Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1234749 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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Whatever

Gering, NE

#1003480 Oct 14, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
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Your source agrees that the top ten moocher states are the same!!LOL
The only distinction the American Stinker makes is in the political realm. They claim the politics are more 'complicated'. But they don't question the numbers.
They did not dispute the economic numbers at all, which are Gov't numbers.
You lose, but nice try, Gunner.
This is so typical of your diversionary tactics from the past.
You post a link that makes you a liar, hoping nobody will actually look into it. How typical of a crooked cop.
I hope you've been enjoying Nobraina's attacks on the fascist police.
Let's see in a couple years how the numbers change. For example LA is high for disaster relief. NJ will be reduced as a giver due to Hurricane Sandy. States like CA,MI, etc who are scrounging for Fed dollars will rise.

I continue to discredit those who claim that it is mooching from states such as NY to pay for mutually beneficial programs such as military bases, Superfund disposal sites, national parks, etc

That pushes the level to absurd.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1003481 Oct 14, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>It's a large country fkface and plenty of Repubs have resigned. Someone right here on this very thread recently put up some numbers from Maryland that I thought were bogus until I checked. The Republican party is shrinking due to death (a given) but more importantly that young folks can't deal with the obstinate, lying, racist bastards who have taken over the party.
Millions was probably on the conservative side by the way.
Nothing funnier than a drunken old draft-dodger who calls everybody "fkface".....

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#1003482 Oct 14, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
An educated population would recognize the Democrats as medieval Machiavellian. Democrats don't even know who Machiavelli is, or what his significance is to governmental philosophy. They are so ignorant they don't know what they promote is right out of Machiavelli's letters that were collected and comprise what is known as "The Prince".
What the Democrats are doing is what Machiavelli described as the "first princedom", the initial organization of a totalitarian governmental structure over newly acquired peasantry.
At the time of the founding fathers, these clowns would have been recognized immediately and laughed out of the room. That is the difference between the education level of the people who founded this country, and the people who are running it today. These clowns today would be the laughingstock in a room with any group of educated people 250 years ago.
That is probably why the United States is the laughing stock of the world today. The world today isn't as ignorant as the Democrats need them to be.... neither was the American population 50 years ago, so they fixed that. Look at us today.
Blah, Blah , Blah,,, Left up to you America would look just like China or some African nation. You would be happy to see everyone working for a dollar per day. The ONLY reason you sit in your high tower looking down upon all the peasants is because the oil companies can charge any amount they wish to and everyone must pay it. If all industry was like yours than everyone might have your same outlook.
Pro-Goyim

Waynesboro, MS

#1003483 Oct 14, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
Have to do it. Just to "p" off my little judge-it.
Pelosi had the same Intel as Bush, Cheney, the UN and the CIA.
For her to even suggest Democrats were purposely given different information proves how dumb she must be for being duped in light of the Intel everyone on the planet had - or liberals for believing her.
Ron Paul Exposes Israeli Agent Nancy Pelosi
Watch:
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#1003484 Oct 14, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Only you would think a president sticking a cigar in a young woman's vagina in the Oval Office - a Congressman sending pictures of his "weiner" on his iPhone - and a former presidential candidate using campaign funds to support his mistress and lovechild when his wife was dying of cancer - is "funny chit".
How sad that you do.
Just don't talk about them respecting women just because they don't care if women kill their unborn.
That'd be even more sad.
Young Monica was hot for POTUS__cigar and all__she also flashed her ass in the White House hallways to gain his attention. Pig meets cokhound__nature takes it's course__next case.

Wanna talk about Larry Craig???

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1003485 Oct 14, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
Their sex lives or preferences have nothing to do with womens rights. How do you know Monica didn't like cigar sex? Whose business is it anyway? You'd be surprised how many men take pictures of their penises and send them to people. Did you read about that new cop in SC who sent pictures of his penis to a 13 year old in Iowa? It's not about killing the unborn; it's about the right of women over their own bodies.
I believe in sexual freedom; what people do is their own business.
I agree that Anthony Weiner, John Edwards and Bill Clinton are scoundrels. I'm so grateful that President Obama didn't pick John Edwards for VP! Who did they hurt Carol? They hurt their wives and children and their reputations. Men are weird, especially powerful ones.
However, none of the above ever proposed forcing women to have vaginal probes; forcing women to have rapists babies; giving visitation rights to rapists; charging women who had an abortion with a felony tampering with evidence if she aborted the rapists baby; force women to submit to testing of a miscarriage to prove it wasn't self induced.
You evangelical republicans are like the Taliban; you views are more akin to Sharia law than anyone elses. Funny you can't see that.
The fact you defend the most powerful married man in the world with a daughter nearly the same age as his young subordinate sex toy by asking if the sex toy enjoyed being used as such says everything, Lily.

Powerful men have significant power over vulnerable women. Does that mean it's okay for them to take advantage of that fact?

