Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1394959 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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new yawk

Latham, NY

#1054116 Jan 4, 2014
Visiting my in laws in Albany.
Got vagina issues.
new yawk

Latham, NY

#1054117 Jan 4, 2014
I'm on disability. Got cankles. Hairy ones.
new yawk

Latham, NY

#1054118 Jan 4, 2014
Have any of you other tea baggers ever just said " fk it I'm fat and proud"?
new yawk

Latham, NY

#1054119 Jan 4, 2014
JBH wrote:
Iraq city falls fully into hands of al-Qaida group
By QASSIM ABDUL-ZAHRA, Associated Press
POSTED: 01/04/14, 1:14 PM PST |
BAGHDAD (AP)— The city center of Iraq’s Fallujah has fallen completely into the hands of fighters from the al-Qaida-linked Islamic State in Iraq and Levant, police said Saturday, yet another victory for the hardline group that has made waves across the region in recent days.
ISIL is also one of the strongest rebel units in Syria, where it has imposed a strict version of Islamic law in territories it holds and kidnapped and killed anyone it deems critical of its rule. Also on Saturday, it claimed responsibility for a suicide car bombing in a Shiite-dominated neighborhood in Lebanon.
==========
From what is described by the above, US policy appears to promote and build the Al-Qaeda groups.
Obama has not learned the lesson of Iraq as he wanted to strike Syria to support the Muslim rebels.
Lots of Muslim elements came from Chechen, the west and everywhere to join the rebels in Syria while Al-Qaeda went in as well, since Obama favored them and was on the rebels side, that Al-Qaeda loved the unrest violences created by Obama supporting rebels.
Syria is the work of Russia to restrict and deter Muslim and AL-QAEDA terror groups so that Syria could not have too much difficulty to fight rebels.
In Libya, Obama also built the Al-Qaeda there subsequently that Libya is not really stable.
So to speak, no government US helped installing is stable and secure, including the current Iraq government.
Saddam was the one who would deter and reject Al-Qaeda entrance.
If the present Iraq government would be run down or overthrown through more than 9 years of turbulent continuous violences, what is the point of liberation for the regime change?
But more than 8 years of unrest in Iraq is termed un-savable as a big failure, which is viewed as evil and ugly to still start that sort of venture in the new world.
Who says what the MISSION ACCOMPLISHED means, as that is only Bush on Aircraft-carrier by saying so?
Facts did show that when Biden was in Iraq, he DECLARED loudly that was A MISSION ACCOMPLISHED that Obama said so.
For this means approving the mission, as real facts exhibit that US is still supporting what is left-over in Iraq, that tells that Obama approves and supports that MISSION ACCOMPLISHED -- the Mission being telling lies by invasion for regime change OF supporting the current Iraq government subsequently, as examples of sending Helfire missiles and unmanned aircrafts to fight AL-QAEDA GROUPS prove that is the case.
If he does not support the mission of US intrusion for installing a new government, why would Obama just let them fight it out in Iraq, instead of carrying over to handle what is left from that Bush had done?
Sending Helfire missiles and unmanned aircrafts to Iraq would mean supporting the mission of overthrowing Saddam for a new robot government by committing genocides and torture.
If there was no mission, the story had ended as it was a major error in the Iraq case that Iraq is now equal to Vietnam, that it is only Iraqi business with no more US participation as the example -- the sending missiles is equal to supporting the mission.
It might become true of what Bush had started would become voided--that is, that present Iraq government could be gone anytime AND SOME DAY.
Logical paradox is based on facts shown.
I've always been a big supporter of that idiot George bush and his personal war with Iraq.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#1054120 Jan 4, 2014
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
Why do you insist on projecting Reagan's and H.W. Bush's actions onto Obama? Guilty conscience? Perhaps you need a refresher course in who sold arms to Al Queda. Hint: It wasn't Obama.
If the Magic Negro causes Federal income taxes to quadruple and I complain, you and your sycophant ilk will point to Lincoln and accuse him of originating the income tax. It was Abe's fault and not the Black Messiah.

