Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1345590 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"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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Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#994041 Oct 2, 2013
flack wrote:
<quoted text> I believe it Carol. Their Obama worship is like a drug. They are too stoned on it to realize what they are doing.


You right whiners are confused.

Those who support the President do not worship Obama. If you look, we spend our time here correcting your lies.

Where the problem lies is that you freakin hate Obama so much that just regular support seems like worship to you dipsticks.

Why do you people hate Obama so much? Interesting question. Why it is that the election of this President spurred the birth of the Obama hating Tea Party. After just 3 weeks in office no less. Not while Bush was doubling the debt & driving this country into the ground. Nooooooooo. But after Obama was elected.

So, do you think that if MvcCain would have won in 2000, would we see the Tea Party formed?

Be honest with that answer. We all know the answer.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#994042 Oct 2, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
if it didn't collapse under the big spending Reagan and Bush then i don't think we have much to worry about.
You don't know spending has consistently gone up under every president and every Congress over the past five or six decades?

Sometimes it's even gone higher under Democratic controlled Congresses.

But I know. Democrats can do no wrong.
WOW

Bronx, NY

#994043 Oct 2, 2013
It's funny we had riots in America with rodney king as if Geoge Bush beat him funny no riots with trayvon was that racists

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#994044 Oct 2, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
damn straight it's the tea party!
they've overloaded the system by not waiting for all the real liberals to sign up first!
cause you know what they say....
In the old days, they used to say that a conservative is a liberal who has been mugged by reality. When it comes to health insurance, it seems a liberal is a conservative who has been mugged by an illness.
You're just too weird to be taken seriously sometimes.

Which is why it's so worrisome. You have the same brain as all liberals.
WOW

Bronx, NY

#994045 Oct 2, 2013
We keep trying to prop up Obama to make him look good at the expense of the Black Community how logical is that is mother is not Black why the big Racists ONE DROP RULE COMING fROM BLACKS and they dont see how racists that is the ONLY reason OBAM gets the support from the AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY is because he is a Kenyan American not because he has done anything special obamacare medicare/medicade/Social security obama its been done you are not the first civil rights was done before you we really didnt need you Barak we JUST WANTED TO SEE A BL:ACK PRESIDENT WE FOUGHT HARD IN THIS COUNTRY BEFORE you barak GODS America FIRST, OBAMA where ever you put him in your life

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Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#994046 Oct 2, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>The topic was "violence at tea party rallies-gatherings etc."
Carol stated emphatically that there had never been a single instance of violence at any tea party event in the entire nation.
Now you and a couple of other of the thread morons come along wanting to add qualifiers__fk that!
Maybe you should also try "tea party rally arrests."
14 Arrested At Denver Tea Party,… I Mean, Immigration Rally
Socialize RWV:

By Dan
June 15, 2010

There hasn't been one arrest like this at any Tea Party over two years. In fact, there've been virtually no arrests of Tea Partiers, so far as I know – simply a couple of assaults on them by SEIU-like thugs.

But the Tea Party represents the extreme and intolerant? No. That's always been the Left and the pro-illegal immigration crowd is a non-card carrying part of it.

DENVER (AP)— Authorities have arrested 14 immigration reform advocates for blocking a road in front of a federal courthouse as a group of about 100 protesters marched in downtown Denver.

The group marched from the Colorado state capitol to the federal courts on Tuesday to call for changes in the country's immigration laws.

The 14 were arrested after kneeling down and refusing to get out of the road. Officers put blue plastic handcuffs on them, ticketed them for the misdemeanor charge of blocking a roadway and took them to jail.

(snicker)

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#994047 Oct 2, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>The topic was "violence at tea party rallies-gatherings etc."
Carol stated emphatically that there had never been a single instance of violence at any tea party event in the entire nation.
Now you and a couple of other of the thread morons come along wanting to add qualifiers__fk that!
Maybe you should also try "tea party rally arrests."
Did it ever occur to you that the "arrests" you speak of - which did not make it to the liberal media's newsrooms - may have been inciters who were plants to reflect badly on the tea party?

