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

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#1000146 Oct 10, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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and "A spontaneous demonstration against a video...."
and "There are no Al Qaeda soldiers in Syria"
and "I killed bin Laden"
and "I went to Columbia"
and "I am a constitutional lawyer"
and "I am not a communist"
and "I was born in Hawaii"
and on, and on, and on....
When was the last time anyone heard anything even resembling the truth come out of Obama's mouth?
Why does Baghdad Bob have more credibility in the world than Jay Carney?
"DBWriter"
Kind of amazing, the liberals on this thread scream out the praises of our boy president nobama but can point to little he has accomplished? A few cite nobamakare, but a solid majority of American's do not support or want the fiasco. Well he did plan and lead the mission that got bin laden. He did "win" a Nobel peace prize. He does know how to use math, he;
- Divides the country
- He subtracts jobs
- He adds debt
- He multiplies misery
He enjoys golf, he keeps his courses open, but he saves money by making war memorials off limits to our veterans, but at the same time finds money to open said memorials to illegal aliens.
Also amazing they speak of only his leadership in getting bin laden, they ignore his other "accomplishments".
Peace
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1000147 Oct 10, 2013
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>It's Iowa for fck sake, loaded with backwood hillbillies, I'd call that a rousing success.
Half these Tea Baggers still wear cowboy hats like they're going to a masquerade party every day.
"Hillbillies" are Appalachian-Americans...
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

United States

#1000149 Oct 10, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
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Fetch, "Whatever", Fetch. One of your own has overstepped your rules on "social discourse"!!!
STFU Aunt Jemimah, or I'll tie your apron strings to your shoelaces so you end up fat face down in the pancake batter (with your big floppy lipsntitties flappin in the breeze).....:-)
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#1000150 Oct 10, 2013
dem wrote:
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I'm working on my speech.
Lol
dem is humping Realtimes you liar,..
OBAMA the GENIUS

Pittsboro, NC

#1000151 Oct 10, 2013
dem wrote:
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I bet you collect your Medicare tea bag azz hole.
ONE MILLIONTH POST!

1000000

And fairy galt mother was the target!

Nice!
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#1000152 Oct 10, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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Ok, fraud. Do you ever open your mouth and not lie?
How about you dial 1-800-FUCKYOU and get back with us and tell us who answered.
We'll compare your results with everyone else's here.
It was a big joke around the office this morning. Everyone dialed it. They didn't believe it at first, then they dialed it.
Tell us who answers when you dial 1-800-FUCKYOU
You do know your answers have to match everyone else's here, don't you?
We all dialed it to verify it, moron.
I would never dial that number and neither would anyone looking for information on the new healthcare law or to sign up. You are dialing the wrong number dummy.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1000153 Oct 10, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
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You are not going to get "World class" care on a daily basis but if you want to see a "world class" specialist, they will arrange it and they won't balk.
FACT: "Kaiser Permenente is the only health plan in California to earn a 4-Star rating - the highest possible - for overall quality of care in the annual Healthcare Quality Report Card from the California Office of the Patient Advocate."
sure, government loves Socialist operations...
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#1000155 Oct 10, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Zero interest rates are what will delay your retirement, when you can't generate any income from your 401(k)...
DemoKKKrat economic policies are killing retirees...
All I know is tea baggers and republicans are trying to tank the economy and kill my 401K (again). I put my hard earned money into it which is matched by my company.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1000156 Oct 10, 2013
dem wrote:
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Hey Leo, how ya been?
This thread was moving so fast I didn't see this till my lil beitch Eman commented on it.
I'm on my iPhone I don't see their judge its.
I miss the old crew.
Janet, the debil, curly, have all been AWOL.
I had a very busy summer but ill be working from my home office for awhile this month.
Bad news for the tea bag domestic terrorists
:-)
Did grey ghost die of brain cancer again?
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#1000157 Oct 10, 2013
Big bloated Government in charge of healthcare

CBS news called it "nothing short of a disaster"...
http://weaselzippers.us/2013/10/09/cbs-news-o...

Local action is better...

"Fallin announced this year that the state would develop an Oklahoma Plan to expand access to health care and improve health outcomes"
http://kgou.org/post/oklahoma-panelists-field...

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1000159 Oct 10, 2013
Democrats were able to pass a major and far-reaching health care law with every single Republican and the majority against it with a strict partisan vote in 2009.

But they lost the House in 2010 for a reason and now they have to deal with negotiating with Republicans and giving something in return.

For them to even think otherwise proves their incompetence and arrogance as leaders and elected officials.

Since: Nov 11

Westerville, OH

#1000160 Oct 10, 2013
Obama 37% approval and the media is quiet about it!

Not like when Bush, they did 24 hour specials on that!!!

See? Democrats are brain dead hypocrites!
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#1000161 Oct 10, 2013
Eman wrote:
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the independent homer would have seen the humor in that. I guess its true, once homer goes black he never goes back.
Not much humor in but I get it. Of course DBWrighter actually thinks 800fuckyou is the real number, he's been dialing it all morning. But then we all know what a fck'n moron he is. Maybe you can explain it to him.
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

United States

#1000162 Oct 10, 2013
dem wrote:
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Can you tell emaam is angry that I kicked his bully buddy fenny's azz off the thread?
You kicked WHO'S azz off the thread, fat phag? You are gay fantasizing again (common occurrence). I just took my hounds for an enjoyable walk in the National forest. Beautiful AZ nature w/o a single leftist phag in sight. I don't have all day to beat you down into the dirt again though; fun things to do today.

