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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TheIndependentMa jority

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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>If you do a google search you will find several mental health clinics in and around Somerset, KY you may want to check out.
You're such a DUPE sheep promoter Homer.

Googoole can bite you, and hopefully leave it's indentured darkagedness stuck in YOUR leg. Then I'll warcth...while you squirm..and see how YOU like it lol.

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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>If you do a google search you will find several mental health clinics in and around Somerset, KY you may want to check out.
Considering Google put a photo of Hugo Chavez on it's site to commemorate Mothers' Day, I don't think I'd trust anything they recommended to me. Those sites are probably for walk-in ovens.
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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>He'd have a better chance running as an Independent or a Democrat, he's not rightwing enough to win the GOP nomination.
Although he did run on a promise to lower property taxes in NJ, and of course property taxes have gone up.
Stop lying Homer, beofre I have to poke at you with sharpened pencils. For people I know there-they've went DOWN some.
He's doing a damn good job- FOR (NOT against) the WORKING class people too!

(and by Gosh- Jersey even has a reconciled, do-able B-U-D-G-E-T!!)

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In other news...

A key aspect of Obamacare requiring employers to offer coverage has been delayed until 2015.

http://news.msn.com/us/federal-govt-delays-ke... -
requirement-of-obamacare-until -2015-1

Which means the unknowns of Obamacare stagnating hiring will continue for another year.

Way to go liberals! Obama can't even get this monstrosity off the ground and you thought it was going to fly like a bird!

Pelosi must be hoarse by now hollering "Surprise!"
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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>You don't greet people every day? What's wrong with 'good morning'? I will agree when you see a rightwinger in person and greet them with a 'good morning' it does throw them a bit, most can eventually muster an open mouth and blank stare while they struggle with how to respond.
if a lib is doing the greeting, the rightwinger is wary they will be pickpocketed as they are greeted (cause its all about 'redistribution'.)

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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>He'd have a better chance running as an Independent or a Democrat, he's not rightwing enough to win the GOP nomination.
Although he did run on a promise to lower property taxes in NJ, and of course property taxes have gone up.
Don't forget to mention the deal Christi cut with the Democrats to be seen with Obama in public in exchange for the Democrats to not challenge him in the next election for governor.
How's that Democrat challenge to Christi for govdernor coming? Can you update us on that?... what was the name of that person who was supposed to challenge Christi, then backed out immediately after Christi sabotaged the Republicans? Who did the Democrats replace him with?
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We’re Not a Christian Nation

Most Americans saluting the flag this Independence Day grew up being taught that the nation for which that flag stands is a constitutional democracy. As Lincoln put it, the United States was conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. But a significant number of your fellow citizens have a very different vision as they hoist the flag. They were raised to believe—or have now been convinced—that our Founding Fathers gave us what they call a “Christian Nation.”

On this July 4, 2013, we live in a country where our fellow citizens have a dazzling diversity of religious beliefs (and non-belief), and most of them do not present any threat to our democracy. But one influential strain of Christian fundamentalism, which insists most loudly that we are a “Christian Nation,” has a vision for America that is profoundly theocratic. So if you want to engage in a small but meaningful patriotic act this Independence Day, you might want to educate yourself about what the “Christian Nation” movement means, and what our country might look like if the “Christian Nation” vision were to be realized.

....Millions of nonfundamentalist evangelicals are increasingly bombarded with the fundamentalist message that the architects of our Constitution really intended to give birth to this sort of “Christian Nation,” a message that is usually supported by highly selective quotations from the “Founding Fathers.” This message is manifestly untrue. Our Constitution does not contain a single mention of God. Instead, the great innovation of our Founding Fathers was to abolish the Old World system where deviation from the religious beliefs of the State or monarch was not tolerated. Rejecting this model, the founders gave us a secular republic where religious minorities benefit from guarantees of freedom of worship, conscience, and speech.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/07...

The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life estimates that groups representing these citizens spend about $390 million each year to lobby the government to impose their religion-based agenda on the rest of us, making the Orwellian argument that their own religious freedom requires the rest of us to live our lives in accordance with the dictates of their own religious beliefs.
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DBWriter wrote:
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Actually, you have a theory for Obama's Hawaiian birth, and the only thing you have to back it up is an obviously fraudulent birth certificate.
Malcom X never moved to Hawaii to organize the Communist Pary USA there where he met Obama's father and Obama's mother. That was Frank Marshal Davis.
Besides, Malcom X warned black people about the dangers of black people to black people. That's a little different than what Obama was indoctrinated with.
How about we seee these college transcripts and attendance sheets.
Or, let's just ask the people in his classes.
At Occidental his classmates describe him as a poor student.
At Columbia not one single person in his class ever met him.
Or, let's just ask the real faculty at the University of Chicago Law School what they think about Obama. They descirbe him as, and I quote, "lazy and unqualified", end quote.
WOW! All that, and yet Romney still couldn't muster the support to defeat him.
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LoisLane59 wrote:
The liberal media dispels global warming/confirms climate change a pattern without meaning to.
MSN - A heat wave smothering the West...likely tying a more than century-old U.S. record in California as Las Vegas and other cities.
The highest recorded temperature was 134 degrees on July 10, 1913, in Death Valley.
http://news.msn.com/us/dangerous-heat-in-the-...
It's not quite that hot yet.
Same with tornados. The 1940s saw the same increase in intensity and frequency of tornados.
So was Al Gore around in 1913? If he was around in the 1940s, he couldn't talk yet.
Too bad people are more gullible in the 21st century. Good for Al Gore though. He has a huge mansion that requires a lot of energy to keep him cool and warm and a jet to leave carbon footprints everywhere he goes all over the world.
But, by golly, he's rich as the dickens because liberals will buy anything.
LOL
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The Grand Old and Tired Party

