Barack Obama, our next President

"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 ... Full Story
whatchamacallit

York, PA

#878218 Mar 22, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
It's the Nobel Peace Prize, dummy.
Obama is a major success in all areas!!
He won reelection for being such a success!!
His speech was a major success with young Israeli's and Palestinians.
He laid it out: a two separate states solution!!
Too bad you're just a Rmoney voter, still unable to accept the fact that you voted for a reject, the true Anti-Christ Mormon.
And you're too stupid to see it!!
Gotta love the stupidity of the right. It guarantees all future Presidents will be Democrats!!
I love to see you whine every day.
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Must be nice to be a thoughtless sheep who stands in the pasture being force fed lies and spouts O-Baaaaaaaaa-ma
Homer 2016

Bethlehem, PA

#878219 Mar 22, 2013
what's more 39% of 1,000 or 38% of 10,000?
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#878220 Mar 22, 2013
Homer 2016 wrote:
<quoted text>72% of the population is white so you refuted none of her argument with your percentages.
Actually, yes.

Blacks are on welfare at about three times their percentage in society, while whites are on welfare at 50% of their percentage in society.
carol

Orlando, FL

#878221 Mar 22, 2013
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>Hubby found boxes of 500 .223 rounds for $17.99 at Academy this morning. At the gun show last weekend, they were $80.00 a box. Go figure.
What's hard to figure is how he found a bullet that's a bargain at .75 a round for... um.. 3.5 cents a round? Does he get a senior citizen discount? Guy must be REALLY old?
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#878222 Mar 22, 2013
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>They do, but the Texas Department of Education decides what history is, out that way....and it turns out, that because of the number of textbooks sold in Texas, publishers pretty much let Texas call the tune for the rest of the nation.
True story.
Why Texas and not California, which is much larger?
carol

Orlando, FL

#878223 Mar 22, 2013
flack wrote:
I find it completely amazing that a small island country has the possibility to bring down the world economy over the amount of money the US spends in four days!!!
From what I hear they don't have the Feds printing out fake money and devaluing their currency just to keep their economy afloat.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#878224 Mar 22, 2013
Galt is having second thoughts.

Galt has been convinced for a while that Nucularshit was a sockpuppet for Demos/Tenzing, kind of Mr. Hyde to Dr. Jekyll.

Galt has become convinced that Demos/Tenzing could not possibly be that stupid if he tried.

Galt apologizes to Demos/Tenzing.
carol

Orlando, FL

#878225 Mar 22, 2013
flack wrote:
Ok I've type that post from yesterday three times and it hasn't posted once. I've had it with this place. I will need to re-evaluate whether I want to be on a site that allows the clowns and the harassment of people but won't allow honest debate. If I want juvenile behavior I can go to a bar near any college compass around here.
Can you try it one more time?
carol

Orlando, FL

#878226 Mar 22, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
In most stores, ammo disappears almost as soon as it hits the shelf.
Obama's plan to disarm America will not work.
Well, to be axiomatic, America's plan to disarm President Obama probably won't work either. Especially if they're going to buy 3.5 cent a round ammunition. I'm thinking they should fire off a few rounds to make sure the papier mache' doesn't clog the barrel?
carol

Orlando, FL

#878227 Mar 22, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Perhaps it was copywrite protected. I highly doubt any college students act like these retards on here, these are adults, likely over 50, uneducated housebound freaks.
Aren't you an adult over 50 and housebound too? Can't comment on the uneducated part. Even though I don't think you're uneducated. Just misinformed.
Jimmy

Newington, CT

#878228 Mar 22, 2013
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>Hubby found boxes of 500 .223 rounds for $17.99 at Academy this morning. At the gun show last weekend, they were $80.00 a box. Go figure.
Why does a Democrat need an AR-15? Joe Biden told you only need to take a shotgun outside at fire a couple rounds off towards the sky!

Also - the very lowest you will find .223 rounds is at 40 cents and you just saud "hubby" found them at $19.00 for 500 rounds. That would be .036 cents a round.

You could actually get good ones at .026 a round before you libtards started ranting for gun control.

Get your math straight, libtard.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#878229 Mar 22, 2013
carol wrote:
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Like I said, it would have only passed by 7 votes in the House had all Democrats voted nay.
It wouldn't have passed in the Senate.
It doesn't matter.

Your crude attempts to shift the blame away from Bush just don't carry water.

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""However, when words are used in ways that manipulate public fear, facts and rationality are beside the point. The aim of the corruption of language -- whether conscious or unconscious -- is to confuse rather than clarify, and to cause the listener to believe an illusion rather than the truth.

In his article, "Fallacies and War," Dave Koehler points out misleading public arguments the administration uses to justify war. For example, the Bush team often presents the false dilemma -- claiming there are only two possible options when, in fact, more choices are available.

