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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Obama Approval Rating Drops Among Blacks
A recent NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll shows Black approval of President Obama dipped to 78 percent following George Zimmerman’s murder acquittal.“It’s a perceptual shift, a big-time shift in how Black people are perceiving Obama when it comes to being responsive to the needs of our community,” said Dr. Johnny Williams, professor of sociology at Trinity College, in Hartford, Connecticut. The president’s high praise for New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly, who runs the nation’s biggest stop-and-frisk operation, as a potential new chief of Homeland Security “speaks to where Obama is, morally,” said Williams.“How are you going to put somebody who, basically, does the same thing that George Zimmerman did to Trayvon Martin, in charge of Homeland Security?”
OBAMAS LACK OF ATTENTION TO A BLACK AGENDA MIGHT NOT BOTHER THE SUBURBAN LIBERALS BUT WHO FEELS IT KNOWS IT BLACKS WERE USED!
CNN's, Don Lemon, who is black, agreed with Bill O'Reilly on air that blacks are not addressing the root problems in the black community.

Other blacks, including Juan Williams, also adamantly agrees. Williams wrote a book about it years ago beating O'Reilly to the punch but only now getting the recognition for writing it and now having a bigger microphone to talk about it.

If anything good comes of this administration's desperate attempt to keep us divided and the Al Sharptons' grievance industry doing everything possible to help them, it's in their being exposed and even black liberals saying they've had enough.
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The people within Our federal government have a controversial plan to kill thousands of owls on the west coast to manipulate the food chain

http://intellihub.com/2013/07/29/feds-plan-to...

http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml

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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>I keep telling you son, don't worry what happens in America.
It's none of your busniess!
That's the best you have in your quiver, Yeahoo? You keep telling us to leave our birthright country. You're the squatter, and you and your lieberal opinions prove it with every post..
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USAsince1680 wrote:
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READ THE CASE!!! The Nestor's decision was based solely on the fact that he had been deported.
From the Decision (which you obviously haven't bothered to read):
"THE INTEREST OF A COVERED EMPLOYEE UNDER THE ACT IS OF SUFFICIENT SUBSTANCE TO FALL WITHIN THE PROTECTION FROM ARBITRARY GOVERNMENTAL ACTION AFFORDED BY THE DUE PROCESS CLAUSE."
SUCH IS NOT THE CASE HERE. THE FACT OF A BENEFICIARY'S RESIDENCE
ABROAD - IN THE CASE OF A DEPORTEE, A PRESUMABLY PERMANENT RESIDENCE - CAN BE OF OBVIOUS RELEVANCE TO THE QUESTION OF ELIGIBILITY."
"APPELLEE, AN ALIEN, IMMIGRATED TO THIS COUNTRY FROM BULGARIA IN 1913, AND BECAME ELIGIBLE FOR OLD-AGE BENEFITS IN NOVEMBER 1955. IN JULY 1956 HE WAS DEPORTED PURSUANT TO SEC. 241(A)(6)(C)(I) OF THE
IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT FOR HAVING BEEN A MEMBER OF THE
COMMUNIST PARTY FROM 1933 TO 1939. THIS BEING ONE OF THE BENEFIT
TERMINATION DEPORTATION GROUNDS SPECIFIED IN SEC. 202(N)."
Decision means that there are no individual property rights in Social Security, regardless of contribution history.

“God bless you, Mr. President”

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Flock off you imbecile...my neighborhood is WORKING class..not fat azz bonbon eating, propoganda and lie spewing sucks like you no doubt.
Your neighborhood is the meth capital of the nation (are you ever going to learn how to spell propaganda?): It's 97+% white, below the state average; the per capita yearly income is $19, 808, below state average; residents having a Bachelor's degree, 13%, again below; living below the poverty line, 20.6%--now you've finally gone above in something. Don't tell no more lies and keep your hate to yourself...
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The wealthy has mooched off the federal government for far too long. It's time to reel them in.
On what basis and for what purpose?

What if they tell you to go f*** yourself?

"Reel them in." Sounds like Fascist concentration camps are coming.
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Water Powered Car Unveiled: Yes It’s Real

When a new technology becomes so evidently clear, the implications are far reaching and can threaten multiple corporate interests.

http://intellihub.com/2013/07/29/water-powere...
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USAsince1680 wrote:
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I disagree with your OPINION.
Look it up. Your knowledge of bankruptcy sucks.
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The arrogant tribal chieftain taking care of his own hood is Boehner.
Obama can't legislate...that's the job of Congress.
The House has passed the best "jobs bill" possible, the repeal of ObamaKKKare.

