Barack Obama, our next President

"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 ... Full Story
So NotwaxNotSurNuts

Pompano Beach, FL

#853127 Feb 3, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
The most bang for the buck right now with my obamaworshippers is to save the life of government leeches. Round up all the rest of the gang members in my Obama brigade and lock them up. Next, we should have doctors evaluate me and the other sockpuppets that keep going berserk with judgits. Then we should remove them all from being under the control of myself so we can save Obama! What do you think my topix friends?
Not Surprized! ROTFLMAO!
So NotwaxNotSurNuts

Pompano Beach, FL

#853128 Feb 3, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
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That's me!
Not Surprized! ROTFLMAO!

Level 1

Since: Nov 09

Pharr, TX

#853129 Feb 3, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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The problem with education is that public schools do not hire the best-qualified personnel. In fact, public education avoids hiring graduates with subject matter majors in favor of education majors, generally the lower end of the student crop.
Teacher salaries are more than adequate to attract highly-qualified personnel, but schools choose to use other criteria in hiring.
Oh my gosh, another conspiracy! Let me get this straight, schools don't hire the best teachers because they have some hidden agenda, and what might that be?

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#853131 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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You look, cretin:
Rep. Duncan D. Hunter, R-Calif., stated in The Washington Times,“The official unemployment rate treats this subset of Americans, totaling as many as 88 million people, as if they just vanished ... call it what it is, an accounting gimmick.”
So What Is the Real Number That Obama Would Prefer You Don’t See?
The real unemployment rate is an eye-opening 22.3%, according to John Williams with Shadow Government Statistics ... nearly triple the “official unemployment rate.”
But as alarming as this number is, certain experts — like Dick Morris, John Bolton, Lou Dobbs, Newt Gingrich, and Larry Kudlow — believe our economic situation could get much, MUCH worse.
Read more: Jobless rate is inaccurate as Obama Plays a Numbers Game
Its 14% and going down faster than the official rate. Only a Fox-bot could list Bolton, Morris, Dobbs, or Gingrich as "experts" and keep a straight face.

That's really hitting bottom there "discordian", let's watch to see if Carol picks it up.
NWaxman

United States

#853133 Feb 3, 2013
So NotwaxNotSurNuts wrote:
<quoted text> Not Surprized! ROTFLMAO!
ROTFLMAO! Wrong as usual Waxturd. But thanks for playing.
So NotwaxNotSurNuts

Pompano Beach, FL

#853135 Feb 3, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
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ROTFLMAO! I'm wrong as usual. But thanks for playing.
Not Surprized! ROTFLMAO!

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#853137 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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What about the earthquakes, fires and mud slides? And 5 million illegals and gangbangers?
The only illegals you're gonna find in Temecula are armed with weed-whackers and leaf blowers.

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#853138 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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No one asked you, Dingus.
No one asked you, Dingus.

Now STFU and finish your Corn Flakes.
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#853141 Feb 3, 2013
NWaxman wrote:
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ROTFLMAO! Wrong as usual Waxturd. But thanks for playing.
But thanks for playing? What a moron.
TSM

El Paso, TX

#853145 Feb 3, 2013
Liberals/Democrats being the Party of Low expectation this is good news sort of fits in with Obama’s claiming Mission Accomplish!!

Poverty's increasing.
Gas prices have almost doubled.
The price of health care premiums has exploded and will only explode more (but-but-but Obama said…!)
Poor and middle class incomes are falling.
One-in-five Americans are on food stamps.
The non-partisan GAO says Obama's exploding deficit is unsustainable.
Eight million people are looking for work.
Our labor force has shrunk to thirty-year levels (170k more dropped out last month).
Chronic unemployment hasn't been this bad since World War II.
The long-term unemployment rate is over 14%, and if the labor force was merely the same size today as it was the day Obama took office, today's unemployment rate would be closer to 11%!!
Obama telling his party “I love it when a plan comes together!
The Voice of Rosin

Seattle, WA

#853149 Feb 3, 2013
Hey, Roy, would you forgive Naomi if you came home from the vegetable stand and found her two-timin' you with a big zucchini? You remember your dad, Roy? Asphyxiated himself in the tobacco barn with Playboy in one hand and his dick in the other. Gotta leave a mark, huh?

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#853151 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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No bus boys, maids, fast food clerks, ditch diggers? I've been to Temecula.
Good for you. So, how does it stack up against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre?

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#853152 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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I'd call 14% pretty awful, wouldn't you? Your sources are no better than mine, stop posing, poseur.
47 million on food stamps is nothing to brag about either.
Aren't you going to brag about the stock market?
Just saw some poor young black guy being picked up by his grandpa with all his worldly possessions in some boxes, he lost his job and was homeless. I guess he can't find one of those 5 millions new jobs Obama "created".
You missed that earlier, DJIA up 110% off its 2009 low. Pretty good if you ask me but then again, I'm aware of the non-partisan nature of markets. My ideology doesn't require that I ignore reality.

