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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Truth is no SIN wrote:
OBAMA supporters can only compare obama to BUSH compare obama to obama he sucks
lets compare romney and mccain.....they both lost to obama obams
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<quoted text>Yeah right, if I were you I would have just let it ride__instead you make it worse.
Madden picks changed it's mind and currently favors the Niner's. Hah, no wonder they are always right.
I'm sticking with the Ravens by 3 in reg time.
Temecula can be found on google aszhole, that area has medical facilities to spare with more on the way__because MediCare patients can pay.
Don't you ever tire of getting it wrong???
Realtime nailed the winner and the spread.

Realtime also nailed that Galt doesn't know sht about Temecula CA.

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DBWaiter wrote:
Suggested Course Load for Southern University Stoodents:
1. How to pick a long-lasting T-shirt
2. What not to say to your parole officer.
3. How to start an electrical fire by plugging all your neighbors' trailer hitches into your trailer hitch.
4. How to "spel" southern.
5. How to talk forever and make people wonder if you have shit in your mouth?
6. How to change you oil on your lawn.
7. How to mount a trophy wife from the trailer park next to yours.
8. Zoning: do not mention the snail darters or extinct woodpeckers on your property.
9. How to charm women and men with your banjo.
10. What's the best way to hook up with a chinaman at a Chamber meeting?
11. China, the new Mexico?
ROFLMAO

Southern University

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Univers...

"Southern University and A&M College is a historically black college located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana...."

List of notable people who attended Southern University:

Athletes:
Rich Jackson
Mel Blount
Lou Brock
Harold Charmichael
Willie Davenport
Marvin Davis
Avery Johnson
Tyrone Jones
Fred Lewis
Bob Love
Rod Milburn
Isiah Robertson
Rickie Weeks

Musicians:
Randy Jackson
Alvin Batiste
Maurice Brown
Thaddeur Ford
Branford Marsalis
Nesby Phips

Miss Black USA
Terysa Singleton
Brittany Brown

Politicians:
Cleo Fields
William J. Jefferson ("I don't know how that hundred thousand dollars got in my freezer")

Military notables:
Sherian Grace Cadoria - first AA female to reach the rank of General in the US Army
Joe N. Ballard - first AA Chief of Engineers and Commander, USA Corps of Engineers

Let's go over your list again....

You really are quite ignorant, aren't you? How the f**k can a person as ignorant as you even feed yourself?
That's right. I forgot. I feed you.
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Oh Lookie here - I'm a Moonbat!
Not Surprized! ROTFLMAO!
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Circular Firing Squad: Conservative Media Pans Rove's New Anti-Tea Party "Conservative Victory Project"

Newly signed Fox analyst Eric Erickson sarcastically noted: "The people who brought us No Child Left Behind, Medicare Part D, TARP, the GM bailout, Harriet Miers, etc., etc., etc. are really hacked off that people have been rejecting them." Erickson added, "I dare say any candidate who gets this group's support should be targeted for destruction by the conservative movement."

Daniel Horowitz, a front page contributor to Erickson's RedState.com described Rove's group as "snakes in the GOP grass," and described the group's name as "Orwellian" since "they will never tell you how they plan to achieve conservative victory without running conservative candidates."

In response to Rove's announcement, Fox News contributor Michelle Malkin asked, "Who needs Obama and his Team Chicago to destroy the Tea Party when you've got Rove and his big government band of elites?" Addressing Rove, she wrote, "You and your Incumbency Protection Racket are the problem, not the Tea Party."

Ben Shapiro of Breitbart.com accused Rove of "quietly undermining conservatism" and described Rove and his allies as "the Bush insider team that helped lead to the rise of Barack Obama," and whose advice "led to the epic Romney defeat."

W. James Antle III pointed out in The Daily Caller that many candidates favored by the Republican establishment in 2012 -- likeTommy Thompson, George Allen, Rick Berg, Denny Rehberg, Linda Lingle, and Heather Wilson -- "all lost the general election" and that "if the Tea Party is to blame for anything, it is not distancing the party from Bush enough."

