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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“Amor patriae.”

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Homer 2016 wrote:
<quoted text>That would only be true if all companies doing the same business were doing poorly, otherwise bad business model holds true. Feel free to insult me.
General Motors and Toyota are in the same business, does GM have a bad business model?

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Homer 2016 wrote:
<quoted text>So you are much like the pitbull, when you latch on to something you latch. I find most rightwingers to be extremely stubborn, sort a goes with the territory I suspect.
Kind of like "dem"...he's latched on to my leg, shining my shoes.
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Homer 2016 wrote:
<quoted text>We use the Electoral College in this country Flack, popular vote means sh!t see: Gore vs. Bush 2000
See: Hiilary vs. obama
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We've actually had higher voter turnout percentage wise the last two elections, both at 57%, the last time it was higher was 1968 (60%)

“God bless you, Mr. President”

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<quoted text> How do you post a story off the radio?
Good lord, Massey, even the Whites of West Virginia are not as dumb as you sound...I believe y'all retired the same way, though.
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mdbuilder wrote:
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General Motors and Toyota are in the same business, does GM have a bad business model?
They did for quite some time, go back and look at the late seventies, the eighties and into the 90's, they build inferior cars, they thought the 50,60,70 would go on forever. Things change and companies need to change with them or go out of business.
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you must have missed this....
The Trader Joe's Lesson: How to Pay a Living Wage and Still Make Money in Retail
Companies that invest in higher salaries for low-level employees find success in a competitive market
http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2...
you pay a decent wage and there's no need for a union.
sonicfiller can't differentiate the difference between communist propaganda, fact, fiction, or opinion, a ventriloquist's dummy..
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Eman wrote:
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Kind of like "dem"...he's latched on to my leg, shining my shoes.
I'm happy to see you two getting along.

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Waxman wrote:
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My party? I'm a libertarian, clown.
Well, last I heard, ol' JBC, the Libertarians didn't win a damned thing either...ever.
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No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>The reason obama and his big government armada are buying up ammunition and guns.. Deprivation is inching closer you moron... In Nazi Germany, sonicfiller would gladly take a job throwing bodies into the furnaces and think he were on the "Left Side" of Liberalism, until the Elites shoot and throw you in last idiot... sonicfiller is a police state fascist.
You may recently have seen some in the Internet rumor mill feverishly repeating the obvious truth above, in an effort to stir up fear about recent acquisitions of ammunition by the Department of Homeland Security and a number of smaller agencies. The mildest writers have questioned why seemingly mundane agencies would need ammunition at all; more incendiary authors suggest that these government agencies are preparing for a war with the American people.

Much of the concern stems from a lack of understanding of the law enforcement functions carried about by officers in small federal agencies. These agents have the power to make arrests and execute warrants, just like their better-known counterparts at agencies like the FBI.

....Perhaps most strangely, some have cited the purchase of hollow-point ammunition as evidence of the federal government's evil motives. Hollow-points are the defensive ammunition of choice for federal, state and local law enforcement officers across the country, just as they are for private citizens. These attacks are eerily similar to statements made by gun prohibitionists, who spent the much of the '70s,'80s and '90s complaining about "dum dum" bullets.(In fact, the Violence Policy Center's website still exhibits a publication lamenting that federal ammunition law "has no effect on today's generation of high-tech hollow-point ammunition.") The attacks also ignore the fact that federal agents, unlike average taxpayers on more limited budgets, normally train and qualify with their duty ammunition.

