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
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#942334 Jul 11, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
This Kilmeade is a total moran; I hope the father sues him for throwing that basketball at the boys face:
I don’t believe it,” the Fox News host shrugged as the Titus wailed.
Following a commercial break, Kilmeade defended himself to a fellow host.
“Do you really feel that I was at fault there or should have Titus had his hands up?” he asked.
(He's more concerned about himself than about the child who has been hit in the face; let someone throw a basketball in this creeps face and see how he likes it, stupid idiot republican foxcreep)
It's the culture over there at Fox News, they tell their people to lie and spin and eventually they are going to bring this sickness into their daily lives. Note how he blames the victim.

Here comes Aunt Batty rushing to his defense.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#942335 Jul 11, 2013
Wegman's, a high-end Rochester-based grocer that has been continually lauded for providing health insurance to its part-time workers will no longer offer that benefit.

Until recently, the company voluntarily offered health insurance to employees who worked 20 hours per week or more. Companies are required by law to offer health insurance only to full-time employees who work 30 hours or more per week.

Several Wegmans employees confirmed part-time health benefits had been cut and said the company said the decision was related to changes brought about by the Affordable Care Act.

However, part-time employees may actually benefit from Wegmans’ decision, according to Brian Murphy, a partner at Lawley Benefits Group, an insurance brokerage firm in Buffalo.

“If you have an employee that qualifies for subsidized coverage, they might be better off going with that than a limited part-time benefit,” Murphy said.

That’s because subsidized coverage can have a lower out-of-pocket cost for the insured employee while also providing better benefits than an employer-paid plan.

Under the Affordable Care Act, part-time employees are not eligible for health insurance subsidies if their employer offers insurance.

“It’s a win-win. The employee gets subsidized coverage, and the employer gets to lower costs,” Murphy said.

“As a private company, we don’t share specifics of our employee benefits programs. It’s a given that health care reform will result in some changes to our benefits program, but it will not change our commitment to meeting the needs of our employees,” Wegmans said in a statement.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#942336 Jul 11, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
And God bless Rand Paul for doing and saying exactly what I've been waiting for anyone to say about this president thinking he's above the law on Greta last night.
It was like a comforting light shining in the empty blackness of what was starting to seem like utter complacency.
Rand Paul should say what he said last night every single night on every single news outlet until it finally sinks in.
This president clearly and without reservation makes executive decisions outside the confines of power as outlined in the Constitution and by repeatedly doing so believes he is above the law.
If impeachment and/or resignation is not yet in the cards - just speaking up will do - preferably by others joining Rand Paul - the only voice crying in the wilderness so far.
You get crazier by the day, you old bat.

Still no comment on your heor O'Reilly's suppport for th eSenate Immigration Bill.

Very telling, you Paula Deen style racist.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#942337 Jul 11, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
Your ignorance is astounding
Your utter complacency is much more astounding.

In your case, ignorance could be overcome with extremely focused and concentrated education.

But complacency is just giving up, rolling over and playing dead. And no amount of education can make you get up off the ground.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#942338 Jul 11, 2013
proud2bwhite wrote:
<quoted text> people capable of thinking strongly believe you're a blithering idiot. What race is zimmerman, dumbass?
Whites aren't proud to have racist idiots like you among us.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#942339 Jul 11, 2013
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
First your whole premise is flawed...Who was pursueing who. Who saw him punch Zimmerman in the nose????WHO? Who saw Trevon pursuing Zimmerman...WHO. Who saw him Smashing his head...WHO....I thought so...Your imagination coupled with what you wish were true. And that's a fact Jack.
Well, no one really knows that so it will be hard to decide that the state proved their case beyond a reasonable doubt. The state allowed Zimmermans version and video to be told in court; a big mistake in my opinion.
OBAMA the GENIUS

Raleigh, NC

#942340 Jul 11, 2013
Hey byytch!

Or

Just challenge it in the courts?

Impeach? For what?

BEING A BLACK PRESIDENT?

He has administrative powers and executive powers.

Republicans know they will lose in court.

So bash and bs on Tv instead?

Gutless wonder! <------ hey byytch! That's YOU!

