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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<quoted text>Republicans? Don't you mean t-p nuts?
Oh boy!
't-p nuts'!!!!!

you rang?

it is not fair all the media attention liberal ball washers are revieving. Look at my lap times in my prison/aquarium? I am ENVIOUS.

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Maybe ran out of useless smoke and mirror illegal wiretaps on NON terrorist type folks.
Okay you Repub wackos I'm still hung up on this NSA thing were you think they are listening to your calls and reading your emails. It's estimated there are 3 to 4 Billion calls and emails per DAY just in the US. If we go by the low 3 Billion and each is read or listened in on just for 1 minute that's 50,000,000 hours per day. How many people does it take to listen in or read 50 Million hours of info per day?
Repub math.

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Perot got 20% in '92 and he was a nut.
he was so nuts that he was right. The sucking sound of NAFTA remember? he was so vehemently against NAFTA. Cumulative job loss, amounting to almost 29 million jobs by the end of 2010. Yeah, he was nutz alright. Clinton got nutz too, after he left office, and said NAFTA was a bad deal.

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Matt Damon, Liberals, and where does a movie stars kids go to school....

Not in LA public school's

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Hollywood/2013/0...

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No moron, the original stimulus was just a start and it should have been much larger but it was what Obama could get. Our infrastructure needs a lot more work and that would put people to work but the GOP doesn't want to hear about it. They'd just rather keep wasting time and taxpayer money with ideological legislation that will never see the light of day.
The original stimulus was the start of O'bama fraud.

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Septemeber 2012 (2k TWELVE)
SANAA, Yemen -- Yemen's president has apologized to President Barack Obama for the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, the Yemeni capital, by a mob angry over an anti-Islam film.
The U.S. Embassy in Yemen says nobody was harmed in Thursday's assault. "All embassy personnel are safe and accounted for," spokesman Lou Fintor said.
President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi also ordered an investigation into the attack. Several hundred protesters stormed the embassy's compound, brought down the U.S. flag in the courtyard, burned it and replaced it with a black, Islamist banner.
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Same warning issued then-SEVEN MONTHS Prior to any stupid lame video---as the warning that is issued now.
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U.S. Citizen Services
MESSAGE FOR U.S. CITIZENS
Security Message for U.S. Citizens (November 19, 2012)
November 19, 2012
The Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the high security threat level in Yemen due to terrorist activities and civil unrest. The Department urges U.S. citizens not to travel to Yemen.
U.S. citizens currently in Yemen should depart. The U.S. Embassy in Sana'a remains a restricted staffing post. As staff levels at the embassy are restricted, our ability to assist U.S. citizens in an emergency remains limited and may be further constrained by the fluid security situation. This supersedes the Travel Warning for Yemen issued on March 27, 2012, to provide updated information regarding the security situation in Yemen.
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August 6, 2013
The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the high security threat level in Yemen due to terrorist activities and civil unrest. The Department urges U.S. citizens to defer travel to Yemen and those U.S. citizens currently living in Yemen to depart immediately.
On August 6, 2013, the Department of State ordered the departure of non-emergency U.S. government personnel from Yemen due to the continued potential for terrorist attacks.
U.S. citizens currently in Yemen should depart. As staff levels at the Embassy are restricted, our ability to assist U.S. citizens in an emergency and provide routine consular services remains limited and may be further constrained by the fluid security situation. This supersedes the Travel Warning for Yemen issued on July 16, 2013.
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Why weren't the protocals of procedure of WARNINGS followed in BENGHAZI, rather than just blatantly Ignored????
Foreign Policy FAILURE.
and yet: U.S. officials agreed a year ago to restart military aid to Yemen...After aid to Yemen was frozen for some time, the U.S. military is once again on the ground there training Yemeni special operations forces and has delivered more than a dozen helicopters to the Yemeni military and provided training for them, U.S. defense officials said. As stupid as the democrats think GW Bush was-he looks like the smartest man in the World compared to O'bama. Who gives a country military aid that is 99.9% Moslems practicing Islam? that would be O'bama.

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<quoted text>Okay you Repub wackos I'm still hung up on this NSA thing were you think they are listening to your calls and reading your emails. It's estimated there are 3 to 4 Billion calls and emails per DAY just in the US. If we go by the low 3 Billion and each is read or listened in on just for 1 minute that's 50,000,000 hours per day. How many people does it take to listen in or read 50 Million hours of info per day?
Repub math.
So what do you think? too big to fail? seems like the O'bama NSA failed in Boston. But we got chatter, lots and lots chatter, more chatter than in the history of the United States, more chatter than before 9-11, which BTW liberals said over and over again no one listened to...but the chatter of O'bama is high, like in dope smoking high. Get under your desk, the terrorists are coming chatter.

