Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1522877 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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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:
<quoted text>
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:
<quoted text>
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
No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#954131 Jul 26, 2013
Spammer: The act of obnoxiously doing repeated cut-n-paste for attention all day long to disturb others. A deranged dumbass on a forum, 59 years old, no job, in an Indianapolis, IN trailer park running on complete empty.

A moron posting inane crap or delusional spam of no relevance for only their deranged amusement to create inane argument 24/7..

It's the culture...
No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#954132 Jul 26, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol @ you FOOL!
When posting on Topix nitwit, there is a fine line between "what's on your deranged mind" and "You should probably see a therapist about this you FOOL??"

It's the culture...

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#954133 Jul 26, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Just shows how ignorant the government is and how much money they waste on useless census data.
Which is entirely beside the point, your side is convinced "White Hispanic" was invented for Zimmerman.

Friggin''tards.
sonicfilter

Greenwood, IN

#954134 Jul 26, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
<quoted text>
comic book wing of the party will dismiss Senator McCain's efforts
for as much as they like to delude themselves that their words carry some real weight, dismissal won't equate to shutting him down.
sonicfilter

Greenwood, IN

#954135 Jul 26, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
Spammer: The act of obnoxiously doing repeated cut-n-paste for attention all day long to disturb others. A deranged dumbass on a forum, 59 years old, no job, in an Indianapolis, IN trailer park running on complete empty.
A moron posting inane crap or delusional spam of no relevance for only their deranged amusement to create inane argument 24/7..
It's the culture...
LMAO

you've been posting the same crap over and over again for the last 2 years!

but....it's the culture.

hypocrite much? but...it's the right wing culture.
No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#954136 Jul 26, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually I taught my daughters techniques for such situations. I think that's the better approach. Neither of them have been assaulted yet. Youngest daughter just got back from a solo photo shoot in NYC, I'm amazed she wasn't raped and robbed by all those brown people aren't you?
You made your point Detzing. See?? You are a certifiable Race Pimp selling out your daughter in New York YOU profiteering in "brown people hate"...

It's the culture...
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Hamden, CT

#954138 Jul 26, 2013
Not Surprized wrote:
Warning! Warning!!
TOPIX TROLL MELTDOWN IN PROGRESS!!
"Waxman/No Surprize/Fenris" in full Meltdown Mode!!!!
Out of control Judgit Area!! Post at your own risk!
Again, that would be you, Dumb Dave. I also do not believe Waxman/No Surprize/Fenris are the same people.

You are a loon for sure, Dumb Dave.
sonicfilter

Greenwood, IN

#954139 Jul 26, 2013
New Evidence In Georgia Infant’s Death Points To Parents, Not Two Black Teens

On July 16th further evidence was released to the public that implicates the parents involvement in the child’s death. Police tests immediately following the shooting revealed gun powder on the hands of both Sherry West and the baby’s father, Louis Santiago. Santiago claimed that he was nowhere near the scene of the shooting. This evidence too, was withheld for months, until the defense attorney in the case demanded that it be released in mid July.

When we look at the Zimmerman case and the Baby Santiago case side by side, what we see is how racism plays out in the United States. When a white man openly admitted to shooting and killing an unarmed black teenager, the public immediately jumped to his defense. On the other hand, when two black teenagers were accused of shooting and killing a white child, the public immediately cried out for their executions. Zimmerman was guilty, the two teens may very well be innocent, but public perceptions about these two cases shows that what matters most is the skin color of the accused killers.

Read more: http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/07/24/new-e...

hey FWT. just thought you might want to work on your daily repetitive game plan because i'll be posting anything pertaining to that for most of the day. heck, i'll probably post the above 20 times.

so get your word pad list of insults ready so you can copy and paste as needed.
No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#954140 Jul 26, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO
you've been posting the same crap over and over again for the last 2 years!
but....it's the culture.
hypocrite much? but...it's the right wing culture.
That picture of you on the internet LOL.. is spooky...

sonicfiller standing in your brown wall paneled trailer, all big white eyed puffy, spooky and ugly, showing your AMD computer... LOL..

sonicfiller has a 150gb of loops of cut-n-paste deranged samples of insanity.

It's the culture...
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Hamden, CT

#954141 Jul 26, 2013
Emoron wrote:
<quoted text>
Looks like you hit a nerve with this one. Funny.
Dumb Dave/Not surprized talking to himself again.

eMoron, Dumb Dave sockpuppet for sure

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Level 1

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#954142 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...
O'bama lies again. Same crap 'nutter' day. After 5 years O'bama is focused like a laser on jobs--that is... killing more jobs with his policies.
No Surprize

Saint Petersburg, FL

#954143 Jul 26, 2013
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, why didn't Zimmerman press charges if was assaulted? It begs the question.
You can't bring or press criminal charges against a dead man you idiot.....

It's the culture...
sonicfilter

Greenwood, IN

#954144 Jul 26, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>That picture of you on the internet LOL.. is spooky...
sonicfiller standing in your brown wall paneled trailer, all big white eyed puffy, spooky and ugly, showing your AMD computer... LOL..
sonicfiller has a 150gb of loops of cut-n-paste deranged samples of insanity.
It's the culture...
the same old copy and paste insults.

pathetically inadequate even for a right wing nutjob. use a brain cell and try to come up with some new material.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Level 1

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#954145 Jul 26, 2013
PDUPONT wrote:
<quoted text>
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
They can't keep giving these cars away for less than it costs to make them.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Level 1

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#954146 Jul 26, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>If not for Canada and China RealDave, General Motors would not exist...
It's the culture...
Through forced Government subsidiaries, they are selling these cars to non-credit worthy people. They don't need a job to get a car. It's like the CRA of car sales.

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