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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Whatever

Gering, NE

#1048611 Dec 28, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
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stupid......
March 23, 2009.
Right-wing ‘tea party’ protest in Orlando features signs calling for the impeachment of President Obama.
http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2009/03/23/...
maybe from day one.
You are still spinning. You really cannot focus on what is said.
No Surprize

Largo, FL

#1048612 Dec 28, 2013
The consequences of gay sex rimming...

In third-world countries, the drinking water supply often gets contaminated with feces, resulting in a disease outbreak. Homosexuals, however, get (shit) feces directly from the source via rimming too.

Not surprisingly, the worms and microbes that occupy their digestive tracts span a good range of parasite diversity: Neisseria gonorrhea, herpes simplex virus, Chlamydia trachomatis, Treponema pallidum, Campylobacter jejuni, Campylobacter fetus fetus, Shigella flexneri, Entamoeba histolytica, Clostridium difficile, Giardia lamblia, and many others, including worms.

It's the culture....
Waxman from Hamilton

UK

#1048613 Dec 28, 2013
Like Wooowwww!!'m hoping for an unethical 200 peanuts from a teabagger today. It will confirm the teabagging mind hates.
Come on fire off that script! Hate! I feel sorry for you, but I expect it (my desperation that is). I am an excellent mental subject, a Dweeb.

Bwaaaaaaaaaaaahahaaa!!

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#1048614 Dec 28, 2013
Removal of chemical weapons from Syria will miss deadline: watchdog
By Georgina Prodhan, Reuters
VIENNA — The removal of deadly toxins from Syria under an international effort to rid the nation of its chemical arsenal will likely miss a December 31 deadline, the global chemical arms watchdog said.
Bad weather and shifting battlefronts in Syria's civil war have delayed the delivery of essential supplies to sites where the toxins are being prepared to be sent to Latakia port, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said.
"A delay will probably occur," Franz Krawinkler, the OPCW's logistics head told Austrian ORF state television on Saturday.
"Because of various external influences, including the weather... certain logistical supplies that are needed for this transport, could not be delivered in time."

Syria has agreed to abandon its chemical weapons by next June under a deal proposed by Russia and hashed out with the United States, after an August 21 sarin gas attack that Western nations blamed on President Bashar al-Assad's government.
Damascus agreed to transport the "most critical" chemicals, including around 20 tons of mustard nerve agent, out of the northern port of Latakia by December 31 to be safely destroyed abroad away from the war zone.
A Russian diplomat was also quoted as saying on Friday that the deadline would be missed because the toxins that can be used to make sarin, VX gas and other agents still faced a potentially hazardous trip to the port of Latakia.
"The removal has not yet begun," Russia's RIA news agency quoted Mikhail Ulyanov as saying after an international meeting on the chemical arms removal effort.
Russia, which has given Assad crucial support during the nearly three-year-old civil conflict in Syria, airlifted 75 armored vehicles and trucks to the nation last week to carry chemicals to Latakia.
Syrian government forces took control of a key highway connecting Damascus to the coast earlier this month, but Ulyanov said the trip could still be treacherous.
"They will have to be taken on dangerous roads, there are several dangerous stretches," RIA quoted Ulyanov, head of the Foreign Ministry's disarmament department, as saying.
He also said experts from several countries, the United Nations and OPCW had reached a "common understanding of the main points" of a plan to get the toxins from the port into international waters, but gave no details.
Ulyanov said on Wednesday that while they were in Syrian waters, Russian and Chinese warships would escort the Danish and Norwegian container ships that are to carry the toxins away for destruction further from the war zone.
The OPCW's Krawinkler said the weather-related closure of the main Beirut-Damascus transport route, as well as constantly shifting battlefronts, were hampering the delivery of logistical supplies and lorries to the toxin storage sites.
The head of the OPCW had said earlier this month the deadline could be missed.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1048615 Dec 28, 2013
Emeem wrote:
<quoted text>
You're obviously getting off writing about your perception of gay sex. You and many of your friends here show an unusual interest in something they claim to despise. Normal people simply don't participate in activities they aren't interested in. Only those that are afraid they will be "roped into" activities they are struggling to avoid are angered by the temptation.
Your arm chair psychology is as pathetic as your logic.

