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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Bernard Forand

Lehigh Acres, FL

#1002585 Oct 13, 2013
Buroc Millhouse Obama wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey dummy. You feel the need to reply twice to his post?
Why are you a socialist and a defender of corruption?
Now republicans are no longer taken at their word. Too much deceit and propaganda to answerer for. Gallup poll has reached new record lows for approval and disproval ratings for the republican party. Both of you do yourselves a favor and put down that Tea addiction and seek the Almighty Truth to forgive you of your trespasses. Remember?
White House:….
“In the early hours of September 15, 2008, five years ago last Sunday, Lehman Brothers announced it would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Lehman was a giant of the financial system -- the fourth-largest investment bank in the US, a firm that employed thousands of brokers and analysts, with billions in assets that were suddenly worthless -- and its collapse sent shock waves through the global economy.
Suddenly, it was obvious that the next president of the United States would inherit a staggering economic crisis. But the challenge that President Obama was forced to confront didn't just begin in 2008. Even before Lehman Brothers, middle-class security had been slowly eroding for decades as jobs became obsolete or were shipped overseas.
So as we mark this anniversary, we've asked senior staff from across the Obama administration to sit down and talk about the moment when key decisions were made -- the factors they weighed, the results of the actions that President Obama took. What we've put together is a behind-the-scenes look of the decision-making process that you won't find anywhere else.
Check out the story of America's recovery, then share it with your friends.
By the end of 2008, the economy was shrinking by an annual rate of more than 8 percent, our businesses were shedding 800,000 jobs a month, and credit was frozen for families and small businesses. We were in the midst of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. On the day that I first began working in the White House in 2009, the auto industry was on the brink of collapse and the President was wrestling with how to help the millions of families in thousands of communities who would have been devastated if the motor companies died.
That's the lens through which President Obama saw his responsibilities, and it's a consistent theme in all the stories we've collected. Every decision he made was meant to stop the economy from spiraling out of control, put people back to work, and reverse the trends that had buffeted middle class for decades. The task was nothing short of monumental -- to clear away the rubble of the crisis and lay down a new foundation for sustained economic growth in the United States.
There's no diminishing the severity of the challenge we've overcome together, and we’ve got a lot more work to do to rebuild an economy where everyone who works hard has a chance to get ahead. But five years after Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, we want to help everyone get the context and see the full picture.
Take a minute to learn more about where we are five years after the start of the financial crisis:
http://www.whitehouse.gov/five-years-later

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#1002586 Oct 13, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>A Letter to President Obama
Jim DeMint October 10, 2013 at 6:30 am
Dear Mr. President:
As the temporary slowdown in government operations enters its second week, I write to explain why conservatives have insisted on making the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act the prime source of contention. Speaking for our organization, I can tell you we’re in this fight because of the harm the law is inflicting on Americans across the country.
We are fighting for people like Michael Cerpok, a leukemia patient in Arizona, who recently learned he will lose his current health insurance due to this misguided law. He notes that “my $4,500 out-of-pocket [expense] is going to turn into a minimum of $26,000 out-of-pocket to see the doctor that I’ve been seeing the last seven years,” and he worries that he and his wife might need to take second jobs to stay afloat.
We are fighting for people like California resident Tom Waschura, who voted for you twice, yet was shocked by the higher premium bill he recently received in the mail. Tom’s insurance rates will go up by almost $10,000 for him and his family. He fears that these higher premiums will harm his family, and jobs in his area:“When you take $10,000 out of my family’s pocket each year, that’s otherwise disposable income or retirement savings that will not be going into our local economy.”
We are fighting for people like Rod Coons and Florence Peace, a retired Indiana couple satisfied with their current coverage.“I’d prefer to stay with our current plan because it meets our needs,” says Rod. But their plan isn’t government-approved under Obamacare’s new rules, so Rod and Florence are losing their health insurance plan at the end of this year.
You have claimed that Obamacare has nothing to do with the budget. But over the next decade, this widely unpopular program will add nearly $1.8 trillion in new federal spending—and will cost taxpayers trillions more beyond that, making it nearly impossible to balance the federal budget. What’s more, for millions of struggling Americans, the law will crush their family budgets due to fewer work hours, lost jobs, and higher premiums. With the economy still mired in a scattered and sluggish recovery, these people deserve relief from Obamacare—and they deserve it now.
Your Administration has already granted numerous waivers and exemptions during the three years since the law was passed. Millions of union members received temporary waivers from the law’s costly benefit requirements. Big businesses have received a one-year delay from the onerous employer mandate—a delay your Health and Human Services Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, struggled to defend in an interview earlier this week. And Members of Congress have obtained special treatment for themselves and their staffs—illegally—that allows them to continue to receive taxpayer-funded insurance subsidies.
At a time when so many Americans are suffering because of the rollout of this new law, I remain puzzled by your failure to acknowledge the faults caused by this unfair, unworkable, and unpopular measure. We believe the law should be fully repealed, but at minimum, both sides should agree not to fund the law for one year—a “time-out” that would halt the law’s most harmful effects before they start.
Even though Democrats have thus far refused to negotiate on anything related to the current government slowdown, millions of citizens need relief from this law. I encourage you and your Administration to work with Congress on ways to stop Obamacare from harming the American people and the American economy.
All the best,
Jim DeMint
Demint has always been a moron.

