Why They Hate Obama

There are 12509 comments on the The Daily Beast story from Aug 8, 2013, titled Why They Hate Obama. In it, The Daily Beast reports that:

As the Virginia Flaggers loft their Confederate flag in opposition to the 'tyranny' of 2013, Jamelle Bouie argues that racial bias plays at least some part in Obama's collapse in the South.

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VN Vet

Richmond, VA

#12948 Jun 30, 2014
"bareazz6969" you are correct, Republicans don't support Odumbo. No one in their right mind supports Obama, only the criminally insane like you (and Bill Ayres).

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#12949 Jul 1, 2014
VN Vet wrote:
"bareazz6969" you are correct, Republicans don't support Odumbo. No one in their right mind supports Obama, only the criminally insane like you (and Bill Ayres).
"StolenValor TeaBagger": how would you know what a sane person thinks and only a real POOOOOOTAH would support arsonists and car thieves like your pal Issa.

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

Trump 2016 and beyond

#12951 Jul 1, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
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"StolenValor TeaBagger": how would you know what a sane person thinks and only a real POOOOOOTAH would support arsonists and car thieves like your pal Issa.
By using your idiocy as the standard to avoid

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#12965 Jul 7, 2014
Temporary employment are the new Slave jobs.

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#12967 Jul 7, 2014
QueenX218 wrote:
Temporary employment are the new Slave jobs.
You got that right and most of them are starting out at $9.00 or less an hour.

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#12968 Jul 7, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>You got that right and most of them are starting out at $9.00 or less an hour.
Lie.

But we knew that with the Alias you are using here, don't we, AnalButter?

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The U.S. is not just adding jobs at the fastest pace since the end of the Great Recession. Hiring is also more spread out and the new jobs pay better than in years past.

As the chart above shows, more than half the jobs the economy has added so far this year are in positions that pay higher than the hourly U.S. wage. Some 58% of the new jobs created in 2014 pay above the average hourly wage of $24.45.

By contrast, about 48% of the new jobs created in 2013 paid above the national average, according to a MarketWatch review of the data.

What’s going on? Businesses in 2014 are hiring more white-collar employees, construction is on the mend, health care is going strong and even the long-downtrodden financial industry is finally getting into the act.

About 42% of the new jobs, meanwhile, fall into categories that pay less than the average wage, but even that overstates the case.

Consider the generally lower-paying retail business, a sector that’s one of the biggest job creators. Retailers have generated nearly 100,000 jobs in the first six months of the year, but almost one-third are at auto dealerships. While the average retail job pays just $17 an hour, employees at stores that sell autos and auto parts make about $22 to $25 an hour.
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WIPE WIPE BUTTERs, you are dripping again.
vinny boy

Indianapolis, IN

#12969 Jul 7, 2014
anybody who hates anyone for any reason whether its racial hatred, hatred of friends or family, you are only creating major health isses for your very own self, hatred causes all types of sickness in the body and many types of different cancers,be sure to read up on hatred, also there are many tv. programs that you can watch in regard to hatred and other of the human emotions that can also cause problems, why hate Obama??? you cant expect the man to get into office and to clean up the mess [George w. bush] made way before[ Obama] and also the presidents before bush, "common sense' should tell every body that it takes years and even decades to clean up the messes all these presidents made way before Obama ever even came into office DUH... a lot of folks out there no for a fact this really haven't a dam thing to do with Obama, they no they just 'automatically hate" this man because of the color of his skin, let me tell all the bigots out there something, you are extremely [unintelligent] to hate a person over a skin color, I had intelligent white parents, they didn't teach me or my siblings to hate anybody especially not because of a skin color, the reason a lot of white adults marry other races of people is because their parents and other family members a like taught them to hate
so this made them curious and they went out of their way to seek out these other races, they were taught to hate, my siblings and I are not racist, we all married white people but had we married into other races our parents had told us years ago they would not have had a problem with it,we came from a very well to do white family not a very ignorant white family our family taught us love for all mankind.

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#12970 Jul 7, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
Lie.
But we knew that with the Alias you are using here, don't we, AnalButter?
(quote)
The U.S. is not just adding jobs at the fastest pace since the end of the Great Recession. Hiring is also more spread out and the new jobs pay better than in years past.
As the chart above shows, more than half the jobs the economy has added so far this year are in positions that pay higher than the hourly U.S. wage. Some 58% of the new jobs created in 2014 pay above the average hourly wage of $24.45.
By contrast, about 48% of the new jobs created in 2013 paid above the national average, according to a MarketWatch review of the data.
What’s going on? Businesses in 2014 are hiring more white-collar employees, construction is on the mend, health care is going strong and even the long-downtrodden financial industry is finally getting into the act.
About 42% of the new jobs, meanwhile, fall into categories that pay less than the average wage, but even that overstates the case.
Consider the generally lower-paying retail business, a sector that’s one of the biggest job creators. Retailers have generated nearly 100,000 jobs in the first six months of the year, but almost one-third are at auto dealerships. While the average retail job pays just $17 an hour, employees at stores that sell autos and auto parts make about $22 to $25 an hour.
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WIPE WIPE BUTTERs, you are dripping again.
Another lie and its dripping because you forgot to swallow.

