O.B.A.M.A. = One Bad *ss M*therf**ker...
Retired General

Girard, KS

#62 Oct 24, 2011
Hand over entire countries did you own them,if they will be good christians and drop Allah they can keep their land.And yes i am a retired General,not all Generals are military some make oatmeal.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#63 Oct 24, 2011
Beaner wrote:
I was kind of hoping the change would be here in Montgomery county Wally. Was your property evaluations raised since the flood? Did your evaluations go up while real property prices are dropping out the bottom? Kind of strange that the tax rate stays the same but we pay more don't you think? Sure seems to be an awful lot of auctions of peoples homes in our county. Oh well, they can probably move to Mexico or some similar place like texas or oklahoma with less taxes.
Worrying about Sharia law seems to be a little less important to me when people around us are losing all they have worked for in life.
All I am saying is that I think you can not see the forest for the trees.
Infidels? I don't think so because any self rightious evangelicle can tell you we are God's annointed ones and the only true believers. Infidel indeed!!
I was up at the apraisers office last week trying to get some traction with her on my idea of a revised apraisal timeline. I have and will continue to suggest, push, bully and otherwise proclaim that Kansas needs to change its yearly appraisal and go to a plan more similiar to Marylands. They do it every three years and impliment any increases over the follow on three years. less overhead, more ability for local governments to budget and the home owner is allowed to as well. she was more worried about new construction and improvments not being able to be taxed during that three years than the other benefits. just goes to show, greed goes on right here in MGCO. Im thinking she is gonna screw with me on my improvements to 1/2 of my barn roof. i guess it will be ANOTHER year to pay in protest...LOL I can see alot more than the trees, I have a global viewpoint but am focused on the near and present danger we face right here at home. those losing their homes are because of whats happening everywhere, not just here. sharia and foreign policy pay its part in our local reality to some extent. im doing my best to stay engaged at every level possible because there is a lot happening and a lot more people like me who are awakening from our previously deseased lives of APATHY. I will not go quietly into the night.....

“Better listen the first time”

Since: Aug 09

jest an ol' hillbilly

#64 Oct 24, 2011
Yeah Wally, I'm worried they'll see the chicken house I built using plywood, logs and some recycled tin...Im' afraid the value added tax will be more than I spent to build it.
Retired Sarg

Coffeyville, KS

#65 Oct 24, 2011
Delbet Johnson wrote:
One time I was at the Coffeyville post office and I saw some dillweed with "O.B.A.M.A.= One Big *ss Mistake, America!" on his truck. It looked something like this: http://i.imgur.com/mhp91.jpg
However due to recent events, it should now read:
O.B.A.M.A.= One Bad *ss M*therf**ker, America!
http://i.imgur.com/2u4WB.jpg
HAHAHA
only thing obama is good at is destroying America.
Beaner

Coffeyville, KS

#66 Oct 25, 2011
Remedy what is wrong here in montgomery county first, then branch out to save the world. I have talked to several people who told me in no uncertain terms they are selling out and moving out of this county and state because of the high taxes. There is no justification for raising evaluations at this time in my opinion.
Newton McPherson

Coffeyville, KS

#67 Dec 8, 2011
CBS News

Coffeyville, KS

#68 Jun 5, 2012
(CBS News) A U.S. official confirmed that a Monday drone strike in Pakistan killed al Qaeda leader Abu Yahya al-Libi, the most serious blow to the battered terror network since the death of its leader Osama bin Laden.

Al-Libi's death, which came on the third consecutive day of CIA drone strikes in the Pakistani tribal areas bordering Afghanistan, is a serious knock to what remains of al Qaeda's Pakistan-based core leadership.

