Barack Obama, our next President

Full story: Hampton Roads Daily Press

"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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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Papa Murphy's will happily serve those who no longer wish to subject themselves to Papa John's.(Also, Murphy makes a superior pizza.)
Win-win.
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Never heard of Papa Murphy's, so went to their site.

The "take n' bake" concept is a tough sell for many and the menu may not appeal to pizza traditionalists who dislike vegetables on their pizza.

But to each his own.

I prefer independent local pizza joints over most chains.

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John Galt wrote:
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Conservative in what way?
Damn nearly every way. If you missed the post where I described what 'conservative' means to me, go back about 30 pages.

It's in there.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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why are rightwingers so damn dumb?
Imagine I am a pharmacist, and you waddle in with your prescription for viagra and I say, "it's against my religion to fill this prescription"?
or
you waddle in with your prescription for insulin, and I say "It's not my problem that you have abused your body and have diabetes, I refuse to fill this"
or
You waddle in, writhing in pain, with your prescription for painkillers, and I say "it's not my problem that you're in pain, it's against my religion to fill this"
simple answer.go to a divferent store thzt serves your needs.
Is there no end to the democrat tyranny?
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John Galt wrote:
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So you respond by quoting an opinion piece from another liberal site.
Brooks is a conservative.

So what excuses have you thought up for the Republican attacks of Romney's 'gifts' BS?

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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Allow me to introduce myself. I am Kathryn, a conservative, and I own and operate a home-based business. I employ no one else, overhead is low, and business is great. Nice to meet you.
:)
Meth Labs are illegal.
John Galt

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sonicfilter wrote:
The Conservative Future
Lower-Middle Reformists.
Reihan Salam, a writer for National Review, E21 and others, recently pointed out that there are two stories about where the Republican Party should go next. There is the upper-middle reform story: Republicans should soften their tone on the social issues to win over suburban voters along the coasts. Then there is a lower-middle reform story: Republicans should focus on the specific economic concerns of the multiethnic working class.
Salam promotes the latter. This means acknowledging that working-class concerns are not what they were in the 1980s. The income tax is less burdensome than the payroll tax. Family disruption undermines social mobility. Republicans, he argues, should keep the social conservatism, which reinforces families, and supplement it with an agenda that supports upward mobility and social capital.
Similarly, Henry Olsen of the American Enterprise Institute has argued for a Republican Party that listens more closely to working-class concerns. Ramesh Ponnuru of National Review has argued for family-friendly tax credits and other measures that reinforce middle-class dignity. Jim Manzi wrote a seminal article in National Affairs on the need to promote innovation while reducing inequality.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/20/opinion/bro... ;
Your source urges pushing social conservatism over fiscal conservatism, making him a mole for the Democrat Party.
John Galt

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<quoted text>Irrespective of legality, how is it different?
Religion is not a shillelagh to be used against others.
One need not be religious to have a moral code.
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What Benghazi Is about: Scandal Envy

Republicans are livid that Obama hasn't had his major scandal yet.

....some Republicans, particularly John McCain and Lindsay Graham, are essentially saying that this horrifying cover-up was quite possibly the greatest crime in the history of the United States government, and if we're going to get to the bottom of it nothing short of a select committee—a "Watergate-style committee," as it is being referred to by reporters—will do. Who knows what it might uncover? Were there CIA whistleblowers whose bodies are now lying at the bottom of the Potomac? Was David Petraeus being blackmailed? Are William Ayers and Jeremiah Wright involved? Did Susan Rice fly to Tripoli, have a steamy liaison with a clone of Ayman al-Zawahiri created in a secret underground laboratory, then go to Benghazi where she personally killed Ambassador Chris Stevens with a hat pin? We won't know unless we spin this out into a multi-week story!

