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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I'm afraid we're going to have to add Avoidant Personality Disorder to your perseveration, schizophrenia and paranoia diagnosis:
Avoidant personality disorder is characterized by feelings of extreme social inhibition, inadequacy, and sensitivity to negative criticism and rejection.
http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/avoidant-p...
It's like dealing with my kids. I keep asking the same questions until they give me a goddam answer.
If they continually avoid answering the questions, I am certain that they are hiding a truth that they know will condemn them universally.
So, how about you Democrats not act like my kids when they are trying to hide something really bad from me.
Answer the questions.
Remind us...
When's the last time the Democrats in the Senate passed a budget?
In other words, when's the last time the Democrats even had a goddam plan for government?
And, just why would Obama order no support be given to the Americans in Benghazi while he watched Al Qaeda kill them on the live video feed?
Then, why would Obama lie for two weeks covering up an Al Qaeda attack on the United States?
And, why haven't the Democrats had a plan for government in four goddam years?
And, where will the money come from to pay for Obama's government?
And, why is Obama trying to disarm the American people not living in Democrat districts?
And, why do you constantly lie about Obama passing the bar and ever seeing the inside of a court room as a lawyer?
... and;
What does your psychiatrist say about your characteristic propensity to digress when answering a question proves you to be fullofshit?

I'm afraid we're going to have to add Avoidant Personality Disorder to your perseveration, schizophrenia and paranoia diagnosis.
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Ted Cruz slanders war hero, embarrasses Texas and violates Armed Services Committee tradition

The hearings to consider the nomination of former Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.) began with two great statesmen endorsing Hagel and ended with a freshman Republican senator embarrassing his state and the Armed Services Committee with a performance that illustrates why Republicans have lost three of the last four national elections and why Texas Democrats have good odds of a historic revival.

Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/lawmake...

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WalMart reports softer spending due to higher taxes and gas prices. Lowers expectations for first quater sales.

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Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>How so? You think it's the Giverment's money, I don't. It's my money.
The 16th amendment more or less declares that all of our income is the property of the Federal government. Any amount they let us keep is the result of the benevolence of Congress. The Courts have ruled as such throughout the history of the income tax. This includes any income, from gifts to fringe benefits. If your employer pays for a business lunch, the Federal government can tax you for 100% of your lunch if they so desire. There are of course loopholes and all sorts of deductions and write offs. But those are all by the grace of Congress. According to the Courts and the 16th amendment Congress doesn’t have to write any deductions into law. They’re entitled to everything.

http://stevenbirnspeaks.com/2012/06/29/the-re...
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Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>How so? You think it's the Giverment's money, I don't. It's my money.
racism has become something that's so commonplace with conservatives that you don't even thinks it's racism anymore.

one thing i know you can see clearly...no more Republicans in the WH unless you all can figure out a way to get blacks to vote for conservatives.

and accusing liberals of being racist doesn't seem to much impress the black folks near as much as it does the 8% club.

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Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>The 16th amendment more or less declares that all of our income is the property of the Federal government. Any amount they let us keep is the result of the benevolence of Congress. The Courts have ruled as such throughout the history of the income tax. This includes any income, from gifts to fringe benefits. If your employer pays for a business lunch, the Federal government can tax you for 100% of your lunch if they so desire. There are of course loopholes and all sorts of deductions and write offs. But those are all by the grace of Congress. According to the Courts and the 16th amendment Congress doesn’t have to write any deductions into law. They’re entitled to everything.
http://stevenbirnspeaks.com/2012/06/29/the-re...
Absolutely 100% correct. That's why we need the Fair Tax.
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Not that I approve of the unscrupulous ...
But what was it Hillary Clinton said about the Benghazi debacle that resulted in the deaths of 4 Americans:
"What's the difference"? < Ask their Families, they'll tell her >.
So, what's the difference what is said or done about that sell out?
The liberals had no problem with sexually trashing Conservative Women: Palin, Bachmann, Malkin, Coulter, and a host of others.
AND their children.
Who gives a gott-damn about that bytch with a dyck.
My condolences are with The Panda!
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no, you mean: your condolences are with the girl who was forced to wear a Panda mask.

though that is in no way sexist.

??????????
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Tea-Party Interns Starred in Video of Hillary Clinton Having Sex With Panda

"How was that not some form of sexual harassment?" a former FreedomWorks official said to Corn.

