Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1457903 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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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#916849 Jun 1, 2013
Karma is a_______ wrote:
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I see sarcasm is completely over your head. Too funny. reminds me of the time Steven Colbert was invited to the white house correspondence dinner, because Bush's handlers thought he was a conservative comic. I never laughed so hard, and I was waiting for President Dumbya's head to explode. Laura Bush wasn't so happy either
Reminds me of the time the Magic Negro was invited to the 58th State and accepted.

I never laughed so hard in my life.

And Moochelle was miffed because she wasn't invited! Can you believe that?

Truth is stranger than fiction.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#916850 Jun 1, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text>Galt is a Benedict Arnold in disguise now. Fund a foreign news service,BBC despite its scandalous past(Jimmy Savile scandal), but no support of a American non-profit independent broadcasting company,PBS. Galt says feed the pedophile(Jimmy Savile) and starve Big Bird(An American children education programming icon)
....butt...butt....Elmo screws young boys....

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#916851 Jun 1, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
Gore also won a Nobel Prize just like the Magic Negro did.
Winning isn't everything, especially in these cases.
Losers win quite often.
I've never heard a more stupid comment than saying losers are winnners.

And winnners like Rmoney are really losers?


Up is down, in is out, near is far, white is black. You're a Shining Idiot.

Your lame attempts at humor expose a truly weak mind.

You wonder you're the Topix moron. Along with your buddy Fencepost.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#916852 Jun 1, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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You are a rather odd individual.
Corn Ethanol, as an example, is produced from agricultural activities that rely heavily on petroleum based products like diesel, gasoline, grease, oil, fertilizer, electricity, etc.
And then the transport involves the use of petroleum-based fuels to get them to market.
Were you raised in a tree by hippies?
...and fell out?
It was George Bush who forced ethanol down America's throat.

He said the reason was because oil was finite and we needed to use less of it.

You just keep making a shining idiot of yourself.

I'm lovin' it!!
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#916853 Jun 1, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
A dodge rather than an answer to you posting that crazy article.
crazy? then there must be a lot of crazy....

The head of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives called out the state GOP chairman on his radio show last weekend for giving short shrift to a constituency party leaders say they want to entice — conservative minorities.

During a segment on the weekend show where RMBC founder and black tea party leader Derrick Wilburn and cohost Robert Blaha give an “almost human” award to people who have annoyed or upset them, Wilburn turned his ire toward Colorado Republican Party Chairman Ryan Call and the party in general.

He said in the two-and-a-half years he’s hosted monthly meetings of the Rocky Mountain Black Tea Party, Call has only attended one — the one where he was the guest speaker.

And he said that during a recent closed door meeting with national party chairman Reince Priebus, Call only allowed Wilburn to speak in the 30 seconds before Preibus had to leave.

“He’s got to leave at 3:30 to catch a flight,” Wilburn said on the show.“Ryan Call goes around the room, gives the microphone to every white elected official in the state, and lets them go off for as long as they want to. Gives me the microphone at 3:29 and thirty seconds. Thirty seconds left in the meeting, and says ‘I’m sorry,’ and I get thirty seconds to speak to the man.”

Wilburn also complained about being scheduled as the last speaker at the Republicans’ State Central Committee meeting in March.

“[I'm] the guy who’s trying to reach out to the young people, whom we know we all need. He puts us up there last,” he said.“And puts the [U.S. Rep.] Doug Lamborns of the world up there first.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/06/01/black-tea-p...

“I’ve had it up to here,” he said.“Our state chairman embodies ‘the Republicans,’ whoever that is.… These people don’t get it. They’re almost human. And if we don’t get rid of some of ‘em and replace them with people who do [get it], we’re in a world of hurt.”

...as the liberals stand on the sidelines and eat popcorn....

so excuse me for being entertained by right wing crazy, but the real question here is....why aren't you?

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#916854 Jun 1, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
His interpretation of the law you mean. Does Holder's interpretation represents the letter and the spirit of the law? I would say absolutely NO. The espionage act was never meant to target whistle blowers and reporters doing routine reporting.
DUH Like when Bush was slapped down by the Supreme Court for some of his Administrations interpretations of the law??

You're a fool. It will end up in the courts, without your biased simplistic opinions.

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Supreme Court Rules Against Bush Administration, Resurrects Habeas Corpus

"In what might be the most important decision made by the Supreme Court of the United States during the Bush Administration, five justices ruled in Boumedienne v. Bush on Thursday, June 12, that the United States government did not have the right to suspend habeas corpus, or legal due process.
The government effectively did this through the passage of the Military Commissions Act of 2006, a legal measure meant to bolster an original executive order signed shortly after September 11, 2001, that gave federal authorities the power to detain suspected enemy operatives indefinitely without recourse to legal process and a trial. The Military Commissions Act of 2006, the passage of which was led by Sen. John McCain, specifically denied Guantanamo detainees the right to petition federal courts on grounds of habeas corpus.