Nevermind thinking men who send pictures of their penises to women is a perfectly normal thing to do.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1003486 Oct 14, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
How is delaying the individual mandate for a year "responsible"?
Health insurance companies have expended a great deal of capital setting up their plans and getting their computer systems in sync with the exchange. CMS has already committed millions on the system over five - ten years. Contracts have been signed. The "responsible" thing to do is to go forward. What's fair to working families is to have the opportunity relax knowing that they won't go bankrupt due to a health insurance emergency. What isn't fair is allowing a handful of self-righteous politicians hold America for ransom.
If America wanted ObamaKKKare, an individual mandate would be unnecessary...its only purpose is to blackmail young, healthy people into subsidizing medical care for the sick....

Since: Nov 11

United States

#1003487 Oct 14, 2013
Federal guards in federal prisons are NOT getting paid but the prisioners are!

Welcome to the Democratic Utopia!

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1003488 Oct 14, 2013
forks_make_us_fat wrote:
Calling Leosnana!
Grammar violation!
Grammar violation!
“Let’s don’t confuse nobody with the facts,” Rep. Corrine Brown (D-Fla.) said during a congressional committee hearing where she made it clear that she blames the House for the government shutdown"
http://weaselzippers.us/2013/10/14/rep-corrin...
Thanks for the belly laugh! That was hilarious!

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1003489 Oct 14, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>That fkn clown makes all sorts of claims including that recently 1.2 million bikers converged on Washington DC.
Only the truly brain damaged repeat what they read on WND.
That's what the DC police counted.

And, they counted 26 muslims that showed up for the Million Muslim March.

Now, why did only 26 million muslims show up for the Million Muslim March? Maybe because a million bikers were coming?

1.2 million, to quote the DC police.

If I were you, I'd be asking CBS and NBC and ABC and MSNBC why they didn't tell you this.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1003490 Oct 14, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Since this is the second post like this, it's time someone set some of you straight.
"The income of those living in red states has climbed 4.6% since the recession began in December 2007, a USA TODAY analysis of total increases found. The average income of those living in blue states and swing states saw a much slower increase. The personal income of blue states has increased 0.5%, while in the swing states, income increased 1.4%."
http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/st...
Might as well be me.
I regard it totally childish to have a state whining about funding things that are mutually beneficial to them such as...

-military bases
-Superfund sites
-national parks
-supplementing farmers who grows crops that are used by the military, schools, Indian food supplements, foreign aide etc.

None of this is MOOCHING

This whole myth has disappeared except for some diehard blogs and message boards because logic was missing from its' claims.

Now here is breakdown of states who have the most people on welfare-
1 California
2. Maine
3. Tennessee
4. Massachusetts
5. Vermont
6. District of Columbia
7. New York
8. Minnesota
9. Washington (state)
Tie-10. New Mexico
Tie-10. Indiana
12. Rhode Island
13. Michigan
14. Pennsylvania
15. Oregon

http://www.cnbc.com/id/31910310/page/1
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1003491 Oct 14, 2013
A woman with an outstanding warrant for her arrest is currently serving as an Obamacare “navigator” in Lawrence, Kansas.

Rosilyn Wells — the Director of Outreach and Enrollment for the Heartland Community Health-care Center (HCHC)– is “the only full-time Affordable Care Act navigator in Lawrence,” according to the Lawrence Journal-World.

Wells was certified as an Obamacare navigator despite her financial history, which includes a bankruptcy in 2003, a 2007 civil charge from a local check cashing business called Midwest Checkrite for writing a bad check, being more than $1700 behind on her state tax bill, and having an outstanding arrest warrant in nearby Shawnee County.
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#1003492 Oct 14, 2013
Poll: New High For Disapproval Of GOP's Handling Of Budget Talks

Republicans continue to absorb the bulk of the blame for the protracted budget impasse, with a poll released Monday showing public disapproval of the GOP's handling of the crisis reaching an apex.

The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll found 74 percent of Americans disapproving of how congressional Republicans are handling the budget negotiations, up from 63 percent two weeks ago. Fifty-four percent said they "strongly" disapprove of the Republicans while 20 percent said they "somewhat" disapprove. Only 21 percent said they approve of the way Republicans have handled the talks.

The poll found Republicans receiving far more blame than the other parties in the negotiations. Fifty-three percent said they disapprove of how President Barack Obama has handled the negotiations while 61 percent said they disapprove of Democrats in Congress.

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/poll-ne...
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#1003493 Oct 14, 2013
The Last Days of the GOP

We could be witnessing the death throes of the Republican Party

I once wrote about lobbying, and this week I called some Republicans I used to talk to (and some that they recommended I talk to) about the effect the shutdown is having on the Republican Party in Washington. The response I got was fear of Republican decline and loathing of the Tea Party: One lobbyist and former Hill staffer lamented the “fall of the national party,” another the rise of “suburban revolutionaries,” and another of “people alienated from business, from everything.” There is a growing fear among Washington Republicans that the party, which has lost two national elections in a row, is headed for history’s dustbin. And I believe that they are right to worry.

