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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ra_con_teur

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Nov 29, 2012
 
OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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No.
Nothing free in my home.
That would be your guys Corp headquarters. Billions in welfare for companies so they can pay one guy $400 million per year?
As long as he gives big to Republicans?
BIG GOV! RED STATE MOOCHERS!
look at db!
USA will not survive 4 more years? Rush is so far up this guys azzzzzzz.......his eyes are little rx pills?
Turn off the fox and join a place called reality: Obama kicked the Republicans azzzzzzz so hard!
All those billions wasted!
Hey check this out: USA RICHEST COUNTRY ON EARTH!
CITIZENS WORTH $ 47 TRILLION.
GOV OWES $16 TRILLION.
NOT BROKE. Just really greedy Republicans!
(Top 10% own 90% of wealth......everyone else 10%.)
So who can afford a tax hike?
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Crazy says: not my filthy rich republican bought top earners.
Again....
You wear your fwee retirement, fwee insurance, and envy well my friend!
sonicfilter

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for the FOXbots....

Fox News November Ratings: The Smallest Year-Over-Year Growth In Cable News

Confirming the ratings slowdown of Fox News post-election, the November ratings show Fox with a comparatively small increase for November 2012 over their numbers for the same month in 2011. The unimpressive 55% bump is less than half the leap of either CNN or MSNBC.

Perhaps this what you get when you deceive your audience by leading them to believe that their lame candidate was actually in contention despite all the objective evidence to the contrary. Prior to election day Fox hyped notably partisan polls like Rasmussen, and famously idiotic pundits like Dick Morris, who confidently declared that Romney would win in a landslide.

Then, on election night, Fox continued the charade by hosting Karl Rove, who refused to accept the reality of Romney’s defeat. The spectacle that played out on live television had Rove arguing with Fox’s election desk. This caused Anchor Megyn Kelly to ask Rove “Is this just math that you do as a Republican to make yourself feel better, or is this real?” Only on Fox would someone seriously ask their own paid contributor if what he was saying was real.

Since the election Fox News has struggled to make sense of a world they had tried so hard to pretend did not exist – a world where a socialist, Muslim from Kenya could prevail over the richest presidential candidate ever put forward by a major political party. What has America come to?

The flagrant fallacies tendered by Fox were insufficient to topple Obama from his pedestal. Not his trysts with commies like Bill Ayres, nor his scandalous Fast and Furious gunrunning, nor his sordid embrace of gay soldiers, nor his lack of a birth certificate, and not even his culpability for a devastating hurricane, could prevent the President’s reelection. And since all of these would-be scandals were propagated by Fox News, it’s possible their audience is no longer willing to accept what they say at two-faced value.

It’s still too soon to make any predictions about the future rankings of the cable news market. The Fox audience may yet prove to be as gullible and prone to deception as ever. But for the time being there is a glimmer of hope that the marketplace will make purveyors of faulty products pay a price.

If anyone bought a pair of shoes that were as poorly constructed and uncomfortable as most of the stories on Fox News, that shoe company would quickly go out of business. Now we have just to wait to find out if a significant number of Americans are willing to bear the pain of walking another mile in Fox Shoes.

http://www.newscorpse.com/ncWP/
TheIndependentMa jority

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Nov 29, 2012
 
DBWriter wrote:
Boehner has been an abysmally weak leader. It's time for a change. Paul Ryan should be the next Speaker of the House. If we do not change leadership, we should not expect any change in the insanity in our government we've observed the past 4 years.
Do you think anyone will be taking notes at luncheon today? lol.
Lily Boca Raton Fl

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DBWriter wrote:
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TEA Party: "Obama is a Marxist."
Democrats:(Saul Alinsky rule number 5 - ridicule) "Oh, here we go again.'Marxists'. That's rediculous. Everyone knows there is no such thing as a Marxist."
TEA Party: "Obama is a Marxist."
Democrats: "We're going to begin seizing the property of successful people to distribute to people who won't do anything for themselves."
TEA Party: "Obama is a Marxist."
So, what idiot here still believes the Democrats aren't Marxists?
Oh great! Just get out of jail?
TheIndependentMa jority

