Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1460371 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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The Debils Mentally ILL

Buffalo, NY

#1165905 Jul 13, 2014
new yawk wrote:
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So, if I understand you slavin' so hard to protect the cute l'il babies is that right, baby?...
That had better NOT be your answer, sweetie...
Yeah, that's my answer, twinkie ...
new yawk

New York, NY

#1165906 Jul 13, 2014
Can you feel it?... The dead weight of it all jus' draggin' your spirits down... like tryin' to fellate a fat girl fo' instance...
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1165907 Jul 13, 2014
Karma is a_______ wrote:
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There's a book and theory out called freakeconomics. One of the thereoms is that crime went down in the 90's because abortion became legal in 72. Those unwanted children weren't born and 20 years later diddn't grow up to become criminals
a racist approach worthy of the Third Reich...and the basis of Planned Parenthood....
Yeah

Mililani, HI

#1165908 Jul 13, 2014
Teaman wrote:
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Switzerland comes close. Inspired by the American design, it's business friendly with low taxes. It is the wealthiest country in Europe.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Switzerland
Then you can start changing the US government to match.

Feel free to reduce the military spending as well.

Funny thing about their health care... it resembles more of the ACA than a free enterprise system but I'm sure that it's somehow acceptable.

Keep in mind they also have one of the highest immigration rates in Europe and have a number of languages spoken there.

Good luck!
new yawk

New York, NY

#1165909 Jul 13, 2014
The Debils Mentally ILL wrote:
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'Y'all" ? Nice Southern twang, al-abama. Thank God I'm a Sicilian Yankee!
Well, no one's dead - And everybody is continuing. So, quota schmota.
Yeah, your pendulum stopped swangin' a looong time ago.
Then you'd better find that KEY - And loose that DESIRE.
Because your particular desired outcome will come to naught.
It already has. Sway-Ay-Aying !!!
Ya think, sweetie? Feels to me like death, a thing I know very well... feels like that to you too... I can tell... have a nice day... just in case it's your last...
The Debils Mentally ILL

Buffalo, NY

#1165910 Jul 13, 2014
new yawk wrote:
OH! OH! OH! The game's gonna start... well... the PRE-game... sorry bitch I gots to go ...
Yes you do. And take your beating with you.

S'long, sorry sista' sludge ...

PS And don't forget your lollipop .... long lick loosy.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1165911 Jul 13, 2014
Patrick wrote:
The evidence is piling up now: Obamacare really does seem to be helping the uninsured.
Survey after survey is showing that the number of uninsured people has been going down since the start of enrollment last fall.
prove it......

with hard data, not surveys.....
Torn Sak

United States

#1165912 Jul 13, 2014
Patrick wrote:
The evidence is piling up now: Obamacare really does seem to be helping the uninsured.
Survey after survey is showing that the number of uninsured people has been going down since the start of enrollment last fall.
I know, right!

*Newly released documents from the House Energy and Commerce Committee found over 4 million inconsistencies in health care applications – affecting over 2 million Americans.

*Another 2.9 million Americans who signed up for Medicaid have not even had their applications processed yet.

*Small business workers are facing “unprecedented premium increases” and individual states are dealing with costly implementation programs.

*One month after he said that Obamacare horror stories were “lies,” Sen. Harry ¨The Racist¨ Reid (D-Nev.) now claims that he never said anything of the sort.
The Debils Mentally ILL

Buffalo, NY

#1165913 Jul 13, 2014
new yawk wrote:
Can you feel it?... The dead weight of it all jus' draggin' your spirits down... like tryin' to fellate a fat girl fo' instance...
No, I don't feel it. I'm in My Zone. Just because your spirits are down, don't project it!

That dead weight you feel is from your neck down. From me scrambling your brains.

