Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1403643 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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No Surprize

Largo, FL

#1053900 Jan 4, 2014
dem tea bagging Eman wrote:
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American thinker?
Sounds like something an idiot libertarian would read.
It's the culture...

Since: Aug 13

Bozeman, MT

#1053901 Jan 4, 2014
Benghazi is Hillary's weak spot. This is where John Kerry is most likely to start an anti-Hillary whisper campaign. The more Benghazi denials come out, the stronger the stop-Hillary campaign will grow in the power circles of the Democratic Party. That's how Pravda did it, and that is how the Democrats do it today.

In the absence of real news, we have to treat our phony media the way Machiavelli dealt with court rumors in Florence. Never believe a word. Instead, just ask, "Cui bono?" -- "Who benefits?" It's like Texas poker, where nobody ever shows his cards.

To get real news, there is now a wealth of sources on the web. They are worth reading -- not because they necessarily get it straight, but because they compete with each other. George Bernard Shaw once quipped that the British trial system puts two liars (lawyers) into court, and still expects the truth to emerge. That is a valid criticism. But it still helps to have a trial case argued from two plausible points of view. Competition is just as useful for web news. We may not get the full truth, but we'll get closer than any of the monopoly Party Media.

http://www.americanthinker.com/2014/01/danger...
Eman

Anonymous Proxy

#1053902 Jan 4, 2014
ptbw forever wrote:
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You would certainly know what idiots read.
Geez senator...you'd think a philosophical genius such as yourself would have a retort slightly above the IQ of a chimp.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#1053903 Jan 4, 2014
ptbw forever wrote:
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Anyone raised by trash like you would be easy pickings for a philosophical genius like myself in a debate. Your projection of your own ineptitude on to me is not working.
Btw, Democrats have a monopoly on high school dropouts. I am not a Democrat.
Wow!! Talk about delusional.

So how many philosophical geniuses work at the Louisville WalMart?? LOL

Do you geniuses have debates while unloading trucks in the warehouse??

You realy need to give up. Your silly boast of becoming a US Senator and annointing yourself a 'philosophical genius' shows you to be a not too bright child with an overactive imagination.

I've never seen anyone make as big a fool of themsel as you have today. I'llwager you make ten cents over minimum wage, you're such a genius!!

HACHACHACHA
Eman

Anonymous Proxy

#1053904 Jan 4, 2014
You tea baggers better hope I make a miraculous recovery or you are double fkd.

Since: Aug 13

Bozeman, MT

#1053905 Jan 4, 2014
Just remember these facts the far left wing nuts cannot deny:

What party benefits from keeping the poor poor?

What party benefits from keeping dependents dependent?

The democRAT party, that's who.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1053906 Jan 4, 2014
USAsince1680 wrote:
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I'm not sure how this is going to hold up under Justice Department scrutiny but at least the requirement to show ID when voting doesn't go into effect until 2016. It could work.
What I find more disturbing is the change in North Carolina's voting laws that specifies any ballots cast at the wrong polling station will be thrown out. Now, THAT seems very unconstitutional.
in many states, if you go to the incorrect polling place, your name will not be listed as a registered voter and you will be unable to vote...
Eman

Anonymous Proxy

#1053908 Jan 4, 2014
Ray Donovan wrote:
Benghazi is Hillary's weak spot. This is where John Kerry is most likely to start an anti-Hillary whisper campaign. The more Benghazi denials come out, the stronger the stop-Hillary campaign will grow in the power circles of the Democratic Party. That's how Pravda did it, and that is how the Democrats do it today.
In the absence of real news, we have to treat our phony media the way Machiavelli dealt with court rumors in Florence. Never believe a word. Instead, just ask, "Cui bono?" -- "Who benefits?" It's like Texas poker, where nobody ever shows his cards.
To get real news, there is now a wealth of sources on the web. They are worth reading -- not because they necessarily get it straight, but because they compete with each other. George Bernard Shaw once quipped that the British trial system puts two liars (lawyers) into court, and still expects the truth to emerge. That is a valid criticism. But it still helps to have a trial case argued from two plausible points of view. Competition is just as useful for web news. We may not get the full truth, but we'll get closer than any of the monopoly Party Media.
http://www.americanthinker.com/2014/01/danger...
Howdy kkkoward!
Another shovelful of sh it, lady?
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1053910 Jan 4, 2014
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
Provide proof that there was EVER any evidence of voter fraud in North Carolina. Tick Tock.
FACT: North Carolina was singled out as a state with a history of voter suppression.
proof of voter fraud is unnecessary...
Eman

Anonymous Proxy

#1053911 Jan 4, 2014
Ray Donovan wrote:
Just remember these facts the far left wing nuts cannot deny:
What party benefits from keeping the poor poor?
What party benefits from keeping dependents dependent?
The democRAT party, that's who.
We heard ya the first time ya high school drop out cop.
Eman

Anonymous Proxy

#1053913 Jan 4, 2014
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
in many states, if you go to the incorrect polling place, your name will not be listed as a registered voter and you will be unable to vote...
The racist hillbilly jag off is back for more of what he thinks he's ignoring.

