Barack Obama, our next President

"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 ... Full Story
sonicfilter

Noblesville, IN

#982905 Sep 14, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Maddow should wear a bag over his head when on TV.
she should act like the bimbos on FOX who have to act like they didn't go to college?
Yeah

Mililani, HI

#982906 Sep 14, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
any idea when you folks who voted for Bush are going to own up to that debacle?
'But, but, Obama!'
so weak.
Well, I guess 911 never happened according to cons.

Oh wait... they blamed Clinton for that one.

Wow.... it's amazing how 'pure' cons view themselves when they're in mental retreat!
sonicfilter

Noblesville, IN

#982907 Sep 14, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>AND.....
they're fighting amongst themselves in the House!
the RINOs against the CINOs. finest kind.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#982908 Sep 14, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
Not federal government, but the more rational state government.
more accurately, the people, by electing legislators who were willing to stand up to abusive, predatory labor unions..
TSM

El Paso, TX

#982909 Sep 14, 2013
Lavrov plays Kerry/Obama like a Violin, No military strikes, Assad stays, the process for Assad to turn over his Chemical Weapon set up by Putin/Russia not a bad day for Putin!!
Yeah

Mililani, HI

#982910 Sep 14, 2013
GOP must navigate growing divide with tea party
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Sep 14, 4:38 AM (ET)

By BILL BARROW

FLETCHER, N.C.(AP)- Tea party activists, once unquestioned as a benefit to the Republican Party for supplying it with votes and energy, are now criticizing GOP leaders at seemingly every turn.

They're demanding that Congress use upcoming budget votes to deny money for implementing President Barack Obama's 2010 health care law, even amid warnings that the strategy could lead to a government shutdown. They're upset that Republicans didn't block a Senate-passed immigration bill. And many are outspoken opponents of any U.S. involvement in Syria's civil war.

A recent Pew Research Center survey found that more than 7 in 10 self-identified "tea party Republicans" disapprove of the job performance of GOP congressional leaders. Many of the major tea party groups are backing 2014 primary challengers against Republicans the activists deem too moderate, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky conservative who once declared it his job to make Obama a one-term president.

That leaves some Republicans quietly worried that an intraparty tussle could yield a repeat of 2012, when conservative candidates lost winnable Senate races and GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney struggled through the primary and general election campaigns to win over conservatives while still appealing to moderate swing voters.

The health care debate puts the GOP in its tightest spot, with the wary Republicans recalling the 1995-96 shutdowns under President Bill Clinton, who persuaded many voters to blame Republicans and House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a Georgia Republican, for that budget impasse.

McConnell, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and other GOP congressional leaders endorse the idea to "defund Obamacare," but some of them have also tried to convince their core supporters that it won't happen: Democrats still run the Senate, and Obama won't gut his signature domestic achievement. If Congress doesn't agree on appropriations at all, then many core government functions, including some military operations and the processing of Medicare claims and Social Security applications, would stop....
Whatever

Gering, NE

#982911 Sep 14, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
any idea when you folks who voted for Bush are going to own up to that debacle?
'But, but, Obama!'
so weak.
Bush didn't support the Muslim Brotherhood!
Whatever

Gering, NE

#982912 Sep 14, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>You should exercise your right to change the channel instead of demanding others change for you son.
Tell Sonic
Whatever

Gering, NE

#982913 Sep 14, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
more accurately, the people, by electing legislators who were willing to stand up to abusive, predatory labor unions..
Very true!!
Whatever

Gering, NE

#982914 Sep 14, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Maddow should wear a bag over his head when on TV.
Maddow has a lot of nerve complaining about others having a man crush-Obama is her boyfriend.
Yeah

Mililani, HI

#982915 Sep 14, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
Now you are getting it. Obama was supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
He now is arming a branch of them in Syria.
I'm sure you believe you have a point.