Sort of like after a TKO ...
Obama The Worst

Matawan, NJ

#1165914 Jul 13, 2014
scirocco wrote:
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Remember this?
Flashback, Obama Mocks GOP on Border Security:‘They’ll Want a Moat’ and ‘Alligators in the Moat’
( CNSNews.com )– In a speech near the U.S.-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas on May 10, 2011, President Barack Obama noted the steps taken by his administration to strengthen border security, but said Republicans in Congress were never satisfied and mocked that they will want a “higher fence” and then “a moat,” and then “alligators in the moat.”
http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/michael-c...
Obumbles amnesty by fiat was an open invitation and what does he do (as always)? He blames a law enacted during the Bush years. Which if that was true, the invasion would have happened years ago. Meanwhile,

"Mexico strictly enforces some of the harshest immigration laws in the world that either summarily deport or jail most who dare to cross Mexican borders illegally, much less attempt to work inside Mexico or become politically active. If America were to emulate Mexico's immigration policies, millions of Mexican nationals living in the U.S. immediately would be sent home.

How, then, are tens of thousands of Central American children crossing with impunity hundreds of miles of Mexican territory, often sitting atop Mexican trains? Does Mexico believe that the massive influxes will serve to render U.S. immigration law meaningless, and thereby completely shred an already porous border? Is Mexico simply ensuring that the surge of poorer Central Americans doesn't dare stop in Mexico on its way north?

The media talks of a moral crisis on the border. It is certainly that, but not entirely in the way we are told. What sort of callous parents simply send their children as pawns northward without escort, in selfish hopes of soon winning for themselves either remittances or eventual passage to the U.S? What sort of government allows its vulnerable youth to pack up and leave, without taking any responsibility for such mass flight?

Here in the U.S., how can our government simply choose not to enforce existing laws?

In reaction, could U.S. citizens emulate Washington's ethics and decide not to pay their taxes, or to disregard traffic laws, or to build homes without permits?

Who in the pen-and-phone era of Obama gets to decide which law to follow and which to ignore?"
The Debils Mentally ILL

Buffalo, NY

#1165915 Jul 13, 2014
new yawk wrote:
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Ya think, sweetie? Feels to me like death, a thing I know very well... feels like that to you too... I can tell... have a nice day... just in case it's your last...
Everything to you feels like death. Because you're the embodiment of it.

You can't even tell when you've shown your hand, played your last Ace and are Trumped
Out ...

And you can tell ... All of the above ARE Your Tells ...

You have a nice day too, if you can. And don't play poker. You're pathetic at bluffing.
Torn Sak

United States

#1165916 Jul 13, 2014
¨[In April] Obama used the announcement that there were now eight million people signed up for ObamaCare as the excuse for yet another touchdown dance celebrating what he touted as the success of his signature health-care law. The president’s boasts were as unfounded as the numbers are bogus.

[The] ObamaCare losers may well equal or outnumber the number of those who have actually benefited from it.

Even more to the point, the administration’s delays of many of the provisions of the law have put off the negative impact it will have on jobs and the economy until after the midterm elections.¨
Obama The Worst

Matawan, NJ

#1165917 Jul 13, 2014
How can American immigration authorities simply send immigrant kids all over the United States and drop them into communities without firm guarantees of waiting sponsors or family? If private charities did that, would the operators be jailed? Would American parents be arrested for putting their unescorted kids on buses headed out of state?

Liberal elites talk down to the cash-strapped middle class about their illiberal anger over the current immigration crisis. But most sermonizers are hypocritical.

Take Nancy Pelosi, former speaker of the House. She lectures about the need for near-instant amnesty for thousands streaming across the border. But Pelosi is a multimillionaire, and thus rich enough not to worry about the increased costs and higher taxes needed to offer instant social services to the new arrivals.

Progressives and ethnic activists see in open borders extralegal ways to gain future constituents dependent on an ever-growing government, with instilled grudges against any who might not welcome their flouting of U.S. laws. How moral is that?

Likewise, the CEOs of Silicon Valley and Wall Street who want cheap labor from south of the border assume that their own offspring's private academies will not be affected by thousands of undocumented immigrants, that their own neighborhoods will remain non-integrated, and that their own medical services and specialists' waiting rooms will not be made available to the poor arrivals.

Have immigration-reform advocates such as Mark Zuckerberg of Michael Bloomberg offered one of their mansions as a temporary shelter for needy Central American immigrants?

Couldn't Yale or Stanford welcome homeless immigrants into their now under-occupied summertime dorms?

