Why They Hate Obama

Aug 8, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Daily Beast

As the Virginia Flaggers loft their Confederate flag in opposition to the 'tyranny' of 2013, Jamelle Bouie argues that racial bias plays at least some part in Obama's collapse in the South.

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What was racist about my remark?
Everything you say, write, or think is a racist remark- you are a bigot and a coward.

So in addition to being a racist remark, it is a cowardly remark.

But you stay behind your monitor, xxxPinocchio, we all know you are a real killer.
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What is so wrong about Obama related to Iraq?

First, ask what did Obama oppose for -- did he oppose because : US could not win in Iraq but had to withdraw, or Bush lied anti WMD, Or Bush made regime change, or broke the Universal law or something else?

It was not to cost further US soldier lives that Obama withdrew troops from Iraq.

But, to this point of time, Obama shows he is opposing nothing of Bush did, by demonstrating supporting Bush mission instead, by acting on the continuance in Iraq by committing sending resources and other ammunition, without troops getting in, for all would attempt to serve the prolonging of the present Iraq government so made by Bush, while all these demonstrate supporting Bush mission of regime change absolutely ALL THE WAY.

Thus, Obama has failed any message in all.

What is the difference of Obama 's deal, compared to McCain 's proposal -- same thing for the same purpose as not much difference, except McCain suggests by putting troops in Iraq again.

Obama would use US resource, and money to give to the so-formed Iraq government to use US people's money to pay militants to fight insurgents -- what a stock of jokes Obama is, for Obama is the mythical fake, the other and another serial liar.

Ain't people having enough Iraq and Bush already, but now people are having a lot more Iraq and Bush again -- being Obama?
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What is so wrong about Obama related to Iraq?

First, ask what did Obama oppose for -- did he oppose because : US could not win in Iraq but had to withdraw, or Bush lied anti WMD, Or Bush made regime change, or broke the Universal law or something else?

It was not to cost further US soldier lives that Obama withdrew troops from Iraq.

But, to this point of time, Obama shows he is opposing nothing of Bush did, by demonstrating supporting Bush mission instead, by acting on the continuance in Iraq by committing sending resources and other ammunition, without troops getting in, for all would attempt to serve the prolonging of the present Iraq government so made by Bush, while all these demonstrate supporting Bush mission of regime change absolutely ALL THE WAY.

Thus, Obama has failed any message in all.

What is the difference of Obama 's deal, compared to McCain 's proposal -- same thing for the same purpose as not much difference, except McCain suggests by putting troops in Iraq again.

Obama would use US resource, and money to give to the so-formed Iraq government to use US people's money to pay militants to fight insurgents -- what a stock of jokes Obama is, for Obama is the mythical fake, the other and another serial liar.

Ain't people having enough Iraq and Bush already, but now people are having a lot more Iraq and Bush again -- being Obama?

As People saw war-monger Bush (be) acting on dysfunctional acts, what sort of war president was that, which would show great military acts but bad acts of torture and abusing while could not face insurgents all the way?

Did Bush show any military specialty and accomplishment in Iraq by calling liberation?

But Bush resembled neo-Hitlerism instead in Iraq, did more lying and conducting torture than anything else, acting like a Rambo muppet?

For this ultimately displays the real Obama carrying the continuing mission, Obama is merely the Neo-extremist (so extreme that he would do a lot more afterwards, than Bush did) as the neo-Bushist --isn't so?
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who will........
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all you teaHADISTS are crazy......
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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Obama's use of executive power faces reckoning at Supreme Court...
Cruz: Administration 'lawless'... Thugs, drugs and slugs.....liberals et al.
bring on the challenges......
you ppl. thought Obama was just a community organizer...fooled your azzes didn't he!!!!!!!
Obama is sending you lazy rats scrambling to the SCOTUS to stop his power grab.....won't happen.
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Little benson, the only reason you love Odumbo is because you are black. Not only that, but a very dumb black, racist black, commie black, and just plain stupid. That is why you live in black controlled Richmond with all the spear-chuckers that are ruining that once beautiful city.

