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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LoisLane59 wrote:
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We elect our leaders to serve us, the people. Obama serves his self-imposed personal vision and blames republicans if they don't share his same vision.
Don't recall too many presidents like this one before. Most presidents reach across the aisle and work with representatives of the people who might not have voted for them.
lol! And you're a teacher?!?!?!?!

wow.
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This is the first president in our history who actually wants to bring this nation down and weaken us on the world stage - almost as payback for past sins - even though blacks have long since taken their place as a crucial part of this nation's fabric.
He really does.
lol! And it's the right wing nuts who are cheering for Russia and Putin!!!!

Seems clear who wants to bring America down and support foreign countries against America son!

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Nuculur option wrote:
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There ya go again.
Arguing about meaningless shit.
Obama won. You lost. All the rest is your bullshit whining.
The State exchanges open in just over a week.
Get over it.
Hard to believe a fellow American would not find their fellow Democrats disgracing two victims' parents of a terrorist attack on the anniversary of 9/11 trying to seek answers shameful.

It really makes me sad that my fellow countrymen are strangers.
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Maybe this radical liberal who is anti-capitalism whose former spiritual mentor preached Black Liberation Theology doesn't know his place. It's not the leader of a nation he clearly does not understand and wants to fundamentally transform into his own image.
bushie boy attacked a sovereign country for no reason.

That's about as fundamentally transforming an image as one can get, short of the nazi "final solution."

You really are overplaying your hand son.
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Three Strikes And You’re, Well, Still Playing The Same Game

Steve Benen notes that Republicans have been completely wrong about the U.S. economy three times in the past two decades — about Clinton, Bush, and Obama — but haven’t changed their doctrine a bit.

http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/09/17/t...
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Nuculur option wrote:
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There ya go again.
Arguing about meaningless shit.
Obama won. You lost. All the rest is your bullshit whining.
The State exchanges open in just over a week.
Get over it.
They let you out again, bimbo carpet-munching convict? The furloughs are getting further and further apart. You must really be screwing the pooch in there (or vice/versa).....

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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! And you're a teacher?!?!?!?!
wow.
Former teacher.

Clinton and Reagan tried to find common ground with their opposition. So did both Bush's.

It's one thing for a president to stand firm and try to convince the opposition to get on board with their vision or agenda. It's quite another thing to ignore the opposition and then blame them.
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We need "chimp control", not gun control. Buy a leash today.....:-)
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Fine, name a single provision of the CFR that you argue is "anti-child".
the entire leftwing agenda encourages illegitimate children and glorifies single mothers and is therefore "anti-child"...

children need two parents, one of each gender...

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i just gave them to you.
are they all sitting in their seats?
They were clearly still present and waiting to take their seats before the hearing. The left side was completely empty.
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Here's the life story of one of the Navy Yard shooting victims. It really says all that needs be said regarding the pressing need to cage negro thugs.....

"Chimp control"

Navy Yard victim’s wife:‘I can’t believe this is happening again’

By Emily Wax-Thibodeaux,September 16, 2013

Above the sofa in Priscilla Daniels’s living room in Southeast Washington there’s a
flower-festooned shrine to her 14-year-old son. He was shot and killed four years ago on a D.C. street.

Now, after the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, Daniels, 46, has to hang another portrait, build another shrine.

This time for her husband. Arthur Daniels, 51, a handyman working for a contractor, happened to be moving and installing furniture in Building 197 on Monday morning. He was shot in an eerily similar way to his teenage son: in the back while running from a gunman.

That morning, Priscilla Daniels kissed her husband of 30 years and teased that they should stay in bed because it was raining.

“Stay home with me,” she told him.“But he said,‘Bills to pay, I gotta go in.’&#8200;”

They were high school sweethearts. She even named all of their four sons after him. They are known around the neighborhood for their different middle initials. There’s Arthur C. and Arthur L. Arthur A. was the teenager who was killed while walking home from the Metro with friends in February 2009. That same night, police said, the assailant robbed a man and stole a man’s car.

