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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LCN Llin wrote:
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Most common f*xite fallacy of hasty generalization.
Second fallacy is generalizing from the particular
Common among high school dropouts a national problem.
Funny they hang themselves with their own posts and often clueless of their historical mistakes
LOL
lol! They're so intent on pushing their politics, they forget about the facts.
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LCN Llin wrote:
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World nut daily diverted the nuts to question the birth certificate for a rather long time.
President Obama played them like a violin.
Same people back post more historical malarky.
It's The Lion Kings birthday August 6th, stay tuned for renewed birfer comments....
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Well, your scenario is nothing but irrational bantering.
Reality, on the other hand, is an American Muslim father killed his two teenage daughters for becoming "westernized" and not one peep of condemnation was heard from other American Muslims.
There have been several "honor killings" of wives by their American Muslim husbands here as well with little or no outcry from other American Muslims.
They probably don't want to be killed either.
Are they not prosecuted?
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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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Do some reading on Western Colonialism
The web is a valid source of information for those who have not dropped out of high school.
As a primary source, the internet is confusing, as illustrated by f^xite posts.

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<quoted text>What's funny is your claims of what you 'know' son. Just like Lois, you idiots take the position of assuming you're right and demanding others prove you wrong when the best thing to do is simply prove you're right.
The problem is, facts keep getting in your way. Or in this case as in most cases, the lack of them!
Right wing crazies are such idiots and love to prove it!
Here's the Democrat explanation:

“We have always had these dense urban corridors that are extremely Democratic,” Jonathan Rodden, a Stanford University political science professor, told the Philadelphia Inquirer.“It’s kind of an urban fact, and you are looking at the extreme end of it.”

There's a specific name to look up, dufus, something George Soros seldom gives in his so-called "proof" on his Snopes site.

What Jonathan Rodden is saying is not one crackhead, not one stoned junkie, not one illiterate dropout, not one confused elderly, not one person at all pressed the wrong button by mistake.

That is an impossibility among that many thousands of votes cast.

That there was not one, not one single individual like every one of us knows who voted one way solely because everyone else voted the other way. But, I can understand how that naturally occurring individuality could nave been completely eradicated in those areas. How it could have been, but not likely to have been, considering how much of a naturally occurring characteristic it is among humans.

Why don't you tell us why not one person pressed the wrong button by mistake, and why individuality has been completely eliminated in those regions.

This looks identical to those show elections third world dictators put on when they get 95 percent of the vote. They would get 100 percent of the vote, but about 5 percent of those voting there check the wrong box by mistake.

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If the US had a parliamentary government, then John Boehner (or whomever was the Republican Party leader in the House) would be the Prime Minister.
Exactly, and he could more easily removed for not doing his job , even crowing that he doesn't want to do his job if it helps the President make the country better off.
Impeach

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When will we impeach?

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When elected leaders are expected to answer to the people but, instead, protect their own party; when they refuse to address or take responsibility of having any knowledge of wrongdoing or failures or incompetence by members of their own party to protect their own and, instead, plead the Fifth or feign innocence or ignorance of having any knowledge when their job is to be knowledgeable; when they grandstand and deflect blame instead of satisfying ongoing unanswered questions on the part of the people based on accusations of unconstitutionality by members of their own party; when they silence and demote whistleblowers and reward their own; we have to assume our elected leaders seek power and self-immunity and a desire to control the outcome of any given situation whether it's through blatant dishonesty or self-preservation and the people be damned.

(I like this if I do say so myself. Think I'll post it every now and then just because I do.)
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DBWriter wrote:
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nuts
lol! You're not a Gen. McAuliffe...
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DBWriter wrote:
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clueless
On this topic? Yep. So I can't understand why you believe non cons are afraid of this man.

I guess you don't know either, eh?

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That's what Tenzing said.
I tried to remind him time and time again that we rescued Kuwaitis from Saddam's thugs who were raping and pillaging anything that moved there and provided training and arms to help the Afghanis after the Russian invasion to run them off. There was no Russian 9/11 or anything.
But he still thinks we made them real mad for protecting our best interests against Russia's influence in the 50s by maneuvering the Shah into power.
He also keeps forgetting about the strict sanctions during the Clinton administration that killed thousands of Iraqi children through starvation after Saddam invaded Kuwait
But I don't blame Clinton. I blame Saddam.
That's the difference between you and me. You blame Bush instead of the bad guys.
Iraq had a good case against Kuwait 's aggression in stealing from Iraqi oil fields and when Iraq tried to get a fair hearing in the U N the George H W Bush Administration unfairly supported Kuwait (a monarchy and regional ally) over Iraq (an independent republic). The Founding Fathers would have flipped over the decision of Bush 43 to choose to favor a monarch over a democracy.