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#12971 Jul 7, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
Lie.
But we knew that with the Alias you are using here, don't we, AnalButter?
(quote)
The U.S. is not just adding jobs at the fastest pace since the end of the Great Recession. Hiring is also more spread out and the new jobs pay better than in years past.
As the chart above shows, more than half the jobs the economy has added so far this year are in positions that pay higher than the hourly U.S. wage. Some 58% of the new jobs created in 2014 pay above the average hourly wage of $24.45.
By contrast, about 48% of the new jobs created in 2013 paid above the national average, according to a MarketWatch review of the data.
What’s going on? Businesses in 2014 are hiring more white-collar employees, construction is on the mend, health care is going strong and even the long-downtrodden financial industry is finally getting into the act.
About 42% of the new jobs, meanwhile, fall into categories that pay less than the average wage, but even that overstates the case.
Consider the generally lower-paying retail business, a sector that’s one of the biggest job creators. Retailers have generated nearly 100,000 jobs in the first six months of the year, but almost one-third are at auto dealerships. While the average retail job pays just $17 an hour, employees at stores that sell autos and auto parts make about $22 to $25 an hour.
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WIPE WIPE BUTTERs, you are dripping again.
Analdiver you better go WIPE WIPE before reading this Left Wing websites article that says the same thing and proves your BS one big azz lie.

US jobs report shows growth in part-time, low-wage work

The US economy added 288,000 jobs in June, while the unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent, according to the latest jobs report issued Thursday by the Labor Department. While the number of new jobs created was higher than in recent months, the new jobs were largely part-time and in low-wage sectors, continuing the trend of replacing better-paid workers laid off during the 2008 crash with lower-paid, more highly exploited employees.

By Andre Damon
4 July 2014

http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2014/07/04/ec...

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#12972 Jul 7, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Another lie and its dripping because you forgot to swallow.
What's the matter, AnalOriface: you banging into your boyfriend's belt buckle chip another tooth?

POoooooor Butters..........

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#12973 Jul 7, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
The US economy added 288,000 jobs in June, while the unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent, according to the latest jobs report issued Thursday by the Labor Department.
The U.S. is not just adding jobs at the fastest pace since the end of the Great Recession. Hiring is also more spread out and the new jobs pay better than in years past.

http://si.wsj.net/public/resources/MWimages/M...

As the chart above shows, more than half the jobs the economy has added so far this year are in positions that pay higher than the hourly U.S. wage. Some 58% of the new jobs created in 2014 pay above the average hourly wage of $24.45.

By contrast, about 48% of the new jobs created in 2013 paid above the national average, according to a MarketWatch review of the data.

What’s going on? Businesses in 2014 are hiring more white-collar employees, construction is on the mend, health care is going strong and even the long-downtrodden financial industry is finally getting into the act.

About 42% of the new jobs, meanwhile, fall into categories that pay less than the average wage, but even that overstates the case.

Consider the generally lower-paying retail business, a sector that’s one of the biggest job creators. Retailers have generated nearly 100,000 jobs in the first six months of the year, but almost one-third are at auto dealerships. While the average retail job pays just $17 an hour, employees at stores that sell autos and auto parts make about $22 to $25 an hour.

Wipe your chin, Butters, we all know your work for tips anyway.

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#12974 Jul 7, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
By Andre Damon
4 July 2014
**********WORLD SOCIALIST WEBSITE**********
Published by the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI)

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!

What an absolute ********MOE - RON**********

HAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

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#12975 Jul 7, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Another lie and its dripping because you forgot to swallow.
YOU never forget to swallow!

HAHAHAHAAHAHAH!

Some TROTSKY SOCIALIST put his RED SAUSAGE into your mouth, banged into your tonsils, and let fly with a mouthful of sauce!!!

HAHAHAAHAH

BUTTERS!

HAHAHAAHAHAHAH!

How can you be sop STUPID to copy and paste from a TROTSKY website?????

HAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAH!

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#12976 Jul 7, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

Trotsky...

You know I will remind you of your reading material, Butters.

You might switch back to the other alias for a couple days...
vinny boy

Indianapolis, IN

#12977 Jul 7, 2014
to all the retards who posted here you really all hate your own selves most of all...lol
vinny boy

Indianapolis, IN

#12978 Jul 7, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Another lie and its dripping because you forgot to swallow.
whether any one uses alias or not, you still sound like a nut that don't change a thing... lol.
vinny boy

Indianapolis, IN

#12979 Jul 7, 2014
anonymous indy i meant to say "dumbo barefoot" sounds like a nut, it don't matter who uses why alias [barefoot] old boy you sound just like a retard. lol
vinny boy

Indianapolis, IN

#12980 Jul 7, 2014
its mostly all self haters on this post, you could sincerely hear it all in their stupid postings lol.

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

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#12981 Jul 8, 2014
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
The U.S. is not just adding jobs at the fastest pace since the end of the Great Recession. Hiring is also more spread out and the new jobs pay better than in years past.
http://si.wsj.net/public/resources/MWimages/M...
As the chart above shows, more than half the jobs the economy has added so far this year are in positions that pay higher than the hourly U.S. wage. Some 58% of the new jobs created in 2014 pay above the average hourly wage of $24.45.
By contrast, about 48% of the new jobs created in 2013 paid above the national average, according to a MarketWatch review of the data.
What’s going on? Businesses in 2014 are hiring more white-collar employees, construction is on the mend, health care is going strong and even the long-downtrodden financial industry is finally getting into the act.
About 42% of the new jobs, meanwhile, fall into categories that pay less than the average wage, but even that overstates the case.
Consider the generally lower-paying retail business, a sector that’s one of the biggest job creators. Retailers have generated nearly 100,000 jobs in the first six months of the year, but almost one-third are at auto dealerships. While the average retail job pays just $17 an hour, employees at stores that sell autos and auto parts make about $22 to $25 an hour.
Wipe your chin, Butters, we all know your work for tips anyway.
This is the worst job market since the last depression.

We are about 5,000,000 jobs short of a normal recovery, and 10,000,000 short of Reagan's record.

It's the result of liberal taxation and tenured teacher unions.

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#12984 Jul 8, 2014
Obama has created more low wage, part jobs than any other President

Thanks Obama

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