Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1457747 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"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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carol

Orlando, FL

#843155 Jan 20, 2013
At the Iowa State Society inauguration ball last night, Biden told supporters:“I’m proud to be president of the United States.” Oops. The audience laughed and cheered before Biden’s son, Beau, interrupted the veep and told the crowd he'd misspoken. Biden hasn’t totally ruled out a run for the oval office in 2016 even though he’ll be 73 on Election Day. That's one year older than John McCain was in 2008.

http://now.msn.com/joe-bidens-gaffe-about-bei...

Pretty funny, huh? In a scary sort of way - seeing that Biden IS one step away from actually being the president and thinks he already is.
leosanus

Pompano Beach, FL

#843156 Jan 20, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>"easter rolle"??? Wow, dumb carol will tell us that God doesn't make any mistakes, so you, an unfortunately not missing link, must obviously be Satan's own f*ck up...killed any good oyster fishermen lately?
dirtmouth illegitimate babymama say what? LOL
Lincoln

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#843157 Jan 20, 2013
carol wrote:
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You provided no source for your rather long cut and paste.
I, on the other hand, provided Gallup, ABC News and Nasdaq.
and endless foux repeats for five years we still find you amusing

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#843160 Jan 20, 2013
You stated your position is that Republiclowns supported civil rights until the 1960's.

Which isn't true. Blacks went Democrat during FDR's terms - the 1930's.

And blacks are suppposed to forget the racism from Republiclowns today, including denying them the right to vote, and insulting their work ethic, intelligence, looks, etc., because Abe Lincoln was a Republiclown??

Including the racist comments from your friend Rush10 and you??

So blacks should ignore the Party that is on their side today, and support a Party that has persecuted them since the 1930's??

You really are a sick, old, racist woman.

Is it any wonder your side lost among ALL minority groups??

Stay stupid, Carol. You help the Democrats point out all that is wrong with th eRepubliclown PArty.
carol wrote:
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Not necessary or appropriate. Just because the Obamas - just like too many other black Americans - have forgotten who championed their civil rights from the Civil War until the mid 1960s, only means they, too, are confused by the Big Lie.
Besides, First Ladies and children are off limits.
carol

Orlando, FL

#843158 Jan 20, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
You're such a silly nitwit!!
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Fowler, Tom. Wall Street Journal (Online)[New York, N.Y] 19 Jan 2013
You're still the extremely sore loser.
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I'm sure your "silly nitwit" slur is meant for Gallup, ABC News and Nasdaq - since I quoted them.

Level 5

Since: Jul 08

We will not go gentle

#843159 Jan 20, 2013
leosanus wrote:
<quoted text> dirt mouth illegitimate babymama say what? LOL
I have no idea what your daughter's talking about these days, but I'm saying GFY, some more, idiot troll: Hanky/Sam/KKK/Waxturds, Unlimited Socks...

Level 5

Since: Jul 08

We will not go gentle

#843161 Jan 20, 2013
Eman wrote:
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You liberal "women" are so classy.
Yes, we are...that's probably why you've never had time to really meet before she filed a restraining order...

Level 1

Since: May 11

Waynesboro, PA

#843162 Jan 20, 2013
carol wrote:
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All effects of the housing market crisis - which began under the Clinton administration and ignored by both sides, mainly your side, until it was too late.
Carol drags out the CRA excuse yet again.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#843163 Jan 20, 2013
The 'silly nitwit' is YOU.

Today the President is inaugurated for his Second Term. He won re-election. The economy is improving. Obamacare is the Law of the Land.

The Republiclown House has agreed with OBama and voted to increase taxes on the wealthy.

The Republiclown House has agreed to push the debt ceiling fight off for a few months.

Obama is winning on all counts.

That's what really bothers you, eh silly nitwit??

I thought as much.
carol wrote:
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I'm sure your "silly nitwit" slur is meant for Gallup, ABC News and Nasdaq - since I quoted them.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#843164 Jan 20, 2013
Obama is only the second President to recieve the "Oath of Office" four times!!

The other was FDR!!

How cool is that!!

(Well, not for the nitwits!)
leosanus

Pompano Beach, FL

#843165 Jan 20, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>I have no idea what your daughter's talking about these days, but I'm saying GFY, some more, idiot troll: Hanky/Sam/KKK/Waxturds, Unlimited Socks...
filthy dirtmouth dirty illegitimate neglectful babymama say what? LOL
TSM

United States

#843166 Jan 20, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
And blacks are suppposed to forget the racism from Republiclowns today, including denying them the right to vote, and insulting their work ethic, intelligence, looks, etc., because Abe Lincoln was a RepubliclIncludingown??
Nuculur are you Really this Stupid?...No one being denied the right to vote! But again Republicans was the party that passed the 15th Amendment, extending to African-Americans the right to vote. Nearly all Republicans in Congress voted in favor, though a few abstained, saying it did not go far enough. Nearly all Democrats in Congress voted against the 15th Amendment.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#843167 Jan 20, 2013
flack wrote:
The moon has enough to fill all the Great Lakes combined. In fact we are finding water almost everywhere. The universe may be as full of life as there are fish in the sea.
And you're thinking that they'll need truck drivers to ferry the water to earth??

