The President has failed us

This week, I decided to list the reasons I would not vote for Barack Obama in the next election. Read more
Sir William Ferrell

Buffalo, NY

#194429 Oct 9, 2013
NTRPRNR1 wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, no. Not like working on "Days of Our Lives" at all. But, I would imagine it's difficult for you to have any idea whatsoever about what the differences in the two situations might be.
(rolling eyes as I head off to bed).
G-night good people. You know who you are.
I hope bed bugs are all over you tonight, Q-ball. You so deserve them.
I wish a pox upon your household and for the demons to come into your children's lives and snatch their young ones,yes,your grandchildren, out of their beds and devour them.

Since: Aug 13

Bozeman, MT

#194430 Oct 9, 2013
Jaxxon wrote:
<quoted text>
You think Obama is the "Anti-Christ" too?
That's what the post you replied to said, so I was just wondering.
Sounds a little crazy to me.
No, I don't think Obama is the anti-Christ.

Do you agree with everything written in every post you reply to?

“Club Fed or Camp Cupcake?”

Since: Oct 10

White-Collar Minimum-Security

#194431 Oct 9, 2013
Does this map from 1418 prove historian's controversial claim that the New World was discovered by the CHINESE 70 years before Columbus?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-24492...
A copy of a 600-year-old map found in a second-hand book shop is the key to proving that the Chinese, not Christopher Columbus, were the first to discover the New World, a controversial British historian claims.

The document is purportedly an 18th century copy of a 1418 map charted by Chinese Admiral Zheng He, which appears to show the New World in some detail.

“Club Fed or Camp Cupcake?”

Since: Oct 10

White-Collar Minimum-Security

#194432 Oct 9, 2013
Leif Erikson's Life Honored Today: Who Was He?
http://www.franchiseherald.com/articles/4089/...
Erikson traveled from Greenland to Norway in 999 where he converted to Christianity. The next year, in 1000, after hearing word of land west of the country, he bought a ship and got a 35-man crew together to explore the area, which would end up being called Vinland prior to its current name of North America. After exploring the area, the crew then settled on L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada, which wasn't discovered until 1960.
Quirky

Denver, CO

#194433 Oct 9, 2013
American Werewolves wrote:
<quoted text>
HOOOOOOOOOOWL! ANAL-IZE This,
F--- You A--Hole [song]
http://youtu.be/GABAvfWlt4w
THE TERMINATOR
ASwartzeneggar/ 82'JCameron -[R]
Analyze This (2/4) Movie CLIP (1999 Hit a pillow

“Club Fed or Camp Cupcake?”

Since: Oct 10

White-Collar Minimum-Security

#194434 Oct 9, 2013
Did the Egyptians Discover America in 232 BC?
http://originaldialogue.blogspot.com/2009/12/...
Remember, the Vikings were not really a people. They were Saxon bandits who fled from Charlemagne, when Charlemagne invaded this area of Saxony. And this bunch of heathen, who were controlled from Constantinople, revolted. And when Charlemagne defeated them, they fled north into the area around Jutland. There, they became known as Vikings. They were mixed, a lot of different kinds of people, with one common denominator—they were all juvenile delinquents: robbing, stealing, raping, doing all these kinds of things that the British oligarchy does today.

But, a long time before then, you had an extended civilization, which was Atlantic. And the people of this Atlantic civilization, came down in their ships. And, as the glaciation retreated, they came more and more into the Mediterranean, and they came also down by the river system, which is essentially the system of the Danube, the Rhine-Danube connection, from the north into the Black Sea, and down. And, they became known—some of them became known later as Greeks, but they were known as "Peoples of the Sea."
Sir William Ferrell

Ottumwa, IA

#194435 Oct 10, 2013
I see NTR ran off tucktail as soon as she sobered up enough to realize one of her betters was active on this thread.

<me>

gigle..giggle..giggle
Hinkley

Toronto, Canada

#194436 Oct 10, 2013
http://www.topix.com/forum/us-house/brad-sher...

7 hrs ago | Posted by: roboblogger

Sheila Jackson Lee on continuing resolution:'We have martial law'

Full story: Examiner.com

On Monday, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee , D-Texas, said from the floor of the House of Representatives that America is now under martial law because of the continuing resolution .

“Club Fed or Camp Cupcake?”

Since: Oct 10

White-Collar Minimum-Security

#194437 Oct 10, 2013
How Undercover Cops in a Florida City Make Millions Selling Cocaine
http://abcnews.go.com/US/undercover-cops-flor...
Sunrise Mayor Michael Ryan defended the practice and the police's tactics, denying that the stings were about the money.
budd

Thailand

#194438 Oct 10, 2013
Sir William Ferrell wrote:
I see NTR ran off tucktail as soon as she sobered up enough to realize one of her betters was active on this thread.
<me>
gigle..giggle..giggle
I've been reading you previous posts and I have a question. Is everybody in Ottumwa as stupid as you, or are you the village idiot?

