Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1620026 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: Feb 07

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#1186579 Aug 16, 2014
And, He still wants to be friends with the m.Brotherhood.
RoxLo wrote:
Islamic State militants killed scores of Yazidi men in a remote northern village and took hundreds of women and children captive, according to unconfirmed reports by Iraqi officials on Saturday..
The militants had surrounded the village of Kocho for 10 days before moving in on Friday and carrying out the killings, a Yazidi lawmaker said, citing accounts by two survivors.
The village contained about 300 men, but it was not immediately clear how many were killed. Iraqi news agencies reported that at least 81 died. About 600 women and children from the village have been taken to the town of Tal Afar, which is under the control of the militant group, the Yazidi lawmaker, Mahma Khalil, said in an interview.
http://www.latimes.com/world/middleeast/la-fg...
AlGore still expects to 'get paid' for the sale of American Access through Comcast.

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#1186580 Aug 16, 2014
TSM wrote:
The Behavior/looting happening in Ferguson is the By-Product of Liberalism!!
A modern FACISM. The return to Riots will be his legacy.

Since: Mar 14

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#1186581 Aug 16, 2014
If the Cherokee could vote, Jackson wouldn't have been so hasty to call them "savages". He would have provided them subsidy teepees and wampum welfare.

Just like Obama never addresses the real problems within the black community. He overlooks the black-on-black homicide rate and the statistics of babies born out of wedlock who can't get a good education because Democrats oppose a voucher system and who resort to crime and drugs instead. But they keep voting Democrat.

And that's all that matters.
TSM

El Paso, TX

#1186582 Aug 16, 2014
The ‘Gentle Giant’ caught on Video robbing a store and this is the family’s response, Brown Family Accuses Police of Character Assassination!!

This is the Type of response you get when you have a Race Baiter as your Lawyer!!

Since: Apr 09

Elmont, Long Island NY

#1186583 Aug 16, 2014
RoxLo wrote:
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Isn't it obvious that a DA who blows .239, is convicted of DWI & goes to jail, should resign as DA in charge of the integrity unit? Does anyone disagree? If so, why??
There have been plenty of politicians on both sides of the aisle arrested and convicted of drunk driving who haven't stepped down, why should she? In most cities the office of DA isan elected position, shouldn't we let the electorate decide who they wnat? after all that is what democracy is all about.

are you against letting the voters decide?
RoxLo wrote:
<quoted text>.
How does one violate VETO powers?
I would hazard to guess by using the veto power as a form of extortion, forcing someone to do something or else I'll veto this funding

Since: Apr 09

Elmont, Long Island NY

#1186584 Aug 16, 2014
RoxLo wrote:
Islamic State militants killed scores of Yazidi men in a remote northern village and took hundreds of women and children captive, according to unconfirmed reports by Iraqi officials on Saturday..
The militants had surrounded the village of Kocho for 10 days before moving in on Friday and carrying out the killings, a Yazidi lawmaker said, citing accounts by two survivors.
The village contained about 300 men, but it was not immediately clear how many were killed. Iraqi news agencies reported that at least 81 died. About 600 women and children from the village have been taken to the town of Tal Afar, which is under the control of the militant group, the Yazidi lawmaker, Mahma Khalil, said in an interview.
http://www.latimes.com/world/middleeast/la-fg...
the by-product of invading Iraq and removing the man who kept stability in the area. This is the gift that will keep giving, thank you President Dumbya.

at least his father knew what would happen if he had removed Saddam in 92, which is why he was smart enough not to
Patrick

United States

#1186585 Aug 16, 2014
Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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I find the very thought of them totally despicable; just imagine these swine showing up in lovely Tiburon; and then there will be the defenders; turning Robin Williams funeral into a circus. There are times when freedom of speech should not be allowed. I wish the cops wouldn't let them over the Golden Gate Bridge. It's enough.
Robin Williams would see the humor in these cretins ..... alas looking down from above.
Wish we could see his reactions and jokes at their expanse
Ray Donovan

East Hartford, CT

#1186586 Aug 16, 2014
Karma is a_______ wrote:
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There have been plenty of politicians on both sides of the aisle arrested and convicted of drunk driving who haven't stepped down, why should she? In most cities the office of DA isan elected position, shouldn't we let the electorate decide who they wnat? after all that is what democracy is all about.
Would you be saying the same thing had ¨politician¨ drunkenly waved a gun around, firing it but luckily not hitting and injuring or killing an innocent bystander?
Patrick

United States

#1186588 Aug 16, 2014
RoxLo wrote:
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Your lame defense of a fellow progressives making up his own facts.
What is it like to always being forced to defend fellow Progressives nutsy posts by you launching personal slurs of other posters? Really makes you feel like you have a point or something?
as my parrot :-)
"fellow Progressives nutsy posts..... fellow Progressives nutsy posts..... fellow Progressives nutsy posts"

Defending the only president we have at the time does not make one a progressive on all issues.
Defending the USA is important.
When President Bush was president, was not a troll looking for his high school grades, naked photos, his real father...etc.
When you lose an election you plan for the next and support the U S A !