Kohler refers to the statement Bush issued right after 9/11: "You're either with us or with the terrorists." As Kohler says "Countries can be both against terrorism and not an ally of the U.S ... Many countries are showing they are both against a preemptive war and against the current Iraqi regime." Bush said the U.N. must vote for war or face irrelevance. As Kohler points out, the U.N. can simultaneously survive and disagree with Bush.

The Bush team also repeatedly uses the fallacy of exclusion, meaning they leave out important aspects of any given argument. For example, Colin Powell and George Bush spoke about aluminum tubes being used for uranium enrichment for nuclear weapons use. Kohler notes they failed to take into account the essential fact that U.N. inspectors said the tubes were conventional rocket artillery casings.

Kohler points to another fallacy, argument from ignorance -- the claim that what hasn't been disproved must be true. The Bush administration implies Iraq must have weapons of mass destruction because of Iraq's failure to prove it doesn't. As Kohler says, the burden of proof is on the party making the claim, therefore the U.S. "must prove that Iraq has WMD. It is impossible for Iraq to prove they don't."

In his article, "An Orwellian Pitch," John R. McArthur, publisher of Harper's Magazine, writes about the Bush team's manipulation of public opinion. He says, "Effective propaganda relies on half-truths and the conflation of disparate 'facts'(like Saddam's genuine human rights violations)." McArthur says the Bush team has managed to get away with this deceptive fact twisting because they use a tactic George Orwell described as "slovenliness" in the language.

Congressman Henry Waxman said the Bush administration likely hoodwinked members of Congress. According to a March 25 Mother Jones article, Waxman said he voted to give Bush authority to invade Iraq in large part because he believed the administration's claims about Iraq's effort to purchase nuclear weapons.""

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It will go down in history as Bush's Debacle.

You think he didn't get invited to any Republican Conventions for nothing??vThe Repugnant Party has abandoned GW Bush.

Even most Repugnants hate Bush.

You're one of the few that is dumb enough to continue your idiotic support of him.
carol

Orlando, FL

#878230 Mar 22, 2013
flack wrote:
<quoted text> wheat causing the great depression.
I only know this was a significant contributor to the great depression. Just don't know what else to say about it. Except history has a tendency of repeating itself?
Jimmy

Newington, CT

#878231 Mar 22, 2013
shovelhead72 wrote:
<quoted text>Hubby found boxes of 500 .223 rounds for $17.99 at Academy this morning. At the gun show last weekend, they were $80.00 a box. Go figure.
Check with hubby - I think he told you $179

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#878232 Mar 22, 2013
Paranoia strikes deep..........

You're scared of your own shadow, old fool!!
John Galt wrote:
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Galt is more concerned about being defenseless against the criminals in government than the street criminals.
Homer 2016

Bethlehem, PA

#878233 Mar 22, 2013
So basically Flack is saying that wheat caused the Great Depression.
carol

Orlando, FL

#878234 Mar 22, 2013
carol wrote:
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Aren't you an adult over 50 and housebound too? Can't comment on the uneducated part. Even though I don't think you're uneducated. Just misinformed.
Owwww... what happened to the nice christian lady who loves God and her fellow man? She on sabbatical to Israel?
carol

Orlando, FL

#878235 Mar 22, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
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i think what you're saying is...He will need to VERY convincing with his flip-flops. Unlike the last guy you put up.
but that whole 'I don't want to say if I voted for Clinton' thing will be the thing that the FOXbot faction won't be able to get around. you have yet to comment on it, so.....there ya go.
Romney pretty much paid his dues having been vetted for the second time which gave him an advantage. Unfortunately, his Mormonism was a significant obstacle, and he simply didn't have the much needed urgency in his message. He also let several golden opportunites pass by which could have sealed the deal in playing it too safe. Then, of course, there was the hurricane days before the election when he simply disappeared and Obama got the spotlight.

Unfortunately.
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#878236 Mar 22, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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Walmart here has almost no ammunition, just a few odd sizes.
Gun shows are the only option, and even there sales are rationed.
Obama is intentionally wasting taxpayer money to dry up the supply and drive up costs.
We are furnishing many nations with ammo__I recently posted that the US had sent 28,000,000 rounds of small arms ammo to Lebanon along with significant other military "stuff".

WalMart is limiting sales of ammo to 3 boxes per person per day. Don't ask me how WalMart keeping track but there is plenty at the WalMart nearest me and I live in a state with boo coo guns of every size and shape. And the firing range at the nearest Gander Mountain is busy day and night.

What would you call a "popular" size?
carol

Orlando, FL

#878237 Mar 22, 2013
Jimmy wrote:
<quoted text>
Check with hubby - I think he told you $179
I think what he found was a box of Rolex watches for 11.79 and just got confused in the van on the way back to the home?

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