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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Fertilizers used on farms makes sh*t grow too, yet it is considered a pollutant when too much gets into our waterways.
Wow! You are just a bundle of redundant, useless information, aren't you Dumb Dave?

What are you going to enlighten us with next?

That drinking alcohol is good in moderation but you can get sick if you drink too much?

Baaawwaahhhh!!!!

You really are full of yourself for a person of such limited mental capacity, liberal.

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Milking is typically done twice a day.
The milk haulers had a schedule. Milk cans were used but later replaced by bulk trucks.
you're not answering. I was asking specifically about her parents. You weren't there, were you?

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Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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Wow! You are just a bundle of redundant, useless information, aren't you Dumb Dave?
What are you going to enlighten us with next?
That drinking alcohol is good in moderation but you can get sick if you drink too much?
Baaawwaahhhh!!!!
You really are full of yourself for a person of such limited mental capacity, liberal.
Read the post to which I replied, dipstick.

Try to keep up
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forks_make_us_fat wrote:
...kinda economics...
long...work with me on this one...
"... But I came up with some additional calculations that will show you the parasites of society will rarely (bar political connections) ever live lives better than the hosts.
Of the roughly $67 trillion in wealth all American's have the "rich" (top 20%) are estimated to have $50 trillion of it. Let us magically say we confiscate this and
stock prices don't plummet
the rich don't hide assets
society doesn't collapse
people show up for work the next day
the electricity still runs
It won't, and the country would immediately go to shit, but let's just idealistically assume like only academians can.
That $50 trillion will have to be spread across the 260 million remaining Americans that aren't part of the 20%(and some of whom also happen to be children).
That is $192,000 per man, woman, and child, NOT in the upper 20%
Naturally, this does not make any of you hard-working people feel any better.$192,000 is certainly likely more than you make. But here's where the revenge comes in:
It's a one trick pony.
This isn't $192,000 per year, it's a ONE TIME PAYMENT that would have to last the rest of people's lives. Once such a confiscation of wealth occurred NOBODY in their right mind would dare to work so hard even again. Therefore, assuming the average person is going to live another 40 years or so, that is a whopping $4,800 per year.
$4,800 a year is not enough to solve the problems of the poor. And it is likely not enough to raise the average socialist parasite's wage to match or exceed yours. But if there is a source of revenge it is not so much the fact this $4,800 is not enough to raise the parasites to a standard of living on par or in excess of yours. It's the fact that the $4,800 is not going to be enough to solve the core problem of the parasites..."
http://captaincapitalism.blogspot.com/2014/01...
That's some real funny chit pforky. LOL with you it's as easy as looking at your source.

To your credit you don't hide it or bury it in the mile long context as the NY mutt and flack do.

Still.

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<quoted text> Republicans fight to deny Global Warming & their ilk hires scientists to bark their agenda.
And they always bring up Al Gore's name because he has made a success of the green message using the same Capitalist system the fossil fuelers use.
So they call him a hypocrite because he doesn't live in a tree house. I'll tell you what a hypocrite is, setting up dummy climate research organisations & web sites funded by Exxon & co on the pretence of saving the planet but what they are really about is saving their profits. Those same profits that YOU & I pay for on a daily basis. Yet we all help kill our environment by doing so, rather than spend our money elsewhere to give us a far better outcome.
Trying to discredit clean energy in favour of dirty is a blight on humanity, and in the end will cost us 10 times that of doing the right thing. One bad storm can cost a lot more than a few solar panels & wind turbines.
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Rush Limbaugh Says Obama Is a Dictator Because His Flag Was Too Big At NSA Speech

While hosting The Rush Limbaugh Show on Friday, Limbaugh made a statement that is silly even by his unbelievably low standards. When discussing President Obama’s NSA speech held earlier in the day. Limbaugh commented on the size of the American flags set behind the President. Rush then said that the flags are getting bigger with every speech, and that is a sure sign of a dictatorship.

Here is an excerpt of the transcript from the show:

RUSH: Did you happen to see the size of those flags behind Obama at the National Security Agency speech? Those flags are getting bigger and bigger and bigger every speech he makes. And, you know, that’s what dictators do. As our liberties and our freedoms shrink, the symbols get bigger and bigger and bigger. It happens all over the Third World. You can see it.