The Democrats already voted to fund the government using the Republican number.

My insurance carrier raised my small business premium rates 340% over 4 years. Long before Obama became President. Where were you dumbasses then?
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#1002587 Oct 13, 2013
OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
<quoted text>
I live in America.
You live in gibberish.
Christian billionaires with names like families for prosperity.......conservative Republicans tea party idiots:
"Let's cut food stamps! Deny poor kids food"
And give us filthy rich a tax cut.
So: kill a kid and get money?
Ohhhhhhhhhh Jesus will have fun with them!
Burning in hell for eternity.
HYPOCRITES! <----- Hey! That's you!
America America
OBAMACARE
OBAMACARE
It kicked your azzzzzz so hard!
The people just love their new Blue Cross co-pay cards.
Insurance on ACA exchanges: Blue Cross!
Wow! Great outfit!
OK boehners byytches, you lost.....you lose again soon.
America America .......Blue Cross cards you can get!
You live in some lalaland of psycho ,delusional nutcases that can't comprehend anything beyond a third grade gimme, gimme, gimme, save us po' fweeriding slackerTics- oh gweat broke-back givverment uncle sam.

ANYTHING on the GIVVERMENT exchange-is STILL GIVVERMENT insurance-reliant on OTHER peoples earned dollars-no matter how you WISH you could spin it elsewise.

Idiot.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1002588 Oct 13, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
The IRS is not managing your healthcare.
Baucus did not call Obamacare a "train wreck". He was referring to the effort to educate the public. There were some corrections & Baucus said he was then satisfied.
You people are dumber that sh*t.
You people are scared to death people will like Obamacare & when & if the Republicans get back in power, public pinion will prevent them from changing it then.
The Republicans were perfectly willing to slow our recovery for political gain. If they really thought Obamacare would fail, they would let it go through & use the failure to win elections in the future.
You dumbasses know it.
.
Here's the entire quote of Baucus to Sebelius on how HHS was possibly able to educate patients and providers about a new law that was "deeply confusing":

"A lot of people have no idea about all of this. People just don't know a lot about it, and the Kaiser poll pointed that out. I understand you've hired a contractor. I'm just worried that that's gonna be money down the drain because contractors like to make money...I just tell ya, I just see a huge train wreck coming down."

So what if that's what he was talking about? They proved they can't even get the damn thing off the ground last week.

Shouldn't that be enough to tell you what's coming next?

Or do you need it spelled out for you?

"UPS and FedEx are doing just fine. It's the Post Office that's always having problems."
~Barack Obama
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1002589 Oct 13, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
<quoted text>
Now republicans are no longer taken at their word. Too much deceit and propaganda to answerer for. Gallup poll has reached new record lows for approval and disproval ratings for the republican party. Both of you do yourselves a favor and put down that Tea addiction and seek the Almighty Truth to forgive you of your trespasses. Remember?
White House:….
“In the early hours of September 15, 2008, five years ago last Sunday, Lehman Brothers announced it would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Lehman was a giant of the financial system -- the fourth-largest investment bank in the US, a firm that employed thousands of brokers and analysts, with billions in assets that were suddenly worthless -- and its collapse sent shock waves through the global economy.
Suddenly, it was obvious that the next president of the United States would inherit a staggering economic crisis. But the challenge that President Obama was forced to confront didn't just begin in 2008. Even before Lehman Brothers, middle-class security had been slowly eroding for decades as jobs became obsolete or were shipped overseas.
So as we mark this anniversary, we've asked senior staff from across the Obama administration to sit down and talk about the moment when key decisions were made -- the factors they weighed, the results of the actions that President Obama took. What we've put together is a behind-the-scenes look of the decision-making process that you won't find anywhere else.
Check out the story of America's recovery, then share it with your friends.
By the end of 2008, the economy was shrinking by an annual rate of more than 8 percent, our businesses were shedding 800,000 jobs a month, and credit was frozen for families and small businesses. We were in the midst of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. On the day that I first began working in the White House in 2009, the auto industry was on the brink of collapse and the President was wrestling with how to help the millions of families in thousands of communities who would have been devastated if the motor companies died.
That's the lens through which President Obama saw his responsibilities, and it's a consistent theme in all the stories we've collected. Every decision he made was meant to stop the economy from spiraling out of control, put people back to work, and reverse the trends that had buffeted middle class for decades. The task was nothing short of monumental -- to clear away the rubble of the crisis and lay down a new foundation for sustained economic growth in the United States.
There's no diminishing the severity of the challenge we've overcome together, and we’ve got a lot more work to do to rebuild an economy where everyone who works hard has a chance to get ahead. But five years after Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, we want to help everyone get the context and see the full picture.
Take a minute to learn more about where we are five years after the start of the financial crisis:
http://www.whitehouse.gov/five-years-later
WH site? Really? So we are free to use any site we choose from now on?

