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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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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John Galt wrote:
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so, the fool just parroted whatever was handed to her, without checking....when conflicting information was already available....
and now the fool is our National Security Advisor.....wonderful....
Frightening stuff.

The creeping incompetency is like a cancer inside this Sideshow Presidency.

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She didn't know it was "half-assed information".
Wasn't going to post anything because it's so late and was just catching up.

But you keep missing the point. Somebody told Susan Rice to go on all those Sunday shows and misinform the public about a spontaneous mob and a video. Surely, Obama would have had to know she was going to do that. And if the investigations were truly ongoing as he repeatedly said when asked if it was, in fact, a terrorist attack, why did he repeatedly tell everyone at the same time it was because of a video including the victims' families at their funerals and in front of the UN two weeks later?

There's something very unsettling about a president who speaks out of both sides of his mouth - allowing misinformation to be released to the general public and perpetrating that misinformation at the same time he's telling everyone the investigations are still ongoing about a terrorist attack.

It points to guilt and a cover up. Innocent people don't say two different things at the same time.

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John Galt wrote:
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no, Fallon is just a clown, a useful idiot.....
Fallon actually piles on Obama and Obamacare. It's one of the main reasons I like him.

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Wasn't going to post anything because it's so late and was just catching up.
But you keep missing the point. Somebody told Susan Rice to go on all those Sunday shows and misinform the public about a spontaneous mob and a video. Surely, Obama would have had to know she was going to do that. And if the investigations were truly ongoing as he repeatedly said when asked if it was, in fact, a terrorist attack, why did he repeatedly tell everyone at the same time it was because of a video including the victims' families at their funerals and in front of the UN two weeks later?
There's something very unsettling about a president who speaks out of both sides of his mouth - allowing misinformation to be released to the general public and perpetrating that misinformation at the same time he's telling everyone the investigations are still ongoing about a terrorist attack.
It points to guilt and a cover up. Innocent people don't say two different things at the same time.
This is the same jerk who claims Americans built the first Intercontinental Railroad.

Probably the same one he takes to Hawaii and Kenya. And, of course, the SoulTrain.

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This is the same jerk who claims Americans built the first Intercontinental Railroad.
Probably the same one he takes to Hawaii and Kenya. And, of course, the SoulTrain.
We have a new kind of leadership in the White House. The President's Club. Everyone has tenure and is rewarded for insulting the owner of the club from any culpability in having created an environment of corruption.

Hopefully, the Club will soon be exposed and dispersed.

But it really is getting late. Night, shinning.
John Galt

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Think of it this way: 57 cents X 100 million vehicles will pay for one helluva lot of Scotland golf outings, female entertainment in Vegas and weekly transatlantic flights for dinner in London Chop Houses, to mention only a few corporate amenities.
I keep hearing media heads talking about how GM might be legally immune from prosecution or liability for anything they did prior to their bankruptcy and reorganization as the "new" GM.
And, further, this was all part and parcel in the grand scheme of things. That's why the ignition switch issue dragged on for so long; they were waiting to go bankrupt to erase their legal problems. Aha...wouldn't you know it? The Magic Negro got on board, too!
57 cents plus hundreds of dollars per vehicle per vehicle for installation......

take the money from the UAW pension fund, the beneficiary of the bailout....

or put Government Motors back in the grave....
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Fallon actually piles on Obama and Obamacare. It's one of the main reasons I like him.
not really....after the humor, Fallon is an Obamabot
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No Need for Voter ID
North Carolina’s Board of Elections found that tens of thousands of registered voters from the state have personal information matching that of registered voters in other states, and appear to have voted in states other than North Carolina in 2012. In some cases, votes were cast under names of individuals who had passed away before Election Day.

The review searched databases in 27 other states and 101 million voter records for information such as matching names, dates of birth, and Social Security numbers.

The review found that 35,570 North Carolina voters from 2012 shared the same first names, last names, and dates of birth with individuals who voted in other states. Another 765 Tar Heel State residents who voted in 2012 had the the same names, birthdays, and final four digits of a Social Security number as voters elsewhere.

