Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1785809 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"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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Since: May 11

Shippensburg, PA

#954103 Jul 26, 2013
EasyEed wrote:
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"real dumb"
One more time you prove you know nothing. The president of White Castle stated in an interview that they were cutting hours so as not to be liable for health care premiums. They could not be competitive with the additional expense. The owner of the grocery stores is hiring more folks, their schedule will be 30 hours a week or less. He does offer health insurance for his over 30 hour per week employees. Who got hurt, the employees who had their hours cut. He pays union scale, near $17.00 per hour,$35,000 plus per year for full time employees. Not big pay, but competitive for the industry, their new incomes will be 20% less. Those employees can thank president nobama for their cut in earnings. You tell those 5% or whatever it is no big deal. "real dumb" it is obvious you know nothing of the real world.
Peace
KMA
So, they were already part time.

Just as I thought.

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PDUPONT

Easthampton, MA

#954105 Jul 26, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Take a look at the Chevy Spark and see why Government Motors is doomed to failure, a cheap piece of crap typical of the product line.
If this turkey isn't made in China, it sure looks like it is.
Well that's your opinion and your entitled to it but GM is far from doomed. Sales for June 2013 were the highest they've been since 2008 and leading the pack are their mini, compact and small cars with a 59% increase in sales

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No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#954106 Jul 26, 2013
”The fact that a lot of "African-American BOYS" are painted with a broad brush and the excuse is given, well, there are these statistics out there that show that "African-American BOYS" are more violent — using that as an excuse to then see sons treated differently causes pain,” President Omama said.

Pull up them pants BOY!!

It's the culture...

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Saint Petersburg, FL

#954107 Jul 26, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
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Lol @ you, Fool.
Silas Dean Hwy and Wells Road.

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Since: May 11

Shippensburg, PA

#954108 Jul 26, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Your figures are incorrect and total employment is still 2.5 million below the peak of January 2008.
http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/CES0000000001
My numbers are straight from BLS reports.

No we have not yet recovered from the Great Bush Recession.

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Saint Petersburg, FL

#954110 Jul 26, 2013
Realtime wrote:
LOL, that's where you're wrong dummy for I can crank up a different laptop, subscribe to a proxy shield and come back here and lie myself silly or create a team of hats as some of you all have done. The Toshiba satellite L755-S5246 loaded with Windows Office 2010 is perfect for that mission and they are damn near free these days. But I don't have the time or desire to spend here in hopes of changing already damaged minds.
Not Surprised

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Saint Petersburg, FL

#954112 Jul 26, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
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Cue the Price is Right fail horn.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =1ytCEuuW2_AXX
You nitwit are 30 minutes from Wallingford and Manchester, Connecticunt...

Not Surprized Nuculur's ISP is Wethersfield, Connecticunt...

Unhide your lame hidden location and No Surprize prove me wrong you nitwit. You are a loser nuculur in Wethersfield, Connecticunt...

It's the culture...

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Buroc Millhouse Obama

Hamden, CT

#954114 Jul 26, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
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Cue the Price is Right fail horn.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =1ytCEuuW2_AXX
Not Surprized - Nuculur Nutjob = Waxywaxturd = Dumb Dave & others.

For sure.

Same retarded, sick no life zero for sure

LMAO - Geriatric Obamabot to the max
LCN Llin

United States

#954115 Jul 26, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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My numbers are straight from BLS reports.
No we have not yet recovered from the Great Bush Recession.
Great Bush Recession is still here
LCN Llin

United States

#954116 Jul 26, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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Well that's your opinion and your entitled to it but GM is far from doomed. Sales for June 2013 were the highest they've been since 2008 and leading the pack are their mini, compact and small cars with a 59% increase in sales
If America is not doomed they seem upset?
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Hamden, CT

#954117 Jul 26, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
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Lol @ you, Fool.
That would be you, Dumb Dave.