WorldNetDaily, linking to the New York Times story, described the effort in a headline as "Rove Doubles Down In War On Conservatives."

http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/02/04/circu...

"the Bush insider team that helped lead to the rise of Barack Obama,"
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Talk about incompetence…Again, Mr. Obama officially missed another deadline in the budget law by failing to submit his blueprint on the first Monday in February. The president has only met that deadline once in his tenure, Senate ‘Democrats’ has failed to pass a budget in the past Four Years see a pattern Here!!
incompetence is his forte.

the new national motto under Obama is one deft sound bite:

"What difference does it make? "

Hillary Clinton's instantly famous riposte at the Benghazi hearings is such a perfect distillation that it surely deserves to be the national motto of the United States.

They should put it on Paul Krugman's trillion-dollar coin, and in the presidential oath:
"Do you solemnly swear to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States?"
"Sure. What difference, at this point, does it make?"

Well, it's the difference between cool and reality – and, as Hillary's confident reply appeared to suggest, and the delirious media reception of it confirmed, reality comes a poor second in the Obama era.

The presumption of conservatives has always been that, one day, cold, dull reality would pierce the klieg-light sheen of Obama's glamour. Indeed, that was the premise of Mitt Romney's reductive presidential campaign.

But, just as Beyoncé will always be way cooler than some no-name operatic soprano or a male voice choir, so Obama will always be cooler than a bunch of squaresville yawneroos boring on about jobs and debt and entitlement reform.

Hillary's cocksure sneer to Sen. Johnson of Wisconsin made it explicit. At a basic level, the "difference" is the difference between truth and falsity, but the subtext took it a stage further: no matter what actually happened that night in Benghazi, you poor sad loser Republicans will never succeed in imposing that reality and its consequences on THIS administration.

And so a congressional hearing – one of the famous "checks and balances" of the American system – is reduced to just another piece of Beltway theater. "The form was still the same, but the animating health and vigor were fled," as Gibbon wrote in "The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire." But he's totally uncool, too. So Hillary lip-synced far more than Beyoncé, and was adored for it. "As I have said many times, I take responsibility," she said. In Washington, the bold declarative oft-stated acceptance of responsibility is the classic substitute for responsibility: rhetorically "taking responsibility," preferably "many times," absolves one from the need to take actual responsibility even once.'

because as Jeebus stated on page 1: all they wanted was a black president.

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Jane Says wrote:
<quoted text>"done" as in America is done, as Obammy encourages millions more poor and unskilled to sneak into the country while weakening the military?
I sure hope it's done. Look at you for christ's sake, you just make shit up and blather it out there like... like God put the nonsense words in your mouth so now you sort of an obligation to just spit it all out there! We need to become a nation of smart people not bigger idiots than we already are.

And a footnote here: I noticed nanabooboo gave me a "mean" judgit back there, but, baby, you ain't even seen me when I get mean.
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She also didn't read the original post which stipulated that the top ten American universities are - without exception - in the "northeast." Which they are. "Northeast" is more inclusive than "New England" and, the last time anyone checked New York is a part of it. A big part of it. Additionally, I listed at least 12 leading Universities in the Northeast but the list is much, much longer than that.
I noticed in here earlier one of the Roger-Righties was babbling on about how the sniper from Texas with the squeaky little southern voice was a "National Treasure." This observation defines clearly the difference between a southern education and a northern one.
Did so. Just clarifying even further.

Yale v Hawvard.

YALE-ANYDAY.

