Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1276632 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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No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#997191 Oct 7, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
Jerry Brown Makes California 'Sanctuary' State
When the state of California is completely destroyed you can blame liberals. And then we can give it back to Mexico--Hollywood and all...see ya. Gov. Moonbeam has just invited criminals of all levels to make California home base as they spread their influence across the USA.
It's all about the elite and Jerry Brown pandering to those who are government dependent or illegal peasants to remain relevant and keep his job...

It's the culture....

Since: Aug 13

Bozeman, MT

#997192 Oct 7, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
Jerry Brown Makes California 'Sanctuary' State
When the state of California is completely destroyed you can blame liberals. And then we can give it back to Mexico--Hollywood and all...see ya. Gov. Moonbeam has just invited criminals of all levels to make California home base as they spread their influence across the USA.
LOL...like it wasn't already?
WOW

Bronx, NY

#997194 Oct 7, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text>Don't do this to yourself, son. You do know the laws of physics, right? For every action, there's a reaction. You're gambling with house money, when the deck is clearly stacked against you &, still trying to play by the rules. How can a people be oppressed for over 400yrs be expected to equal in less than 50yrs? Does that logic sound logical to you because, if it does, you're truly institutionalized, more than I first thought. Why would he who is already full fight over scraps from the table? The upper white class are full, they've eaten already. The lower black class is fighting over the scraps left over from their feast. You pointing out statistics without a background is merely stupid. Even if your faster than I am, there's no way possible you could catch me giving my head start! History 101, learn it before you're forced to report it!
SON I stand ON MY SQUARE if you notice I have taught to fact check first SON I will NOT STOP EDUCATING you MY SON I WLL NOT INSULT you SON I LEAVE THAT TO THE SUBURBAN LIBERAL DEMOCRATS that MISEDUCATED you MY SON I AM AMUSED BY YOU I SEE YOUR SHORT COMINGS AND I AND NOT LIKE THE SUBURBANS WHO WOULD CALL YOU useless HISTORY 50 YEARS SON YOU SELL OUR PEOPLE SHORT SON BUT NOT ALL EURO- AFRICAN AMERICAN cAME FROM THE WARRIOR CLASS FROM EITHER SIDE EURO OR AFRICAN WARRIOR CLASS ARE USUALL MORE EDUCATED SON not just street fighters SON you make excuses for BLACK PEOPLE KILLING BLACK PEOPLE SON YOU MIGHT JUST BE A CRACKER

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#997195 Oct 7, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>That's what the majority of Americans are saying--why would they want to pay for other Americans laziness? Why would we want to pay for other people's sickness. Why would we pay for lazy gang bangers' bullet holes. Why yeah???? you tell us why anyone wants to pay for the lazy degenerates. Even liberals dont' want to pay now. LOL--but all of a sudden--- O'bama just now announced he wants to negotiate. I know what happened. I was polled yesterday and the polling data is in...O'bama is not standing with the American people. The American people are standing with the Republicans. The Republicans are standing with the American people.
I don't want to be financial back up for you.

Buy some GD insurance.
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#997196 Oct 7, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text>I've done battle with 5%ers in the past, being the wall. I will admit, I agree with a lot of the teachings but, they're no different than any other mass group setting surrounding the topic of spirituality, a religion! And religion is nothing but a reason for wars. Religion also has no place in politics but, youcontinually try to shove a circle on a round peg. Try it on someone else who haven't heard it all!
get rid of God and the "people" will find something else to worship dunce...

If not Jesus, you worship something...probably your FUBU hoodie or fried chicken...
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#997197 Oct 7, 2013
Ray Donovan wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL...like it wasn't already?
Mexico has benefited by exporting its social and ignorant elements to bankrupt Morono Valley California...

It's the culture...

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#997198 Oct 7, 2013
Bigfoot lives!!

Seriously.

Scientists confirmed tissue and DNA samples with a compelling new video.

Supposedly, there are "thousands" across North America and Canada.

Could have fooled me. I'm just convinced about ETs.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#997199 Oct 7, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>The polling had to be massive, because I personally know 6 people that were polled on Sunday. I had not been polled since two months before the elections. I suspect they were polling mostly democrats. And there is the reason why the sudden change.
Even the press is commenting on Obama's less use of hyperbole.

