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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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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I noticed. I can't stand it.
indoors enjoying blu ray dvds of classic films.
You mentioned Casablanca, a great film.
Several books describe the problems showing this in the old confederate states.
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Any state passing a voter photo ID law.
You have zero statistics of significant voter fraud that a photo ID would prevent.
These people have IDs, just not photo IDs.
But hey your party's policies are so anti-American & so inane that you have to resort to cheating to win elections, by denying people their constitutional right to vote.
Funny how you right whiners only bring up the Constitution when it is convenient but piss on it when it comes to gay marriage & the right to vote.
Show us where the constitution protects gay marriage, bullshitter.

You other false assertion isn't even worth a thought.
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RealDave wrote:
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Any state passing a voter photo ID law.
You have zero statistics of significant voter fraud that a photo ID would prevent.
These people have IDs, just not photo IDs.
But hey your party's policies are so anti-American & so inane that you have to resort to cheating to win elections, by denying people their constitutional right to vote.
Funny how you right whiners only bring up the Constitution when it is convenient but piss on it when it comes to gay marriage & the right to vote.
Republicans fear Americans voting.
Christie vs Rand spat amusing ..Sarah Palin next president as she can still see russia from her front porch.
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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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Mike Huckabees son and a friend skinned and hung a dog to die in boyscouts. That son of his is a sick dog killer, should be in prison.
Obama said he was hungry and wanted to eat more dog. We hide our dogs when Obama is in town. Does your husband hide you?

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The majority of business owners are conservative. It comes with having to pay taxes and dealing with the absurd gubbermint restrictions and regulations of doing business.
It's much easier to be a liberal if you don't have a job, don't pay much in taxes and/or don't have much responsibility beyond collecting a paycheck.
I gave you anecdotal and statistical support for my assertion that Lord Obama's socialized medicine will result in higher unemployment and slower business growth. I provided a link for the gubbermint accounting office data.
You respond with a knee-jerk brain dead liberal response that I must be parroting right wing propaganda.
Facts are facts. And since we're going into the fifth year of unemployment over 7.5%(actually higher, since millions have given up looking for work), your defense of Lord Obama's policies is without merit.
Using statistics from the 2010 census and current BLS statistics, 17 percent of people in the United Startes available for work are unemployed. If the 30 million illegal aliens in the country that weren't counted as illegal aliens in the 2010 census are accounted for, 19 percent of American citizens available for work are unemployed.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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yes.
but somewhat different from obsessing over ONE video that MSNBC edited.
I know. It's like that time in the 70s when they obsessed over one little break-in. Today, if this administration was doing it (similar to spying on citizens phone calls and targeting groups based on their politics or sleeping at night during a terrorist attack on an embassey so you could jet off to campaign all refreshed in the morning), it would barely be reported by the media and then described as a phony scandal by president. Dismissed.

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LCN Llin wrote:
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Republicans fear Americans voting.
Christie vs Rand spat amusing ..Sarah Palin next president as she can still see russia from her front porch.
The prospect of Andrew Napolitano running for president scares the everloving hell out of the Democrats. They know they could never win that election.
Get ready for some Constitution to be shoved up your ass, boy.
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LCN Llin wrote:
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Republicans fear Americans voting.
Christie vs Rand spat amusing ..Sarah Palin next president as she can still see russia from her front porch.
Only dopes want as much proof of citzenship to vote as to rent a car or play golf on a public course. And Palin? None of the governors of the other 55 states Obama spoke about made such a claim.

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Buroc Millhouse Obama wrote:
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Show us where the constitution protects gay marriage, bullshitter.
You other false assertion isn't even worth a thought.
Exactly.
Andrew Napolitano pointed out that is an issue solely for each state's discretion.
No reference to it in the Constitution combined with the 10th Amendment in the Bill of Rights yields the obvious conclusion that each state, and only the states, have the right to make that determination for themselves.

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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text> Christie bashes Paul for "bringing home the Pork to Kentucky" at a press conference where he announces that HE has just brought home some Pork for New Jersey. You can't make this stuff up.
Why the GOP didn't see this mole before he slipped out from under his rock is beyond me. I am sure Christie Bacon plans a run for POTUS...as a Democrat.
The RINO plan is for him to run as the Republican candidate and lose the election.
Ann Colter was still promoting him not too long ago.
Christie sabotaged the election in exchange for the Democrats not challenging him in the next election for governor of New Jersey.
He should just join the Democratic Party. He's just a RINO.
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LCN Llin wrote:
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seems off on Martin Luther King, Jr.
Notice more republicans fighting with republicans,
and who says there is NEVER good news.
Very hot and humid at 8 AM
How many republicans are killed by other republicans on a daily basis?

Along with the decline of the black family comes anti-social behavior, manifested by high crime rates. Each year, roughly 7,000 blacks are murdered.

94% percent of the time, the murderer is another black person.