Now it's time for the Senate and the clown to get on board.
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The Agriculture Department has paid millions of dollars to dead farmers over the last several years, according to an audit released Monday.
The Government Accountability Office estimated in a new report that agencies within the department may have paid more than $30 million to thousands of deceased recipients between 2008 and 2012. The findings come as Congress tries to pass a new farm bill, and could stir concerns among conservatives that the government's many subsidy programs are not being carefully managed.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/07/30/wa...
A drop in the bucket compared to welfare payments to the dead.
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flack wrote:
Obama sends $500 million to Hamas by Executive Order
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John Galt wrote:
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Part of the cost is the processing of penny-ante claims for office visits, costs incurred by clerks in the doctor's office and clerks at the insurance company or government. Carry a larger deductible, eliminate small claims, and costs might be significantly reduced.
Not charging $100 for a toothbrush,$30 for one Tylenol and $40 for one gauze pad might also significantly reduce costs.

A one-night hospital stay shouldn't require insurance companies to pay thousands of dollars and the patient to pay the remainder also in the thousands of dollars.

Tests and procedures are off the charts. One expects to pay for services received from specialists in fields of expertise, but the medical profession has become more like crooked car mechanics charging you for parts and labor you didn't need rather than honest and caring people who have "a calling" to that profession.
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They then wouldn't care about a$1600 monthly health insurance bill, would they?
99.2% of the wealthy carry health insurance.
The wealthy are wealthy because they don't spend money unnecessarily.

Does Dumbass Dave think the wealthy also buy life insurance?

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<quoted text> The thing is idiot Israel is not a terrorist organization. You libtards get dumber by the day.
It's more of a terrorist organization that the Palestinian Authority which is the beneficiary of the $500 million.
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They then wouldn't care about a$1600 monthly health insurance bill, would they?
99.2% of the wealthy carry health insurance.
The wealthy pay cash and negotiate a much lower price.
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There's still at least a whole generation of workers that have YEARS of paying INTO it, actually deserving of it. Too bad on the greedy, freeriding, entitleMENTALed givverment abusing, dependent type slackerTics-it AINT theirs.
Very few people under the age of 40 believe they will ever receive any Social Security benefits and they resent paying the tax.
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Thx to O'Kennedy pilfering a SS number in the name and residence of his Kenyan father for him maybe.
WTH is with that stuff anyway--Hawaii had the number system implemented in the last part of the 50's..and aren't SS numbers SUPPOSED to originate in ones state of birth, and/or at least have similar geographical references?
Some flocked up stuff there-right on par with o'kennedy and his wide open swining door of libuhrulTic (NO) Immigration policy of the mid 60's.
Damn demoncrat mess maker.
Social Security numbers are geographical (and time sequenced), but based on wherever one happens to walk into a SSA office to apply for a card.

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Why would anyone go to an emergency room for a headache or a sprained ankle?
Take two aspirin and call your doctor in the morning.
You might do that and I might do that but a lot of people don't.

There has to be a complete overhaul of the system. And if this sounds uncaring, so be it.

But after attacking the real culprit of rising health costs which is hospitals and clinics ripping off insurance companies and patients, there has to be two separate medical care facilities. Those who refuse to buy AFFORDABLE insurance and who can afford it must go to a medical facility that provides basic care and nothing more and pay the crux out of pocket before receiving the care.

Those who do have AFFORDABLE insurance can be seen at higher care medical facilities.

Those who can't afford even AFFORDABLE insurance will be provided care at the former facility for free.

This is the only way to spur people who abuse the system at other's expense to afford their own insurance if they want the best health care and still provide free health care for the truly needy.

You get what you pay for is a truism in every other profession and business except the medical profession. That has to change.

It's now a free-for-all for some and outrageous costs bordering on insanity for others.
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<quoted text>Your neighborhood is the meth capital of the nation (are you ever going to learn how to spell propaganda?): It's 97+% white, below the state average; the per capita yearly income is $19, 808, below state average; residents having a Bachelor's degree, 13%, again below; living below the poverty line, 20.6%--now you've finally gone above in something. Don't tell no more lies and keep your hate to yourself...
Here's some math for YOU, smelly redheaded pigcnt:

1 skinny, diseased & doped up tranny

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1 ghetto-dwelling, pants saggin, ebonics-speaking homeboy

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1 dirty little mulatto baby born to a worthless single mom

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the failure rate of such progeny in America

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1 soon-to-be welfare recipient

That will be $42.50, for professional accounting services rendered. Cash only, no EBT card accepted.
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<quoted text>Hospital cost means hospital cost. webMD actually breaks down the costs for better understanding.
My post is accurate___the lying piece of chit formerly known as Carol was telling tall tales per usual.
My son was delivered c-section in 1973, BlueCrossBlueShield paid most of the bill which was $1816. I paid for the upgrade to a private room which was just $150 ($50 per day).
Over 40% of all personal bankruptcies are due to medical bills such as childbirth.
People living that close to the edge can't afford to have children.

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