Yep. America as a country is under the thumb of a dictator. How do we know that? Flag size. Don’t argue with it. It is totally science. Limbaugh then went off on one of his tangents talking about how Obama is a dictator who is using double-speak to make it appear that he is concerned with the rights of American citizens.

To top it off, if you go to Rush’s website and read the transcript, you will see a badly-photoshopped picture of President Obama in a stereotypical dictator outfit.

Remember, Republicans. This man is essentially the voice of your party. He helps set the agenda. In this segment alone, he patted himself on the back for being so influential. So, the major voice of your party is sitting there and commenting about the size of the American flags behind the President during a speech and somehow equating that to fascism and claiming it makes the President a dictator. It must make you proud.

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<quoted text> Republicans fight to deny Global Warming & their ilk hires scientists to bark their agenda.
how about that list I requested? Maybe a 1/2 dozen that work for free?

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you're not answering. I was asking specifically about her parents. You weren't there, were you?
I was just informing you of how the milk industry operated since you obviously had no clue.

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<quoted text> Who will you quote next? Glenn Beck?? Rush Limbaugh??
rush Limbaugh is an idiot, Glenn beck can be pretty cool, Michael Savage rocks!

this is still America right? Or am I no longer entitled to my opinion?

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Rush Limbaugh Says Obama Is a Dictator Because His Flag Was Too Big At NSA Speech
While hosting The Rush Limbaugh Show on Friday, Limbaugh made a statement that is silly even by his unbelievably low standards. When discussing President Obama’s NSA speech held earlier in the day. Limbaugh commented on the size of the American flags set behind the President. Rush then said that the flags are getting bigger with every speech, and that is a sure sign of a dictatorship.
Here is an excerpt of the transcript from the show:
RUSH: Did you happen to see the size of those flags behind Obama at the National Security Agency speech? Those flags are getting bigger and bigger and bigger every speech he makes. And, you know, that’s what dictators do. As our liberties and our freedoms shrink, the symbols get bigger and bigger and bigger. It happens all over the Third World. You can see it.
Yep. America as a country is under the thumb of a dictator. How do we know that? Flag size. Don’t argue with it. It is totally science. Limbaugh then went off on one of his tangents talking about how Obama is a dictator who is using double-speak to make it appear that he is concerned with the rights of American citizens.
To top it off, if you go to Rush’s website and read the transcript, you will see a badly-photoshopped picture of President Obama in a stereotypical dictator outfit.
Remember, Republicans. This man is essentially the voice of your party. He helps set the agenda. In this segment alone, he patted himself on the back for being so influential. So, the major voice of your party is sitting there and commenting about the size of the American flags behind the President during a speech and somehow equating that to fascism and claiming it makes the President a dictator. It must make you proud.
http://www.politicususa.com/2014/01/17/rush-l...
they spelled it wrong, it should be dicktator

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I was just informing you of how the milk industry operated since you obviously had no clue.
I didn't ask about the milk industry, I asked about lily's patents farm. Why did you jump in with generic information when I was asking for specific information.

I've forgotten more about dairys than you'll know in your lifetime.
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About Florida; anyone who is with a person who commits a crime with a gun can be tried as an accomplice
Does this include when Lily is taking her "shots"?

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And they always bring up Al Gore's name because he has made a success of the green message using the same Capitalist system the fossil fuelers use.
So they call him a hypocrite because he doesn't live in a tree house. I'll tell you what a hypocrite is, setting up dummy climate research organisations & web sites funded by Exxon & co on the pretence of saving the planet but what they are really about is saving their profits. Those same profits that YOU & I pay for on a daily basis. Yet we all help kill our environment by doing so, rather than spend our money elsewhere to give us a far better outcome.
Trying to discredit clean energy in favour of dirty is a blight on humanity, and in the end will cost us 10 times that of doing the right thing. One bad storm can cost a lot more than a few solar panels & wind turbines.
"Lauer challenged him on the fact that he had criticized the influence of fossil fuel money in television, but then got very wealthy selling his network to another network that exists because of fossil fuel money. Al Jazeera had the money to pay Gore $500 million because of fossil fuels. Lauer asked Gore if he saw a contradiction in his position. While Gore said he understands the criticism, he disagrees with it because Al Jazeera is a great network and has won major awards.