Meanwhile, the election board’s executive director, Kim Westbrook Strach, told lawmakers that 81 deceased North Carolinians apparently voted in 2012 as well. While some appear to have submitted absentee ballots prior to their death, she said “there are between 40 and 50 who had died at a time that that’s not possible.”

Strach offered a series of proposals for the state to consider to better secure its voting practices and reduce fraud, including on-site digital face-recognition or electronic-signature technology.
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In a report that aired on Topeka, KS ABC affiliate KTKA on Tuesday, Newman Regional Hospital in Emporia, KS is scaling back some services as a means of countering the "negative financial impacts of the Affordable Care Act."

According to KTKA, the cuts at the hospital are due to a projected $3.5 million loss this year. These cuts will result in 10 full-time employees and five part-time employees being laid off permanently and are expected to save the hospital $1 million annually.

“It’s looking into the future," Newman Regional CEO Bob Wright said to KTKA.“Knowing that we need to make a profit, having the advantage of critical access getting us most of the way there but having really to do our part as good stewards of our resources to make sure that we’re profitable.”
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DENVER (CBS4)– More people are claiming they are being pulled over out of state to see if they have marijuana simply because they have Colorado license plates.

They strongly suspect it’s because Colorado stores now legally sell marijuana to those over the age of 21.

The Colorado Drug Investigators Association says there have been a lot of seizures of marijuana from cars leaving Colorado and going out of state.

Drivers are complaining they are being stopped for no good reason.

David Atkins says a Nevada State Trooper in an unmarked car following a different driver suddenly started following him and turned on his flashers.

“There was no reason for him to pull us over. Why did he pull us over? Only because we had a Colorado license plate and he stuck his head in there and started sniffing as soon as he came up to the car,” said Adkins.
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DENVER (AP/CBS4)– A Wyoming college student visiting Denver on spring break jumped to his death after eating a marijuana cookie that his friend legally purchased in one of Colorado’s recreational pot shops, authorities said Wednesday.

An autopsy report lists marijuana intoxication as a “significant contributing factor” in the death of 19-year-old Levy Thamba Pongi, a native of the Republic of Congo who fell from a motel balcony on March 11.

It marked the first time the Denver medical examiner’s office has listed a marijuana edible as a contributor to a death, said Michelle Weiss-Samaras, a spokeswoman for the office.

“We have not had that,” she said.

Investigators believe Pongi and his friends came to Colorado to try marijuana, Weiss-Samaras said.

The friends told investigators that Pongi ate the cookie and “exhibited hostile behavior” that included pulling things off walls and speaking erratically, the autopsy report said.

Attempts by the three friends to calm Pongi seemed to work until he went outside and jumped over the balcony railing, according to the report.

Denver police ruled the death an accident but said their investigation remains open.

Colorado law bans the sale of recreational marijuana products to people under 21. It is also illegal for those under 21 to possess marijuana, and adults can be charged with a felony for giving it to someone under the legal age.

Authorities said one of Pongi’s friends was old enough to buy the cookie from a pot shop. It was unclear whether the friend might face charges.

The medical examiner’s office had Pongi’s body tested for at least 250 different substances, including bath salts and synthetic marijuana, which are known to cause strange behavior. His blood tested positive only for THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, according to the report.

Dr. Scott Bentz said they see a number of patients every week who have seemingly overdosed on edible marijuana. They show symptoms from shortness of breath to paranoia.

“I think with edibles we’re in a bit of a danger zone,” said Bentz with Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center.