In a scathing rebuttal of Bush administration policy, the Supreme Court maintained that the detainees had the same basic rights as anyone held in custody by officials of the United States. In its 70-page decision, the Court noted: "Security depends upon a sophisticated intelligence apparatus and the ability of our Armed Forces to act and interdict. There are further considerations, however. Security subsists, too, in fidelity to freedom's first principles. Chief among these are freedom from arbitrary and unlawful restraint and the personal liberty that is secured by adherence to separation of powers... "

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Obama and Holder are laughing at you nitwits.

Compared to the many scandals Bush had, from lying about Iraq to waterboarding to renditions to losing Supreme Court cases, Obama doesn't have time to catch up with Bush's corruption.

Remember when the Supreme Court ruled against Bush when he and Cheney had their staff deny subpoenas from Congress??

Bush lost the case.

You're an idiot. And I will point out the corruption of Bush and Co. as you rant on about pure nonsense stuff.

Bush used the IRS to harrass his enemies. AS did Reagan and especially Nixon. Nothing new here.

It's just that it's ok when Repugnants do it, but you come unglued when Dems do it.
Whatever

Scottsbluff, NE

#916855 Jun 1, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
crazy? then there must be a lot of crazy....
The head of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives called out the state GOP chairman on his radio show last weekend for giving short shrift to a constituency party leaders say they want to entice — conservative minorities.
During a segment on the weekend show where RMBC founder and black tea party leader Derrick Wilburn and cohost Robert Blaha give an “almost human” award to people who have annoyed or upset them, Wilburn turned his ire toward Colorado Republican Party Chairman Ryan Call and the party in general.
He said in the two-and-a-half years he’s hosted monthly meetings of the Rocky Mountain Black Tea Party, Call has only attended one — the one where he was the guest speaker.
And he said that during a recent closed door meeting with national party chairman Reince Priebus, Call only allowed Wilburn to speak in the 30 seconds before Preibus had to leave.
“He’s got to leave at 3:30 to catch a flight,” Wilburn said on the show.“Ryan Call goes around the room, gives the microphone to every white elected official in the state, and lets them go off for as long as they want to. Gives me the microphone at 3:29 and thirty seconds. Thirty seconds left in the meeting, and says ‘I’m sorry,’ and I get thirty seconds to speak to the man.”
Wilburn also complained about being scheduled as the last speaker at the Republicans’ State Central Committee meeting in March.
“[I'm] the guy who’s trying to reach out to the young people, whom we know we all need. He puts us up there last,” he said.“And puts the [U.S. Rep.] Doug Lamborns of the world up there first.”
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/06/01/black-tea-p...
“I’ve had it up to here,” he said.“Our state chairman embodies ‘the Republicans,’ whoever that is.… These people don’t get it. They’re almost human. And if we don’t get rid of some of ‘em and replace them with people who do [get it], we’re in a world of hurt.”
...as the liberals stand on the sidelines and eat popcorn....
so excuse me for being entertained by right wing crazy, but the real question here is....why aren't you?
I wouldn't be worrying about the Tea Party if I was you but about the damage being done to the Dems by the IRS scandals etc.

You do get fixated on things.
Florida

Saint Petersburg, FL

#916856 Jun 1, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
DUH Like when Bush was slapped down by the Supreme Court for some of his Administrations interpretations of the law??
You're a fool. It will end up in the courts, without your biased simplistic opinions.
----------
Supreme Court Rules Against Bush Administration, Resurrects Habeas Corpus
"In what might be the most important decision made by the Supreme Court of the United States during the Bush Administration, five justices ruled in Boumedienne v. Bush on Thursday, June 12, that the United States government did not have the right to suspend habeas corpus, or legal due process.
The government effectively did this through the passage of the Military Commissions Act of 2006, a legal measure meant to bolster an original executive order signed shortly after September 11, 2001, that gave federal authorities the power to detain suspected enemy operatives indefinitely without recourse to legal process and a trial. The Military Commissions Act of 2006, the passage of which was led by Sen. John McCain, specifically denied Guantanamo detainees the right to petition federal courts on grounds of habeas corpus.
In a scathing rebuttal of Bush administration policy, the Supreme Court maintained that the detainees had the same basic rights as anyone held in custody by officials of the United States. In its 70-page decision, the Court noted: "Security depends upon a sophisticated intelligence apparatus and the ability of our Armed Forces to act and interdict. There are further considerations, however. Security subsists, too, in fidelity to freedom's first principles. Chief among these are freedom from arbitrary and unlawful restraint and the personal liberty that is secured by adherence to separation of powers... "
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Obama and Holder are laughing at you nitwits.
Compared to the many scandals Bush had, from lying about Iraq to waterboarding to renditions to losing Supreme Court cases, Obama doesn't have time to catch up with Bush's corruption.
Remember when the Supreme Court ruled against Bush when he and Cheney had their staff deny subpoenas from Congress??
Bush lost the case.
You're an idiot. And I will point out the corruption of Bush and Co. as you rant on about pure nonsense stuff.
Bush used the IRS to harrass his enemies. AS did Reagan and especially Nixon. Nothing new here.
It's just that it's ok when Repugnants do it, but you come unglued when Dems do it.
Your addiction and obsession for Bush is an ardent interest of pursuit you idiot... I wish someone had an answer to your deranged addiction to your stupid you clown.

