Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1497444 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 ...

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Hampton Roads Daily Press.

THE DEBIL

Buffalo, NY

#1084742 Feb 22, 2014
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
there is arsenic in virtually every public water supply in the US, completely harmless below a certain con centration....
Clearly there are innumerable poisons in the water in Temecula, I suppose you've just developed a taste for them?

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#1084743 Feb 22, 2014
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
better yet, never talk to the cops without a lawyer......
although Galt has no use for true sexual predators, the label is grossly overused.....
shy you afraid of cops? is there any group of people you are not afraid of?

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#1084744 Feb 22, 2014
THE DEBIL wrote:
<quoted text>
No matter what she'd said I would've gotten a 'chubby.' It's simply my nature. All that's really required is that she smile. Colorful expression that...
never even seen a real woman naked, huh?

do they just run screaming when they see you coming? i would think they should..
THE DEBIL

Buffalo, NY

#1084745 Feb 22, 2014
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>not even one of my over 40,000 posts? really waxworm? why is that again...?
keep running from your own words, coward..run faster, your words are catching up to you!!!1
I think the important thing is when other people start siding with him against you... It's one thing to man the barricades... quite another to be alone in the street... Your 40,000 or so posts notwithstanding...
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1084746 Feb 22, 2014
BM R Parasites wrote:
<quoted text>
Uh, the dailycaller???
Get out of your ghetto at 10th and Rural, fool. There's all kinds of freedom, fun and frivolity available in Indy, and it's not to be found in your victim-obsessed, Section 8 shythole.
The city will fill your potholes when they're done cleaning up the streets of people who pay taxes (as opposed to sucking them)-- you know, the south side, Noblesville and Carmel.
you don't care for right wing sources?

that article was written by the Managing Editor of the Caller. not my fault the guy isn't nutjob crazy.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#1084747 Feb 22, 2014
THE DEBIL wrote:
<quoted text>
I think the important thing is when other people start siding with him against you... It's one thing to man the barricades... quite another to be alone in the street... Your 40,000 or so posts notwithstanding...
and what difference would that make as to the facts?

try to think, then post...
THE DEBIL

Buffalo, NY

#1084748 Feb 22, 2014
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>never even seen a real woman naked, huh?
do they just run screaming when they see you coming? i would think they should..
Yes, but the funny thing is that women often run towards me rather than away? Go figure? As I say, you seem to be new here?
Acks-Me-Anything

Atlanta, GA

#1084749 Feb 22, 2014
woodtick57 wrote:
i would think
I really enjoyed fairy tales too...

...but I was six at the time.
THE DEBIL

Buffalo, NY

#1084750 Feb 22, 2014
When I was 10 or so I was watching a mason laying rock on a foundation wall in New England. Fascinated, I just sat there, entranced as any boy might be, watching him lay stone upon stone and somehow the conversation got round to naked women. In any event, the mason, a German right from the olde country, gave me my first insight into the nature of a woman's vagina. He said, and I quote, "What's the big deal, it's just the hairy end of a gut?" That's when I decided I'd better study wood framed construction instead.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#1084751 Feb 22, 2014
Angel wrote:
<quoted text> I dont know if its true but Ive heard that Delta Smelt and Teabaggers have approximatly equivilant I.Q.'s.
Delta Smelt and Liberal women both smell like fish.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1084752 Feb 22, 2014
How Conservatives Can Develop A Better Class Of Political Celebrities Than Donald Trump And Ted Nugent

Writing in the Daily Caller, Matt K. Lewis ponders why conservative advocates and journalists are so quick to get excited–or at minimum, come to the defense of–conservative celebrities, even when those famous people are less-than-articulate, or downright counterproductive advocates for conservative causes.“Like the girl who always falls for the guy who’s bad for her, conservatives keep trusting the wrong people and making the same mistakes. One such mistake goes like this: The enemy of my enemy is my friend,” he writes, going on to discuss in particular, reality star and perpetual potential political candidate Donald Trump and actor and anti-gun regulation advocate Ted Nugent.