Bentz said it’s not typical of marijuana to affect impulse control. He adds that research is based mostly on marijuana that is inhaled, not ingested.
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Another work place violence. What the hell is the Clown going to blame this on!!!!!!!!
Allow me dumbo, More than likely he is a by-product of the Bush Cheney lie induced war. The shooter was a victim of that Iraq war blunder and had Post traumatic Stress of course a draft dodging idiot like you and most of the baggers on here don't have a clue.
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Knock it off, babee. You believe in God as much as you believe in the Easter Bunny.
But now...the Boy Messiah...hee, hee, that's a whole different religion....
As with most all subjects you are clueless. Allow me frog boy. There is far more proof of the Easter Bunny. At some point normal people expand their horizon, in bagger world they all remain in that obsessed fanatical bubble with no possible escape, doomed to regurgitate and spew stupid racism for ever, kinda like you Frogie. Little do you morons know that your daily misery is a great source of pleasure for normal people.
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Teaman wrote:
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I believe I said the same thing to RealDave a coupe of days ago. He kept using the word banks when it was the predatory lenders writing the bad mortgages. These lenders didn't have to hold their mortgages thereby passing on the risk to the GSEs. GSEs created a market for them. The lenders wouldn't be writing them if they had to hold them.
If lenders had to hold on to the loans then capital would be tied up preventing the creation of new loans. That was the whole reason behind Fannie and Freddie; to keep the flow of capital flowing and allowing banks to make more loans, not only for homes but also to businesses.
But the post I was responding to didn't have anything to do with GSEs did it? I was responding to an ignorant statement about the CRA.
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Grey Ghost wrote:
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As with most all subjects you are clueless. Allow me frog boy. There is far more proof of the Easter Bunny. At some point normal people expand their horizon, in bagger world they all remain in that obsessed fanatical bubble with no possible escape, doomed to regurgitate and spew stupid racism for ever, kinda like you Frogie. Little do you morons know that your daily misery is a great source of pleasure for normal people.
you're vastly understating the pleasure derived from watching those who take themselves way too seriously make fools of themselves.

i especially love the prognosticators. who haven't got one thing right in the last 5 years. i wonder how that feels? carol?
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Democrat fascism & totalitarianism challenged and corrected at liberal university!

"Oregon State University pays $101,000 to settle suit over trashed conservative paper"

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/04/03/oregon-s...
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As for George W. Bush, it’s true that he didn’t go to war after Russia invaded Georgia in 2008, but he took action in addition to slamming sanctions on Russia (sanctions that the Obama administration lifted in 2010, by the way).
http://newsbusters.org/blogs/paul-bremmer/201...
And those sanctions were exactly what? Your right wing blog doesn't seem to get into very much detail about that.
Come back when you've got something credible.
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you're vastly understating the pleasure derived from watching those who take themselves way too seriously make fools of themselves.
i especially love the prognosticators. who haven't got one thing right in the last 5 years. i wonder how that feels? carol?
You can add Flack to that list of prognosticators. Although if one is clueless probably not much that they can feel.
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Democrat fascism & totalitarianism challenged and corrected at liberal university!
"Oregon State University pays $101,000 to settle suit over trashed conservative paper"
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/04/03/oregon-s...
You mean there is a law against trashing trash?
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Incognito4Ever wrote:
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Rajendra Pachauri, chairperson of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change since 2002, is a liberal loon, an academia elitist from India, who was in cahoots with Al Gore's global warming scam and also made a bundle on false and misleading information. There were calls for him to step down after a flawed projection regarding glacier melt in the IPCC AR4 working group II report.
The same IPCC had to admit in another report that the climate is not as “sensitive” to CO2 as the alarmists and their now-debunked models expected.
The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its “State of the Climate in 2012” showing that 2012 was among the coldest so far this century. According to analysts, despite wildly misleading attempts to spin the findings, the data actually confirm that the globe has stopped warming for the last 15 years. The report also exposes the bogus “climate models” that predicted major warming based on increasing CO2 levels as wrong which credible scientists have been arguing all along.
The facts and data continue to make a mockery of UN theories and tax-funded climate alarmism, but that doesn't mean officials plan to stop the fear mongering anytime soon.
When someone finally explains how Co2 emissions caused an Ice Age, then we'll talk.
No liar, NOAA did not rank 2012 as the coldest year in this century. Here's what they actually said;
In 2012, the contiguous United States (CONUS) average annual temperature of 55.3°F was 3.2°F above the 20th century average, and was the warmest year in the 1895-2012 period of record for the nation. The 2012 annual temperature was 1.0°F warmer than the previous record warm year of 1998. Since 1895, the CONUS has observed a long-term temperature increase of about 0.13°F per decade.
Also NASA reported that 2012 was the ninth warmest year on record.
Ice ages are caused by many factors nitwit including volcanic activity and shifts in land masses. But they occur over long time periods unlike the climate change we're seeing today.

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