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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Taliban Talks Could Depend on Detainees

These five prisoners at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, could be the key to whether the negotiations the United States has long sought with the Taliban are a success, or even take place. A Taliban spokesman in Qatar said Thursday that exchanging them for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, an American prisoner of war who has been held by militants since 2009, would be a way to “build bridges of confidence” to start broader peace talks.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/21/world/asia/...
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Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
Brazilians are now rioting in the streets over rising costs and inflation.
Apparently, theirs was one of the most stable economies in the world last year.
The Democrats socialism is wonderful, isn't it?

A couple of weeks ago, they were rioting in Europe/Sweden.
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Red State Sucker wrote:
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FOX sheep are misinformed, you are uninformed.
Look who's talking, zombie.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
Taliban Talks Could Depend on Detainees
These five prisoners at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, could be the key to whether the negotiations the United States has long sought with the Taliban are a success, or even take place. A Taliban spokesman in Qatar said Thursday that exchanging them for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, an American prisoner of war who has been held by militants since 2009, would be a way to “build bridges of confidence” to start broader peace talks.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/21/world/asia/...
Good Post

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Whatever wrote:
Farm programs and food stamps has grown about 70 percent in less than five years to an $80 billion/year program.
Due primarily to the recession.
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No Surprize wrote:
<quoted text>Morning RealDave...
Can't be Dumbass Dave.

Didn't say "slur" of "f*ck"
lily boca raton fl

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The Heat Delivers a Moment to Remember

The jump shot from LeBron James went into the net with 27.9 seconds left and, as soon as it did, he pumped his fist with a winner's look, a champion's look, as the noise you'd only heard once before shook AmericanAirlines Arena.

San Antonio's season was finally fading, and the Heat's star was rising, again, in this 95-88 win in Game 7 of the NBA Finals.

They won with LeBron scoring 37 points. They won with Dwyane Wade answering questions with 23 points. They won with Shane Battier making six 3-point shots — as many shots as he'd made in the previous six Finals games.

They won against a San Antonio team full of deserving Hall of Famers, who kept matching the Heat shot for shot Thursday night, moment for moment, until LeBron's jumper gave a four-point cushion.

They won.
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A whatever happened to ......

Keith Olberman has a job again this time as a baseball commentary.

Good luck to whomever hired him as he was fired in the past by two different sports channels.
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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Answer the question sonic--who else were they listening to besides O'bama? There were moslems involved. Calypso Louie comes to mind. He was supplying security with his moslem thugs to O'bama. Munir Muhammad was one of the Nation. Then you had all the Islamist heads in Chicago, O'bama was connected to them also. Mo Bro Hood. So exactly who were they listening to? Rev Wright? The only people the Bush administration was listening to were those connected to terrorists-this could be a break through on the O'bama-so who else?
i wonder how many of these folks were scary muslims?

Russ Tice, NSA insider states that the phones of judges, generals, high ranking officials were wiretapped by the NSA, which gives the NSA ability to blackmail such judges and officials

http://beforeitsnews.com/obama-birthplace-con...

no muslims. probably just the folks who didn't bow down to the Bush regime.

and that's not counting the non-muslim journalists who had their phones tapped.

Ex-analyst Tice: NSA spied on journalists

http://www.politico.com/blogs/michaelcalderon... #

so i guess Obama should be saying....SSDD.

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Whatever wrote:
Where did Dave go?
Still wanting his opinion on Ayers stating Obama should go to the Hague and face war crime charges.
Mr Ayers is entitled to his opinions. Note that he has said the same about every President since at least Carter.

“fairtax.org”

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RealDave wrote:
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The housing collapse started in 2006. the Great Recession started in 4th quarter of 2007.
I have asked many times - please list the legislation the Democrats passed in 2007 that created this recession.
I keep asking & dumbasses like you keep not answering.
Why is that?
The question has been answered many times. Just because you don't like the answer doesn't mean it hasn't been answered.
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RealDave wrote:
<quoted text> Yes, Republicans keep passing laws that give therm a tax advantage for doing so.
Corporations currently are not taxed on foreign made profits until they bring those profits back.
Thanks to your Republicans, Galt.
The US corporate tax rate is the highest in the world. Reduce the rate or suffer the consequences.

