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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Carol is one of those who claim everything on the internet is true.

She knows this because she read on the internet.

She also believes everything on TV or utube is true!!

Our pretend teacher is a riot!!

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<quoted text>And yet you cling to the bullshit that is rightwing philosophy. Homer is amused by this.
Homer is amused by watching houseflies dance on his Stub for hours in the bathtub, too.

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carol wrote:
Meanwhile, I'm terribly constipated today.
Put a gun to your ear and fire.

That should clean it out.

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You mean those things most of us paid in advance for? Give me the option to opt out, please.
Forced to pay with no option. It was a money grab by the libtards. It was never meant to be what it has become today. We were supposed to still be dying at 65 or so. But science ruined their little scheme. They know if they try to raise it to 75 or so the scam will be reveled. So they will 'oversee' the 401(k) and IRA accounts to protect them from greedy banks and Wall Street. Do realize how much they would be able to borrow if they ever got their hands on that $19.5 trillion? After they spent it and replaced it with IOU's of course.
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> Now and in the near future it will do far more than that. It actually shouldn't be called a phone anymore. More like a tricorder. You know there is a stove/oven on the market that acts like a freezer. You take whatever it is you want to cook the next day and put it in the oven, still frozen. You then program what time you want to defrost and then cook at what temperature and time. The oven then defrosts and cooks per your orders. If you are running late you call the oven and lower the cooking temperature to extend the cooking time. This world is about to change rapidly. I have been saying this for a while now.
Or... you could leave it on the counter or in the refrigerator or defrost it in the Microwave and then punch in the cook time on the stove and do the same thing, right? Skip the major appliance stories and get me a world where every year there are a billion fewer people in it. I'll tell you when to stop, check back frequently.

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You don't pay in advance for any of it.

It's been proven that the average Medicare client will colllect hundreds of times more in benefits than they paid in.

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"Thanks to research from the Urban Institute, we know that almost all income and demographic groups experience high ratios of lifetime benefits to taxes paid in inflation-adjusted terms. These totals range from 225 percent for single men born in 1960 earning $110,100 annually, to over 2,500 percent for a married couple averaging $20,000 in annual income over 43 years (in 2012 dollars), and higher ratios for even lower earners."

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You mean those things most of us paid in advance for? Give me the option to opt out, please.
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carol wrote:
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Yes, dear, everything's going to explode when the Canaries sink into the ocean and the big wave washes over us killing all the black people but sparing all the good white people who had the good sense to prepare waterproof underground shelters with a 2 year supply of food and dental equipment. We know.
That’s right when the SM explodes the Liberals will blame the’ Sequester/Republicans’ Oh wait, why not George!! Right!!

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I must repeat this.
With jobless claims rising and the Federal Reserve saying it will continue to pump $85 billion of purchases of mortgage and Treasury bonds to foster faster job growth, isn't anyone else concerned the federal government is the only thing keeping us afloat instead of revenues from job growth in the free market?
How can anything good come out of this if the problem itself is trying to fix the problem?
It's called "Pumping Up The Bubble".

Isn't it a pretty bubble?

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Carol only saw the documentary because it pre-empted her fav "Pawn Stars"

Another purely honest show from History Channnel, which has become the sewer of TV. Carol loves 'em all,'Pickers' is one of her most loved!!

HAHAHAHA
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Of course, there would be chaos surrounding the assassination of any president. But it was the chaos after Johnson was sworn in as the new president that was self-imposed by Robert Kennedy that was the most disturbing.
Johnson was scared to death Robert Kennedy was going to somehow undermine his place as the new president.
That in itself should tell you something about the Kennedy power and a misplaced sense of entitlement.
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carol wrote:
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If you scroll down to see the comments made about this blog, someone said this:
"So what your chart points out is that while Reagan made $132.7 billion in tax increases, he also made $275.3 billion in tax cuts, or a net reduction of $142.6 billion dollars over his 2 terms in office, and reduced the size of government excess during a period of time in which the country was in an economic recession, to successfully bring it back to become the longest and strongest economy in decades.
And you are comparing that achievement to Obama spending trillions in his first year in office. So your point is?"
That's my question too. Your point is?
well let's see if you're in touch with reality or not.

has the economy improved under Obama?

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Silly to accuse the Kennedy's of what the American Public did. The whole 'Camelot' thing and all were very popular with Americans.
The President is more than a bit like American Royalty. Americans seem to admire Royal Families. See Princess Diana and the new Princess Kate and see the headlines and gossip they generate
Far better than the ones who wished to be dictators:
"“If this were a dictatorship it would be a heck of a lot easier... as long as I'm the dictator. Hehehe.”
&#8213; George W. Bush
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Sorry, you lose yet again, Carol.
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You were obviously missing during most of recent American History.

Probably spent your time taking Wu Mao Dang Courses at your local NAACP Chapter.

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Rand Paul Endorses Mitch McConnell, Deals Blow To Potential Tea Party Challenge

"Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) endorsed the reelection campaign of fellow Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Wednesday, the Senate minority leader's campaign manager told the Daily Caller, in the latest sign of a crystallizing partnership between the two Republicans.

During his 2010 Senate campaign, Paul latched on to the tea party movement, repeatedly taking aim at McConnell and the Republican establishment. McConnell had initially supported Paul's primary opponent, former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson. While the Senate minority leader supported Paul after he won the contest, the son of former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) maintained that he'd be a persistent thorn in McConnell's side.

