Barack Obama, our next President

Full story: Hampton Roads Daily Press

"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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tell_it_like_it_ is

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<quoted text>lol! You should the tea-p nuts that... teat suckers!
Cut everyone else...
.... just don't cut mine!
Talk about a selfish group!
Dummy....
Zebra's don't hunt lions....

Winners and losers in all branches of the animal kingdom...

Are you a lion or zebra?
John Galt

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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>I want their names. Do you know who walked out?
The following House Committee Members walked out:

• Carolyn Maloney
• Danny Davis
• Eleanor Holmes Norton
• Gerald E. Connolly
• Jim Cooper
• John Tierney
• Mark Pocan
• Matt Cartwright
• Michelle Lujan Grisham
• Peter Welch
• Stephen Lynch
• Steven Horsford
• Tammy Duckworth
• Tony Cardenas
• William Lacy Clay
John Galt

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frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text> Here's 'Mr. Republican of the Senate' John McCain on the insanity of republicans who think that they're going to defund Obamacare. McCain: To Think We Can Repeal Obamacare 'Is Not Rational'(VIDEO) http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/mccain-...
McCain is the leader of a pack of two, himself and his buddy Nancyboy.

Really sad to see a fine man stay too long and make a fool of himself.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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John Galt wrote:
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The following House Committee Members walked out:
• Carolyn Maloney
• Danny Davis
• Eleanor Holmes Norton
• Gerald E. Connolly
• Jim Cooper
• John Tierney
• Mark Pocan
• Matt Cartwright
• Michelle Lujan Grisham
• Peter Welch
• Stephen Lynch
• Steven Horsford
• Tammy Duckworth
• Tony Cardenas
• William Lacy Clay
Cold, Callous Pigs playing cheap theatrics.
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<quoted text>Uh...no... you might cut yourself with the paper and try to sew the wound with the pencil.
bad idea son!
Paper and pencil is for recording mans ideal's, dreams...hopes...fears....hist ory.....

To distort is to lie....

You are the village idiot..
No place in history for you...
Waxman

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Conservative groups wage grassroots fight before ObamaCare launch

Mentally ill Democrata freak.
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tell_it_like_it_is wrote:
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JG,
He's a Liberal...
No concept outside the Gov sphere of influence...
I.e..social security is a retirement plan.....
Galt realizes that elderly draft-dodging Commie drunks like Realtime are not educable, but keeps on trying.

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<quoted text>So.. what part of this doesn't cost American taxpayers son???
Must be the con way of doing math.
"poop"
Your stoopidity comes to the fore front one more time. No surprize. Congress for the most part specialize in pissing monies away. No way a dime of tax payer money should have been invested in government motors. Just like the green industry, if they can not survive and profit by their own efforts let them fade into the sunset.
Liberal loons like you son, do math like president nobama. He says he wants the debt limit to be raised by a trillion dollars and when he pisses that away it will not increase the deficit.
Peace
KMA
John Galt

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You are wasting your time with the likes of him, they wouldn't know what a good policy was even if they tripped over it. The posters in here from the Tea bagger side of politics only know how to complain, that is the limit of their critical thinking. Just say NO to everything and the country runs itself.
Pretty much...the least government is the best government...particularly with f*ck-ups like Obama in charge.
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In a day marked by the clash between House Republicans and Sen. Ted Cruz over defunding Obamacare, Rep. Pete King (R-NY) had another message for the Texas senator: Mind your own business.
"We as House Republicans should stop letting Ted Cruz set our agenda for us," King said on CNN. "He should stay in the Senate, keep quiet. If he can deliver on this, fine. If he can't, he should keep quiet from now on and we shouldn't listen to him."
King's remarks reflected a widely held sentiment among House Republicans about how Cruz and others have pressured the lower chamber to pass a government spending bill that defunds Obamacare. King told CNN that that strategy was still destined to fail.
"I would just say if anything good comes from all of this, when Ted Cruz and Rand Paul or Mike Lee fail in the Senate next week, maybe finally we Republicans will have ended their influence," King said.
Elsewhere, a House GOP aide told National Review Online that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi "is more well-liked" than Cruz.
http://www.talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/pet...
King is a New York RINO and a McCain warhawk, of no interest.

This clown wants to be the RINO candidate in 2016.
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John Galt wrote:
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McCain is the leader of a pack of two, himself and his buddy Nancyboy.
Really sad to see a fine man stay too long and make a fool of himself.
I agree. McCain is a baboon. A complete idiot. The only one in politics worse than McCain, are Obama or any Democrat such as Stump Leg Hillary. Morons/Commie Dolts love these people.
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Where'd you go Ghost? Moron's have place in this world. Where do you fit in, mooch?
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Dodgers clinch!

Brooklyn in the World Series!
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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you-thank you I will call all of them tomorrow. Duckworth of all people--what a disgrace she is to the uniform. She ran on getting her legs blown off in Iraq and she won because of it.
...and yet that piece-o-shit has no problem with abandoning men in the field of combat...a true disgrace to the uniform
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Schmuckie Schumer off and running...knows Hillary is brain dead...

http://politicker.com/2013/09/chuck-schumer-s...
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<quoted text>Yeah, but...violent video games as increasingly popular all over the world. Japan, India, and China, I believe, have already surpassed US in sales, so why does it seem that only in America (with a few exceptions like the Norway shooter) do we keep having these "crazies" committing mass murder for no discernible reasons?
That's an excellent question worth pondering. I was at Target today, they had a display of the new game that was picked clean. I was sickened.
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Galt realizes that elderly draft-dodging Commie drunks like Realtime are not educable, but keeps on trying.
On a positive note:
They cannot live forever...
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Even more reason why that much money screws up this century's lottery winners' lives.
That story had nothing to do with the lottery. It was a homeless man who found a backpack with cash and travelers checks and turned it in to the police. The owner was so touched that she started a gofundit for him and people donated 98,000 to help him. It was phenomenal. But you sickening hateful people on here can't even imagine helping your fellow man. You should all be ashamed of yourselves. It's disgusting.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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That's an excellent question worth pondering. I was at Target today, they had a display of the new game that was picked clean. I was sickened.
Please tell us why you think Target is good and Walmart is bad, given that the only difference between the two is size.
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It’s almost 6 p.m. on a Friday and the tables near the bar at The Hamilton in downtown Washington are getting crowded. That means waitress Victoria Honard is busy.

Honard, 22, who graduated from Syracuse University in May, works about 25 hours a week at the restaurant while looking for a job related to public policy. She moved to Washington four days after graduation with the hope of finding a position at a think tank or policy-related organization, she said, and has applied to about 20 prospective employers.

“The response has been minimal,” said Honard, whose degree focused on education, health and human services.“There are two ways of looking at it. I could be extremely frustrated and be bitter, or I can make the most of it, and I’m trying to take the latter approach.”

Unemployment data appear to reflect big advances for women. The jobless rate in August for females 20 years and older was 6.3 percent, the lowest since December 2008, compared with 7.1 percent for men. As recently as January, the rate was 7.3 percent for both genders, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The downside is that the gains have been largely in lower-paying industries such as waitresses, in-home health care, food preparation and housekeeping. About 60 percent of the increase in employment for women from 2009 to 2012 was in jobs that pay less than $10.10 an hour, compared with 20 percent for men, according to a study by the National Women’s Law Center using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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