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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“God bless you, Mr. President”

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And so it goes wrote:
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Says the person who posted that the middle East country where the ambassador was murdered was "Labia".
Why don't you look up the word pun...and while you're at it, a few four-letter ones like fool, tool, punk...
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http://www.theatlanticwire.com/politics/2011/...
My God you are uninformed.
Here you are blabbing away on Topix and you were so uninformed that you did not know Obama out 4 trillion in cuts on the table.
I would think you'd be getting tired of me correcting your posts & identifying just how little you know.
That has to be embarrassing.
Do yourself a favor. Get better informed so you won't continue to look like such an ass.
so, you can't name a single specific spending cut that Obama has proposed.....

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still the same wrote:
"America Was Attacked. This Is Not The Time For A Metrosexual Presidency" Obama's response to the murder of a U.S. ambassador and three staffers is metro-sexual at best. During Obama's press conference in response to the attack, a reporter asked if the Obama administration considered the attack in Libya an act of war. Obama would not respond to the question."
More: "Is real manhood a no-no in America today? In typical fashion, I am sure the left will attempt to distort my celebration of manhood. They will accuse me of attacking womanhood and requesting that Obama act like an idiotic macho Neanderthal. I am not. Rather than the mainstream media addressing Obama's wimpy response to 'our houses' abroad being violated and Americans being murdered, the media is ganging up on [Mitt] Romney for his swift and strong response."
The Little Boy in the Oval Office just can't seem to make up his mind about anything. First, he claims that Egypt is not our ally while his UN ambassador says it is. Next, he insists that the Libyan murders were spontaneous responses to some silly movie that no one knows about. This, while the Libyan President insists it was an organized terrorist attack. Now, the Jerk-In-Chief "evolves " again and flip-flops to call it a terrorists attack. We need a man in the Presidency and not some snot-nosed community organizer punk. Hurry November
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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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It's only rightwingers who are scared of everything; scared of black people, scared of muslims, scared of latinos, scared of women, hell, I don't know how y'all can stand yersulfs.
You know what really scares me?
People who live in $500K homes....
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talk to yourself much
LOL!

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> LOL! Prayer rugs increasingly being found in deserts along Mexican/American border.
Nothing to worry about, the Obama administration has officially identified those as poorly crafted ponchos.

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Give us the three top reasons you're voting FOR Obama.
Romney
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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
<quoted text>Whose yer canidate?
Reagan
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Iran pours more troops into Syria, ready to target Israel from Syria and Lebanon
DEBKAfile Special Report September 20, 2012, 10:50 AM (GMT+02:00) Tags: Iran Al Qods Syria Hizballah IDF Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz IDF Chief of Staff observes big Golan drillIran continues to fly military personnel and quantities of weapons into Syria by civilian aircraft which cut through Iraqi airspace, American intelligence sources disclosed early Thursday, Sept. 20. UN Secretary General Ban ki-Moon also said that, "Unfortunately, both [Syrian] sides, government and opposition forces, seem to be determined to see the end by military means."

Clearly, Iran is augmenting its military involvement in the constantly escalating Syrian civil war, broadening it into a multinational conflict which threatens to drag Lebanon in, by means of the Iranian-Syrian ally, Hizballah.

The UN Secretary General's statement implying that the two Syrian sides are determined to fight to the bitter end is echoed in Iran’s resolve to fight to the bitter end for Assad, on Syrian soil.

Tehran is not hiding its actions. Sunday, Sept. 16, Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Commander Gen. Ali Jafari said openly that Al Qods Brigades units were present and operational in both Syria and Lebanon.

No comment on this revelation has come from the US, Israel or Israel’s military (IDF) chiefs - notwithstanding its menacing import, namely, that Tehran is no longer hanging about and waiting for its nuclear program to be attacked in order to punish Israel, but is getting ready for a pre-emptive operation.

Still, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak have chosen silence in the face of what any other nation would regard as a casus belli: the open deployment of enemy forces on its northern and eastern borders.
This must have been the catalyst for the IDF’s surprise two-division strength drill Wednesday on Israel’s Golan border with Syria. But the IDF spokesman sounded almost apologetic when he explained that the exercise had nothing to do with the events in Syria or with Hizballah, and that it was no more than a routine drill for testing preparedness.

debkafile's military sources say that, in the current climate, no military operation by any army on the Syrian border – especially one of this magnitude – may be regarded as “routine.” Only a week ago, the Golani Brigade concluded a large military exercise in northern Israel including the Golan. That sort of frequency must have operational connotations: The IDF is evidently keeping the army on the move and in a constant state of readiness to fight a real war without delay on terrain made familiar by repeated war games.
IDF Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Benny Gantz has a penchant for expressing himself through symbols, his method of overcoming the restrictions placed on his tongue by military and other constraints.

On New Year’s Eve last week, the general handed military correspondents a small gift: The Hebrew edition of the American writer Richard David Bach's "There's No Such Place as Far Away."

For the Golan drill Wednesday, he decided to attach Maj. Gen.(res.) Nati Sharoni, chief artillery officer in the 1973 Yom Kippur War, to his party of advisers and observers.
The book was a clear message to Tehran and doubting Thomases at home that the IDF is fully capable of an operation against Iran’s nuclear program and of successfully accomplishing any mission far from its shores.

