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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“Come Home America!”

Since: Nov 11

Claymont, Delaware 19809

#956767 Jul 30, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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Too many Democrats think they're "special". They like to talk the talk but expect others to walk the walk. Same with Obamacare waivers. If you're "special", you are exempt from the "train wreck that's comin'". The same train the rest of us are strapped into.
You mean the same 'train wreck' in our unsustainable healthcare system that all healthcare professionals decried BEFORE the Obamacare reform bill was finally passed by Congress.
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#956768 Jul 30, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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The wealthy are wealthy because they don't spend money unnecessarily.
Does Dumbass Dave think the wealthy also buy life insurance?
Donal Trump and Warren Buffet each carry billionS worth of term life__what sort of wealthy people are "you" referring to?

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#956769 Jul 30, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text> You just forgot your hero Dumbwaiter said Islam, not radical Islam.
In today's world with the Wahhabists controlling everything in the Suni world, what's the difference? If you're a moderat muslim, you'll be murdered on any street corner where you speak your mind.
Let's find a moderate muslim in, oh, say, Gaza.
How about we look for a moderate muslim in, oh, say, Benghazi.
Let's just stroll through the dessert in Saudi Arabia saying things like Al Qaeda sucks.
Let's wear an American flag on our hat and walk around any country in the Arab world.
How about some muslim just say they want to change religion and become Christian.
Any of that coming out of someone's mouth is an immediate death sentence over there, dumbass.
You haven't got a clue what's really in the world, do you?

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#956770 Jul 30, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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Islam is a medieval version of racial superiority. That's the problem. You can't negotiate anything with anyone that thinks you are a lesser human than they.
Why everyone hasn't figured this out is beyond me.
The Arabs will be at war with everything until they get rid of their racial superiority attitude.
Recently heard a Muslim Middle Eastern expert explain that most radical Islamists are uneducated and can't read. The only way they can feel relevant in today's world is through violence and terrorism.

Made a lot of sense to me.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#956771 Jul 30, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>One Last Time Geez you are stupid since you have a Comprehension Problem and since 1960 in Flemming v Nestor Congress & the President by Executive Order has the the Authority under the US Constitution to Reduce, Modify, Denie or Eliminate Social Security at anytime without just case because its not a Earned or Constitutional Right and Indviduals do not have Property Rights to Social Security or FICA Taxes since the Social Security Act of 1935 was crafted by Congress as a Mandate and just like Obamacare was crafted by Congress which Congress is trying and has the authority to repeal or modify Obamacare just like Congress has the authority to repeal or modify the Social Security act of 1935 at anytime under Section 1104 of the 1935 Social Security Act, entitled "RESERVATION OF POWER," specifically said: "The right to alter, amend, or repeal any provision of this Act is hereby reserved to the Congress." Even so, some have thought that this reservation was in some way unconstitutional. This is the issue finally settled by Flemming v. Nestor in 1960 and clearly stated on the Social Security Website so you better wakeup.
Entitlements and Guaranteed Bankruptcy
By Gary North
November 3, 2010
THE USES OF DECEPTION
The typical voter has never read this. The statement is “transparent,” but it is buried deep in the Social Security System’s Website. It is a classic case of “The large print giveth, and the fine print taketh away.” It has never occurred to the average voter until quite recently that the promises made by Congress can be revoked at any time for political reasons. Who says so? The Social Security System.
The fact that workers contribute to the Social Security program’s funding through a dedicated payroll tax establishes a unique connection between those tax payments and future benefits. More so than general federal income taxes can be said to establish “rights” to certain government services. This is often expressed in the idea that Social Security benefits are “an earned right.” This is true enough in a moral and political sense. But like all federal entitlement programs, Congress can change the rules regarding eligibility — and it has done so many times over the years. The rules can be made more generous, or they can be made more restrictive. Benefits which are granted at one time can be withdrawn, as for example with student benefits, which were substantially scaled-back in the 1983 Amendments.
The phrase,“an earned right,” is another term for “entitlement.” So,“entitlement” in fact means “not legally entitled.” Who says so? The United States government.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/2010/11/gary-north...
Using a conservative claim to support your claim doesn't help your case.

