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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Hey greedy Libtards! What will you try and mooch from working people next?
John Galt

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PDUPONT wrote:
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The only reason the Postal Service is in financial difficulty is because of the Congressional mandates that were imposed upon the Postal Service. Congress passed the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act (PAEA), which was signed into law by President G.W. Bush on December 20, 2006.
One of the provisions of the PAEA was to mandate that the Postal Service fully pre-fund future retiree health benefits for the next 75 years, and to do it within a ten-year window. This means that the Postal Service is required to send to the U. S. Treasury $5.5 billion each September 30. Remember, this is to pay for the future retirement health benefits of people who haven't even been born yet. The Postal Service is the only entity that is mandated by law to do this. No government agency, corporation or organization is required to fully pre-fund future retirees' health benefits.
The Postal Service can easily avoid this cost by eliminating retiree health benefits, just like any other business.

Problem solved, USPS in great shape.
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Is it me or is the tension increasing on/in here?

noted...
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They want to start in America what we have been fighting in the world tyrants and thats our new government Obama calls congressional leaders to the White House as Democrats BLOCK Republican attempts to keep key government departments running during shutdown
John Galt

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RealDave wrote:
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Here is what you said:
"homosexuals only make up about 3% of the population but you guys have a tizzy over them."
What does that mean?
That 3% isn't worth the fuss?
Correct
sonicfilter

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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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.
so you're saying the liberal media rules the day?

like most people who aren't living in the FOX bubble, i knew that already.

so where is Dick Morris? he needs to be telling you nutjobs that no matter the polls you're going to win the day anyway. and seeing as how he wasn't wrong the first time around.....

LMAO GOP winning by losing! what a plan!
John Galt

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USAsince1680 wrote:
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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.
no mandate, just a tax...an uncollectable tax...

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The Birth of the Tea Party Movement



The Tea Party Movement
Its Birth, Its History, and Its Future
Revised July 30, 2010
Protest Rally
The Tea Party Movement

There are many who would love to take credit for the birth of the Tea Party Movement, but the actual credit for the movement is still under debate. One version dates back to 2007 on the anniversary of the Boston Tea Party when Ron Paul’s presidential campaign raised over 6 million dollars in one day and as a result, the Tea Party was born. Another version has the credit for the modern movement going to a user on tickerfourm.org that goes by the name Gmak. Tom Martin of the American Preppers Network did his homework of sifting through all the blogs and forums on the internet and came to the conclusion that Gmak posted an article on January 19th 2009 with the title “Mail a Teabag to Congress and Senate”. On January 20th 2009, Karl Denninger with the Market Ticker posted an article entitled “TEA PARTY February 1st?” This is the post that went viral in which hundreds of emails were sent out and countless blogs and forums were referencing the February 1st Tea Party. From those emails, it’s really hard to say how many subsequent emails were forwarded, but it is safe to say that it was well into the tens of thousands if not more. I remember receiving one and forwarding many myself. There are also other posts that pre-date the January 19th post, but the article posted by Karl Denninger is the one that went viral. Whether it was Ron Paul or Gmak, the actual credit for the idea of the Tea Party goes all the way back to the “Sons of Liberty” in 1773. The symbolism of that historical day is what has translated today into the birth of the modern Tea Party Movement.


- See more at: http://www.teaparty911.com/the_birth_of_the_t...
RealDave wrote:
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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.
John Galt

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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"Incompetence" as well as stubbornness and self-importance.
The King has spoken: "I absolutely will not negotiate! So let it be said! So let it be done!"
(Well, I just added the last part.)
History has not been kind to rulers who ignore the voice of the people.
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Charts: What if Obama spent like Reagan?

In 10 of the past 12 quarters, total government spending and investment has fallen, dragging down the Obama economy. That's in large part because state and local cutbacks have been so severe, but it's also because federal spending and investment has, on the whole, been falling since 2010.

This isn't an unusual analysis. You can see the numbers for yourself if you head to the Bureau of Economic Analysis's GDP data and scroll through column 21 of table 1.1.2. It's simply a fact that real government spending fell in three of President Obama's first four years.

That made me curious: How does government spending and investment during Obama's first term compare to Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush's first terms? The answer is poorly. Whereas total government spending dropped in 10 out of the 16 quarters that comprised Obama's first term, it rose in 13 out of Reagan's first 16 quarters, and 13 out of Bush's first 16 quarters.