Dems are at an all time low too.

There is no love for anyone in Washington D.C.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1002590 Oct 13, 2013
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
And where would we be today without both of them....Talk about poverty if you pugs had your way...If Obama had just a little help from the right we would be able to correct a lot of the messes you made.
We're where we are today because the majority of the budget is spent on these two entitlement programs with no end in sight.

If only the government could manage itself - much less us.
Bernard Forand

Lehigh Acres, FL

#1002591 Oct 13, 2013
Republicans job is to siphon wealth to the elite. Democrat’s job is to level the playing field by distributing the wealth from any abuses of extremeness in financial distribution. Observe the chart provided and you decide if Buffet was correct when he said,“Yes we are in a class warfare and we are winning”
http://neweconomy.net/content/wealth-inequali... video chart USA wealth Distributions.
Presently a movie has been put together that is making the rounds of the movie theaters.“Inequality For All” A whimsical explanation by renown economist on the growing disparity within our USA that the average mom and pop laborers are paying for. Including YOU !
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#1002592 Oct 13, 2013
Edit: And back in the days-BEFORE before the plagues of entitlementalcase of libuhrulTicism, and where I come from-givverment DEPENDENCY sure was NEVER anything to be tooting ANY kind of glorious horn about.

But that was back when people still had some WORK ethic, AND some actual integrity(!) attributed to being at least somewhat SELF reliant---rather than just being in herd pack hordes of lifelong, fweeriding parasites.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1002593 Oct 13, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's the entire quote of Baucus to Sebelius on how HHS was possibly able to educate patients and providers about a new law that was "deeply confusing":
"A lot of people have no idea about all of this. People just don't know a lot about it, and the Kaiser poll pointed that out. I understand you've hired a contractor. I'm just worried that that's gonna be money down the drain because contractors like to make money...I just tell ya, I just see a huge train wreck coming down."
So what if that's what he was talking about? They proved they can't even get the damn thing off the ground last week.
Shouldn't that be enough to tell you what's coming next?
Or do you need it spelled out for you?
"UPS and FedEx are doing just fine. It's the Post Office that's always having problems."
~Barack Obama
The admin cannot blame a contractor totally for this debacle.

"One highly unusual decision, reached early in the project, proved critical: the Medicare and Medicaid agency assumed the role of project quarterback, responsible for making sure each separately designed database and piece of software worked with the others, instead of assigning that task to a lead contractor.

Some people intimately involved in the project seriously doubted that the agency had the in-house capability to handle such a mammoth technical task of software engineering while simultaneously supervising 55 contractors. An internal government progress report in September 2011 identified a lack of employees “to manage the multiple activities and contractors happening concurrently” as a “major risk” to the whole project.

While some branches of the military have large software engineering departments capable of acting as the so-called system integrator, often on medium-size weapons projects, the rest of the federal government typically does not, said Stan Soloway, the president and chief executive of the Professional Services Council, which represents 350 government contractors. CGI officials have publicly said that while their company created the system’s overall software framework, the Medicare and Medicaid agency was responsible for integrating and testing all the combined components. "

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/13/us/politics...

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#1002594 Oct 13, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
"State-run marketplaces will not have to verify consumers' claims that they do not receive health insurance from their employer. As Sandhya Somashekhar and I reported Friday, the health law relies partially on the federal government knowing who receives employer-sponsored insurance and who does not. Anyone who receives an affordable offer of health insurance from their employer (less than 9.5 percent of their income) does not qualify for a federal tax credit."
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/...
Yep. That's what I said but thanks for providing a link for those, like Galt, who are confused.
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#1002595 Oct 13, 2013
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
Sure lowlife lockstepper, polls are such a waste of time in bagger world. None of the veterans that I know feel that way...And i'm betting I know a hundred times more than your miserable azz does. You and your fellow baggers are whining and crying the blues once again...I love it and so do most real Americans.Stepped in it again huh nutcase?
What'd'ya think about the kids on the hill taking so long to pull their heads outa their megalomaniac azzez to get the recent fallen PATRIOTS their rightful dues?