Gen. Sharoni’s presence at the Golan exercise, and the exercise itself, was a warning to Iran, Hizballah and Syria that they will be disappointed if they hope to catch Israel unready, as it was by the surprise attack which almost overcame the IDF 39 years ago before the tide of war was turned back against Egypt.TO THE BIT*H AND FA**OT THAT HAS A PROBLEM WITH MY SOURCES FU AND SUCK D*K
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Sep 20, 2012
 
OK, I think I’ve finally figured it out. I had been thinking that Romney had a coherent plan for serving as POTUS, but that he was just keeping it secret because it was the same plan as the Teanderthals’ to which he was pandering while not wanting to scare the bejesus out of everyone else.

However, in view of the light shed by Romney himself on his recently revealed Florida fund raiser video from May, it has become evident that the truth of the matter is that he has no coherent plan. He raises little doubt that he is a privileged country club class wealthy American who generally favors the personal values he shares with his fellow privileged country club class wealthy American, who feel specially entitled and resent anyone who is not one of them feeling entitled to eat and breath.

Nevertheless, he’s worse than evil. He’s frankly incompetent. His only plan is to ignore half the population of the U.S. and deal with problems by “kicking the ball down the field” for the next POTUS, confident that problems will magically resolve themselves.

Simply stated: Romney has no plan! Better we find that out now than later.
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Iran pours more troops into Syria, ready to target Israel from Syria and Lebanon
DEBKAfile Special Report September 20, 2012, 10:50 AM (GMT+02:00) Tags: Iran Al Qods Syria Hizballah IDF Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz IDF Chief of Staff observes big Golan drillIran continues to fly military personnel and quantities of weapons into Syria by civilian aircraft which cut through Iraqi airspace, American intelligence sources disclosed early Thursday, Sept. 20. UN Secretary General Ban ki-Moon also said that, "Unfortunately, both [Syrian] sides, government and opposition forces, seem to be determined to see the end by military means."

Clearly, Iran is augmenting its military involvement in the constantly escalating Syrian civil war, broadening it into a multinational conflict which threatens to drag Lebanon in, by means of the Iranian-Syrian ally, Hizballah.

The UN Secretary General's statement implying that the two Syrian sides are determined to fight to the bitter end is echoed in Iran’s resolve to fight to the bitter end for Assad, on Syrian soil.

Tehran is not hiding its actions. Sunday, Sept. 16, Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Commander Gen. Ali Jafari said openly that Al Qods Brigades units were present and operational in both Syria and Lebanon.

No comment on this revelation has come from the US, Israel or Israel’s military (IDF) chiefs - notwithstanding its menacing import, namely, that Tehran is no longer hanging about and waiting for its nuclear program to be attacked in order to punish Israel, but is getting ready for a pre-emptive operation.

Still, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak have chosen silence in the face of what any other nation would regard as a casus belli: the open deployment of enemy forces on its northern and eastern borders.
This must have been the catalyst for the IDF’s surprise two-division strength drill Wednesday on Israel’s Golan border with Syria. But the IDF spokesman sounded almost apologetic when he explained that the exercise had nothing to do with the events in Syria or with Hizballah, and that it was no more than a routine drill for testing preparedness.

debkafile's military sources say that, in the current climate, no military operation by any army on the Syrian border – especially one of this magnitude – may be regarded as “routine.” Only a week ago, the Golani Brigade concluded a large military exercise in northern Israel including the Golan. That sort of frequency must have operational connotations: The IDF is evidently keeping the army on the move and in a constant state of readiness to fight a real war without delay on terrain made familiar by repeated war games.
IDF Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Benny Gantz has a penchant for expressing himself through symbols, his method of overcoming the restrictions placed on his tongue by military and other constraints.

On New Year’s Eve last week, the general handed military correspondents a small gift: The Hebrew edition of the American writer Richard David Bach's "There's No Such Place as Far Away."

For the Golan drill Wednesday, he decided to attach Maj. Gen.(res.) Nati Sharoni, chief artillery officer in the 1973 Yom Kippur War, to his party of advisers and observers.
The book was a clear message to Tehran and doubting Thomases at home that the IDF is fully capable of an operation against Iran’s nuclear program and of successfully accomplishing any mission far from its shores.

Gen. Sharoni’s presence at the Golan exercise, and the exercise itself, was a warning to Iran, Hizballah and Syria that they will be disappointed if they hope to catch Israel unready, as it was by the surprise attack which almost overcame the IDF 39 years ago before the tide of war was turned back against Egypt.

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flack wrote:
<quoted text> LOL! Prayer rugs increasingly being found in deserts along Mexican/American border.
And in the Oval Office.

