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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Well, boy, calling yourself an "African" American when the so-called "African" Americans would have the lowest respect and status in any culture of society in Africa is a racial slur to real Africans who don't create an entire culture of single mothers and irresponsible men who abandon their children as a matter of cultural tradition.
When any so-called "African" American calls themselves African American, it is an insult to real Africans. The so-called "African" Americans have nothing in common with Africans.
If you don't want to be called "boy", grow up and become a responsible person... boy. Become a man.
A man doesn't abandon his children, boy.
This is exactly what I mean by ignorance! A whiteman ( redneck ) telling black folks what black folks in another country thinks of them! So you know any true Africans? I do &, it's funny that they leave their family in genocide to become the exact thing that you claim they despise! After all, it is the tradition, right?

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If you want to see what the rest of the world is laughing at, look in the mirror. Your phony conspirisies, threats to not pay debts congress approved, your obstruction to Obamacare every step of the way and then whine that it doesn't work, the teabagger clown show of no solution, just chest beating politicians; all this is why you don't matter any more.
... and that explains Obama being a deadbeat draw that put most of the ticket scalpers out of business the last time he went to Germany.

Or, we can talk about Obama skillfully maneuvering the US into a position of having to help assure the stability of the Assad government in order to even participate in the chemical weapons agreement in Syria, while at the same time training Al Qaeda terrorists on a US military base in Jordan.

Yup, the world is sure impressed with that show of brilliance.

Shall we reference another episode of complete stupidity by Obama? There are so many to choose from.
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NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text>This is exactly what I mean by ignorance! A whiteman ( redneck ) telling black folks what black folks in another country thinks of them! So you know any true Africans? I do &, it's funny that they leave their family in genocide to become the exact thing that you claim they despise! After all, it is the tradition, right?
racist.
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I'm waiting for Ted Cruz or some other loony conservative to say Obamacare won't work because Obama is black.
No, but how much you want to bet the design project went to companies low on experience but high on diversity and powered by green energy so that Democrats, as usual, could FEEL GOOD.
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Bernard Forand wrote:
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Socialist? Yes we are. Only a naive would not comprehend that. From your sidewalk to the realms of outer space YOU support a socialism ideology to support your capitalism. All you are is a puppet of the fox making you a socialist RED neck. Now on to reality and away from your callow nonsense of this for that malarkey. Of which you have no knowledge of.
Tea Party validate their vindictive policies with various hyper false RED herrings. Example; IRS issue has always been used by all administrations dating back to F.D.R. Only difference with the Obama administration is that it started from the bottom up, as all others started from top down. Another red herring is Benghazi, and if you will remember Libya, lack of security issues. Considering it was the Tea Party leading with the Hue and Cry to deny Obama’s request for additional funds to increase security to our embassies’, right after the Libyan War. Now they PROJECT their errors onto the Executive branch. Using this to validate their need to hold Congress and the Nation into another Hostage/Ransom, Our Way or The Highway scenarios. Refusing any conferences that promotes a budget. Accusing democrats of over reach and obfuscation.??? Hmmm Paradox leadership.. Tea promotes Emperor ideologies.
Gazing at some of these comments I see people stating thoughts that they can not defend. Just what the Truth is, they can’t say anymore, nevermore…
That's pretty patheTic blaming Independent voter representatives for administrative loser INEPTNESS in FOREIGN POLICY FAILURE.

Are you always that desperate?

"Winners take responsibility, losers blame others." (Brit Hume)
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WE THE PEOPLE wrote:
Uh Oh: 47 Million Food Stamp Recipients Are Having Their Benefits Cut Back On November 1st
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October 22, 2013
47.6 million Americans are about to have their food stamp benefits cut, and most of them have absolutely no idea that it is about to happen. Needless to say, a lot of them are going to be very angry when they discover that they cannot buy as much food for their families anymore. The reason that this is happening is because a temporary boost to food stamp benefits that was put in during the last recession is expiring. But most of the people that are having their benefits cut will not understand this.
Image: Food stamp user.
Most of them will just be very upset that the government is “taking money away” from them. And considering the “mini-riots” that we witnessed earlier this month when the system that processes food stamp payments went down for a few hours, it is obvious that a lot of food stamp recipients can very easily be pushed over the edge. So what would happen if we have another “debt ceiling crisis” in Washington D.C. early next year and food stamp benefits are temporarily cut off completely?
Wherever “austerity” has been tried in Europe, it has resulted in protests and riots. Could a similar thing happen in this country?
NBC News is reporting that ALL food stamp recipients are going to have their food stamp benefits reduced in November. This is certainly not going to put those living in poverty in a good mood…
Millions of American families could face a sparse holiday table when food stamps benefits get reduced in November, and that could be just the start of deeper cuts to the program to feed poor families.
The modern-day food stamp plan, now called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, is scheduled to scale back benefits for all recipients on Nov. 1 because a recession-era boost in benefits is expiring.
Sadly, the truth is that food stamp benefits don’t even buy a lot of food right now. According to the USDA, the average monthly food stamp benefit is approximately $272 per household.
And now it will be even lower.
The government says that a family of four will be getting 36 dollars less per month starting on November 1st.
That may not sound like a lot to you, but for those living on the edge of poverty it can make a huge difference.
What are impoverished families supposed to do? Eat a diet that consists entirely of Ramen noodles?
Of course the real solution would be to provide good paying jobs for those families, but unfortunately our leaders continue to pursue policies that are systematically killing American jobs so that is not going to happen.
Meanwhile, those living in poverty continue to become angrier and more frustrated.
We got a glimpse of this earlier this month. The following is a brief excerpt from a recent article posted on offgridsurvival.com
Over the weekend, the debit system that allows people on government assistance to buy food, temporarily went down. The resulting chaos is a small glimpse at what I believe will happen, should the government plunge this country into some sort of economic collapse.
A couple of Walmarts in Louisiana decided to allow people to shop, even though the system was down and they had no real way of knowing how much credit people had on their cards. The resulting chaos had the store’s shelves in Springhill and Mansfield, LA stripped bare, as food stamp recipients attempted to defraud the grocery stores.
When the system went back online, the grocery store found people who had as little as .49 on their Food Stamp cards attempting to steal over $700 in food. Local police were called in as the crowd started to turn ugly, and overflowing grocery carts were left abandoned in the aisles.
To summarize, it's the culture & for a real challenge, find some who are truly starving