Loser slackerTics. Shameful.

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#1002596 Oct 13, 2013
votefromtheroof wrote:
<quoted text> exactly like slavery and segregation did under the democrats. so it must be a good law. right dumf*ck ??
The Civil Rights Act was passed in Congress to f*cking moron. It was not rider to an appropriation bill.

You people are dumber than sh*t.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1002597 Oct 13, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
<quoted text>
Now republicans are no longer taken at their word. Too much deceit and propaganda to answerer for. Gallup poll has reached new record lows for approval and disproval ratings for the republican party. Both of you do yourselves a favor and put down that Tea addiction and seek the Almighty Truth to forgive you of your trespasses. Remember?
White House:….
“In the early hours of September 15, 2008, five years ago last Sunday, Lehman Brothers announced it would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Lehman was a giant of the financial system -- the fourth-largest investment bank in the US, a firm that employed thousands of brokers and analysts, with billions in assets that were suddenly worthless -- and its collapse sent shock waves through the global economy.
Suddenly, it was obvious that the next president of the United States would inherit a staggering economic crisis. But the challenge that President Obama was forced to confront didn't just begin in 2008. Even before Lehman Brothers, middle-class security had been slowly eroding for decades as jobs became obsolete or were shipped overseas.
So as we mark this anniversary, we've asked senior staff from across the Obama administration to sit down and talk about the moment when key decisions were made -- the factors they weighed, the results of the actions that President Obama took. What we've put together is a behind-the-scenes look of the decision-making process that you won't find anywhere else.
Check out the story of America's recovery, then share it with your friends.
By the end of 2008, the economy was shrinking by an annual rate of more than 8 percent, our businesses were shedding 800,000 jobs a month, and credit was frozen for families and small businesses. We were in the midst of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. On the day that I first began working in the White House in 2009, the auto industry was on the brink of collapse and the President was wrestling with how to help the millions of families in thousands of communities who would have been devastated if the motor companies died.
That's the lens through which President Obama saw his responsibilities, and it's a consistent theme in all the stories we've collected. Every decision he made was meant to stop the economy from spiraling out of control, put people back to work, and reverse the trends that had buffeted middle class for decades. The task was nothing short of monumental -- to clear away the rubble of the crisis and lay down a new foundation for sustained economic growth in the United States.
There's no diminishing the severity of the challenge we've overcome together, and we’ve got a lot more work to do to rebuild an economy where everyone who works hard has a chance to get ahead. But five years after Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, we want to help everyone get the context and see the full picture.
Take a minute to learn more about where we are five years after the start of the financial crisis:
http://www.whitehouse.gov/five-years-later
Hey, Bernie,'splain this:

"UPS and FedEx are doing just fine. It's the Post Office that's always having problems."

If you don't think Obama is clinging to Wall Street as much as past Republicans, you're cuckoo.

"President Barack Obama has received more money from Wall Street than any other politician over the past 20 years, including former President George W. Bush.

"In 2008, Wall Street’s largesse accounted for 20 percent of Obama’s total take, according to Reuters."

http://dailycaller.com/2011/10/10/obama-attac...

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/07/22/usa...
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#1002598 Oct 13, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
When a poll came out this week showing that the government shutdown was putting Republican Mike Coffman in danger of losing his Colorado congressional seat, the lawmaker responded with the serenity of martyrs through the ages.
“Whatever the consequences of doing what’s right,” he told a Denver TV station,“I’m willing to take those consequences.”
It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that I go to than I have ever known.
Skeptics warned from the start that it was a suicide mission for Republicans to shut down the federal government in a long-shot attempt to defund Obamacare. Now that such dire predictions have come to pass, the lawmakers who engineered the shutdown are getting the conflagration — and the martyrdom — they sought.
Call it the Cruzifiction of the GOP.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/dana-m...
winning by losing. losing your Congressional seat that is.
Fire 'em all!
Start at the top (cause that's where the WASTEFUL buck is SUPPOSED to stop) and then ask the second in command about the rest!

