Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1656073 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"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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Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#974096 Aug 31, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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Congress is not exempt. They voted to take part in the exchanges.
Can you provide a few credible links to prove this?

This is all I could find. Nothing to confirm it.

http://sreaves32.wordpress.com/2013/08/31/wil...
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#974097 Aug 31, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>why?
Because now it is up to the Republicans you moran
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#974098 Aug 31, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>The Republican leadership agrees with Obama's brilliant decision__the crazed rightwing blogs and losers like you disagree.
Good luck with that fool.
Brilliant chess move by the President!

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#974099 Aug 31, 2013
LCNLin wrote:
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GOP plan is a joke
And Obamacare isn't? They can't even get the thing off the ground.

I'll take lowering the costs of health care and common sense solutions any day.
TernceS

Washington, DC

#974100 Aug 31, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Because now it is up to the Republicans you moran
There are enough Senate & House Democrats to vote this down. What are you talking about?
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#974101 Aug 31, 2013
just like everything else....

Republicans already split on how to address Syria vote

While President Barack Obama said on Saturday he would ask Congress to sign off on a strike against the Syrian government, Republican lawmakers had mixed reactions to the plan, with House Homeland Security Committee chair Rep. Peter King (R-NY) accusing Obama of sidestepping his duties as commander-in-chief.

“He should not be passing it on to Congress,” King told WCBS-TV on Saturday.“I should not be waiting until Congress comes back on September 9th.”

But Talking Points Memo reported that House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and other Republican leaders argued just the opposite in a joint statement announcing the House would take the matter up for a vote after coming back from recess.

“Under the Constitution, the responsibility to declare war lies with Congress,” the statement read.“We are glad the president is seeking authorization for any military action in Syria in response to serious, substantive questions being raised.”

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/08/31/republi...
TernceS

Washington, DC

#974102 Aug 31, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Brilliant chess move by the President!
Giving up is a brilliant chess move? How old are you?
Latrine Corp Pat

Beckley, WV

#974103 Aug 31, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Brilliant chess move by the President!
I did not know chess had a move called "duh, I don't know what to do."

Since: Oct 12

Leechburg, PA

#974104 Aug 31, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>Brilliant chess move by the President!
I'll give you that!! Lol

Since: Oct 12

Leechburg, PA

#974105 Aug 31, 2013
TernceS wrote:
<quoted text>Giving up is a brilliant chess move? How old are you?
it doesn't matter the age dumbama one upped us!! I don't like it but!!!!
TernceS

Washington, DC

#974106 Aug 31, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
just like everything else....
Republicans already split on how to address Syria vote
While President Barack Obama said on Saturday he would ask Congress to sign off on a strike against the Syrian government, Republican lawmakers had mixed reactions to the plan, with House Homeland Security Committee chair Rep. Peter King (R-NY) accusing Obama of sidestepping his duties as commander-in-chief.
“He should not be passing it on to Congress,” King told WCBS-TV on Saturday.“I should not be waiting until Congress comes back on September 9th.”
But Talking Points Memo reported that House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and other Republican leaders argued just the opposite in a joint statement announcing the House would take the matter up for a vote after coming back from recess.
“Under the Constitution, the responsibility to declare war lies with Congress,” the statement read.“We are glad the president is seeking authorization for any military action in Syria in response to serious, substantive questions being raised.”
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/08/31/republi...
The U.N. turned Obama down.

The British turned Obama down.

France surrendered already.

Obama is a day late and a dollar short.

It's already over. Everyone but you knows that.

Get off the bus man. Nobody is supporting Obama.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#974107 Aug 31, 2013
TernceS wrote:
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The U.N. turned Obama down.
The British turned Obama down.
France surrendered already.
Obama is a day late and a dollar short.
It's already over. Everyone but you knows that.
Get off the bus man. Nobody is supporting Obama.
Ex-Bush Officials Love Obama’s Unilateralism on Syria

The president is signaling he’s willing to go it alone, and that’s won him some new admirers: the Bush officials who went to war with Iraq absent a second U.N. resolution.