Relentless drone strikes have seriously thinned the senior ranks of the al Qaeda network. In the past two years more than a dozen top leaders have been killed by U.S. strikes in Pakistan and Yemen - among them bin Laden and U.S.-born cleric Anwar al-Awlaki.
24 Hawks

Delaware, OK

#69 Jun 6, 2012
Hi Lee I sure glad he didnt follow bush with the useless war in iraq hell bush would still be looking for wmds

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#70 Jun 6, 2012
Kat wrote:
<EDITED quote>
I really think it's sad that some people have such a problem with Obama getting any of the credit for the death of Bin Laden. He is the COMMANDER IN CHIEF, without his order to do it, it would NOT have been done, period.
…
Personally I have to agree with Kat, at least in part, that we should give credit where credit is due and IMO there is no doubt that President Obama played a substantial roll in the killing of bin-Laden. Just as I suspect any sitting

Of course that being said there is something else we should give President Obama partial credit for in my opinion:
NewYorkTimes wrote:
PESHAWAR, Pakistan — A Pakistani doctor who helped the Central Intelligence Agency pin down Osama bin Laden’s location under the cover of a vaccination drive was convicted on Wednesday of treason and sentenced to 33 years in prison, a senior official in Pakistan said.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/24/world/asia/...

The Dr. who helped President Obama find and kill Osama bin Laden, was given a virtual death sentence from a Pakistan court that sentenced to 33 years in prison.
Dr. Shakil Afridi, ran a vaccination program for the CIA and collected DNA to verify bin Laden's presence in the Abbottabad compound where the terrorist leader was later killed by U.S. commandos.

The Pakistani court has shown their appreciation for ending the bin Laden threat by charging, trying and convicting Afridi of treason... Where’s the out rage?
Could it be in Washington, DC?

The United States has given wings to it’s righteous indignation by canceling $33 million dollars of “aid” to the Pakistani government – one million dollars for every year of Dr. Afridi’s sentence.

Umm, but the annual aid Pakistan is receiving is somewhere around One Billion Dollars annually.

Now for the mathematically impaired, like me: 1 thousand, thousand is a million and 1 thousand million is a billion…

So of the 1 thousand million dollars ($1 billion) we give to Pakistan every year, we won’t be sending them 33 million of that amount – this year.

I might be a mathematical lightweight, but even I can figure out; 33 million is mere “chump change” compared to a 1 billion dollars annual "aid" package.

Am I the only one that might think, this appears to be little more than a useless symbolic gesture?

President Obama ‘got bin Laden’: Team Obama says so in their endorsed campaign ads, President Obama himself has mentioned it in numerous TV interviews. His supporters appear to want to rub their political opponents’ noses in it and even Barack Obama’s detractors have to admit, President Obama –“got bin Laden”, something former President Bush had failed to do.

But here’s a random thought…

Since President Obama was such a major contributor for getting rid of bin Laden – shouldn’t also be considered a major contributor for virtually hanging Dr. Shakil Afridi, out to dry, with little to no consideration from us?

Another random thought…

How do you suppose the next potential informant might feel about passing on their knowledge of a pending or likely threat to America or Americans?
Kat