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Discredited? Really?
Where is your source for this Lucie County?
I get it, you only demand sources not provide them. Silly me. To think you actually had anything reliable to back up the crap you post.
But hey, I tale this opportunity to provide another source:
"According to Sarasota County Supervisor of Elections Kathy Dent,“Cards are pages, ballots are the full ballot consisting of both pages.”"
http://watchdogwire.com/florida/2012/11/10/up...
At least this guy had the balls to admit when he was wrong. Unlike you.
But just for the fun of making you look stupider yet:
http://www.reagancoalition.com/articles/2012/...
The Reagan Coalition. I know how you EWhiners love Reagan.
Even Reagan's spirit says you are a liar.
Now what?
I gave you the name of the government official, you dumbass.
How about you take that name, use the subject, search, and you will see a plethora of links to read. You won't be reading just one biased to one side. You will see all links. That's how you read both sides of the story.
Or, you can just copy the quote I gave you in the search box and it will put a link with that exact quote first in your search.

Just like a Democrat. Expecting everyone else to do everything for you.
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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That's what Tenzing said.
I tried to remind him time and time again that we rescued Kuwaitis from Saddam's thugs who were raping and pillaging anything that moved there and provided training and arms to help the Afghanis after the Russian invasion to run them off. There was no Russian 9/11 or anything.
But he still thinks we made them real mad for protecting our best interests against Russia's influence in the 50s by maneuvering the Shah into power.
He also keeps forgetting about the strict sanctions during the Clinton administration that killed thousands of Iraqi children through starvation after Saddam invaded Kuwait
But I don't blame Clinton. I blame Saddam.
That's the difference between you and me. You blame Bush instead of the bad guys.
So why didn't bushi boy invade N Korea as part of his Axis of Terror?

They're starving their people.

They have strict sanctions.

What other excuse are you looking for?
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DEVIOUS ELECTION PLOT BYPASSES CONSTITUTION
Strategy takes 36 states out of voting decision

The National Popular Vote effort, which could see only 14 states – those with the largest populations – decide the presidency for voters in all 50 states, is fully partnered with a George Soros-funded election group

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/07/devious-election-p...
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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly, and he could more easily removed for not doing his job , even crowing that he doesn't want to do his job if it helps the President make the country better off.
With a parliamentary system, there would be no President, probably a good thing.

The Prime Minister is generally only removed when he loses the support of his own party.
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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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Interesting
lily loves pure propaganda.
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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That's what Tenzing said.
I tried to remind him time and time again that we rescued Kuwaitis from Saddam's thugs who were raping and pillaging anything that moved there and provided training and arms to help the Afghanis after the Russian invasion to run them off. There was no Russian 9/11 or anything.
But he still thinks we made them real mad for protecting our best interests against Russia's influence in the 50s by maneuvering the Shah into power.
He also keeps forgetting about the strict sanctions during the Clinton administration that killed thousands of Iraqi children through starvation after Saddam invaded Kuwait
But I don't blame Clinton. I blame Saddam.
That's the difference between you and me. You blame Bush instead of the bad guys.
Tenzing is correct. It was a coup to eliminate a democratically elected Mossadeiah (not sure on spelling) we placed the dictator Shah Reza Pahlavi in power. That was the beginning. But you know that already I hope.
It was President Obama who finally publicly acknowledged this event in history.
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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text> Iraq had a good case against Kuwait 's aggression in stealing from Iraqi oil fields and when Iraq tried to get a fair hearing in the U N the George H W Bush Administration unfairly supported Kuwait (a monarchy and regional ally) over Iraq (an independent republic). The Founding Fathers would have flipped over the decision of Bush 43 to choose to favor a monarch over a democracy.
Kuwait used to belong to Iraq, Bush double crossed Sadaam Hussein by first claiming to look the other way on the invasion.

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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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It is the evangelical Christians who want to turn this liberal country into a theocracy.
You want to control how people dress, what time they can take a walk outside, whether women have rights to their own bodies... You might like living in Pakistan
That's just an outright ridiculous statement, Lily. A large bloc of your so-called "evangelicals" are black and Hispanic Democrats.

Of all the just plain ridiculous things you've posted, I do believe this tops them all.

But go ahead and tell us you're absolutely okay with a Muslim country and Sharia Law.
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World Nut Daily,:-)

"Aliens built the New York Subway"
American Lady wrote:
DEVIOUS ELECTION PLOT BYPASSES CONSTITUTION
Strategy takes 36 states out of voting decision
The National Popular Vote effort, which could see only 14 states – those with the largest populations – decide the presidency for voters in all 50 states, is fully partnered with a George Soros-funded election group
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/07/devious-election-p...

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