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#1048616 Dec 28, 2013
A&E sides with money...throws GLAAD/Black Americans under bus..

''Duck Dynasty': A&E lifts suspension on Phil Robertson'

http://insidetv.ew.com/2013/12/27/duck-dynast...
Waxman from Hamilton

UK

#1048617 Dec 28, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
The consequences of gay sex rimming...
In third-world countries, the drinking water supply often gets contaminated with feces, resulting in a disease outbreak. Homosexuals, however, get (shit) feces directly from the source via rimming too.
Not surprisingly, the worms and microbes that occupy their digestive tracts span a good range of parasite diversity: Neisseria gonorrhea, herpes simplex virus, Chlamydia trachomatis, Treponema pallidum, Campylobacter jejuni, Campylobacter fetus fetus, Shigella flexneri, Entamoeba histolytica, Clostridium difficile, Giardia lamblia, and many others, including worms.
It's the culture....
Whooooaaaa! I think you and I better be a little more careful in the future then!!!! Who knew??

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#1048618 Dec 28, 2013
Obama and Foreign policy...

KSA...

'“The bond of trust between America and Saudi Arabia has been broken in the Obama years," al-Ibrahim said. "We feel we have been stabbed in the back by Obama."

"Every time that Obama had to choose between his enemies and his friends, he always chose his enemies," he said. "We don't know what he's putting in his tea."

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/12/27/sau...

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#1048619 Dec 28, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>You homosexuals should understand that just because we are required to tolerate (them) YOU in legal matters does not mean that we need to accept and/or approve (their)
YOUR diseased deviant behavior. The next thing you'll all want to be called is normal...
While you homosexuals vehemently reject being considered mentally ill, You dumbass have no problems regarding those who dislike your homosexuality as mentally ill.
It's the culture....
I was merely pointing out YOUR latent homosexuality. Its obvious from the extreme emotions it brings to the surface as you fight off your desires. I'm a very contented heterosexual only interested in protecting the rights of my fellow Americans. I don't share your prurient interest in what others do in their bedrooms.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#1048620 Dec 28, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
Your arm chair psychology is as pathetic as your logic.
You'll have to wait your turn, I can only treat one latent homosexual at a time. Take a number, there's a lot of them sitting on the right side of the room.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1048621 Dec 28, 2013
flack wrote:
Removal of chemical weapons from Syria will miss deadline: watchdog
By Georgina Prodhan, Reuters
VIENNA — The removal of deadly toxins from Syria under an international effort to rid the nation of its chemical arsenal will likely miss a December 31 deadline, the global chemical arms watchdog said.
Bad weather and shifting battlefronts in Syria's civil war have delayed the delivery of essential supplies to sites where the toxins are being prepared to be sent to Latakia port, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said.
"A delay will probably occur," Franz Krawinkler, the OPCW's logistics head told Austrian ORF state television on Saturday.
"Because of various external influences, including the weather... certain logistical supplies that are needed for this transport, could not be delivered in time."
Syria has agreed to abandon its chemical weapons by next June under a deal proposed by Russia and hashed out with the United States, after an August 21 sarin gas attack that Western nations blamed on President Bashar al-Assad's government.
Damascus agreed to transport the "most critical" chemicals, including around 20 tons of mustard nerve agent, out of the northern port of Latakia by December 31 to be safely destroyed abroad away from the war zone.
A Russian diplomat was also quoted as saying on Friday that the deadline would be missed because the toxins that can be used to make sarin, VX gas and other agents still faced a potentially hazardous trip to the port of Latakia.
"The removal has not yet begun," Russia's RIA news agency quoted Mikhail Ulyanov as saying after an international meeting on the chemical arms removal effort.
Russia, which has given Assad crucial support during the nearly three-year-old civil conflict in Syria, airlifted 75 armored vehicles and trucks to the nation last week to carry chemicals to Latakia.
Syrian government forces took control of a key highway connecting Damascus to the coast earlier this month, but Ulyanov said the trip could still be treacherous.
"They will have to be taken on dangerous roads, there are several dangerous stretches," RIA quoted Ulyanov, head of the Foreign Ministry's disarmament department, as saying.
He also said experts from several countries, the United Nations and OPCW had reached a "common understanding of the main points" of a plan to get the toxins from the port into international waters, but gave no details.
Ulyanov said on Wednesday that while they were in Syrian waters, Russian and Chinese warships would escort the Danish and Norwegian container ships that are to carry the toxins away for destruction further from the war zone.
The OPCW's Krawinkler said the weather-related closure of the main Beirut-Damascus transport route, as well as constantly shifting battlefronts, were hampering the delivery of logistical supplies and lorries to the toxin storage sites.
The head of the OPCW had said earlier this month the deadline could be missed.
This comes as no surprise as the logistics in doing this was very difficult and add in no one knows for sure how much there is. This whole program does not address the Rebel's stash of the deadly gas.
Jose Maria Campos Verga