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<quoted text>so you are saying there are no jobs now? on other posts you said the unemployed could find jobs if they wanted and they were just freeloaders...
which is it?
The entitlement mobs could find the jobs the illegals take, 50 years of liberal entitlements have made them feel welfare is better. Stop the excessive unemployment checks and most will magically find some kind of job.

IF the economy is improving,as Oblama apologists claim, why do we need to extend unemployment?

Which is it? Economy improving or unemployment extended?
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Eric Gustafson wrote:
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You are to stupid to understand the basics of having a bank accounts. I'm going to give you a remedial lesson real quick.
When your local banker makes a mortgage loan, he's using the money from the depositors he collects. He pays the seller for the purchase and holds the mortgage note that has an attached interest rate, over a period of time 10, 15 or 30 years.
That mortgage note has become a security bond with an attached interest rate.
This is how banks make money to pay you interest on your account, other fees involved with a purchaser acquiring a mortgage are kept by the bank.
Similar process is used with other consumer loans the bank makes to it's customers and depositors
Your local bankers than gathers up all of those loans, which now because they have attached interest rates and sells them to the Federal Reserve, in a scheme called Quantitative Easing. The sale of the Loans provide the bank more money to make additional loans the next day. This is not generally a over night transaction, Banks generally collect a few month of that interest on those loans before selling those bonds to the federal reserve of any other competitor looking for security bonds.
None of this purchasing loans from Banks has anything to do with the overall Stock Market. The Stock Market is a reflection of the increase in earnings and profits of the 500 largest corporations in America.
It's a simple process of keeping banks flush with cash for customers who need loans.
Yur too stupid to see this:

The rich may benefit most from new mortgage rules
'The first-time buyer, unfortunately, remains pretty well locked out of the market," one analyst says.
CNBC.com

When will the usual suspects start shreiking "racism", forgetting it was Frank/Dodd who made the new rules?

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Eric Gustafson wrote:
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You are to stupid to understand the basics of having a bank accounts. I'm going to give you a remedial lesson real quick.
When your local banker makes a mortgage loan, he's using the money from the depositors he collects. He pays the seller for the purchase and holds the mortgage note that has an attached interest rate, over a period of time 10, 15 or 30 years.
That mortgage note has become a security bond with an attached interest rate.
This is how banks make money to pay you interest on your account, other fees involved with a purchaser acquiring a mortgage are kept by the bank.
Similar process is used with other consumer loans the bank makes to it's customers and depositors
Your local bankers than gathers up all of those loans, which now because they have attached interest rates and sells them to the Federal Reserve, in a scheme called Quantitative Easing. The sale of the Loans provide the bank more money to make additional loans the next day. This is not generally a over night transaction, Banks generally collect a few month of that interest on those loans before selling those bonds to the federal reserve of any other competitor looking for security bonds.
None of this purchasing loans from Banks has anything to do with the overall Stock Market. The Stock Market is a reflection of the increase in earnings and profits of the 500 largest corporations in America.
It's a simple process of keeping banks flush with cash for customers who need loans.
And who are these customers who need loans? And for what? I don't need a loan, do you?

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Eric Gustafson wrote:
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You are to stupid to understand the basics of having a bank accounts. I'm going to give you a remedial lesson real quick.
When your local banker makes a mortgage loan, he's using the money from the depositors he collects. He pays the seller for the purchase and holds the mortgage note that has an attached interest rate, over a period of time 10, 15 or 30 years.
That mortgage note has become a security bond with an attached interest rate.
This is how banks make money to pay you interest on your account, other fees involved with a purchaser acquiring a mortgage are kept by the bank.
Similar process is used with other consumer loans the bank makes to it's customers and depositors
Your local bankers than gathers up all of those loans, which now because they have attached interest rates and sells them to the Federal Reserve, in a scheme called Quantitative Easing. The sale of the Loans provide the bank more money to make additional loans the next day. This is not generally a over night transaction, Banks generally collect a few month of that interest on those loans before selling those bonds to the federal reserve of any other competitor looking for security bonds.
None of this purchasing loans from Banks has anything to do with the overall Stock Market. The Stock Market is a reflection of the increase in earnings and profits of the 500 largest corporations in America.
It's a simple process of keeping banks flush with cash for customers who need loans.
From NPR, a leftist organization:

Show Me The Money

So what happened to that $85 billion a month $1 trillion total that the Fed has pumped into the financial system over the past year?