The perception of a celebrity gap between liberals and conservatives has long been vexing for many on the right, frustrated by the roster of entertainers who hit the campaign trail for Democrats, turn out for left-leaning causes, the perception (which I’d contest) that entertainment better reflects liberal values than conservative ones, and the grumblings that conservative figures in Hollywood are stuck in some sort of closet. As a result, when a celebrity is willing to advocate for conservative candidates and issues, no matter how poorly they might articulate those messages, or whatever Pigpen-like cloud might surround them, I think some on the right have a tendency to feel that they have to take what they can get. But if conservatives want famous advocates who won’t call the President of the United States a “subhuman mongrel” or throw temper tantrums when they get actual media coverage, they need to start acting more like liberals. Here are three ways to start:

....3. Demand Message Control: There’s no point in recruiting a celebrity spokesman if you’re going to end up constantly apologizing for horrible things they say. Ted Nugent may have a constituency–there’s a reason he remains on the National Rifle Association’s board–but he makes many more headlines for racial remarks about President Obama than for articulate arguments against gun regulation that convince mass audiences. If what you want from celebrities is an opportunity to double down on the worldview your constituents already share, that’s one thing. But if you want to use their public profile to draw in people who aren’t already acquainted with your message, then for goodness sakes, don’t be afraid to talk about what the most effective version of that message might look like! It’s important to remember that the entertainment industry gets just as much out of appearing engaged in politics and policy as politicians and policymakers do from recruiting them. So in keeping with my first piece of advice, it’s smart for conservatives who are dealing with celebrities to remember that they have messaging expertise and policy knowledge that’s genuinely valuable to their more-famous soon-to-be mouthpieces.

http://thinkprogress.org/alyssa/2014/02/21/33...

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#1084753 Feb 22, 2014
THE DEBIL wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, but the funny thing is that women often run towards me rather than away? Go figure? As I say, you seem to be new here?
your posts and thoughts would clearly suggest otherwise, they would show you to be a lonely sexually frustrated man with serious misogynistic tendencies...

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#1084754 Feb 22, 2014
THE DEBIL wrote:
When I was 10 or so I was watching a mason laying rock on a foundation wall in New England. Fascinated, I just sat there, entranced as any boy might be, watching him lay stone upon stone and somehow the conversation got round to naked women. In any event, the mason, a German right from the olde country, gave me my first insight into the nature of a woman's vagina. He said, and I quote, "What's the big deal, it's just the hairy end of a gut?" That's when I decided I'd better study wood framed construction instead.
the stone mason couldn't have been more wrong. no wonder you are so confused...
THE DEBIL

Buffalo, NY

#1084755 Feb 22, 2014
Besides, it's not the number of women one has seen naked that matters. Rather it's the number of naked women you've smelled, inhaled, devoured, or that have devoured you. In this regard I am like a Labrador Retriever. Sleek, black, with a long nose and supernatural olfactory skills. The first time I meet any attractive woman I just fall to my knees and deeply sniff her butt. This will tell you a lot about her in many, many regards. If she laughs and presses your face more deeply into her crotch, you've made a friend for life and you may be sure she is friendly. If she recoils and pushes you away, it means she's a republican. It also likely means she's a cat person. Try it, you'll see what I mean.
THE DEBIL

Buffalo, NY

#1084756 Feb 22, 2014
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text> your posts and thoughts would clearly suggest otherwise, they would show you to be a lonely sexually frustrated man with serious misogynistic tendencies...
Well, I've done my best. You're obviously a cat person.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#1084757 Feb 22, 2014
Acks-Me-Anything wrote:
<quoted text>
I really enjoyed fairy tales too...
...but I was six at the time.
which fairy tales were those? i never really enjoyed any or referred to any...

are you in control of your faculties?
THE DEBIL

Buffalo, NY

#1084758 Feb 22, 2014
Furthermore I should point out that it was you who brought up the competitive nature of naked woman watching. I neither entered nor competed in any such competition. I'm quite comfortable in my own skin, as comfortable as I am in hers. Your opinion is of no consequence to me or anyone else. Shall we now discuss the number of naked men we've seen respectively? Because I suspect that would be equally edifying...