Coffeyville, KS

#71 Jun 7, 2012
Don-N-Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>
Personally I have to agree with Kat, at least in part, that we should give credit where credit is due and IMO there is no doubt that President Obama played a substantial roll in the killing of bin-Laden. Just as I suspect any sitting
Of course that being said there is something else we should give President Obama partial credit for in my opinion:
<quoted text>
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/24/world/asia/...
The Dr. who helped President Obama find and kill Osama bin Laden, was given a virtual death sentence from a Pakistan court that sentenced to 33 years in prison.
Dr. Shakil Afridi, ran a vaccination program for the CIA and collected DNA to verify bin Laden's presence in the Abbottabad compound where the terrorist leader was later killed by U.S. commandos.
The Pakistani court has shown their appreciation for ending the bin Laden threat by charging, trying and convicting Afridi of treason... Where’s the out rage?
Could it be in Washington, DC?
The United States has given wings to it’s righteous indignation by canceling $33 million dollars of “aid” to the Pakistani government – one million dollars for every year of Dr. Afridi’s sentence.
Umm, but the annual aid Pakistan is receiving is somewhere around One Billion Dollars annually.
Now for the mathematically impaired, like me: 1 thousand, thousand is a million and 1 thousand million is a billion…
So of the 1 thousand million dollars ($1 billion) we give to Pakistan every year, we won’t be sending them 33 million of that amount – this year.
I might be a mathematical lightweight, but even I can figure out; 33 million is mere “chump change” compared to a 1 billion dollars annual "aid" package.
Am I the only one that might think, this appears to be little more than a useless symbolic gesture?
President Obama ‘got bin Laden’: Team Obama says so in their endorsed campaign ads, President Obama himself has mentioned it in numerous TV interviews. His supporters appear to want to rub their political opponents’ noses in it and even Barack Obama’s detractors have to admit, President Obama –“got bin Laden”, something former President Bush had failed to do.
But here’s a random thought…
Since President Obama was such a major contributor for getting rid of bin Laden – shouldn’t also be considered a major contributor for virtually hanging Dr. Shakil Afridi, out to dry, with little to no consideration from us?
Another random thought…
How do you suppose the next potential informant might feel about passing on their knowledge of a pending or likely threat to America or Americans?
And I agree with you on this.
THE HAMMER

Chanute, KS

#72 Jun 8, 2012
The ultimate Coward: Obama blames everyone but himself

How many times has President Obama blamed his failures on ‘headwinds’? The U.S. economy, China’s economy, the Middle East, the Japanese tsunami, President Bush, gas prices, soaring energy costs, the Republican Congress, the Arab spring… the list goes on and on.

He has over-used the talking point so much it has become more of a running joke than a legitimate excuse. Using the term allows Obama to pass his failures off on things that are seemingly beyond his control, but when you are three and a half years into a four year term, it gets harder and harder to play the “I blame everything but myself game”– unless of course, you are a coward, which it has become blaringly obvious this President is.

From, the I couldn't have said it better myself;

Obama is a narcissist to the core of his being; this shows daily with each speech and move he makes. His inability to accept accountability, responsibility or even reality is absolute. As the Nov elections come closer and closer, as his base flees for the hills, his ever collapsing world will eventually slam hard on the rocks of reality and will send him into one of two directions:

He will have a complete mental collapse and enter into a delusional state rendering him unable to carry forth the duties of the Presidency.

Or he will snap completely, becoming capable of any form of violence, destruction and able to justify to himself the unleashing of economic devastation (scorched earth), social chaos and the utilization of his terror, anarchist, radical extremist allies to exact vengence upon the people of the nation.

He is at the point of absolute dissolution of his mental faculties; and now we enter the most dangerous of times in concerns to him.

Anyone doubting for a moment just what kind of damage he can do instantly consider this:

What would happen if Obama went on a public, live broadcast and announced to the world that the nation of the United States has 'effectively immediatly will no longer honor our national debt.'

What would be the consequences?

Remember something else, the old sayiing of "Insane, does not mean stupid."
Ted DiBiase

Coffeyville, KS

#73 Jun 11, 2012
The Obama administration has launched an estimated 28 drone strikes and 13 air strikes in Yemen, according to data compiled by the New America Foundation from reliable news reports. By contrast, the administration of George W. Bush only launched one drone attack in Yemen.

Here is a list of the key al Qaeda militants who have been killed in U.S. drone attacks in Yemen during the Obama administration, according to data compiled by the New America Foundation from reliable news reports:

-- January 15, 2010: Qassem al-Raymi, top military chief for al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.

-- January 15, 2010: Ayed Al Shabwani, the chief of AQAP's operations in Maarib province.

-- January 15, 2010: Ammar al-Waeli, who was accused of involvement in a July 2007 suicide bombing that killed eight Spanish tourists and two Yemenis

-- January 15, 2010: Abu Ayman, an Egyptian militant who is believed to have spent time in Afghanistan.