By the way, what do you think would happen if you decided to tax US corporations on foreign-made profits?
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Aunt Bettie Lou wrote:
Call me naive, but I don't understand how the entire civilized world is unable to collectively stop the atrocities in Syria.
And why they were unable to do the same in Rwanda and Darfur.
Isn't there enough military power collectively to put a quick and swift end to this kind of suffering?
What exactly is the purpose of the UN besides wringing their hands?
Are you saying you are in favor of the United States to get involved in a civil war in Syria? There is no such thing as a quick end to suffering; what would you suggest? Bombing them to smithereens? There are over a half million refugees in Lebanon from Syria; let the other Arab nations feed them. Russia, Iran and China are backing the President. Let them figure it out.
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Patriot wrote:
Obama Set to Kill U.S. Jobs Market with 30 Million Illegals
http://intellihub.com/2013/06/19/obama-set-to...
and the victims will all be black....

illegals work harder, work cheaper....

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John Galt wrote:
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Can't be Dumbass Dave.
Didn't say "slur" of "f*ck"
WTF are you complaining about now, Galt?
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Red State Sucker wrote:
Republicans abandon farmers rather than help feed poor children!
Farm bill goes down because Boener can't deliver a whopping 25% of House Republicans. Fanatics on the right are bringing down the GOP!
Farm subsidies and food stamps both need to go away.
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<quoted text>Food assistance. Here's a story for you. At 7 AM this morning there are blocks of blacks lining up to get food assistance that they supposedly lost in the flood, mind you they don't have to show any proof that they were flooded. Now do you think they are working? they will be standing in line all day. Last time there was a flood, there were people who didn't even live in the area that was flooded, some lived at high up as the 20th floor and yet others had no food in their house at the time. It is a disgrace what these people do. This is O'bama Nation-we deserve it.
Republican-Heavy Counties Eat Up Most Food-Stamp Growth

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-11-05/repu...

i'll bet most of those counties are all white.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
The Heat Delivers a Moment to Remember
The jump shot from LeBron James went into the net with 27.9 seconds left and, as soon as it did, he pumped his fist with a winner's look, a champion's look, as the noise you'd only heard once before shook AmericanAirlines Arena.
San Antonio's season was finally fading, and the Heat's star was rising, again, in this 95-88 win in Game 7 of the NBA Finals.
They won with LeBron scoring 37 points. They won with Dwyane Wade answering questions with 23 points. They won with Shane Battier making six 3-point shots — as many shots as he'd made in the previous six Finals games.
They won against a San Antonio team full of deserving Hall of Famers, who kept matching the Heat shot for shot Thursday night, moment for moment, until LeBron's jumper gave a four-point cushion.
They won.
Congrats to you and your Heat. FU Galt.
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sonicfilter wrote:
must be 'dumbass republican opens mouth, then has to resign' week.
Editorial: Good riddance to hate-spewing GOP county boss
It took a while, but Republican U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis of Illinois finally got it. When your political friends spew hate, you had better call it for what it is.
On Tuesday night a Davis supporter, Montgomery County Republican Party Chairman Jim Allen, fired off an astonishingly ugly email to a Web news editor about Erika Harold, the former Miss America who plans to run against Davis next year in the GOP primary in the 13th Congressional District.
....On Thursday, as the email got more attention around and outside Illinois, local and national Republican leaders slowly came to realize they had a problem. Allen resigned his local party post on Thursday afternoon, around the same time Illinois Republican Party Chairman Jack Dorgan and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus called for him to do so, almost a day and a half after the email surfaced.
Davis amped up his response to reporters Thursday, calling for Allen to step down and describing the comments as "inane and asinine" and "appalling and demeaning."
There's a longer list of adjectives for Allen's remarks, but we'll leave it at that.
If the Illinois GOP doesn't recognize the self-inflicted damage caused by partisans who disparage anyone who doesn't look or act like a traditional Republican, well, party officials won't have to scratch their heads as to why they keep losing elections.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/ed...
Did he resign?
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sonicfilter wrote:
The House’s rejection of the farm bill by a 195 to 234 vote on Thursday was a stunning defeat for Speaker John Boehner, who supported the legislation and brought it to the House floor for a vote. Mr. Boehner was unable to win support from 62 Republicans on the party’s conservative fringe, who cast no votes because they believed the $20.5 billion cut in the food stamps program did not go deep enough. Nearly all Democrats also voted no because that draconian cut would have eliminated food assistance for nearly two million people.
It appears some Democrats, who might have voted for the House bill, were repelled by a last-minute Republican amendment that added a punitive work requirement to food stamp eligibility rules. That came on top of an offensive amendment Republicans pushed through on Wednesday to authorize states to conduct drug testing of food stamp applicants, despite studies showing they are no more likely than nonbeneficiaries to be using drugs.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/21/opinion/col...
Anybody who considers work to be "punitive" deserves to starve.

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