The fourth son, Arthur V., got into trouble with the law. He is serving 271/2 years for carjacking an 84-year-old woman while pointing a loaded pistol and demanding the keys to her car, according to D.C. Superior Court records.

“My husband was the man I loved through all the tragedy,” Daniels said, surrounded by family at her home. She wept, grabbing the hand of her daughter-in-law, then hugging her tightly. Then they both cried for what felt like a long time. The only thing for the rest to do was to stare at the floor.

Priscilla Daniels said she slept for only an hour or so Monday night, trying to make sense of the senseless. On Tuesday, she flipped through a pile of photos of Arthur and herself. They loved to go out on the town, shoes shined, hair done and holding each other as though they had just met.

“I can’t believe this is happening again,” Daniels said over and over as she rocked back and forth.

Arthur Daniels was the one who cooked Thanksgiving dinner every year for the entire family, including their five children and nine grandchildren. He spent weekends washing and polishing his white Crown Victoria, which was still at the Navy Yard.

The steady stream of visitors came, as they do when someone dies. They wanted to help, as they always do when they don’t know if they really can. They offered to cook meals, sit with her, answer the telephone.

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<quoted text>As redundant as you are repetitive, Harmy...still cleaning out illegal immigrant housing for a living? You think Karma's been trying to tell Colorado something lately? "Throw the Hydra-headed troll overboard" maybe?
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Buy American or Drop Dead wrote:
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LOL. And I see you apparently live in New York City. Enjoy buying every drop of water you consume in the very near future all thanks to Bush, Cheney and your friends at Halliburton. And if you or your love ones drop dead as a result of exposure to the poisoned water, too bad for you b/c Bush/Cheney's 2005 Energy Policy Act states the oil & gas companies are immune to suit. LOL.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-11-30/new-...
The NYC water supply is surface water, not groundwater.

Besides, fracking does not contaminate water supplies when conducted properly.

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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>Isn't it amazing how these loan companies thought people could afford them?
Just like the realtors did?
And the developers kept jacking up the prices?
Isn't it amazing, son?
It's still a bit scary. The best thing about renting is never having to fix anything or worry about unexpected costly repairs.

But rent is going up and it seemed the best time with interest rates low to take the plunge. And we bought the house at fair market value.

Hard to know how things will change in another year or two.

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John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>the entire leftwing agenda encourages illegitimate children and glorifies single mothers and is therefore "anti-child"...

children need two parents, one of each gender...
Didn't Sarah Palin's kid get "knocked up" and is currently an unwed mother? Nice example from the "darling" of the right wing. But can't blame the kid, obviously Sarah is a crappy parent

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<quoted text>The NYC water supply is surface water, not groundwater.

Besides, fracking does not contaminate water supplies when conducted properly.
LOL. Where did you get your degree in geology? In a box of Cracker Jack . Educate yourself. Check a movie called
"Gasland". An if you think it's safe, Call Halliburton, they'll be more than happy to put a well in your backyard.

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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>bushie boy attacked a sovereign country for no reason.
That's about as fundamentally transforming an image as one can get, short of the nazi "final solution."
You really are overplaying your hand son.
The UN believed the same thing about this "sovereign nation" as Bush, Bill Clinton and every single democrat once did. 40 countries stood behind Bush believing the same thing. France and Germany were the only two dissenting countries who were in bed with this "sovereign nation".

Only liberals and democratic weasels who flip-flopped for political gain didn't believe it.

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richardIII wrote:
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all muslims aren't terrorists, but all of todays terrorists are indeed muslims. I'll guess you're a muslim, Doorknob.
Gee, I didn't know James Charles Kopp was a Muslim
or that Tim McVeigh was Muslim either
was Scott Roeder a Muslim too

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Do want a vivid example regarding the effects of long term exposure to polluted air & water created by oil and gas drilling, I introduce the guy from Louisiana.

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John Galt wrote:
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The NYC water supply is surface water, not groundwater.
Besides, fracking does not contaminate water supplies when conducted properly.
and we all know the Petroleum/Gas industry always takes the high road and does everything possible to protect the environment....

just ask the people whose taps produce flaming jets of water

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