Your "sources"

Ha!
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#853153 Feb 3, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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I love living in the future, this beats the hell out of flying cars!
I really wanted a flying car Tenzing__and one of those mechanical maids. ;)
The Voice of Rosin

Seattle, WA

#853154 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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BTW, Dingus, the real issue is Obama's failure to reduce the number of unemployed, something he promised to do and IMO something he doesn't care one bit about.
Remember the pipeline he vetoed?
"Jobs??? We don't need no steenking jobs!!!" B. Obama.
The pipeline? You mean the one to Texas? Who cares whether Texans have jobs? Oklahomans? Don't you get it? What you dearly love is a pyramid scheme, and you can't keep the pyramid goin' unless there are always more of you at the bottom of the pyramid. This is what fat whites call, "growth." So, um, what happens to the top of the pyramid when the bottom doesn't get larger? It disappears, that's what. Do yourselves a favor, after burning Texas and Oklahoma to the ground, join the club for no-growth. It's the happenin' thing.

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#853155 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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BTW, Dingus, the real issue is Obama's failure to reduce the number of unemployed, something he promised to do and IMO something he doesn't care one bit about.
Remember the pipeline he vetoed?
"Jobs??? We don't need no steenking jobs!!!" B. Obama.
Its an issue for you; I'm not one to look to the government to solve all problems. I leave that to you welfare queens.

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#853156 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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Come on there Hollywood, when we already have stacks of work and business rules and regulations that would tower over Kareem abdul Jabbar, how is this going to create new jobs?
Surge of New Rules Shows Regulation Is Back - NYTimes.com
www.nytimes.com/2010/05/13/us/politics/13rule...
May 12, 2010 – With Obama, Regulations Are Back in Fashion ... A new age of regulation is well under way in Washington, a fact somewhat obscured by the ...
Debate Analysis: Did Regulation Quadruple Under Obama? The ...
blog.heritage.org/.../debate-analysis-did-reg... -...
Oct 17, 2012 –“The rate of regulations quadrupled under this President.”... Mitt Romney took aim at the Obama Administration's penchant for making rules.... Obama, in fact, has imposed fewer new regulations than did Bush, they claim.
Obimbles is beholden to radical leftist tree huggers that fight every attempt at progress in this country.
Evidently the majority of voters liked it so you should take it up with them.

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#853157 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
From the leftist NYT's, they are Obama azz smoochers, they wouldn't lie, would they? Face it libs, Obama doesn't care one f ing bit about jobs in the private sector:
Regulatory policy made a cameo appearance in last night’s presidential debate when Governor Mitt Romney took aim at the Obama Administration’s penchant for making rules.
“Regulations have quadrupled,” Romney said.“The rate of regulations quadrupled under this President.”
The assertion led to a mini-controversy this morning over the Obama regulatory record. Left-leaning blogger Andrew Sullivan, Salon.com , and the Huffington Post all jumped in to argue that there has been no such increase in regulation. Obama, in fact, has imposed fewer new regulations than did Bush, they claim.
But they are wrong, and Romney was right.
And for the record, I am always right.
I'll be sure to let you know when you're right, hasn't happened yet but I promise you'll be the first to know.

Your NYT article was from 2010.
Shakalaka

Morrow, GA

#853158 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
Obama does not care about new jobs, he cares about ideology, nothi ng else. If you don't have a job, tough shit.
"Far more telling are the numbers of “major” rules: those that will cost the private sector $100 million or more each year. We found that 106 such major new regulations have been adopted during the Obama years, compared to 28 under Bush—a ratio of 3.8 to 1. In terms of cost, Obama’s rules imposed some $46 billion in additional annual burdens, compared to $8.1 billion in new costs during the first three Bush years, a whopping 5.6 to 1 ratio.
These numbers should not be surprising: President Obama has hardly been shy about making the case for increased regulation, and the record reflects that. Governor Romney was right to point that out"
Progressives, libs, dems= the new nazis
They'll micro manage us from birth to death
From the way this society is headed, looks like some "micro management" is called for. Republican=the New Mentally Insane

Anytime doing away with assault weapons is called on to prevent these horrific crimes and it is interpreted as a "violation" of your "right to bear arms"...Insanity like this needs to be contained!

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#853159 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
From the leftist NYT's, they are Obama azz smoochers, they wouldn't lie, would they? Face it libs, Obama doesn't care one f ing bit about jobs in the private sector:
Regulatory policy made a cameo appearance in last night’s presidential debate when Governor Mitt Romney took aim at the Obama Administration’s penchant for making rules.
“Regulations have quadrupled,” Romney said.“The rate of regulations quadrupled under this President.”
The assertion led to a mini-controversy this morning over the Obama regulatory record. Left-leaning blogger Andrew Sullivan, Salon.com , and the Huffington Post all jumped in to argue that there has been no such increase in regulation. Obama, in fact, has imposed fewer new regulations than did Bush, they claim.
But they are wrong, and Romney was right.
And for the record, I am always right.
“Regulations have quadrupled,” Romney said.“The rate of regulations quadrupled under this President.”

Which is it?

You're too stupid to see the contradiction.

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