......
LoisLane59 wrote:
And God bless Rand Paul for doing and saying exactly what I've been waiting for anyone to say about this president thinking he's above the law on Greta last night.
It was like a comforting light shining in the empty blackness of what was starting to seem like utter complacency.
Rand Paul should say what he said last night every single night on every single news outlet until it finally sinks in.
This president clearly and without reservation makes executive decisions outside the confines of power as outlined in the Constitution and by repeatedly doing so believes he is above the law.
If impeachment and/or resignation is not yet in the cards - just speaking up will do - preferably by others joining Rand Paul - the only voice crying in the wilderness so far.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#942341 Jul 11, 2013
obama_the_penius wrote:
<quoted text>
Drunk at 10:26 in the morning!
Seek help!
So why are you drunk at 10:26 in the morning??

You really do need to seek help, sockpuppet.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#942342 Jul 11, 2013
Emoron wrote:
<quoted text>
Now we're getting somewhere! You finally admit that there are plenty of jobs, the problem is that your Republican friends are illegally giving them to illegal aliens.
I also agree that the educational system here in America has failed you.
I'm not sure what your obsession with homosexuality has to do with this. Are you fighting some internal demons?
Easily solved by just declining to hire anyone who even remotely presents the possibility of being an illegal alien.

Problem solved.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#942343 Jul 11, 2013
God bless Rand Paul for doing and saying exactly what I've been waiting for anyone to say about this president thinking he's above the law last night.

It was like a comforting light shining in the empty blackness of what was starting to seem like utter complacency.

It has to be said often with complete clarity.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#942344 Jul 11, 2013
A Saudi Arabian princess was arrested Wednesday and charged with human trafficking in Santa Ana, California for allegedly holding up to five women against their will and forcing them to work for several families in an Orange County condominium complex. According to CBS News, police arrested 42-year-old Meshael Alayban, one of the six wives of Saudi Prince Abdulrahman bin Nasser bin Abdulaziz al Saud, and charged her with one count of human trafficking, a charge that could send her to prison for up to 12 years if convicted

Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said that Alayban was arrested after a 30-year-old Kenyan woman contacted police saying that she was a victim of human trafficking. The woman, carrying a suitcase, flagged down a bus in Santa Ana on Tuesday night. She told the driver and fellow passengers that she was trying to escape a situation where she was being held against her will. The passengers urged her to contact police.

The woman said that she had been hired in Kenya in 2012 to work for Alayban’s family. When she arrived in Saudi Arabia, she was stripped off her passport and forced to work more than double the amount of hours she agreed to for less than half the money.

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/07/11/saudi-p...

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#942345 Jul 11, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
<quoted text>
President Ronald Reagan must be spinning in his grave a the clowns running the republican party into the ground.
Chance are they won't listen to President Bush and will follow the elite media talking heads.
Today's Republican Party make the Republican Party of Reagan as Left Wingers which even Bob Dole has said the Republican Party during Reagan is nothing like the Republican Party of today.
Jane Says

New York, NY

#942346 Jul 11, 2013
Pay Attention to Egypt

Overseas the Arab Spring is turning into the Arab Nightmare that everyone BUT the Obama administration always saw coming.

At home the Obama Crew is fighting to socialize all of America's health care system, strangling the energy industry with new emissions regulations, and being exposed for ordering federal employees to spy on each other.

And what do our mainstream media think is the most important issue of the day?

The minute-by-minute play-by-play of the Zimmerman trial.

Yes sir, America.

Don't worry your little heads about the coming chaos in the Middle East. Or how the Obama administration's neutral position in the Egyptian coup is going to make it a virtual certainty Egypt will explode into a long and bloody religious civil war.

Don't worry about revelations that the federal government has been merrily intercepting our email, scanning the envelopes of our snail mail, and collecting communications data traveling on our undersea cables.

AND DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE WEEKLY SLAUGHTER OF DOZENS OF YOUNG BLACKS BY OTHER YOUNG BLACKS IN THE STREETS OF CHICAGO.

What the TV media think is really important to all of us is whether "white Hispanic" George Zimmerman killed a young black kid in self defense, as he says he did, or whether Zimmerman stalked and shot Trayvon Martin because he's a racist creep and a wanna-be cop.

IT DOESN'T MATTER TO THE TV MEDIA WHAT THE EVIDENCE IS. It doesn't even matter to them whether Zimmerman is guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter or nothing at all.

THE TV MEDIA FOUND THE PERFECT WHITE-ON-BLACK CRIME TO EXPLOIT, and it exploited it to the max, stirring up racial passions and getting the ratings they wanted.

