Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1459525 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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Tits Magee

Clarks Summit, PA

#964211 Aug 14, 2013
Eman wrote:
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Is this what a pedophile being gang raped in prison sounds like? Can anyone make this sht out?
I been in prison, honey. Not a lotta gang rapes though. Seems to fascinate you though? Let me tell you what really happens: you stick your dick through the bars and if the guards like your junk, they fellate you. Nuthin' else to do. Is that shocking to you? That the guards are complicit in the free for all? You might want to take a look at human psychology, people get bored; the whole concept of putting people in prison as punishment is a joke. Like you are. Now you get back to me when you're naked and your legs are spread like Uncle Sam's arms and I'll pass judgement on you.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#964212 Aug 14, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>What was the law 45 years ago? that is the question you need to ask your dumbass-kindergarten was only mandatory in 12 states and DC in 1980-so did the loser O'bama ever go to kindergarten?
The Magic Negro didn't attend Kindergarten as such but the little shit did attend pre-school in a Philippine madrasa.

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#964213 Aug 14, 2013
Eman wrote:
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Another lying libturd. What a surprise, it's what you idiots do.
That's it?

Always a disappointment.
Tits Magee

Clarks Summit, PA

#964214 Aug 14, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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I don't have to defend my party choice, my party hasn't entrenched us in endless wars and saddled us with $16 trillion in debt.
Yes it has. But only because your party is inept.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#964215 Aug 14, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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Uhh, no. Your task was to show me a sitting Republican congressperson who wanted to let Obamacare run its course.
You failed.
Tenzing - Flaming Azzhole: http://tinyurl.com/kfjtuqt

Since: Dec 12

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#964217 Aug 14, 2013
Eman wrote:
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Actually, it was more like, "I don't think they should be here because these pro-abortionist are batshyt crazy and have threatened to kill us before"
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"That said, this stupid fck shouldn't be allowed a blunt penknife" - spoken like a true libertarian.
Actually, what I said was aligned with libertarian principles.

Can't help that you're a stupid fck.

“Often imitated”

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Since: Jul 07

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#964219 Aug 14, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
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yes, i am the DLP.
so where is Yours?
We're not that organized.

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#964220 Aug 14, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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Less so anymore.
Which just shows, the truth will out through the power of the marketplace.
Is he still #1? I know, that makes me a racist.

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#964221 Aug 14, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
Reagan, Terror, And Benghazi
When news broke that William Clark, a longtime aide to Ronald Reagan, had recently passed away, several conservative media outlets quickly posted tributes to the man. Touted as the "most important and influential presidential confidante" in nearly a century, Clark was warmly remembered as a "a great treasure to the nation" and an "inspiration."
By all indications the laurels were well earned and Judge Clark, as he was known, served his country with distinction. What's telling about the warm words written about Clark are how they contrast so sharply with the tone the same type of conservative outlets use to describe current foreign policy and national security advisors who were in any way connected to the terrorist attack in Benghazi last September.
I'm referring to the strangely personal and almost hysterical way pundits have attacked Obama officials, including the president's national security advisor, in the wake of Benghazi, where four Americans were killed, including a U.S. ambassador.
For the right-wing noise machine, Benghazi trumps all. It stands as a singular failure in American foreign policy and represents one of the darkest days in recent U.S. history. It's worse than Watergate, was a bigger story than Hurricane Sandy last October, and symbolizes an unconscionable failure to protect Americans serving abroad.
But here's what's interesting about Clark's recently lauded resume when viewed against the right wing's permanent Benghazi name calling: Clark served as Reagan's national security advisor between 1982 and 1983. On April 18, 1983, Islamic terrorists attacked the U.S. Embassy in Beirut. Sixty-three people were killed, including 17 Americans, eight of whom worked for the CIA.
Five months later local terrorists struck again. During a lengthy air assault from nearby artillerymen, two Marines stationed at the Beirut airport were killed. Then on October 23, just days after Clark stepped down as national security advisor to become Secretary of the Interior, the Marines' Beirut barracks cratered after a 5-ton truck driven by a suicide bomber and carrying the equivalent of 12,000 pounds of TNT exploded outside; 241 Americans were killed, marking the deadliest single attacks on U.S. citizens overseas since World War II.
Reagan had sent 1,800 Marines to Beirut as part of a larger peacekeeping mission following the June 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon and the Palestine Liberation Organization's withdrawal from the country. But national security experts, including some members of Reagan's administration, warned that the Marines were vulnerable to attack.
In the aftermath, Col. Timothy J. Geraghty, the commander of the Marines in Beirut, said, "It didn't take a military expert to realize that our troops had been placed in an indefensible situation." Conservative columnist William Safire referred to the Beirut debacle as Reagan's "Bay of Pigs."
Conservatives have casually smeared numerous Obama officials over Benghazi for the last eleven months, yet the embassy attacks surrounding Clark's tenure as Reagan's national security adviser apparently did not blemish his long public career.
Despite the chronic terror attacks on a U.S. embassy and related facilities-- three separate assaults that claimed nearly 270 American lives in the span of just six months in 1983 -- Judge Clark is to be remembered as a patriot. But Obama officials are supposedly guilty of the unforgivable, treasonous crime of Benghazi.
The contrast is striking. And it says a lot not only about the double standard used to grade Republican and Democratic failures, but also about the vicious way conservative commentators now effortlessly demonize public policy opponents.
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/08/14/reaga...
Yeah but ... BENGHAZI!!!

