal approval of any changes.
Wax Man

Luxembourg

#954581 Jul 26, 2013
It's just bidness... don't you want to witness my hostile takeover? I already hired a model!

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#954582 Jul 26, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
It's just one lie and abuse of power after another by this administration.
Why aren't the Benghazi survivors speaking out?
Who has been held accountable for the IRS targeting?
Who is holding Eric Holder accountable for Fast and Furious, confiscating private information and falsely accusing a journalist of being a "co-conspirator" for just reporting the news?
Answer those questions and then tell us again about a conspiracy.
But off to the beach.
Some Benghazi survivors have spoken out...to a congressional committee. I would guess that others are restricted by State Department confidentiality agreements.

Two heads of the IRS were fired. What more do you want?

Eric Holder is not accountable for Fast and Furious. If you had read the report by Inspector General Michael Horowitz, you would know that he found "no evidence that ... Holder was informed about Operation Fast and Furious, or learned about the tactics employed by ATF in the investigation" before Congress began pressing him for information about it in early 2011.

James Rosen was "suspected" of being a co-conspirator and search warrants were issued accordingly. He didn't "just" report the news. There was plenty of "probable cause" to believe Rosen had violated the U.S. law barring the unauthorized disclosure of defense information. He disclosed it...that is why he was listed as a co-conspirator. The fact that Mr. Rosen was not indicted along with Stephen Jim-Woo Kim doesn't mean the investigation into his involvement was unjustified.

Got any more conspiracy theories?
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#954583 Jul 26, 2013
Hey Libtards.

Thanks to you, your kids and grandkids now have more part time jobs and less full time jobs.

Good going, retards!
Carlos Danger

Palm Desert, CA

#954584 Jul 26, 2013
Wax Man wrote:
And, as ugly as it is watching strange men stuffing dollar bills up your cooter, at least you're teaching the kids the value of earning an honest buck. Plus, they'll be a lot less likely to steal it outta your purse once they see where's it's been.
ooooh....! and where may I find such a woman...?
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#954585 Jul 26, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
The Obama administration moved to retain some oversight of the way states conduct elections after the Supreme Court invalidated part of the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act, setting up a new fight with Republican governors.
Attorney General Eric Holder said he would use surviving parts of voting-rights law to continue scrutinizing states to see if they are making it harder for minorities to vote.
The legal strategy, announced by Attorney General Eric Holder Thursday, is directed initially at Texas' voting procedures, but it promises to have much broader impact: The action in Texas, Mr. Holder said, "will not be our last." Other states expected to receive Justice Department scrutiny include South Carolina, North Carolina and Alaska.
On Thursday, the Justice Department asked a panel of judges in San Antonio to order continued scrutiny of the state's voting rules and operations, following the Supreme Court ruling in June that effectively nullified what had been a requirement for the state to seek federal approval of any changes.
Yes, Obama abusing his power again.
LCN Llin

United States

#954586 Jul 26, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
Some Benghazi survivors have spoken out...to a congressional committee. I would guess that others are restricted by State Department confidentiality agreements.
Two heads of the IRS were fired. What more do you want?
Eric Holder is not accountable for Fast and Furious. If you had read the report by Inspector General Michael Horowitz, you would know that he found "no evidence that ... Holder was informed about Operation Fast and Furious, or learned about the tactics employed by ATF in the investigation" before Congress began pressing him for information about it in early 2011.
James Rosen was "suspected" of being a co-conspirator and search warrants were issued accordingly. He didn't "just" report the news. There was plenty of "probable cause" to believe Rosen had violated the U.S. law barring the unauthorized disclosure of defense information. He disclosed it...that is why he was listed as a co-conspirator. The fact that Mr. Rosen was not indicted along with Stephen Jim-Woo Kim doesn't mean the investigation into his involvement was unjustified.
Got any more conspiracy theories?
Two heads of the IRS were fired. What more do you want?

She wants you to "cry her a river" :-)

Divided GOP needs scandals, real or imagined
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#954587 Jul 26, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
Some Benghazi survivors have spoken out...to a congressional committee. I would guess that others are restricted by State Department confidentiality agreements.
Two heads of the IRS were fired. What more do you want?
Eric Holder is not accountable for Fast and Furious. If you had read the report by Inspector General Michael Horowitz, you would know that he found "no evidence that ... Holder was informed about Operation Fast and Furious, or learned about the tactics employed by ATF in the investigation" before Congress began pressing him for information about it in early 2011.
James Rosen was "suspected" of being a co-conspirator and search warrants were issued accordingly. He didn't "just" report the news. There was plenty of "probable cause" to believe Rosen had violated the U.S. law barring the unauthorized disclosure of defense information. He disclosed it...that is why he was listed as a co-conspirator. The fact that Mr. Rosen was not indicted along with Stephen Jim-Woo Kim doesn't mean the investigation into his involvement was unjustified.
Got any more conspiracy theories?
OK - we'll be like you and just never question government when a Democrat is president.

We will be like you and enjoy being lied to.

Moron.
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#954589 Jul 26, 2013
Wax Man wrote:
<quoted text>
chickens?
Hey Libtard coward. What's up?

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#954590 Jul 26, 2013
Eman wrote:
<quoted text>
Awww...what happened? You had to change your avatar twice today...let's make it three times, shall we?
Anyone with a third grade education can change an avatar in 15 seconds. Is this a difficult task for you?
And, we both know it was me that ran you off the bird when I pointed out that I trapped you into nothing more than a sock of RealDave.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#954591 Jul 26, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Sounds like you fell for the 6% add on e-z payments too. LMAO the rule of 78's still stymies these kids.
You were born in 1938 weren't you pal? And fell for every bullsht deal that came along? Kirby Sweeper? Aluminum siding on a brick home? Water softener?
Changed oil every 1500 miles? Rotated tires every other week?
Hah, Uncle Norm
Financing an automobile is for fools.

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