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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I thank God everyday that I am not a lying socialist minority chunk of fecal matter!
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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>yet all Fox does is parrot GOP talking points. they even openly admitted they were there to get republicans elected...Coulter kind of let that slip when she was pissed off. but everyone there agreed with her...
using ratings to show them as best is probably the worst way to go.. the highest ratings for TV shows usually denotes some of the basest, most idiotic content...
I love Ann Coulter! She wouldn't even look at you, libtard.

Compare your women to ours, liberal!

http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/image...

I'll take Couter, you can have Susan Estrich. She's your type! If you watch Fox News, you can see her!

Later, dweeb.
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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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They always have the best photos though!!
Lily loves her mug shots
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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
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He pretends to be; but he has the hots for black and latino men especially wearing Bulgarian jeans!!!
Lily slobbers and drips just thinking about it
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Liberal, conservative, or moderate - those who make politics their only interest in life seem usually miserable.
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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Well, in truth, I couldn't stand any more of the gloom and doom crowd in here talking about things so last year like it was yesterday, Cover-up for Bridgegate with talk of
Benghazi, IRS, and the Boston Tea Party if you ask me.
Hi Leo!

Unless Obama's partners in crime can manage to sign up a heck of a lot of young and healthy people by March who haven't been all that eager so far to accept his "disingenuous" and "unaffordable" health care, we haven't even seen doom and gloom yet.

Stick around a while.

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sonicfilter wrote:
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same source FOX is using. just not the same result.
deal with it. it's now in the Congressional Record. can't be changed, can't be disputed. just ask Whatever.
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You're entitled to your own opinion. You're not entitled to your own facts.

The fact is, the original CIA report was changed in the White House
The fact is, the video watched in the White House and State Department proved Obama lied for two weeks about some spontaneous demonstration that never happened.
Deal with it.

Now, how did CNN get the lie Obama would spew for two weeks about how the attack in Benghazi began before the attack began?
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Lnc wrote:
Liberal, conservative, or moderate - those who make politics their only interest in life seem usually miserable.
it's an interesting distraction while making $50 an hour.

so i'm having fun.
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Big Business opposition to Conservatives is no surprise....

General Electric is the IG Farben of the Obama Fascist dictatorship...
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Emeem wrote:
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Explain your source that verifies "While Al Qaeda was planning the attack in Benghazi..". Only a member of Al Qaeda would have that information. Hmmmmmm?
The Prime Minister of Libya who captured 50 Al Qaeda and interrogated them.

Explain your source for the spontaneous demonstrations that the White House and State Department never saw when they watched the video of the entire Al Qaeda attack.
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DBWriter wrote:
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You're entitled to your own opinion. You're not entitled to your own facts.
The fact is, the original CIA report was changed in the White House
The fact is, the video watched in the White House and State Department proved Obama lied for two weeks about some spontaneous demonstration that never happened.
Deal with it.
Now, how did CNN get the lie Obama would spew for two weeks about how the attack in Benghazi began before the attack began?
too bad you can't prove any of that.

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Lnc wrote:
Liberal, conservative, or moderate - those who make politics their only interest in life seem usually miserable.
Bad politics because of poor leadership affects us all and is directly responsible for making people miserable.

However, nothing feels better than walking with a spring in your step when you know the government isn't trying to rule with an iron fist and suffocating us.

I long for those days again.

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sonicfilter wrote:
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too bad you can't prove any of that.
Your reply has become the stock rebuttal from the political left.

Has there ever been an administration more adept at avoiding responsibility and assigning blame than the current one?

