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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John Galt wrote:
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So, Obama will send US planes to be shot down by Russian missiles.
Sounds like a plan.
Talk yo you buddies Graham & McCain. They are the ones pushing it.
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Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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What's really funny is there were people like you singing and dancing in the streets in 1928 too.
Who was even talking about the CRA?
So I ask... what were you talking about?
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Jane Says wrote:
better late than never waking up
Big Shift: Jon Stewart Destroys 'Know-Nothing' Obama
Click here: Video: Big Shift: Jon Stewart Destroys 'Know-Nothing' Obama
http://www.americanthinker.com/video/2013/05/...
can you imagine if Richard Nixon had said over and over, i didnt' know anything, i only just heard it on TV.
Just keep in mind that Stewie Leibowitz is nothing more than a comedian, no matter who he is ridiculing.

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Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
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What are you? A glutton for punishment?
I'm a good governance geek ,so beware .

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Buroc Millhouse Obama wrote:
Our top law enforcement official and leader of the "Justice" Department, Eric Holdout has been caught lying in a chilling totalitarian subversion of the free press.
He denied having any knowledge and now we find out not only did he know about it, he signed the warrant!
Democrats look the other way. Eric Withholder belongs in jail for lying to Congress. If it's good enough for Scooter Libby, it's good enough for Eric Blowhard.
Yep, he most certainly did.

Now he's becoming a noose around this president's neck.

And we still have two of his top advisors who haven't testified yet, both knowing about the IRS targeting and it being well-documented long before the president feigned innocence.

It hasn't even gotten interesting yet.
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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>I do doubt the results, all their polls are skewed, it's Rasmussen for cryin' out loud. No I don't buy any warranties.
But you do, in effect, when you purchase a pre-paid medical plan like Obamacare.

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John Galt wrote:
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Without insurance, government or private, there would be far less work required. The doctor could focus on medicine.
Galt does not use the self checkout at the grocery store, but would do so if they offered a discount.
Galt is lazy and wants slave man-servants like the Pasha of old Siam.

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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Doctors have all that staff because they are arrogant and lazy. But sounds like a plan, fire them all and let the doctor do all the work, I'm sure that will be good for jobs/economy. You probably only use the self checkout at the grocery in hopes they'll fire all the cashiers. Don't worry it will happen soon enough.
Coming to a WalMart and other retailers near you! There is an app about to appear for your smart phone that allows you to scan your purchases as you put the in the buggy. Whet you get up to the register you simply place your phone against it and it reads your items, tells you the amount, and checks for any items not scanned. No need to unload the cart. Just pay and go.

Speaking of. I need to go buy a few items.
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> I'd bet money he does.
Realtime will tell us that car warranties are great....because the car dealer makes more profit on the warranty than on the car.
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RealDave wrote:
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Home values had nothing to do with redlining.
Homes in redlined areas are bad risks.
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Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>So I ask... what were you talking about?
It's over your head, son.

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Lincoln wrote:
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Long term problems for republicans
GOP’s problems with Latinos could get much, much worse
By Jamelle Bouie, Published: May 14, 2013 at 11:43 amE-mail the writer
Given the current scandal-mania, it’s no surprise this went under the radar, but in Florida, the GOP’s state director of Hispanic outreach, Pablo Pantoja, has resigned his position, left the Republican Party, and changed his party identification to “Democrat.”
His reasoning is straightforward: For all the focus on outreach to Latino communities, Pantoja believes that there is a “culture of intolerance surrounding the Republican Party.” In a letter, he cites the recent revelations surrounding Jason Richwine, a former scholar at the Heritage Foundation, and his ideas on race and intelligence.“Although the organization distanced themselves from those assertions,” writes Pantoja,“other immigration-related research is still padded with the same racist and eugenics-based innuendo.”
And then there’s also all the GOP rhetoric about immigration. It’s not hard to find examples of prominent Republicans using racially-loaded terms like “anchor babies” and “illegals” to describe unauthorized Latino immigrants and their children. Indeed, the Republican presidential primaries were soaked with derogatory rhetoric towards immigrants, and one candidate — Texas Governor Rick Perry — began his slide to defeat after he expressed sympathy for the children of unauthorized immigrants.
Pantoja’s departure from the Republican Party is instructive. Not only does it illustrate the dynamic of the last four years — where Latino voters responded to negative Republican rhetoric by going further into the Democratic camp — but the potential dynamic of the next decade. As Greg noted earlier this morning, conservative Republicans in the Senate are preparing to introduce a variety of “poison pill” amendments to the immigration bill — which is happening right now as we speak — designed to make the package unpalatable to supporters. Likewise, House Republicans have yet to offer their support to a comprehensive bill.
The combination of right-wing rhetoric and figures like Jason Richwine have created the perception of racialized opposition to immigration reform, where attempts to kill the legislation stem from anti-Hispanic bigotry. If the immigration bill fails, it could damage the GOP’s relationship with Hispanic voters even further for another generation. Which means — for Republican supporters — that it has to pass. There’s no other option.
The good news is that a bill is still possible, as key Republicans like Marco Rubio remain behind the proposal. But they still need to break through right-wing opposition, and so far, it’s hard to see that happening.
A whole lot can happen - and change - in three years. Maybe even sooner when everyone knows the failed coup that's unraveling before our eyes.