Before I leave let me reiterate again what is going to happen here, phag:

1)The debt ceiling will NOT be increased, and we will shut down more of the fed (and you freeloaders will have to grovel for cheese).

2)Depending upon how he reacts, we MAY remove odumbo the chimp from office in disgrace. His hypocrisy/fraud in voting AGAINST raising the debt ceiling as a Senator has now come back to haunt him.

3)The midterm elections will see almost ALL incumbent hacks in both parties expelled, and replaced by fiscally-conservative, Constitutional Libertarians.

4)Every day the fed is shut down, more and more people realize it is an unnecessary waste. Your imaginary 401(k) WILL take a massive hit, but hopefully you will die penniless, and future generations will thank us.

5)You will continue absorbing MASSIVE amounts of sperm (enough to choke an elephant), loving every drop.

No need to take any questions at this time. Read it, learn it, LIVE IT......:-)
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1000163 Oct 10, 2013
How can we tax people for not buying a product from a website that doesn’t work?

Delay the individual mandate you a year.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1000164 Oct 10, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
Republicans Were Never Going to “Win” the Shutdown
It’s obvious, but it is worth saying once again: there never could have been a “big win” for Republicans under the circumstances, and it is doubtful that they could have “won” the current standoff in any way. Too many on the right believe false promises of unlikely or impossible political victory, and the false expectation prompts them to make futile stands that end up worsening their already weak position. While it’s true that the administration and Congressional Democrats are also taking damage the longer the shutdown continues, Republicans cannot prevail in a “war” of attrition like this, because they started in the weaker position and have much less goodwill to squander than the other side.
This is one reason why comparisons with the 1995-96 shutdown experience are potentially so misleading when thinking about the current one: the Republican Party as a whole was much more well-liked in the mid-’90s than it has been in the last seven years, and so was less likely to suffer serious political damage from clashes with the president. As much as GOP unfavorability has increased recently, it has been very high since it rose above 50% during Bush’s second term. It is almost five years since Bush left office, and the party was only just barely stating to recover from the loss of public trust and favor that it experienced during his tenure. The last two weeks have quickly undone that halting recovery. The Bush legacy continues to be a drag on the party’s prospects, and that reminds people of what can happen when Republicans run the government. Because of that, the current GOP has a much higher bar to clear to prove that it deserves to regain the public’s trust, and it puts them in a significantly weaker position in almost any confrontation with the administration than Republicans in the ’90s were. If Republicans didn’t win “big” back then, it is folly to expect that they could now.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
What government shut down?
I don't see any government shut down.
Since there is no government shut down, how about we get back to the important issues the public's attention was diverted from.

Why is the United States training Al Qaeda terrorists in a US training facility in Jordan?

Why did Obama stumble into a trap a blind person could see in Syria?

Why did the entire world give Obama a vote of no confidence?

Why is the NSA spying on normal Americans and not spying on muslim terrorists here?

Why is the IRS targeting opponents to the Democrats?

Why did Obama lie for two weeks covering up the Al Qaeda attack in Benghazi?

How's that investigation of Eric Holder running guns for Mexican drug cartels going?

Why does our president gets bitchslapped like a jailhous fag every time he meets with Putin?

Why won't Obama admit he's a muslim and a communist?

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1000166 Oct 10, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Obama can pay the debt without an increase in the debt ceiling...the choice to default is entirely on his shoulders...
Exactly.
Anyone who reads the Constitution will understand that.
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#1000168 Oct 10, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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"Hillbillies" are Appalachian-Americans...
So now we are using Webster's dictionary?

I prefer the Urban Dictionary and trust me PA is loaded with them -

Often used as an insult and racial slur against White folks who live in the country. A hillbilly is a person who lives in a remote, rural area in the South, often in the Appalachian (Or sometimes Ozark) Mountains and therefore is isolated and somewhat out of touch with modern culture.

The stereotype of a hillbilly is a person who: Is a White Southerner who owns a shotgun, goes barefoot, wears a worn out floppy hat, drinks moonshine and whiskey which he makes himself, plays the banjo or fiddle, drives old beat up pick up trucks, has bad teeth, is poorly educated, has long a beard, wears worn out clothes and hand me downs, and is happy and content with what they have.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1000171 Oct 10, 2013
dem wrote:
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You, eman, fenny should make a train and march to Washington
After initially responding to you, I rarely read your posts.

When I do, you still sound like a 10 year old trying to be bully.
NJ raider 1

Paterson, NJ

#1000173 Oct 10, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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The U.S. education system works very well in most of the country.
However, it is a disaster in most major cities, where unions grab everything for themselves and have disdain for the students, most of whom have no interest in education.
Again, You play the blame game instead of mentioning the single fact that, inner city school systems receive less money from the education department while, their cities are usually among states that pays more money to the gov't. You people live in welfare states but, love to point the finger. Unions have nothing to do with anything. That's just another scapegoat that y'all use as ammo for the same of argument! Without unions, businessowners would hire people, not properly train them. When that leads to injury or death, they wouldn't be held responsible for improperly preparing their employees to perform efficiently in such a work place, therefore putting the responsibilities back in the hands of the workers.

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