-- March 14, 2010: Jamil Nasser Abdullah al-Ambari, believed to be the leader of al Qaeda in southern Abyan province.

-- July 14, 2011: Hadi Mohammad Ali, militant commander in Abyan province.

-- August 1, 2011: Naser al-Shadadi, leading al Qaeda militant.

-- September 30, 2011: Anwar al-Awlaki, radical Yemeni-American cleric.

-- September 30, 2011: Samir Khan, founder of AQAP's English-language magazine Inspire

-- October 14, 2011: Ibrahim al-Bana, AQAP's media chief.

-- December 23, 2011: Abdulrahman al-Wuhayshi, brother of AQAP leader Nasser al-Wuhayshi.

-- March 9, 2012: Abdulwahhab al-Homaiqani, local AQAP leader in Bayda province.

-- March 13, 2012: Nasser al-Zafari, local AQAP leader in Bayda province.

-- April 22, 2012: Mohammed al-Umda, fourth most-wanted al Qaeda militant in Yemen, who was convicted in 2005 of an attack on the Limburg oil tanker in 2002.

-- May 6, 2012: Fahd al-Quso, who was on the FBI's most-wanted list for his role in the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole.

-- May 10, 2012: "Jallad," who was in charge of armaments for AQAP fighters.
4MYs

Coffeyville, KS

#74 Aug 8, 2012
ZERO DARK THIRTY

http://youtu.be/EYFhFYoDAo4

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#75 Aug 10, 2012
Ted DiBiase wrote:
The Obama administration has launched an estimated 28 drone strikes and 13 air strikes in Yemen, according to data compiled by the New America Foundation from reliable news reports. By contrast, the administration of George W. Bush only launched one drone attack in Yemen.
... EDITED ...
Umm, so it take it your post indicates President Obama violated the sanctity of a sovereign foreign nation, by conducting unsanctioned military operations in Yemen without that government's knowledge or consent, 40 more times that his predecessor?

Yeah, probably not.

Now consider some other nation, say Venezuela is out to get someone their secret assignation agency considers to be a terrorist for reasons known only to that secret agency and sends a drone or airstrike into the United States to get him without the knowledge or permission of this countries governing body... all in the name of protecting Venezuela from what it considers terrorist acts of course.

I wonder how the government and the people of the United States would react to such an act and how they would consider the Venezuelan government for carrying out an unsanctioned military attack on American soil?

Now, let's consider how the governments and people of the countries where the U.S. carries out those same kinds of unsanctioned military operations in their countries ~

Oh but it's different isn't it?

We're doing it to protect ourselves and "the world" from terrorists aren't we?

But then I ask you, what's the difference between some group setting off a suitcase bomb at a crowded airport, in an attempt to get their foe and protect themselves from someone they consider "terrorist" -vs- another group sending in a drone strike, targeting their "terrorist foe?

They both sound like terrorist acts to me... just with one using more high-tech methods of carring out their attacks.

The U.S. may presently have the corner on offensive capaible drone technology, but that won't always be the case... so what kind of presedent do you suppose our actions are setting for the rest of the world when their offensive drone technology catches up to where ours is today?

Kind of makes most people without tunnel vision wonder what kind of example we are setting those who might have their own remote killing machines, 10-15-20 years down the road huh?
THE HAMMER

United States

#77 Aug 11, 2012
God allows Satan to do his dirty work through anything, and we’ve seen it. Lies
are beyond all belief…..my face would be RED from telling so many lies, but not him.
That man gave us Change we couldn‘t believe in and I’m waiting to find just one good change we can actually believe in…………there’s NONE

Our economy is wrecked, gas is sky high, food is too expensive,(but then, a white house who can import $100 a pound steaks is shameful in this economy. And that’s only a tip of the iceberg.) Peolosi stocking the bar on our airplane for $100,000 goes unnoticed.
Reid living in the Ritz Carlton (prob. paid for by his Nevada co-conspirators.), while Ryan sleeps in his office (and they have the nerve to make fun of him for being conservative.)

