Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1579730 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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Nostrilis Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1071149 Jan 29, 2014
Emeem wrote:
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You really get into his head with these. He drops everything to respond.
I just got back from a funeral about 45 minutes ago, idiot. What did I drop, Ghost?
TheIndependentMa jority

Twinsburg, OH

#1071150 Jan 29, 2014
Homer wrote:
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You do not want me to tell you a storeeeee now do you Homer?
Go sit over next to Galt, two scalp samples at one time better than one.
GOP R Idiots

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1071151 Jan 29, 2014
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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The gig is up Nuc...
You don't need to waste time signing out and back in, loooonatic!
Still waiting for the link where you claim I said I had a Nash. The text you posted doesn't mean anything, like most of your posts.
Provide the actual link, Nuculur Nutcase.
Hi sockpuppet!
Having a judgit sh*t show again tonight? Same as every night!
What a pathetic life you must lead!!!!
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1071152 Jan 29, 2014
ptbw forever wrote:
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Of course I would be angry when I am fighting a global anti-white system and some uneducated jackasses want to lecture me with pathetic talk points from McIntosh and Wise.
well hey, go back over to that white supremacy site and plagiarize some more BS about how white people are being treated so bad so we can all realize just how serious a person you really are.

you do realize that i'm getting a big chuckle about some white dood who's on the internet acting like a bad ass, don't you? far as i know you're a 13 year old who's daddy is the local Klan leader and you're just trying to get that set to grow a little faster so you can go to the next protest on the local courthouse lawn without being scared of all the sane folks who are going to show up and shout you down.

so yeah, i can see why you're angry.
Nostrilis Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1071154 Jan 29, 2014
Nuculur option wrote:
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I'll bet the belief in climate change among southern nitwits goes up considerably after this.
they ain't seen nothin' yet!!
Wildfires, droughts, record tornados, record rainfall, record snowstorms.
It's only just begun..........
The only thing the latest weather indicates is that you leftard loons are FOS.

I noticed you used the term "climate change".

What happened to your Glow Bull Warning mental case?

Al "Jazeera" Gore led you astray?

Well big surprise there!

A liberal that ended up being a moron & huckster?

Yup.
Barney Fwank

Temecula, CA

#1071155 Jan 29, 2014
I missed the speech,I was getting cornholed by Anthony weiner and then I sucked off Rachel maddow,he has a big one
Nostrilis Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1071156 Jan 29, 2014
Nuculur option wrote:
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Lie of the year??
That's easy.
"Waxman only posts as Waxman"!!
Nash...

Link...

Liar...
GOP R Idiots

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1071157 Jan 29, 2014
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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waxywaxturd aka Not Surprized = Nuculurmentalcase.
Judgit queen Waxman aka sockman
Nostrilis Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1071158 Jan 29, 2014
Wendy Davis. Poster child for lying sleazy Demo-Krauts!

Level 1

Since: May 11

New Oxford, PA

#1071159 Jan 29, 2014
harmonious wrote:
<quoted text> Many dems voted for those oil subsidies you drone on about, Hussein can't touch them. Chump change in the overall scheme of things. Have you parked your Rambler yet?
wise up


There was a time they were needed.

Not now.

But let it up to a right whiner to want to hand money to companies making billions in profits and have a tizzy fit about a hungary kid benefitting from food stamps.
GOP R Idiots

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1071160 Jan 29, 2014
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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How's your OWS movement doing, Demo-Kraut?
LOL what stuopid non-sequitor
YOUR Party is throwing in the towel.
They stand for nothing. Too close to an election, so they really don't care about the size of government. They'll vote for a clean debt ceiling increase.
LOL what a bunch of phonies!

You've been taken! You're a stooge!
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1071161 Jan 29, 2014
Corporatism and Gay Marriage: Natural Bedfellows

One of the more remarkable partnerships that is least remarked upon today is the coalition that has formed around the effort to advance gay marriage—namely, left-leaning gay activists and corporations. If any political antipathy seemed to be permanent and unchangeable, one would have believed that it would be the Left’s hatred of the Corporation. Corporations, by the Left’s telling, represent almost everything that is wrong in contemporary America—crony capitalism, structural inequality, environmental degradation, worker indignity—in short, legalized immorality. Occupy Wall Street designated the corporation as Enemy #1, and the Left generally begins foaming at the mouth at the mere mention of Citizens United as, effectively, a coup by corporate America against democracy.