Los Angeles, CA

#1048622 Dec 28, 2013
Wher iz my boyfriend Lily at? She has a funky penis dat Jose jus loves to play wit
Waxman from Hamilton

London, UK

#1048623 Dec 28, 2013
Waxman from Hamilton wrote:
<quoted text>
How's the weather on the Moon today, nutcase? Have another drink. Have a nice day, NERD!
Only you liberals are nerds.
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#1048624 Dec 28, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
You are still spinning. You really cannot focus on what is said.
you're the one that turned the table.

and now look at you. you've posited 'maybe' for so long you don't even know how to act when you're attacking it.
No Surprize

Largo, FL

#1048625 Dec 28, 2013
Waxman from Hamilton wrote:
<quoted text>
Whooooaaaa! I think you and I better be a little more careful in the future then!!!! Who knew??
Gay Bowel Syndrome and other Consequences of Anal Eroticism in Homosexuals...

For a period following receptive anal sex, the internal anal sphincter your ass is stretched and is unable to contract strongly, thereby failing to completely seal the anal opening until the muscle regains its original tone.

Repetitive anal sex, especially with large penises or rectal insertions of large objects may damage the internal anal sphincter, thereby preventing complete sealing of the anus, and leading to fecal mucus seepage (anal or fecal incontinence).

Additionally, anal sex exacerbates fecal seepage by stimulating colonic motility, which sends feces from the colon down into the lower rectum.

The soiling of clothes from fecal seepage is a problem for many of you homosexuals requiring diapers for your dumbass too...

Goldstone mentioned a study where 25% of you homosexuals that practiced anoreceptive intercourse and 50% of you AIDS-afflicted homosexuals had anal incontinence compared to a 3% rate among heterosexual men..

It's the culture...
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#1048626 Dec 28, 2013
Somebody Has to Be Wrong About Obamacare

A CNN poll taken last week showed that many Americans are exaggerating the effect of Obamacare on their own lives. As I wrote on Tuesday, this suggests the law will get a bump in public support over the next few months, as the widely anticipated negative consequences don't materialize for most people outside the health-care insurance exchanges.

The poll is interesting for another reason: It suggests that the public's divergent views on Obamacare don't reflect different opinions about the proper role of government, so much as wildly different understandings about what the law will mean for the average American. Here's the thing: They can't both be right.

Start with this question: "Do you think you and members of your family will or will not be able to receive care from the same doctors you see now?" That isn't a question about political preferences; it's asking respondents to make a prediction of fact.