The Fool-In-Chief has got rug burns on his face.
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THE BITCH FROM BOCA FUQualified US admission that Benghazi murders were a terrorist attack
DEBKAfile September 20, 2012, 8:56 AM (GMT+02:00)
National Counterterrorism Center Matthew Olsen admitted to a Senate panel Wednesday that the attack on the US mission in Benghazi and murder of four US diplomats headed by Ambassador Chris Stevens was “a terrorist attack.” He immediately qualified this by insisting it was not pre-planned but “an opportunistic attack” by “different elements including individuals who may have had connections to al Qaeda.” On Sept. 12, hours after the incident, DEBKAfile reported that the attack was premeditated and professionally executed by an al Qaeda group. Sept. 13, we named the group as Ansar al Shariah Brigade headed by Mohammad Ali al-Zahawy which is based in the eastern Libyan town of Derna. http://www.debka.com/ I GET INFO ALL OVER bic*h so again FU
Where was this from? Teheran Express? Meltdown in progress
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Tens of thousands of Israeli troops in surprise Golan drill. Khamenei: No bending to the West
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report September 19, 2012, 11:47 AM (GMT+02:00) Tags: IDF Israel Golan Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Strait of Hormuz IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny GantzReservists drafted at no notice, Air Force, Central Command and other IDF units were flown to Israel’s northern Golan border early Wednesday, Sept. 19, for a surprise exercise called by Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz under the codename “National Asset.”
The official IDF announcement tried to downplay its importance, describing it as a “planned, routine event.” However, debkafile’s military sources say the war game is the biggest the IDF has conducted in the six years since the second Lebanon war on Hizballah in 2006, with tens of thousands of soldiers and senior officers, including the artillery and the air force taking part.
Over the last weekend, witnesses reported heavy traffic of convoys of tank and APC carriers and military vehicles with emergency store markings heading north, just days after the IDF completed a large-scale war game on Israel’s Syrian and Lebanese borders simulating a Hizballah attack.
Since early September, therefore, the Israeli Defense Forces have been in the midst of preparations which have the appearance of readiness for a real war rather than an exercise. Those preparations peaked Wednesday under a codename which signified its goal: the defense of national assets.
Another sign of an impending conflict was provided by US diplomats who Monday began destroying classified documents and sensitive equipment at the Beirut embassy. As Islamist anti-US violence raged across Arab and Muslim countries, the State Department said this was a precautionary measure, without naming any specific threat. The trashing of embassy documents usually signifies preparations to evacuate an US embassy at short notice. It would be imperative in a war situation to keep them out of Hizballah hands.

The official IDF announcement described the exercise as focusing on fire power under the command of chief Artillery Commander, Brig. Gen. Ro’i Riftin and due to end Wednesday night. The rapid deployment of military strength on this scale for a live-fire drill is required practice for an army facing the onset of war aggression.
In the Persian Gulf, the US is leading 25 West European and Arab nations in a gigantic 12-day war game in the Straits of Hormuz which began Sunday, Sept 16. It includes a large-scale minesweeping drill to simulate the breaching of the Strait of Hormuz against Iranian efforts to block oil passage through the strategic waterway. The exercise - entirely by simulated measures - will also drill operations for destroying Iranian naval, air and missile bases in the Persian Gulf area and countering Iranian speedboats aiming to sabotage naval vessels and oil tankers.
Among the participants are the UK, France, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. The United States has deployed three aircraft carriers with aerial strike forces. Military sources estimate that when the war game ends on Sept 27, these forces will not disperse but stay on hand in the event of Israel attacking Iran’s nuclear program.
As the exhibition of colossal Western might got underway opposite Iranian shores, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was quoted on his official website as saying: Iran will never bend to Western pressure The Islamic Republic, he told a military audience, "makes its decisions solely based on the interests of its people and the country, even if all of the world's powers get angry at its decisions."

It "does not accept the demands of any superpower," he added.

The Ayatollah also accused "Western and Zionist media" of fabricating reports on the biting effects of economic sanctions, hinting that the Iranian economy was not suffering.
mr owl II

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Sep 20, 2012
 
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Why don't you look up the word pun...and while you're at it, a few four-letter ones like fool, tool, punk...
Afternoon Miss Leo,

You like any punk music?

Friendly question.....

I like Bad Religion, Ramones, Minor Threat...
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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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Romney would have nuked them all, tha's right, kill ever'one a them thar towelheads.
Is it true that Romney's first act will be an invasion of the Republic of Vulva?
I thought I heard that on Fox News?
Since when does the vodka swilling Finland fluker listen to Fox News?

Still talking about vaginas? Yawn.
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mr owl II wrote:
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You know what really scares me?
People who live in $500K homes....
People who live in $500K homes and would rather see evangelical Christians disappear than radical Islamists.
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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Why don't you look up the word pun...and while you're at it, a few four-letter ones like fool, tool, punk...
She just likes to keep saying labia, labia, labia. It's a sickness with these nuts.
Meanwhile; back in the Republica of Vagina in a town called Vulvaville; Mitt was spotted reading Espanol for Dummies.

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President Starky wrote:
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He's like the ditz who thinks that just because there are still checks in the checkbook, he must have more money to spend.
"Stuff's gettin better"
2012
It is commonly understood that if a lie is repeated enough times over an extended period, it can take on the sheen of some strange form of Truth.

Liberals, in turn, repeatedly lie to themselves hoping it will stick and grow into the truth. Booze and recreational drugs help in this effort, right, lily?

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