If I complain about the Magic Negro handing out millions of free cellphones to brotha, you'll blame Reagan, Bush and Jesus Christ on the technicality that Reagan originated helping poor people with their Landline Phone Bills and not handing out free cellphones which didn't yet exist.

Love of Money is the root of all evil and so the Progressive Wu Mao Dang Club Members will blame the Minoans and Arab traders instead of Al Capone and Bernie Madoff.

This sort of reasoning is wholly based in your partisan propaganda along with a small mind and not in sound reasoning.

“Peace on Earth”

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#1054121 Jan 4, 2014
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
Did you see the article some ditz posted in Rolling Stone
Here is some of his commentary
"1. Guaranteed Work for Everybody
Unemployment blows. The easiest and most direct solution is for the government to guarantee that everyone who wants to contribute productively to society is able to earn a decent living in the public sector.
[...]
2. Social Security for All
But let’s think even bigger. Because as much as unemployment blows, so do jobs. What if people didn’t have to work to survive?
[...]
3. Take Back The Land
Ever noticed how much landlords blow? They don’t really do anything to earn their money. They just claim ownership of buildings and charge people who actually work for a living the majority of our incomes for the privilege of staying in boxes that these owners often didn’t build and rarely if ever improve.
[...]

Ray thought it was satire but it turns out this as bright as the guy gets and he is serious.
NO, I will not provide a link to the moron's article. Look it up if curious.
Parts you left out:

"1. Guaranteed Work for Everybody
Imagine a world where people could contribute the skills that inspire them – teaching, tutoring, urban farming, cleaning up the environment, painting murals – rather than telemarketing or whatever other stupid tasks bosses need done to supplement their millions. Sounds nice, doesn't it?

2. Social Security for All
We live in the age of 3D printers and self-replicating robots. Actual human workers are increasingly surplus to requirement – that's one major reason why we have such a big unemployment problem. A universal basic income would address this epidemic at the root...

3. Take Back The Land
The most mainstream way of flipping the script is a simple land-value tax. By targeting wealthy real estate owners and their free rides, we can fight inequality and poverty directly, make disastrous asset price bubbles impossible and curb Wall Street's hideous bloat.

4. Make Everything Owned by Everybody
Just buy up their stocks and bonds. When the government does that, it's called a sovereign wealth fund. Think of it like a big investment fund that buys up assets from the private sector and pays dividends to all permanent U.S. residents in the form of a universal basic income. Alaska actually already has a fund like this in place.

5. A Public Bank in Every State
There is only one state that currently has a public option for banking: North Dakota. When North Dakotans pay state taxes, the money gets deposited in the state's bank, which in turn offers cheap loans to farmers, students and businesses. The Bank of North Dakota doesn't make seedy, destined-to-default loans, slice them up inscrutably and sell them on a secondary market. It doesn't play around with incomprehensible derivatives and allow its executives to extract billions of dollars. It just makes loans and works with debtors to pay them off. Sounds nice, doesn't it?

Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/fiv...

