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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OBAMA the GENIUS

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The thread is dead.

Just Fenny playing with his tiny ballllz!

#FLATBOEHNER

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Republican weasel laughing in front of closed fed monuments!

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Republicans: clueless dck holes!

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Oct 2, 2013
 
OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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Tell that to retired veterans who flew to Hawaii to visit dead friends in Pearl Harbor.
IT'S CLOSED!
CANCELED TRIPS, CANCELED HOTELS AND AIRLINES.
tour bus drivers losing jobs
Republican weasels!
#FLATBOEHNER
pictures of republican weasel laughing at closed monuments.
Fenny is a loser!
(Going to England? Yeah right!)
Holy Mackerel, Andy! Is your head on backwards OR WHAT?

Leaders are required to try and find common ground and compromise on important issues affecting all Americans - not just appeasing their base and playing some kind of power play game.

Have Reid and Obama EVER tried to find common ground or compromise on anything related to ObamaCare??

All they have to do is concede to delaying the individual mandate for the common folks like Obama did for corporations for one more year until this thing is ready for prime time.

Is that really so much to ask considering this is already a disaster before it even limped through the first week??
GIVE US A KISS

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Oct 2, 2013
 
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
"Give us a kiss and buy american, I now pronounce you wife and wife. The bride may felch the bride"...
Fenris ministries; 2013
And leave you bereft of your aperitif? Jamais de la vie! You've got first dibs honeypot ... always (as they say at your favorite emporium, wally world).

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Oct 2, 2013
 
Arrogant Obama does not like the way democracy works!!!

His way or the high way.

Republicans bring a knife, he brings a gun.

Play games with the monuments, WWII memorial.

Obama using everything he can to make it painful!!

Kids with cancer on his Liberal news!!!

But the Tea Party is WINNING!!!
O no he didnt

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#994302
Oct 2, 2013
 
Instead. Of. Americans. Being. Americans. After. Elections. We. Support. Politicians. In. Keeling. Us. Divided. While. We. All. Get. Screwed. And. They. Get. More. Donations.

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Oct 2, 2013
 
sonicfilter wrote:
The GOP’s Misinformation Problem in Action

Robert Costa explains why there are so many Republicans in Congress committed to an effort that is certain to fail:

And so many of these members now live in the conservative world of talk radio and tea party conventions and Fox News invitations. And so the conservative strategy of the moment, no matter how unrealistic it might be, catches fire. The members begin to believe they can achieve things in divided government that most objective observers would believe is impossible [bold mine-DL]. Leaders are dealing with these expectations that wouldn’t exist in a normal environment.

Costa’s explanation seems to be the only way to account for Republican behavior that otherwise makes no sense. Picking an extremely unpopular fight that they are sure to lose doesn’t serve the party’s interests, and it doesn’t even seem to serve the longer-term interests of individual members. The trouble is that the Republicans most eager to have this fight may believe that they can prevail somehow, and they seem to be encouraged in this belief because they are relying on the same sources of misinformation that have served them so poorly in the past.

It is as if no one learned anything from the experience of the party-wide delusion that Romney was going to win the election. Some Republicans are making all of the same mistakes that they made when they ignored all of the evidence suggesting that the GOP was likely to lose in 2012. Most of the time, the echo chamber hurts conservatives and Republicans by making them oblivious to inconvenient facts and ideas, but in this case it is leading them to believe in an alternate political reality with its own set of rules. In that alternative reality, a pointless, self-defeating effort becomes a clever political strategy, and obnoxious and politically toxic tactics are treated as normal and appropriate.

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Liberals are idealogs!!!

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#994304
Oct 2, 2013
 
sonicfilter wrote:
The GOP’s Misinformation Problem in Action

Robert Costa explains why there are so many Republicans in Congress committed to an effort that is certain to fail:

And so many of these members now live in the conservative world of talk radio and tea party conventions and Fox News invitations. And so the conservative strategy of the moment, no matter how unrealistic it might be, catches fire. The members begin to believe they can achieve things in divided government that most objective observers would believe is impossible [bold mine-DL]. Leaders are dealing with these expectations that wouldn’t exist in a normal environment.