Many former officials from the George W. Bush administration have discovered new respect for Obama’s recent embrace of American unilateralism after the suspected chemical-weapons attack last week in a suburb of Damascus.

“I absolutely congratulate President Obama for finally realizing that our U.N. allies are nothing more than a bunch of dithering, yellow-bellied, Chardonnay-sipping cowards,” said Mark Corallo, the former spokesman for the Justice Department in Bush’s first term.“I further congratulate him for finally growing up and understanding that there are bad people in the world and sometimes they earn, by their evil, the action of a great superpower. So yippee-kai-ay, cowboy.”

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/08...

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#974108 Aug 31, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Because now it is up to the Republicans you moran
Psst, if O'bama has the goods on Assad gassing the 'children, children, children why doesn't he pass on the intelligence to the United Nations and plead his case you 'moran'.
*I see what they say about your drinking problem:)
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#974109 Aug 31, 2013
A big group of foreign policy experts, from across the ideological spectrum, is calling on President Obama to impose "meaningful consequences on the Assad regime" for their use of chemical weapons.

"At a minimum, the United States, along with willing allies and partners, should use standoff weapons and airpower to target the Syrian dictatorship’s military units that were involved in the recent large-scale use of chemical weapons. It should also provide vetted moderate elements of Syria’s armed opposition with the military support required to identify and strike regime units armed with chemical weapons," the experts write.

"Moreover, the United States and other willing nations should consider direct military strikes against the pillars of the Assad regime. The objectives should be not only to ensure that Assad’s chemical weapons no longer threaten America, our allies in the region or the Syrian people, but also to deter or destroy the Assad regime’s airpower and other conventional military means of committing atrocities against civilian non-combatants. At the same time, the United States should accelerate efforts to vet, train, and arm moderate elements of Syria’s armed opposition, with the goal of empowering them to prevail against both the Assad regime and the growing presence of Al Qaeda-affiliated and other extremist rebel factions in the country."

The signatories on the letter addressed to President Obama inlcude Senator Joe Lieberman, Bernard-Henri Levy, Karl Rove, Bill Kristol, Elliott Abrams, Leon Wieseltier, and many others. Right now, 66 experts have signed the letter.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/experts-o...

so you wingnuts go ahead and take shots at those who helped start the Iraq war so we can all finally know how you really feel about Bush's war.

but at least you won't be able to use the excuse anymore that we needed to attack Iraq 'anyway' because he was killing his own people.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#974110 Aug 31, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>Awwwwww.... I'm ignorant of facts?
I'm still waiting for your dow for iraq son.
Have you found it?
Has it made a magical appearance?
Are you finally going to shake the fact you're a liar?
No... No... I guess you love that tag! After all, it's true!
You're the pravaracator.You're gonna wait until hell freezes over and you and Satan get up a hockey team.. But it's ok really, look at what Barack Hussein Obama has done w/o Congressional approval. Oh that's right it's ok if he does it, and without citizenship to boot.. Whata guy... you'll cover his behind like a blanket, he's a Demorat...

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#974111 Aug 31, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Brilliant chess move by the President!
So he played spades while Benghazi was going on and now you insist he is playing chess. What about Golf? is he going to quit playing golf for all the children?

Since: Oct 12

Leechburg, PA

#974113 Aug 31, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
A big group of foreign policy experts, from across the ideological spectrum, is calling on President Obama to impose "meaningful consequences on the Assad regime" for their use of chemical weapons.

"At a minimum, the United States, along with willing allies and partners, should use standoff weapons and airpower to target the Syrian dictatorshipÂ’s military units that were involved in the recent large-scale use of chemical weapons. It should also provide vetted moderate elements of SyriaÂ’s armed opposition with the military support required to identify and strike regime units armed with chemical weapons," the experts write.

