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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LCN Lincoln wrote:
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Republicans still do not understand how they lost the election
You just don't understand the concept of fraud, do you?

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<quoted text> I guess you don't read what you write! "Unreasonable search & seizures." Those are the key words. Now ask yourself, after the 9/11 terrorist attacks is PRISM reasonable? Is the govt looking through your phone records in attempts to prevent another 9/11? Did president Bush go through the necessary steps to enact the Patriot Act , therefore PRISM? Answer those questions &, you will quickly render your thought process as dumb!
You ignore the stated conditions.
"...no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."

Anything that violates these conditions is unreasonable. The government just taking all private communications for a subjective course of action, as is the case with PRISM, is unreasonable.
A case in point, we actually had the 9/11 detailed plans in our possession before 9/11. But, some liberal judge decided that some alien here violating the terms of his visa and in custody had the right to keep the 9/11 plans private. However, on 9/12, there were no constitutional objections.
The clause "upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized" was obviously satisfied in that case.
So, there is nothing needed other than for judges to actually use the Constitution instead of obstructing an investigation just because a Republican is president. Had a Demcorat been president and requested to see Moussaoui's hard drive, that judge would have conceeded and had no objection to the search.
That's the problem.
The 4th Amendment is as close to perfection as humans can hope to achieve. A subjective general vilation of privacy is about as far away from perfect as you can get.
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We were talking about Iraq.
..As in still stuck in "it's awrl Bushes fault" years.

Bush FOLLOWED the regs as outlined in the WAR POWERS ACT.

Found HERE-

http://www.loc.gov/law/help/war-powers.php

As in-NO need for any (WASTE of Time) rewritten -added opinion to- bullchit stuff.
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Death of Tenzing wrote:
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The War Powers Act had nothing to do with Iraq. It did apply to Libya but that's not what we're talking about. If you're going to cite something you should probably at least read a little something about it so's not to look foolish.
There you go again. Why are you claiming it has nothing to do with Iraq when a resolution was passed based on that bill?

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<quoted text> I guess you don't read what you write! "Unreasonable search & seizures." Those are the key words. Now ask yourself, after the 9/11 terrorist attacks is PRISM reasonable? Is the govt looking through your phone records in attempts to prevent another 9/11? Did president Bush go through the necessary steps to enact the Patriot Act , therefore PRISM? Answer those questions &, you will quickly render your thought process as dumb!
I take it from your response that you think Bush was a great president, so great that a very common propaganda line from the Democrats is "Bush did it, too."

What you should do is actually read the Patriot Act to learn that what is happening now could not possibly have legally happened under the Patriot Act. That is why a new law had to be written. The Patriot Act would not have permitted what is happening now.
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You ignore the stated conditions.
"...no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."
Anything that violates these conditions is unreasonable. The government just taking all private communications for a subjective course of action, as is the case with PRISM, is unreasonable.
A case in point, we actually had the 9/11 detailed plans in our possession before 9/11. But, some liberal judge decided that some alien here violating the terms of his visa and in custody had the right to keep the 9/11 plans private. However, on 9/12, there were no constitutional objections.
The clause "upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized" was obviously satisfied in that case.
So, there is nothing needed other than for judges to actually use the Constitution instead of obstructing an investigation just because a Republican is president. Had a Demcorat been president and requested to see Moussaoui's hard drive, that judge would have conceeded and had no objection to the search.
That's the problem.
The 4th Amendment is as close to perfection as humans can hope to achieve. A subjective general vilation of privacy is about as far away from perfect as you can get.
To rational, law abiding, Constitution following US citizens anyway.

To freakishly warped, commieticish dictatorship style jackboots on ego-power trips--well, we see how such can be abused and used to torment and harass INNOCENT people, while lawless mujihadeens roam free.

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Americans think Bush was a president than Obama.
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I've lived in four countries on four continents, I think I know the difference. We've been talking about the 21st Century war in Iraq.
Left field is still available if you want to go back.
Never played outfield...I just lobbed 'em over home plate-- for the GAME ON fun of it.
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Brutal Poll Shows That Even Republicans Are Fed Up With Republicans In Congress

The poll found that overall, only 24 percent of voters approve of the job congressional Republicans are doing, compared with 67 percent who disapprove. That's down from a 25-68 approval split in May.

And what's really dragging down their approval rating is an unfavorable view from voters in their own party. Only 40 percent of Republican voters approve of their representatives in Congress, compared with 51 percent who disapprove.

Independents also disapprove of Republicans in Congress by a 61-24 split, which helps President Barack Obama maintain a significant, 8-point edge over Republicans on the question of who voters "trust" more

http://www.businessinsider.com/poll-republica...

