Barack Obama, our next President

"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 ... Read more

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#813126 Nov 28, 2012
carol wrote:
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Now Homer, that wasn't very nice, calling EasyEed all those names.
Say you're sorry.
"carol"
No apology wanted or expected. An apology from "homo" would mean nothing, like all he posts.
Peace
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#813127 Nov 28, 2012
EasyEed wrote:
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"silly"
You are disappointing your fans, you have not opined as to the wit of those who slur and demean women they disagree with. Now if someone was to slur and demean women like the presidents wife, nancy pelousy, etal you would be giving them kudo's. Your lack of reponse shows your hypocrisy.
Peace
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American Lady

Danville, KY

#813128 Nov 28, 2012
REMEMBER this:
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The children's father, CNBC digital media executive Kevin Krim, was away on a business trip when the killings occurred.

The couple's apartment building sits in one of the city's most idyllic neighborhoods, a block from Central Park, near the Museum of Natural History and blocks from Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The neighborhood is home to many affluent families, and seeing children accompanied by nannies is an everyday part of life there.

http://www.wthr.com/story/20205837/nyc-nanny-...

In Recognition of CNBC’s Kevin Krim and Family
While we were away at the Sedona conference, CNBC ran the story (1) of the Spire Law Group’s $43 trillion national home owners’ law suit alleging money laundering and racketeering. The next day the two daughters of CNBC executive Kevin Krim were killed, ostensibly by their nanny. Immediately following their murder, CNBC dropped the article.

It’s probable that everyone has read the story and we don’t need to repost it here.(2) It was reprinted all over the net once Alex Jones’ planet.infowars.com published it.(3)

But the murder of Krim’s two daughters, if it was carried out by the Illuminati, does remind us of the price that some people have paid for standing up for the truth. We tend to dismiss the mainstream media for capitulating to the cabal but we also tend to forget the price that some courageous journalists have paid for printing the real news.
http://the2012scenario.com/2012/11/in-recogni...
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#813130 Nov 28, 2012
Jon Huntsman: GOP Primary Barriers To Entry Were 'Pretty Damn Low'

His sharpest words were directed not to the future of the GOP but at the not-so-distant past. Huntsman described the Republican primary process as corrosive, producing pledge-signing, cookie-cutter candidates more interested in money and publicity than policy. Recalling one particular debate, Huntsman described the sensation he felt observing his fellow White House aspirants.

"Some do it professionally. Some were entertainers," he said of the Republican presidential field. "I looked down the debate stage, and half of them were probably on Fox contracts at one point in their career. You do that. You write some books. You go out and you sell some more. You get a radio gig or a TV gig out of it or something. And it's like, you say to yourself, the barriers of entry to this game are pretty damn low."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/28/jon-...
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#813132 Nov 28, 2012
Stocks rallied on Wednesday after comments from House Speaker John Boehner, the top Republican in Congress, on a possible compromise to avoid the "fiscal cliff" turned the market around.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/11/28/us-...
ra_con_teur

Blanchard, OK

#813133 Nov 28, 2012
sonicfilter wrote:
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very witty. you're almost up to carol's level.
...and here I thought because of affirmative action we were all equal...

You must be one hell of a speaker installer...
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#813134 Nov 28, 2012
RealDave wrote:
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Obama's plan included spending cuts. When the f*ck will you right whiners pull your heads of out of your asses for a change. Quit being so damned uninformed.
The last time Obama reformed an entitlement, you fricken morons went screaming through the streets how Obama gutted Medicare.
Make up your mind.
Today, Obama specifically called for tax increases prior to any discussion of spending cuts, indicating that he is not interested in a solution.
ra_con_teur

Blanchard, OK

#813135 Nov 28, 2012
sonicfilter wrote:
Stocks rallied on Wednesday after comments from House Speaker John Boehner, the top Republican in Congress, on a possible compromise to avoid the "fiscal cliff" turned the market around.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/11/28/us-...
You don't own any stocks...
Your only investing strategy is living to redeem a social security cheque...
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#813136 Nov 28, 2012
sonicfilter wrote:
Mitt Romney can take some solace in his devastating loss on Nov. 6: at least he won the voters who really count.
That’s the thesis anyway of top adviser Stuart Stevens, who penned an op-ed in the Washington Post on Wednesday arguing that by winning wealthier and whiter voters, Romney secured the moral victory over Obama.
“On Nov. 6, Mitt Romney carried the majority of every economic group except those with less than $50,000 a year in household income,” Stevens wrote.“That means he carried the majority of middle-class voters. While John McCain lost white voters under 30 by 10 points, Romney won those voters by seven points, a 17-point shift.”
According to Stevens,“The Republican Party has problems, but as we go forward, let’s remember that any party that captures the majority of the middle class must be doing something right.” As a result,“Republican ideals — Mitt Romney — carried the day.”
The argument that poorer voters are inherently inferior seems to undercut the campaign’s central message over the last two years: that Romney’s top concern was providing jobs for the jobless. The unemployed Americans Romney highlighted in ads, speeches and photo-ops make under $50,000 a year almost by definition and campaign videos like the one below are jarring next to Stevens’ latest piece.
Stevens notably never mentioned jobs and unemployment in his op-ed, instead focusing on how Romney championed “the moral case for free enterprise and conservative economics.”
Unfortunately for Romney, poor and minority votes counted just the same as the allegedly superior votes Stevens favored. The result was an electoral college blowout for the president powered by strong turnout and margins among young voters, Latinos, African Americans, and women.
But Stevens had an explanation for that, too. Obama was “a charismatic African American president with a billion dollars, no primary and a media that often felt morally conflicted about being critical. How easy is that to replicate?”
http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2012/11/st...
So, Romney carried the voters who produce the goods and services and pay the taxes, while Obama carried the takers. That may be a winning strategy politically, but a disaster economically. In other words, a Pyrrhic victory.