I get the impression that you believe that any discussion of things sexual upsets you on some level? As long as we're endeavouring to psychoanalyze one another in a chat room on the internet perhaps this would be a good time to take a look at your reluctance to play? Perhaps human sexuality is a thorny or uncomfortable matter to you as it is for so many here?(which is why I do it, duh.) Does it, therefore, need to be uncomfortable for me as well?

Well, miles to go, eh? Say, speaking of Robert Frost, do you know what he was referring to when he mentioned the woods dark and deep? Yes, death, certainly... but something else as well... Don't you think he would have been better off to just come right out and say it? The road less traveled? Clever way to refer to a piece of strange, eh, what?
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1084759 Feb 22, 2014
sonicfilter wrote:
How Conservatives Can Develop A Better Class Of Political Celebrities Than Donald Trump And Ted Nugent
Donald Trump is not a conservative.....

Ted Nugent's politics are unclear except on gun control....

so, did you have a point????....
Realtime

Cape Canaveral, FL

#1084760 Feb 22, 2014
sonicfilter wrote:
How Conservatives Can Develop A Better Class Of Political Celebrities Than Donald Trump And Ted Nugent
Writing in the Daily Caller, Matt K. Lewis ponders why conservative advocates and journalists are so quick to get excited–or at minimum, come to the defense of–conservative celebrities, even when those famous people are less-than-articulate, or downright counterproductive advocates for conservative causes.“Like the girl who always falls for the guy who’s bad for her, conservatives keep trusting the wrong people and making the same mistakes. One such mistake goes like this: The enemy of my enemy is my friend,” he writes, going on to discuss in particular, reality star and perpetual potential political candidate Donald Trump and actor and anti-gun regulation advocate Ted Nugent.
The perception of a celebrity gap between liberals and conservatives has long been vexing for many on the right, frustrated by the roster of entertainers who hit the campaign trail for Democrats, turn out for left-leaning causes, the perception (which I’d contest) that entertainment better reflects liberal values than conservative ones, and the grumblings that conservative figures in Hollywood are stuck in some sort of closet. As a result, when a celebrity is willing to advocate for conservative candidates and issues, no matter how poorly they might articulate those messages, or whatever Pigpen-like cloud might surround them, I think some on the right have a tendency to feel that they have to take what they can get. But if conservatives want famous advocates who won’t call the President of the United States a “subhuman mongrel” or throw temper tantrums when they get actual media coverage, they need to start acting more like liberals. Here are three ways to start:
....3. Demand Message Control: There’s no point in recruiting a celebrity spokesman if you’re going to end up constantly apologizing for horrible things they say. Ted Nugent may have a constituency–there’s a reason he remains on the National Rifle Association’s board–but he makes many more headlines for racial remarks about President Obama than for articulate arguments against gun regulation that convince mass audiences. If what you want from celebrities is an opportunity to double down on the worldview your constituents already share, that’s one thing. But if you want to use their public profile to draw in people who aren’t already acquainted with your message, then for goodness sakes, don’t be afraid to talk about what the most effective version of that message might look like! It’s important to remember that the entertainment industry gets just as much out of appearing engaged in politics and policy as politicians and policymakers do from recruiting them. So in keeping with my first piece of advice, it’s smart for conservatives who are dealing with celebrities to remember that they have messaging expertise and policy knowledge that’s genuinely valuable to their more-famous soon-to-be mouthpieces.
http://thinkprogress.org/alyssa/2014/02/21/33...
Carol was all hot and sweaty for Trump__twice Iirc. Not sure if she was a Nugent fan though__she was real busy getting borned again when he was cookin. I sort of had her pegged as more of a David Cassidy kind of girl__jus sayin.
THE DEBIL

Buffalo, NY

#1084761 Feb 22, 2014
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>the stone mason couldn't have been more wrong. no wonder you are so confused...
Ummm... once again you fail to realize that others are laughing at you now.... As my Amazon friend, Clarice, told me recently, This is all just a little over your head, isn't it?...

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