Costa’s explanation seems to be the only way to account for Republican behavior that otherwise makes no sense. Picking an extremely unpopular fight that they are sure to lose doesn’t serve the party’s interests, and it doesn’t even seem to serve the longer-term interests of individual members. The trouble is that the Republicans most eager to have this fight may believe that they can prevail somehow, and they seem to be encouraged in this belief because they are relying on the same sources of misinformation that have served them so poorly in the past.

It is as if no one learned anything from the experience of the party-wide delusion that Romney was going to win the election. Some Republicans are making all of the same mistakes that they made when they ignored all of the evidence suggesting that the GOP was likely to lose in 2012. Most of the time, the echo chamber hurts conservatives and Republicans by making them oblivious to inconvenient facts and ideas, but in this case it is leading them to believe in an alternate political reality with its own set of rules. In that alternative reality, a pointless, self-defeating effort becomes a clever political strategy, and obnoxious and politically toxic tactics are treated as normal and appropriate.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
85% of the government is still open, idiot!

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The Supreme Court said that states could opt out of expanded Medicaid dumbass the rest of the law is intact and yes it is a mandate. And just who did Obama decide could ignore the law you damned liar?
The elitists who received the coveted waivers from Obama. Aren't they being allowed to ignore the law by not being required to participate?

How would you describe it?

And why would anyone even want a waiver if ObamaCare is so great?

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sonicfilter wrote:
The GOP’s Misinformation Problem in Action

Robert Costa explains why there are so many Republicans in Congress committed to an effort that is certain to fail:

And so many of these members now live in the conservative world of talk radio and tea party conventions and Fox News invitations. And so the conservative strategy of the moment, no matter how unrealistic it might be, catches fire. The members begin to believe they can achieve things in divided government that most objective observers would believe is impossible [bold mine-DL]. Leaders are dealing with these expectations that wouldn’t exist in a normal environment.

Costa’s explanation seems to be the only way to account for Republican behavior that otherwise makes no sense. Picking an extremely unpopular fight that they are sure to lose doesn’t serve the party’s interests, and it doesn’t even seem to serve the longer-term interests of individual members. The trouble is that the Republicans most eager to have this fight may believe that they can prevail somehow, and they seem to be encouraged in this belief because they are relying on the same sources of misinformation that have served them so poorly in the past.

It is as if no one learned anything from the experience of the party-wide delusion that Romney was going to win the election. Some Republicans are making all of the same mistakes that they made when they ignored all of the evidence suggesting that the GOP was likely to lose in 2012. Most of the time, the echo chamber hurts conservatives and Republicans by making them oblivious to inconvenient facts and ideas, but in this case it is leading them to believe in an alternate political reality with its own set of rules. In that alternative reality, a pointless, self-defeating effort becomes a clever political strategy, and obnoxious and politically toxic tactics are treated as normal and appropriate.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
Obama will negotiate with terrorists and Iran but not with Republicans!!!

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sonicfilter wrote:
The GOP’s Misinformation Problem in Action

Robert Costa explains why there are so many Republicans in Congress committed to an effort that is certain to fail:

And so many of these members now live in the conservative world of talk radio and tea party conventions and Fox News invitations. And so the conservative strategy of the moment, no matter how unrealistic it might be, catches fire. The members begin to believe they can achieve things in divided government that most objective observers would believe is impossible [bold mine-DL]. Leaders are dealing with these expectations that wouldn’t exist in a normal environment.

Costa’s explanation seems to be the only way to account for Republican behavior that otherwise makes no sense. Picking an extremely unpopular fight that they are sure to lose doesn’t serve the party’s interests, and it doesn’t even seem to serve the longer-term interests of individual members. The trouble is that the Republicans most eager to have this fight may believe that they can prevail somehow, and they seem to be encouraged in this belief because they are relying on the same sources of misinformation that have served them so poorly in the past.

