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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Orlando, FL

#1022817 Nov 12, 2013
Please Get The Rope wrote:
When it comes to racism blacks Hispanic and Jews are the biggest . Zionist Jews are destroying America . Black and Hispanic award shows ? Black and Hispanic TV Networks in America . Black and Hispanic magazines . THE NAACP . Obama who sold Cocaine and Used Cocaine is offensive to our country and flag . This piece of crap is own and operated by crooked dangerous Jews . READ BELOW AND OPEN YOUR EYES . We are under attack in America by our crooked Gov and filthy rotten crooked Zionist Jews . Fly that Confederate Flag . It is American History .
Rev. Billy Graham openly voiced a belief that Jews control the American media, calling it a "stranglehold" during a 1972 conversation with President Richard Nixon, according to a tape of the Oval Office meeting released Thursday by the National Archives.
"This stranglehold has got to be broken or the country's going down the drain," the nation's best-known preacher declared as he agreed with a stream of bigoted Nixon comments about Jews and their perceived influence in American life.
"You believe that?" Nixon says after the "stranglehold" comment.
"Yes, sir," Graham says.
"Oh, boy," replies Nixon. "So do I. I can't ever say that but I believe it."
"No, but if you get elected a second time, then we might be able to do something," Graham replies.
HITLER SAVED GERMANY FROM THESE EVIL BASTARDS . Jews are robbing America big time . Jews have destroyed California and Florida .
THANKS TO WALT DISNEY CROOKED DRUG PUSHING DANGEROUS HOMOSEXUAL JEWS
Gangs continue to grow, cause problems in central Florida
ORLANDO, Fla.—
Right now, there are more gangs in Florida than ever before, with nearly 400 in central Florida alone, according to the latest state study.
Channel 9's Tim Barber hit the streets to learn more about the gangs and asked investigators what they're doing to lock members up. OVER 138 Millions Dollars a year to lock up these scumbag pigs destroying America . THE USA GOV IS CROOKED AND DAGEROUS
Graham was referring to liberal political and media activist Jews...in reference to a passage in Revelation whose "lives and work are not in keeping with traditional Jewish values."

Graham said in earlier taped conversation that Israelis were the best kind of Jews.

Get your facts - and contexts - straight.

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#1022818 Nov 12, 2013
USA Under Attack wrote:
America's Greatest Shame: Child Poverty Rises and Food Stamps Cut While Billionaires Boom
Posted: 11/08/2013 5:59 am
There are 16.4 million American children living in poverty. That's nearly one quarter (22.6 percent) of all of our children. More alarming is that the percentage of poor children hasclimbed by 4.5 percent since the start of the Great Recession in 2007. And poor means poor. For a family of three with one child under 18, the poverty line is $18,400.
Meanwhile, the stock market is booming. Banks, hedge funds and private equity firmsare making tens of billions of dollars again. In fact, their bonuses are expected to climb by 5 to 10 percent this year, while Wall Street banks doll out $91.44 billion in bonus money.
Most amazing of all is the fact that 95 percent of the so-called "recovery" has gone to the top 1 percent who have seen their incomes rise by 34 percent. For the 99 percent there's been an undeclared wage freeze: the average wage has climbed by only 0.4 percent.
To add to the misery, Washington has decided that the best way to tackle childhood poverty is to have poor kids eat less. Both parties already have agreed to cut billions from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps). As of November 1, payments dropped from $668 a month to $632 for more than 47 million lower-income people -- 1 in 7 Americans, most of them children.
And more cuts are coming. The Tea Party House passed a bill to cut food stamps by $4 billion a year, while the Democratic-controlled Senate calls for $400 million in cuts. How humane! And since it will be part of the omnibus Farm Bill, President Obama will sign it.(I wonder how our former community organizer will explain this to the poor children he once tried to help in Chicago.)
But that's just the start. More austerity is coming in the form of cuts to Social Security as well as a host of other social programs. When times get tough, you've got to suck it up and take more from the poor.
Rewarding Billionaires Who Increase Poverty?
It gets even more revolting when we realize that the financial billionaires who are profiting so handsomely from the recovery are the very same who took down the economy in the first place. They were the ones who created and pedaled the toxic securities that puffed up and then burst the housing bubble. Those financial plutocrats caused 8 million workers to lose their jobs in a matter of months. Those bankers, hedge fund honchos and fund managers are directly responsible for the rise in child poverty rates. Washington bailed out those billionaires and is now asking the poor and the middle class to pay for the ensuing deficits with further cuts in social programs at every level of government.
Why do we put up with such injustices?
Washington Is in Wall Street's Pocket
Before we entirely succumb to financial amnesia, let's recall how we got here. Since the late 1970s, the financial sector has been on a crusade to remove any and all financial regulations. The goal was to undo all the controls put in place during the Great Depression that so effectively curtailed financial speculation and outright gambling. Once deregulated Wall Street engineered a Ponzi-like housing bubble that netted it astronomical sums. By the time it burst in 2007, 40 percent of all corporate profits flowed into the financial sector. Wall Street wages grew by leaps and bounds.
Thank the dirtbag Oblamer and the fed who are pumping $85 billion a month to banks and WS. A point not one of the cowardly Oblama ass kissers on here will address.