As most gun owners will agree, skepticism of government is healthy. But today, there are more than enough actual threats to the Second Amendment to keep gun owners busy. With two key Supreme Court decisions hanging by a one-vote margin, the Justice Department deeply involved in a cover-up of a disastrous Mexican gun smuggling operation, and President Obama touting a ban on popular semi-automatic firearms, there is no need to invent additional threats to our rights.

http://www.nraila.org/news-issues/articles/20...
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Only Tree more years left woooo can we make it too much liberal BIGOTS came out of the wood works conservative bigots are expected but the real bigots out like alex baldwin jamie fox sam jackson
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That should be 1950's, 1960', 1970's
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Homer 2016 wrote:
We've actually had higher voter turnout percentage wise the last two elections, both at 57%, the last time it was higher was 1968 (60%)
An African-American candidate will always bring out the African-American vote.
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you must have missed this....
The Trader Joe's Lesson: How to Pay a Living Wage and Still Make Money in Retail
Companies that invest in higher salaries for low-level employees find success in a competitive market
http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2...
you pay a decent wage and there's no need for a union.
There are a lot of companies that subscribe to this thinking.
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<quoted text>Good lord, Massey, even the Whites of West Virginia are not as dumb as you sound...I believe y'all retired the same way, though.
An exploding population of wild horses and ghetto ignorance... And the government still wants to control their numbers.

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sonicfilter wrote:
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you must have missed this....
The Trader Joe's Lesson: How to Pay a Living Wage and Still Make Money in Retail
Companies that invest in higher salaries for low-level employees find success in a competitive market
http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2...
you pay a decent wage and there's no need for a union.
Talking out someone else's ass doesn't help your credibility. High wages are a product of success, not a prescription for it. If your lifestyle demands a higher wage, get another job or adjust your lifestyle.
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Angela wrote:
<quoted text> An African-American candidate will always bring out the African-American vote.
Wide spread opinion and ignorance among blacks? Race Always Trumps Common Sense....
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mdbuilder wrote:
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Walmart's model is just better. Let's discuss GMC.
It took a bit of head knocking to begin straightening that mess out, tossing Rick Wagoner and the directors who supported him was a long overdue enema.

GM is healthier now than it was when John DeLorean penned the most informative auto industry book ever__"On a clear day you can see GM."

The Detroit 3 are doing well presently as are all but a couple of the import companies.
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LOL
An elitist in the liberal media actually came right out and said they are "more evolved" than, presumably, us ignorant peons. Heard her say it with my own ears.

So do you think liberals are "more evolved" than the rest of us and are on some self-proclaimed higher level than us traditionalists and conservatives just because we hold a different set of values?

Where does this kind of mentality eventually lead to, do you think?
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You may recently have seen some in the Internet rumor mill feverishly repeating the obvious truth above, in an effort to stir up fear about recent acquisitions of ammunition by the Department of Homeland Security and a number of smaller agencies. The mildest writers have questioned why seemingly mundane agencies would need ammunition at all; more incendiary authors suggest that these government agencies are preparing for a war with the American people.
Much of the concern stems from a lack of understanding of the law enforcement functions carried about by officers in small federal agencies. These agents have the power to make arrests and execute warrants, just like their better-known counterparts at agencies like the FBI.
....Perhaps most strangely, some have cited the purchase of hollow-point ammunition as evidence of the federal government's evil motives. Hollow-points are the defensive ammunition of choice for federal, state and local law enforcement officers across the country, just as they are for private citizens. These attacks are eerily similar to statements made by gun prohibitionists, who spent the much of the '70s,'80s and '90s complaining about "dum dum" bullets.(In fact, the Violence Policy Center's website still exhibits a publication lamenting that federal ammunition law "has no effect on today's generation of high-tech hollow-point ammunition.") The attacks also ignore the fact that federal agents, unlike average taxpayers on more limited budgets, normally train and qualify with their duty ammunition.
As most gun owners will agree, skepticism of government is healthy. But today, there are more than enough actual threats to the Second Amendment to keep gun owners busy. With two key Supreme Court decisions hanging by a one-vote margin, the Justice Department deeply involved in a cover-up of a disastrous Mexican gun smuggling operation, and President Obama touting a ban on popular semi-automatic firearms, there is no need to invent additional threats to our rights.
http://www.nraila.org/news-issues/articles/20...
sonicfiller still can't differentiate the difference between communist propaganda, fact, fiction, or opinion.
a ventriloquist's dummy..

Act like a dummy sonicfiller, expect to be treated like a dummy, dummy. A dummy never fails.. You're still a police state Fascist.

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