Yet, generally unremarked upon has been the deep friendliness between the Left and corporations in the most burning issue of the day (according to the Grammy Awards at least)—gay marriage. It has been particularly noticeable to me as a recently transplanted Hoosier, given recent efforts to defeat the proposed amendment banning gay-marriage in Indiana by a combination of Left gay-activists and corporations. To the extent that the amendment has run into trouble, it has been arguably because of the concerted resistance not by the activist Left—who were always going to have limited traction with an overwhelmingly Republican state legislature—but corporations.

Here is what those corporations are saying:“A ban would tell talented workers to stay out of Indiana.” According to Marya Rose, chief administrative officer for Indiana-based company Cummins,“If we have a climate in our state that makes people feel unwelcome in any way, we think that’s bad for Cummins, and we think that’s bad for business.” Similar arguments have been made by Nike in Oregon and General Mills in Minnesota. In New York, the push for legal recognition of gay marriage received major financial backing from some of the oft-denounced “wolves” of Wall Street—many of them prominent in conservative circles, especially Paul E. Singer, chairman of the conservative think-tank the Manhattan Institute. In Indiana, a coalition combining gay activists and corporations has been formed under the banner,“Freedom Indiana.”

In a period when the Left takes up the banner decrying “income inequality,” it should at least give pause to see them cozy up to corporate elites in support of their most darling issue of the day. Indeed, what is most striking is the not-so-subtle threat that is made by opponents of the Indiana gay-marriage amendment: if you pass this ban, talented people will leave, and even corporations will find it difficult to remain. The same threat that is often used by corporations to compel localities into watering down collective-bargaining powers, diluting environmental restrictions, crafting significant tax breaks and “sweetheart deals” is now being used by proponents of gay marriage to threaten the legislators of Indiana. A state struggling with high unemployment and a rust-belt economy can ill-afford to upset the Masters of the Universe.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/corpor...

i have no words. it speaks for it's self.

Level 5

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#1071162 Jan 29, 2014
sonicfilter wrote:
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Is There an Antidote to the Republican Amnesia?
By Barney Frank
Memory eventually fails us all, but apparently the decline strikes one party far more than the other.
In recent weeks, my friends across the aisle have expended a lot of breath proclaiming that the Democrats caused the present financial crisis by failing to pass legislation to regulate financial services companies in the years 1995 through 2006.
There is only small one problem with this story -- throughout this entire period the Republicans were in complete charge of the House and for the most critical years they controlled the House, the Senate, and the Presidency.
In the House of Representatives, the majority party has almost unlimited power over the minority party. The majority party owns the committee chairmanships; it controls what bills come to a vote; and it is under no obligation to consider the ideas of the beleaguered minority. When the Republicans were in the majority they ruled with an iron first; it is no accident that Tom DeLay was known as "The Hammer."
That is why I find it particularly flattering the Republicans now claim that in the years 1995 to 2006 I personally possessed supernatural powers which enabled me to force mighty Republican leaders to do my bidding. Choose your comic book hero -- I was all of them.
I wish I had the power to force the Republican leadership to do my bidding! If I had had that power, I would have used it to block the impeachment of Bill Clinton, to stop the war in Iraq, to prevent large tax cuts for the extremely wealthy, and to stop government intervention into the private life of Terri Schiavo. Yet that power eluded me, and I was unable to stop those things.
According to the Republicans' misty memories of the period before 2007, I allegedly singlehandedly blocked their determined efforts to regulate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and my supposed intransigence literally caused the worldwide financial crisis.
Fortunately, we have tools to aid memory -- pencil and paper, word processing, transcripts, newspapers, and the Congressional record. And as described in the most reputable published sources, in 2005 I in fact worked together with my Republican colleague Michael Oxley, then Chairman of the Financial Services Committee, to write a bill to increase regulation of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. We passed the bill out of committee with an overwhelming majority -- every Democrat voted in favor of the legislation. However, on the House floor the Republican leadership added a poison pill amendment, which would have prevented non-profit institutions with religious affiliations from receiving funds. I voted against the legislation in protest, though I continued to work with Mr. Oxley to encourage the Senate to pass a good bill. But these efforts were defeated because President Bush blocked further consideration of the legislation. In the words of Mr. Oxley, no flaming liberal, the Bush administration gave his efforts 'the one-finger salute.'
Read more: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/200...
Follow us:@RCP_Articles on Twitter
Straight from Bill Clinton's mouth to your ears:



Bill Clinton: Democrats Resisted GOP Efforts to Rein in Fannie Mae
GOP R Idiots

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1071163 Jan 29, 2014
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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I just got back from a funeral about 45 minutes ago, idiot. What did I drop, Ghost?
Did you bury one of your socks?
Or did you tell the family to wrap it up in a hurry because you had to run home and start judging Topix posts?
TheIndependentMa jority

Twinsburg, OH

#1071164 Jan 29, 2014
Emeem wrote:
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I don't think you understand what a loser is:
los·er noun \&#712;lü-z&#601;r\
: someone or something that loses a game, contest, etc.
: someone who is harmed or put in a worse position as the result of something
The title of this site is, "Barak Obama, our next President".
Google, "President of the United States of America", he won, YOU lost, loser.
Him shore has a LOT mo' GRAY hairs NOW.

And the title of this site is TOPIX.com

You hero is just one little ol' peonie sub topic (of PAST tense origins now as well) on THIS site.
I don't google-mindlessly promo' ing anything is for LOSERS...(like partisan lemming jackboot licking--Loser.)

...'It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game.” &#8213; Grantland Rice.

Or in the case of some of the anTics of the current Commie type marxist admin of the past few years----

“It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you place the blame.”

Althoughhh...the current commie kids did do a LITTLE better in the talking head SOTU last evening-- not WHINING about everything and anything that didn't suit they OWN marxist agendas.

For the five minute listen any.way

(Good job Cody K and team speech writers)!
GOP R Idiots

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1071165 Jan 29, 2014
Barney Fwank wrote:
I missed the speech,I was getting cornholed by Anthony weiner and then I sucked off Rachel maddow,he has a big one
Hi Nobraina, we all know you were busy watching Justin Bieber in Never Say Never!
NuculurNUTsurpri Zed

Satellite Beach, FL

#1071167 Jan 29, 2014
GOP R Idiots wrote:
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Hi, I'm sockpuppet!
I'm having a judgit sh*t show again tonight! Same as every night!
What a pathetic life I lead!!!!
Not Surprized! LOL
Nostrilis Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1071169 Jan 29, 2014
GOP R Idiots wrote:
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Hi sockpuppet!
Having a judgit sh*t show again tonight? Same as every night!
What a pathetic life you must lead!!!!
Sockpuppet? Really? You are one for sure, hypocrite.

I lead a pathetic life because someone posts judgeits at night?

You would have fit right in back in 1962 in Salem Mass. Morons like you ran around with pitchforks.

I have quite a nice life. You are the liberal, not me!

Chew on that for a moment, misfit.

“Peace on Earth”

Level 4

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#1071170 Jan 29, 2014
Nuculur option wrote:
Tom Cole Warns Tea Party Groups That They Won't Succeed In Influencing Special Election
""
Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.), an ally of House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and frequent voice for moderation in the Republication caucus, said in an interview Tuesday that he doesn't think tea party-affiliated groups will succeed in influencing the special election for retiring Sen. Tom Coburn's (R-Okla.) Senate seat.
In an interview with Roll Call, Cole indirectly referred to groups such as the Senate Conservatives Fund and The Madison Project, which have encouraged Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.) to enter the race.
“Groups coming from outside the state, coming to try and set the agenda, sorry,” Cole said.“You are welcome to come, but you ought to look at your track record.”""
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Teabagger Party will soon be as toxic as the Communist Party.
Same thing can be said about Tea Party darling, Rep. Trey Radel's empty seat now that he has been forced to resign. He may be replaced by a Republican in that district but it won't be a Teatard. People have had enough of their insanity.
Nostrilis Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1071171 Jan 29, 2014
GOP R Idiots wrote:
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Judgit queen Waxman aka sockman
Liberal sock, likely DumbDave will show up next, for sure.

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