Wish I could see those polls.
WOW

Bronx, NY

#997200 Oct 7, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
Bigfoot lives!!
Seriously.
Scientists confirmed tissue and DNA samples with a compelling new video.
Supposedly, there are "thousands" across North America and Canada.
Could have fooled me. I'm just convinced about ETs.
In order to know the truth you must believe the impossible
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#997201 Oct 7, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't want to be financial back up for you.
Buy some GD insurance.
Let demoKRATs kill the planet, California, Detroit, Cincinnati or Miami and others with more stupid and ghetto ignorance, so all will suffer. Why do you hate intelligence?

If it's ghetto, illiterate, moocher, and idiot... It's free cheese, RealDumbDave, and ass-clown stupid...

It's the culture...

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#997202 Oct 7, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
Pick any statement and argue your point. Here's the post again for your convenient reference.(By the way, you still haven't backed up your bullshit about 1) precedent for the president violating the Constitution and raising the debt ceiling on his own authority as if the United States is a dictatorship; and 2) those mythical subsidies to oil companies you've been programmed to believe exist.)
It is difficult to make sense of it all. You just have to go with the fact that the simplest explanation is the truth.
Obama is helping Al Qaeda in Afghanistan, Egypt, Libya, Jordan and Syria.
Al Qaeda is changing its leadership.
Al Qaeda is the military arm of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Muslim Brotherhood has a permenant presence in the White House and is in policy making positions.
Some Al Qaeda are being killed, but not where we obviously know where they currently are and operating training bases.
Al Qaeda operates in the open in Afghanistan, Egypt, Libya and Syria, and the US is training Al Qaeda terrorists in Jordan.
Obama kills the Al Qaeda who are hiding, but won't kill Al Qaeda where they openly operate.
The Al Qaeda in hiding must be hiding from the Muslim Brotherhood, also.
The simplest explanation is Obama is a goon for the Muslim Brotherhood and rubbing out anyone in Al Qaeda the Muslim Brotherhood wants eliminated.
Now, that's a role that will get respect from the world. No wonder the world doesn't trust the United States and thinks the government here is fullofshit.
Did the midget say OIL SUBSIDIES??

""A 2011 study by the consulting firm Management Information Services, Inc.(MISI)[7] estimated the total historical federal SUBSIDIES for various energy sources over the years 1950-2010. The study found that oil, natural gas, and coal received $369 billion,$121 billion, and $104 billion (2010 dollars), respectively, or 70% of total energy SUBSIDIES over that period. Oil, natural gas, and coal benefitted most from percentage depletion allowances and other tax-based SUBSIDIES, but oil also benefitted heavily from regulatory SUBSIDIES such as exemptions from price controls and higher-than-average rates of return allowed on oil pipelines.""
Whatever

Gering, NE

#997203 Oct 7, 2013
As the Congress has ensured govt employees will be payed anyway, Rep. Sanford (R-S.C.) says he's bringing back staff to avoid "taxpayer subsidized vacation".

Yep, Harry Reid those POOR SEI workers that you felt more sympathy for than a child with cancer are on paid vacation.

Dems vote on and pass the house NIH bill-now!

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#997204 Oct 7, 2013
Did the midget say OIL SUBSIDIES??

""A 2011 study by the consulting firm Management Information Services, Inc.(MISI)[7] estimated the total historical federal SUBSIDIES for various energy sources over the years 1950-2010. The study found that oil, natural gas, and coal received $369 billion,$121 billion, and $104 billion (2010 dollars), respectively, or 70% of total energy SUBSIDIES over that period. Oil, natural gas, and coal benefitted most from percentage depletion allowances and other tax-based SUBSIDIES, but oil also benefitted heavily from regulatory SUBSIDIES such as exemptions from price controls and higher-than-average rates of return allowed on oil pipelines.""
WOW

Bronx, NY

#997205 Oct 7, 2013
NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text>I've done battle with 5%ers in the past, being the wall. I will admit, I agree with a lot of the teachings but, they're no different than any other mass group setting surrounding the topic of spirituality, a religion! And religion is nothing but a reason for wars. Religion also has no place in politics but, youcontinually try to shove a circle on a round peg. Try it on someone else who haven't heard it all!
85% do battle 5%ers BUILD SON you mentality destroys self while the 5% raise the sick and feeble much like OBAMACARE with out destruction of a NATION if our PEOPLE THAT GOT LYNCHED used your way of thinking YOU WOULD NOT BE HERE TO SEE OBAMA
Whatever

Gering, NE

#997206 Oct 7, 2013
Ray Donovan wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL...like it wasn't already?
But now the state has made it legal to defy a federal law.