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<quoted text>he was so nuts that he was right. The sucking sound of NAFTA remember? he was so vehemently against NAFTA. Cumulative job loss, amounting to almost 29 million jobs by the end of 2010. Yeah, he was nutz alright. Clinton got nutz too, after he left office, and said NAFTA was a bad deal.
You mean 700,000 jobs right - total net loss since it was enacted.

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<quoted text>The original stimulus was the start of O'bama fraud.
What fraud was that?
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<quoted text>Okay you Repub wackos I'm still hung up on this NSA thing were you think they are listening to your calls and reading your emails. It's estimated there are 3 to 4 Billion calls and emails per DAY just in the US. If we go by the low 3 Billion and each is read or listened in on just for 1 minute that's 50,000,000 hours per day. How many people does it take to listen in or read 50 Million hours of info per day?
Repub math.
No, it was you fascists on the left that were saying that:

"Bush Lets U.S. Spy on Callers Without Courts"

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/16/politics/16...

You nutjobs were all up in arms, but now since Obama is president, no problem!

Democrats: Party first, country last! We hate hypocrites, except when it's us being the hypocrites. We like fairness, as long as it's more fair for Democrats.

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WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—As House Republicans began their five-week summer vacation, their leader, House Speaker John Boehner, urged them to rest up for “the many symbolic and meaningless votes that lie ahead.”
Mr. Boehner, while congratulating his colleagues on having voted to repeal Obamacare forty times, reminded his fellow-Republicans that their work is “far from over.”
I want you to come back from vacation rested and refreshed, because we’ve got another year of futile, time-wasting votes to cast,” he said.“Only the strong will survive.”
According to Mr. Boehner, this year’s gruelling schedule of fake-repeal votes had been the G.O.P.’s “most physically punishing ever.”
Noting that the exhausting ordeal of frequent, pointless Obamacare votes had transformed his fellow House Republicans into hollowed-out husks of their former selves, the Speaker observed,“Purely symbolic voting may be even more exhausting than actual work.”
“It’s true that voting to repeal Obamacare has cost the American taxpayer over fifty million dollars,” he said.“But that’s nothing compared to the toll it’s taken on us.”
For his part, Mr. Boehner said he intends to spend August at the beach, as he always does, fruitlessly trying to change the rules of volleyball.
I totally agree. I mean I'm sick and tired of Republicans accusing Democrats of having bad ideas that won't work and cost too much money just because they feel good.

And I'm tired of them saying that the biggest problem with modern liberalism is that it has devolved into little more than childlike emotionalism applied to adult issues.

So what if we Democrat liberals pick which policies to support based on whether they make us feel "nice" or "mean" and then declare a policy to be a moral imperative based on our emotional reaction to it. They make such nice talking points for President Obama to read from the teleprompter and he's oh so good at fostering resentment by soundbite.

They say Democrat liberals put no consideration into whether the cost of a program is worth the benefits provided or whether the policy ultimately benefits more people than it harms; there's just a wild lurch based on feelings.

OK, so it's unfortunately true and for us liberals governing in that fashion that our ideas are not sustainable over the long haul and lead to the sort of disasters we've recently seen in Greece and Detroit.

Fortunately for us, the wheels of history turn slowly and at times, ambiguously, which means that our bad ideas can take a long time to prove their unworthiness -- so long in fact, that there's often someone trying the same failed idea under a new name by the time the old idea has been discredited. In other words, by the time ObamaCare has been mired in fraud and increased costs with long waits to see the fewer doctors, Barack Obama will be a former President on a book tour.

And Americans will then realize he played more golf and the family took the most expensive taxpayer-funded vacations in history.

But right now we can enjoy twisting and distorting the facts. Oooohhh, I think I'll take a picture of my fact twisting. It's so beautiful when it is fully distorted.

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One more time you prove yourself to be a coward. You do not respond to the question as to why hairless reed will not allow votes on the bills sent to the senate by the house. If the bills sent to the house are so bad why should reed be a coward. For crying out loud if the are rejected by the senate look at all the gloating your boy, the president nobama, could do.
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Mr Eed likes when his Representatives play games instead of trying to help America.