Let me know when it pops in

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#982916 Sep 14, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Bad schools cannot be fixed when bad teachers cannot be fired.
Props.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#982917 Sep 14, 2013
Yeah wrote:
GOP must navigate growing divide with tea party
Email this Story
Sep 14, 4:38 AM (ET)
By BILL BARROW
FLETCHER, N.C.(AP)- Tea party activists, once unquestioned as a benefit to the Republican Party for supplying it with votes and energy, are now criticizing GOP leaders at seemingly every turn.
They're demanding that Congress use upcoming budget votes to deny money for implementing President Barack Obama's 2010 health care law, even amid warnings that the strategy could lead to a government shutdown. They're upset that Republicans didn't block a Senate-passed immigration bill. And many are outspoken opponents of any U.S. involvement in Syria's civil war.
A recent Pew Research Center survey found that more than 7 in 10 self-identified "tea party Republicans" disapprove of the job performance of GOP congressional leaders. Many of the major tea party groups are backing 2014 primary challengers against Republicans the activists deem too moderate, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky conservative who once declared it his job to make Obama a one-term president.
That leaves some Republicans quietly worried that an intraparty tussle could yield a repeat of 2012, when conservative candidates lost winnable Senate races and GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney struggled through the primary and general election campaigns to win over conservatives while still appealing to moderate swing voters.
The health care debate puts the GOP in its tightest spot, with the wary Republicans recalling the 1995-96 shutdowns under President Bill Clinton, who persuaded many voters to blame Republicans and House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a Georgia Republican, for that budget impasse.
McConnell, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and other GOP congressional leaders endorse the idea to "defund Obamacare," but some of them have also tried to convince their core supporters that it won't happen: Democrats still run the Senate, and Obama won't gut his signature domestic achievement. If Congress doesn't agree on appropriations at all, then many core government functions, including some military operations and the processing of Medicare claims and Social Security applications, would stop....
You need to stop worrying about the Reps and start worrying about the Dems who are facing major problems of their own.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#982918 Sep 14, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
the RINOs against the CINOs. finest kind.
Unlike Dems who threaten their members into compliance. Lock-stepping is such a better form of government?
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#982919 Sep 14, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
You had better lay off the moonshine. It's rotting your brian.
You better get a clue.

Tyranny and THUGGARY is ancient, DARK age, vile bullCHIT.

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/09/14...

Bless the DIPLOMACY hearts of COMMON sense and DEMOCRACY.

What a nice thing to be able to tell the WORLD, on Yom Kippur as well.
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#982920 Sep 14, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! poor baby. so deaf....
so blind...
so ruled by his party!
Good thing for Kerry, Biden et al.

The kids and clowns on the hill were obviously WAY in over their little dispresepctful, punkish, snarky comment emmitting, clueless acting pea brains.

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The United States and Russia struck a deal Saturday under which Syria will allow its stockpile of chemical weapons to be removed or destroyed by next year — easing a crisis over a threatened American military attack.

Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, announced the deal after a third day of talks in Geneva.

“This framework provides the opportunity for the elimination of Syrian chemical weapons in a transparent, expeditious, and verifiable manner, which could end the threat these weapons pose not only to the Syrian people but to the region and the world,” President Barack Obama said in a statement issued by the White House after the deal.“The international community expects the Assad regime to live up to its public commitments.”

Under the deal, Syria must provide a full catalog of its chemical arsenal within a week and allow United Nations inspectors to start working no later than November. The plan envisions the elimination of Syrian chemical weapons by mid-2014.

“There can be no games,” Kerry said.“No room for avoidance or anything less than full compliance.”

If Syria fails to comply, it will be referred to the U.N. Security Council, Kerry said....

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As it SHOULD BE, in the REAL world of ADULTS in leadership postions.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#982921 Sep 14, 2013
You don't know the history of the Muslim Brotherhood. It's the Nazi Party - Egypt Branch
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#982922 Sep 14, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>The U.N. is rotten to the core.
That's what the likes of al qaeda, Hezbollah,Hamaz ad other dark age THUG radical extremists, unable to even elect representation CIVILLY to partake in CIVILLY run Democracies, deserve.

ark age, inhumane Thugs deserve nothing more.
Yeah

Mililani, HI

#982923 Sep 14, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
You need to stop worrying about the Reps and start worrying about the Dems who are facing major problems of their own.
I'm not worried about the dems son.

But keep your perception another 14 months.
TSM

El Paso, TX

#982924 Sep 14, 2013
DeMint explains American exceptionalism to Vladimir Putin he should invite Obama/Liberals!!

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