"It all got bottled up in the banks, and essentially none of it ... got lent out," Blinder says.
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Why Aren't Banks Lending?

"This is the $64 trillion question the deep, deep mystery to me," Blinder says. "In bits and pieces, we understand that, but I think in large measure we don't understand it."

Blinder says one part we do understand is that the banks were burned by the financial crisis and are much more cautious about lending. Another factor, he says, is that the banks have some incentive to leave their reserves safely at the Fed, because the central bank pays them interest. It's only a quarter of a percent annually, but Blinder thinks the Fed should stop doing that to encourage banks to lend
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"THE CENTRAL BANK PAYS THEM INTEREST" on the free money the fed gives them.

What's going on dear boy is the fed is GIVING the money to the banks and then the banks are investing it back and making a profit on it.

Nice work if you can get it.

Try denying it or research it yourself/

We're being screwed by the government and the banks are benefitting.

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Eric Gustafson wrote:
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You are to stupid to understand the basics of having a bank accounts. I'm going to give you a remedial lesson real quick.
When your local banker makes a mortgage loan, he's using the money from the depositors he collects. He pays the seller for the purchase and holds the mortgage note that has an attached interest rate, over a period of time 10, 15 or 30 years.
That mortgage note has become a security bond with an attached interest rate.
This is how banks make money to pay you interest on your account, other fees involved with a purchaser acquiring a mortgage are kept by the bank.
Similar process is used with other consumer loans the bank makes to it's customers and depositors
Your local bankers than gathers up all of those loans, which now because they have attached interest rates and sells them to the Federal Reserve, in a scheme called Quantitative Easing. The sale of the Loans provide the bank more money to make additional loans the next day. This is not generally a over night transaction, Banks generally collect a few month of that interest on those loans before selling those bonds to the federal reserve of any other competitor looking for security bonds.
None of this purchasing loans from Banks has anything to do with the overall Stock Market. The Stock Market is a reflection of the increase in earnings and profits of the 500 largest corporations in America.
It's a simple process of keeping banks flush with cash for customers who need loans.
You, dear boy, are TOO blinded to see the truth, NPR wouldn't lie would they?

http://www.npr.org/2013/12/17/251796694/year-...

We're getting screwed and banks are profitting immensely, deny it.

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Eric Gustafson wrote:
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You are to stupid to understand the basics of having a bank accounts. I'm going to give you a remedial lesson real quick.
When your local banker makes a mortgage loan, he's using the money from the depositors he collects. He pays the seller for the purchase and holds the mortgage note that has an attached interest rate, over a period of time 10, 15 or 30 years.
That mortgage note has become a security bond with an attached interest rate.
This is how banks make money to pay you interest on your account, other fees involved with a purchaser acquiring a mortgage are kept by the bank.
Similar process is used with other consumer loans the bank makes to it's customers and depositors
Your local bankers than gathers up all of those loans, which now because they have attached interest rates and sells them to the Federal Reserve, in a scheme called Quantitative Easing. The sale of the Loans provide the bank more money to make additional loans the next day. This is not generally a over night transaction, Banks generally collect a few month of that interest on those loans before selling those bonds to the federal reserve of any other competitor looking for security bonds.
None of this purchasing loans from Banks has anything to do with the overall Stock Market. The Stock Market is a reflection of the increase in earnings and profits of the 500 largest corporations in America.
It's a simple process of keeping banks flush with cash for customers who need loans.
Poor Erica, still trying to relevant. The reason there is little growth is because the FED has made it to where the banks are buying money at zero or one percent and buying bonds or other low risk financial tools to make their money, hence there is no money circulating as loans because the banks are making billions with out it. If the feds would make it three or three point five, then the banks would have to loan money to make money..........hence create jobs.
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Teaman wrote:
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You conveniently left this part of the article out.
"We know we're going to get paid differently and reimbursed less to do more," Shiel explained. "It will affect the work force, but we're not sure how yet. There will be a reduction."
Medicaid pays less than insurance companies. Obamacare policies are going to pay less. Expanding Medicaid only helps the state budget and is temporary. I don't know how you conclude that not expanding Medicaid had anything to do with layoffs. Expanding Medicaid only places more patients into the clinic and the clinic gets reimbursed less for it. Reimbursed less means cutting overhead.
Temporary help to the State Budget for medicaid expansion would have prevented the Cleveland Clinic and other health care facilities from having to lay off those workers.