Millennials haven’t been voting overwhelmingly for Democrats in the last four elections simply because Republican politicians are too old. They vote this way because the GOP caters to the interests of older voters and also has little or nothing to say to them, and they do so because their main experience of Republican governance was the Bush administration. Nominating a younger candidate doesn’t change any of this, and would be a good example of how the GOP wants to fix substantive weaknesses with a superficial remedy.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
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Considering Google put a photo of Hugo Chavez on it's site to commemorate Mothers' Day, I don't think I'd trust anything they recommended to me. Those sites are probably for walk-in ovens.
"Hiel Hugo" and he bag of commie robbinghoodieTic, constitutional breaching bands of ghetto THUGS lol.
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You can get C to B- 7.62 AKs for significantly less than a thousand dollars. AKs manufactured in some countries are worth a hell of a lot more than AKs manufactured in other countries. But, if all you're going to do is use them once in a drive-by shooting, you really wouldn't care if you'd need to use it twice, right?
You are correct, though. You can buy a stolen AK in A condition for less than 500 dollars.
SKs aren't a preferred gun. They are cheap.
Yup, guns are cheaper in places where LEGAL guns are more common. The more common of a commodity, the less the price, dufus.
Now, how much money are you going to pay to drive a thousand miles each way just to same a hundred dollars or so on a gun?
You're an idiot. You are obviously regurgitating some pre-prepared story.
I'm not going to continue schooling you on street life. Rule#1 when copping out of town: never go & comeback the same way! If you drive down South, take the bus or train back &, never comeback the same day. If you take the train or bus, rent a car & comeback. Nowadays you can rent down South & leave the car up North, genius! Secondly, if I'm going down South, I'm not copping just 1 gun so, in reality your saving alot more than just $100. You sure, have no idea of the inner workings of the underground. On that note, I don't really blame you for you're ignorance. Coc is cheaper near the border or Ports because it's fresh off the boat. That's why they call grade A coc fish scale. It comes in through the Florida docks on boats. Guns are cheaper down South because of the laws. It's easier to get guns down South. All you need is an ID. There's pawn shops down South that sell guns. Also they are abundant like you said but, why would I pay $1000 for an AK up here, when I could easily get an AK & a handgun or shotgun for the same price down South?
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Don't forget to mention the deal Christi cut with the Democrats to be seen with Obama in public in exchange for the Democrats to not challenge him in the next election for governor.
How's that Democrat challenge to Christi for govdernor coming? Can you update us on that?... what was the name of that person who was supposed to challenge Christi, then backed out immediately after Christi sabotaged the Republicans? Who did the Democrats replace him with?
Yer wanting to meet Homers pencil holder that he hides behind his devil dogs aren't yew.

Have yew peeps call ours lol.

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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Well, that's how you got where you are now, isn't it? Didn't you just sign up for Medicare?
I'm not 65 yet. Don't rush it.

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DBWriter wrote:
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Don't forget to mention the deal Christi cut with the Democrats to be seen with Obama in public in exchange for the Democrats to not challenge him in the next election for governor.
How's that Democrat challenge to Christi for govdernor coming? Can you update us on that?... what was the name of that person who was supposed to challenge Christi, then backed out immediately after Christi sabotaged the Republicans? Who did the Democrats replace him with?
Still waiting for you to tell us who you are FOR. It's tedious listening to your constant negative whining and paranoid episodes.
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LCN Llin wrote:
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LOL
they do the same thing every summer.....'It's hot!'

i could watch the Weather channel.
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And still he beat palin and mclamme?

Plus he beat Lyin Ryan and twinkle panties?

Plus he didn't throw away the USA like your bushy boy:

JUST OUT:$6 TRILLION TOTAL COST OF IRAQ AND AFFFGANNY!!

$6 TRILLION!

ALL BORROWED BY BUSH!

6 THOUSAND BILLION DOLLARS. WOW!

to destroy a country and kill 500,000 in our names.

Should have spent that money fixing our country.

Saddam was contained.

What a waste!

