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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LCNLin wrote:
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Divided Republican party is wonder to behold.
Today Reagan would be a democrat of course
Reagan, of course, would not be a democrat. That party left him long before he became Governor of California and he wasn't the one who left it.

It's now a new democratic party and you've been hijacked by progressive socialist radical liberals. And you don't even know it.
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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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All of those stars spinning around your head here makes you disoriented and incoherent:)
Dropped the toilet seat on your head again?
Even your insults are weak.

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LCNLin wrote:
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Another yarn..
What is great is you are helping destroy the Republican Party.
You might be happier in Russia with Putin?
LOL
LOL yourself...

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

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Mr Lib wrote:
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Oh, I see. So you think Carter should have run out onto the tarmac and installed the appropriate air filters himself.
And because he didn't, the mission failure was his fault?
You really are a buffoon.
Truman: "The Buck Stops Here"

Carter: "F*ck The Buck"

Magic Negro: " It's Bush's Fault"

Mr Lib: "Don't Blame My Racist"

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Mr Lib wrote:
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Even your insults are weak.
Hee, Hee.

You can't even discern an insult from a factual observation.

Shot yerself in the foot again:)
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Mr Lib wrote:
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You realize most of this is simply a list of generalized symptons without having provided any facts showing Carter as a causal factor. So as I suspected, you were not up to the challenge.
First, Carter inherited high inflation from Gerald Ford.
High interest rates were the decision of FRB Chairman Paul Volcker and this, more THAN ANYTHING Carter did, triggered the recession.
Consider this. Reagan liked Volcker so much, he reappointed him. Possible payback for Volcker having sunk the Carter presidency? I think so.
Ask yourself this. Why would Reagan want the same FRB Chairman who caused the economic breakdown (and was key in Reagan's victory)?
Lousy foreign policy? I asked you for specifics and all you do is provide some biased bottom-line verdict. You do know what specifics are, don't you?
Micro-manager? What does that mean? I want facts, hon, facts. Not your ratty conclusions.
Didn't like playing by the rules? Like what exactly? Seems you've forgotten who was responsible for Watergate and Iran-Contra.
Rising energy prices were a result of newly formed OPEC, which was able to manipulate the market by keeping output low.
Stagflation? You're being redundant as this is simply another form of inflation.
Sorry, Carol. Nothing you provide shows a connection between Carter's direct actions and the economic downturn which followed.
And he sure didn't leave behind two unfinished wars and 11.4 trillion in debt.
Now sit in the corner with the rest of the GOP dunces.
Stagflation is NOT "inflation". It's a stagnant economy, just like what we have now...and the term of the era it originally referenced was in part as a result of the "OIL EMBARGO" of the era.

Lousy Foreign Policy-Libya. We had NO business going "there" to start with.
Add to that eased sanctions on Iran. Is there some credible reason as to WHY sanctions would be eased, when there's been no compliance as far as nuclear production activities?

Carter was a TRUE diplomat and intellect, a humane and decent being- with a "resume" to prove it.

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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I agree with you in large part but recent evidence suggests that they weren't milking an udder as they thought but another organ normally found on a Bull's underside.
Well, that's just nasty.

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Mr Lib wrote:
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You realize most of this is simply a list of generalized symptons without having provided any facts showing Carter as a causal factor. So as I suspected, you were not up to the challenge.
First, Carter inherited high inflation from Gerald Ford.
High interest rates were the decision of FRB Chairman Paul Volcker and this, more THAN ANYTHING Carter did, triggered the recession.
Consider this. Reagan liked Volcker so much, he reappointed him. Possible payback for Volcker having sunk the Carter presidency? I think so.
Ask yourself this. Why would Reagan want the same FRB Chairman who caused the economic breakdown (and was key in Reagan's victory)?
Lousy foreign policy? I asked you for specifics and all you do is provide some biased bottom-line verdict. You do know what specifics are, don't you?
Micro-manager? What does that mean? I want facts, hon, facts. Not your ratty conclusions.
Didn't like playing by the rules? Like what exactly? Seems you've forgotten who was responsible for Watergate and Iran-Contra.
Rising energy prices were a result of newly formed OPEC, which was able to manipulate the market by keeping output low.
Stagflation? You're being redundant as this is simply another form of inflation.
Sorry, Carol. Nothing you provide shows a connection between Carter's direct actions and the economic downturn which followed.
And he sure didn't leave behind two unfinished wars and 11.4 trillion in debt.
Now sit in the corner with the rest of the GOP dunces.
Pretend this is you and me. You're the one on the left.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Truman: "The Buck Stops Here"
How cliche.

