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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Jimmy

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More bunk from the thread mental case...
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Tough day for you yesterday waxturd. Not one of your right wing buddies would give you any love. Doesn't that tell you something when not one person thinks you're honest, intelligent or even sane? You're the definition of loser.
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We are not in Mali.
We are aiding those fighting these terrorists.
Why do you think it was justified to invade Afghanstan to fight terrorists but not help others do the same thing.
The US funded Bin Laden and others of like kind during the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. The US provided Saddam with money, satellite intel and of course various sorts of, cough, weaponry during the Iraq-Iran war, yet the fruitcake from KenTICky worries about Mali.
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>The US funded Bin Laden and others of like kind during the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. The US provided Saddam with money, satellite intel and of course various sorts of, cough, weaponry during the Iraq-Iran war, yet the fruitcake from KenTICky worries about Mali.
Looking for friends with the same deranged mental disorder as you...priceless!
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<quoted text>A lot of black folks living inner city ghetto and projects.. How and why did that happen?
Mistakes, whinning and bullshit are proof that you are trying...
BS?

“no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons.”

Reagan. much like the today's nutjobs: scared of the black man.
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47%ers, California, and teat suckling...

"Did you know that California, with just 12% of America's population, has 34% of American welfare recipients?"

Job numbers...

"For industries paying over 150% of the average American wage, Texas could claim 216,000 extra jobs; the rest of the country added 495,000. In other words, the Lone Star State, with 8% of the U.S. population, created nearly a third of the country's highest-paying positions. Texas also added 49,000 positions paying 125% to 150% of the U.S. average; the rest of the country lost 74,000 jobs in that category."

STEM anyone...

"Since 2002, Houston has grown high tech STEM (science-technology-engineerin g-math) jobs five times faster than Silicon Valley. Austin four times faster, and, big-picture, Texas ranks at the top in terms of small business employment growth. And over the past couple of years, Texas accounts for nearly a fifth of the nation's total population growth."

http://www.willisms.com/archives/2013/01/texa...
sonicfilter

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The fear inspired by black people with guns also led the United States Congress to consider new gun restrictions, after the summer of 1967 brought what the historian Harvard Sitkoff called the “most intense and destructive wave of racial violence the nation had ever witnessed.” Devastating riots engulfed Detroit and Newark. Police and National Guardsmen who tried to help restore order were greeted with sniper fire.

A 1968 federal report blamed the unrest at least partly on the easy availability of guns. Because rioters used guns to keep law enforcement at bay, the report’s authors asserted that a recent spike in firearms sales and permit applications was “directly related to the actuality and prospect of civil disorders.” They drew “the firm conclusion that effective firearms controls are an essential contribution to domestic peace and tranquility.”

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2... #

somehow different when crazy white folks are trying to 'deal' with a black president.

talk about some irony.

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Jimmy wrote:
More bunk from the thread mental case...
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Interesting that 17 of your imaginary friends just laid peanuts on me for exposing you but not ONE of them will say a word in your defense. You are pathetic waxturd.
sonicfilter

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When rural county sheriffs like Michael Dixon of Osage County fire off emotionally charged missives proclaiming that they will fight federal overreach on gun control laws, that’s generally good retail politics, the kind that gets a honk and a wave from a gun-toting, pickup-driving voter. But there are consequences to painting oneself as the protector of one tortured interpretation of one sentence in the Constitution while treating the rest of the document as though it were written in invisible ink.
Consider Arizona’s crusty old Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was harmless enough when putting prisoners in pink underwear, but not so much when he found himself in violation of numerous federal laws for basically ignoring those parts of the Constitution that don’t involve protecting guns or trying to prove whether the president was born in this country.

So when Mr. Dixon and others like him foolishly suggest that they will stand against any and all gun control actions taken by the federal government, they do little more than explain to their constituents how little they know of the Constitution.

http://www.stltoday.com/news/opinion/columns/...
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47%ers, we can protect you, and when they have a gun all you need are scissors...

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nothing to see here...

"Panetta Confirms Again That Waterboarding Helped Get Bid Laden; Media Still Confused"

http://www.bernardgoldberg.com/panetta-confir...
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BS?
“no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons.”
Reagan. much like the today's nutjobs: scared of the black man.
You still have not told us why a lot of black folks are living inner city ghetto and projects.. How or why did that happen?

Your mistakes, whinning and bullshit diversions are proof that you are still trying...

Mass killings by Democrats or Chicago ghetto style killings from the culture of violence are not by someone clinging to their guns and religion.
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Forks_make_Us_fat wrote:
47%ers, California, and teat suckling...
"Did you know that California, with just 12% of America's population, has 34% of American welfare recipients?"
Job numbers...
"For industries paying over 150% of the average American wage, Texas could claim 216,000 extra jobs; the rest of the country added 495,000. In other words, the Lone Star State, with 8% of the U.S. population, created nearly a third of the country's highest-paying positions. Texas also added 49,000 positions paying 125% to 150% of the U.S. average; the rest of the country lost 74,000 jobs in that category."
STEM anyone...
"Since 2002, Houston has grown high tech STEM (science-technology-engineerin g-math) jobs five times faster than Silicon Valley. Austin four times faster, and, big-picture, Texas ranks at the top in terms of small business employment growth. And over the past couple of years, Texas accounts for nearly a fifth of the nation's total population growth."
http://www.willisms.com/archives/2013/01/texa...
Does the Texas job machine have a fatal flaw?