And pushing grandma over the cliff……..what a farce, I‘d be more concerned about Obamas Death Panel saying when grandma has to die without medication or medical care because she’s too dam old to get anything else from this government. She outlived her usefullness.

Don’t listen to the combative BUZZ words obama will use to smash good people. He’s a complete disaster and wants you to believe he did good………no, no, no, he needs to be removed for his lies, deceits, manipulation of everything he did bad for this Country.
WE DESERVE BETTER THAN HIM. Romney & RYAN, truthful, good for America.
THE HUMMER

Coffeyville, KS

#78 Aug 12, 2012
THE HAMMER wrote:
WE DESERVE BETTER THAN HIM. Romney & RYAN, truthful, good for America.
Dude, you are bat crap crazy. Turn off the Fox News / Glenn Beck propaganda machine. It's rotting your brain.

"The stock market has performed extremely well since Obama took office. The S&P 500 index is up 74% since Jan. 20, 2009. One has to go back to Dwight Eisenhower's first term (1953-1957) to find a President whose first term showed this much stock market growth. Most people are employed and many of them have investments or retirement accounts that have soared under Obama. They don't regard Obama's presidency as an economic failure at all."
Trained

Coffeyville, KS

#79 Aug 12, 2012
I was trained long ago as part my job to detect when someone is lying. I used this experience for 30 years in my profession and became quite good at it. My experience when Obama speaks tells me he is misrepresenting the truth on most occations. He feels that by using his smile and well spoken manner that he can confuse the public.
THE HAMMER

United States

#80 Aug 12, 2012
Just for you ,THE HUMMER Wichita, KS
If it wasn’t for the malpractice of the National Socialist Media (CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, PBS) Obama would have been vetted in the public square and never would have been elected. Instead of vetting him they provided cover for him. Their “news” should be required to come with a disclaimer stating their political agenda.

Obama's Economic Model Is a Failure
By Larry Kudlow

You would think $1 trillion in spending stimulus and $2.5 trillion of Fed pump-priming would produce an economy a whole lot stronger than 1.9 percent gross domestic product, which was the revised first-quarter number. And you'd think all that government spending would deliver a whole lot more jobs than 69,000 in May.

But it hasn't happened.

The Keynesian government-spending model has proven a complete failure. It's the Obama model. And it has produced such an anemic recovery that, frankly, at 2 percent growth, we're back on the front end of a potential recession. If anything goes wrong -- like another blow-up in Europe -- there's no safety margin to stop a new recession.

And that brings us to the grim May employment report, which generated only 69,000 nonfarm payrolls. It's the third consecutive subpar tally, replete with downward revisions for the two prior months. It's a devastating number for the American economy and a catastrophic number for Obama's re-election hopes. All momentum on jobs and the economy has evaporated.

Inside the May report, the data is just as bad. The unemployment rate rose slightly from 8.1 to 8.2 percent. The so called U6 unemployment rate, tracking the marginally employed or completely discouraged, increased to 14.8 percent from 14.5 percent. And labor earnings are barely rising at 1.7 percent over the past year, almost in line with the inflation rate. In fact, through April, after-tax, after-inflation income is scarcely rising at 0.6 percent for the past year.

The private workweek also fell in May. So did the manufacturing workweek and aggregate hours worked for all employees. The small-business household survey did rise, but that follows declines in the prior two months.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/201...
Retread

Independence, KS

#81 Aug 12, 2012
O.B.A.M.A.,,,,,Only Bows And Makes Apologies.
Obama

Coffeyville, KS

#82 Aug 12, 2012
The saying that sh** rolls down hill, well when something good happens the credit should go to the ones responsible who are the seals, if they feel that he deserves credit then they should say so. If he was a good commander in chief he would have made it clear his a** was not on the line and the credit goes to them I dont see him out in combat like you do the prince of england. How many times has obama taken crap for putting himself in harmsway, none!

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