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NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> I guess you don't read what you write! "Unreasonable search & seizures." Those are the key words. Now ask yourself, after the 9/11 terrorist attacks is PRISM reasonable? Is the govt looking through your phone records in attempts to prevent another 9/11? Did president Bush go through the necessary steps to enact the Patriot Act , therefore PRISM? Answer those questions &, you will quickly render your thought process as dumb!
And another point...
Our government today is preparing to fight a large-scale war against the American people. It is a simple deduction that, since it is an undisputable fact the government is preparing for war with the American people, the PRISM spying program is intended to assist the government's unconstitutional action against the American people in its coup attempt to take over the country and eliminate the constitutional republic.
So, obviously, no, PRISM isn't reasonable. It is a tool to increase the number of Americans killed by the government in their rebellion against the constitutional republic.
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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>But isn't the cover up and shipping around of suspect clergy a fact?
As well as the payoffs?
As much a fact as the many known political coverups and pay offs.

Which is why I stated, there are MANY UNaccounted, that suffered at the hands of perverts.

I know of two or three.

NONE of them were by clergy---FAR FAR from clergy....just their own sick in the head, low life dirt bag relatives.

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There you go again. Why are you claiming it has nothing to do with Iraq when a resolution was passed based on that bill?
Because Congress authorized the war in Iraq.
Next question?
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<quoted text>Birthers and serial posters go hand in hand.
Birthers elected President Obama in 2012

Thanks also go the teabaggers with their rape candidates

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An agreement between Democrats and RINOs is not bipartisan. They're both Democrats.
But, in case you're confused, here is the rule written in English so simply any average person can easily read and understand it:
"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."
This rule is non-negotiable. It is part of the Constitution.
Do we have to fight yet another war over this principle?
Are you willing to die in support of the Democrats' rebellion?
Your kind are a gift to the Democratic party. Calling Republican moderates RINOs and spouting fanatic psychobabble will drive rational thinking people into the arms of the Democratic party. Spout on crazy person!

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Hi youngons! Where's my judgeits?

Us old Democrats sure are having fun. One of my fellow Democrats with a large belly was doing a sales job presentation and at the beginning, he said he would move along quickly as none of us were slow southerners, as if southerners were all dumb rednecks.

He then proceeded to make us sit there at the beginning of his demonstration as he forgot what to enter and didn't write down anything to prepare. We sat there for about 10 minutes waiting for this smart northern liberal.
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To rational, law abiding, Constitution following US citizens anyway.
To freakishly warped, commieticish dictatorship style jackboots on ego-power trips--well, we see how such can be abused and used to torment and harass INNOCENT people, while lawless mujihadeens roam free.
New presidential directive gives Bush dictatorial power
National Security & Homeland Security Presidential Directive establishes "National Continuity Policy"

The National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive, signed on May 9, 2007 declares that in the event of a “catastrophic event”, George W. Bush can become what is best described as “a dictator”:

“The President shall lead the activities of the Federal Government for ensuring constitutional government.”

This directive, completely unnoticed by the media, and given no scrutiny by Congress, literally gives the White House unprecedented dictatorial power over the government and the country, bypassing the US Congress and obliterating the separation of powers. The directive also placed the Secretary of Homeland Security in charge of domestic “security”.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/new-presidential...

with all of this hate directed towards Bush programs, i'm surprised you right leaners didn't vote for Obama.

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Here is a smart northern Democrat haring his thoughts about his screws.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A...

Democrats are such nice people!
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Republican seem to have nothing
Except the emails exchanged that night and testimony given after the covering up for the LIE was abandoned. Hilary in a little more than a week was denying the video.

That is why Benghazi is ranked third in serious scandals by the voters.

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Brutal Poll Shows That Even Republicans Are Fed Up With Republicans In Congress
The poll found that overall, only 24 percent of voters approve of the job congressional Republicans are doing, compared with 67 percent who disapprove. That's down from a 25-68 approval split in May.
And what's really dragging down their approval rating is an unfavorable view from voters in their own party. Only 40 percent of Republican voters approve of their representatives in Congress, compared with 51 percent who disapprove.
Independents also disapprove of Republicans in Congress by a 61-24 split, which helps President Barack Obama maintain a significant, 8-point edge over Republicans on the question of who voters "trust" more
http://www.businessinsider.com/poll-republica...
Hi sonny boy! I bet you think you are a good soldier, posting this stuff nobody reads. Have you ever done anything significant besides play the zombie routine?
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Your kind are a gift to the Democratic party. Calling Republican moderates RINOs and spouting fanatic psychobabble will drive rational thinking people into the arms of the Democratic party. Spout on crazy person!
Dems have their own problems with Progressives and other far left individuals. Americans are getting fed up with the looney squirrel chasing and the LIES.

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