Medicaid always reimbursed less than private Health Care Insurance programs, that's not new in the industry.

Reimbursed less for more patient volume that an expansion would bring means you are treating less patients who don't have the ability to afford care.

In any event, Ohio's governor has seen the light and now wants to expand medicaid to get that money to help those facilities. As does Rick Scott down in Florida. Playing politics has bite them in the behind and it's not only the working poor that pays the consequence, it's those hospitals left to treat emergencies of people who can't pay.
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the Fed Reserve bank purchasing bonds from banks is not the same as lending money to Banks.....

ROFLMAO..........I provided the most remedial explanation I could dumb down too and that was still more information than you could digest.

There is no reason for your local bank to borrow from the Feds so long as he has loans he's servicing on his books the Federal Reserve is interested in purchasing from that bank.

This is how your local bank branch maintains liquidity to service local customers and depositors accounts daily and continue to make new loans.
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Poor Erica, still trying to relevant. The reason there is little growth is because the FED has made it to where the banks are buying money at zero or one percent and buying bonds or other low risk financial tools to make their money, hence there is no money circulating as loans because the banks are making billions with out it. If the feds would make it three or three point five, then the banks would have to loan money to make money..........hence create jobs.
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Notice the profits of the big banks...... some of then are earning $3.5 Billion Quarterly while paying billions in fines during the same quarter.

None are paying interest on accounts, their service fees out weight the interest if your balance is less than $2000 a month. CDs are paying below 1%

The kicker is it's the tax payers money that insures all FDIC accounts.
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That was good information, not to often that a Chicago Economist admits his confusion.

I don't think you understood the article or the information in the post. Banks aren't just throwing money at consumers now you have to have an income that supports your ability to manage your financial obligations.

If you don't have good credit you can't get a loan.
dont snow me wrote:
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You, dear boy, are TOO blinded to see the truth, NPR wouldn't lie would they?
http://www.npr.org/2013/12/17/251796694/year-...
We're getting screwed and banks are profitting immensely, deny it.
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Banks are making loans, only to those people who have the credit history and income to pay those loans on time and with no difficulties.

That's a rational business decision.
dont snow me wrote:
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From NPR, a leftist organization:
Show Me The Money
So what happened to that $85 billion a month $1 trillion total that the Fed has pumped into the financial system over the past year?
"It all got bottled up in the banks, and essentially none of it ... got lent out," Blinder says.
"
Why Aren't Banks Lending?
"This is the $64 trillion question the deep, deep mystery to me," Blinder says. "In bits and pieces, we understand that, but I think in large measure we don't understand it."
Blinder says one part we do understand is that the banks were burned by the financial crisis and are much more cautious about lending. Another factor, he says, is that the banks have some incentive to leave their reserves safely at the Fed, because the central bank pays them interest. It's only a quarter of a percent annually, but Blinder thinks the Fed should stop doing that to encourage banks to lend
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"THE CENTRAL BANK PAYS THEM INTEREST" on the free money the fed gives them.
What's going on dear boy is the fed is GIVING the money to the banks and then the banks are investing it back and making a profit on it.
Nice work if you can get it.
Try denying it or research it yourself/
We're being screwed by the government and the banks are benefitting.
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What do you think is the primary purpose of a local bank ? To make change for a dollar?

A Banker isn't making money if not making loans, revolving loans ,automobile, home , and most other consumer and business loans.

Their customers are people you work with and for.......

Personally since you asked, I'm committed to Credit Union Membership, I'm to cheap to pay bank service fees.
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And who are these customers who need loans? And for what? I don't need a loan, do you?

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Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>Banks are making loans, only to those people who have the credit history and income to pay those loans on time and with no difficulties.

That's a rational business decision.
Wish Washington would have thought of that with Clinton.

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