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<quoted text>This is exactly what I mean by ignorance! A whiteman ( redneck ) telling black folks what black folks in another country thinks of them! So you know any true Africans? I do &, it's funny that they leave their family in genocide to become the exact thing that you claim they despise! After all, it is the tradition, right?
Of the two of us, I'm the only one who has lived in Africa, you moron.
Yes, I'll tell you how so-called "African" Americans live here because I lived here, and I'll tell you how real Africans live there because I lived there. I din't just live in Africa, I lived in the heart of the jungle in central Africa.

You need an education. And, you need to grow up and become a responsible person... boy.

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<quoted text>Funny how McConnell and Reid resolved the government shut down cast upon the American people by the radical, crazy reich wingers like Cruz!

The other side of O'bamacare’s Oregon success: No one has bought private insurance.
The state has enrolled 56,000 in Medicaid--but not a one in private coverage.
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What did happen after the election? No major drop but it levels out from the drop for a couple of months.
You think investors are stupid? Why would the inauguration spur anything. It was a given since the election.
Hey dumbo. I recall you defending Democrats stance on Voter ID. You scoundrels just want anyone to be able to show up and vote.

To illustrate what hypocrites you are, let me tell you what my state is telling me on my drivers licence renewal so I can get a "verified" drivers license that as a valid federal ID so I can use it for air travel, etc.

To renew the license as "verified" they require "ALL" of the following documents:

1 - Passport or Birth Certificate
2 - Social Security Card or W-2 or 1099
3 - Bill from a Bank, credit card or utility company
4 - Bank Statement or pre-printed pay stub or property tax bill

If non-US born, also need more stuff

This is no chit, and it's our Obama/Democrat Federal Gibberment requiring this, hypocrite!!!!!

Yet, a bozo like you says it's too much to ask a voter to bring a single form of ID?

Dolt.

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http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/08/11...
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Look at the charts, dumbass. The two months following the election are bumpy but show no major decline.
You musty like being shown to be wrong all the time.
I guess that fancy public education didn't teach you how to read graphs. Talk about ignorant--your own link proves my point. Nov 5, 2008:The stock market posted its biggest plunge ever following a presidential election.
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And replace it with what?
You right wing losers have no answers, just whine, whine, whine.
No one cares what you teabaggers think, we know you only have whines, no solutions.
You don't matter any more.
Of course, Obammy in his own mind, is blameless as usual. His mind and the low-informed, like you.

And could there be more convincing proof that President Obama is more concerned about himself than he is about the Americans he is supposed to serve than his Monday morning speech defending the disastrous Obamacare rollout rather than apologizing for it?

Could there be more compelling evidence that he is first and foremost a SAUL ALINSKY AGITATOR than the fact that he took the offense and attacked Republicans for fighting him on the budget -- a fight that in no way caused any rollout problems -- rather than humbly admit these inexcusable and humiliating problems?

Democrats and the LIBERAL MEDIA SAVAGED President George W. BUSH for allegedly never admitting a policy mistake. Can you fantasize them expressing disenchantment with Obama on these grounds, with far more justification?

OBAMA WILL NEVER APOLOGIZE FOR ANYTHING. Instead, he pretends everything he touches is golden, as if to say, "Don't believe your lying eyes, and especially don't believe partisan Republicans, who simply want to embarrass me."

But EVEN SOME OF THE LIBERAL MEDIA ARE NOT BUYING INTO HIS PROPAGANDA on Obamacare. They're acknowledging that more than glitches are involved.

USA Today described Obama's remarks as "defiant."

National Journal's Ron Fournier said that "Obama should be freaked out over Obamacare," that "it reflects poorly on the president" and that "it's worse than we know, this is the easy part, and millions of Americans could be hurt."