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John Galt wrote:
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in the 2016 election, Benghazi will be an issue and Bridgegate will be irrelevant....
and Cruz/Paul/Rubio/Ryan will be more aggressive than Romney in attacking the sick old lady....assuming that she doesn't stroke out before then....
Galt can picture a comatose Hillary on the ticket and debates about whether a brain-dead corpse can become President...
Yeah. But, I worry about what the RINOs will do. They arranged for Christie to be made chairman of the Republican Governors Association. That indicates to me they intend to force him on the ticket like they did with McCain and Romney, guaranteeing a poor TEA Party turnout and losing the election.
Paul is a sure winner. Rubio shot himself in the foot promoting amnesty for illegal aliens and regurgitating the obvious 11 million lie. TEA Party won't turn out for him. Ryan being part of the latest budget deal that increases funding for everything in the government while cutting pensions for veterans and food rations for our Armed Forces in Afghanistan got severely hobbled. Cruz is just right constitutionally, but he won't win the popularity contest you have to win to win the election.
Nobody is mentioning Andrew Napolitano. There's a big movement the media is ignoring pushing him. All polls are ignoring him. Democrats pretend he doesn't exist.
That's our guy.

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sonicfilter wrote:
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We now know that the CIA's September 15, 2012, talking points were inaccurate in that they wrongly attributed the genesis of the Benghazi attacks to protests that became violent. However, as stated in the report, this characterization reflected the assessment by the IC of the information available at that time, which lacked sufficient intelligence and eyewitness statements to conclude that there were no protests. Further, it is important to remember that this early assessment was made in the context of approximately 40 protests around the globe against U.S. embassies and consulates in response to an inflammatory film. There were also other violent attacks against U.S. embassies and consulates in Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen and other cities around the world on or after September 11. According to CIA emails dated September 16, 2012, the then-Deputy Director of the CIA requested further information from CIA staff at Embassy Tripoli about whether there was countervailing evidence of protests that occurred prior to the attacks in Benghazi. It was not until September 24, 20 12-eight days later-that the IC revised its assessment that there were no protests leading up to the attacks.
http://www.intelligence.senate.gov/benghazi20...
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Instead of referencing the fraudulent report that was changed in the White House, how about referencing the real CIA report that was sent to the White House.

Now, what's your reference for the spontaneous demonstrations that never happened and nobody saw on the video of the entire attack watched in the White House and State Department?

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Lnc wrote:
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Republicans led by talk show hosts and elite news person on f-x.:-)
Democrats have elected leaders.
Carol and Galt war on thread seems to reveal the republicans united in hate of Obama but nothing else.
Peace
Well, the first part of your post was pure nonsense. But, yes, we republicans DO stand united against Obama's iron fist and Marxist ideology despite our differences on some social issues. Galt just sometimes forgets that. But he and I are on the exact same page - the one that matters - when he resists the temptation to get a little uppity.

See, I don't see anything wrong with upping the minimum wage just a bit because of the higher cost of living and, of course, I'm strongly pro-life. But conservatives don't have to walk in lockstep to agree on the much bigger picture.

Liberals are still trying to find the picture - much less the bigger one.

But I like Galt and, deep down, I think he likes me too.
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....PAGING AL GORE....PROGRESSIVES....
....PAGING AL GORE....PROGRESSIVES....

China and Japan told you to go to hell...

GHG....

"Japan, the world’s fifth largest emitter, announced November 15 that it will back off on earlier pledges to reduce GHG emissions by 25% of 1990 levels with a new target that will result in 3% more GHG releases by 2020 than in 1990. "

and this one from our Chinese partners in green'ness...

"China, the world’s largest emitter, is embarking on the construction of large-scale, coal-fuelled synthetic natural gas (SNG) plants with far greater GHG releases than conventional natural gas plants"

http://www.hoover.org/publications/defining-i...
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CORPUS CHRISTI — George P. Bush, a Republican candidate for land commissioner, said Wednesday he hoped Texas Republicans in leadership positions would take a stand against "ignorant statements" regarding Hispanics, even if they're made by fellow Republicans.

“If we're going to be successful and be considered credible in the Hispanic community, we’ve got to denounce some of the ignorant statements that are made about Hispanics and the contributions we make, whether it’s to the military, our nation’s economy or to the history of Texas,” Bush told The Texas Tribune during a campaign stop.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/16/geor...

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