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#1054122 Jan 4, 2014
JBH wrote:
Iraq city falls fully into hands of al-Qaida group
By QASSIM ABDUL-ZAHRA, Associated Press
POSTED: 01/04/14, 1:14 PM PST |
BAGHDAD (AP)— The city center of Iraq’s Fallujah has fallen completely into the hands of fighters from the al-Qaida-linked Islamic State in Iraq and Levant, police said Saturday, yet another victory for the hardline group that has made waves across the region in recent days.
ISIL is also one of the strongest rebel units in Syria, where it has imposed a strict version of Islamic law in territories it holds and kidnapped and killed anyone it deems critical of its rule. Also on Saturday, it claimed responsibility for a suicide car bombing in a Shiite-dominated neighborhood in Lebanon.
==========
From what is described by the above, US policy appears to promote and build the Al-Qaeda groups.
Obama has not learned the lesson of Iraq as he wanted to strike Syria to support the Muslim rebels.
Lots of Muslim elements came from Chechen, the west and everywhere to join the rebels in Syria while Al-Qaeda went in as well, since Obama favored them and was on the rebels side, that Al-Qaeda loved the unrest violences created by Obama supporting rebels.
Syria is the work of Russia to restrict and deter Muslim and AL-QAEDA terror groups so that Syria could not have too much difficulty to fight rebels.
In Libya, Obama also built the Al-Qaeda there subsequently that Libya is not really stable.
So to speak, no government US helped installing is stable and secure, including the current Iraq government.
Saddam was the one who would deter and reject Al-Qaeda entrance.
If the present Iraq government would be run down or overthrown through more than 9 years of turbulent continuous violences, what is the point of liberation for the regime change?
But more than 8 years of unrest in Iraq is termed un-savable as a big failure, which is viewed as evil and ugly to still start that sort of venture in the new world.
Who says what the MISSION ACCOMPLISHED means, as that is only Bush on Aircraft-carrier by saying so?
Facts did show that when Biden was in Iraq, he DECLARED loudly that was A MISSION ACCOMPLISHED that Obama said so.
For this means approving the mission, as real facts exhibit that US is still supporting what is left-over in Iraq, that tells that Obama approves and supports that MISSION ACCOMPLISHED -- the Mission being telling lies by invasion for regime change OF supporting the current Iraq government subsequently, as examples of sending Helfire missiles and unmanned aircrafts to fight AL-QAEDA GROUPS prove that is the case.
If he does not support the mission of US intrusion for installing a new government, why would Obama just let them fight it out in Iraq, instead of carrying over to handle what is left from that Bush had done?
Sending Helfire missiles and unmanned aircrafts to Iraq would mean supporting the mission of overthrowing Saddam for a new robot government by committing genocides and torture.
If there was no mission, the story had ended as it was a major error in the Iraq case that Iraq is now equal to Vietnam, that it is only Iraqi business with no more US participation as the example -- the sending missiles is equal to supporting the mission.
It might become true of what Bush had started would become voided--that is, that present Iraq government could be gone anytime AND SOME DAY.
Logical paradox is based on facts shown.
Imagine Little Alvin Sharpton or Jesse Poverty Pimp Jackson as the U.S. President.

This is what we effectively have at this moment.

And Chris Mathews is wetting his shorts.

Since: May 11

New Oxford, PA

#1054124 Jan 4, 2014
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
If the Magic Negro causes Federal income taxes to quadruple and I complain, you and your sycophant ilk will point to Lincoln and accuse him of originating the income tax. It was Abe's fault and not the Black Messiah.
If I complain about the Magic Negro handing out millions of free cellphones to brotha, you'll blame Reagan, Bush and Jesus Christ on the technicality that Reagan originated helping poor people with their Landline Phone Bills and not handing out free cellphones which didn't yet exist.
Love of Money is the root of all evil and so the Progressive Wu Mao Dang Club Members will blame the Minoans and Arab traders instead of Al Capone and Bernie Madoff.
This sort of reasoning is wholly based in your partisan propaganda along with a small mind and not in sound reasoning.
Wow,yet anther racist post from the racist f*ck.

My God you right whiners are surely a bunch of ignorant, uneducated, uninformed jackasses.
new yawk

Latham, NY

#1054125 Jan 4, 2014
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
Imagine Little Alvin Sharpton or Jesse Poverty Pimp Jackson as the U.S. President.
This is what we effectively have at this moment.
And Chris Mathews is wetting his shorts.
You speak of African Americans as if your daughter is currently sucking one dry.
I'm a proud mother of a black in law.
new yawk