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#1002599 Oct 13, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
We're where we are today because the majority of the budget is spent on these two entitlement programs with no end in sight.
If only the government could manage itself - much less us.
Neither program have not added to the debt.
OBAMA the GENIUS

Pittsboro, NC

#1002600 Oct 13, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
The admin cannot blame a contractor totally for this debacle.
"One highly unusual decision, reached early in the project, proved critical: the Medicare and Medicaid agency assumed the role of project quarterback, responsible for making sure each separately designed database and piece of software worked with the others, instead of assigning that task to a lead contractor.
Some people intimately involved in the project seriously doubted that the agency had the in-house capability to handle such a mammoth technical task of software engineering while simultaneously supervising 55 contractors. An internal government progress report in September 2011 identified a lack of employees “to manage the multiple activities and contractors happening concurrently” as a “major risk” to the whole project.
While some branches of the military have large software engineering departments capable of acting as the so-called system integrator, often on medium-size weapons projects, the rest of the federal government typically does not, said Stan Soloway, the president and chief executive of the Professional Services Council, which represents 350 government contractors. CGI officials have publicly said that while their company created the system’s overall software framework, the Medicare and Medicaid agency was responsible for integrating and testing all the combined components. "
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/13/us/politics...
AMERICA. America Americunts

"It's broken"

Say what byytch?

BLUE CROSS FOR SALE ON EXCHANGES!

I trust them more than whiner right wing retards.

Come back when your side wins something!

DEMOCRATS WIN.

DEMOCRATS WIN AGAIN!

DEMOCRATS FOREVER!

THE WINNERS MAKE THE RULES.

Learn it. Know it. Choke on it byytch!
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#1002601 Oct 13, 2013
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
Can't you idiots on the right even be honest with yourselves? If you really believe that Obamacare is a train wreck then you would vote for it....Common sense dictates that...What you are really afraid of is that it is going to be a success and the fools once again will be the Republicans just like social security and medicare...You losers are always on the wrong side of the people. Always.
The only tax returns the IRS has any business having their hands in-are the ones making their living off of OTHER peoples tax dollars-the life long fwee riders, living of every givverment program there is PLUS.

Then heck yeah-DO take some of THAT UNearned income BACK.

But leave the pockets of the SELF reliant WORKING class ALONE (theives, shysters and thugs!!)

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#1002602 Oct 13, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's the entire quote of Baucus to Sebelius on how HHS was possibly able to educate patients and providers about a new law that was "deeply confusing":
"A lot of people have no idea about all of this. People just don't know a lot about it, and the Kaiser poll pointed that out. I understand you've hired a contractor. I'm just worried that that's gonna be money down the drain because contractors like to make money...I just tell ya, I just see a huge train wreck coming down."
So what if that's what he was talking about? They proved they can't even get the damn thing off the ground last week.
Shouldn't that be enough to tell you what's coming next?
Or do you need it spelled out for you?
"UPS and FedEx are doing just fine. It's the Post Office that's always having problems."
~Barack Obama
He was talking about people not knowing about it. He was not talking about the law itself.

When the public education improved,he was then satisfied.
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#1002603 Oct 13, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
No one seems to fully grasp just how crazy the IRS overseeing and managing our health care is.
The IRS historically audits organizations and individuals on both opposing sides as a political tool for those in power.
Do Democrats really believe Republicans will never again have control of Congress and the Presidency?
And will they be just as pleased about the IRS managing THEIR health care under a Republican controlled administration?
It's absolute insanity. Democratic Rockefeller was right...it's "beyond comprehension".
See my previous post on sentiments on that :-).

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1002604 Oct 13, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
The admin cannot blame a contractor totally for this debacle.
"One highly unusual decision, reached early in the project, proved critical: the Medicare and Medicaid agency assumed the role of project quarterback, responsible for making sure each separately designed database and piece of software worked with the others, instead of assigning that task to a lead contractor.
Some people intimately involved in the project seriously doubted that the agency had the in-house capability to handle such a mammoth technical task of software engineering while simultaneously supervising 55 contractors. An internal government progress report in September 2011 identified a lack of employees “to manage the multiple activities and contractors happening concurrently” as a “major risk” to the whole project.
While some branches of the military have large software engineering departments capable of acting as the so-called system integrator, often on medium-size weapons projects, the rest of the federal government typically does not, said Stan Soloway, the president and chief executive of the Professional Services Council, which represents 350 government contractors. CGI officials have publicly said that while their company created the system’s overall software framework, the Medicare and Medicaid agency was responsible for integrating and testing all the combined components. "
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/13/us/politics...
"UPS and FedEx are doing just fine. It's the Post Office that's always having problems."

If this wasn't a Freudian slip to beat all Freudian slips...

Obama knows big government can't efficiently manage itself or anything else, but his hunger for power and control is stronger than being honest about it. It just slipped out anyway.

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