How Obama's 2nd Inauguration Will Differ From 2009

Dec 10, 2012 Full story: National Public Radio 192

Construction is underway on the viewing stand in front of the U.S. Capitol for President Barack Obama's Inauguration Day ceremonies on Jan.

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Dr for spying

Turku, Finland

#1 Dec 10, 2012
Dr for spying blogger reports for public awareness;

The following is probable imaginary scenario;

No other possible way to avert such situation but only when Bashar's doomed regime is to be surrendered.

The coming brutal death and total elimination for the christians, Noseiris sect and for Kurdish separatists in the Syria if Bashar's doomed regime doesn't surrendered soon. Such scenario will not be limited but it will be beyond the Syrian borders.

Or attacking so called Israel with chemical weapons. An action that will pleased all and it will be observed as repent and regret of what happened in the past.

That will perhaps lead to better end for the regime and will open a gate of reconciliation with those which are suspected for being involved in backup Bashar's regime.

Although, the possibility for fair trial for the elements of Bashar's regime will be possible.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#3 Dec 10, 2012
oh yeah, it'll be different...this year the theme music will be 'tonite we're gonna party like it's 1865' performed by Jay Z and Beyonce, with an assist from the pimp with a limp.

Since: Feb 07

Whitman,Ma

#4 Dec 10, 2012
Will it be President for Life??
ronone

Pittsburgh, PA

#6 Dec 10, 2012
youtube.com/watch... … Our Goverment at Work? geez?

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#7 Dec 10, 2012
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>You are so jealous and just can't stand the fact that he won again...suck it up looser. Obama reigns!!!
naw, i knew he would win, I predicted it months ago....I didn't say I hoped he would, but in reality, he could not lose. Same with whoever runs next for the Dems...which will probably be Hillary but who knows, maybe Valerie Jarrett will jump in there, if she would team up with Oprah or Whoopi, they could run on the 'keep it chocolate' theme. Just promise the 47% ers mo free shit...course, by 2016, the 47% will be up to about 60%ers. and it'll be yalls forever.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#8 Dec 10, 2012
Oh it will be a different inauguration alright.

"Hope and Change" is "Dead and Gone", the 51 percent who voted for the status quo will have their hands out looking for the goodies Obama promised them, while the nearly 49 percent of American voters who still value some semblance of liberty will continue to keep spending tight, invest overseas where the free market is still somewhat viable, and look for loopholes to Obama's onerous new taxes that are kicking in next year.

Welcome to the America of Tomorrow, same as the America of Today.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#10 Dec 10, 2012
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>No you did not. You said mitt would win. I am still waiting for my free stuff. You are still a dumbazz jerk.
yeah but my ancestors never had to pick cotton
X Obama Supporter

Coffeyville, KS

#11 Dec 10, 2012
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>You are so jealous and just can't stand the fact that he won again...suck it up looser. Obama reigns!!!
I'm not "jealous" of Obama because he won, I don't anyone that is. Alot of people are upset and sad for our country but there is no "jealousy" involved.

Why would you think we're "jealous"......were you "jealous" when Bush won? That is kind of weird thing to feel about a presidential election. Most people are either just happy or upset....never heard anyone that was "jealous" before.

Since: Dec 07

Athens, TX

#13 Dec 10, 2012
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>You are so jealous and just can't stand the fact that he won again...suck it up looser. Obama reigns!!!
Republicans retained control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Across the country, Republicans reached a post-2000 record number of gubernatorial victories.
Tea Party candidate Ted Cruz, one of the conservative movement’s brightest rising stars, overcame establishment GOP opposition to clinch a U.S. Senate victory in Texas.

Corruptocrat Beltway barnacle Rep. Pete Stark was finally kicked out of office in California.

Despite entrenched teachers’ union opposition, a charter school initiative in Washington state triumphed.

Despite entrenched Big Labor support, a radical collective bargaining power grab in Michigan failed

You didn't win shyte. Oblumber better behave himself, he's being watch closley.

But don't worry, with all the obama voters getting laid off after Nov. 6th, they'll finally have something in common with Keith Olbermann!! LOL
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#14 Dec 10, 2012
Wake up USA wrote:
Will it be President for Life??
Why Liberals Are More Intelligent Than Conservatives
Liberals think they’re more intelligent than conservatives because they are

It is difficult to define a whole school of political ideology precisely, but one may reasonably define liberalism (as opposed to conservatism) in the contemporary United States as the genuine concern for the welfare of genetically unrelated others and the willingness to contribute larger proportions of private resources for the welfare of such others. In the modern political and economic context, this willingness usually translates into paying higher proportions of individual incomes in taxes toward the government and its social welfare programs. Liberals usually support such social welfare programs and higher taxes to finance them, and conservatives usually oppose them.

Defined as such, liberalism is evolutionarily novel. Humans (like other species) are evolutionarily designed to be altruistic toward their genetic kin, their friends and allies, and members of their deme (a group of intermarrying individuals) or ethnic group. They are not designed to be altruistic toward an indefinite number of complete strangers whom they are not likely ever to meet or interact with. This is largely because our ancestors lived in a small band of 50-150 genetically related individuals, and large cities and nations with thousands and millions of people are themselves evolutionarily novel.