So the difference is startling: 79 percent of Democrats said they'll be able to keep their doctor, compared with just 44 percent of Republicans -- almost a 2-to-1 gap. Unless doctors start dropping patients according to their party affiliation, those two groups can't both be right.

The same is true for a question about whether people expect to pay for medical care. Here the gap is even larger: 86 percent of Republicans said yes, compared with just 47 percent of Democrats. Again, unless insurers structure co-payments and deductibles by party, they can't both be right.

Based on those numbers, one of two things will happen in 2014. The first is that access to doctors will fall and the cost of care will go up for most Americans; Democrats will (gradually) realize they've been misled, and support for the law will collapse.

The second possibility is that access to doctors and the cost of care won't change for most Americans; Republicans will (gradually) realize they've been misled, and the case against Obamacare will disintegrate for the average voter. Fear of that outcome may explain why Republican leaders have been so frantic in trying to undermine the law now -- they're afraid that once their base realizes the warnings about Obamacare were wrong, they will stop paying attention.

It seems almost unnecessary to note, a week before the law's coverage provisions take effect, that the vast majority of Americans who get their insurance outside the exchanges won't see any big difference in cost or in their ability to see their own doctor. Unnecessary, because whether you agree with me or not, we're about to find out. All we know for sure is that somebody is wrong.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-12-26/some...
Waxman from Hamilton

UK

#1048627 Dec 28, 2013
Jose Maria Campos Verga wrote:
Wher iz my boyfriend Lily at? She has a funky penis dat Jose jus loves to play wit
You can play wit mine anytime Jose!!! As soon as I return from across the pond I will get in touch!!!!!!!!!
Whatever

Gering, NE

#1048628 Dec 28, 2013
Emeem wrote:
<quoted text>
I was merely pointing out YOUR latent homosexuality. Its obvious from the extreme emotions it brings to the surface as you fight off your desires. I'm a very contented heterosexual only interested in protecting the rights of my fellow Americans. I don't share your prurient interest in what others do in their bedrooms.
Your extreme hate towards anyone who disapproves of your life style is not latent at all. If you want to claim you have the high road then stop acting like a quack therapist.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1048629 Dec 28, 2013
The nMe Within wrote:
<quoted text>
We have ourselves a bonafide liar right here. But to those who already admitted the truth I say this... You should fined better people to follow. Your entire party is a mess.
No one is going to allow you to win the House if Obama Care proves to be helping people. You all will be kissing Hillary's ass for another 2 DEM terms. lol
Obamacare will help some at a huge expense to others.

Look at it this way. If you were getting by working your tail off and forced to pay your neighbor's doctor's bills as well as your own, you'd probably become resentful.

Many in the middle class are not wealthy and work hard but still have to pay out the wazoo for their own health insurance and now somebody else's.

There were far better solutions but democrats preferred big government intrusion into our health care as a way to redistribute the wealth.

Is this your idea of fair? Or the ideal solution? Creating resentment and hardship on the middle class? Just to level some playing field?
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#1048630 Dec 28, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>Gay Bowel Syndrome and other Consequences of Anal Eroticism in Homosexuals...
For a period following receptive anal sex, the internal anal sphincter your ass is stretched and is unable to contract strongly, thereby failing to completely seal the anal opening until the muscle regains its original tone.
Repetitive anal sex, especially with large penises or rectal insertions of large objects may damage the internal anal sphincter, thereby preventing complete sealing of the anus, and leading to fecal mucus seepage (anal or fecal incontinence).
Additionally, anal sex exacerbates fecal seepage by stimulating colonic motility, which sends feces from the colon down into the lower rectum.
The soiling of clothes from fecal seepage is a problem for many of you homosexuals requiring diapers for your dumbass too...
Goldstone mentioned a study where 25% of you homosexuals that practiced anoreceptive intercourse and 50% of you AIDS-afflicted homosexuals had anal incontinence compared to a 3% rate among heterosexual men..
It's the culture...
that seems to be a lot of information for a non-gay person to be aware of.

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