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>It doesn't matter if you had a disease 13 years ago and were cured, these records will be electronic and made available to the the IRS and the O'bama appointees, who will decide that you had a pre-existing condition, if if it no longer exists. The insurance you will be rated for will be too expensive for most to afford. More than likely being born will be a pre-existing condition under the O'bama plan.
We all best start bracing ourselves for the train wreck that's a-comin'. Too late to jump off now.

But, thankfully, we can go to flea markets to sign up for a seat on this train.

I kid you not.

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The Democratic Senate have become co-conspirators in ensuring a tyrannical executive branch and the Republican House are labeled traitors if they dare express disloyalty to the sovereignty.
That's where we are.
The SCOTUS has become a divided but politically-motivated and politically correct appeaser of the tyranny.
Unless the American people come to terms with who and what they elected, it's never going to change. Republicans can't possibly be any worse and, in fact, they have to be the better of the two parties considering the borderline oppression imposed on us by the party in power.
It's the American people who don't seem to mind that concern me.
Good morning, shinning.
I've never met one Veteran that enlisted to fight for Socialism.

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The IRS under the very laws of Obamacare will have to share information about our medical records and financial status to keep track of us.
But if you libs start thinking this administration is using the IRS to control our medical care as the first step to absolute control, you just put that thought right out of your heads right now.
Why, the very thought of it conjures up images of past dictators...uh...wait a minute...hold the phone...actually, maybe you should ponder that for a moment.
The Constitution specifically forbids that.

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."

That should be case closed... with any government intent on maintaining a government in accordance with the Constitution.

This is why we need someone like Andrew Napolitano as president.
Besides, Andrew Napolitano scares the hell out of the Democrats to the point where they are trying to pretend he doesn't exist.
That's our guy.
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More curiosity about the gay lifestyle from the "Im not gay, I'm just curious" moron.
Those internal demons are begging to come out of the closet.
There's absolutely NO chance you will ever be successful into luring straight men into your phag lifestyle. You will have better luck with your box of candy at the local elementary school (which is now back in session).....

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that has been my experience also.
something you encounter quite often in the Bible Belt.
and was i making noise about being a Buddhist? i thought i was just pointing out Christian hypocrisy.
Just goes to show ya how wrong you can be....

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The IRS will not collect medical records under the ACA.
they have already started: When executing a search warrant to obtain financial information on a single employee of a healthcare provider, the IRS seized medical records on 10 million Americans. Its agents reportedly threatened to rip servers out of the building if the records were not turned over voluntarily.
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2010 murders.....
whites - 4,261
blacks - 4,209
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in...
rape...
whites - 10,178
blacks - 4,925
ok black folks, lock up you daughters when whitey is roaming free. just don't lock them up in a school. if you do rape will be the least of their problems when whitey shows up.
No doubt about those stats.

BTW, one of the reasons anglo rape is so much higher is that negresses rarely say "no". That's why the birth rate is so high with so many multiple baby daddies.....

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What subsidies?
You are unable to identify any subsidy paid to the oil companies.
And, a couple. I've reviewed many for approval.
Now, back to the issue:
If the business plan is to pay minimum wage to set a price for a commodity to generate a profit so the operation remains a viable business interest, and a workforce is available, why should that business pay more than minimum wage?
Rand Paul says they exist. RonPaul says they Exist, Boehner says they exist. Congress argued about whether to end herm.

Yet here you are still denying they exist.

If you can't figure out why one should pay more than the minimum wage then its no wonder you are just a pretend engineer.
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Sure Carol, everything you get in emails is God's honest truth. The fact is that these emails have been floating around since 2009. Let's take these one at a time;
All non-US citizens, illegal or not, will be provided with free healthcare services.
False. That’s simply not what the bill says at all. This page includes "SEC. 152. PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION IN HEALTH CARE," which says that "except as otherwise explicitly permitted by this Act and by subsequent regulations consistent with this Act, all health care and related services (including insurance coverage and public health activities) covered by this Act shall be provided without regard to personal characteristics extraneous to the provision of high quality health care or related services." However, the bill does explicitly say that illegal immigrants can’t get any government money to pay for health care. Page 143 states: "Nothing in this subtitle shall allow Federal payments for affordability credits on behalf of individuals who are not lawfully present in the United States." Current law prohibits illegal immigrants from participating in government health care programs.
It will take a federal judge about five minutes to declare this provision of ObamaKKKare to be unconstitutional.