So does the buck stop with Bush for his BS War on Iraq and the recession he left behind?
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Pretend this is you and me. You're the one on the left.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I have better things to do than watch GOP cartoons for the feeble-minded.

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I just happened to see a video that made me extremely angry. I'm going to be mad just thinking about it for days.

Those guys would have had to rope and hog tie me and I'd still find a way to kick their sorry asses to kingdom come or die the frick trying.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Shit. I'm so pissed off I can't even see straight.

I say let's go to Mexico, find these Mexicans who have no heart and no soul and chase them until they get tripped by a rope and fall head over hills a few dozen times and break a few bones in the process.

Who the hell's with me????

I'm writing somebody about this and raising some hell. Apparently, this is occurring in several states as well - like Nevada and California.

Somebody's gonna hear from me about this and wish the hell they hadn't.

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Waxman wrote:
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Where did you get that picture? Was it from Obama's last visit to the Middle East?
I found this one when he was at Harvard due to his free "edumacation":
http://jerseynut.blogspot.com/2011/05/young-o...
It was on his Xmas card, you didn't get one? lol

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Ray Donovan wrote:
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Do these local BC/BS "new" policies require 75+ year old women and couples to carry contraception, maternity, and drug rehab coverage?
well, of course, all contingencies have to be covered. Hey, will boob jobs and hair transplants be covered?

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Everyone who cares a whit about animals, write or call Senator Mark Manendo in Nevada and raise hell about stopping this cruel and heartless treatment of horses.

And please go to this website and sign the petition.

http://forcechange.com/65527/stop-cruel-pract...

I'm not finished looking into this. I'm calling the sponsors of these rodeos and anyone connected to putting on these rodeos and giving them an earful they soon won't forget.

I'm ashamed to call myself a human being when other human beings have no soul and no heart and act worse than animals who do.

Sorry guys, but I'm done for the evening. I'm much too upset right now.

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LCNLin wrote:
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He is NOT running for reelection in 2016
Thanks to the Libertarian candidate for delivering Virginia to the Democrats.
LOL
They'll be dusting off Ralph Nader for 2016!!

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Mr Fib wrote:
So Repugs...
Once again, tell us how your trickle down economics is supposed to bring national properity.
Didn't happen?
Well, that means you're a failure, doesn't it?
Mr. Fib, you've got your nerve showing your cowardly butt around here again after you showed what a chickenshit you are.

Now, where's them jobs Oblamer promised and where's the $85 billion a month going?

bawk, bawk
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dont snow me wrote:
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It was on his Xmas card, you didn't get one? lol
Youz guys had Elvis and sock hops-we had John Travolta and disco.

No fair compare.

(lol)
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TheIndependentMajority wrote:
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Stagflation is NOT "inflation". It's a stagnant economy, just like what we have now...and the term of the era it originally referenced was in part as a result of the "OIL EMBARGO" of the era.
Then why use the word "flation" as part of the word? Wouldn't "stagnant" be enough? In other words, it should be intuitive that there's a reason for having "flation" in there.

If you one course in economics, you'd know "stagflation" is not just a slow economy, but one accompanied by rising costs (inflation). So you're only half right.
Lousy Foreign Policy-Libya. We had NO business going "there" to start with.
We were not "in" Libya.
Add to that eased sanctions on Iran. Is there some credible reason as to WHY sanctions would be eased, when there's been no compliance as far as nuclear production activities?
Carter did not "ease" economic sanctions against Iran. He implemented and maintained them. The pressure was sufficient to obtain release of the hostages. As for Iran's nuclear activities in 1979-1980, they were virtually non-existent. On nobody's radar screen.
Carter was a TRUE diplomat and intellect, a humane and decent being- with a "resume" to prove it.
I think he showed good judgement not to interfere with the regime change in Iran. It was during his administration that a national oil reserve was established.

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EasyEed wrote:
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"John Galt"
Now you are being dishonest. I am Roman Catholic and do not apologize for that fact. But I challenge you to bring up a post where I support abortion/murder or gay marriage. Just one. I have better things to do. You are wrong again when you say I do not recognize the Socialist nature of my church. I would far rather give monies to my church rather than the Federal government, I see the results of our giving to folks in need. I see no positives from the dollars taken from citizens that are pissed away on failed social, fill their hands programs. Those programs do just one thing, build on the sit on your fannie mantra that far to many American's depend on.
Peace
I'm an ex catholic, even I wouldn't deny the church does many, many good things for the world. They should let priests marry to rid themselves of homosexuals, however.

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TheIndependentMajority wrote:
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Youz guys had Elvis and sock hops-we had John Travolta and disco.
No fair compare.
(lol)
No leisure suits, but I had some kickass platform shoes. Even grew to like the BEE Gees.

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