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#194439 Oct 10, 2013
Ray Donovan wrote:
<quoted text>
No, I don't think Obama is the anti-Christ.
Do you agree with everything written in every post you reply to?
No, as a matter of fact I sometimes reply to a post simply because I disagree with everything in it, but when I do agree, if there is something in the post that I can't go along with it usually gets a mention.

For example, I replied to a post yesterday that at one point called Obama the Messiah.

The first line in my reply was "I can't go along with the messiah thing, but..." and then I agreed with the points being made in the rest of the post.

Anyway, you answered my question.

There are some crazy people on your side of the fence. Some of them really do believe that Obama is the Anti-Christ and when you agree with their posts without disavowing the crazy parts...well, you get my point I'm sure.

“RELAX”

Since: Dec 12

EVERYTHING WILL BE ALRIGHT

#194440 Oct 10, 2013
NTRPRNR1 wrote:
<quoted text>And, what does this mean? I own 47 some acres of land by a lake in another county in the state as well as the 7 1/4 acre plat I call home. Does this mean I own a farm? No. Do I usually raise a garden? Yes. Does that mean I own a farm? No. My sister and BIL DO own a farm. It's 107 acres - a bona fide farm on which they raise cattle. He also works a full-time job and has all of his adult life since graduating from college. You, honey child, ain't got nothing on that man. Nothing lazy about him.
See, DP? We can play this game all night, but your sources are idiots all - with a specific agenda. They've completely discredited themselves, and you're about 95% of the way down the road. Now, continue being led by the nose by a bunch of fugginidiots with whom you've decided to sign on. You just make it easier to dismiss you with each successive post. What a bummer.
The point isn't that he owns the land. The point is the fact that he denied being associated with the property every time the subject was brought up in the past. Jaxxon is a liar and this proves it.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#194441 Oct 10, 2013
Saving face...

House Republicans are considering a deal that would raise the debt ceiling without ending the shutdown.

Demands that changes be made to Obamacare nowhere in sight.

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Shutdown Day 10: Short-term debt ceiling proposal on lawmakers' minds

It's not a total solution, and there's still plenty of work to be done, but House Republican leaders are considering a plan to temporarily raise the nation's borrowing limit while keeping the partial government shutdown in place, members and leadership sources told CNN.

The proposal would include demands for negotiations on issues related to the national debt, the sources said, although it's unclear precisely what form those talks would take...

http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/10/politics/shutdo...
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The dems should say no.

They should agree that as soon as the shutdown is over they will sit down and negotiate over budget issues, but until the republicans back off the shutdown they should say no to any other concessions.

Raise the debt ceiling to make sure we can pay our bills, vote on the clean CR to get the government up and running again and then (and only then) we can sit down and negotiate other issues.

That way Boehner can claim that he "forced" the dems to negotiate, but the tea party gets nothing for their irresponsible shutdown strategy.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#194442 Oct 10, 2013
-Dont Panic- wrote:
<quoted text>
The point isn't that he owns the land. The point is the fact that he denied being associated with the property every time the subject was brought up in the past. Jaxxon is a liar and this proves it.
Good morning sweetheart! Glad to see you woke up in a good mood.

The point is that all I ever really said was that I didn't live there and I don't.

Beyond that I just don't feel any obligation to explain anything to a moron that's been researching my private life and making threats against my entire family.

I'm funny that way.

I understand you being frustrated and embarrassed, but you're going to have to learn to live with that.

Shouldn't be a problem considering all the practice you get and I would be careful calling people liars considering all the contradictions in your own story over the last few days Mr. big time cattle farmer.

A smart man would move on and get back to discussing the issues.

Considering your absolute obsession with me, your emotional instability and the fact that you can't deal with being wrong I doubt that's going to happen, but it's what a smart man would do.

:)
higgans

Marion, IN

#194443 Oct 10, 2013
NTRPRNR1 wrote:
<quoted text>Exaggerate much, DP? Some Americans think it's okay to abuse children and use them in child pornography. Some think incest if fine until they are caught and imprisoned. We also have murderous thugs (like you know nothing about the Mafia or gangs?). Our elected officials are CLEARLY on the take. Why do you think some of us are so angry. Ever heard of imminent domain? It's here in America and p*sses many of us off royally.
People come here because business invites them over and government is accommodating. Otherwise, they wouldn't bother. All the screaming in the world by you or others who object just makes these folks' eyes glaze over as they continue living a better life than where they were and with less discomfort about it each year that passes. BTW - almost ALL the Somalis you despise so much are LEGAL immigrants. Of course, I'm sure you make distinctions - not.
you are soooo funny NTR... soooooooo funny!

did you notice that the Admin that you just recently RE-endorsed welcomed, WITH OPEN ARMS AND MALL, immigration reformers and VIOLATERS while closing off ALL other Public, Open Air Monuments, Parks and Beaches to LEGAL CITIZENS?

you DO realize that this Admin is spending the same, and MOST likey MORE, monies to KEEP CITIZENS and others OUT/AWAY from THEIR properties under the RUSE that they don't have the same monies to keep them open?

