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
Assassins Creed

Spring, TX

#956964 Jul 30, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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It's "SPV", and sometimes referred to as "SVO", dumbass.
And, you are so fucking wrong.
A "Special Purpose Vehicle" was specifically a company established in a foreign country for the mother company to "sell" the worthless mortgages to and get the individual mortgages off their books. Then the "Special Purpose Vehicle" would bundle these worthless mortgages into a traunch and "sell" it back to the mother company. The end result would be the mother company would have only the single traunch in their books instead of the individual worthless mortgages.
Now that you know what a "Special Purpose Vehicle" is, how about you explain to us how using them made it easy to have a fraudulent rating given to it so investors wouldn't know it was nothing more than a bunch of worthless CRA mortgages.
Then, you can explain to us why all questioning of Ben Bernanke immediately ceased when he uttered the words "Special Purpose Vehicle" when he was testifying before Barney Frank's committee.
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/spv.asp

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#956966 Jul 30, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
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Le us Know when President Bush will attend a republican convention.
As soon as Anthony Wiener, Huma's Wiener and Hillary's Wiener can appear on the same stage.

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#956967 Jul 30, 2013
RealDave wrote:
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It certainly is NOT heath insurance which is what I was talking about.
As for the other, I'm still laughing my ass off.
I still don't understand why you loony left wingers insist on lying when what you write is here forever

"Donal Trump and Warren Buffet each carry billionS worth of term life__what sort of wealthy people are "you" referring to? " - dumbass dave

Stupid fckn liberals.
WOW

Bronx, NY

#956968 Jul 30, 2013
THEY SOLD F'ing WOLF TICKETS I TOLD YA STEVE HARVEY WHERE ARE YOU hahahahalolololol Would a boycott of Florida cripple the state or financially harm blacks living and working there? There has been a growing buzz for African Americans to boycott the state of Florida in response not only to George Zimmerman being found not guilty of the murder of Trayvon Martin but also as an effort to get the “Stand Your Ground” law repealed. Chaka Khan says she’s boycotting the state. The National Association of Black Journalists will continue with their conference in Orlando as planned or risk losing $1 million.

But some black leaders are urging people not to boycott. With the black population of Florida being at 16.6 percent, African Americans would most likely be impacted negatively by a boycott, especially those in the entertainment industry.

With celebrities vowing not to perform in the state, it could have a tremendous impact on the guest and line-up participation in festivals that have already been scheduled, reports TheGrio.

The annual Jazz in the Gardens festival in the city of Miami Gardens during the month of March hosts some of the most top-name celebrities. According to Circle of One Marketing CEO Suzan McDowell, who has been involved in the creation of the annual Jazz in the Gardens festival since its inception in 2006, the threat of boycotting an event like Jazz in the Gardens does more harm than good for the Miami Gardens community.

“Trayvon Martin is from the city of Miami Gardens and the city of Miami Gardens produces and owns Jazz in the Gardens, which is the same city that Trayvon was born and raised in,” McDowell told TheGrio,“To me it would seem a little ridiculous for people to punish the city that Trayvon was born in in order to support Trayvon.”

Miami Gardens has a large African-American population, reaching more than 70 percent of the residents. In fact, it is the largest black city in the state of Florida.

“Trayvon is a part of our city. This isn’t just a concert… this is us. This is something we do to bring people into our city. We want to show people our homes; to show people Trayvon’s home; the city where he lived. I think it would be tragic if a boycott ensues from this extraordinary bad verdict,“Miami Gardens mayor Oliver Gilbert III said to TheGrio.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#956969 Jul 30, 2013
Assassins Creed wrote:
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Obama didn't have one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel. No one was worried about the much younger Obama dying like Grandpa McCain. Also, McCain had the skeletons in his closet about his ex-wife and his trophy wife. Was the trophy wife actually found hanging out with another man? Who could blame her? Why don't you give everyone the back story to McCain? I'm sure you know it all.
What distressed me most about McCain was he co-authored the obviously unconstitutional Line Item Veto legislation in 1996. He lost all of my support then.
LCN Llin

United States

#956971 Jul 30, 2013
endeavor wrote:
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No they won't, they'll remember the trillions Oblama has already wasted on imaginary jobs. Of course Wall Street is benefitting nicely thanks to the $85 billion a month from the Fed. How many millions do you own in stocks?
The voters with brains will remember Oblama has failed on everything except making race relations worse, over a 30% drop among blacks and whites. That's Oblama's legacy.
First president to win a majority vote in back to back elections in the 21st century.