From your guy: Texas red diiippppshhhhttt!
DBWriter wrote:
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Actually, you have a theory for Obama's Hawaiian birth, and the only thing you have to back it up is an obviously fraudulent birth certificate.
Malcom X never moved to Hawaii to organize the Communist Pary USA there where he met Obama's father and Obama's mother. That was Frank Marshal Davis.
Besides, Malcom X warned black people about the dangers of black people to black people. That's a little different than what Obama was indoctrinated with.
How about we seee these college transcripts and attendance sheets.
Or, let's just ask the people in his classes.
At Occidental his classmates describe him as a poor student.
At Columbia not one single person in his class ever met him.
Or, let's just ask the real faculty at the University of Chicago Law School what they think about Obama. They descirbe him as, and I quote, "lazy and unqualified", end quote.
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DBWriter wrote:
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Actually, you have a theory for Obama's Hawaiian birth, and the only thing you have to back it up is an obviously fraudulent birth certificate.
Malcom X never moved to Hawaii to organize the Communist Pary USA there where he met Obama's father and Obama's mother. That was Frank Marshal Davis.
Besides, Malcom X warned black people about the dangers of black people to black people. That's a little different than what Obama was indoctrinated with.
How about we seee these college transcripts and attendance sheets.
Or, let's just ask the people in his classes.
At Occidental his classmates describe him as a poor student.
At Columbia not one single person in his class ever met him.
Or, let's just ask the real faculty at the University of Chicago Law School what they think about Obama. They descirbe him as, and I quote, "lazy and unqualified", end quote.
lazy and unqualified describes his presidency and explains how is international policies resemble 'a weather vane flipping from hesitation to vacillation.'
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Barack Obama, President Weathervane

'...History is unfolding in rapid fashion in the volatile Mideast, yet the only consistency in American policy is hesitation, followed by vacillation.

From Afghanistan to Iran to Egypt to Libya to Syria and now back to Egypt again, President Obama has resembled a weather vane.

Over and over again, HE WAITS to see which way the wind is blowing, then races to get ahead of the storm.

When it changes direction, he does, too. If he had been top dog in Philadelphia in the summer of 1776, American independence would have died waiting.

The president’s problem is that he can’t decide whose side he’s on. The lack of a perfect social order, as he defines it, leads him into paralysis and dead ends, such as the one in Libya, where aides boasted he was “leading from behind.”

When Syria’s butcher crossed Obama’s “red line” by using chemical weapons, the president’s fumbling response was that of a lawyer looking for a loophole.

His belated decision to send small arms to some Syrian rebels means he aims to delay defeat instead of going for victory.

It’s a pattern he follows around the globe, even when it involves our troops in Afghanistan.

Confused by imperfection and lacking principled clarity about America’s interests, he can’t bring himself to join a side.

Obama is lost because the real world is too messy for his utopian dreams. And his compass is distorted by the need for self-aggrandizement.

The first clear example came in 2009. When brave Iranians took on their thuggish masters, Obama was shamefully silent. His aim was to negotiate a deal with nuke-loving theocrats, and he treated millions of Iranian protesters as so many distractions to his plan. He got no deal and the opposition movement was crushed.

When Egyptians challenged Hosni Mubarak in 2011, Obama made the opposite mistake. Although Mubarak was an ally who had helped keep the peace for 30 years, Obama called for him to leave and sided with demonstrators, despite many warnings that the Muslim Brotherhood would gain the most.

Now, a year later, he’s straddling the fence in Egypt, unsure of whom to back as a possible civil war emerges. It is not a sign of success that both sides accuse us of being with the other.

These issues are not simple. If they were, they would be solved before they got to the president’s desk.

But Obama made a hash of foreign policy because his worldview is so warped and his experience so limited. His starting point, that America needed to apologize for its arrogance, reflects a naivete about history and human nature.

He also picked a lousy time to favor neo-isolationism and a break-the-bank spending spree at home.

The result is that our leadership role abroad is being replaced with Islamists, despots and opportunists, none of whom can or want to provide the infrastructure of stability.

American Exceptionalism has been a blessing and a burden on this great nation. From our founding, we recognized ourselves as different, and that belief gradually conferred a special duty to the world.

We now have a president who, more often than not, rejects the very notion of American Exceptionalism. In effect, he has not joined the side he’s on. Unless he embraces America’s unique role, and does it soon, his mistake will become the world’s tragedy.

Read more: Obama has trouble picking a side, so he waffles on tough choices and fails to lead - NYPOST.com http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/failed_...
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DBWriter wrote:
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Actually, you have a theory for Obama's Hawaiian birth, and the only thing you have to back it up is an obviously fraudulent birth certificate.
Malcom X never moved to Hawaii to organize the Communist Pary USA there where he met Obama's father and Obama's mother. That was Frank Marshal Davis.
Besides, Malcom X warned black people about the dangers of black people to black people. That's a little different than what Obama was indoctrinated with.
How about we seee these college transcripts and attendance sheets.
Or, let's just ask the people in his classes.
At Occidental his classmates describe him as a poor student.
At Columbia not one single person in his class ever met him.
Or, let's just ask the real faculty at the University of Chicago Law School what they think about Obama. They descirbe him as, and I quote, "lazy and unqualified", end quote.
Funny, his roommate ot Columbia has fond memories of thier time there.

http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/01/20/...

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