Reasons to cheer For President Obama ...
truth

Bronx, NY

#623 Jun 15, 2013
ZCs wrote:
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And some will have to stop being a racist.
Want some cheese with that whine?
Racists are ignorant A-Holes who can't help themselves.
You know what goes well with whine and cheese, there's plenty of them on Topix forums.
truth

Bronx, NY

#624 Jun 15, 2013
ZCs wrote:
President Obama exposes another ignorant racist and another reason to cheer.
Another Republican Congressman is apologizing for homophobic and racist tweets sent by his teenage son.
Joey Heck, the 16-year-old son of Nevada Rep. Joe Heck referred to President Obama as a "f----t" and "n---a", praising former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney for making the Democrat "his slave" during a 2012 presidential debate.
The conservative Catholic politician said "that type of language has never been permitted in our home," of the messages posted on Twitter by the youngest of his three children.
That stupid kid is a racist dumbass who needs the sh!t slapped out of him.
Wanna bet the punk lacks the courage to say that to someone's face?
ZCs

New York, NY

#625 Jul 5, 2013
195,000 more reasons to cheer for our great

President Obama!!!

Right power!!!

The U.S. economy added 195,000 jobs in June, continuing a steady expansion as private hiring across a broad spectrum of businesses offset small declines in federal government employment and manufacturing.

The number beat analysts’ forecasts, and while not enough to push down the 7.6 percent unemployment rate may stoke expectations that the Federal Reserve will begin reducing its support for U.S. financial markets this fall. The timing of any Fed “tapering” of its monthly asset purchases has become a key issue in the debate over domestic and global economic policy and is tied closely to growth in the U.S. economy and progress on reducing the unemployment rate.

Since: Jan 08

brooklyn

#626 Jul 5, 2013
I wish they were more like Bobby and Whitney.......Obama would be facing jail time and that pig michelle would be dead!
ZCs

New York, NY

#628 Jul 6, 2013
You got the President.

Bush should be facing jail time and his wife should

be deported back to Mexico

“Forward - over the cliff!!”

Since: Jul 10

Soetoro, Kenya

#629 Jul 6, 2013
The only reason to cheer is that The Stooge has only another two years to spread havoc and incompetence.

Since: Jun 13

United States

#630 Jul 6, 2013
He has also hurt the working class with his open border agenda, global warming propaganda and more.

http://youtu.be/qJqeq1Xsnc4

Since: Jan 08

brooklyn

#631 Jul 7, 2013
ZCs wrote:
You got the President.
Bush should be facing jail time and his wife should
be deported back to Mexico
I see someone trained a chimp to type, now if we could train them to think and work we would really have something!
ZCs

New York, NY

#632 Jul 20, 2013
freind of roy de wrote:
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I see someone trained a chimp to type, now if we could train them to think and work we would really have something!
Typical Ignorant racist spew. Nothing new. If only your parents taught you not to be an ignorant racist dope may be America might be a better place.
ZCs

New York, NY

#633 Jul 20, 2013
Another reason to Cheer for President Obama!!!

Right Power!!!!!

President Barack Obama surprised reporters in the White House briefing room Friday, delivering remarks on the case involving the death of Trayvon Martin that many say are among his most important as president.

ZCs

New York, NY

#634 Jul 20, 2013
Pfluger the Union Monkey wrote:
The only reason to cheer is that The Stooge has only another two years to spread havoc and incompetence.
President oBAMA is GOAT!!!

And don't you forget it!!!
ZCs

New York, NY

#635 Jul 26, 2013
Another reason to cheer for President Obama!!!

“We’re not a mean people. We’re not a selfish people. We’re not a people that just looks out for number one. Why should our politics reflect those kinds of values?”— President Barack Obama, 7/24/2013

There are many reasons that the right-wing in this country are going to hate President Barack Obama’s speech on his economic vision — delivered today at Knox College in Illinois — and that’s how you know it was one of the very best in his political career. For a little over an hour, the president stood in front of a large, boisterous crowd and delivered the first in what is promised to be a series of speeches of which the intent is to move the dialogue of the nation away from the incessant political theatrics of Darrell Issa’s buffoonery in the House.“Scandal fever” has become an epidemic in Washington and it appears that the Obama White House believes the economy is their vaccine.

Obama is one shrewd customer, and the Republicans always underestimate him. Yesterday’s speech set the parameters of the gambit that will either make or break his legacy — it will either create or stall the momentum his second term agenda needs. It’s him against the Tea Party-controlled Republican Congress. This speech was his declaration of intent — the battle is on.