Why aren't elite academies such as Sidwell Friends or the Menlo School offering their gymnasia as places of refuge for tens of thousands of school-age Central Americans?

What a strange, selfish and callous alliance of rich corporate grandees, cynical left-wing politicians and ethnic chauvinists who have conspired to erode U.S. law for their own narrow interests, all the while smearing those who object as xenophobes, racists and nativists.

How did such immoral special interests hijack U.S. immigration law and arbitrarily decide for 300 million Americans who earns entry into America, under what conditions, and from where?

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#1165918 Jul 13, 2014
scirocco wrote:
<quoted text>
Remember this?
Flashback, Obama Mocks GOP on Border Security:‘They’ll Want a Moat’ and ‘Alligators in the Moat’
( CNSNews.com )– In a speech near the U.S.-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas on May 10, 2011, President Barack Obama noted the steps taken by his administration to strengthen border security, but said Republicans in Congress were never satisfied and mocked that they will want a “higher fence” and then “a moat,” and then “alligators in the moat.”
http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/michael-c...
Spunds to me like he said more secure.

More secure than with your hero George W Bush was President.

He never said it stopped all illegal crossings.

You do realize that this current situation is he accumulation of those stopped from crossing illegally, right.
Obama The Worst

Matawan, NJ

#1165919 Jul 13, 2014
Thanks to the libs, the US is rapidly evolving into a central american banana republic itself, a nation of the very rich and the poor while the middle class--the strength of any free society-- is being systematically not only ignored and disrespected but wiped out.

We are becoming Venezuela.

And since we have a state media, the MSM, 90% of what people (low information voters) see and which exists and dedicates itself to protecting the ruling class and would no more pursue unflattering news stories or opinions about the Leader than those countries would about their government or Pravda would have about Stalin, you have the perfect storm for the end of the great American experiment.

Meanwhile, Obumbles is yucking it up at campaign fund raisers and still blaming everyone but his own failed policies.

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#1165920 Jul 13, 2014
mdbuilder wrote:
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Come on....Dave. You know better than that.
I was only reading your post.

I said you were a whiney selfish assh*le for risking your children's future with your climate change denial and you said something like "That confirms it".

Since: May 11

Chambersburg, PA

#1165921 Jul 13, 2014
Teaman wrote:
Funny chit there Tea Bagger. Being more secure does not mean completely secure.

.

Since: Jan 11

Hackettstown, NJ

#1165922 Jul 13, 2014
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>Then you can start changing the US government to match.
Feel free to reduce the military spending as well.
Funny thing about their health care... it resembles more of the ACA than a free enterprise system but I'm sure that it's somehow acceptable.
Keep in mind they also have one of the highest immigration rates in Europe and have a number of languages spoken there.
Good luck!
They matched their government to ours, or was inspired by ours.

Their entire able bodied male population is the military similar to our militia, or now, the National Guard. When you stay out of everyone else's business, you don't really need an enormous military.

The ACA isn't a problem at a state level. Other states would have the freedom to adopt other methods of their own. Switzerland's population is about the same as New York City, not 360 million.

What's your problem with immigration? There are a number of languages spoken here also, about 250 in my state alone.

Since: Jan 11

Hackettstown, NJ

#1165923 Jul 13, 2014
RealDave wrote:
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Funny chit there Tea Bagger. Being more secure does not mean completely secure.
.
That's not what you asked. Now, you're moving the goal posts to completely secure.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1165924 Jul 13, 2014
Torn Sak wrote:
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I know, right!
*Newly released documents from the House Energy and Commerce Committee found over 4 million inconsistencies in health care applications – affecting over 2 million Americans.
*Another 2.9 million Americans who signed up for Medicaid have not even had their applications processed yet.
*Small business workers are facing “unprecedented premium increases” and individual states are dealing with costly implementation programs.
*One month after he said that Obamacare horror stories were “lies,” Sen. Harry ¨The Racist¨ Reid (D-Nev.) now claims that he never said anything of the sort.
Medicaid is welfare, NOT insurance....

anybody previously insured who is now on Medicaid is newly uninsured....

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