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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That's a republican fallacy. White House Director of Legislative Affairs Rob Nabors White House Director of Legislative Affairs presented the sequester concept to Republicans on July 25, 2011...six days AFTER House Republicans passed a bill to limit government spending — known as the “Cut, Cap, and Balance Act”— that “had as its fallback a sequester if the objectives of that bill were not reached.”
If Republicans had not been holding America hostage, there would have been no sequester.
FACT:“We (Democrats) obviously would have been OK with just the $900 billion in cuts, and some kind of an agreement to seek more. But because Republicans demanded dollar-for-dollar, we were forced to find a way to get from $900 billion to $2 trillion. It is really ridiculous for them to try to wriggle out now. If they had not insisted on dollar-for-dollar or had been open to revenues, the sequester would not exist.”
It's time to get rid of the radical obstructionist Tea Party. Period. THEY ARE to blame.
http://www.nationaljournal.com/congress/who-b...
Well, somebody should have sent your post to Jay Carney before he said in a press briefing that the sequester came from the White House then.
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Karma is a_______ wrote:
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The key to GOP congressional success was to cluster the Democratic vote into a handful of districts, while spreading out the Republican vote elsewhere. In Pennsylvania, for example, Republicans won nine of their 13 House seats with less than 60% of the vote, while Democrats carried three of their five with more than 75%.
One of the latter was the Philadelphia–based 2nd District, where 356,386 votes for Congress were tallied. Not only was it the highest number of ballots cast in any district in the state, but Democratic Rep. Chaka Fattah won 318,176 of the votes. It was the largest number received by any House candidate in the country in 2012, Democrat or Republican. If some of these Democratic votes had been “unclustered” and distributed to other districts nearby, the party might have won a couple more seats in the Philadelphia area alone.
Taking your example, this occurs because the DemoKKKrat vote is highly centralized in urban ghettos. Do you propose to sprinkle Fattah's ghetto dwellers in districts throughout the state?

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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>As a foreign object you would have to take the oath you stated to become a citizen. Are you practicing? I was born a citizen and will never take the Naturalization Oath that you tout-Sick old fool!
http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuit...
It is no longer a naturalization oath. Obviously, you didn't notice I removed the words, "of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen" since it doesn't apply to those born here. By your refusal to pledge your unwavering allegiance to the United States of America, you are no better than a homegrown terrorist. You can't be trusted.
WOW

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Why are the new partners the NAACP AND THE KKK not showing our government how to work things out if the Naacp and the KLAN can meet and shake hands why cant the government are African Americans about to get their own homeland is that what this is all about,Also the American Nazi Party and the Nation of Islam also met years ago and shook hands why cant the government do the same

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Karma is a_______ wrote:
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You are defending Anwar al-Awlaki, man that is way out there.

as far as I'm concerned
I'm not "defending" Anwar al-Awlaki, I'm defending the Constitution.

I expect a trial for ANY U.S. citizen.

Your concern is irrelevant.

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John Galt wrote:
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What cost?
The increased interest rate we must pay on our debt alone is astronomical.
John Galt

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Collection of the Penalty for Failure to Maintain Minimum Coverage
"Section 5000A(g)(2) of the IRC limits the means the IRS may employ to collect the penalty established in the section. First, the taxpayer is protected from either criminal prosecution or penalty for failure to pay the penalty. Second, the IRS is prohibited from either filing a NFTL or levying any property in an effort to
collect the penalty. There is no prohibition, however, on establishing a statutory lien against the taxpayer’s property under § 6321. No additional limits are placed on the IRS using correspondence or phone calls, either through its own employees or through private collection agencies, in an effort to collect the amount owed.
Additionally, no restriction was placed on the IRS’s ability to use the refund offset as a means of collecting the amount due. Those who are required to pay the penalty for failure to maintain minimum coverage but choose not to do so will be subject to increases in the amount owed due to interest and late payment penalties imposed on the penalty after it has been assessed by the IRS. The IRS may impose interest on tax, including penalties, under § 6601(a),(e)(2), and it may impose penalties under § 6651(a)(3).
A taxpayer who chooses not to pay the required penalty may ultimately forfeit more than the amount of the penalty if that taxpayer is ever in the position of having an overpayment to the IRS for any reason, since the refund offset applies not only to overpayments shown on original tax returns, but also to any
subsequent adjustments, for example an audit by the IRS that results in an overpayment. Further, it is possible that the IRS could present its claim when property is being sold and collect both the original penalty amount along with accrued interest and applicable penalties."
http://www.coburn.senate.gov/public/index.cfm...
Only an Obamabot would lack the intelligence to avoid having a refund that could be confiscated, so this provision is obviously racist.
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on polling public opinion...

