Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1263877 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"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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Since: Sep 10

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#1001246 Oct 11, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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If massive numbers of Republicans move to the Libertarian Party, they will take over the party and make it adhere to its platform.
2.4 Government Finance and Spending
All persons are entitled to keep the fruits of their labor. We call for the repeal of the income tax, the abolishment of the Internal Revenue Service and all federal programs and services not required under the U.S. Constitution. We oppose any legal requirements forcing employers to serve as tax collectors. Government should not incur debt, which burdens future generations without their consent. We support the passage of a "Balanced Budget Amendment" to the U.S. Constitution, provided that the budget is balanced exclusively by cutting expenditures, and not by raising taxes.
Yes, and if bullshit were currency, you'd be fabulously wealthy.

Other than in your imagination,it ain't gonna happen, Nobraina.

Funny how you no longer conflate Tenzing and myself anymore.

Even stupid people like you wake up later or even later yet.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1001247 Oct 11, 2013
2.9 Health Care

We favor restoring and reviving a free market health care system. We recognize the freedom of individuals to determine the level of health insurance they want (if any), the level of health care they want, the care providers they want, the medicines and treatments they will use and all other aspects of their medical care, including end-of-life decisions. People should be free to purchase health insurance across state lines.

Since: Sep 08

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#1001248 Oct 11, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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Perhaps you are unaware that all of your references have been discredited over and over again.
Please try to keep up with what goes on in the world.
Now, what I asked is for someone to supply the text from the bill that proves this wrong.
Where is that text? That's what will debunk these posts, dumbass.
Show us the text from ObamaKare that proves these statements wrong.
I could provide text to debunk everyone of your stupid claims..read the bill and you will recognize yourself as the "dumbass".

Since: Sep 10

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#1001249 Oct 11, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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The Dems are one point from matching their all time low.
No it isn't working. People will still hate Obamacare.
That maximum pain is causing embarrassment to their party.
Ah, the talking vagina again. Spewing mucous. It stinks!!

Here's a dose of reality for you, Miss Vagina.

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""Establishment GOPers assail tea party on shutdown
Republican establishment gripes about House tea party lawmakers over budget impasse

""DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-- From county chairmen to national party luminaries, veteran Republicans across the country are accusing tea party lawmakers of staining the GOP with their refusal to bend in the budget impasse in Washington.
The Republican establishment also is signaling a willingness to strike back at the tea party in next fall's elections.
"It's time for someone to act like a grown-up in this process," former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu argues, faulting Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and tea party Republicans in the House as much as President Barack Obama for taking an uncompromising stance.
Former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour is just as pointed, saying this about the tea party-fueled refusal to support spending measures that include money for Obama's health care law: "It never had a chance."
The anger emanating from Republicans like Sununu and Barbour comes just three years after the GOP embraced the insurgent political group and rode its wave of new energy to return to power in the House.
Now, they're lashing out with polls showing Republicans bearing most of the blame for the federal shutdown, which entered its 11th day Friday. In some places, they're laying the groundwork to take action against the tea party in the 2014 congressional elections.
Iowa Republicans are recruiting a pro-business Republican to challenge six-term conservative Rep. Steve King, a leader in the push to defund the health care law. Disgruntled Republicans are further ahead in Michigan, where second-term, tea party-backed Rep. Justin Amash is facing a Republican primary challenger who is more in line with — and being encouraged by — the party establishment. And business interest groups, long aligned with the Republican Party, also are threatening to recruit and fund strong challengers to tea party House members.""

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sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#1001250 Oct 11, 2013
sign of the times....

The conservative activist group credited with building the tea party has turned into a nearly broke wingnut welfare slush fund, according to former staffers.

Sources told BuzzFeed that FreedomWorks was forced to take out a $1 million line of credit to keep extra cash on hand earlier this year.

The nonprofit organization raised more than $40 million last year but has taken in as little as $3 million so far this year, the site reported Friday, and staffers are reportedly fleeing the group as morale plummets.

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/10/11/report-...
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#1001251 Oct 11, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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No, it was actually Homer. He was being all hooray about how Democrats cared about women's issues-which the only difference on the issues between the parties concerns lady parts.
But I can see you are into angry trolling-so carry on.
Actually -

sonicfilter wrote:
<spam>! hands over my ears i can't hear you, blah blah blah blah blah.......
there seems to be some correlation between some of you folks and female sex organs.

To which I jested -

Rightwingers do not see to care much for the female sex organs except to control them, they do however seem to be completely fascinated with the penis.

Just an observation.

Homer 2016 - "I call it as I see it!"

And then you went off on your Vaginal tangent*.

As for Homer going all Hooray on the Dems that is total bullshit.