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#964222 Aug 14, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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Something I noticed listening to his show in Columbia, SC. Most of his commercials were for title pawns, rent-to-own, and debt consolidation. Not a scientific survey I'll grant you but it sure sounded like his audience couldn't afford to buy anything from his other sponsors.
The only way you can be successful and that stupid is dumb luck.
Like any other syndicated radio show, a lot of the commercials are aired by the local radio station. Maybe you should pick better spots to visit.

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#964223 Aug 14, 2013
Eman wrote:
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How is that we all found it, but these libturds have no clue? All you hear from them is prove it, post a link. But they never do (except sonic, maybe he's their designated link poster)
I'm not involved in this but how is it all three of you only found the one identical source? How is it none of y'all could manage to find the legislative record of this "law" or at least it reported by a different source? Like maybe a source in IL where the law was supposedly passed?

I know, y'all are idiots but that excuse is wearing thin.

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#964224 Aug 14, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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That's it?
Always a disappointment.
You lied about me being a birther. What else do you want?

Oh...here, prove it!

<ain't never gonna happen, you'll just throw the "I'm not going to wade through pages....blah, blah" lie>

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#964225 Aug 14, 2013
Eman wrote:
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..only because they haven't had a choice. remember, your party candidate come from the Republican party.
I won't hold stupid against a person who's shown they've seen the light.

For instance: if Carol came on today and told me she's suddenly realized that the GOP's been playing her for an idiot all this time I'd forget her past and nurture her newfound wisdom.

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#964226 Aug 14, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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Actually, what I said was aligned with libertarian principles.
Can't help that you're a stupid fck.
Sure thing, phony

lp.org

"Let us put the responsibility where it belongs, on the owner and user of the gun. If he or she acts responsibly, without attacking others or causing injury negligently, no crime or harm has been done. Leave them in peace. But, if a person commits a crime with a gun, then impose the severest penalties for the injuries done to the victim. Similarly, hold the negligent gun user fully liable for all harm his negligence does to others.

Rather than banning guns, the politicians and the police should encourage gun ownership, as well as education and training programs. A responsible, well-armed and trained citizenry is the best protection against domestic crime and the threat of foreign invasion. America's founders knew that. It is still true today."

A libertarian wouldn't want to limit his access to guns, or replace his right to a gun with a pen knife. Maybe you should read up a bit before trying to pretend you're something you're not.
TheIndependentMa jority

London, KY

#964227 Aug 14, 2013
Well that little round of some history of Hawaii was interesting lol.

(and the libuhrulTics whined about Romney?!)

Yawn.

Since: Nov 11

Marengo, OH

#964228 Aug 14, 2013
Fiscally irresponsible Liberals had created the economic mess we have now!

More Welfare and government checks, Food Stamps, to illegals and lazy Liberal ghetto minorities, and higher criminal confiscatory taxes to finance thinks like homosexual sex change transplants, with more and more money to American hating Muslim countries, Liberals so love because their also hate Israel, as ALL brain dead Liberal does.

Even the government’s own General Accounting Office reports:
“Fiscal policy simulations continue to show that, absent significant changes in policy, the federal government’s fiscal condition over the coming decades is on an unsustainable path.”
Our biggest foreign lender, China, now considers the United States in default on its debt.
“In our opinion, Washington has already defaulted on its loans...” Guan Jianzhong, president of Dagong Global Credit Rating Co. Ltd., told the Global Times.

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#964229 Aug 14, 2013
Tits Magee wrote:
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Yes it has. But only because your party is inept.
My party is very small and you only arrive at libertarianism or anarcho-capitalism rationally.

That's why its so small.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#964230 Aug 14, 2013
martinezjosei wrote:
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Obama to Muslim country and talks about freedom, then a civil war ensues!
See? Liberals should not be talking about things they know nothing about.
You mean a conservative, religious war?

I agree!
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#964231 Aug 14, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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Yup. I said that. If Obama had a birth certificate then, how about showing that one instead of the obviously fraudulent document being shown now on the White House website?
Maybe Frank Marshal Davis used his influence. It seems he was ... "friends" with Obama's mother after Obama's "father" dumped her and went back to his real wives in Kenya. That's not unheard of. Later, when Obama was a citizen of Indonesia living in Hawaii, Davis was "friends" with Obama's mother again and mentor to Obama.
And, since when does any Democrat think any law is enforced. Have you been in a goddam coma the past 4 years?
lol! Actually, what you're asking for IS a fraudulent document.

How moronically ironic!

And certainly unintelligent!

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#964232 Aug 14, 2013
Eman wrote:
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Is he still #1? I know, that makes me a racist.
1st retard doesn't really count for much. How're his TV ratings?

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