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#1022819 Nov 12, 2013
ban selornapen
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1022820 Nov 13, 2013
plans after Clinton's ObamaCare critique
Published November 13, 2013
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An influential Democratic senator is backing the push to restore insurance plans canceled due to ObamaCare, on the heels of a a blunt critique from Bill Clinton on President Obama's handling of the health care law's rocky rollout.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said Tuesday she is cosponsoring a bill by Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., that would force insurance companies to reinstate canceled policies that Obama repeatedly vowed that people could keep.

"The Affordable Care Act is a good law, but it is not perfect," Feinstein said in a statement. "I believe the Landrieu bill is a commonsense fix that will protect individuals in the private insurance market from being forced to change their insurance plan."

Feinstein said she has received 30,842 calls, emails and letters from constituents about the cancellations and premium increases.

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Waxman

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#1022821 Nov 13, 2013
President Obama’s approval rating has dropped to 39 percent amid the problems plaguing the ObamaCare rollout, according to a new poll by Quinnipiac University released Tuesday.

The poll says 54 percent of Americans disapprove of Obama’s job performance and 39 percent approve, which is the president’s lowest approval rating in the Quinnipiac poll since he became president.

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LCNLin

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#1022822 Nov 13, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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Me afraid of Galt? Nah.
Just have things to do sometimes. Seems Obamacare is winning the fight for us.
Started my new part-time job this afternoon. Did you hear?
Maybe is Galt who has given up?

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#1022823 Nov 13, 2013
Additionally, for the first time a majority of Americans, 52 percent, said they do not find President Obama honest and trustworthy. Nearly half of voters polled said they believe the president “knowingly deceived” Americans when he promised they could keep their existing health plans under ObamaCare.

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#1022824 Nov 13, 2013
Baawwaahhhh!!!!!!!

“President Obama’s job approval rating has fallen to the level of former President George W. Bush at the same period of his presidency.”

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/11/12/pr...

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Deltona, FL

#1022825 Nov 13, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
Excerpt from Obama's UN speech about Benghazi - September 25, 2012
"And that is what we saw play out in the last two weeks, where a crude and disgusting video sparked outrage throughout the Muslim world. Now, I have made it clear that the United States government had nothing to do with this video, and I believe its message must be rejected by all who respect our common humanity. It is an insult not only to Muslims, but to America as well."
NBC News
"On Sept. 20, nine days after the attack, White House spokesman Jay Carney told a gaggle of reporters on Air Force One that the attack was 'terrorism.'
"Top intelligence officials told NBC News Monday night that they have known the Sept. 11 attack on the Benghazi consulate was a terrorist act from the beginning."
http://nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/11/...
So how does the left explain this huge discrepancy?
The excerpt was accurate__the video did indeed cause disturbances and spark outrage throughout the middle east.

Where is the other part of that statement__who cherry picked, you or your, cough, source?

Benghazi is a non issue except among FOX stooges.
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#1022826 Nov 13, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Graham was referring to liberal political and media activist Jews...in reference to a passage in Revelation whose "lives and work are not in keeping with traditional Jewish values."
Graham said in earlier taped conversation that Israelis were the best kind of Jews.
Get your facts - and contexts - straight.
Lois Lame responding to Crazy Ron in the wee hours of the morning. How sad!
PDUPONT