how is it that THIS sitting CEO/CinC/Pres NEVER knows anything that is going on in HIS Admin? until he reads/hears about on FOX News... and any other source ballsy enough to report NEGATIVE data about HIS Admin?

apparently, HST was NOT a bonafide Progressives and he was just a plain ol' Dem. HE is the Pres that said 'the buck stops HERE'.

with Obama, the buck NEVER even finds the WH door!lol

yes, the Pres has Staff under him to handle 75% or more of the ROUTINE sh!t... BUT, THEY ARE HIS PEOPLE. they reflect HIS values... HIS POV.... HIS politics.

if you want to DENY that some middle manager at the IRS or DOD is NOT thinking "what would Obama do", you are dumber than even I think you are... AND MORE PROGRESSIVE.:)

you brag about all of this middle/upper management Life experience, how often did YOU start a negotiation by giving the other side EVERYTHING they wanted? and then did you really expect to get CONCESSIONS back?LOL I'll bet NOT.

then again.....

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#194444 Oct 10, 2013
J_a_n wrote:
They probably don't work, on EBT and welfare.
Q: In an apartment building in Manhattan, liberal Joe lives on the first floor, Liberal Jane on the second floor and Mike the Republican lives on the third floor.
The building explodes – who lives?
A: Mike of course – he was at work.
<quoted text>
Someone ought to show this to Barack Hussein Obama, One whom never had a job. Now has a job, he can't handle, and... is allowed by voters whom never had a job,(Obama Money) to continue to screw up, with no repercussions... Whata Country.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#194445 Oct 10, 2013
Republicans hammer Obama over government shutdown, get hammered in polls

...Republicans are bearing the brunt of the responsibility for the crisis: A new Associated Press-GfK survey released Wednesday shows that 62 percent of adults surveyed online mainly blame Republicans for the current shutdown...

...These numbers echo a Washington Post/ABC poll released Tuesday which showed 70 percent of Americans disapproving of how the GOP is handling the budget negotiations...

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57606670/...

Approval of the republican controlled congress stands at 5%.

“RELAX”

Since: Dec 12

EVERYTHING WILL BE ALRIGHT

#194446 Oct 10, 2013
Jaxxon wrote:
<quoted text>
Did I?
What I said was you had found a property that had my name attached to it.
Which is both sad and creepy because it means you have spent a lot of time researching my private life looking for something to use against me here on topix.
You came up empty handed and looking more than a little foolish.
You'll have to forgive me if I enjoy that part just a little.
I've told you and all your socks from day one that I didn't live there.
I don't know why you've spent the last several months playing this little game, but you lost and it's time to take it like a man and move on to something else.
Oh, one last thing, most of the people here knew the truth of the matter quite some time ago.
More than a few of us have been laughing at you for quite some time.
I just thought it was time to put you out of your misery and get it over with.
<click>
;)
I followed a link someone else posted and got a earth view of your mobile home. I read your rebuttal to the info that was posted and believed you. That same gray box posted the info numerous times and each time you went off like a bottle rocket. Denying and disassociating yourself only to call me names when I said I saw orchards and you said "they are not orchards!" followed by "Those are my dope plants!" or words to that effect.
higgans

Marion, IN

#194447 Oct 10, 2013
NTRPRNR1 wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not defending criminals. I'm explaining AGAIN to you the root of the problem. If you sweep up the sugar, oh clueless one, the ants won't be all over your kitchen floor. Until you do, it's ridiculous to complain. It's the natural instinct of ants to seek sugar.
no, not criminals, just Progressives.lol

MUCH worse critters, too!!lol

hey, what IF your Obama had spent his first 100-365 days:

reforming Corp welfare

Income Tax regs

Immigration law violators

two Illegal wars

increasing domestic energy production via fossil fuels

addressing UNfair trade policies

punishing corrupt bankers/investment houses... even letting THEM fail!

immorality like dead beat parents and out-of-wedlock births

JUST THINK WHAT KIND OF PRESIDENT HE COULD HAVE BEEN!

heck, after actually SAVING America for the MAJORITY of Americans, he probably could have gotten Single Payer HC passed and his appointment as President-for-Life (like Hugo)!!

but, NOOOOO, look what we got instead: Progressive Hell.

tell me, how did the Smartest Man Ever to Be President do so badly?

why did he force the ACA down half the Country's collective throat and EXPECT to be Great? or even Good?

yes, the Congress did vote to pass the ACA but the House, the People's House, did not have one single BI=partisna vote, did it?

and, how many Rep votes had to be BRIBED in the Senate?

this single act proves that the Founders were RIGHT and NOT making ours a democracy. face it, a simple majority rules in DC is NOT the same as a majority of ALL citizens.

I think 2010 proved that, don't you?:)
higgans

Marion, IN

#194448 Oct 10, 2013
NTRPRNR1 wrote:
<quoted text>I don't blame him for this. It's really pretty simple. We voted for him to pursue his agenda, not the Republican agenda. They lost the election. Surely you remember?
'they lost' there it is AGAIN.

the same applies to the Native Americans and the Dems/Progressives in the House, right?

dumbasrse....'surely you remember?':)

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