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Nov 29, 2012
 
sonicfilter wrote:
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doesn't really matter what you think. 4 more years.
Hide your bacon and string!!!
ra_con_teur

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Nov 29, 2012
 
sonicfilter wrote:
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those are the circuit laws. he didn't stop there.
Did you use a slide rule while doing your calculations in the Navy?
Lily Boca Raton Fl

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Nov 29, 2012
 
carol wrote:
Two words: Wealth tax.
The government now wants to tax a percentage of the wealthiest's total assests.
Couldn't that be considered:
Stealing?
Seizure of private property?
Unconstitutional?
A bureaucratic nightmare?
All of the above?
It's in the making regardless.
Carol, you'd better dig up your treasure chest and bring it to the Cayman Isands
ra_con_teur

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Nov 29, 2012
 
RealDave wrote:
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I give Laura a lot of credit. She has found a way to make lots of money by duping the rabid right.
It is all an act - just like her transgenderism.
Please elaborate on cross dressers?
Lily Boca Raton Fl

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Nov 29, 2012
 
TheIndependentMajority wrote:
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Hide your bacon and string!!!
Is that like "hillbilly hunger games"?
Lily Boca Raton Fl

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ra_con_teur wrote:
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Again....
You wear your fwee retirement, fwee insurance, and envy well my friend!
Creative writing class in Kentucky?
TheIndependentMa jority

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Nov 29, 2012
 
sonicfilter wrote:
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so no new stuff? just the same old batshit crazy that you've foisted upon us for god knows how long?
sigh
FWEEDUHM marxist-commieTic camps for all dem fweeduhm marxists commieTics.

In the Nevader-Sierra desert--fwee gruel lines 3x daily and birf contwol fer everone. Pump yer own water from duh one near dry well

Cause dats reallly all Y'all party labelduhm lable velveteenage poster bootlickers DUHserves lol.
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this was another item ignored before the election, but what will Americans do if the UN starts to control more? will there be less freedom to post on Topix? more importantly, will the UN eventually ban future episodes of Honey Boo Boo? that would really upset many Americans:

Will thugs rule the web?

Few Americans realize it, but the UN is driving to take control over the Internet. You remember, the folks who want a worldwide income tax & who put Syria & Iran on their Human Rights Committee.

& if delegates have their way at next week’s World Conference on International Telecommunications in Dubai, the man in charge of the Web will be a Soviet-trained apparatchik from Cold War days.

Don’t count on the Obama-appointed US delegate to stop the threatened changes in how the Internet works, & how much power governments have to decide what their citizens see on the World Wide Web. Pushing the agenda at Dubai are Russia & China.

“The Internet stands at a crossroads,” is how Vint Cerf, one of the ’Net’s founders, put it in a NY Times piece back in May. Events in Dubai, he wrote, could “take away the Internet as you & I have known it.”

Indeed, the meeting could well decide whether freedom or totalitarianism prevails in the 21st century.

The core threat is to change the rules by which the LA-headquartered nonprofit Internet Corporation for Assigned Numbers & Names administers the Web. Since its birth in 1998, ICANN has worked hard to make the Internet as free & widely accessible as possible — raising the ire of dictators around the world.

The thugocrats want key decisions about how the Web works handed over to a UN body, the International Telecommunications Union, where individual countries will have an equal vote on any new rules, regardless of whether their delegates know anything about the ’Net.(Most of the calls made by ICANN are done by engineers who have background in cyber issues.)

What kind of new rules? One is “sender party pays,” which would make US-based sites like Google, Facebook & Yahoo pay local networks for the right to send material to overseas visitors. That could easily make it too expensive for those firms to send data or documents to users in remote Third World countries — again, something their ruling elites won’t mind.

Another would let governments force ICANN to erase domains or IP addresses they don’t like, dumping dissident sites permanently off the Internet.

Still another would compel ICANN & other international custodians like the Internet Engineering Task Force to help governments censor what flows into their country from the Web.

