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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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>And EVERYBODY knows that the were no Fords built after 1927...you may not be as totally evil as some of your right-wing compatriots, but you've gotta' be one of the dumbest Massey-swallowers on here.
Just where did I say that?
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sonicfilter wrote:
House Speaker John Boehner responds to the Obama administration's decision to cancel White House tours in order to comply with sequester-mandated spending cuts:
The President is trying to make it tough on members of Congress. It's just sick. I want to know who is being laid off at the White House.
So there you have it: The official position of House Republicans is that it would be better to lay off more workers than to cancel White House tours, because canceling White House tours makes it "tough" on members of Congress. Don't you feel sorry for them? I mean, it must be awful for them to have to call up campaign contributors who requested White House tour tickets and tell them that the tours have been cancelled because of the sequester—the sequester that they created.
If only there were something House Republicans could have done to avoided this great tragedy. You know, something like being willing to replace the sequester with something more reasonable. But they couldn't bring themselves to do that, and now we're stuck with the sequester ... and now that we're stuck with the sequester, the only thing they seem to be upset about is the one thing that impacts them on a personal level. As far as they're concerned, the hundreds of thousands of Americans that their fiscal policies are putting out of work can go take a hike.
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/03/06/1192...
Laying off federal workers is always a plus.

Let fat-butt Moochelle conduct the tours and earn her keep for a change.

Or lay off the calligraphers.

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John Galt wrote:
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Drunken old condo hoe wrong again.
Whasssssamatta' Galty, can't control you socks? Why don't you just read the book...or in the case of shinning, read a book.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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Republican....
The release of a Justice Department white paper outlining the administration’s legal case for the targeted killing of American citizens who are in cahoots with al-Qaeda has raised protest from the left, which has leeway to criticize the president now that he has been safely reelected, and unfortunately from some on the right, who find it convenient to locate their inner civil-liberty scolds when the White House is occupied by a Democrat. But there is in fact little novel in the white paper or the principles on which it relies. Due process is not generally required in battlefield situations, and an American citizen engaged in hostilities against the United States, on foreign soil and in concert with a terrorist force, is surely not entitled to counsel and a hearing before being dispatched. If he were, it would paralyze our ability to fight war.
http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/340148...
more?
This piece refers to attacks "on foreign soil."
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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>You're still dumb carol, but you working up to moran status.(BTW, tours is plural = they're) " The reason for the cancellations, an official with the Secret Service told NBC News, is because the Uniformed Division Officers normally tasked with securing the tours will be reassigned to other security posts at the White House. The move will reduce overtime costs and may reduce the number of furloughs the Secret Service could potentially face, according to the official.
Generally speaking, this is hardly scandalous. The news will no doubt disappoint some tourists, and there's arguably a symbolic significance, but when evaluating the sequester's effects, this seems fairly minor. Indeed, if scrapping tours helps prevent Secret Service furloughs, it's a no-brainer."
Interns are usually the tour guides. Uniformed Division Officers have the task of SECURING the tours.

Maybe if Obama gave up his ritual of presidential campaigning and flying all over the country in Air Force One or gave up golfing temporarily, the Uniformed Division Officers could continue to secure the tours at the White House.
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sonicfilter wrote:
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Federal Judge Finds N.S.A. Wiretaps Were Illegal
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/01/us/01nsa.ht...
Sonic, like shooting fish in a barrel, isn't it?

Carol, are you reading this? Try not to forget three minutes later.
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John Galt wrote:
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Because it would be racist to point out that the stupidest person in Congress is a black woman.
No, it's because the title of stupidest member of Congress has already been taken by Michelle Bachman.
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John Galt wrote:
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Rush Limbaugh would be target #1.
Concentration camps will be next.
Obama is our Hugo Chavez.
May I remind you of Bush and the Patriot Act.
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Doesn't surprise me. No one wants to be associated with his (IMO) not guilty verdict. Shts gonna hit the fan.
The prosecution has no case, didn't want to bring the charge to begin with, but were forced into doing so by Dronemaster Obama.

Let's hope the jury sends racists like Obama a message.

But if the verdict is "not guilty", Dronemaster Obama may order Zimmerman's execution anyway.
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Floridas History Prof wrote:
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You say the Democrats lied about being lied to (with regard to Bush and Cheney's WMD speeches).
Which means you believe Bush and Cheney were telling the truth.
Okay, so where are these WMDs?
(Crickets chirping... tumbleweed blows by...)
The UN gave Saddam plenty of time to get rid of them. Why do you think he was stalling after 14 resolutions?

He would have gotten them again when the world wasn't watching anymore.

You do know every single Democrat in the Clinton administration said Saddam had to go just three years before 9/11?