So what's going on here? I can sum it up in two words: scandal envy. Republicans are indescribably frustrated by the fact that Barack Obama, whom they regard as both illegitimate and corrupt, went through an entire term without a major scandal. They tried with "Fast and Furious," but that turned out to be small potatoes. They tried with Solyndra, but that didn't produce the criminality they hoped for either. Obama even managed to dole out three-quarters of a trillion dollars in stimulus money without any graft or double-dealing to be found. Nixon had Watergate, Reagan had Iran-Contra, Clinton had Lewinsky, and Barack Obama has gotten off scott-free. This is making them absolutely livid, and they're going to keep trying to gin up a scandal, even if there's no there there. Benghazi may not be an actual scandal, but it's all they have handy.

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lily boca raton fl wrote:
Hey rightwingers? Time to get some new material, you're boring the hell out of us.
try somthing new for a change of pace....get a job..

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John Galt wrote:
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So you respond by quoting an opinion piece from another liberal site.
You don't know who David Brooks is?

Must not be much of a "conservative".

How about George Will and William F. Buckley? Those names new to you too?

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Hi gunner
I reported that one. What a pain in the posterior.
Hi, Dem.
John Galt

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Tenzing wrote:
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People I've talked to have led me to believe that they believe prices will go back to pre-crash days someday. To me, current price levels seem pretty natural and I would expect future appreciation to out-pace inflation very little if at all.
Many people feel trapped. They can afford their monthly mortgage payments, but cannot afford the loss involved in selling.

Your observation is probably correct, but prices will recover faster in markets where supply is more limited. New home prices here have been escalating at a significant rate in the last six months, largely because there is a very small supply.
John Galt

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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>In Temecula, just down the street from Lake Elsnore???
Temecula and Lake Elsinore are two completely different worlds with respect to the real estate market (and just about everything else).

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Never heard of Papa Murphy's, so went to their site.
The "take n' bake" concept is a tough sell for many and the menu may not appeal to pizza traditionalists who dislike vegetables on their pizza.
But to each his own.
I prefer independent local pizza joints over most chains.
They're made to customer specs - just don't order veggies. Their ingredients are top quality - I recommend them highly for those pressed for time.

My favorite pizza joint is my kitchen. Hubby built me a delightful pizza oven a couple years ago. I just adore that man.

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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Pharmacists have every right to not sell whatever they choose not to sell. If the market will bear it, more power to them. Employees, however, do not make company policy. I feel the Government went completely over the line, when it said that a pharmacist working in a store offering contraceptives for sale, must be allowed to refuse to sell them, even having known at the time of hire that they were part of the stock.
Since the business owner cannot discriminate against HIRING someone for reasons of religion, I feel it is the responsibility of the employee to live up to his or her own morality by seeking employment where contraceptives are not sold. The law decreed that employers must allow employees to restrict business due to the employee's religion. If the subject was morphine, insulin, or cancer-treatment, you'd be up in arms about this law. But since it involves contraception, you're perfectly fine with it?
Oh, and I'd venture to guess those 'Muslim taxi drivers' own their own cabs. What, you're going to argue they should be forced to pick up your drunk ass?
You can't have it both ways, chum.
Just asked the question. I have no beef with you. If I remember the pharmacist was the store owner which was the way most were back in the day.

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<quoted text> The facts don't change no matter how many terms Obammy makes history...his incompetence will always prove to redistribute his failure throughout the nation and its economy, whether or not you and Chris Matthews continue to have MSNBC tingling leg syndrome.
So you don't have any facts, I get it. I got facts, do you get it?

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dem wrote:
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Where's the doctor?
I quoted him saying " he never leaves till all his foes are vanquished".
Still here.
He must be in surgery? Some delicate operation, possibly involving his brain?
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sonicfilter wrote:
Republicans are livid that Obama hasn't had his major scandal yet.
His incompetence is a major, unforgivable scandal. Worse than any that the USA has seen or heard of.

One cannot forgive a president of the USA and those Americans who voted him...USA of all countries...for being so INCOMPETENT.

Obama is mindnumbing to those who know that he is an orator, nothing more, like many of his Luo brothers up in Kenya.

Obama is a Luo.

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dem wrote:
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Nostrilfuckface for sure
Da bears...hahahahahaha

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Meth Labs are illegal.
Voice of experience?

My business is completely legal, while I myself am licensed, and bonded.

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