As Gov. Rick Perry ramps up his campaign for the presidency, critics are seizing on the fact that the state has created hundreds of thousands of minimum-wage jobs during his tenure, including many without benefits.

Texas and Mississippi have the highest share of this low-paid workforce: 9.5 percent of all hourly employees were paid the minimum wage or less last year, compared with 6 percent of workers nationwide.

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2011/08/17/121018/...

In The New York Times, five writers debated the Texas job juggernaut, and one headline captured this theme: "Texas or the Third World?"
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OldRaider wrote:
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Interesting that 17 of your imaginary friends just laid peanuts on me for exposing you but not ONE of them will say a word in your defense. You are pathetic waxturd.
Oh sure thing thread mental case. Go east some peanuts, Judgeit man. LOL.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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Does the Texas job machine have a fatal flaw?
As Gov. Rick Perry ramps up his campaign for the presidency, critics are seizing on the fact that the state has created hundreds of thousands of minimum-wage jobs during his tenure, including many without benefits.
Texas and Mississippi have the highest share of this low-paid workforce: 9.5 percent of all hourly employees were paid the minimum wage or less last year, compared with 6 percent of workers nationwide.
http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2011/08/17/121018/...
In The New York Times, five writers debated the Texas job juggernaut, and one headline captured this theme: "Texas or the Third World?"
Cuz we all know that the liberals believe that it is better to be on welfare and food stamps than working for minimum wage. They always know how to take the moral high ground. HA
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Donations Pour in for Mall Cop Who Tasered Hoodrat in Front of Her Kids
When Barack Obama introduced ObamaCare early in his first term as U.S. president, debates raged on conservative blogs as to the universal healthcare’s main objective. Many believed that ObamaCare’s underlying purpose was to control the population — specifically a non-productive, unruly part of the population that continues to breed out of control.
That line of thinking was fueled by Obama’s choice for “Science Czar, John Holdren, who co-wrote a book about 30 years ago advocating forced abortions and mass sterilizations as a form of population control.
But as ObamaCare wound its way through Congress and eventually to the Supreme Court, it became clear that the extent to which Obama was willing to resolve the ‘hoodrat problem’ was through abortion funding and making it easier for teens to get abortions without parental approval.
Last May, an Atlanta mall security guard recorded a confrontation with two verbally abusive hoodrats, which descended quickly into pushing and shoveling. The mall guard, Darien Long, was forced to taser one of the women who punched Long and screamed profanities in full view of her small children.
“You better back it up!” warned the mall guard as the women’s toddlers chimed in with a chorus of “THAT’S WHY YOU GAY!”
The video footage, from a camera hidden inside Long’s vest, went viral, and now donations are pouring in from concerned citizens who want to supply Long with “better and more gear” to battle the mall scourge. Donors have now raised over $22,000 and counting for Long, Newsone.com reports.
THIS WILL LEARN EM
toddlers, how sad. but it is true that no one suddenly flips a switch and a thug appears. they are brought up that way, usually by women who breed without care and probably also have abortions in between. NYC had headlines last week that at first appeared awful: the NYPD arrested a 7 year old on assault charges. the baby momma breeder is now suing for $250 million. after the lib cries died down though, the thug-in-trainings victims came forward. this is a future resident of Attica in the making. hopefully, the baby mama doesn't collect a dime, but if she does--the victims of her bad decision making should counter sue.

http://www.inquisitr.com/502639/7-year-old-ar...
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What Hagel’s Show Trial Means

It exposed a GOP that focuses on only one country, and it's not the United States.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articl...
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Aphelion wrote:
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Cuz we all know that the liberals believe that it is better to be on welfare and food stamps than working for minimum wage. They always know how to take the moral high ground. HA
A camel can work for a week without drinking. A liberal can drink for a whole week without working...
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So, as long as Zawahari is alive, we should not kill any other Al Qaeda leaders.
Killing other Al Qaeda leadership is pointless.
Libya is getting new leadership & government.
You think we should ignore it. Allow it to be influenced by others.
The mere idea that you backed George W Bush in his invasion of Iraq & have this tissy fit about Libya is beyond ridiculous.
You reek of the hypocricy of ignorance Duhm a(zz) Duh a Vey.

What's the matter, the FACT that just because the "labelDUHmlabel" (AQIM)didn't specifically sayz "al qeada", CONfoose yer poor wittle bwain?

Keep supporting barbaric, archiac, animalisTicmind(less)sets-(lik e the PLO and Hezbollah) that makes the Salem witch trials look like a walk trough Disneyland doofus-maybe they'll give lil ol yew a fwag to wave.

Idiot.
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RealDave wrote:
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We are not in Mali.
We are aiding those fighting these terrorists.
Why do you think it was justified to invade Afghanstan to fight terrorists but not help others do the same thing.
sniff...sniff...HYPOCRICY of ignorance Duh A Vey?
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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>The US funded Bin Laden and others of like kind during the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. The US provided Saddam with money, satellite intel and of course various sorts of, cough, weaponry during the Iraq-Iran war, yet the fruitcake from KenTICky worries about Mali.
"Ding Dong al qeaders gone..duh baduh ol binny too...."
Keep lapping it up at the bullchit bowls of ignorance realtime.

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