Barack Obama has seemingly figured out what his greatest weapon is — the Bully Pulpit. For however long he chooses, he can go on a tour of the country and sell his vision at every stop along the way. Guess what the top news story in every market he visits will be? It’ll be Obama delivering a message like the one he brought to Illinois today when he said,“It’s not the ability to generate incredible wealth for the few, it’s our ability to give everybody a chance to pursue their own true measure of happiness. We haven’t just wanted success for ourselves; we want it for our neighbors, too.”
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#636 Jul 30, 2013
ZCs wrote:
<quoted text>
President oBAMA is GOAT!!!
And don't you forget it!!!
When his term is over and he's measured by history, he'll probably go down as one of the greatest presidents in modern American history.
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#637 Aug 16, 2013
Another reason to cheer for our great President Obama

President Obama on Saturday announced an initiative to help treat veterans with brain injuries and mental-health conditions, as he and first lady Michelle Obama paid tribute to disabled veterans before departing on their summer holiday.

Speaking to the annual conference of Disabled American Veterans, which represents 1.2 million people nationwide, Obama announced a $100 million grant to research centers, led by the University of Texas at San Antonio and Virginia Commonwealth University, dedicated to treating brain injuries and mental-health issues, particularly post-traumatic stress disorder.

President Obama on Saturday announced an initiative to help treat veterans with brain injuries and mental-health conditions, as he and first lady Michelle Obama paid tribute to disabled veterans before departing on their summer holiday.

Speaking to the annual conference of Disabled American Veterans, which represents 1.2 million people nationwide, Obama announced a $100 million grant to research centers, led by the University of Texas at San Antonio and Virginia Commonwealth University, dedicated to treating brain injuries and mental-health issues, particularly post-traumatic stress disorder.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#638 Aug 22, 2013
ZCs wrote:
Another reason to cheer for our great President Obama
President Obama on Saturday announced an initiative to help treat veterans with brain injuries and mental-health conditions, as he and first lady Michelle Obama paid tribute to disabled veterans before departing on their summer holiday.
Speaking to the annual conference of Disabled American Veterans, which represents 1.2 million people nationwide, Obama announced a $100 million grant to research centers, led by the University of Texas at San Antonio and Virginia Commonwealth University, dedicated to treating brain injuries and mental-health issues, particularly post-traumatic stress disorder.
President Obama on Saturday announced an initiative to help treat veterans with brain injuries and mental-health conditions, as he and first lady Michelle Obama paid tribute to disabled veterans before departing on their summer holiday.
Speaking to the annual conference of Disabled American Veterans, which represents 1.2 million people nationwide, Obama announced a $100 million grant to research centers, led by the University of Texas at San Antonio and Virginia Commonwealth University, dedicated to treating brain injuries and mental-health issues, particularly post-traumatic stress disorder.
That's a good thing.
Veterans should be treated with dignity and the respect they deserve.
ZCs

New York, NY

#641 Sep 21, 2013
More Republican reasons to cheer for President Obama!

Republicans' obsession with overturning ObamaCare is getting sillier and more dangerous at the same time. Now that they've failed to kill the law every way the rules allow — in Congress, the Supreme Court and in a presidential election — the opponents are taking hostages and, in effect, threatening to shoot them if they don't get their way.

Unfortunately for everyone involved, the hostages are the federal government and the U.S. economy.

REP. MARLIN STUTZMAN: ObamaCare hurts all Americans

The first hostage was taken Friday, when the House's GOP majority passed a bill that would keep the government running after Sept. 30, but only if ObamaCare is defunded.

That's not going to happen.

President Obama isn't about to let his signature legislative achievement be gutted. And leaders of the Senate's Democratic majority have already declared that they'll strip out the ObamaCare language and return the funding bill to the House. At that point, the House will face a choice: Pass the Senate plan and keep the government running, or reject it and trigger a partial shutdown.

House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, lived through the last government shutdown, in 1995-96, and knows the heavy price the GOP paid. But Boehner is outsourcing the decision to his Tea Party wing, which apparently sees ObamaCare the same way Captain Ahab saw the great white whale: worth any price to kill. Making matters worse are threats from conservative groups, such as the Club for Growth, that they'll support primary challenges against Republican lawmakers who stray from the anti-ObamaCare crusade.

If there's a comic aspect to all this, it's how much the extremism is being driven by schoolyard taunting between House and Senate Republicans about who hates ObamaCare the most.

But the potential impacts of their strategy, if that's what you can call something destined to fail, are distinctly un-funny.