According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, between 1976 and 2011, there were 279,384 black murder victims. Using the 94% figure means that 262,621 were murdered by other blacks.

Though blacks are 13% of the nation's population, they account for more than 50% of homicide victims.

Nationally, the black homicide victimization rate is 6 times that of whites, and in some cities, it's 22 times that of whites.

But don't hold your breath for the president, the civil rights establishment, white liberals & the news media, who spent massive resources protesting the George Zimmerman trial's verdict, to tell the nation whether they believe that the major murder problem blacks face is murder by whites.

There are no such protests against the thousands of black murders.

There's an organization called NeighborhoodScout. Using 2011 population data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 crime statistics from the FBI and information from 17,000 local law enforcement agencies in the country, it came up with a report titled "Top 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in America." ( http://tinyurl.com/cdqrev4 ) They include neighborhoods in Detroit, Chicago, Houston, St. Louis and other major cities.

What's common to all 25 neighborhoods is that their makeup is described as "Black" or "Mostly Black." The high crime rates have several outcomes that are not in the best interests of the overwhelmingly law-abiding people in these neighborhoods. There can't be much economic development. Property has a lower value, but worst of all, people can't live with the kind of personal security that most Americans enjoy.

Disgustingly, black politicians, civil rights leaders, liberals and the president are talking nonsense about "having a conversation about race." That's beyond useless.

Tell me how a conversation with white people is going to stop black predators from preying on blacks. How is such a conversation going to eliminate the 75% illegitimacy rate?

What will such a conversation do about the breakdown of the black family (though "breakdown" is not the correct word, as the family doesn't form in the first place)?

Only black people can solve their own problems, but we Democrats don't want that. Plantations come in many forms and we're happy to keep them there so we can blame Republicans and keep them dependent on entitlements.

We Democrats substituted marriage & a father supporting his family with Uncle Sam paying all the bills for multiple generations.
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Some liberals think malpractice insurance for physicians doesn't play a major role in the costs of health care.
Depending on the state, OB/GYNs can pay more than $55,000 per year. General surgeons between $22,000 and $34,000 per year.
Juries are easily swayed to award those who file malpractice lawsuits because it's a big company and not hurting anybody.
But if the insurance company has a million customers and jurors give $300,000,000 awards, then everybody's rate goes up by $300 to pay for it.
The health care system is broken but Obamacare is anything but the solution.
That'd be like thinking any insurances people pay, matters not when considering the budgets of.

Which then tells us-ONLY clueless libuhrulTICs would even assume such.

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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! for a foreigner like you, next to impossible... without superior help!
WELL as we all know now--Hawai'i hates homeless Americans. Your communist racist governor is offering one way tickets back to the main land--it's too bad that they didn't offer illegal O'bama a one way trip back to Africa when he landed on the islands.

I will give you a liberal link that you all love.
http://thinkprogress.org/economy/2013/07/29/2...

Liberals view this as 'charity'. LOL-all liberal cities on the main land should start a similar--send the homeless to Hawai'i. That's Barack Husseins' Hawai'i. ROTFLMAO...

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I suppose this person knows how orders concerning the State Department's coordination with the Department of Defense are given.
This is an expert commenting on the subject, dumbass.
"Former Ambassador: Benghazi “Stand Down” Order Came from Obama
July 30, 2013
Was there ever any doubt?
Ann Wagner, a former US ambassador and current congresswoman from Missouri, was interviewed about what the protocol would be for a “stand down” order in the event of a consulate being under attack, and she answered what many have suspected already: that’s an order that would come from Obama himself.
This is one of the reasons that the Obama administration has essentially refused to provide details about where Obama was at or what he was doing during the attack. This is because we know exactly what he was doing — ignoring the cries for help for political reasons.
Being wrong about policy is one thing. But ignoring the screams of those who work for you because you’d rather them die than accept that your foreign policy is creating more terrorists is a level of treason rare, even for the most despotic tyrants."
Luxemburg. Oh how dangerous can you get.

What did Ms Wagner do for Bush that won her that ever dangerous appointment? A political Hack working for the Republican Party. Yep, that qualifies her to be a GD expert.

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<quoted text>I know. It's like that time in the 70s when they obsessed over one little break-in. Today, if this administration was doing it (similar to spying on citizens phone calls and targeting groups based on their politics or sleeping at night during a terrorist attack on an embassey so you could jet off to campaign all refreshed in the morning), it would barely be reported by the media and then described as a phony scandal by president. Dismissed.
September 18, 1972, almost three months to the day after the Watergate burglary, John Kerry's brother Cameron and fellow VVAW activist Thomas Vallely are arrested in Lowell, Massachusetts in the basement of a building that housed his opponent's campaign headquarters. Cameron Kerry and Vallely are charged with breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny. Harvard created the Department of Vietnam Studies in the John F. Kennedy School of Government soon after this event and named Thomas Vallely its first department head.
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Luxemburg. Oh how dangerous can you get.
What did Ms Wagner do for Bush that won her that ever dangerous appointment? A political Hack working for the Republican Party. Yep, that qualifies her to be a GD expert.
republicans seem worried about the validity of their gay marriages?