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#1186589 Aug 16, 2014
RoxLo wrote:
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Obama needs to STOP making comments about an ongoing investigation. How about that concept?
This president's interpretation of an "ongoing investigation" means: "Until the media sweeps it under the rug and everyone forgets about it."

And until there's another scandal and another ongoing investigation....it's kind of a pattern now.

We've become numb with scandals and ongoing investigations.

Think that might be intentional? By the propagandists and the power elite?

One of the Rules for Radicals is to "overwhelm the system" using corruption as the means by which to do it. Maybe overwhelming the populace with corruption is included in that rule.
Ray Donovan

East Hartford, CT

#1186590 Aug 16, 2014
Patrick wrote:
<quoted text>
Robin Williams would see the humor in these cretins ..... alas looking down from above.
Wish we could see his reactions and jokes at their expanse
Love it when you guys attempt to justify censoring free speech -- simply because you neither like nor agree with what you're hearing.
Gunga Din

West Mifflin, PA

#1186591 Aug 16, 2014
Patrick wrote:
<quoted text>
Robin Williams would see the humor in these cretins ..... alas looking down from above.
Wish we could see his reactions and jokes at their expanse
Learn how to spell "expense" azzwipe LOL!
Patrick

United States

#1186592 Aug 16, 2014
Incognito4Ever wrote:
If the Cherokee could vote, Jackson wouldn't have been so hasty to call them "savages". He would have provided them subsidy teepees and wampum welfare..........
..........drifting again into your quagmire of historical google.
Ray Donovan

East Hartford, CT

#1186593 Aug 16, 2014
Pardon my French wrote:
<quoted text>An the President in the White House is keeping stability in the U S A right? you 1 dumb FK
Well, it's a negative situation so it's not his fault, not his responsibility. Oh, but he's mad about it...real mad. Yep...I heard he's so mad it's affected his short game.
Patrick

United States

#1186594 Aug 16, 2014
Ray Donovan wrote:
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Love it when you guys attempt to justify censoring free speech -- simply because you neither like nor agree with what you're hearing.
Can You read English? GED?

"Robin Williams would see the humor in these cretins ..... alas looking down from above.
Wish we could see his reactions and jokes at their expanse."

In favor of free speech and letting these idiots make fools of themselves!
Patrick

United States

#1186595 Aug 16, 2014
Gunga Din wrote:
<quoted text> Learn how to spell "expense" azzwipe LOL!
Lord Dumbwaiter.... How is the Queen...you still on hold?
Grey Ghost

Bumpass, VA

#1186596 Aug 16, 2014
flack wrote:
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That is a damn shame!!!!!
Here go Roxlo and the clueless Flakester.

Bush Team Doesn't Want People To See Human
Cost Of War; Even Body Bags Are
Now Sanitized As 'Transfer Tubes'
By Tim Harper
Washington Bureau
The Toronto Star
11-4-3

WASHINGTON -- Charles H. Buehring came home last week.

He arrived at the air force base in Dover, Del., in the middle of the night, in an aluminum shipping case draped in an American flag.

When the military truck drove his remains across the tarmac, workers paused and removed their hats.

He was met by a six-member honour guard acting as pallbearers, to allow a "dignified transfer" to the Charles C. Carson mortuary, where he became one of an estimated 60,000 American casualties of war that have been processed there over almost five decades.

"It reminds us we are at war," says Lt.-Col. Jon Anderson, who describes business at the Dover mortuary as "steady."

But America never saw Lt.-Col. Buehring's arrival, days after a rocket from a homemade launcher ended his life at age 40 in Baghdad's heavily fortified Rasheed Hotel last Monday.

Americans have never seen any of the other 359 bodies returning from Iraq. Nor do they see the wounded cramming the Walter Reed Army Medical Centre in Washington or soldiers who say they are being treated inhumanely awaiting medical treatment at Fort Stewart, Ga.

In order to continue to sell an increasingly unpopular Iraqi invasion to the American people, President George W. Bush's administration sweeps the messy parts of war - the grieving families, the flag-draped coffins, the soldiers who have lost limbs - into a far corner of the nation's attic.

No television cameras are allowed at Dover.

Bush does not attend the funerals of soldiers who gave their lives in his war on terrorism

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#1186597 Aug 16, 2014
Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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I'm in favor of keeping the cops honest
"silly"
"woodendick000" is simply trying to start an argument with you. To goad you. He fails to realize there is no expectation of privacy in public venues.
Peace
Lily Boca Raton FL

Boca Raton, FL

#1186598 Aug 16, 2014
flack wrote:
<quoted text> Squirrel and squirrel gravy are quite good especially over crumbled up buttermilk biscuits.
LOL! I knew I could count on you! They are rodents!
Ray Donovan

East Hartford, CT

#1186599 Aug 16, 2014
Patrick wrote:
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When you lose an election you plan for the next and support the U S A !
Supporting your country does not translate into supporting the current administration -- regardless of party in power.

The oft made claim that not supporting Obama and his agenda is somehow hurting our country is highly debatable on its best day, laughable in reality.

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