There is no level too low for some liberals. Well, for most liberals...but you get my drift.
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#994048 Oct 2, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
Republicans trying to defund Obamacare...
meanwhile Liberals poop on police cars...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#994049 Oct 2, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
The GOP’s Misinformation Problem in Action
Robert Costa explains why there are so many Republicans in Congress committed to an effort that is certain to fail:
And so many of these members now live in the conservative world of talk radio and tea party conventions and Fox News invitations. And so the conservative strategy of the moment, no matter how unrealistic it might be, catches fire. The members begin to believe they can achieve things in divided government that most objective observers would believe is impossible [bold mine-DL]. Leaders are dealing with these expectations that wouldn’t exist in a normal environment.
Costa’s explanation seems to be the only way to account for Republican behavior that otherwise makes no sense. Picking an extremely unpopular fight that they are sure to lose doesn’t serve the party’s interests, and it doesn’t even seem to serve the longer-term interests of individual members. The trouble is that the Republicans most eager to have this fight may believe that they can prevail somehow, and they seem to be encouraged in this belief because they are relying on the same sources of misinformation that have served them so poorly in the past.
It is as if no one learned anything from the experience of the party-wide delusion that Romney was going to win the election. Some Republicans are making all of the same mistakes that they made when they ignored all of the evidence suggesting that the GOP was likely to lose in 2012. Most of the time, the echo chamber hurts conservatives and Republicans by making them oblivious to inconvenient facts and ideas, but in this case it is leading them to believe in an alternate political reality with its own set of rules. In that alternative reality, a pointless, self-defeating effort becomes a clever political strategy, and obnoxious and politically toxic tactics are treated as normal and appropriate.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
Shut the government down. The government spends less money when it is shut down than when it is operating (what the government thinks is) normally. The most critical threat to the existence of our government is the out of control spending. It is certain the government will collapse if the current trend isn't stopped.
If the government can't save itself, we have to save it from itself.
Find any reason or excuse to shut this insane government spending itself into suicide.
Shut the government down until they can get a budget that doesn't guarantee certain collapse of the government passed by both the Senate and the House.
The only thing the Democrats and RINOs understand is shutting the government down. So, shut the government down until they grow up.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#994050 Oct 2, 2013
ObamaKKKare is wealth redistribution, no more, no less.

Understand that and the differences of opinion on the program can be understood.
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#994051 Oct 2, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
damn straight it's the tea party!
they've overloaded the system by not waiting for all the real liberals to sign up first!
cause you know what they say....
In the old days, they used to say that a conservative is a liberal who has been mugged by reality. When it comes to health insurance, it seems a liberal is a conservative who has been mugged by an illness.
Wow!
As a Veteran you have the VA medical care system...
As an Indian, you have their medical care system...
and Now Obamacare...
you are covered!
WOW

Bronx, NY

#994052 Oct 2, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text>Okay, So he was a success at making pizza, I'm happy for him but, how exactly does that qualify his ignorant as for being president? I don't give a shit about race, Barack Obama was the most qualified person for the job in the past 2 elections. You can make up all the damn lies about Frank Marshall Davis all you want. You can lie about citizenship &, legal standings all you want. it won't change the facts because, after all facts are truth with evidence to back it up. All you have is retarded thoughts from a conspiracy theory website!
Your HOMOTIONS really child listen go back to the kiddie pool you are a jim crow democrat not for BLACK PEOPLE thats why YOU PUT DOWN THE BLACK AMERICAN FOR THE KENYAN AMERICAN WHITE PEOPLE GAVE YOU I THREW FRANK MARSHALLs NAME IN ther to throw you a bone to say at least if Marshall was his dad he would be ALL AMERICAN not WHITE AND KENYAN because KENYAN DIDnt NUTTIN FOR BLACK AMERICANS a SOUTHERN BLACK SHOULD HAVE BEEN THE FIRST TO REP FOR BLACK AMERICANS UI HAVE NO KENYAN ROOTS and as a BLACK AMERICAN I have more in COMMON BLOOD and CULTURE LANGUAGE with WHITE AMERICANS than KENYANS AND

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#994053 Oct 2, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>The topic was "violence at tea party rallies-gatherings etc."
Carol stated emphatically that there had never been a single instance of violence at any tea party event in the entire nation.
Now you and a couple of other of the thread morons come along wanting to add qualifiers__fk that!
Maybe you should also try "tea party rally arrests."
I did. The only people arrested were libtard loons trying to create a scene except for one old man who got upset when some punk tried to take his 'Do Tread On Me' flag. Even then all he did was shove a person away.
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#994054 Oct 2, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
You're just too weird to be taken seriously sometimes.
Which is why it's so worrisome. You have the same brain as all liberals.
Lois,
He's a 'fluffer',
...er....topix/argument fluffer!

"A fluffer is a hired member of the crew of a pornographic movie whose role on the set is usually to sexually arouse the male participants prior to the filming of scenes requiring erection"
https://www.google.com/search...
Teaparty4everMEn U

Sonoma, CA

#994055 Oct 2, 2013
we have succeeded! yay, hooray! we forced those fargutz to shut downthe govment. This means that the next step, the big-un, is in the chute. Yay! God bless us, all. When we stop the debt ceiling we will be able to charge anything we deem righto for the country to borrow, easy 5, 6, 7 times more than what they now pay. Also all those services folks just line up for; security, libraries, parks, food, medicie care, socialist security, education...ALL can now begin to set up shop as for profits. PRIVATIZE eberything,cause folks still want everything and we have shut it all down and so we can sell it all back to them. Sell it all back at the highest price. WE ARE GONE TO BE RICH!!!!!

