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
Jane Says

New York, NY

#880490 Mar 27, 2013
dem wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Jane.
Want a facial?
no thanks basement dweller. your mom's upstairs waiting for hers. you're late.
Jane Says

New York, NY

#880491 Mar 27, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>The DNA of the democratic party is inbred with Jim Crow hate, envy, ignorance and FDR racism.
DemocRATS DNA usually blocks common sense in the name of political correctness. The proof of this can be seen in the upcoming NY Mayoral race where they are anti-police, busy preaching “social justice” with class war soundbites and worried about transgender bathrooms instead of the economy.

Here’s one:'John Liu:“New York City needs to be one city,” he said.“Where everyone gets a fair wage and a fair shot. One city. Where we take care of the needy and take on the greedy. With your help, I’ll be a mayor not of the 1 percent — but of the 100%.”

As slogans go, Liu’s have a near-poetic cadence. They are catchy and clear — and radical as hell.

Unfortunately for New York, he is just one of many candidates lurching to the far left. Like leftovers from Occupy Wall Street rabble, the candidates spell big trouble for Gotham.

The most surprising thing about the race to succeed Michael Bloomberg is the scramble among Democrats to plant their flags on liberalism’s wackiest wings. As Liu demonstrates, it’s a toxic brew of class warfare and socialist impulses unfazed by facts and good sense.

On the surface, the radical turn is surprising because the primary was expected to be a battle for the support of government unions. But with competition stiff there, the candidates are trying to distinguish themselves by moving further and further left on other topics.

There is also another dimension to the leftward lurch — TRICKLE-DOWN RADICALISM.

President Obama won his second term with a borrow, tax-and-spend, class-warfare approach. He got 81% of the city vote, against only 18% for Mitt Romney, reportedly the most lopsided margin in more than 100 years.

Similarly, Gov. Cuomo, who took office in 2011 promising to reduce the state tax and regulatory burden, also has veered left as he gears up for re-election next year and for a presidential run in 2016. Instead of tax cuts, he now touts New York as the nation’s most progressive state, which marks a switch of about 180 degrees.

With proof that radicalism sells, it was inevitable that city Dems would feel emboldened to test how far left is too far. As of now, there doesn’t seem to be a limit.

So, while they still kowtow to labor, the race is mostly about who has the most aggressive “SOCIAL JUSTICE” agenda. It includes “COME-AND-GET-IT” POLICIES ON FOOD STAMPS AND SHELTER, and free food for all in schools. Glib talk of making New York “affordable” is code for greater subsidies for some & tax hikes for others.

Most strikingly, Christine Quinn, the front-runner, proposed sweeping powers for a new inspector general in the Police Department. Indeed, ATTACKS ON THE NYPD ARE PART OF THE DEMOCRATIC CATECHISM. Given the city’s remarkable record of crime prevention and a reduction in incarceration rates, it is shocking how cops have become punching bags. Consider the antics of an aide to Public Advocate Bill de Blasio.

The Post caught Kicy Motley, the volunteer director of de Blasio’s campaign, tweeting “F--k. The. Police” and calling America a “racist, imperialist country.” The only cop she praised was Chris Dorner, a murderous ex-LAPD officer killed in a shootout. Her punishment? A scolding by the candidate and a ban on using social media. Tsk, tsk.

IT DOESN’T MATTER THAT THE MURDER RATE IN NYC IS GOING DOWN, unlike other Democrat laden cities.

...the city might actually elect a mayor who doesn’t understand or appreciate the necessity to fight crime.

Wake up, New York. It’s time to panic.'

Goodwin: Democrat mayoral candidates’ radical anti-crime agenda - NYPOST.com http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/it_time_fo...
Jane Says

New York, NY

#880492 Mar 27, 2013
dem wrote:
<quoted text>
He's not a citizen.
He's here on a work visa from Dumbfuckistan.
just in time for Obama to turn the United States of America into Dependentstan.
dem

United States

#880493 Mar 27, 2013
Jane Says wrote:
<quoted text>no thanks basement dweller. your mom's upstairs waiting for hers. you're late.
So that's a definite maybe then?