But Paul's endorsement shows that the freshman senator's political calculations have changed since coming to Washington. With Kentucky tea party leaders champing at the bit to take advantage of polling that has shown McConnell particularly vulnerable to a challenge this election cycle, Paul has decided to abandon the forces that helped propel him to victory."

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Rand Paul used the Teabaggers to get elected. Now he's becoming part of the establishment.

Teabaggers are such fools!!

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Or... you could leave it on the counter or in the refrigerator or defrost it in the Microwave and then punch in the cook time on the stove and do the same thing, right? Skip the major appliance stories and get me a world where every year there are a billion fewer people in it. I'll tell you when to stop, check back frequently.
You could if you were home moran on a stick! The point is doofus you put in in there so it is cooked when you get home from work the next day. Can;t call you a libtard because compared to you a libtard is a genius.
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<quoted text> Forced to pay with no option. It was a money grab by the libtards. It was never meant to be what it has become today. We were supposed to still be dying at 65 or so. But science ruined their little scheme. They know if they try to raise it to 75 or so the scam will be reveled. So they will 'oversee' the 401(k) and IRA accounts to protect them from greedy banks and Wall Street. Do realize how much they would be able to borrow if they ever got their hands on that $19.5 trillion? After they spent it and replaced it with IOU's of course.
Well, I for one see an opportunity here, Flack. Let's you an I start making a line of unfiltered cigarettes and rye whiskey for old people? You can only buy it once you're 60 (and have a valid picture ID,) and we'll make it this exclusive club sort of thing where we're only selling a limited number of memberships and you have to be recommended by someone! We're a cinch for an SBA loan and we can stop campaigning on the idiotic pretense of lowering the retirement age! I think I've had a brainstorm here!

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well let's see if you're in touch with reality or not.
has the economy improved under Obama?
If you want to call this improved. The fact is it probably would be better than this if Obama had done nothing.
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Carol only saw the documentary because it pre-empted her fav "Pawn Stars"
Another purely honest show from History Channnel, which has become the sewer of TV. Carol loves 'em all,'Pickers' is one of her most loved!!
HAHAHAHA
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You are insane.

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Even though seeing the actual footage of the fatal blow to President Kennedy's head and recalling the country's grief during that time was very sad, one couldn't come away from that History Channel documentary without feeling a certain amount of animosity towards Robert Kennedy and the "Kennedy people" who surrounded the Kennedys.
The History Channel doesn't lean right or left, but the "royal" attitude of the Kennedys was made very clear throughout the documentary.
As sad as it was for Jacqueline Kennedy who was the epitomy of grace and dignity, one couldn't come away from that documentary without remembering Kennedy's infamous womanizing and infedilty towards her either.
As the historical distance grows between now and the 'Camelot' Period, the Kennedy Family legacy is increasingly growing into The Great Fleecing.

Liberal Media created the Kennedy lies and those lies have become threadbare now where we can see through it all.

The list of Kennedy BS is shockingly long from the corrupt Daddy Kennedy to Chappaquiddick Kennedy to Jackie screwing anything that moved from Mafia playthings to him and little Bobby sharing Marilyn Monroe.

It is simply amazing just how powerful Liberal media can be. Look at the lies they tell today with the Boy Messiah. A generation from now, the 'Kennedy' Effect will come clear again and people will then ask once more "How did they fall for that crap back then?".

History repeats itself. With the Jerk-In-Chief, I can hear that repetition as a Liberal stutter.

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You can tell a robber by the hoddy, dummy.
My pitbull answers the doorbell for me when I'm not home.
I like pitbulls.

I've shot several of them in different towns, in more than one state, for their agressive behavior.

When the police arrive, they thank me.

Nice thing about pitbulls is that the police don't question you when you say the pitbull was attacking you.

Mostly, they just smile.

OTOH, I've a neighbor with a lovely pitbull that is all sweetness. If she ever acted agressively, I'd shoot her in a heartbeat.

Figures you'd be dumb enough to own a dangerous dog.
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<quoted text> Now and in the near future it will do far more than that. It actually shouldn't be called a phone anymore. More like a tricorder. You know there is a stove/oven on the market that acts like a freezer. You take whatever it is you want to cook the next day and put it in the oven, still frozen. You then program what time you want to defrost and then cook at what temperature and time. The oven then defrosts and cooks per your orders. If you are running late you call the oven and lower the cooking temperature to extend the cooking time. This world is about to change rapidly. I have been saying this for a while now.
It's called a Whirlpool Polara, I own one of the early models with accubake duo and accusimmer.

There are already appliances that can interact with smart phones but people don't really need that fancy expensive crap although I must say that baking is more enjoyable with really good oven.

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You're preaching to the choir, dear, we all already know that you people aren't really at home anywhere. For goodness sakes you put on makeup to use the john at the bus station!
Have you ever been to the White House, sweetie? It was intended to be pretty grand, and it sort of succeeded in an eighteenth century sort of way. But, frankly, as a house it's pretty timid and remarkably small. No real chance any modern leader might mistake himself or herself for a king or queen in these times.
Have you tried having your blood filtered?

There's one helluva lot of junk floating around in there, Dood.

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