Or, to put it differently, over Obama's first term, falling government spending and investment snipped, on average,.11 percentage points of GDP off of (annualized) quarterly growth. During Reagan's first term, it added .68 percentage points, and during Bush's first term, it added .52 percentage points.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/...

more stuff FOX would never think to tell carol.
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This is Sickening:

http://anticorruptionsociety.com/2013/09/23/o...
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Look it up. You'll find most weren't that big a deal. Except the one where democrats tricked him into raising taxes in exchange for spending cuts.
You know how that story always ends.
so you're saying that the dems were smarter that Reagan? 11 times?

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Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Pick and choose-cut and paste__crawl into the same shthole lying Carol lives in.
She lied, again, and the only reason I responded to that lying pos is that she's been called out on that very lie before__several times before.
FACT: There has been violence at tea party rallie(s) and there have been arrests made at tea party rallies. Lot's off them.
I went through the first three pages. The only tea partier arrested was the old dude with the flag.
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> You're right. If you choose not to have insurance you pay a tax for the trouble.
not if you manage properly...

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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>O'bama refused to let VETS into the WW2 Memorial. Now that what you democrats have become.
Nope, that was the Reptards. They are the ones who succeeded in shutting down the government. You own it. Embrace it.
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RealDave wrote:
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The funding loss was the income the Hospital would have generated if Georgia would have accepted the Medicaid expansion. Republicans chose not to accept the expansion.
Nt only did it cost this hospital that much but every hospital in George lost out & the State lost out in millions upon millions of federal funding for their economy.
God job Republicans in Georgia putting your political games head of your own State.
You people do nothing but lie after lie after lie.
My God you people are dumber than sh*t
States that rejected Medicaid expansion will save money when the poison-pill federal reimbursements expire.

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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>Not quite as uniformed as the poster who put up a site that is TWO years. FACT--it is 2013 but poster is still living in 2011. Vegan cancer ridden liberals have small brains.
Tick tock. Tick tock.
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Here's A Tally Of Which House Republicans Are Ready To Fund The Government, No Strings Attached

In the hours since the government shut down, House Republicans have slowly but steadily been coming forward to say they're ready to pass a bill to fund the government with no strings attached.

As of Wednesday afternoon, the number of those Republicans hit 17 -- the magic number. If all 200 Democrats stick together and team up with those Republicans, they have the votes to pass a clean funding bill. Of course, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) would have to be willing to put that bill on the floor in the first place. But if he did, the votes appear to be there for passage, at which point the bill would sail through the Senate and be signed by President Barack Obama, ending the shutdown.

Here's who those House Republicans are, and why they say they're done with trying to force through provisions to delay or defund Obamacare in order to keep the government running. We'll update the list when, or if, more come in.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/01/hous...

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You were warned!!!!

Lexington, Kentucky (CNN)-- Obamacare is expected to increase patient demand for medical services. Combine that with a worsening shortage of doctors, and next year you may have to wait a little longer to get a doctor's appointment. And the crowded emergency room may become even more so.

There are approximately 48 million uninsured people in the United States. When the mandatory insurance rules of Obamacare kick in next year, and a couple dozen states expand who is eligible for Medicaid, you can bet more people are going to want to use their health benefits.

In fact, so many people were anxious to get access to health insurance -- many for the first time -- when the insurance marketplaces opened Tuesday, more than a dozen of the websites experienced technical glitches.

Dr. Ryan A. Stanton is worried that this coming flood of newly insured patients may crash the U.S. health care system as well. Stanton works at the emergency room at the busy Georgetown Community Hospital right outside of Lexington, Kentucky.

While he sees trauma cases often, a good number of the patients he sees aren't actually emergencies. They're the uninsured who can't afford to pay for a regular doctor's visit -- so they use the emergency room instead.

"We now see people without health insurance coming in for their regular checkup here," Stanton said. "We can't turn anyone away like a doctor's office could.... I worry though with (Obamacare) this will significantly increase patient volume."

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sonicfilter wrote:
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you need to watch some Monty Python. or a Mel Brooks movie or 2. your sense of humor sure could use the help.
Guess it's hard to find the humor in liberals defending Obamacare and King Obama and his court jesters.

Now that's funny.

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