“Plays well with others.”

Since: Jun 07

LIVING WELL*THE BEST REVENGE

#880494 Mar 27, 2013
SCOTUS TWO DAYS IN A ROW! Hope that they get it right this time.
Aphelion

Melbourne, FL

#880496 Mar 27, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> Sorry for not making it more clear for Flack Daddy! It just shows the inequality & contrast of black & white, so you really have no right to speak about a side of the fence in which you don't stand. How can you say what we should be doing when don't go thru what we go thru? Your ignorant!
Waaaa ... more of the man keeping you down. You are a hopeless loser. Take credit for your many failures instead of attempting to blame others for your shortcoming.

But then we have already determined that thinking and responsibility is not your strong suit.
brown eyes

Roanoke, VA

#880497 Mar 27, 2013
Thank God the Bush era is gone and we get President Obama for four more years. Bush sure left a mess. Bush was the worst President in US History.
Aphelion

Melbourne, FL

#880498 Mar 27, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> Hey numb nuts. The link you posted only proved my point! The disparity between crack cocaine & powder cocaine use to be 100 to 1 & still stands at an 18 to 1 disparity. I guess 18 to 1 is equal in your eyes, stupid! The whole premise is backward. There should be a more steep penalty for cocaine powder giving the fact you can't make crack without having the powder first. As it stands, thus country is not curing the problem, they're treating a gaping wound with a Band Aid. Another one quick to passes judgment, but has a problem thinking before talking!
Ahhh ... drugs ... finally a subject that you are an expert in.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#880499 Mar 27, 2013
4.1 magnitude quake shakes El Hierro, in Canary Islands

Uh Oh
Jane Says

New York, NY

#880500 Mar 27, 2013
dem wrote:
<quoted text>
So that's a definite maybe then?
aren't your little sisters off from school? although, i'm sure they aren't THAT little with diabesity so prevalent in your culture. your mom will be jealous this week, but at least she'll have more time to watch her "stories" or Springer.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#880501 Mar 27, 2013
Another 60+ old white guy gone kerrrazzy with a gun:(where's Eed?)

TACOMA, Wash.(AP)— A 67-year-old man accused of firing shots at homes in his northeast Tacoma neighborhood was arrested Tuesday night after an hours-long standoff with SWAT officers, authorities said.

No one were injured in the gunfire late Tuesday afternoon.

Mike McBee surrendered after being assured his two dogs would be cared for, Pierce County sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer said.

"He had his own two dogs in there and a neighbor's dog he kidnapped. That dog's back and OK," Troyer said.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/27/taco...

(why didn't the police kill him?)
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#880502 Mar 27, 2013
dem wrote:
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Hi Jane.
Want a facial?
LOL
Homer 2016

Bethlehem, PA

#880503 Mar 27, 2013
flack wrote:
4.1 magnitude quake shakes El Hierro, in Canary Islands
Uh Oh
Is there anything that doesn't scare you? I do not know how you go through life living in such fear.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#880504 Mar 27, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> Hey numb nuts. The link you posted only proved my point! The disparity between crack cocaine & powder cocaine use to be 100 to 1 & still stands at an 18 to 1 disparity. I guess 18 to 1 is equal in your eyes, stupid! The whole premise is backward. There should be a more steep penalty for cocaine powder giving the fact you can't make crack without having the powder first. As it stands, thus country is not curing the problem, they're treating a gaping wound with a Band Aid. Another one quick to passes judgment, but has a problem thinking before talking!
Thank Reagan for crack that paid for arms; what a legacy
carol