* You've probably heard that expression here first folks
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#1001252 Oct 11, 2013
John Galt wrote:
NEW HAVEN, Conn.(WTNH)-- In the midst of major changes in health care, UnitedHealthCare has sent thousands of pink slips to Connecticut doctors.
Termination letters went to physicians caring for Medicare patients. Those letters were sent out to doctors caring for 'Medicare Advantage' patients. It's a plan, marketed to Seniors to provide additional services through UnitedHealthCare.
A mix of primary care and specialty doctors are affected by it. And it comes at a questionable time.
Open enrollment for Medicare starts next Tuesday, and it's still not clear at this time as to which doctors are still in the United network.
United HC supplements are favored by doctors and hospitals in my region.

Speaking of hospitals, in Lake County Florida the non profit Hospitals have been the recipients of a county tax levied against citizens to pay for the uninsured the hospitals treat. Since it's inception the tax has generated well over $100 million for the non-profits. In 2016 the citizens will vote on whether or not to renew the tax or eliminate it.
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#1001253 Oct 11, 2013
Gov shutdown over money...

MY money....your money...

unless you don't pay taxes...

where does our money go?

It goes to College!

that just so happen to employ law makers!!!!!

"The review also found 16 lawmakers who sent tax dollars to companies, colleges or community programs where their spouses, children or parents work as salaried employees or serve on boards."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/...

Do forks qualify for PELL grants?
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#1001254 Oct 11, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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The TEA Party will continually be opposed by RINOs because the RINOs don't want to cede the power of controlling the party. They will always be opposed by Democrats because they are capitalist constitutionalists and not Marxist communists.
The confrontations will continue until the RINOs finally join the party they actually belong to.
lol! the t-pers are just a bunch of party hijacking terrorists.

So much for their self proclaimed independence and freedom when they want to TAKE it from others.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1001255 Oct 11, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
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"I know what I am posting." BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Really?? Like your stupidity in saying the Heritage Foundation is Libertarian??
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""How the Heritage Foundation, a Conservative Think Tank, Promoted the Individual Mandate""
""ROMNEY: Actually, Newt, we got the idea of an individual mandate from you.
GINGRICH: That’s not true. You got it from the Heritage Foundation.
ROMNEY: Yes, we got it from you, and you got it from the Heritage Foundation and from you.
GINGRICH: Wait a second. What you just said is not true. You did not get that from me. You got it from the Heritage Foundation.
ROMNEY: And you never supported them?
GINGRICH: I agree with them, but I’m just saying, what you said to this audience just now plain wasn’t true.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/theapothecary/201...
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All you did is prove that a talking vagina doesn't know how to fact check, instead you spew stinky mucous.
And you're so lame, you get caught in your ignorance.
It's the Cato Institute that is Libertarian, Miss Vagina.
How simplistic of you. Heritage has been drifting to a more Libertarian viewpoint. Personalities change and think tanks change over time nothing is embedded in cement.

If you have any doubt that Heritage is anti-Obamacare take a look at their page (link for Yeah who doesn't know how to Google-http://www.heritage.org /)

Living in the past does not help when supporting urban myths as still true today.

Keep up being a misogynist-it is so you.
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#1001256 Oct 11, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
The Tea Party Is Damaging Its Credibility in the Way It Can Least Afford
A faction that faces doubts about its ability to govern responsibly has foolishly associated itself with default and government shutdown.
Stupid, stupid, stupid!
http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2...
and you are making injuns look bad...

Since: Sep 08

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#1001257 Oct 11, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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What isn't being said is, those truckers are paying out of their own pockets for the fuel to deadhead to Washington to register their protest, as opposed to the subsidized occupy and civil rights and muslim protests.
Now, just who would you give more credence to, someone paying for their own protest, or someone who is being paid to protest?
It will be a non-event.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1001258 Oct 11, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
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How long have you been on Medicaid??
Do they cover therapy for imagining ghosts are talking to you in your TV?? Or are you too batshyt crazy for that??
So, I'm assuming you found that post and discovered your an idiot, right?

Since: Dec 10

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#1001259 Oct 11, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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The only thing that's dysfunctional is Obama and Reid demanding complete ownership of this law because they think it belongs to them and because their plan is for a single-payer system down the road and their dogged determination to discredit Republicans no matter how many people are made to suffer in the process.
And, of course, liberal socialists such as yourself who are more than willing to hand Obama and Reid the control they so desire on a silver platter using the strong arm of a biased and dysfunctional IRS.
Republicans are divided temporarily on how best to save the country from Reid and Obama - and you.
A 28% approval rating is pretty durned dysfunctional, especially compared to the Ds 43%. An all time high 60% express the need for a third party.

None of your blaming of D leaders is going to make that turd sandwich taste any better.

http://www.gallup.com/poll/165317/republican-...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1001260 Oct 11, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
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Tell us about your Cadillac Medicaid plan!!
Have the ghosts in your Tv given you any new info today??
You seem unusually quiet.
I'd say the ghosts in your TV thing is getting the best of you!!
Are the ghosts all communists, like you??
Did you find that post you threatened to show everyone here and discover you're an idiot?