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2013/02/...

ok right wing talking head women, let's hear it!

[crickets]
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Rubio’s Dangerous Idea of What U.S.“Leadership” Should Be

Marco Rubio is unhappy with the attention Obama gave foreign policy issues in the State of the Union address:

During Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, President Barack Obama had an opportunity to engage in the debate about America’s role in the world. Unfortunately, he failed to do so.

Since Rubio also had nothing to say about America’s role in the world, except for using the phrase “indispensable nation,” this is an odd complaint to make about the speech. If this debate was so important and Obama’s supposed neglect of it so unfortunate, why didn’t Rubio include any of these arguments in his own speech? I assume that Rubio ignored foreign policy for the same perfectly good reason that it took up relatively little space in the president’s address: it isn’t a top priority for the public, there are more pressing and relevant domestic matters to discuss, and it doesn’t make sense to review a host of international problems at length in what are properly domestic political speeches for the sake of reviewing them. It’s also possible that Rubio knows that his peculiar understanding of global interdependence (in which Syria is “integral” to U.S. interests and events in Mali may soon be felt in Middle America) is not very popular with most Americans and hasn’t been for some time. Whatever the reason for it, it’s significant that Rubio couldn’t bother himself to include any discussion of foreign policy beyond reciting a slogan when he had the opportunity, but still thinks we should care about his interventionist and hegemonist preferences.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...

Rubio’s article includes a notable difference from his response speech. His Tuesday speech was filled with standard movement conservative arguments about the need for a smaller role for government, which is fine as far as it goes, but then he demands an extremely activist and much more powerful government abroad. Rubio writes:

The biggest foreign policy problem facing the United States right now is not too much U.S. engagement, but the danger of a world in which we increasingly refuse to lead.

So Rubio believes that America’s biggest foreign policy problem is that the U.S. is not involved enough in the rest of the world and is not “leading” as much as it should be. Most Americans don’t agree with that. For that matter, most Republicans apparently don’t agree with it, either. According to Rasmussen, just 22% of Republicans say the U.S. is not involved enough in the Middle East. Rubio doesn’t speak for a majority of his own party, much less a majority of the country. More important, this claim is simply not true.
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Forced? Sexist?

??????????

As if your concern is altruistic about either with regard to Tea Party, Republican or Conservative Persons, especially Women.

Fact Is: That video made a mockery out of "What difference does it make?" Clinton. She deserves any and all rebuke she receives.

She should be slandered to the bone.
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no, you mean: your condolences are with the girl who was forced to wear a Panda mask.
though that is in no way sexist.
??????????
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Fake giant Pandas having sex with Hillary Clinton. Is this the best the Right Wing can do against her?

http://theimmoralminority.blogspot.com/2013/0...

pretty much.

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sonicfilter wrote:
Rubio’s Dangerous Idea of What U.S.“Leadership” Should Be
Marco Rubio is unhappy with the attention Obama gave foreign policy issues in the State of the Union address:
During Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, President Barack Obama had an opportunity to engage in the debate about America’s role in the world. Unfortunately, he failed to do so.
Since Rubio also had nothing to say about America’s role in the world, except for using the phrase “indispensable nation,” this is an odd complaint to make about the speech. If this debate was so important and Obama’s supposed neglect of it so unfortunate, why didn’t Rubio include any of these arguments in his own speech? I assume that Rubio ignored foreign policy for the same perfectly good reason that it took up relatively little space in the president’s address: it isn’t a top priority for the public, there are more pressing and relevant domestic matters to discuss, and it doesn’t make sense to review a host of international problems at length in what are properly domestic political speeches for the sake of reviewing them. It’s also possible that Rubio knows that his peculiar understanding of global interdependence (in which Syria is “integral” to U.S. interests and events in Mali may soon be felt in Middle America) is not very popular with most Americans and hasn’t been for some time. Whatever the reason for it, it’s significant that Rubio couldn’t bother himself to include any discussion of foreign policy beyond reciting a slogan when he had the opportunity, but still thinks we should care about his interventionist and hegemonist preferences.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
Rubio’s article includes a notable difference from his response speech. His Tuesday speech was filled with standard movement conservative arguments about the need for a smaller role for government, which is fine as far as it goes, but then he demands an extremely activist and much more powerful government abroad. Rubio writes:
The biggest foreign policy problem facing the United States right now is not too much U.S. engagement, but the danger of a world in which we increasingly refuse to lead.
So Rubio believes that America’s biggest foreign policy problem is that the U.S. is not involved enough in the rest of the world and is not “leading” as much as it should be. Most Americans don’t agree with that. For that matter, most Republicans apparently don’t agree with it, either. According to Rasmussen, just 22% of Republicans say the U.S. is not involved enough in the Middle East. Rubio doesn’t speak for a majority of his own party, much less a majority of the country. More important, this claim is simply not true.
When you say "involved", do you mean things like Obama arming Wahabist terrorists in the Muslim Brotherhood?