The battle over the shutdown has highlighted the cracks and fissures within the party. The party’s leadership has begun to lose control of its members in Congress. The party’s base has become increasingly shrill and is almost as dissatisfied with the Republican leadership in Washington as it is with President Obama. New conservative groups have echoed, and taken advantage of, this sentiment by targeting Republicans identified with the leadership for defeat. And a growing group of Republican politicians, who owe their election to these groups, has carried the battle into the halls of Congress. That is spelling doom for the Republican coalition that has kept the party afloat for the last two decades.

http://www.newrepublic.com/article/115134/gop...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1003494 Oct 14, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Blah, Blah , Blah,,, Left up to you America would look just like China or some African nation. You would be happy to see everyone working for a dollar per day. The ONLY reason you sit in your high tower looking down upon all the peasants is because the oil companies can charge any amount they wish to and everyone must pay it. If all industry was like yours than everyone might have your same outlook.
All industries are like mine. It's called capitalism.
And, I don't want to insult you or anything like that, but one of the prime considerations when setting the price for something is how much the consumer is willing to pay.
Why you buy that Big Mac, that was the prime consideration in establishing a price, how much money are they willing to pay.
That's the way capitalism works. When you charge more than people are willing to pay, they don't pay.
You don't need to buy gasoline. There is public transportation available to you. There are still bicycles. And, you can walk if you have some prohibition against bicycles.
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#1003495 Oct 14, 2013
Obamacare Struggles Even Worse In States That Resisted It

In Washington, D.C.,(population 632,000), the drive to enroll the uninsured into health coverage under President Barack Obama's health care reform law is backed by the city government, federal funding and more than 200 local workers helping people apply for benefits.

In Prince William County, Va.,(population 430,000), 30 miles south of the U.S. Capitol, there's pretty much just Frank Principi.

Principi is the executive director of the Greater Prince William Community Health Center in Woodbridge, a nonprofit clinic. The center is home to 14 doctors, nurses and dentists who care for 10,000 low- and middle-income patients a year, and it charges uninsured people on a sliding scale based on income. It's also the only place in the county where those who want to use the health insurance exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act can go for certified, in-person help with their applications.

"People are sick, and people are sick of having to pay large amounts of cash, or forgo paying a bill at all and going into bankruptcy," Principi, 52, said during an interview at the clinic on Wednesday. Principi estimates that about 100 people asked for information on Oct. 1 alone, the day the exchanges opened. Incoming phone calls are up more than 10 percent, he said.

The Obama administration aims to sign up 7 million people for private insurance via the exchanges. This enormous task, challenging under ideal circumstances, is made more difficult by the decisions of many states -- mostly Republican-led and including nearly the entire South -- to resist the law's implementation. As a result, the reach of Obamacare's enrollment drive is expected to vary widely. Fewer uninsured people are expected to get coverage in places like Virginia, which is doing next to nothing to help its residents sign up, than in places like the District of Columbia, which embraced the law's goals. And that's not even factoring in the faulty federal website impeding the project in more than 30 states.

....Principi believes his patients will brave the extra hassle. "The families that we're helping? They've never had health insurance in their lives," he said. "Getting affordable health insurance for them and their families is a huge, huge relief from the stress, the anxiety, the pressure of not knowing what's going to happen when your child gets sick. These folks are willing to wait."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/14/obam...

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1003496 Oct 14, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
So now you have 4 instead of 3? LOL
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/oct/...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1003497 Oct 14, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
I regard it totally childish to have a state whining about funding things that are mutually beneficial to them such as...
-military bases
-Superfund sites
-national parks
-supplementing farmers who grows crops that are used by the military, schools, Indian food supplements, foreign aide etc.
None of this is MOOCHING
This whole myth has disappeared except for some diehard blogs and message boards because logic was missing from its' claims.
Now here is breakdown of states who have the most people on welfare-
1 California
2. Maine
3. Tennessee
4. Massachusetts
5. Vermont
6. District of Columbia
7. New York
8. Minnesota
9. Washington (state)
Tie-10. New Mexico
Tie-10. Indiana
12. Rhode Island
13. Michigan
14. Pennsylvania
15. Oregon
http://www.cnbc.com/id/31910310/page/1
Looks heavily dominated by Democrats at a glance....
Nat Turner

Mabalacat, Philippines

#1003498 Oct 14, 2013
Someone stop me before I kill again!
Pro-Goyim

Waynesboro, MS

#1003499 Oct 14, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Young Monica was hot for POTUS__cigar and all__she also flashed her ass in the White House hallways to gain his attention. Pig meets cokhound__nature takes it's course__next case.
Wanna talk about Larry Craig???
"Monica Lew"(jewish) was an "Israeli agent".... "leverage".

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Ron Paul - Press Conference on the situation on Iraq and impeachment (1998)
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