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RealDave wrote:
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Luxemburg. Oh how dangerous can you get.
What did Ms Wagner do for Bush that won her that ever dangerous appointment? A political Hack working for the Republican Party. Yep, that qualifies her to be a GD expert.
You didn't address the content of the post.
I suppose this person knows how orders concerning the State Department's coordination with the Department of Defense are given.
This is an expert commenting on the subject, dumbass.
"Former Ambassador: Benghazi “Stand Down” Order Came from Obama
July 30, 2013
Was there ever any doubt?
Ann Wagner, a former US ambassador and current congresswoman from Missouri, was interviewed about what the protocol would be for a “stand down” order in the event of a consulate being under attack, and she answered what many have suspected already: that’s an order that would come from Obama himself.
This is one of the reasons that the Obama administration has essentially refused to provide details about where Obama was at or what he was doing during the attack. This is because we know exactly what he was doing — ignoring the cries for help for political reasons.
Being wrong about policy is one thing. But ignoring the screams of those who work for you because you’d rather them die than accept that your foreign policy is creating more terrorists is a level of treason rare, even for the most despotic tyrants."

If you want to respond to the post with something reasonable, you should give your argument about how this former ambassador really doesn't know the command structure of the State Department and how orders concerning coordination between the State Department and Department of Defense are issued.

... well?
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DBWriter wrote:
It's Wednesday morning. Office coffee is ok today. Time to warm up the keyboard...
It is time for all good men to be patriots, and quickly come to the aid of their country with very extreme heartfelt zeal.
... all keys working....
Previously on topix:
Obama never attended classes at Columbia;
Obama's mother was a low-life college dropout, Obama was a low-life college dropout;
Obama never saw the inside of a courtroom as a lawyer;
Obama spent over a hundred million dollars vacationing in Africa while there wasn't enough money to give hot chow to the troops in the field in Afghanistan;
Obama's recovery is putting 5 people in poverty for every 1 person getting a full-time job;
Nobody knows where the money will come from to pay for Obama's government;
Obama's government increases the debt by 8 percent every year just for its day-to-day existence while the economy is stagnant;
Congress has the lowest rating in history because of the Louisiana Purchase and Cornhusker Kickback, cowering and not investigating Eric Holder running guns for Mexican drug cartels, cowering and not investigating the White House hanging Americans in Benghazi out to dry while they watched Al Qaeda kill them on the real time video feed, cowering and not investigating the unconstitutional acts of the IRS, cowering and not investigating the unconstitutional activities of the NSA, funding DHS and giving Janet Napolitano enough money to buy more tanks than landed at Normandy and more machine guns than the Marines had on Iwo Jima and enough ammunition for both sides to fight World War I for twenty years while there wasn't enough money to give hot chow to our forces in the field in Afghanistan;
... and on, and on, and on...
And, yesterday it became obvious the prospect of Andrew Napolitano running for president scares the everyloving hell out of the Democrats.
That's our candidate: Andrew Napolitano. The Democrats are convinced they can't beat him.
And now, today's episode....
That Would be a really good choice too!

(Betting he remembers manual key typewriters as well lol!)
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white punks rioting!!!

Just when you thought that the surfing crowd was generally a laid back one, a riot broke out in Huntington Beach, Calif., Sunday evening following the close of the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing contest. And there’s video showing the chaos.

It took local law enforcement officials a few hours to put the riot down, according to KTLA-TV.

“The unrest occurred while officers were attempting to disperse crowds following the close of the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing,” the report notes.

Lt. Mitchell O’Brien told KTLA5.com the Huntington Beach Police Department was forced to request backup from other law-enforcement agencies.

“The area was declared an unlawful assembly and police moved in to make arrests,” a Huntington Beach Police Department press release notes.

One witness said the unrest led to property damage, including several overturned portable toilets and damaged police cruisers.

Officers dispersed crowds with pepper spray, the witness said.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/07/29/se...

the epidemic of white violence must be stopped!!! we can't have white punks rioting in the streets of America!! we need to lock all of them up and throw away the key!!

and btw..... white punks are the leading cause of vandalism in the country. and rape. and assaults. and....well damn, they're the leading cause of every crime!!

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in...

still waiting for an explanation for the 9 to 1 DUI stat. are all you white folks alcoholics or something??
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RealDave wrote:
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Dmbwaiter cheating us out of our money!!!
As he sits on Company Time wasting his employers money on posting crap instead of working. Money that us hard working Americans pay in taxes which go to his industry in subsidies that help pay his salary.
Where you at doofus?
(and don't get snarky or I'll ask you that every time you post lol)

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