Republicans pass bills they know will go nowhere & hope that Reid puts them up to a vote so they can use the votes as fodder in the next campaign.

Perhaps one day, Mr Eed will put his country ahead of his party. Mr Eed bitches about government run programs but gladly participates in them. Pathetic
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You mean 700,000 jobs right - total net loss since it was enacted.
Not to worry Dumb Dave. Obama is making up for it by replacing good paying full time jobs with temporary, part-time jobs so everyone is poor. Bury hey! Everyone will have "free" substandard health care! Hurray!

People will need that Unaffordable Health Care because after Democrats destroy the long-term viability of our economy, people will be living out in the cold after they lose their homes.

Gee Golly Dumb Dave, how is your life as Gomer Pyle?

"The Untold Unemployment Story: A Loss Of 162,000 Full-Time Jobs In June"

"All of the net new jobs created last month were part time jobs. The Labor Department reported,“The number of persons employed part time for economic reasons…increased by 322,000 to 8.2 million in June. These individuals were working part time because their hours had been cut back or because they were unable to find a full-time job.”

http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterferrara/2013...

"Banks repossessing more homes as home prices rise

Julie Schmit, USA TODAY 12:03 a.m. EDT June 13, 2013"

Bank repossessions increased in 33 states, with some seeing a big jump, market researcher RealtyTrac reports.

In North Carolina, repossessions were up 60% in May from April. Oregon saw a 57% jump, and Wisconsin and Illinois, a 44% increase, RealtyTrac says.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/...

Thanks Democrats!
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<quoted text> What fraud was that?
You live under quite a big rock, don't you?

What has Obama said that isn't a fraud, is the question you should be asking.

Hope & Change!

Close Gitmo?

Unemployment stayed under 8%?

We will save money with Obamacare?

Al Queada decimated?

Obama to stop NSA spying?

Any other questions, 2008Bill?

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Some folks like poor quality that loses value rapidly.
Right Toyota especially, and people have lost value rapdidly because of the serious quality & safey problems with toyota vehicles.
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<quoted text>Okay you Repub wackos I'm still hung up on this NSA thing were you think they are listening to your calls and reading your emails. It's estimated there are 3 to 4 Billion calls and emails per DAY just in the US. If we go by the low 3 Billion and each is read or listened in on just for 1 minute that's 50,000,000 hours per day. How many people does it take to listen in or read 50 Million hours of info per day?
Repub math.
WTF are you even talking about? This?

An article by Glenn Greenwald in UK's The Guardian has uncovered that the National Security Agency in the United States has been coercing communications mega-corporation Verizon into handing over information on all phone calls from Verizon's almost 116 million customers. Obama says the tactic is an important tool in the war against terrorism, but is it really?

Read more at: http://www.heavy.com/news/2013/06/nsa-verizon...

I had referenced the AP ILLEGAL wire tapping chit.

You mutt be one dem dar delusional o'zombie, velteenage poster licking lunaTICS.

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<quoted text> What fraud was that?
Embassy, consulate closures = Al Qaeda 'on steroids' since Benghazi attack...

One Year ago Obama said al-Qaida on the run and now democRats are on the run...

It's the culture...
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Mr Eed likes when his Representatives play games instead of trying to help America.
Republicans pass bills they know will go nowhere & hope that Reid puts them up to a vote so they can use the votes as fodder in the next campaign.
Perhaps one day, Mr Eed will put his country ahead of his party. Mr Eed bitches about government run programs but gladly participates in them. Pathetic
Darn "obstructionists", eh 2008Bill? You like the North Korea government model much better! Why do we need Democracy & Capitalism, right Gomer?

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Its the fact that the president saw fit to inject himself into those situations, not the circumstances of the situations.
Wasn't he asked bout these issues initially by the press?

Is it smart police work to arrest a man for breaking into his own home & after all that is proved, still take him into custody?

And I guess all black kids need to be home by dark else a vigilante wanna-be-cop may target you & you could end up dead & the cops don't care. " Oh well, another dead black kid"

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Darn "obstructionists", eh 2008Bill? You like the North Korea government model much better! Why do we need Democracy & Capitalism, right Gomer?


Actually one party would be better than what we have now in Congress. We have one party looking o help America & one party hoping & working to make it fails so it might win more seats the next election.

Just think where we would be f the Republicans chose America over their party starting in Jan of 2009.

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