Orlando, FL

#880506 Mar 27, 2013
brown eyes wrote:
Thank God the Bush era is gone and we get President Obama for four more years. Bush sure left a mess. Bush was the worst President in US History.
Why do you say that? Give me three reasons. I'm confident those assumptions can be discredited and Bush was not the one to blame.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#880507 Mar 27, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text> Sorry for not making it more clear for Flack Daddy! It just shows the inequality & contrast of black & white, so you really have no right to speak about a side of the fence in which you don't stand. How can you say what we should be doing when don't go thru what we go thru? Your ignorant!
Flack thought it was justified for that man to shoot that teenager to death for playing loud music in a parking lot. Just sayin;
Jane Says

New York, NY

#880508 Mar 27, 2013
Here’s one of the NYC professional panhandlers that Looney Lily accuses me of stalking or kicking or whatever. Do you think he’s a Republican or a Democrat?, or he voted for Romney? Actually, maybe this is Lily’s husband and she's ALWAYS on Topix, because he commutes from FL during the week and also finds time to be one of Leonsanna’s many babies daddies.

“He’s done it 10-plus years. He can make 1,000 bucks a day” even though “he’s got 30 pairs of shoes at home,” he said.

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/...

‘Give him the boot
March 27, 2013

So it now turns out that Jeffrey Hillman, the barefoot beggar who famously received a free pair of boots from a big-hearted police officer, not only has an apartment but pockets as much as several hundred dollars a day while pretending to be homeless.

Hillman freely admitted as much to a team of Post reporters who followed him home on the subway Sunday — and then watched as he calmly counted a huge wad of bills. Not to mention that he seems to be the Imelda Marcos of the streets, with at least 30 pairs of shoes and boots.

Most New Yorkers will doubtless be disappointed to learn that the inspiring tale of a police officer’s kindness to a man in distress would have such a cynical denouement. Few, however, will be surprised. Even so, there is a moral to this story that is especially timely.

New York is a generous city, at both the individual and government level. In addition to private charity, those in need can count on a whole raft of services, from shelter to food to rent subsidies and Medicaid. Our guess is that most New Yorkers are more than willing to pay so long as their dollars go to help people truly in distress.

Hillman reminds us how easy it is to exploit generosity. His scam seems to have been directed at passers-by who take pity on a man who goes about Midtown pretending to be barefoot, poor and homeless. His example reminds us why it is important for the city to ensure that its own assistance is not exploited by those who don’t need it.

For in addition to the needy, New York also has a whole class of politicians and activists quick to denounce City Hall as cruel and heartless (and to sue) whenever it takes reasonable measures to weed out the deserving from the undeserving.

When the NYPD’s Larry DePrimo bought those now-famous boots, he represented the best of this city. People such as Jeffrey Hillman remind us that when the greedy take advantage, there’s more cynicism about giving — and less help to go around for those truly in need.

Supposedly homeless recipient of boots from NYPD cop has an apartment, after all — EDITORIAL - NYPOST.com http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/editoria...

your average DemocRAT--like Looney Lily--would defend the con artist and criticize the cops.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#880509 Mar 27, 2013
Homer 2016 wrote:
<quoted text>Is there anything that doesn't scare you? I do not know how you go through life living in such fear.
Flack lives in El Hierro now? Hey, it was 40 degrees in Florida this morning; can you keep your coldness to yourselves?
NJ raider 1

Paterson, NJ

#880510 Mar 27, 2013
No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>NJ raider has finally discovered what's wrong with his deranged brain: On the left side there is nothing right, on the right side there is nothing left but ghetto..
You strange your puny little brain with that 1 huh!
Jane Says

New York, NY

#880511 Mar 27, 2013
brown eyes wrote:
Thank God the Bush era is gone and we get President Obama for four more years. Bush sure left a mess. Bush was the worst President in US History.
Obama's legacy will be the end of the quality health care coverage you used to enjoy, record debt (more than Bush and ALL the previous presidents combined), most golf playing and most family vacations on separate planes because the Obama's CARE about the average citizen. LOL.

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