The GOP hard-liners' contempt for the federal bureaucracy blinds them to the consequences of a government shutdown. In 1995-96, small businesses suffered as government contracts went on hold, National Parks and passport offices were closed, benefits for 3 million veterans were threatened and close to a million federal workers had to go without pay for weeks.

Even if a shutdown is averted with another last-minute deal to fund the government temporarily, the fight won't be over. The Republican Plan B is to attach language delaying ObamaCare for a year to a bill raising the nation's borrowing limit. Cooler heads in both parties have long warned that messing with the debt limit is extraordinarily dangerous. Even the hint that the U.S. government could default on the world's safest and most liquid form of debt — Treasury instruments — could have terrible consequences for interest rates and the nation's economy.

Boehner and other House leaders who have indulged conservative tantrums know both the nation and their party would be hurt by an unnecessary government shutdown, and grievously damaged by a failure to raise the debt ceiling.

At some point, they need to tell their nominal followers the truth about health reform: This is a democracy.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#642 Sep 27, 2013
ZCs wrote:
More Republican reasons to cheer for President Obama!
Republicans' obsession with overturning ObamaCare is getting sillier and more dangerous at the same time. Now that they've failed to kill the law every way the rules allow — in Congress, the Supreme Court and in a presidential election — the opponents are taking hostages and, in effect, threatening to shoot them if they don't get their way.
Unfortunately for everyone involved, the hostages are the federal government and the U.S. economy.
REP. MARLIN STUTZMAN: ObamaCare hurts all Americans
The first hostage was taken Friday, when the House's GOP majority passed a bill that would keep the government running after Sept. 30, but only if ObamaCare is defunded.
That's not going to happen.
President Obama isn't about to let his signature legislative achievement be gutted. And leaders of the Senate's Democratic majority have already declared that they'll strip out the ObamaCare language and return the funding bill to the House. At that point, the House will face a choice: Pass the Senate plan and keep the government running, or reject it and trigger a partial shutdown.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, lived through the last government shutdown, in 1995-96, and knows the heavy price the GOP paid. But Boehner is outsourcing the decision to his Tea Party wing, which apparently sees ObamaCare the same way Captain Ahab saw the great white whale: worth any price to kill. Making matters worse are threats from conservative groups, such as the Club for Growth, that they'll support primary challenges against Republican lawmakers who stray from the anti-ObamaCare crusade.
If there's a comic aspect to all this, it's how much the extremism is being driven by schoolyard taunting between House and Senate Republicans about who hates ObamaCare the most.
But the potential impacts of their strategy, if that's what you can call something destined to fail, are distinctly un-funny.
The GOP hard-liners' contempt for the federal bureaucracy blinds them to the consequences of a government shutdown. In 1995-96, small businesses suffered as government contracts went on hold, National Parks and passport offices were closed, benefits for 3 million veterans were threatened and close to a million federal workers had to go without pay for weeks.
Even if a shutdown is averted with another last-minute deal to fund the government temporarily, the fight won't be over. The Republican Plan B is to attach language delaying ObamaCare for a year to a bill raising the nation's borrowing limit. Cooler heads in both parties have long warned that messing with the debt limit is extraordinarily dangerous. Even the hint that the U.S. government could default on the world's safest and most liquid form of debt — Treasury instruments — could have terrible consequences for interest rates and the nation's economy.
Boehner and other House leaders who have indulged conservative tantrums know both the nation and their party would be hurt by an unnecessary government shutdown, and grievously damaged by a failure to raise the debt ceiling.
At some point, they need to tell their nominal followers the truth about health reform: This is a democracy.
They're a sick bunch, they need therapy to help them cope with losing, something they do very well.
ZCs

New York, NY

#643 Sep 28, 2013
President Obama brings Peace to the Middle East and this is just another reason to cheer for our great President, President Obama.

President Obama!!!

Right Power!!!!!!!!!!
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#644 Oct 3, 2013
ZCs wrote:
President Obama brings Peace to the Middle East and this is just another reason to cheer for our great President, President Obama.
President Obama!!!
Right Power!!!!!!!!!!
And he's standing up to the Teabagger Nut Loons holding the country hostage because they don't like a law the US Supreme court ratified as constitutional.
Too bad, they can't do anything about it, so they might as well get over it, the ACA is here to stay.
They a bunch of crybabies whose heads will roll in 2014.
ZCs

New York, NY

#645 Oct 5, 2013
The Affordable Healthcare act is just another reason to cheer for our great President Obama!

President Obama!!!

Right Power!!!

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