(and still- NY is NOT New England-so narrows the list and bounces out Columbia--just for the record).
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ROFLMAO
Southern University
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Univers...
"Southern University and A&M College is a historically black college located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana...."
List of notable people who attended Southern University:
Athletes:
Rich Jackson
Mel Blount
Lou Brock
Harold Charmichael
Willie Davenport
Marvin Davis
Avery Johnson
Tyrone Jones
Fred Lewis
Bob Love
Rod Milburn
Isiah Robertson
Rickie Weeks
Musicians:
Randy Jackson
Alvin Batiste
Maurice Brown
Thaddeur Ford
Branford Marsalis
Nesby Phips
Miss Black USA
Terysa Singleton
Brittany Brown
Politicians:
Cleo Fields
William J. Jefferson ("I don't know how that hundred thousand dollars got in my freezer")
Military notables:
Sherian Grace Cadoria - first AA female to reach the rank of General in the US Army
Joe N. Ballard - first AA Chief of Engineers and Commander, USA Corps of Engineers
Let's go over your list again....
You really are quite ignorant, aren't you? How the f**k can a person as ignorant as you even feed yourself?
That's right. I forgot. I feed you.
GO Duke -in the rest of the not so northern hemisphere lol
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You still haven't answered the question, by your own logic, congress controls the budget:
<Quote DBWriter> "Clinton had to be dragged kicking and screaming to all the Republican legislation that made the government fiscally sound."
Wouldn't a more logical question be, Where's Obama going to get the money that congress spent?
Weasel,

Show us where anyone of importance on the right said: "Obama should get no CREDIT".
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<quoted text>The "real" dumb carol...did you ever figure out what was going on? Most likely not, but the hand writing on the wall said you were finished ages ago.
Let me tell you about being finished....

If only we had Affirmative Action to save us....
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<quoted text>Let's talk Democratic thuggery and propaganda. I hate cliche's, but what the heck. This prig spews,
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
"Walk a mile in their shoes.", suggesting that Bush was a bully but conveniently neglects to mention that Obama has kept troops in the Middle East for four years now. That, and never mentions 9/11. We had thousands of civilian deaths too.
It's pretty obvious that he's just another wussified, gaywad, radical Democratic liberal whackjob. Strange how he has empathy for Muslim brats taught to carry C4 filled backpacks but not harmless, goofy Christian kids crawling around makeshift obstacle courses. He can stick his misplaced, pseudo-empathy the same place he puts his kukes and so can you.
bite your own arse....you narcissistic loser wimp. republicans are full of FOX shyt and can't even get a story straight. the war in afghanistan is due to end in 2014. so many years and billions wasted in keeping a pitiful and worthless nation in the hands of m@rons. yea....thank you bush, your buddies company haliburton is now looking to start another war.

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OldRaider wrote:
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You still haven't answered the question, by your own logic, congress controls the budget:
<Quote DBWriter> "Clinton had to be dragged kicking and screaming to all the Republican legislation that made the government fiscally sound."
Wouldn't a more logical question be, Where's Obama going to get the money that congress spent?
To correct you, the government hasn't had a budget since Obama took office. That is why there isn't any controls on spending. But, you probably wouldn't know that, would you....

And, to repeat what you obviously didn't comprehend, all of you Democrats give all credit to Pbama for everything, so let's just go along with that charade and call it "Obama's government".

Now, back to the question you are running away from like a dog that just escaped from Michael Vick's home:

Where will the money come from to pay for Obama's government?