Since: May 11

Hustontown, PA

#956772 Jul 30, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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Obviously, you don't.
I've explained what they are several times here, and exactly what their part was in the economic collapse. You should have been paying attention. You would have learned something. You know, Ben Bernanke mentioning them in his testimony to Barney Frank's committee should have indicated to you they had importance of significance.
Do I have to explain what a Special Purpose Vehicle is again for you? Or, can you tell us what they are?
I'm guessing you don't have a clue. Therefore, because they were the key element in getting fraudulent ratings for the worthless traunches comprised of failed CRA mortgages, you haven't got a fucking clue why or how the economy collapsed.
I want you to tell us what a Special Purpose Vehicle is, or just say you don't know anything about what you copy and paste here.
A "Special Purpose Vehicle" is...(why don't you finish that sentence and show us you know what you're talking about.)


SPEs have been utilized for years.

But hey, you are progressing. No longer blaming the CRA. Now you are blaming the institutions who bundled bad loans & bought AAA credit ratings for them. Now, if you only could understand that all sub prime mortgages were not CRA.

“Come Home America!”

Since: Nov 11

Claymont, Delaware 19809

#956773 Jul 30, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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Islam is a medieval version of racial superiority. That's the problem. You can't negotiate anything with anyone that thinks you are a lesser human than they.
Why everyone hasn't figured this out is beyond me.
The Arabs will be at war with everything until they get rid of their racial superiority attitude.
Christians have always believed that they were better because they would be the only ones going to heaven for believing in Jesus Christ as GOD than any other religion converts. But, we still work with them and cooperate on solving problems in society.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#956774 Jul 30, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>According to webMD the avg hospital cost for an uncomplicated vaginal birth is about $9,600 and almost $16,000 for a c-section.
How would the liar formerly known as Aunt Batshyt compare childbirth to a headache or sprained ankle?
So you think $16,000 is a reasonable cost to deliver a baby - even by C-section?

How could women afford to have children before HMOs?
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#956775 Jul 30, 2013
Fair and Balanced and White? Why Fox News Needs Black Conservatives

Fox News Channel, the hugely successful conservative cable TV network whose motto is “Fair and Balanced”, is anything but when it comes to on-air personalities.

Libertarian Greg Gutfeld, host of Fox News Channel’s Red Eye and The Five, believes the network has a race problem. During Wednesday’s opening segment on The Five, Gutfeld noted the incongruous scenario of constantly discussing race without a black person participating in the discussion.

Gutfeld said,“We are here talking about this and there are five white people. I think Fox should be hiring more black conservatives. Because, dammit they need to be here and they need to be everywhere. That’s fair and balanced.”

Gutfeld’s keen observation should not be taken lightly. Fox News’ lack of African-American representation at the highest level of its TV shows, anchors and hosts, has a negative ripple effect throughout the conservative movement.

Cable TV news is less about news and more about presenting opinions and analysis that generate ratings and voter action. Given that statement, it is safe to assume that the opinions of black on-air personalities do not resonate with Fox News’ audience. And if it is safe to assume black on-air personalities do not resonate with Fox News audiences, then they definitely don’t resonate with Republican voters.

The paucity of on-air black anchors and hosts at Fox is completely consistent with the lack of black elected officials in the Republican Party. It is no secret that Fox News is largely seen as the most influential and important communication vehicle of the GOP. It is not a coincidence that there are relatively few black on-air show hosts on Fox and only one black Republican in Congress. If Fox News is not promoting black conservatives for elected office — and they are not— then it is highly improbable that they will be elected. Why Fox is not pumping up the profiles of conservatives like Mia Love, Erika Harold, or Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.) is anybody’s guess. You would think electing the first African-American Republican woman to Congress and providing a platform for the only black Republican in Congress would be high priorities of the conservative network. Unfortunately, Fox doesn’t have any opinion-making conservatives with black faces to make that point.

http://www.policymic.com/articles/56525/fair-...

If Fox News is not featuring black conservatives on-air, then rest assured that conservative America is not going to support them at the ballot box. The Republican National Committee has an outreach program, largely based on using the media to spread the conservative message to African-Americans. Maybe they should ask Fox News to help out.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#956776 Jul 30, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
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No surprise there. Rethugs don't like telling or hearing the truth. That is why you people rely so much on Faux News and Breitbart for your "news". Garbage in, garbage out.
Why do you wingnuts think everybody watches Fox and goes on Breitbart. Because that is what your handler tell you to think. Bark! Bark! Bark and you get a treat! Woof! Woof!