BUT OBAMA MUST NOT SHOW WEAKNESS, EXCEPT WHEN DEALING WITH FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS.

More to the point, it's not just that he won't show weakness; it's that the FAILURE OF HIS POLICIES doesn't even register with him.

He's an incorrigible ideologue whose perception of his failed policies is that they actually are working because the liberal academics' chalkboard predicted they would work -- so they do. It can't be otherwise.

Apparent failures are an illusion, mostly created by intractable Republicans.

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The other side of O'bamacare’s Oregon success: No one has bought private insurance.
The state has enrolled 56,000 in Medicaid--but not a one in private coverage.
lol! We are doomed!!!
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Despicable crime committed by sick parents, but lacks the innate savagery of the Black race.
you left out every other ethnicity beyond the never to be reproached white folks.

so a white parent has never killed their own children? come on, answer the question without having to fall back on your racism. just say 'yes' and be done with it.
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Despite reports that his group is nearly broke, FreedomWorks CEO Matt Kibbe predicted in an interview with MSNBC host Chris Matthews on Monday that his group would help Tea Party Republicans dominate the GOP within a year.

“I think it’s a process,” Kibbe told Matthews.“I think it happens by 2014,’cause we’re trying to shift the center of gravity.”

Kibbe did note that he favored supporting moderate Republicans in liberal-leaning states, but southern states like South Carolina should be represented by a “hardcore constitutional conservative that doesn’t want to spend money we don’t have.”

However, Daily Beast correspondent Michael Tomasky challenged Kibbe’s forecast, calling it “delusional” and blaming the Tea Party for costing the GOP in states like New York and California.

“You remember, Chris: It was only 15, 20 years ago, the Republican party was competitive to dominant in California,” Tomasky told Matthews.“But [now] it’s dead. It’s dead because it’s gone so far right, and it’s gonna stay dead in states like California and New York. All they’re gonna do is play in these deep red states and they’re gonna elect more radical and extreme people.”

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/10/21/freedom...

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fetch almighty wrote:
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The other side of O'bamacare’s Oregon success: No one has bought private insurance.
The state has enrolled 56,000 in Medicaid--but not a one in private coverage.
That's no surprise. ObamaKare is just another Marxist welfare program. Nobody is going to volunteer to pay for what someone else should be paying for themselves.
Those living on the government plantation enroll in existing welfare programs like Medicaid. This was predicted before the Democrats forced it down everyone's throat.
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Obama’s administration indicates he sought the great leaders on these issue. Eccles and FDR, Clinton and O’Neill to do what is most productive for our nation.
Now pass on, this one small example of the fallacies of the republican’s erroneous policies and deceptions..
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That is WHY some of us choose to remain Independent voters. Doing so allows us to vote with better conscience based upon PRINCIPLES, rather than herd pack, lemming, labelDUHM party labels.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely-no matter the sticky note label attached to it.

And if the current admin were seeking to follow actual principles, rather than megalomaniacal poliTical power grabs-they would've already COMPROMISED on the mounds beaurocraTic monstrous mess of out of control healthcare, and admit, they've fallen SHORT of fixing ANYTHING--and DELAYED PUNISHING innocent, struggling hard working people, for their own LACK of vision in how thing SHOULD work, rather than focusing on protecting the current MESS at all COSTS to EVERYONE, as if it were some sort of all perfect, grand design.

Because it's NOT.

And they should absolutely NOT be taxing and fining ANYONE, for such UNSECURED, UNVERFIABLE, UNFUNDED, UNSTABLE outcomes of Not Ready for prime time anything, let alone PURGE citizens of this nation into HIPPA violations and breaches of security, with out as much as a blink of an eye as to the ramifications of such RECKLESS abandonment.
And the fact that "leadership" would even venture to utter ANY words that condemn the attempts at something that demands such collosal efforts, and instead would allow OTHERS to shoulder the blame for releasing such NOT ready for prime time beaurocracy speaks volumnes unto itself--of the INEPTNESS and LACK of any REAL "leadership" these days.

If they'd acted like half reasonable adults, willing to work WITH others logically , rather than petulantly AGAINST everything, like three years having temper tantrums, it might be different. But they haven't, choosing to instead act like commie-dictators demanding it all "their way" or not at all, which just amounts to yet more FAILURE in actual leadership, in an admin now rife with it.

No matter the labelduhm label.

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When under the threat of an invasion, the first thing you do is export your weapons to the best friend of your enemy.
We did not invade Iraq because of chemical weapons.
The invasion was because Sadam refused nuclear inspections.
So you think that causing economic devastation to the United States of America is a Weapon of mass destruction?
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The insane lengths Liberals go to say look what we destroyed...

"California Retroactive Tax Could Slam Small Businesses"

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/28/cali...
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<quoted text>lol! We are doomed!!!
Not if they CAP, CURB and adhere to budgets.

Why would anyone RATIONAL expect million dollar medical care for ten dollars?

Which is better than the fwee riding parasite masses of those now contributing NO dollars )just taking them instead) and ILLOGICALLY entitleMENTALly thinking the REST of the world owes them something for nothing.

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