"Moreover, the United States and other willing nations should consider direct military strikes against the pillars of the Assad regime. The objectives should be not only to ensure that AssadÂ’s chemical weapons no longer threaten America, our allies in the region or the Syrian people, but also to deter or destroy the Assad regimeÂ’s airpower and other conventional military means of committing atrocities against civilian non-combatants. At the same time, the United States should accelerate efforts to vet, train, and arm moderate elements of SyriaÂ’s armed opposition, with the goal of empowering them to prevail against both the Assad regime and the growing presence of Al Qaeda-affiliated and other extremist rebel factions in the country."

The signatories on the letter addressed to President Obama inlcude Senator Joe Lieberman, Bernard-Henri Levy, Karl Rove, Bill Kristol, Elliott Abrams, Leon Wieseltier, and many others. Right now, 66 experts have signed the letter.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/experts-o...

so you wingnuts go ahead and take shots at those who helped start the Iraq war so we can all finally know how you really feel about Bush's war.

but at least you won't be able to use the excuse anymore that we needed to attack Iraq 'anyway' because he was killing his own people.
There's one difference!! The Russian and they want to play

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#974114 Aug 31, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:

so you wingnuts go ahead and take shots at those who helped start the Iraq war so we can all finally know how you really feel about Bush's war.
but at least you won't be able to use the excuse anymore that we needed to attack Iraq 'anyway' because he was killing his own people.
I would like to start with Clinton and his ordered regime change in Iraq that he made law. I suppose O'bama would be playing checkers with Saddam to get that done--maybe spades. What do you think?

Where is the proof that Asaad is killing his own people with chemical weapons? The videos, that the media, in the United States are using are a hoax. Very bad actors-they actually used some of the same video and photographs from the Moslem Bro Hoodie site in Egypt--you know when the same terrorists said that the Egyptian Military was using chemical weapons on the Morsi Hoodies...same photos same lie. Why didn't O'bama go and save all those children children children in Egypt? they are the same children you know.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#974115 Aug 31, 2013
Abdurratln wrote:
I have to say that I stopped coming to this thread because all I saw here was blind Obama worship. But now, we have proof that he murdered 260000 Somalis and was about to plunge us into World War III. Africans have abandoned that bandwagon come toour collective senses. Obama is another nutcase, worse than Bush and more dangerous than Bush, because he takes the black vote for granted. I think we have contributed to world peace by letting them know that we cannot e so easily taken for granted, especially when it comes to 260,000 Africans dead, most of them babies under the age of 5. There is no excuse for that. And there is no excuse to be on the brink of World War III.
Seems to me it was O'bama and his cronies. After all O'bama has been the biggest supporter of the United Nations, along with his crony liberals. What about all those children? O'bama forgot he killed them? wasn't paying attention-didn't care? but is ready to go to war over a fake video showing children. This is really unbelievable: A Western official briefed on the new report – the most authoritative to date – told AP that it says 260,000 people died, and that half the victims were 5 and under. Two other international officials briefed on the report confirmed that the toll was in the quarter-million range. All three insisted they not be identified because they were not authorized to share the report's contents before it is officially released.

The report is being made public Thursday by FEWSNET, a famine early warning system funded by the U.S. government's aid arm USAID, and by the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit - Somalia, which is funded by the U.S. and Britain.

*I wonder how much money American taxpayers on the hook for with this non-working 'non-early' warning system. USAID has always been a joke. IMO O'bama was funding the terrorists there with our money and not feeding the people who needed it. Same old crap with the muzzie lover name Hussein O'bama.

I also see that O'bama's installed Al Shabaab is tied to O'bama's Egypt mo bro hoodies. http://www.africareview.com/News/Al+Shabaab+u...
Obama Fail

Edmonton, Canada

#974116 Aug 31, 2013
look at Obama in this picture, disgusting

http://68.148.109.3/clq/

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