The economy sucks, unemployment is high, terrorists are becoming bolder, IRS is Gestapo, the government is scandal-ridden with criminal democrats, and Obama bin Lying is responsible...

Funny how recent history always manages to shape the near future for obama you idiot, yet all you can do clown is dwell,drink and have a love affair for Bush..

Damn your an idiot...

It's the culture...
Whatever

Scottsbluff, NE

#916857 Jun 1, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
I've never heard a more stupid comment than saying losers are winnners.
And winnners like Rmoney are really losers?
Up is down, in is out, near is far, white is black. You're a Shining Idiot.
Your lame attempts at humor expose a truly weak mind.
You wonder you're the Topix moron. Along with your buddy Fencepost.
You are not that dense.

Obama got a Nobel Prize for nothing and Gore was a close second with his.

“Amor patriae.”

Since: Feb 08

Eastern Oregon

#916858 Jun 1, 2013
Any of you libsticks think Obama's out of the loop about where sequester cuts occur, too?
Whatever

Scottsbluff, NE

#916859 Jun 1, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
Reminds me of the time the Magic Negro was invited to the 58th State and accepted.
I never laughed so hard in my life.
And Moochelle was miffed because she wasn't invited! Can you believe that?
Truth is stranger than fiction.
I liked the time Obama talked all the way through "God Save the Queen", totally oblivious to the fact no one was looking at him including the Queen. Guy is a little slow at catching on.
Whatever

Scottsbluff, NE

#916860 Jun 1, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
It was George Bush who forced ethanol down America's throat.
He said the reason was because oil was finite and we needed to use less of it.
You just keep making a shining idiot of yourself.
I'm lovin' it!!
And when a bill was introduced in 2011 after it was shown to be nonprofitable -Bush didn't have a crystal ball, you moron -that proposed cutting funding to the program, the Dems voted to keep the program.
Florida

Saint Petersburg, FL

#916861 Jun 1, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
It was George Bush who forced ethanol down America's throat.
He said the reason was because oil was finite and we needed to use less of it.
You just keep making a shining idiot of yourself.
I'm lovin' it!!
Hidden locations and childish avatars on Topix, breastfeeding on George Bush and you sucking Dick Cheney in your gaseous windstorm is the de-facto standard, the platform, the operating system for a self-loathing, paranoid coward, idiot troll...

If not for bush, you still would have nothing....

Throwing money at your addiction for Bush and sucking Dick Cheney would be like throwing Crack at an addict and telling them to go away.

Yet you you fool, you always come back for more and blame others for your inane addiction... LMFAO

You are a pathetic old idiot...

It's the culture
Whatever

Scottsbluff, NE

#916863 Jun 1, 2013
Nuculur option wrote:
<quoted text>
DUH Like when Bush was slapped down by the Supreme Court for some of his Administrations interpretations of the law??
You're a fool. It will end up in the courts, without your biased simplistic opinions.
----------
Supreme Court Rules Against Bush Administration, Resurrects Habeas Corpus
"In what might be the most important decision made by the Supreme Court of the United States during the Bush Administration, five justices ruled in Boumedienne v. Bush on Thursday, June 12, that the United States government did not have the right to suspend habeas corpus, or legal due process.
The government effectively did this through the passage of the Military Commissions Act of 2006, a legal measure meant to bolster an original executive order signed shortly after September 11, 2001, that gave federal authorities the power to detain suspected enemy operatives indefinitely without recourse to legal process and a trial. The Military Commissions Act of 2006, the passage of which was led by Sen. John McCain, specifically denied Guantanamo detainees the right to petition federal courts on grounds of habeas corpus.
In a scathing rebuttal of Bush administration policy, the Supreme Court maintained that the detainees had the same basic rights as anyone held in custody by officials of the United States. In its 70-page decision, the Court noted: "Security depends upon a sophisticated intelligence apparatus and the ability of our Armed Forces to act and interdict. There are further considerations, however. Security subsists, too, in fidelity to freedom's first principles. Chief among these are freedom from arbitrary and unlawful restraint and the personal liberty that is secured by adherence to separation of powers... "
----------
Obama and Holder are laughing at you nitwits.
Compared to the many scandals Bush had, from lying about Iraq to waterboarding to renditions to losing Supreme Court cases, Obama doesn't have time to catch up with Bush's corruption.
Remember when the Supreme Court ruled against Bush when he and Cheney had their staff deny subpoenas from Congress??
Bush lost the case.
You're an idiot. And I will point out the corruption of Bush and Co. as you rant on about pure nonsense stuff.
Bush used the IRS to harrass his enemies. AS did Reagan and especially Nixon. Nothing new here.
It's just that it's ok when Repugnants do it, but you come unglued when Dems do it.
What is wrong with you? Seriously? You think at a junior high level "but, but, so and so did this" like it makes any of your actions or those of the Obama admin right.