The examination of the 10-volume compendium The Encyclopedia of World Cultures, which describes all human cultures known to anthropology (more than 1,500) in great detail, as well as extensive primary ethnographies of traditional societies, reveals that liberalism as defined above is absent in these traditional cultures. While sharing of resources, especially food, is quite common and often mandatory among hunter-gatherer tribes, and while trade with neighboring tribes often takes place, there is no evidence that people in contemporary hunter-gatherer bands freely share resources with members of other tribes.

Because all members of a hunter-gatherer tribe are genetic kin or at the very least friends and allies for life, sharing resources among them does not qualify as an expression of liberalism as defined above. Given its absence in the contemporary hunter-gatherer tribes, which are often used as modern-day analogs of our ancestral life, it may be reasonable to infer that sharing of resources with total strangers that one has never met or is not likely ever to meet – that is, liberalism – was not part of our ancestral life. Liberalism may therefore be evolutionarily novel, and the Hypothesis would predict that more intelligent individuals are more likely than less intelligent individuals to espouse liberalism as a value.

Analyses of large representative samples, from both the United States and the United Kingdom, confirm this prediction. In both countries, more intelligent children are more likely to grow up to be liberals than less intelligent children. For example, among the American sample, those who identify themselves as “very liberal” in early adulthood have a mean childhood IQ of 106.4, whereas those who identify themselves as “very conservative” in early adulthood have a mean childhood IQ of 94.8.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#16 Dec 10, 2012
fedupwiththemess wrote:
<quoted text>They were to busy making folks work for free and raping black women and children.
well just relax and enjoy it.
You Ex

United States

#17 Dec 10, 2012
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
yeah but my ancestors never had to pick cotton
How's that
Prius
Working out for you?
You Ex

United States

#18 Dec 10, 2012
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
<quoted text>
Republicans retained control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Across the country, Republicans reached a post-2000 record number of gubernatorial victories.
Tea Party candidate Ted Cruz, one of the conservative movement’s brightest rising stars, overcame establishment GOP opposition to clinch a U.S. Senate victory in Texas.
Corruptocrat Beltway barnacle Rep. Pete Stark was finally kicked out of office in California.
Despite entrenched teachers’ union opposition, a charter school initiative in Washington state triumphed.
Despite entrenched Big Labor support, a radical collective bargaining power grab in Michigan failed
You didn't win shyte. Oblumber better behave himself, he's being watch closley.
But don't worry, with all the obama voters getting laid off after Nov. 6th, they'll finally have something in common with Keith Olbermann!! LOL
Only a
Texan
Can take an
Ass whupping
Like nov 6ths's
And say "we won"
Texas Vertigo at is most absurd!!!!
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#19 Dec 10, 2012
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
naw, i knew he would win, I predicted it months ago....I didn't say I hoped he would, but in reality, he could not lose. Same with whoever runs next for the Dems...which will probably be Hillary but who knows, maybe Valerie Jarrett will jump in there, if she would team up with Oprah or Whoopi, they could run on the 'keep it chocolate' theme. Just promise the 47% ers mo free shit...course, by 2016, the 47% will be up to about 60%ers. and it'll be yalls forever.
You predicted it?

Wow! You must be the only Ratwinger in the country who
wasn't totally suckered in by the Fox News and Propaganda
Bubble rantings. Even the canniest Republican "thinkers" were
completely convinced that Romney was a cinch to beat Obama.

You're a real jewel.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#20 Dec 10, 2012
Cary L Nickel wrote:
Oh it will be a different inauguration alright.
"Hope and Change" is "Dead and Gone", the 51 percent who voted for the status quo will have their hands out looking for the goodies Obama promised them, while the nearly 49 percent of American voters who still value some semblance of liberty will continue to keep spending tight, invest overseas where the free market is still somewhat viable, and look for loopholes to Obama's onerous new taxes that are kicking in next year.
Welcome to the America of Tomorrow, same as the America of Today.
Obama's new taxes? You mean George W. Bush's tax plan to let
the tax cuts expire?

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#21 Dec 10, 2012
You Ex wrote:
<quoted text>
How's that
Prius
Working out for you?
somebody keyed it at Starbucks the other night.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#22 Dec 10, 2012
Gary wrote:
<quoted text>
You predicted it?
Wow! You must be the only Ratwinger in the country who
wasn't totally suckered in by the Fox News and Propaganda
Bubble rantings. Even the canniest Republican "thinkers" were
completely convinced that Romney was a cinch to beat Obama.
You're a real jewel.
awww, now you're making me blush.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#23 Dec 10, 2012
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
yeah but my ancestors never had to pick cotton
Too busy making moonshine and dodging the feds
to do actual work, huh?

But, I guess even you flea-scratching hillbillies
can look down on picking cotton.

By the way, how are things up there in Possum
Holler?

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#25 Dec 10, 2012
Gary wrote:
<quoted text>
Too busy making moonshine and dodging the feds
to do actual work, huh?
But, I guess even you flea-scratching hillbillies
can look down on picking cotton.
By the way, how are things up there in Possum
Holler?
not bad at all...global warming has not stopped lately, it was 75 yesterday, and we all sat on the porch, while the dogs were playing under it, and enjoyed the breeze coming off the retention pond from the pulpwood plant next door. We have one of the nicest spots in the trailer park. Hows things up your way, have you bought any of that new legal weed yet?
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#26 Dec 10, 2012
I imagine that on Obama's second inauguration day most Ratwingers will stay in their spider holes with the lid shut tight.

Oh what a beautiful morning,
Oh what a beautiful day....
I've got a wonderful feeling,
Ratwingers won't have a nice day...

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