Now, someone can correct me if I am wrong, but I don’t ever recall Gore saying that it was OK to take fossil fuel money in television as long as the network is a good network or is one that has won awards. "

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I agree. You are talking about Obama, right?
Because I KNOW you wouldn't think a traffic jam trumped lying to the entire nation on at least six different occasions and abuse of power affecting us all.
So glad we agree on this.
But as much as I'd love to stay and chat, there's more house hunting research to do.
So later, Homer.
Say, can you come up with a good slogan for Obama's resignation while I'm gone? You're so good at that.
Magic Negro: "I came. I saw. I lied" (my apologies to Caesar)

Boy Messiah: "If all else fails, lie"

Magic Negro: "The buck doesn't stop here. Never has. Never will"

Mamma's Little Boy: "You *CAN* fool all of the people all of the time - with help from the Fifth Column".

Hillary: "Some people look at the way the world is today and ask 'Why?' but I look at the world the way it is and ask 'What difference does it make?'" (my apologies to Robert Kennedy)
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The President acts and the Republicans divide and whine

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"Lauer challenged him on the fact that he had criticized the influence of fossil fuel money in television, but then got very wealthy selling his network to another network that exists because of fossil fuel money. Al Jazeera had the money to pay Gore $500 million because of fossil fuels. Lauer asked Gore if he saw a contradiction in his position. While Gore said he understands the criticism, he disagrees with it because Al Jazeera is a great network and has won major awards.
Now, someone can correct me if I am wrong, but I don’t ever recall Gore saying that it was OK to take fossil fuel money in television as long as the network is a good network or is one that has won awards. "
Algore (and his sorryass friends): "The ends *always* justify the means, unless it involves Conservatives. Then we can call it unethical, immoral and blame it all on Bush - either one or both. I know what I'm talking about and I've got a Gold Medal to prove it".

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Wrong.
You deny it because your handlers told you to.
Science has convinced most of the world that climate change is real!!
But the Repugnant Party of the USA is an outlier, living in denial and ignorance.
You sound like the perfect disciple of this ignorance.
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U.S. stands out as among the least concerned about climate change
Top climate change scientists from 39 countries say they are 95% certain that global warming is manmade, according to a new report from the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The report, released every six years and reviewed by over 1,000 experts, also warns that the upper limit on greenhouse gases will be exceeded within decades if emissions continue at the current rate.
The group calls for “substantial and sustained reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.”
Climate change is a leading global concern among the public, too, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey of people in 39 countries earlier this year. A median of 54% identify it as a major threat, the highest among eight threats tested this spring. Only financial instability conjures a similar level of concern.
At least half the public in 24 of the 39 countries say climate change is a major threat to their nation. People in Greece (87%), South Korea (85%), Brazil (76%), Lebanon (74%) and Japan (72%) express the highest levels of concern.
However, China and the U.S., the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitters, are among the least worried about climate change. About four-in-ten Americans (40%) and Chinese (39%) say it is a major threat to their countries. Only those in the Czech Republic, Jordan, Israel, Egypt and Pakistan are less concerned than the Chinese and Americans.
There is a sharp partisan divide on this issue among Americans, with Democrats (55%) more than twice as likely as Republicans (22%) to view climate change as a major threat.
Another Pew Research survey in March also found large partisan divisions on views toward global warming. While 87% of Democrats believe there is solid evidence of global warming, just 44% of Republicans agree. Similarly, Republicans express more doubt about humans’ role in climate change; 19% say global warming is a result of human activity compared with 57% of Democrats.""
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Repugnants also suppported the tobacco lobby for decades as they said smoking was not harmful to human health.
How'd that one work out??
Same with climate change.
Just a matter of time.
Your asinine opinions are noted. Now go play.

Supper will be ready soon.

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The President acts and the Republicans divide and whine
he is a good actor. You guys bought the lie if the year, hook, line and sinker.

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....it was just a matter of time...
http://www.funnyjunk.com/funny_gifs/2066821/T...
Hey, nutsack......come and get it while it's hot.
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WASHINGTON — In announcing his long-awaited plans to overhaul government surveillance policies, President Obama on Friday sought to occupy a middle space in the simmering debate on U.S. spying.

He pushed for a greater measure of transparency and oversight in how the intelligence community goes about its work, but rejected calls to end the National Security Agency's controversial telephone metadata program altogether.

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