Belchertown, MA

#1022827 Nov 13, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
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Pretty sure Obamacare feels like a disembowelment to Obama about now.
We've never seen this kind of upheaval, disruption, chaos, anger and fear on the part of millions of Americans at any time before in recent history.
And he's got to figure out how to put the innards of Obamacare back in again and work without bursting American's gut.
You're grossly underestimating the damage that has been done with this law and Obama is not a gastrointestinal surgeon.
And once again Carol, you're spewing your own ignorant hate filled opinion without even a scintilla of evidence to back it up.
Yes the website is a mess but it's being worked on . States who set up their own exchanges like Kentucky are doing fine.
As for people receiving cancelation notices, let's take a closer look at why that's happening . There's a lawsuit being filed against Anthem Blue Cross that illustrates this rather well.
Throughout the entire "If you like your insurance, you can keep it" media debacle, insurers have escaped scrutiny, even when some responsible media outlets are actively debunking claims made all over Fox News.
No one has been asking many questions about how it came to pass that people with policies that would have been grandfathered no longer have those policies? What made them switch, and why?
Two lawsuits filed in Los Angeles this week shed some light on that question. Both allege they were actively pursued by Anthem Blue Cross to switch their policies from a grandfathered contract to a newer one. Because they had pre-existing conditions, Anthem offered to make the switch without any medical underwriting process, which meant they could transition to the new products without any exclusion for their pre-existing condition.
Both chose to make that switch, and both received cancellation notices from Anthem this month informing them they would have to shift to an ACA-compliant product with much higher premiums or shop on the exchange.
Here's the problem. Anthem has chosen to limit their provider networks for the exchange policies, leaving the possibility wide open that people who have doctors they like won't get to keep them under the exchange policies, but instead will have to purchase the non-exchange policy to keep their doctors, forcing them into a higher-cost product than they could otherwise purchase.
Had they not been "twisted" out of their grandfathered policies, they would have been allowed to keep them, and their providers.
So let's face it Carol, it's the insurance industry that's gaming the system to increase their profits and creating this problem.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1022829 Nov 13, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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There was no lie
What spontaneous demonstration?
Like I say to the television when one of those ghosts-are-real shows is on, show me the ghost.
Show me the spontaneous demonstration.

Obama lied about a spontaneous demonstration that never happened caused by some anti-muslim terrorist video that didn't even exist when Al Qaeda planned the attack. In concert with Obama lying, the intelligence report sent to the White House that didn't identify any spontaneous demonstration was changed in the White House to match the Obama lie.
Now, that sounds like part of a plan. It's looking very much like Obama lying to divert attention away from Al Qaeda was part of Al Qaeda's plan to kill a US ambassador. This means the President of the United States was an accessory to the murder of an Ambassador of the United States.
Some Call it Treason.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1022830 Nov 13, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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And once again Carol, you're spewing your own ignorant hate filled opinion without even a scintilla of evidence to back it up.
Yes the website is a mess but it's being worked on . States who set up their own exchanges like Kentucky are doing fine.
As for people receiving cancelation notices, let's take a closer look at why that's happening . There's a lawsuit being filed against Anthem Blue Cross that illustrates this rather well.
Throughout the entire "If you like your insurance, you can keep it" media debacle, insurers have escaped scrutiny, even when some responsible media outlets are actively debunking claims made all over Fox News.
... blah... blah... blah... Fox News bad... blah... blah... bhal...
You ran away from this yesterday.

PDUPONT wrote:
<quoted text>
You're full of crap again Carol! Only three of the proposals in the Contract with America were signed by Clinton. Three were successfully vetoed by him with one veto being overridden. One proposal, the line item veto was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. So in all only three proposals ever made it into law.
Clinton’s major contribution was pushing through the 1993 budget bill, which began to reduce what had become a chronic string of federal deficits. Republicans denounced it as the "largest tax increase in history," though in fact it was not a record and also contained some cuts in projected spending. Republican Rep. Newt Gingrich predicted: "The tax increase will kill jobs and lead to a recession, and the recession will force people off of work and onto unemployment and will actually increase the deficit." But just the opposite happened. Fears of inflation waned and interest rates fell, making money cheaper to borrow for homes, cars and investment. What had been a slow economic recovery turned into a roaring boom, bringing in so much unanticipated tax revenue from rising incomes and stock-market gains that the government actually was running record surpluses by the time Clinton left office.
You were a history teacher? Really?