The big backers of this rule change are — no surprise — China & Russia. Their proposed “International Code of Conduct for Information Security” would wreck the ’Net as a source of free & accessible information for people around the world & turn it into one more means by which governments can snoop on their citizens & dictate what they read or see, & when.

But China & Russia have still bigger plans. They see the battle over Internet governance as a way to extend their geo-political reach at the expense of the United States, the chief guardian of the Internet’s libertarian ethos.

So what is Uncle Sam doing about it? The State Department’s delegate to the conference, Terry Kramer, says the United States won’t agree to handing over control of the Internet to the ITU. BUT he also says America won’t try to control the agenda:“We don’t want to come across like we’re preaching to others.”

Americans need to tell him: Preach away, dude. If this battle decides whether freedom or totalitarianism rules the 21st century, we need to make sure freedom wins.

Read more: UN bid to run Internet—Arthur Herman - NYPOST.com http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolu...
TheIndependentMa jority

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Nov 29, 2012
 
Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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Is that like "hillbilly hunger games"?
Go ask an obammerphone entitleMENTALly disabled hillbilly!

They're every where these days---You'll be able to recognize one by the ozombieTic type chant of ...but...but..wahwahwah we po'...gimme, gimmme, gimme... and don't ferget duh fwee birf contwol!!!
sonicfilter

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Nov 29, 2012
 
ra_con_teur wrote:
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Did you use a slide rule while doing your calculations in the Navy?
no. i do math in my head. the Chinese way.
Jane Says

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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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Creative writing class in Kentucky?
maybe he needs to attend those classes your inlaws in detroit teach.

Creative Ebonics
"we be writin and sh*t"

Crack Fashion
"yo, ma pants be lo"

Baby Mama 101
"getin da big government checks when da bruthas won't marry us"
TheIndependentMa jority

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Nov 29, 2012
 
Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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Creative writing class in Kentucky?
Absolutely NOT.

Coloring in between the lines class-Kindergarten in New England.

And I bet youz thought youz was one dem weally smert ones didn't ya!!

“fairtax.org”

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Nov 29, 2012
 
GhostofRaygun wrote:
<quoted text>Actually Democrats are more of a Socialist. The Republicans would be more Marxist or Communist. Communist has the Peasant and Elite class. Socialist are more even spread across their economy.
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P.S. Heard this today. Great question for you Repubs. Reagan LOWER the tax rate on everyone. However his rate for the top was 50% not the 35% it is now and Capital Gains were 25% not the 15% they are now. SOOOOO was Reagan MORE of a wealth redistribute than Obama?
There were a lot more deductions back then.

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Obama Victory Margin Grows

As the votes keep coming in, President Obama's national lead over Mitt Romney is now 50.9% to 47.4%.

First Read: "That's a bigger (and more decisive) margin that Bush's victory over John Kerry in 2004 (which was Bush 50.7% and Kerry 48.2%). What's more, the president's lead has grown to close to 3 points in Ohio, 4 points in Virginia and 6 points in Colorado. One doesn't win Colorado by six points without winning swing voters; there isn't a big-enough Democratic base to make that argument."

“See how you are?”

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ra_con_teur wrote:
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Explain to us Kirchov's laws Mr speaker man!
Kirchhoff's equations are a pain.
Unless you're designing, calculating the voltages and currents of circuit branches and components is fairly esoteric. I'd rather know how and why anybody with ears thinks a marginally damped 30 HZ FS driver sounds good - either in the car or a block away.

Since: May 11

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#813428
Nov 29, 2012
 
John Galt wrote:
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Medicare Part D is funded, at least in part, by premiums paid every month by those who are covered.
The CBO analysis has the total cost rom 2004 - 2014 as 500 billion less 131 billion oin premiums.

Maybe to you right whiners, that's funding a bill.

The CBO said it would add 400 billion to the debt when the Republicans voted yes yes yes.

I guess that's being fiscally responsible?

In 2011, a 60 billion deficit between the federal & states.

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