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<quoted text>Of course--a B 12 shot wouldn't cost as much as a pharmaceutical and would cause a patient to maintain their health, we can't have that--O'bama care, not about health, not about care--it is about medicating the masses.
Recent studies from the U.S. Framingham trial show one in four adults in the United States are deficient in this vitally important nutrient, and nearly half the population has suboptimal blood levels. But O'bama and his stinking liberals don't care: they are trying to shut vitamins down every day. Dick Durbin the democrat is the most heinous senator on this. It is his goal in life evidentally.
Straight from the horse's mouth. Obama himself. Liberals should watch the video if they don't believe he actually said this:

"Look, the first thing for all of us to understand that is we actually have some -- some choices to make about how we want to deal with our own end-of-life care. We as a culture and as a society can start to make better decisions within our own families and for ourselves...at least we can let doctors know and your mom know that, you know what? Maybe this isn't going to help. Maybe you're better off not having the surgery, but taking the painkiller."

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2009/0...

Yeah, let's keep mom on painkillers instead of the surgery to stop the pain.

Again...I kid you not.

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Assad is a puppet of Shi'ite Iran.
The so-called "rebels" are Suni Al Qaeda insurgents.
What do the Shi'ite and Suni Islamists have in common?
For one thing, both want to kill Americans and destroy the United States.
Obama reads from a teleprompter saying the US will beomce involved if chemical weapons are used.
The Assad government, the Iranian government, and the Muslim Brotherhood trying to take over the government in Syria agree that it is more important to kill Americans than each other.
Nobody knows who is using chemical weapons in Syria.
Putin won't miss such an easy opportunity to make Obama look like an ignorant buffoon... again.
Russia will send its most advanced anti-ship missiles to Syria.
Obama is stupid enough to position a carrier task force off the coast of Syria within range of the Russian-made anti-ship missiles.
What's Obama going to do if Assad sinks an aircraft carrier?
Geez did you have to mention Putin again? O'bama just pissed his pants. Lily should be sending those depends she knows all about to him. In other circles they are reporting the so called 'children' who were killed were up running around in the same clothes an hour later. It is the Pallywood that Palestine employs.
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<quoted text> McDonald's comes to mind. Burger King? Let's see, Olive Garden just built a new restaurant around here. Waiters and waitresses don't even get minimum wage without tips! You were saying?
Unfair for you to list only successful businesses that pay minimum wage.

How about the Post Office, which pays great wages and loses buckets of money?

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Guess that's why there's over 20,000 pages of regulations - to keep all of this "misleading" information from being so confusing.
Keep following Obama and the rest of the liberal herd right over the cliff. Like buffalo. You'll figure out soon enough you followed the wrong buffalo.
Nice response to being shown what an idiot you were to believe a spammed email.

The worst part is that after seeing these debunked over & over, you are still dumb enough to keep believing them.
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Buddha didn't wear a hoodie and mix up purple drank, doodette.
Check with Bill Belichick!
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Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean (D) on Sunday said Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) "doesn't know anything about healthcare" and questioned his suitability for higher office.
"Ted Cruz may be a very good politician, but he certainly does not know anything about health care," Dean said on CNN's "State of the Union."
The former governor called Cruz's plan for cross-state health insurance purchasing a "terrible idea," saying he wouldn't want Texas' insurance policies affecting Vermont's universal health care.
"So, these are crazy ideas from the far right," Dean said. "He's a slick spokesman and God help us if he ever does get to be anything more than the senator from Texas."
http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/h...
No need for POTUS to be educated in medical care. That's what doctors and hospitals are for.