DBWriter wrote:
I didn't see anything in your post about Clinton threatening to veto the budgets over welfare reform, then caving to the Republican budgets when the entire country thought he was an idiot, and the 1994 elections were a very predictable slaughter. Also, that was the year of HillaryCare and the Jocylyn Elders clown act. That was also the year of the Samalis made Clinton look like an ignorant buffoon.
That was also the years Clinton's idiocy caused the sitting Speaker of the House to lose the election in his district for the first time in the history of the United States.
You really need a history lesson. You don't know shit about American history.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#1022831 Nov 13, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
<quoted text>
And once again Carol, you're spewing your own ignorant hate filled opinion without even a scintilla of evidence to back it up.
Yes the website is a mess but it's being worked on . States who set up their own exchanges like Kentucky are doing fine.
As for people receiving cancelation notices, let's take a closer look at why that's happening . There's a lawsuit being filed against Anthem Blue Cross that illustrates this rather well.
Throughout the entire "If you like your insurance, you can keep it" media debacle, insurers have escaped scrutiny, even when some responsible media outlets are actively debunking claims made all over Fox News.
No one has been asking many questions about how it came to pass that people with policies that would have been grandfathered no longer have those policies? What made them switch, and why?
Two lawsuits filed in Los Angeles this week shed some light on that question. Both allege they were actively pursued by Anthem Blue Cross to switch their policies from a grandfathered contract to a newer one. Because they had pre-existing conditions, Anthem offered to make the switch without any medical underwriting process, which meant they could transition to the new products without any exclusion for their pre-existing condition.
Both chose to make that switch, and both received cancellation notices from Anthem this month informing them they would have to shift to an ACA-compliant product with much higher premiums or shop on the exchange.
Here's the problem. Anthem has chosen to limit their provider networks for the exchange policies, leaving the possibility wide open that people who have doctors they like won't get to keep them under the exchange policies, but instead will have to purchase the non-exchange policy to keep their doctors, forcing them into a higher-cost product than they could otherwise purchase.
Had they not been "twisted" out of their grandfathered policies, they would have been allowed to keep them, and their providers.
So let's face it Carol, it's the insurance industry that's gaming the system to increase their profits and creating this problem.
CNBC Kentucky's exchange had enrolled a total of 40,572 people in new health coverage as of last Friday morning, with 33,561 of them enrolled in Medicaid, the joint federal-state insurance program for the poor. A total of 7,011 had enrolled in privately sold insurance through Kynect.
Grampy

South Windsor, CT

#1022832 Nov 13, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
<quoted text>
And once again Carol, you're spewing your own ignorant hate filled opinion without even a scintilla of evidence to back it up.
Yes the website is a mess but it's being worked on . States who set up their own exchanges like Kentucky are doing fine.
As for people receiving cancelation notices, let's take a closer look at why that's happening . There's a lawsuit being filed against Anthem Blue Cross that illustrates this rather well.
Throughout the entire "If you like your insurance, you can keep it" media debacle, insurers have escaped scrutiny, even when some responsible media outlets are actively debunking claims made all over Fox News.
No one has been asking many questions about how it came to pass that people with policies that would have been grandfathered no longer have those policies? What made them switch, and why?
Two lawsuits filed in Los Angeles this week shed some light on that question. Both allege they were actively pursued by Anthem Blue Cross to switch their policies from a grandfathered contract to a newer one. Because they had pre-existing conditions, Anthem offered to make the switch without any medical underwriting process, which meant they could transition to the new products without any exclusion for their pre-existing condition.
Both chose to make that switch, and both received cancellation notices from Anthem this month informing them they would have to shift to an ACA-compliant product with much higher premiums or shop on the exchange.
Here's the problem. Anthem has chosen to limit their provider networks for the exchange policies, leaving the possibility wide open that people who have doctors they like won't get to keep them under the exchange policies, but instead will have to purchase the non-exchange policy to keep their doctors, forcing them into a higher-cost product than they could otherwise purchase.
Had they not been "twisted" out of their grandfathered policies, they would have been allowed to keep them, and their providers.
So let's face it Carol, it's the insurance industry that's gaming the system to increase their profits and creating this problem.
States who set up their own exchanges like Kentucky are doing fine?

Kentucky received $252.7 million from HHS to establish their exchange for an estimated 620,000 uninsured, or $407.58 per uninsured person. In the first three weeks 26,000 signed up on the exchange of which over 21,000 were enrolled in the FREE Medicaid give away.

So to you, spending $400 of hard working taxpayers' money just to give away another $5,000 of hard working taxpayers' money to lazy slackers is 'doing fine'?