A simple source of money will suffice for an answer.
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<quoted text>Let's talk Democratic thuggery and propaganda. I hate cliche's, but what the heck. This prig spews,
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
"Walk a mile in their shoes.", suggesting that Bush was a bully but conveniently neglects to mention that Obama has kept troops in the Middle East for four years now. That, and never mentions 9/11. We had thousands of civilian deaths too.
It's pretty obvious that he's just another wussified, gaywad, radical Democratic liberal whackjob. Strange how he has empathy for Muslim brats taught to carry C4 filled backpacks but not harmless, goofy Christian kids crawling around makeshift obstacle courses. He can stick his misplaced, pseudo-empathy the same place he puts his kukes and so can you.
the only difference is that Code Pink doesn't care because a Democrat is in the White House. Cindy Sheehan is no longer chained to the fence.
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Jane Says wrote:
<quoted text>incompetence is his forte.
the new national motto under Obama is one deft sound bite:
"What difference does it make? "
Hillary Clinton's instantly famous riposte at the Benghazi hearings is such a perfect distillation that it surely deserves to be the national motto of the United States.
They should put it on Paul Krugman's trillion-dollar coin, and in the presidential oath:
"Do you solemnly swear to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States?"
"Sure. What difference, at this point, does it make?"
Well, it's the difference between cool and reality – and, as Hillary's confident reply appeared to suggest, and the delirious media reception of it confirmed, reality comes a poor second in the Obama era.
The presumption of conservatives has always been that, one day, cold, dull reality would pierce the klieg-light sheen of Obama's glamour. Indeed, that was the premise of Mitt Romney's reductive presidential campaign.
But, just as Beyoncé will always be way cooler than some no-name operatic soprano or a male voice choir, so Obama will always be cooler than a bunch of squaresville yawneroos boring on about jobs and debt and entitlement reform.
Hillary's cocksure sneer to Sen. Johnson of Wisconsin made it explicit. At a basic level, the "difference" is the difference between truth and falsity, but the subtext took it a stage further: no matter what actually happened that night in Benghazi, you poor sad loser Republicans will never succeed in imposing that reality and its consequences on THIS administration.
And so a congressional hearing – one of the famous "checks and balances" of the American system – is reduced to just another piece of Beltway theater. "The form was still the same, but the animating health and vigor were fled," as Gibbon wrote in "The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire." But he's totally uncool, too. So Hillary lip-synced far more than Beyoncé, and was adored for it. "As I have said many times, I take responsibility," she said. In Washington, the bold declarative oft-stated acceptance of responsibility is the classic substitute for responsibility: rhetorically "taking responsibility," preferably "many times," absolves one from the need to take actual responsibility even once.'
because as Jeebus stated on page 1: all they wanted was a black president.
they keep fckn with you ppl. and ain't nothing you slobs can do but complain. complaints are like azz-holes....everybody has one.
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Well, just finished installing a redundant (post honeypot) alarm system under my bed to catch all my sockpuppets. Next step is to put a cheap camera/alarm on my hat to catch the sockpuppet who keeps stealing my name. Already did the cafeteria.
That dumb slimey sockpuppet has no clue I'm getting him next time. He's getting fingerprinted for sure next time. Can't wait until the next election when I can get myself arrested.
That will be fun. Justice.

Be right back, time for my lunch and a change of (whew)depends!! ;o

Jimmy will be judging the posts during my absence.
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47%ers, football fans, and that did not belong to you....

Ravens fans loot 7-11....

http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/02/04/rowd...
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Let me tell you about being flushed
ROFLMAO!
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I sure hope it's done. Look at you for christ's sake, you just make shit up and blather it out there like... like God put the nonsense words in your mouth so now you sort of an obligation to just spit it all out there! We need to become a nation of smart people not bigger idiots than we already are.
And a footnote here: I noticed nanabooboo gave me a "mean" judgit back there, but, baby, you ain't even seen me when I get mean.
a nation of smart people not bigger idiots than we already are.

that is not possible, we are traveling on the road to Greece with an administration that resembles something out of the movie Idiocracy. common sense has been relabled as racism and equal opportunity has been replaced by equal outcome.

'I don't normally watch television (the "zombie tube"), but I couldn't resist on election night. So I tuned in and found myself reacting in total shock at the live news interviews with Americans who had just voted: These people were complete morons!

I don't mean that in a flippant derogatory way. What I mean is that they were cognitively incapable of intelligent thought. They had no grasp of the issues, no comprehension of political reality, and no clear idea why they even voted for their candidate.

Without exception, the people I saw interviewed on the news appeared to be babbling idiots yanked right out of the movie Idiocracy. Some of them gave "reasons" for voting that had no basis in fact. "He's good for the economy and created more jobs," one Obama voter explained, apparently not realizing Obama has gutted the U.S. economy and destroyed tens of millions of jobs over the last four years, causing unemployment to skyrocket and food stamps to more than double.

The presidential election, it turns out, was decided by voters of such shockingly low IQ that many would have been considered medically retarded just two generations ago. And this is true on both sides of the aisle, as many Romney voters also appeared to be literally incapable of providing any logical reason why they voted for Romney.

What we just witnessed in America was the Idiocracy election of 2012.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/037875_idiocracy_e...
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Jimmy wrote:
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Weasel,
Show us where anyone of importance on the right said: "Obama should get no CREDIT".
tune in, FOX got the transscripts....but they're hidden like romneys tax returns.

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