Latham, NY

#1054126 Jan 4, 2014
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
Parts you left out:
"1. Guaranteed Work for Everybody
Imagine a world where people could contribute the skills that inspire them – teaching, tutoring, urban farming, cleaning up the environment, painting murals – rather than telemarketing or whatever other stupid tasks bosses need done to supplement their millions. Sounds nice, doesn't it?
2. Social Security for All
We live in the age of 3D printers and self-replicating robots. Actual human workers are increasingly surplus to requirement – that's one major reason why we have such a big unemployment problem. A universal basic income would address this epidemic at the root...
3. Take Back The Land
The most mainstream way of flipping the script is a simple land-value tax. By targeting wealthy real estate owners and their free rides, we can fight inequality and poverty directly, make disastrous asset price bubbles impossible and curb Wall Street's hideous bloat.
4. Make Everything Owned by Everybody
Just buy up their stocks and bonds. When the government does that, it's called a sovereign wealth fund. Think of it like a big investment fund that buys up assets from the private sector and pays dividends to all permanent U.S. residents in the form of a universal basic income. Alaska actually already has a fund like this in place.
5. A Public Bank in Every State
There is only one state that currently has a public option for banking: North Dakota. When North Dakotans pay state taxes, the money gets deposited in the state's bank, which in turn offers cheap loans to farmers, students and businesses. The Bank of North Dakota doesn't make seedy, destined-to-default loans, slice them up inscrutably and sell them on a secondary market. It doesn't play around with incomprehensible derivatives and allow its executives to extract billions of dollars. It just makes loans and works with debtors to pay them off. Sounds nice, doesn't it?
Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/fiv...
She's a dirty bird that one is.
Dumb
Deceitful
And yet hillbilly ignorant enough to stick around.

Since: Dec 12

Europe

#1054127 Jan 4, 2014
Obama the next president
Nobody contest
See at face5ive.com
Face5ive.com
Face5ive.com

Since: May 11

New Oxford, PA

#1054128 Jan 4, 2014
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
Your first sentence gives you away.
"one time built battery "???? They must get recycled, azzhole.
"...drilling for oil, transporting it, refining it, and transporting it to your fueling station."???
Lithium and Aluminum are both mined, transported, refined ....Aluminum is refined inside of electric ovens.....and then formed...
You need to be recycled right now, DumbDave.
You complain about the emissions in mining, etc to build that battery. It is built once during the life time of the car. So that battery creates no more emissions.

Meanwhile the gasoline engine produces emissions every mile it is run.

The idea you don't get that proves just how dumb to you are.

But I knew that already because of your history of racist comments & racists are always ignorant dumbasses.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#1054129 Jan 4, 2014
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
No offense intended but Biomass, Wind Turbine, Solar, etc. are, to me, stopgap measures that are more like Science Projects than serious Energy Solutions for humanity. When the gubbermint starts handing out free money for "free" energy, of course we will hear about all the glories of Solar, Wind Turbines and EVs. Chris Mathews wets himself over it and Charlie Rose has an altar built to it.
We need game changers and not simply extensions of my High School Lab class.
Fusion is one possibility but not likely. There is an industry joke that goes like this: "Fusion will forever be ready in ten years".
Fundamental Physics is the only store in town. We need to frequent it more often.
There is a guy whose name escapes me at this moment - he's of Indian descent - and he is one of the original founders of Cysco? Anyways, he is now a very successful Angel Investor with a lot of new technology successes beneath his belt.
He feels the same way I do. He strongly believes that government has no business subsidizing energy schemes. Good technology should be able to stand on its own. Anything less and the market should kill it via Adam Smith. The Magic Negro's record with the Solyndra rip-offs testifies to this.
If we keep playing footsie with the renewables, the Magic Negro will have us subsidizing Horse Whips into the next century.
Never said anything about the government. I'm going to build one for my house along with vertical wind turbines. I'm going to have the power company paying me instead of me paying them.