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#954118 Jul 26, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
Floriduh/Nostrilis Waxman, <quoted text>
Seminole, FL 35635 Jan 1, 2010
#35660
Anyone can log in with multiple renewal IP numbers and spamming the Topix Judge Icons for the replies to his post... Possibly... but doubtful.. running multiple copies of my browser, which will log in with multiple renewal IP numbers and spamming the Topix Judge Icons for the replies to the post... It can also be accomplished by using different browsers logged into the same thread with multple sessions... on the same internet connection...
Every browser connection or session is an ip connection. If you bring up twenty browser sessions, you can judge the Icons 20 times... This Multiple Judging icon can accomplished by having 2 internet accounts in your home and acting as if you are 2 people judging the topix judge icons...{/QUOTE]
Florida Seminole, FL #35635 Jan 1, 2010
It can also be accomplished by using different browsers logged into the same thread... on the same internet connection... Every browser connection is an ip connection. If you bring up ten browser processes, you can judge the Icons 10 times...------- You can change ip numbers if you know how... You can also reset your internet modem box and it will DNS or resolve a new ip number... However that is not necessary. The way it works is to bring up multiple copies of your browser on the same thread and page and do the judging.. That's all that is required and wait depending on you network connection and topix server to record the vote and for the judging to take... I have done it and it can take up to 5 minutes on mine, maybe others different...
Nostrilis Waxman 35614 Jan 1, 2010 It can also be accomplished by using different browsers logged into the same thread... on the same internet connection... Every browser connection is an ip connection. Iy you bring up ten browser processes, you can judge the Icons 10 times...
Nostrilis Waxman 35621 Jan 1, 2010 You can change ip numbers if you know how... You can also reset your internet modem box and it will DNS or resolve a new ip number... However that is not necessary. The way it works is to bring up multiple copies of your browser on the same thread and page and do the judging.. That's all that is required and wait depending on you network connection and topix server to record the vote and for the judging to take... I have done it and it can take up to 5 minutes on mine, maybe others different... Try It! and SEE and judge my post here with multiple copies...
35659 Jan 1, 2010
Nostrilis Waxman wrote: <quoted text> You got it. I am hip to this.
http://www.topix.com/forum/us/politics/T50ESI ... p1644
STILL circling the bowl!!!!
Looks like you hit a nerve with this one. Funny.
headlines

AOL

#954119 Jul 26, 2013
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ISRAEL to give POPE "Custody" of Temple Mount --

http://youtu.be/Qt9kEQB4ti8

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PDUPONT

Easthampton, MA

#954120 Jul 26, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Please explain difference between "earnings" and "profits."
Hard to find a Chevy on the road in Southern California, except for '57s, back when they made decent cars.
Cars made in the fifties were by today's standards death traps. No seatbelts, airbags, or collapsible steering columns. All around drum brakes that wouldn't stop a car for crap at over 30 mph. Doors that would pop open in a collision ejecting you out of the vehicle and lots of hard and sharp edges in the interior to gash your head open on. Yeah they were great vehicles compared to today weren't they moron?
No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#954121 Jul 26, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>You really need to go back to school. Congress determines the spending levels. They did not need the sequester to do that.
Majority leaders Pelosi and Reid were the chief cooks in the kitchens of Hell when W left office determining the spending levels.

The Hells kitchen Chiefs Pelosi and Reid cooked-up and produced nothing but poison, losing 750,000 jobs per month and still cooking-up more poison for America when W was and left office, something, an overdose of poison even a sellout obama still can't recover from today...

It's the culture...
Sekul

United States

#954124 Jul 26, 2013
Menurut saya barack obama akan mencalonkan lagi tidak masalah
http://sekul.pun.bz/seo-sahabat-info-blog-inf...
No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#954125 Jul 26, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
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Cars made in the fifties were by today's standards death traps. No seatbelts, airbags, or collapsible steering columns. All around drum brakes that wouldn't stop a car for crap at over 30 mph. Doors that would pop open in a collision ejecting you out of the vehicle and lots of hard and sharp edges in the interior to gash your head open on. Yeah they were great vehicles compared to today weren't they moron?
If not for Canada and China RealDave, General Motors would not exist...

It's the culture...
No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#954126 Jul 26, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
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Spurred on a topix troll MELTDOWN!!
Nuculur is a pompous head circle jerk, a self-congratulatory discussion with himself, where little to no progress is never made...