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#956777 Jul 30, 2013
Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>You're so full of stuff, you're eyes are brown. Give it a rest, and read history, if you have progressed beyond "Dick and Jane" primer readers....
Yet, you are the one with a third grade retort. LMAO.

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#956778 Jul 30, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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Tenzing said it was something we did in Iran back in the 1950s to protect our best interests against Russia's influence.
But, personally, I think the strict sanctions on Iraq during the Clinton administration that killed thousands of children probably made them the most angry.
Lesley Stahl interviewed Madeleine Albright on '60 Minutes' back on May 12, 1996:
Lesley Stahl (speaking of U.S. sanctions against Iraq): We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that's more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright: I think this is a very hard choice, but the price--we think the price is worth it.
...Seems Clinton may have not only started the housing market collapse but the plot for 9/11.
More people died in Iraq under Clinton than Bush - ironically.
I mentioned the Iraq sanctions in the same sentence as the Shah you nitwit.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#956780 Jul 30, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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Wonder if Obama's father abandoning both him and his mother has anything to do with his lying disorder and resentment - and the fact his father was black and his mother was white drives his deep desire to create racial division.
Very complex man with complicated issues, this president.
Yeah...

Right....

Whatever....
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#956781 Jul 30, 2013
Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>That's the best you have in your quiver, Yeahoo? You keep telling us to leave our birthright country. You're the squatter, and you and your lieberal opinions prove it with every post..
lol! Son, you shouldn't talk since you've proven you're deficient in the US Constitution!
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#956782 Jul 30, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Look it up. Your knowledge of bankruptcy sucks.
It's amazing how you people demand others looks up points you bring up to support your positions.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#956783 Jul 30, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>You mean the same 'train wreck' in our unsustainable healthcare system that all healthcare professionals decried BEFORE the Obamacare reform bill was finally passed by Congress.
We ALL decried a broken health care system long before Obamacare. Physicians stopped "decrying" and are just throwing in the towel.

Did you read my posts explaining why health care costs are so insanely outrageous and that's the pink elephant everyone is pretending not to see?

Or do you just like chasing your tail trying to fix the wrong problem like so many others are doing of which Obama is the prime example?
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#956784 Jul 30, 2013
Just two weeks after Janet Napolitano announced her resignation as Secretary of Homeland Security, the Congressional Black Caucus has suggested Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of Houston fill her spot.

A letter dated July 25 and signed by Rep. Marcia Fudge, Ohio Democrat and caucus chairwoman, urges President Obama to consider Miss Jackson Lee for the position, calling the Democrat a “voice of reason” that the agency could stand to gain, the Houston Chronicle reported.

“Representative Jackson Lee would serve as an effective DHS Secretary because she understands the importance of increasing border security and maintaining homeland security,” the letter reads.

Mrs. Jackson Lee currently serves as a ranking member of the Homeland Security Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, a position that the caucus said she “stands as a strong and honest ‘voice of reason.’”

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#956785 Jul 30, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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Carol is not suggesting anything of the kind. It's all in your head.
Lowering health care costs which is still the pink elephant in the room that everyone is squeezing around and pretending not to see would make insurance much more affordable.
Most Americans don't mind paying a little more for those who are truly needy. Safety nets are always going to be in place.
But a heck of a lot more people could afford health insurance IF it was more affordable.
When Dem suggested your daughter might need surgery and not have in insurance you said she would get treated for free if she couldn't pay. By "free" you mean other customers of the health care system will pay for it.

Liar AND socialist.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#956786 Jul 30, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Very few people under the age of 40 believe they will ever receive any Social Security benefits and they resent paying the tax.
lol! Is this something you want others to look up to support your claim?

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#956787 Jul 30, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text> Christians have always believed that they were better because they would be the only ones going to heaven for believing in Jesus Christ as GOD than any other religion converts. But, we still work with them and cooperate on solving problems in society.
I have my own personal beliefs about who may receive a rewarding afterlife, and like most people I know it differs from the doctrine you think is manifest.

I'd like to know where you "work with them ans cooperate on solving problems in society". Sounds like a very small and inocuous place that is disconnected from the real world... like Utopia.
Do you mutilate your daughters' vaginas?

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