Obamacare passed and you whine.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#956973 Jul 30, 2013
Assassins Creed wrote:
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Sarah Palin looked like an imbecile with her Big Gulp soda float. Can we agree she is one big reason McCain didn't have a chance? If something happened to him, the country would be run by a soccer mom who didn't know basic geography or even who world leaders were.
Palin represented someone with whom Republicans could relate. She was down to their level.
LCN Llin

United States

#956974 Jul 30, 2013
endeavor wrote:
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FDR goaded Japan into attacking us, how many trillions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of lives were lost? Korea? Viet Nam? WWI? Why are we still wasting billions and lives in Afghanistan?
another 8th grader posting,

Libraries exist in your hamlet, open a book?
LOL

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#956975 Jul 30, 2013
Jump, mini-me, jump!

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#956976 Jul 30, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
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Le us Know when President Bush will attend a republican convention.
Aren't you late for class, dumbass? I thought you were going to teach us some history.
Don't make me take my belt off and whip you.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#956977 Jul 30, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
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Biden 10
Ryan 0
Great debate,
fox had a cat
And that explains Obama slipping in the polls immediately after.

What planet do you live on?
WOW

Bronx, NY

#956979 Jul 30, 2013
DOES THIS MATTER SHE IS BLACK AND A BL:ACK PERSON sHOT HER I KNOW POLITICIANS CANT USE THIS FOR THE NEXT DEMOCRAT HILLARY CLINTON BECAUSE THIS IS DAILY AND IT CANT BE PIMPED BY SHARPTON BUT SHE IS IMPORTANT TO ME One week after she celebrated her fourth birthday, little Khalise Weatherspoon had a horrifically traumatic experience. While riding a scooter outside of her grandparents Southside Chicago home, the toddler was hit in the abdomen by a stray bullet, ABC 7 reports.

The bullet exited through her back. Immediately following the shooting, little Khalise was rushed to Chicago’s Holy Cross Hospital, but was later transported to Mt. Sinai Hospital where she was treated for her injury in the trauma unit.

“We just celebrated her fourth birthday this past weekend,” Khalise’s grandfather, Richard Spires, told ABC.“I just don’t get it. We need to stop the violence,” he continued.

The toddler’s aunt, Pamela Williams, said that she’s totally enraged over the senseless crime.

“We’re very angry. It makes no sense to shoot a baby, 4 years old. We’re very angry and hurt,” Pamela said.

According to eyewitnesses, one or two men emerged from an alley next to the home where the child was hit and began shooting.

“[Her mother] came behind me holding her baby in her hands and said,‘Derrick, my baby has been shot.’ I grabbed the baby and I cuffed her. I put her in my car and did what the police would do. I ran every stoplight to get here to save this child,” one witness told reporters.

Family members say that little Khalise is doing better and responding to doctors, but they’re crying out for the violence to end.

“She was just innocent, riding her bicycle. These children should be allowed to go outside and ride their bicycles. I think it’s terrible what’s going on,” friend of the family, Gwendolyn Baxter, told ABC.

JUSTICE FOR THIS AMERICAN BABY little Khalise Weatherspoon OH I FORGOT SOME IN THE COMMUNITY THINK THIS IS OK BECAUSE IT WASNT DONE BY A WHITE PERSON

“Come Home America!”