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#994056 Oct 2, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
<quoted text>
Because the healthcare industry, at great expense, has done everything expected of them to provide the services necessary and the people most affected by the mandate are entitled to sign-up. It's the law.
So is the debt ceiling.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#994057 Oct 2, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
Why the Shutdown Looks So Bad for the GOP
Not only are they taking the blame, but the Republican party’s divisions, fissures, and personal animosities are taking center stage.
During the Great Polling Disconnect of 2012, the Obama campaign, the press, and a number of pollsters thought that Barack Obama would win his second presidential election. Republicans and the Romney campaign were equally convinced the polls were flawed: The electorate would behave differently on Election Day.
There was a clear loser in that experiment. We're facing a similar test now with the government shutdown. Public opinion polls show overwhelming opposition to the GOP strategy. Republican Sen. John McCain tweeted a Quinnipiac poll Tuesday morning that shows 72 percent of Americans oppose Congress “shutting down major activities of the federal government” as a way to stop the Affordable Care Act from going into effect.
For the conservatives pushing the showdown over the president's health care plan, those numbers are either wrong or changeable. We're about to find out which side is right.
In the first hours of the shutdown, the terrain looks very bad for Republicans. It's amazing how consistent the polls have been about linking a confrontation over the Affordable Care Act to funding of the government. While polls show the public disapproves of the law, it has consistently told pollsters it is not in favor of tying government operations to defunding the health care plan. In addition to the Quinnipiac poll, the polls from CBS, CNN, CNBC, National Journal, and Kaiser show this. As GOP Sen. Jeff Flake said, Republicans have found the one gambit less popular than Obamacare.
http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politi...
You can't be that wet behind the ears. The liberal media is always going to point the finger at Republicans. The Democrats would have it no other way - especially when the liberal media makes sure their fellow liberals get elected.

It's a mutual understanding, you see.

Power begets power and you're just another useful idiot who is more than willing to give it to them.
WOW

Bronx, NY

#994058 Oct 2, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text>Okay, So he was a success at making pizza, I'm happy for him but, how exactly does that qualify his ignorant as for being president? I don't give a shit about race, Barack Obama was the most qualified person for the job in the past 2 elections. You can make up all the damn lies about Frank Marshall Davis all you want. You can lie about citizenship &, legal standings all you want. it won't change the facts because, after all facts are truth with evidence to back it up. All you have is retarded thoughts from a conspiracy theory website!
WHERE did your truths come from the same place my lies came from are you kenyan, frank marshall was a family friend just as mia farrow and the guy that married his daughter well their son is really Frank sinatras son
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#994059 Oct 2, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
You right whiners are confused.
Those who support the President do not worship Obama. If you look, we spend our time here correcting your lies.
Where the problem lies is that you freakin hate Obama so much that just regular support seems like worship to you dipsticks.
Why do you people hate Obama so much? Interesting question. Why it is that the election of this President spurred the birth of the Obama hating Tea Party. After just 3 weeks in office no less. Not while Bush was doubling the debt & driving this country into the ground. Nooooooooo. But after Obama was elected.
So, do you think that if MvcCain would have won in 2000, would we see the Tea Party formed?
Be honest with that answer. We all know the answer.
you are a topix fluffer too!

I bet you own stock in topix...or advertising...
something...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#994060 Oct 2, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text>Okay, So he was a success at making pizza, I'm happy for him but, how exactly does that qualify his ignorant as for being president? I don't give a shit about race, Barack Obama was the most qualified person for the job in the past 2 elections. You can make up all the damn lies about Frank Marshall Davis all you want. You can lie about citizenship &, legal standings all you want. it won't change the facts because, after all facts are truth with evidence to back it up. All you have is retarded thoughts from a conspiracy theory website!
How is someone who was a college dropout at Occidental, never attended classes at Columbia, and was admitted to Harvard only because of high level contacts in the Communist Party USA, and who never wrote the first piece of legislation in his entire history of being in government, etc., etc., etc., even qualified to be president, let alone the most qualified? Obama is a total fraud. Nothing being said about him is true. Nothing.
But, that is inconsequential. Obama is nothing more than a cardboard cutout of a commercial to make it look like someone's actually president. He doesn't have a clue what's going on in government. His only function is to read prescripted messages from a teleprompter and sign documents as he is ordered. Vallerie Jarrett is the actual president.
So, why did you vote for Vallerie Jarrett?

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