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Jane Says wrote:
better late than never waking up
Big Shift: Jon Stewart Destroys 'Know-Nothing' Obama
Click here: Video: Big Shift: Jon Stewart Destroys 'Know-Nothing' Obama
http://www.americanthinker.com/video/2013/05/...
can you imagine if Richard Nixon had said over and over, i didnt' know anything, i only just heard it on TV.
Bush43 and Reagan had already said that many many times when real crises faced the nation.
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RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>Talk yo you buddies Graham & McCain. They are the ones pushing it.
Why are you so clueless?

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John Galt wrote:
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The bureaucracy is not a person or a building, just a corrupt ideology.
Wait. Did you just say bureaucracy is an ideology?? Are you really that stupid that you don't know the meaning of either word??

Of course you are. You're Nobraina, from Centralia, PA.

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a. Administration of a government chiefly through bureaus or departments staffed with nonelected officials.
b. The departments and their officials as a group: promised to reorganize the federal bureaucracy.
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a. Management or administration marked by hierarchical authority among numerous offices and by fixed procedures: The new department head did not know much about bureaucracy.
b. The administrative structure of a large or complex organization: a midlevel manager in a corporate bureaucracy.
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1. The body of ideas reflecting the social needs and aspirations of an individual, group, class, or culture.
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Thanks for proving again what a complete moron you are.
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Jane Says wrote:
<quoted text>you must be confusing me with your wifey while you are on topix 24/7
Nuk is a she

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Nuculur option wrote:
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Nobraina displays his "I hate everyone" personality.
McCain is a Republican. Tough shit for you.
IS there anything about America that you don't hate??
You lie about your location and claim Californians are smarter than other Americans, while you sit in a Nursing Home in PA.
CA is a deeply Democratic State. Which further proves your insanity.
You just come here to say stupid things.
And you really succeed at that, coal man.
You have probably never heard of the town of al-Duvair near Homs Syria. Like parts of Syria, al-Duvair was dominated by Christians, until the Free Syrian Army, the group John McCain wants America to support with our tax dollars, moved in.
They massacred men, women and children. Why? Because, they were Christians.
This is not the first war crimes committed by the Free Syrian Army. The have committed massacres, destroyed churches and communities. They are radical Islamists. They have said they intend to impose Sharia law on Syria. They have pledged loyalty to Al-Qaeda. Christians are being massacred by the very Syrian Free Army that has pledged allegiance to Al Qaeda John McCain supports and Barack Obama is helping to supply.

McCain is just another Democrat wearing a RINO costume. And, now, he's meeting with Al Qaeda and planning to give them arms.

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DBWriter wrote:
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Perhaps you can explain the concept of redlining, why banks used it, and why it coincidentally coincided with racial boundaries.
In other words, why did all the people who never paid their bills and drove down real estate value live in black neighborhoods?
Banks don't care what color you are. They only care if you pay your goddam bills on time. The only color they see is green.
Perhaps if you wouldn't burn down your own goddam neighborhood so goddam often, you might get a real bank to make a loan in there.
Maybe if there were fewer drive-by shootings and you didn't stack the bullet-riddled corpses to the rafters in the morgues every goddam weekend, you might get a real bank to make some loans in your neighborhood.
Maybe if you became civilized, you might reap the benefits of civilization.
A Tea Party idiot defending racial discrimination. No shock there.

Banks should look at individuals, not where they live or the color of their skin.

Banks lost in court. Redlining was deemed racist.

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OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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Hey byytch!
You love the givermint Bush did, or give to the richest and borrow TRILLIONS!
Hands billionaires millions AND borrows Trillions to pay the gov bills.
Tanks the economy, millions and millions of jobs lost.
And you defend these Republican disgusting liar POS idiots?
Hey byytch!
Your magic undies wearing God on Uranus worshipping greedy low down $50 million dollar temple hoarding greedy greedy greedy greedy..........
Funds contributed in the United States to a 501(c)3 foundation run by President Obama’s older half-brother, Abongo “Roy” Malik Obama, have been diverted to support Malik’s multiple wives (12) in Kenya. Is this indicative of a liberal 501c3? After all it is O'bama brother...what a family of liberal wackoes. And this moron isn't even a citizen. But his 501c3 was back-dated. Isn't that illegal? nooooooooo. O'bama bro.
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> Coming to a WalMart and other retailers near you! There is an app about to appear for your smart phone that allows you to scan your purchases as you put the in the buggy. Whet you get up to the register you simply place your phone against it and it reads your items, tells you the amount, and checks for any items not scanned. No need to unload the cart. Just pay and go.
Speaking of. I need to go buy a few items.
Don't forget to check the labels for ingredients, well if they have any labels that is...

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