No one thinks that Holder or Obama should get a pass due to a past admin loosing a SCOTUS decision.

I am at this point totally put out with your lack of logic and the general idiocy of this post. I have attempted to be respectful to you up to this point but this one deserves a

"Nuk, you are a moron!"
Florida

Saint Petersburg, FL

#916864 Jun 1, 2013
Whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
You are not that dense.
Obama got a Nobel Prize for nothing and Gore was a close second with his.
The only argument theses pathetic liberals can make is to try and use Bush as a winning argument. Hell Mercifully Bush is gone and has been gone for going on 5 years. He isn't yesterday's newspaper, he's last year's newspaper, president a decade ago, yet theses morons want to win an argument defending obama with Bush... LMFAO... Wakeup world... The economy sucks, unemployment is high, terrorists are becoming bolder, IRS is Gestapo, the government is scandal-ridden with criminal democrats, and Obama bin Lying is responsible and the world id falling apart, and all these libtards want to do is blame Bush after 5 years...LMFAO...

These idiot liberals need some new material, current events and I am hell bent helping them find it, and it will not be defending Bush...

It's the culture...

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#916865 Jun 1, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>How so? Because you make a claim?
But, aren't YOU the one who made a false claim? Then tried to back it up with another false claim son?
Tsk, tsk!
False claim?? What was it Yeahoo? You've been beating that dead horse for so long, you'll no longer be able to serve it at dinner?
Whatever

Scottsbluff, NE

#916867 Jun 1, 2013
mdbuilder wrote:
Any of you libsticks think Obama's out of the loop about where sequester cuts occur, too?
Not as long as the WaPo keeps him informed.
Florida

Saint Petersburg, FL

#916868 Jun 1, 2013
IRS, AP and Benghazi Show the Failure of Obama's Big Government

Big Government Makes For Big Obama Screw ups and More Waste...

The leadership failures and bureaucratic dysfunction exposed by the Internal Revenue Service scandal should be a wake up call to anybody who believes bigger government can solve this nation's problems.

How can an "impotent" bureaucracy with "poor management" and the IRS with its "capacity for incompetence and stupidity," as left-leaning commentators David Ignatius and Ruth Marcus both wrote in the Washington Post last week, possibly be trusted to take on the Obama's ambitious agenda?

If the IRS example teaches us anything, it's that giving an inefficient organization more responsibility makes it more likely to screw up, not better able to solve this nation's problems.

Now we have not just big government, but big brother running big government.

It's the culture...
Whatever

Scottsbluff, NE

#916869 Jun 1, 2013
Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>False claim?? What was it Yeahoo? You've been beating that dead horse for so long, you'll no longer be able to serve it at dinner?
I don't even read Yeah's posts anymore. Yeah throws mud at the wall and hopes maybe something will stick. He works on the theory that no one can be wrong ALL the time, but he has shot holes in that theory.
Florida

Saint Petersburg, FL

#916870 Jun 1, 2013
Obama's woes flow out of BIG government philosophy...

The latest problems with the IRS witch hunt, the seizure of phone records from The Associated Press, the conflicting Benghazi stories and disastrous attempts to enforce Obamacare may all seem unrelated, but they are not.

Each of these events is the direct byproduct of two central philosophies of the Obama administration -- the massive expansion of the size and power of the federal government and a lack of trust in the American people.

These scandals were bound to happen. In fact, it was inevitable, and there will be more. President Obama has grown the size, the scope, the debt and the power of the federal government to such irresponsible proportions that problems like these are an inevitable result.

Now we have not just BIG government, but BIG brother running BIG government.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/24/opinion/jindal-...

It's the culture...

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