So, Brown is good.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#997207 Oct 7, 2013
Did the midget ask about OIL SUBSIDIES??

Did the midget say OIL SUBSIDIES??

""A 2011 study by the consulting firm Management Information Services, Inc.(MISI)[7] estimated the total historical federal SUBSIDIES for various energy sources over the years 1950-2010. The study found that oil, natural gas, and coal received $369 billion,$121 billion, and $104 billion (2010 dollars), respectively, or 70% of total energy SUBSIDIES over that period. Oil, natural gas, and coal benefitted most from percentage depletion allowances and other tax-based SUBSIDIES, but oil also benefitted heavily from regulatory SUBSIDIES such as exemptions from price controls and higher-than-average rates of return allowed on oil pipelines.""

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#997208 Oct 7, 2013
Is the midget in denial about OIL SUBSIDIES??

America's Most Obvious Tax Reform Idea: Kill the Oil and Gas Subsidies
In a world where $100-a-barrel oil is here to stay, there's no need to pad the industry's bottom line.

When Saudi Arabia's longtime oil minister, Ali Al-Naimi, opens his mouth, the world listens. Yesterday, during a speech in Hong Kong, he delivered a message that U.S. policy makers in particular would do well to take note of. The days of $100-a-barrel crude, he told the crowd, are here "for the foreseeable future."

If he's right, one thing that shouldn't be around for the foreseeable future are the outdated tax credits that protect oil and gas companies, which will be plenty profitable in a world of $100-a-barrel oil. If Democrats and Republicans are looking for safe ground to set up camp for the budget negotiations, let's start with these $7 billion-a-year subsidies.

Why Big Oil Doesn't Need Uncle Sam's Help
The oil industry's lobbyists like to argue that its array of tax write-offs (which allow companies to deduct everything from drilling costs to the declining value of their wells) aren't any different than other deductions for less publicly reviled companies. Cutting them will discourage new exploration and put jobs at risk, they claim.

Yet, some of the breaks are anachronisms that date back almost to the days of John D. Rockefeller. And in a world of permanently high crude prices, there's very little rationale for subsidizing the bottom lines of companies like ExxonMobil and BP.

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2...

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#997209 Oct 7, 2013
Is the midget in denial about OIL SUBSIDIES??

America's Most Obvious Tax Reform Idea: Kill the Oil and Gas Subsidies
In a world where $100-a-barrel oil is here to stay, there's no need to pad the industry's bottom line.

When Saudi Arabia's longtime oil minister, Ali Al-Naimi, opens his mouth, the world listens. Yesterday, during a speech in Hong Kong, he delivered a message that U.S. policy makers in particular would do well to take note of. The days of $100-a-barrel crude, he told the crowd, are here "for the foreseeable future."

If he's right, one thing that shouldn't be around for the foreseeable future are the outdated tax credits that protect oil and gas companies, which will be plenty profitable in a world of $100-a-barrel oil. If Democrats and Republicans are looking for safe ground to set up camp for the budget negotiations, let's start with these $7 billion-a-year subsidies.

Why Big Oil Doesn't Need Uncle Sam's Help
The oil industry's lobbyists like to argue that its array of tax write-offs (which allow companies to deduct everything from drilling costs to the declining value of their wells) aren't any different than other deductions for less publicly reviled companies. Cutting them will discourage new exploration and put jobs at risk, they claim.

Yet, some of the breaks are anachronisms that date back almost to the days of John D. Rockefeller. And in a world of permanently high crude prices, there's very little rationale for subsidizing the bottom lines of companies like ExxonMobil and BP.

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2 ...
Nat Turner

Angeles City, Philippines

#997210 Oct 7, 2013
Why listen to Frank Sinatra when you can listen to "BOW WOW"!
Nat Turner

Angeles City, Philippines

#997211 Oct 7, 2013
WOW wrote:
<quoted text>In order to know the truth you must believe the impossible
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