Barack Obama, our next President

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"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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JEB wrote:
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"GM is alive
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Osama bin Laden is dead."
that kind of boasting causes more harm around the Muslim world than any video that nobody has seen.....

and GM is on life support because the company really has not changed a damn thing about their lousy management and lousy products since they went bankrupt.....

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Tenzing wrote:
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I'm in Awwwww.
You just keep tryin' there little feller. You can do it!
I don't want to do it.

See? You're a man of constant sorrow.

One very sorry dood.
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Tenzing wrote:
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Yeah, they recognized it in '64.
Now what happened in '64 that mighta caused that? Caused the whole South to go red in one election cycle? What was that???
Hmmm ...
the Democrat party of today is more interested in getting more people dependent on the government, with better benefits....rather than growing the economy so that more people become self-sufficient....the party of the super-rich and the poor....
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Nobama wrote:
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the comment was about Vietnam in response to a previous comment about Vietnam.....
Since when has the reality of context ever mattered to Turdslinger?
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I think it was disappointing for Mr. Obama being at a fund raising with Jay-z while Americans were killed and U.S. Ambassador, Chris Stevens was murdered, tortured and dragged through the streets in Libya. To make matters worse Mr. Obama apologized to the Muslims.
Please pray for Mr. Stevens family.
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Nobama wrote:
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that kind of boasting causes more harm around the Muslim world than any video that nobody has seen...
Wonder if radical Islamists appreciate irony?
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<quoted text>And he wasn't even a resident when he ran for governor--that's another reason that not "too" many tax returns are released in total...and by a thirty point margin they don't want him back, either. You think Ann told them to just, "Stop it!"
Yeah and neither was Barack Hussein Obama? Only he isn't a natural born citizen? Bang your head again the wall again, you're a terrible apologist, Leo?? The teacher who has been told she knows all about Romney, and in actuality, is talking to herself? Where is the requirement in the U.S. Constitution that stipulates one must produce their tax returns to run for the U.S.Presidency? I'll give you a clue Teach, there isn't?? Give it a rest...

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Anonymous of Indy wrote:
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Article 1, Section 8
just one example
Clause 3. To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes;
Congress has the power to impose regulations on interstate and international business. This "interstate commerce clause" has been quite controversial in the history of constitutional law; for a long time, judges tended to read the clause narrowly, overturning federal laws they deemed focused mainly on regulating economic activity within states rather than between them. Since the 1930s, however, judges have tended to read the clause broadly, allowing the government to regulate all kinds of economic activity—by setting a national minimum wage, for example.
http://www.shmoop.com/constitution/article-1-...
"On every question of construction (of the constitution) let us carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates, and instead of trying what meaning may be squeezed out of the text, or invented against it, conform to the probable one in which it was passed." -- Thomas Jefferson, letter to William Johnson, June 12, 1823, The Complete Jefferson, p.322

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Truth? Repeatedly refering to Lily as a lush, drunk, inebriated, I would not CALL truth. It's pubescent preschool palabra !
I don't want to like you if you're this much of a simpleton.
And I'm not easily persuaded nor impressed by lies.
Whoever's ...
And you don't know WHO I like.
Go polish your one electr0n.
It's dull.
Pour yourself another paper cup of wine from that box too while you're at it!
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Repeatedly refering to Lily as a lush, drunk, inebriated, I would not CALL truth. Just a fact. And, like I alluded to earlier, you fear truth and so deny its appearance and presence with gusto. That's cute. You should be in a parade or something beating your head like you would a Pinata. Don't worry. The street-sweepers carry Lysol Spray and shovels.

You claim to be unpersuaded and unimpressed by lies but the irony here is that your statement is a lie! You convolute so much you routinely go into convulsions.

And I do know WHO you like: Yourself. You are in love with yourself. Thus, many people tell you to go f*ck yourself. If you want it done right, do it yourself, bud.

Now....pick up your mop, put the bedpan on your head and go tilt at windmills to your heart's delight.