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA

(BTW, gasoline is only $2.50 on the moon. Ask Gingrinch!!)
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#843168 Jan 20, 2013
OldRaider wrote:
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Do you believe that guns should be used to shoot people for any reason?
Do you enjoy lying, liar?

Typical Democrat.

You were caught and are too low class to own up.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#843169 Jan 20, 2013
carol wrote:
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All effects of the housing market crisis - which began under the Clinton administration and ignored by both sides, mainly your side, until it was too late.
That is a lie.\

The mortgage crisis was caused by Bush's 'ownership society' and Alan Greenspan's 'cheap money' policies.

But you're too ignorant to comprehend any of it.

Q. Crisis didn't happen until 2006, what was Bush doing for the first 5 years??

Q. So whose lap did the crisis land in??

Q. Where does the buck stop??

Q. Why do you blame everyone but the guy who was in charge??

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A. Because you're a FAUX deranged nitwit.

Case closed.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Level 4

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#843171 Jan 20, 2013
mdbuilder wrote:
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Wanna bet two wrongs will make a right, this time?
VERY interesting. Could be that two Lefts will create a Right because that's all we have left to fix things:]
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#843170 Jan 20, 2013
OldRaider wrote:
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You missed the point. When something like Benghazi is going down in real time, the last thing that people on site that are trained to handle a crisis like this need is someone unqualified to micro-mange it from Washington. This should be obvious to anyone, including you.
What a bunch of bullshit. What an ignorant assertion.

Level 5

Since: Jul 08

We will not go gentle

#843172 Jan 20, 2013
leosanus wrote:
<quoted text> filthy dirtmouth dirty illegitimate neglectful babymama say what? LOL
I can only assume your daughter calls you Dad or Pops?

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Level 4

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#843173 Jan 20, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! Then leave for a BETTER country son!
Sheesh! All you little insects do is complain about not having things YOUR way! What a bunch of immature whiners you are!
But.... you provide entertaining comedy in the process!
Yours is a typical Liberal mindset: don't fix the country - leave it for a better one. The grass is always greener on the other side!

Let the rest of the citizens suffer through the rigors of fixing their country while you slither away to find some place easier, like Mexico, to drink Margaritas and wiggle your fat diabetic toes in the sand. Cheap. You are cheap. A Loser with no shame or conscience.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#843174 Jan 20, 2013
Are you really so stupid to calim that Republiclowns did not attempt to disenfranchise countless thousands of voters in 2012??

If so, you're more a fool than I gave you credit for.

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In the lead up to the 2000 presidential election, Florida’s Republican Secretary of State Katherine Harris hired a private company to create an error-laden “scrub list” of so-called ineligible voters, eventually wrongly purging as many as 7000 voters from Florida’s rolls — or 13 times George W. Bush’s post-Supreme Court margin of victory. Moreover, because Harris’ list “invariably target[ed] a minority population in Florida” that was overwhelmingly likely to vote for Al Gore, it is likely that her voter purge gave the presidency to Bush. Four years later, Ohio’s Republican Secretary of State Ken Blackwell engaged in similar shenanigans to suppress the vote in his crucial swing state — including at one point saying he would reject voter registration forms if they were not printed on 80-pound thickness cardstock.

This election, the role of Kathrine Harris and Ken Blackwell is played by Ohio’s new Republican Secretary of State, Jon Husted. Here are just a few of the steps Husted took to try to swing Ohio’s crucial electoral votes to Mitt Romney:
•Trashing Provisional Ballots: In a last-minute directive that directly conflicts with Ohio law, Husted ordered all voters who make a mistake when filling out a form accompanying provisional ballots to be disenfranchised. As the majority of provisional ballots are cast in Ohio’s five largest counties — all of which favor Democrats — and because low-income and transient voters are also more likely to vote provisionally, Husted’s directive will likely disenfranchise many more Democrats than Republicans.
•Restricting Early Voting: Husted fought tooth and nail to limit opportunities to vote early in Ohio, although most of the restrictions on early voting Husted advocated were eventually blocked by a federal appeals court. Nevertheless, Husted still limited the number of hours available for early voting even after he lost in federal court, and he told an election law symposium last month that the court decision restoring early voting periods was an “un-American approach to voting.” Early voters in Ohio overwhelmingly support President Obama. As the federal court restoring early voting explained,“early voters have disproportionately lower incomes and less education than election day voters,” and thus are less likely to work flexibility to take time off to vote on election day.
•Defying Court Orders: After a federal district court declared Ohio’s efforts to suppress early voting unconstitutional, Husted openly defied this order — ordering local elections officials not to comply with it. Husted eventually backed down after federal Judge Peter Economus ordered Husted to personally attend a court hearing concerning his refusal to comply with the law.
•Retaliating Against People Who Oppose Him: Husted fired two Montgomery County board of election members after they voted to allow early voting on weekends when Husted opposed it.


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You want to go there??

I'll bury you with stories about FL, OH, WI, PA, etc.

Words from the Republiclown officials themselves.

Go for it, nitwit!! You've already proven yourself to be incapable of discussion..........
TSM wrote:
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Nuculur are you Really this Stupid?...No one being denied the right to vote! But again Republicans was the party that passed the 15th Amendment, extending to African-Americans the right to vote. Nearly all Republicans in Congress voted in favor, though a few abstained, saying it did not go far enough. Nearly all Democrats in Congress voted against the 15th Amendment.

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