And, you forgot to answer the post again. Here it is for your convenient reference:

Obama is just a figurehead. He doesn't do anything. For Obama to do anything wrong, he actually has to do something. However, because those who are actually making the decisions use Obama's image and name, let's just blame it on Obama, ok?
Let's talk about Obama's "recovery". There are 5 times as many part time jobs being created as full time jobs.
Now, let's talk about available jobs. There are more than 30 million illegal aliens here doing the work Obama is paying other people to not do. If you can't find a job, take one of those jobs. go in there and tell them you're an American and you have a right to that job, and the Constitution and federal law will back you up. Now, all you have to do is get a president that will enforce the law.
Perhaps you need to look beyond your own neighborhood for a job. How about going to some state like, oh, say, Texas and get a job. It's booming there.
The job situation is doing nothing but getting worse under Obama. Each day the opportunities to do what I suggest become fewer. They're still there, though. Just go out there and find them. Buy a copy of the Houston chronicle and look through the classifieds if you can't think of anything else to do. Get on the internet and look for a job.
I'll tell you how to find a job.
Get up every moning early and start looking. Stop at every place of business or where you see work being done and ask. Show them you are the type of person who wants to work for a living. Take the first job offered. Show up for work every day on time, and do what you're paid to do when you're at work.
You can't do this for one hour on one day. You have to do this until you get a job. That's how you get a job if you can't get one any other way.
Wake up before sunrise. Get an early start. Hunt until you find something. You may be faced with the situation where nobody's going to bring something to you, you will have to go find it yourself.
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#1001261 Oct 11, 2013
Gov shutdown...

no money for cancer treatment...

why?

where did the Trillions go?

It went here...
to...
Fix roads that go by a Congressman's family members homes.
$900,000

http://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/...

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#1001262 Oct 11, 2013
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>They were saying SS would be gone when I was growing up back in the 70's, of course all those people that were saying it are now collecting it today. SS is not going anywhere. Well unless we keep blowing money on useless wars like the Iraq War.
Sure Homer: In calendar year 2010, for the first time since the enactment of the Social Security Amendments of 1983, annual outlays for the program exceeded annual revenues excluding interest credited to the trust funds. CBO projects that the gap will continue: Over the next five years, outlays will be about 5 percent greater than such revenues. However, as more members of the baby-boom generation (that is, people born between 1946 and 1964) enter retirement, outlays will increase relative to the size of the economy, whereas tax revenues will remain at an almost constant share of the economy. As a result, the shortfall will begin to grow around 2017.

CBO projects that the DI trust fund will be exhausted in 2017 and that the OASI trust fund will be exhausted in 2040. Once a trust fund's balance has fallen to zero and current revenues are insufficient to cover the benefits that are specified in law, the corresponding program will be unable to pay full benefits without changes in law. The DI trust fund came close to exhaustion in 1994, but that outcome was prevented by legislation that redirected revenues from the OASI trust fund to the DI trust fund. In part because of that experience, it is a common analytical convention to consider the DI and OASI trust funds as combined. CBO projects that, if legislation to shift resources from the OASI trust fund to the DI trust fund was enacted, the combined OASDI trust funds would be exhausted in 2038.
Laney F

New York, NY

#1001263 Oct 11, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
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give it a try, you lying sack of feces.
All you've got is stupid commie crap and 57 states, which you've used for years now.
Go for it, or admit you're a fraud.
Speaking of fraud:

Obama: "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your current health insurance plan you can keep it.”

Without these two presidential pledges, Obama Care would have stood no chance. By and large, people were happy with their doctors and with their insurance plans. They would not have given up something that is working for the vague promises of Obama Care.

Obama delivered his Obama Care pledges via You Tube, weekly radio addresses, press conferences, and speeches at universities and colleges and to physicians groups, labor unions, and insurance providers.

Obama’s army of cheerleaders included Hollywood stars, Golden Globe winners, Big Labor, the NFL, the American Association of Retired People, favored insurance giants, and party pundits. Among these was House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, whose website still promises:“Keep your doctor, and your current plan, if you like them.” I suggest she update.

Both promises turned out to be false, unless he was talking about his own family's healthcare and repeating what he said to Moochelle.
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

United States

#1001264 Oct 11, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
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i'm 59, bad hips, knee, foot, shoulder. still playing basketball.
you figure it out.
Already did....:-)

You hit 40, and suddenly the body recuperation goes South immediately.....
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1001265 Oct 11, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Perhaps Whatever should watch the Vagina Monologues so she can overcome her distaste of talking about her vagina!! It's hilarious.
I'm always fascinated by this false puritianism that is displayed by many Americans; as if sex is a bad thing, our bodies are bad.
Do they want to pretend that penises and vaginas don't exist? No wonder they're all into sick stuff.
LOL, Lib troll issue of the day is My Vagina.

I live in USA's head and lily's and Nuc's sexual hang-ups.

lily, not wanting abortions past 20 weeks is not a sexual issue. It is a question about the viability of the baby.

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