It's the culture...
sonicfilter

Greenwood, IN

#954127 Jul 26, 2013
The unlikeliest of alliances forged between two once-bitter rivals stands to upend the status quo of congressional gridlock and potentially resolve a bitter partisan chasm that has characterized the modern era of crisis governance.

Yes, President Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) are essentially working together against GOP leadership and the tea party to break the Senate out of its current situation and resolve major budget rifts that have plagued Washington for years.

McCain has emerged as a kingmaker of sorts in a chamber where various rank-and-file members of the Republican minority have lost their patience with leaders’ strategy of routinely blocking or slowing down legislation and high-profile nominees advanced by Democrats.

Most recently, he played a leading role in securing the confirmation of seven Obama nominees to run important departments and agencies. He was a seminal figure in writing and shepherding immigration reform through the chamber with a large bipartisan majority. He’s broken with nearly all other Republicans in saying his party shouldn’t filibuster Obama’s three nominees to fill vacancies on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. And he’s been actively pushing his members to stop blocking budget negotiations with the House.

Now, as the White House and members of Congress prepare for a potentially ugly battle to keep government open and continue paying its bills this fall, Democratic leaders see McCain as a pivotal figure in their effort to reach a compromise and force tea party conservatives to stop holding routine government funding and debt ceiling bills hostage.

“Senator McCain is the Senate Republican leadership’s worst nightmare,” said a senior Democratic aide, who wasn’t authorized to speak on the record.“He is very interested in fixing sequestration, he has railed against the tax loopholes, he is clearly not afraid to defy them when he thinks it’s the right thing to do, and he takes 10 Republican members with him. We definitely see him as an important part of the path forward on a budget deal.”

The White House, meanwhile, told Politico recently that its aides talk to McCain about every other day. President Obama, who name-checked McCain when he thanked senators for approving immigration reform and his nominees, gave a nod Wednesday to the efforts the senator has led to ease gridlock.

“The good news is a growing number of Republican senators are looking to join their Democratic counterparts in trying to get things done,” Obama said during a major speech in Galesburg, Ill. aimed at framing the upcoming debates over the budget and debt limit.

http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2013/07/ob...
LCN Llin

United States

#954128 Jul 26, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
The unlikeliest of alliances forged between two once-bitter rivals stands to upend the status quo of congressional gridlock and potentially resolve a bitter partisan chasm that has characterized the modern era of crisis governance.
Yes, President Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) are essentially working together against GOP leadership and the tea party to break the Senate out of its current situation and resolve major budget rifts that have plagued Washington for years.
McCain has emerged as a kingmaker of sorts in a chamber where various rank-and-file members of the Republican minority have lost their patience with leaders’ strategy of routinely blocking or slowing down legislation and high-profile nominees advanced by Democrats.
Most recently, he played a leading role in securing the confirmation of seven Obama nominees to run important departments and agencies. He was a seminal figure in writing and shepherding immigration reform through the chamber with a large bipartisan majority. He’s broken with nearly all other Republicans in saying his party shouldn’t filibuster Obama’s three nominees to fill vacancies on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. And he’s been actively pushing his members to stop blocking budget negotiations with the House.
Now, as the White House and members of Congress prepare for a potentially ugly battle to keep government open and continue paying its bills this fall, Democratic leaders see McCain as a pivotal figure in their effort to reach a compromise and force tea party conservatives to stop holding routine government funding and debt ceiling bills hostage.
“Senator McCain is the Senate Republican leadership’s worst nightmare,” said a senior Democratic aide, who wasn’t authorized to speak on the record.“He is very interested in fixing sequestration, he has railed against the tax loopholes, he is clearly not afraid to defy them when he thinks it’s the right thing to do, and he takes 10 Republican members with him. We definitely see him as an important part of the path forward on a budget deal.”
The White House, meanwhile, told Politico recently that its aides talk to McCain about every other day. President Obama, who name-checked McCain when he thanked senators for approving immigration reform and his nominees, gave a nod Wednesday to the efforts the senator has led to ease gridlock.
“The good news is a growing number of Republican senators are looking to join their Democratic counterparts in trying to get things done,” Obama said during a major speech in Galesburg, Ill. aimed at framing the upcoming debates over the budget and debt limit.
http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2013/07/ob...
comic book wing of the party will dismiss Senator McCain's efforts

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