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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We all best start bracing ourselves for the train wreck that's a-comin'. Too late to jump off now.
But, thankfully, we can go to flea markets to sign up for a seat on this train.
I kid you not.
You can go to flea markets and farmers' markets here. Any where where they figure they can rope in the idiots. I believe it is illegal for an average democrat to sign up another person for a government tax.
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Lane shooting....
I am deeply angry about this because of the callous attitude of the three teenagers,” said Tim Fischer, a former deputy prime minister, in an interview with Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper,“[But] it’s a sign of the proliferation of guns on the ground in the U.S.A. There is a gun for almost every American.”
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/08...
John Howard, who served as prime minister of Australia from 1996 to 2007, is no one’s idea of a lefty. He was one of George W. Bush’s closest allies, enthusiastically backing the Iraq intervention, and took a hard line domestically against increased immigration and union organizing (pdf).
But one of Howard’s other lasting legacies is Australia’s gun control regime, first passed in 1996 in response to a massacre in Tasmania that left 35 dead. The law banned semiautomatic and automatic rifles and shotguns. It also instituted a mandatory buy-back program for newly banned weapons.
On Wednesday, Howard took to the Melbourne daily the Age to call on the United States, in light of the Aurora, Colo., massacre, to follow in Australia’s footsteps.“There are many American traits which we Australians could well emulate to our great benefit,” he concluded.“But when it comes to guns, we have been right to take a radically different path.”
So what have the Australian laws actually done for homicide and suicide rates? Howard cites a study (pdf) by Andrew Leigh of Australian National University and Christine Neill of Wilfrid Laurier University finding that the firearm homicide rate fell by 59 percent, and the firearm suicide rate fell by 65 percent, in the decade after the law was introduced, without a parallel increase in non-firearm homicides and suicides. That provides strong circumstantial evidence for the law’s effectiveness.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/...
so you tell me what the problem is. does that make it obvious enough even for you?
That phag Fisher would be best to start worrying about Australia; its out of control (and like everywhere, their "gun ban" didnt work)....

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-23972...

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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sonicfilter wrote:
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Lane shooting....
I am deeply angry about this because of the callous attitude of the three teenagers,” said Tim Fischer, a former deputy prime minister, in an interview with Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper,“[But] it’s a sign of the proliferation of guns on the ground in the U.S.A. There is a gun for almost every American.”
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/08...
John Howard, who served as prime minister of Australia from 1996 to 2007, is no one’s idea of a lefty. He was one of George W. Bush’s closest allies, enthusiastically backing the Iraq intervention, and took a hard line domestically against increased immigration and union organizing (pdf).
But one of Howard’s other lasting legacies is Australia’s gun control regime, first passed in 1996 in response to a massacre in Tasmania that left 35 dead. The law banned semiautomatic and automatic rifles and shotguns. It also instituted a mandatory buy-back program for newly banned weapons.
On Wednesday, Howard took to the Melbourne daily the Age to call on the United States, in light of the Aurora, Colo., massacre, to follow in Australia’s footsteps.“There are many American traits which we Australians could well emulate to our great benefit,” he concluded.“But when it comes to guns, we have been right to take a radically different path.”
So what have the Australian laws actually done for homicide and suicide rates? Howard cites a study (pdf) by Andrew Leigh of Australian National University and Christine Neill of Wilfrid Laurier University finding that the firearm homicide rate fell by 59 percent, and the firearm suicide rate fell by 65 percent, in the decade after the law was introduced, without a parallel increase in non-firearm homicides and suicides. That provides strong circumstantial evidence for the law’s effectiveness.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/...
so you tell me what the problem is. does that make it obvious enough even for you?
The problem is that the US has ghetto rats and Australia does not.

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<quoted text>they have already started: When executing a search warrant to obtain financial information on a single employee of a healthcare provider, the IRS seized medical records on 10 million Americans. Its agents reportedly threatened to rip servers out of the building if the records were not turned over voluntarily.
TheIRS investigation you mention had nothing to to with the ACA.

Become better informed & I won;t have to keep correcting your lies.

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The IRS will not collect medical records under the ACA.
They will, by nature of the very laws in Obamacare, have access to medical records and personal finances as they alone will decide if we are complying with the new law.

How else could they possibly know if we are obeying and submitting to the new edict from on high?

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