Sooner or later the producers will tire of being slaves. Then the takers will resort to economic cannibalism.

Since: May 11

Loysville, PA

#813137 Nov 28, 2012
John Galt wrote:
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Today, Obama specifically called for tax increases prior to any discussion of spending cuts, indicating that he is not interested in a solution.
You are ridiculous.

The current discussion is on taxes & in particular renewing the Bush tax cuts.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#813138 Nov 28, 2012
RealDave wrote:
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Obama reformed Medicare saving 716 billion over ten years.
Just because you don;'t like what he did with the savings does not change the reforms.
Obama has not saved a nickel yet. He simply reduced funding for Medicare by 716 billion, resulting in rationing of services for senior citizens, and transferred the money to providing medical care for illegal aliens.

Since: May 11

Loysville, PA

#813139 Nov 28, 2012
John Galt wrote:
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So, Romney carried the voters who produce the goods and services and pay the taxes, while Obama carried the takers. That may be a winning strategy politically, but a disaster economically. In other words, a Pyrrhic victory.
Sooner or later the producers will tire of being slaves. Then the takers will resort to economic cannibalism.
If that were true then Obama would not have over 50% of the vote.

Even a sizable portion of those in Romney's 47% work & produce goods.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#813140 Nov 28, 2012
RealDave wrote:
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We are talking about man made global warming.
I guess you believe that pumping crap into our atmosphere has no effect.
No direct cause-and-effect has ever been measured. Only inferences from temperature variations.
TheIndependentMa jority

East Bernstadt, KY

#813141 Nov 28, 2012
No panhandling wrote:
<quoted text>Another deadbeat begging for money for carpet munch-ers.
Send their names to that town in Colorado that's trying to ban the Salvation Army panhandling...make 'em switch spots. At least the Salavation Army is voluntary--NOT COMMIETIC entitleMENTALed!!
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#813142 Nov 28, 2012
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>There is already real and measurable economic growth although you won't read about it here or on the hack sites.
My area, which was ground zero in the mortgage and retail meltdown is showing strong signs of recovery beginning with the unemployment rate becoming manageable. Additionally the foreclosed and abandoned homes are selling again, quickly in certain areas. Retail is back and tourism supplemented by strong South American economies is cranking at near all time highs.
I thought the mess that BushCo created would take a dozen or more years to fix.
GDP growth is still in the crapper.
TheIndependentMa jority

East Bernstadt, KY

#813143 Nov 28, 2012
RealDave wrote:
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You are ridiculous.
The current discussion is on taxes & in particular renewing the Bush tax cuts.
The ones that oposterpotus and par-tay wanted to let drop?

The ones that will cost the avaerage household yet MORE every year?

The ones that the clueless (often NON-contributing, lazy slcakerTic fweeriding type DUHMazzez) assume was only for those "e-vile rich" people?

Those tax cuts?

Since: May 11

Loysville, PA

#813144 Nov 28, 2012
EasyEed wrote:
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"real dumb"
You are dumb. You know damn well Majority Leader Reid would bring those bills passed by the house if he knew they would be shot down. He would love to have something to crow about. He does not allow a vote because they know the bills would pass.
"real dumb" do you practice stoopid or is natural in your life?
Peace
KMA
Republicans: Create jobs & repeal the ACA.

When voted down you fricken bozos would run screaming through the streets how Democrats voted against jobs,

Evidently Harry Reid is not as f*cking stupid as you evidently are.
TheIndependentMa jority

East Bernstadt, KY

#813145 Nov 28, 2012
John Galt wrote:
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Obama has not saved a nickel yet. He simply reduced funding for Medicare by 716 billion, resulting in rationing of services for senior citizens, and transferred the money to providing medical care for illegal aliens.
and apparently has given fwee texting and internet to fweeriding non-producers??

What a sickening robbinghoodietic scam out of other peoples pockets and off of OTHER peoples backs.
TheIndependentMa jority

East Bernstadt, KY

#813148 Nov 28, 2012
John Galt wrote:
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So, Romney carried the voters who produce the goods and services and pay the taxes, while Obama carried the takers. That may be a winning strategy politically, but a disaster economically. In other words, a Pyrrhic victory.
Sooner or later the producers will tire of being slaves. Then the takers will resort to economic cannibalism.
Let's hopey changey they chew themselves up and spit themselves out first lol
TheIndependentMa jority

East Bernstadt, KY

#813149 Nov 28, 2012
ra_con_teur wrote:
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You don't own any stocks...
Your only investing strategy is living to redeem a social security cheque...
Fweerides fer everone!!!

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