Of course, the TV media -- which have exaggerated the case far beyond its social or political importance -- are saying they sure hope an innocent verdict for Zimmerman doesn't create riots in the streets.

Yeah, right.

If riots come, you can bet the TV media will be on hand en masse to fan the flames -- and spike their ratings -- as long as they can.

The Zimmerman trial has been covered to death by TV, but there's little about the trial that's important to us in the long run.

It's a tragic -- and rare -- case that has been cynically milked and exploited by TV and professional race-baiters such as Al Sharpton.

What's important is what's happening in Egypt.
LCN Llin

United States

#942347 Jul 11, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
"He forgets his place"???? He's the President of the United States you moran.......
Funny.
Posts have being going off the edge of the Republican Party position to "la la land".
Waxman

Phoenix, AZ

#942348 Jul 11, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
There's a friendly rivalry between Stuart and O'Reilly, and I've watched the Daily Show myself when he makes fun of O'Reilly. There's a satirical bias in those clips and they aren't always on target.
It would be easy for a conservative satirist to show the hypocrisy and lies in the main stream media and this administration even without bias. But that would be the news and not comedy.
Keep in mind you're watching a liberal comedy show. Only liberals think it's news. Conservatives have more sense. There's far too much at stake to waste time laughing and making fun of the liberal media who never take anything seriously.
Don't sugar coat the truth, or you might eat it.
proud2bwhite

Kansas City, MO

#942349 Jul 11, 2013
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
Because he is ten times better than the two morons that created all of the messes we are now living...Only a dummy like you filled with hatred for a black man cannot see that. if Obama had an ounce of support from the worst Congress in our history we would be far better off. Only a dummy cannot figure that one out.
ghost you're nothing more than a racist ignorant old liar. You've shown that from your very first post. Truth is you can't answer the question because you care about nothing except the fact that obama is black,that's even flawed. You haven't ever given any thought of you're own only repeating what you've been told to repeat. You defend the treasonous bastard in every way you can with any lie you can muster only because of the skin he wears reguardless that he supports most everything you cry about.
Damm you're a pathetic little man . By the way. Where's the book, how's the pro ball player going for you,was it namm or ww2 that you were a comanding officer in,how's the supermodels and vagas show girls you're dateing ? You're a fool and a liar, everyone on here knows it.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#942350 Jul 11, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
He forgets his place. Narcissists and radicals often do.
It's not his place to comment on whether the "cops were wrong" or Trayvon would "look just like him" without knowing any of the facts beforehand. His opinions don't matter nor are they welcomed when it involves racially charged elements in the local news.
He does this because he doesn't know any better and to intentionally create derisiveness. He makes himself look foolish interjecting on local matters, especially racial matters, which Presidents don't and shouldn't put themselves right in the middle of - whether black, white or both.
It emphasizes his inexperience and spotlights his inability to remove himself from anything that doesn't promote his own bias.
If we had a President of the United States and Commander-in-Chief who knew better, we'd have a credible POTUS and CIC who would be more concerned about the state of the union instead of a phony, self-centered, radical liberal who doesn't know when to keep his mouth shut instead.
He's the President of the united States, you old bat!!

As such, he can and should comment on any matter he chooses.

Funny you didn't complain when Bush did it!!

BTW, Bush is all for the Senate Immigration Bill, just like O'Reilly.

That's two of your heroes, yet your inbred Paula Deen racism can't bear it!!
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#942351 Jul 11, 2013
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly claimed on his show Wednesday that abortion regulations are so lax in Texas that some women get abortions because they’ve sprained a hand.

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/07/11/oreilly...
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#942352 Jul 11, 2013
lily boca raton fl wrote:
<quoted text>
Svetlana mutiliated her vagina so she doesn't have to fk you.
That was harsh, probably true but nevertheless harsh.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#942353 Jul 11, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
And God bless Rand Paul for doing and saying exactly what I've been waiting for anyone to say about this president thinking he's above the law on Greta last night.
It was like a comforting light shining in the empty blackness of what was starting to seem like utter complacency.
Rand Paul should say what he said last night every single night on every single news outlet until it finally sinks in.
This president clearly and without reservation makes executive decisions outside the confines of power as outlined in the Constitution and by repeatedly doing so believes he is above the law.
If impeachment and/or resignation is not yet in the cards - just speaking up will do - preferably by others joining Rand Paul - the only voice crying in the wilderness so far.
Funny how cons continue to make those claims....

... and that's all they offer.

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