“If you just set out to be liked, you will be prepared to compromise on anything at anytime, and would achieve nothing.”

M Thatcher...
No Surprize

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It is no longer a naturalization oath. Obviously, you didn't notice I removed the words, "of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen" since it doesn't apply to those born here. By your refusal to pledge your unwavering allegiance to the United States of America, you are no better than a homegrown terrorist. You can't be trusted.
homegrown terrorist?? LOL.. A miserable old man, Hairy Reid ring leader... his war on children and veterans...

It's the culture..
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dude, can I have some of that sh!t you're smoking? It must be some real good weed for you to make such a stupid statement
http://www.kab.org/site/PageServer...
http://ournationalparks.us/index.php/site/sto...
urban ghetto parks may be different due to the clientele...
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Wrong again moron, it wasn't the ACA that put Congress into the exchanges, it was an amendment by Chuck Grassley Republican of Iowa. Congress was always in compliance with the law by providing members and staff with health insurance.
You're an idiot Galt!
the Grassley Amendment is part of ObamaKKKare...a part that the King wants to change unilaterally...

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And yet..........
Q: who's to blame for government shutdown? A: the Republican party
Congress could still avert shutdown by passing a budget bill that doesn't defund Obamacare. But GOP intransigence is in the way.
Guess we just have this silly aversion to bowing down before the King and being forced to kiss his ring and then his ass.

Something I know you wouldn't understand.

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What is hilarious is your stupidity. Not a brain in your head.
This from the same person who posted 'republicans don't care about kids with cancer.'
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Remember what the some preachers and rabbi did during world war 2 they worked with the nazi party SHARPTON when did this fraud sharpton a mafia bagman and snitch become a first class citizen everything stinks to HI Heaven in this time and age up is down right is left black is white when ever reggie love leaves the whitehouse after a visit with obama obama is always standing using the telephone
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Black Woman Shot Dead In White House To Capitol Chase Thought President Obama Was Stalking Her, Details Emerge
stalking?

Alex Jones fan?
John Galt

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The increased interest rate we must pay on our debt alone is astronomical.
Artificially low interest rates are crippling the economy and masking the true cost of government.
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urban ghetto parks may be different due to the clientele...
If it's ghetto, ignorant, moocher, and idiot, it's free cheese, loser, and liberal..

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rolferossphotogr...

It's the culture...
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Well, somebody should have sent your post to Jay Carney before he said in a press briefing that the sequester came from the White House then.
Lookey jus'like doze used caw salesmen peddling they speshull jalopy deals of duh week...driven by some "lil old lady from Pasedena, CA to church on Sundays"--on the East Coast--and back.
lol.
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What The Senate and WH won't tell you...

Article dated 2 Oct 2013 from the Stars and Stripes

'Federal agencies continued annual spending sprees right up to shutdown'

" ...Department of Veterans Affairs bought $562,000 worth of artwork."

"In a single day, the Agriculture Department spent $144,000 on toner cartridges"

"And, in a single purchase, the Coast Guard spent $178,000 on "Cubicle Furniture Rehab."

Look what they do when they run out of 'important' things to spend it on:

"... In 2010, for instance, the Internal Revenue Service had millions left over in an account to hire new personnel. The money would expire at year's end. Its solution was not a smart one.

The IRS spent the money on a lavish conference. Which included a "Star Trek" parody video starring IRS managers. Which was filmed on a "Star Trek" set that the IRS paid to build.(Sample dialogue: "We've received a distress call from the planet NoTax.")"

http://www.stripes.com/news/us/federal-agenci...
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> So, in three years everything with the post office will be okay. That's good to know.
Without PAEA would never have been in any financial difficulties to begin with dumbass.
You're an idiot!

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