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"Yes, Bill Clinton won two terms and is a brilliant pol bar none, as he showed in Charlotte in the best speech of both conventions. But the crisis Obama faced on his first day—like the one Reagan faced—was far deeper than anything Clinton confronted, and the future upside therefore is much greater. And unlike Clinton’s constant triangulating improvisation, Obama has been playing a long, strategic game from the very start—a long game that will only truly pay off if he gets eight full years to see it through. That game is not only changing America. It may also bring his opposition, the GOP, back to the center, just as Reagan indelibly moved the Democrats away from the far left."
http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/09...
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WWW.ELECTORAL-VOTE.COM
That there skool you went to when you were little...did they teech y'all about WHEN electoral votes count?
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Sad republican site
Here's the most succinct one:
"GM is alive and
Osama bin Laden is dead."
It's a great bumper sticker line and has the added advantage of deeper resonance. While giving Barack Obama credit for saving the American auto industry and chasing down the nation's most notorious enemy, those two boasts also bring to mind the state of the Union when the president took office. Not only was the auto industry about to fail, so was the entire financial system. Not only was Bin Laden at large, his terror network was active and the country was mired in the two longest wars in American history.
bin Laden's terror network killed the US ambassador to Libya.....

or maybe you believe it was a few peasants upset about a video none had seen....

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JEB wrote:
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"GM is alive
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Osama bin Laden is dead."
With King Obama's help, GM is half-dead.
The Navy Seals took care of Osama but Obama took credit.

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I’m jealous. Where’s my martini-makin’ wife?
I’ll swear to goodness, I spend all my welfare check on booze and salty treats and then have to make my own drinks. It’s just not fair. I need more benefits!
Get darker skin.

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Massachusetts Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick accused Romney of “turning his back on half the country” with his comments. Patrick said his own mother had relied on food stamps but aspired “to get to a better place, to get her GED, to get a job, to stand on her own two feet. The notion that she, or we, or people like us would be belittled while we needed some help to be able to stand on our own two feet is exactly what Gov. Romney is conveying.”
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And despite persistent high unemployment – with the jobless rate staying above 8 percent since February of 2009 – Patrick contended that Obama deserved credit:“We’ve seen the country brought back from the brink of depression. Are we done? Of course not, of course not. But we’re certainly on a better course.”
"...his own mother had relied on food stamps.." means that he most likely had no father he could actually call a father. And his mother was probably sleeping with fathers. Nice. Cute.

He's a Liberal because he knows where the money is - in someone else's pocket.
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frontporchreactionary wrote:
"Yes, Bill Clinton won two terms and is a brilliant pol bar none, as he showed in Charlotte in the best speech of both conventions. But the crisis Obama faced on his first day—like the one Reagan faced—was far deeper than anything Clinton confronted, and the future upside therefore is much greater. And unlike Clinton’s constant triangulating improvisation, Obama has been playing a long, strategic game from the very start—a long game that will only truly pay off if he gets eight full years to see it through. That game is not only changing America. It may also bring his opposition, the GOP, back to the center, just as Reagan indelibly moved the Democrats away from the far left."
http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/09...
hussein obama had every opportunity to get the Republicans to move to the center during the last four years.....but was unwilling to move there himself....

why should the next four years be any different???....particularly with a lame-duck President....

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Imhotep wrote:
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Did I rattle your cage, to create another 'peanut gallery' comment.
Awe
Vous êtes plus paranoïaque qu'un chat dans une pièce remplie de chaises berçantes!
Vous devriez envisager de vendre votre cerveau à la science médicale
au revoir troll
Hee, Hee. The rattling cage is yours.

But you don't know it.

Get yer butt out of the water tray. Unless you enjoy the taste.

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"On every question of construction (of the constitution) let us carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates, and instead of trying what meaning may be squeezed out of the text, or invented against it, conform to the probable one in which it was passed." -- Thomas Jefferson, letter to William Johnson, June 12, 1823, The Complete Jefferson, p.322
This should be read by every living judge. It should be burned in wood and nailed to their foreheads.

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Nobama wrote:
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some of the reimbursement rates are so ridiculously low that this might be an expected result.....
my impression, largely anecdotal and subjective, is that the reimbursement for highly skilled care, such as complex surgical skills, is too low...while the reimbursement for the hospital room and diagnostic tests is too high....
your right the Medicare reimbursement rates are so ridiculously low.

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