It is as if no one learned anything from the experience of the party-wide delusion that Romney was going to win the election. Some Republicans are making all of the same mistakes that they made when they ignored all of the evidence suggesting that the GOP was likely to lose in 2012. Most of the time, the echo chamber hurts conservatives and Republicans by making them oblivious to inconvenient facts and ideas, but in this case it is leading them to believe in an alternate political reality with its own set of rules. In that alternative reality, a pointless, self-defeating effort becomes a clever political strategy, and obnoxious and politically toxic tactics are treated as normal and appropriate.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
Hey idiot, did you know that your Congressmen get special subsidy for Obamacare?

A subsidy you idiot do not get?

You idiot have to pay full price, idiot!

If you do not see how idiot you are then you are too idiot to see the difference!
sonicfilter

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John Boehner is Using Veterans As Human Shields in Government Shutdown Fight

With every strategy that he is trying failing, Speaker John Boehner is trying to deflect blame for the government shutdown by using Americas veterans as political human shields.

In a statement, Speaker Boehner argued that President Obama is hurting our vets:...

Speaker Boehner left out a small, but essential fact. The piecemeal funding for veterans that House Republicans are trying to pass is actually 6.6 billion dollars less than what the budget calls for. Last night, Nancy Pelosi called out this scam on the House floor,So, lets not leave our veterans behind by leaving their children, their grandchildren,[and] their families what they need. And just to go into it, this bill is billions of dollars less than what over 420 Members in this House [of Representatives] passed in June.

John Boehner and the House Republicans are hiding behind the legacy of the people who served our country with honor to avoid the political criticism of their government shutdown. The piecemeal votes that House Republicans are holding are a sham. The Republicans arent trying to fund veterans services. Their goal is to make it appear as if President Obama and the Democrats dont care about veterans. If Republicans really cared about veterans they would not take pass a funding bill that takes $6.6 billion away from our heroes.

It is easy to see through what House Republicans are doing here. Like everything else that House Republicans have tried, John Boehners use a vet as a human shield operation is also doomed to fail.

http://www.politicususa.com/2013/10/02/john-b...

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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You are undoubtedly the slowest turd in your jailhouse sewer...
And the largest.

Nuculur is living proof that there is nothing a big enough azzhole can't pass.
Mike

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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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You are undoubtedly the slowest turd in your jailhouse sewer...
Probably some thirty-something who spent 7 years in college on daddy's dime and now thinks he's owed everything.

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Nuculur option wrote:
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I inicluded a link to the Government Publication of the Bill.
You are lame enough to call it a lie?? Because you can't admit you are dead wrong??
Your weak assed excuses don't work.
Prove it's a lie or admit it's the truth. Be a good Catholic.
"nutsucker"
I know you "inicluded", your spelling not mine, but be honest, instead of listing a bill number, tell us what the bill actually said. It is somewhat different than you would lead everyone to believe.
Peace
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John Galt wrote:
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no mandate, just a tax...an uncollectable tax...
It's only a tax if you chose not to purchase health insurance. The "individual mandate is a requirement by law that certain persons purchase or otherwise obtain a good or service." Don't you worry, the IRS ALWAYS figures out a way to collect...even from those who don't file income tax or those who have no refund to attach.
No Surprize

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Nuculur option wrote:
I'm done here.
If it's ghetto, ignorant, and loser, it's liberal, bent over, and punked by obama..

It's the culture...
tell_it_like_it_ IS

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'Take a child to a museum and he/she will take their children to a museum...

Take a child to foodstamp office....'
obama_the_penius

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OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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Tell that to retired veterans who flew to Hawaii to visit dead friends in Pearl Harbor.
IT'S CLOSED!
CANCELED TRIPS, CANCELED HOTELS AND AIRLINES.
tour bus drivers losing jobs
Republican weasels!
#FLATBOEHNER
pictures of republican weasel laughing at closed monuments.
Fenny is a loser!
(Going to England? Yeah right!)
Scared yer teat gonna dry up?
noughat_optician

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Nuculur option wrote:
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Still can't get that location right, I see. Bad day for Waxy.
You're proof that there's no lifeguard in the gene pool!!
Ima mo ron!

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