Or, do you mean things like Obama ordering all military units specifically prepositioned to respond to an attack specifically on our embassy specifically in Libya to disregard their default orders and hang the Americans out to dry while he watched Al Qaeda kill them on the real-time video feed?

You have to be more specific.
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racism has become something that's so commonplace with conservatives that you don't even thinks it's racism anymore.
one thing i know you can see clearly...no more Republicans in the WH unless you all can figure out a way to get blacks to vote for conservatives.
and accusing liberals of being racist doesn't seem to much impress the black folks near as much as it does the 8% club.
YOU still have not told us why the inner city ghettos and projects are 'Blue Magnets' for blacks? How or why that happened?

With friends like a racist Al Sharpton, on MSNBC wanting the government to have absolute control over you and your twin deranged lives, all good Marxist sheep believe their handler's propaganda. It's how and why you and your imaginary twin stay on the reservation. Definitely Liberal.
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Fake giant Pandas having sex with Hillary Clinton. Is this the best the Right Wing can do against her?
http://theimmoralminority.blogspot.com/2013/0...
pretty much.
In the age of information... Your ignorance is still a spammers choice.
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DBWriter wrote:
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When you say "involved", do you mean things like Obama arming Wahabist terrorists in the Muslim Brotherhood?
Or, do you mean things like Obama ordering all military units specifically prepositioned to respond to an attack specifically on our embassy specifically in Libya to disregard their default orders and hang the Americans out to dry while he watched Al Qaeda kill them on the real-time video feed?
You have to be more specific.
can't help you.

i try to stay away from right wing blogs.
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Seems like it got to you. You keep posting your C&P about it.

But, I think a fake giant gorilla would have been more wickedly devious. More realistic too! Giver her some Billy-Boy.

A Big-Foot perhaps ...?

And after all, every "girl" loves a bear for Valentine's Day! ;)

So, what else 'you got' in your stock box of C&P?

That's some stash, All BS, but great filler for one who can't compose an Opt-Ed backed up with Facts.
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Fake giant Pandas having sex with Hillary Clinton. Is this the best the Right Wing can do against her?
http://theimmoralminority.blogspot.com/2013/0...
pretty much.

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<quoted text>Post something that proves what you post, Davey Boie?? We're not looking for Huf-Po horsehockey?
Been posted before.

If you were too f* king stupid to read it then, you're likely too f*cking stupid to read it now.

If you really think Obama never passed the bar or argued a case in court, you just as GD dumb as your mental twin dumbwaiter.
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DBWriter wrote:
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When you say "involved", do you mean things like Obama arming Wahabist terrorists in the Muslim Brotherhood?
Or, do you mean things like Obama ordering all military units specifically prepositioned to respond to an attack specifically on our embassy specifically in Libya to disregard their default orders and hang the Americans out to dry while he watched Al Qaeda kill them on the real-time video feed?
You have to be more specific.
Those long winded deranged post by sonicfilter are not worth a reply. A spammers glee, is a reply.
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new yawk wrote:
Forced? Sexist?
??????????
As if your concern is altruistic about either with regard to Tea Party, Republican or Conservative Persons, especially Women.
Fact Is: That video made a mockery out of "What difference does it make?" Clinton. She deserves any and all rebuke she receives.
She should be slandered to the bone.
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yes, i'm sure FreedomWorks asked for volunteers.

and the whole Benghazi non-conspiracy has really captured the attention of the majority!

LMAO
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sonicfilter wrote:
Tea-Party Interns Starred in Video of Hillary Clinton Having Sex With Panda
"How was that not some form of sexual harassment?" a former FreedomWorks official said to Corn.
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2013/02/...
ok right wing talking head women, let's hear it!
[crickets]
Maybe Amy Kremer can work it into her act.

Hah, now there's a chica that makes a young person want to run right down and register as a Republican.

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