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1022833 Nov 13, 2013
flack wrote:
<quoted text> CNBC Kentucky's exchange had enrolled a total of 40,572 people in new health coverage as of last Friday morning, with 33,561 of them enrolled in Medicaid, the joint federal-state insurance program for the poor. A total of 7,011 had enrolled in privately sold insurance through Kynect.
That looks like for every one person who works to pay for their insurance, there are about 5 signing up for welfare to get "free" insurance paid for by those same people who work to pay their own health insurance, too.
ObamaKare is nothing more than another Democrat Marxist welfare program. Everyone working will have to pay more so everyone who won't work gets the same things as everyone who works.
There has never been a successful Marxist program in history. ObamaKare will do to our health care system what the so-called "progressives" did to our education system when they changed it from the best in the history of civilization to the most expensive in the world that generates the most ignorant workforce in the industrialized world. Only an idiot thinks this won't happen.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#1022834 Nov 13, 2013
Waxman wrote:
President Obama’s approval rating has dropped to 39 percent amid the problems plaguing the ObamaCare rollout, according to a new poll by Quinnipiac University released Tuesday.
The poll says 54 percent of Americans disapprove of Obama’s job performance and 39 percent approve, which is the president’s lowest approval rating in the Quinnipiac poll since he became president.
The good news is that if Obama's approval rating dips to 1 percent he will still be President for THREE more years. The bad news for you is that you'll still be a moron forever.
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#1022835 Nov 13, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
<quoted text>
And once again Carol, you're spewing your own ignorant hate filled opinion without even a scintilla of evidence to back it up.
Yes the website is a mess but it's being worked on . States who set up their own exchanges like Kentucky are doing fine.
As for people receiving cancelation notices, let's take a closer look at why that's happening . There's a lawsuit being filed against Anthem Blue Cross that illustrates this rather well.
Throughout the entire "If you like your insurance, you can keep it" media debacle, insurers have escaped scrutiny, even when some responsible media outlets are actively debunking claims made all over Fox News.
No one has been asking many questions about how it came to pass that people with policies that would have been grandfathered no longer have those policies? What made them switch, and why?
Two lawsuits filed in Los Angeles this week shed some light on that question. Both allege they were actively pursued by Anthem Blue Cross to switch their policies from a grandfathered contract to a newer one. Because they had pre-existing conditions, Anthem offered to make the switch without any medical underwriting process, which meant they could transition to the new products without any exclusion for their pre-existing condition.
Both chose to make that switch, and both received cancellation notices from Anthem this month informing them they would have to shift to an ACA-compliant product with much higher premiums or shop on the exchange.
Here's the problem. Anthem has chosen to limit their provider networks for the exchange policies, leaving the possibility wide open that people who have doctors they like won't get to keep them under the exchange policies, but instead will have to purchase the non-exchange policy to keep their doctors, forcing them into a higher-cost product than they could otherwise purchase.
Had they not been "twisted" out of their grandfathered policies, they would have been allowed to keep them, and their providers.
So let's face it Carol, it's the insurance industry that's gaming the system to increase their profits and creating this problem.
And once again RealDave sock PDUPONT, you're spewing your own ignorant hate filled opinion without even a scintilla of evidence to back it up...

Bush flew fighter jets you idiot... Obama drives golf carts and relies on teleprompters you nitwit... See the difference you dumbass??

It's the culture...

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#1022836 Nov 13, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
You ran away from this yesterday.
PDUPONT wrote:
<quoted text>
You're full of crap again Carol! Only three of the proposals in the Contract with America were signed by Clinton. Three were successfully vetoed by him with one veto being overridden. One proposal, the line item veto was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. So in all only three proposals ever made it into law.
Clinton’s major contribution was pushing through the 1993 budget bill, which began to reduce what had become a chronic string of federal deficits. Republicans denounced it as the "largest tax increase in history," though in fact it was not a record and also contained some cuts in projected spending. Republican Rep. Newt Gingrich predicted: "The tax increase will kill jobs and lead to a recession, and the recession will force people off of work and onto unemployment and will actually increase the deficit." But just the opposite happened. Fears of inflation waned and interest rates fell, making money cheaper to borrow for homes, cars and investment. What had been a slow economic recovery turned into a roaring boom, bringing in so much unanticipated tax revenue from rising incomes and stock-market gains that the government actually was running record surpluses by the time Clinton left office.
You were a history teacher? Really?
DBWriter wrote:
I didn't see anything in your post about Clinton threatening to veto the budgets over welfare reform, then caving to the Republican budgets when the entire country thought he was an idiot, and the 1994 elections were a very predictable slaughter. Also, that was the year of HillaryCare and the Jocylyn Elders clown act. That was also the year of the Samalis made Clinton look like an ignorant buffoon.
That was also the years Clinton's idiocy caused the sitting Speaker of the House to lose the election in his district for the first time in the history of the United States.
You really need a history lesson. You don't know shit about American history.
Yet another example of you jousting with a windmill. None of this matters because you offer nothing to replace everything you rant against. Even if your dream to bring the entire government down comes true it would have to be replaced with something other than anarchy. You are nothing more than a frustrated whiner asking dumbass pointless questions.
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#1022837 Nov 13, 2013
Emeem wrote:
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The good news is that if Obama's approval rating dips to 1 percent he will still be President for THREE more years. The bad news for you is that you'll still be a moron forever.
"We can admit that there are some real, deep, fundamental problems with this president." James Carville.

You voted for the winner and liar obama and still lost making you a bigger loser you idiot.. How's that working out for you?

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