Lol
No Surprize

Largo, FL

#1053914 Jan 4, 2014
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow!! Talk about delusional.
So how many philosophical geniuses work at the Louisville WalMart?? LOL
Do you geniuses have debates while unloading trucks in the warehouse??
You realy need to give up. Your silly boast of becoming a US Senator and annointing yourself a 'philosophical genius' shows you to be a not too bright child with an overactive imagination.
I've never seen anyone make as big a fool of themsel as you have today. I'llwager you make ten cents over minimum wage, you're such a genius!!
HACHACHACHA
Wow!! Talk about delusional.

Your tea bagging and bestiality fetishes are no secret either nuc...

knock.. knock..

It's the culture...

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#1053915 Jan 4, 2014
Whatever wrote:
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Nope. Are you still all butt hurt and whining?
Take a deep breath and reconnect with the universe.
You seem oddly attached to the term 'butt hurt'. You keep repeating it.

Indicates your husband likes to take your dirt road..........and your butt hurts.

HACHACHACHA
Eman

Anonymous Proxy

#1053916 Jan 4, 2014
John Galt wrote:
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proof of voter fraud is unnecessary...
Logically you should just take the word of an elderly shut in crippled racist.
ptbw forever

United States

#1053918 Jan 4, 2014
Nuculur option wrote:
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This nitwit shows up from time to time.
A dumb southern racist who thinks white supremacy is what America was created for.
One time he bragged about working at WalMart!!
After the thread erupted in laughter and disbelief, he left.
He will again, after making an even greater fool of himself.
Imagine, from WalMart to the US Senate!!
He's not too delusional, eh??
Priceless case of projection right here.

All I have to do is laugh at you wing nuts and watch you destroy yourselves with your hypocrisy and extremism.
Eman

Anonymous Proxy

#1053920 Jan 4, 2014
Topix can be fun if you are not fkn retarded.
Hence the tea bag terrorists and their plight.

“Peace on Earth”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#1053921 Jan 4, 2014
Whatever wrote:
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No state allows you to vote if your name is not on the voter roll. Why it is important to know which precinct to vote at as that polling place will have your name on the rolls.
However NC does not forbid someone from voting due to this problem
"If the election officials can not find your name on the list of registered voters when you go to vote, or if you encounter any other problem, you have the right to receive what is called a “Provisional Ballot.” You will have to fill out a form in addition to your ballot; the form helps the officials research your registration history. If your eligibility to vote is verified, your ballot will count like a regular ballot. You will be given a phone number and PIN number or a website to use to check the status of your Provisional Ballot and learn if it has been approved or rejected."
http://ncelectionconnection.com/voting-in-nc/
"However NC does not forbid someone from voting due to this problem."

WRONG ONCE AGAIN. Aren't you tired of looking like an idiot?

H.B. 389 "eliminates the ability for a provisional ballot to count if the voter casts it at the
wrong precinct."

The vote only counts if "officials" determine the voter was at the right precinct.

http://www.projectvote.org/blog/2013/08/north...
Eman

Anonymous Proxy

#1053922 Jan 4, 2014
Well it seems gunner is playing bad cop and denying denying denying.

It's the secret code of dumb cops.

So let's just make sure we use Ray Donovan instead of gunner.
Eman

Anonymous Proxy

#1053924 Jan 4, 2014
Like this!

Ray Donovan is an alleged wife beater that used to beat up old ladies when he had a badge and gun.

See?

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#1053925 Jan 4, 2014
John Galt wrote:
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proof of voter fraud is unnecessary...
Yeah!!

Since when do Teabaggers have to prove their radical lies??

Teabags should be able to say anything without any scrutiny.

Because they know they can't prove voter fraud..........per Nobraina's PA Secretary of State.

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JUL 24, 2012

""Tomorrow, Judge Robert Simpson will hear the case the ACLU has brought on behalf of Viviette Applewhite and others against the state of Pennsylvania for its new voter ID law. That case should be significantly bolstered by the admission from the state itself that there is no history of in-person voter fraud in the state. Essentially it's a law in search of a problem.""

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