Since: Dec 12

Europe

#1054130 Jan 4, 2014
Nobody contest,, Obama is the best. Join us at
Face5ive.com for more

Face5ive.com
Whatever

Scottsbluff, NE

#1054131 Jan 4, 2014
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
Parts you left out:
"1. Guaranteed Work for Everybody
Imagine a world where people could contribute the skills that inspire them – teaching, tutoring, urban farming, cleaning up the environment, painting murals – rather than telemarketing or whatever other stupid tasks bosses need done to supplement their millions. Sounds nice, doesn't it?
2. Social Security for All
We live in the age of 3D printers and self-replicating robots. Actual human workers are increasingly surplus to requirement – that's one major reason why we have such a big unemployment problem. A universal basic income would address this epidemic at the root...
3. Take Back The Land
The most mainstream way of flipping the script is a simple land-value tax. By targeting wealthy real estate owners and their free rides, we can fight inequality and poverty directly, make disastrous asset price bubbles impossible and curb Wall Street's hideous bloat.
4. Make Everything Owned by Everybody
Just buy up their stocks and bonds. When the government does that, it's called a sovereign wealth fund. Think of it like a big investment fund that buys up assets from the private sector and pays dividends to all permanent U.S. residents in the form of a universal basic income. Alaska actually already has a fund like this in place.
5. A Public Bank in Every State
There is only one state that currently has a public option for banking: North Dakota. When North Dakotans pay state taxes, the money gets deposited in the state's bank, which in turn offers cheap loans to farmers, students and businesses. The Bank of North Dakota doesn't make seedy, destined-to-default loans, slice them up inscrutably and sell them on a secondary market. It doesn't play around with incomprehensible derivatives and allow its executives to extract billions of dollars. It just makes loans and works with debtors to pay them off. Sounds nice, doesn't it?
Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/fiv...
Really doesn't make him sound any brighter.

The man is a twenty something wanting a free ride in life.

Since: Dec 12

Europe

#1054132 Jan 4, 2014
Obama is the Best No body contest,,,Join the new Network and create your connection @

Face5ive.com
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Since: May 11

New Oxford, PA

#1054133 Jan 4, 2014
EasyEed wrote:
<quoted text>
"real dumb"
Do you think dams are a source of green power? How much fossil fuel was used to get the materials to the dam site? The workers to the dam site? The production of the materials used to build the dam? To build the power lines that transmit the energy?
You are dumb.
Peace
KMA
Happy New Year
My God, another right whiner that thinks to be green you can't be manufactured, mined, etc.

How the f*ck did you peopler get this stupid??

If someone invented a car that an on air & had no emissions. dumbf*ck Eed would complain that it was manufactured.

Being green does not mean no emissions, ever.

My God
ptbw forever

United States

#1054134 Jan 4, 2014
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
"ptbw forever":
I really feel sorry for you idiots. It is pretty pathetic that you have to imagine your opposition as what you feel is the lowest common denominator to feel legitimate in this world.
While I am flattered that you decided to use my quote so many times, you are definitely doing it wrong.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#1054135 Jan 4, 2014
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
No offense intended but Biomass, Wind Turbine, Solar, etc. are, to me, stopgap measures that are more like Science Projects than serious Energy Solutions for humanity. When the gubbermint starts handing out free money for "free" energy, of course we will hear about all the glories of Solar, Wind Turbines and EVs. Chris Mathews wets himself over it and Charlie Rose has an altar built to it.
We need game changers and not simply extensions of my High School Lab class.
Fusion is one possibility but not likely. There is an industry joke that goes like this: "Fusion will forever be ready in ten years".
Fundamental Physics is the only store in town. We need to frequent it more often.
There is a guy whose name escapes me at this moment - he's of Indian descent - and he is one of the original founders of Cysco? Anyways, he is now a very successful Angel Investor with a lot of new technology successes beneath his belt.
He feels the same way I do. He strongly believes that government has no business subsidizing energy schemes. Good technology should be able to stand on its own. Anything less and the market should kill it via Adam Smith. The Magic Negro's record with the Solyndra rip-offs testifies to this.
If we keep playing footsie with the renewables, the Magic Negro will have us subsidizing Horse Whips into the next century.
Helium-3 will be mined from the moon in the next 25 years. The US is falling farther behind every year the clown is in the White House.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#1054137 Jan 4, 2014
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow,yet anther racist post from the racist f*ck.
My God you right whiners are surely a bunch of ignorant, uneducated, uninformed jackasses.
Don't invoke God into your racist jibes here, Dood.

You might get struck down.

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