Have you looked up the Iraq Liberation Act of 1998? Maybe you should.
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That was truly the most pitiful thing I have ever seen.
My God you right whiners are so GD pathetic.
What, you are so jealous that Michele Obama is popular??? Childhood obesity, evidently a right wing family trait, is not healthy.
Smoking is much worse than obesity and Moochelle defends smoking.
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Does any Liberal/Democrat think this woman is Bright? Maxine Waters predicts 'over 170 million' jobs lost to sequestration, I guess either she met with Geithner before he departed or Lew after being confirm our New Secretary of Treasury because the Math doesn’t Add Up!! Maxine the total number of Americans employed in US is between 145 to 155 million!! Now it’s a lot easier to understand why we in this Mess, she just the reflection of the Democratic Party!!
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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Some of them won't be happy until Barack is cleaning toilets and Michelle is taking in laundry to keep the three rooms of the White House they're now forced to live in from freezing...in other words, some of these sick people will NEVER be happy.
Sounds like a plan. Make the moochers work.
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When SWAT takes out a hostage taker, where was that due process?
I get it. You want them top build a case & hold trial before they rescue the hostages.
Then, its OK when a sniper holds the gun & fires but "OMG OMG OMG" if it is done with a drone because there is no view from outside.
Do you people ever listen to see just how GD ridiculous you are?
Galt is not a fan of cops in general and specifically disapproves of SWAT tactics.

Hostage takers should only be shot if the life of the hostage is in imminent danger.

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Interns are usually the tour guides. Uniformed Division Officers have the task of SECURING the tours.
Maybe if Obama gave up his ritual of presidential campaigning and flying all over the country in Air Force One or gave up golfing temporarily, the Uniformed Division Officers could continue to secure the tours at the White House.
As previously stated, you are still a very dumb carol, but you're working very hard to reach moron status...BTW, did flack do your repetitive voice box responses on a 3-D printer? They need to have a little more to do with the subject matter rather than just be a random See-N-Say...
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<quoted text>Nah, you wish maybe but that's not how it will play out. He may be found not guilty because the evidence is sketchy and the witnesses suck. But he won't walk with immunity from civil action and he will get butchered in the civil arena as will the homeowners association the management company and possibly even the city.
What happened here was well beyond stupid.
George is probably a victim too, but he's still breathing.
If the "evidence is sketchy and the witnesses suck", then the prosecution has a moral duty to drop the charges.

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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You don't have to drop to the floor. You just bend over and take it like a ... man:}
Bullshit! The real problems started in the fifties but accelerated in the sixties when every friggin' government (local, state, and federal) decided it knew better than the people. It was also the time when people started to realize the government would give them stuff. The taxes started going up. The wife had to leave the house to help pay the taxes. The children were left on their own growing wilder and wilder as each generation pushed back the boundaries.If you are honest with yourself you can trace the moral decay backwards. Of course, if you think there has been no moral decay then the point is moot. However technology, even though not recognized as such, was the force behind the changes.

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Nuculur option wrote:
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You're hopeless. The Model T begat the Model A, the Model B, the Model 48, etc.
Point is, Ford, followed by the creation of auto unions of the 1930's, establised good wages, which made workers better consumers. In steel, rubber, coal, etc. After the War, it all came together, as workers had the highest relative wages of the postwar era. The reason our economy failed is that average wages went down, after inflation.
All due to people like Reagan, who began the wealth transfer to the already wealthy. When the biggest retailer in America has it's employees on Medicaid and Foodstamps because they don't make enough in salary is why the economy collapsed, something is very wrong.
And you don't get it. No surprise there.
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the rich get rich and the poor get poorer,
in the meantime, in between time, ain't we got fun!"
True then, true now.
U-h-h-h...yoo-hoo!,...Mr. Dufus!.....The Model T was the resultant popular Model AFTER the Model A, B...prototypes and short run productions.

Wiki - Ford Model T: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model_T

"There were several cars produced or prototyped by Henry Ford from the founding of the company in 1903 until the Model T came along. Although he started with the Model A, there were not 19 production models (A through T); some were only prototypes."

You sure do meander a lot from undocumented opinion BS to undocumented half-truths and back to BS and more half-truths only to settle on Reagan-Bashing and ...low wages led to the economic collapse?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Stick with the puppet show. You'll never hit the big time, Dood:>

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Because it would be racist to point out that the stupidest person in Congress is a black woman.
Wow! I really didn't even suspect that of Louie Gohmert...but at the risk of being sexist as well, s/he sure is ugly.

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Realtime wrote:
Erin Burnett, the cute little CNN gal who had Rand Paul scheduled for tonight has had to settle for talking to an Atlanta Aquarium guy about wild cats in California. Purrfect!
Rand Paul is pulling a Traficant.
Must be the weird hair causing that kinda batshyt crazy eh?
She's hot!!!

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