Since: Nov 11

Claymont, Delaware 19809

#956981 Jul 30, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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This racist pig should not be allowed anywhere near Washington in the first place.
Wiki - Sheila Jackson Lee: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheila_Jackson_L...
"It was reported that in October 2010 Jackson Lee was “asking the Department of Justice to investigate whether tea party groups are intimidating black and Hispanic voters in her district.” She requested that Attorney General Eric Holder send poll monitors to make sure that a local group wasn't stopping people from voting.
Speaking in July 2010 at the NAACP national convention, Jackson Lee compared the Tea Party to the KKK.
Jackson Lee said in January 2011 that repealing the health care law would be in violation of the Constitution. She argued that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is constitutional under the Commerce Clause, and that repealing it would violate both the Fifth and the Fourteenth Amendments.
At a Homeland Security Committee hearing on radical Muslims in the US, held in March 2011, Jackson Lee said that Peter King's hearings were helping al-Qaeda and “going the same route as Arizona.” She complained that the hearings were scaring Muslim Americans and called them “an outrage.”
Jackson Lee has urged better relations between the U.S. and Venezuela, which she describes as a friendly nation. She said the U.S. should reconsider its ban on selling F-16 fighter jets and spare parts to that country. The U.S. State Department bans such sales due to "lack of support" for counter-terrorist operations and Venezuela's relations with Iran and Cuba"
Ronald Reagan even refused to meet with the Black Caucus in the White House, but we still tolerated that racist President in the city of Washington D. C.
Assassins Creed

Spring, TX

#956983 Jul 30, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
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Palin represented someone with whom Republicans could relate. She was down to their level.
People liked her more than they did McCain. Game Change made them both look bad.
I know it's just a movie, but it brings her character to life. Then again, she could have been suffering from postpartum depression after having a baby at 44 or over 40 at any rate. I've heard so many different things about the Palin family. Not sure what is true or not true.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#956984 Jul 30, 2013
Assassins Creed wrote:
I followed both events closely. I don't recall hearing it mentioned in the Enron fiasco. I saw it routinely in emails to and from people who owned investment firms after the crash.

Seems to me a "progressive" explanation you reference, kind of like them rewriting history as they are inclined to do.

And, now, the Ben Bernanke question. Why did questioning of him immediately cease after he uttered the words "Special Purpose Vehicle" to Barney Frank's committee?
LCN Llin

United States

#956985 Jul 30, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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And that explains Obama slipping in the polls immediately after.
What planet do you live on?
Inform President Romney!

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#956986 Jul 30, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
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Palin represented someone with whom Republicans could relate. She was down to their level.
Just because she wouldn't go to the gutter like you femi-nazis...she is smarter than you and your ilk. Another case of feminists and liberals war on women.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#956987 Jul 30, 2013
"Well-heeled executives and their families increasingly are paying tens of thousands of dollars a year for high-end medical services that aren’t covered by insurance.

“Wealthy people want to have a little exclusivity and want better service than they can get at their normal health-care facility, and they’re willing to pay for it,” said Rick Flynn, principal and head of the Family Office Group with Rothstein Kass, a Roseland, New Jersey-based accounting and consulting firm.

Such white-glove attention, known as concierge care, doesn’t come cheap. It may cost as much as $30,000 a year out-of-pocket for unfettered access to physicians who limit the number of patients they take on. An emergency room in one’s home designed to handle a family’s ailments can cost as much as $1 million.

About 55 percent of single-family offices, which generally manage the finances of one wealthy family, used a concierge health-care provider in 2011, compared with about 36 percent in 2009, according to a study released in December by Rothstein Kass. The top reasons were managing severe medical conditions and gaining access to quality physicians and medical institutions, the study found."

"PinnacleCare Private Health Advisory organizes medical records, has emergency physicians available around-the-clock and connects patients to a network of top doctors throughout the world, for fees ranging from $2,500 to $30,000 a year, said Miles Varn, an emergency physician and chief medical officer for the Baltimore-based firm."

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-03-16/weal...

“Come Home America!”

Since: Nov 11

Claymont, Delaware 19809

#956988 Jul 30, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
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And that explains Obama slipping in the polls immediately after.
What planet do you live on?
Today's John Boehner republican-controlled do-nothing Congress has forever been slipping in the polls. Today's Congress ' approval rating has NEVER been this low in the entire history of the United States

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#956990 Jul 30, 2013
endeavor wrote:
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The unions are whining too, Buckwheat, do you ever read a newspaper? Millions will be part time employees as well.
The unions are the dumbest of the bunch. They were useful idiots spending millions of dollars to get O'bamacare passed--and yet they will be the first to hit the unemployment line--couldn't happen to a better bunch. They should be proud of their accomplishments...going along with the liberals just for the hell of it, not knowing a damn thing. ROTFLMAO.

And then support illegal immigration--another boom for the Unions. Can't get much dumber...and yet they want to bitch about Palin! She told us exactly what was going to happen.

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