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'Kill List' rule book may be coming soon to the White House Situation Room

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Your Ex

United States

#22 Nov 25, 2012
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
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Never used the word McCarthyism in any post, dingaling.........ex's lies strikes again.
You don't need to use the
Word
To advocate the
Practice.
My memory's not that bad.
I did vote for
Ammendment 64
But only because I believe in
States Rights and
Capitalism ;)
Ninthman

“Obama Shames the USA”

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#23 Nov 26, 2012
They had to make some rules because Obama got drunk and accidentally put himself on the list.
conservative crapola

Allentown, PA

#24 Nov 26, 2012
Ninthman wrote:
They had to make some rules because Obama got drunk and accidentally put himself on the list.
Did you get your first 8 men drunk and abuse them? Too many blisters from kneeling?
Cat74

United States

#25 Nov 26, 2012
You are wrong. The idiots that reelected Obama are discovering they are as screwed as the rest of us.

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#26 Nov 26, 2012
Ninthman wrote:
Nobody is going to trust Homey Boy after the Benghazi fiasco. He be too stupid.
Missile deliveries to Gaza have resumed. His Excellency has everything under control.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#27 Nov 26, 2012
Anyone who thinks a rule book will change anything ought to be on the list to prevent procreation of this idiocy!

A rule book for a President! Who will enforce those rules, pray tell?

Suppose the President simply ignored the rules preventing the murder of American citizens or the bombing of foreign nations without consent of Congress? What exactly happens then? Do you revoke the Peace Prize? Hah!

More likely, you end up on the list!
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#29 Nov 26, 2012
"Based on Census Bureau estimates, the nationís white population, which was 85 percent in 1960 and 63 percent in 2011, will drop to minority status, about 47 percent, in 2050. Latino population, only 3.5 percent in 1960 and 17 percent last year, is projected to rise to 29 percent by then, while Asian-Americans, less than one percent 52 years ago and 5 percent last year, is seen as rising to 9 percent in 2050. The trend of fast-rising Latino population is happening in other traditionally Republican states such as Arizona and Texas."
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#30 Nov 26, 2012
Newsflash with real facts about really happened in the real world for all the delusional racist white men who think Obama was in a "desperate election" or that "welfare puerto ricans" won him Florida. The ONLY ethnic group where Romney lead was white men. "Republicans have won the white vote in every presidential election since 1964, and that continued Tuesday with Romney beating Obama by 20 points, 59 percent to 39 percent, according to exit polls. Obama won 80 percent of the minority vote, which, besides Latinos, included African Americans, 13 percent of turnout, the same as 2008, and Asian-Americans, who were 3 percent of the vote, up a point from the last election. President Barack Obama on Tuesday won a whopping 71% of the Latino vote, up from 67% in 2008. By contrast, John Kerry only managed to get about 53% of the Latino vote in 2004 when he lost in his bid to unseat President George W. Bush, according to publicly available exit polls. In Colorado, he captured three-quarters of Hispanic voters, up from 61 percent in 2008. He also improved his Hispanic performance in Florida, a result that included dominance of the heavily Puerto Rican swing precincts around Orlando and the election of a Cuban American Democrat to Congress, symbolizing the end of the GOPís decades-long lock on that community. In 2012, the share of the Latino vote rose to a record high 10%, a number thatís doubled in the past 16 years. President Obama won about 8.4 million Latino votes, using a rough calculation based on exit-poll data. Romney captured no more than 3.44 million votes. In Iowa and New Hampshire, states without big minority populations, Obama won by gaining the support of nearly six in 10 women. Obama won 71% of the Asian-American vote. From the exit polls, President Obamaís support from men slipped a few points from 49% four years ago, but women supported the president over Romney by 55% to 44%."

Since: Apr 08

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#31 Nov 26, 2012
Ratliff wrote:
Newsflash with real facts about really happened in the real world for all the delusional racist white men who think Obama was in a "desperate election" or that "welfare puerto ricans" won him Florida. The ONLY ethnic group where Romney lead was white men. "Republicans have won the white vote in every presidential election since 1964, and that continued Tuesday with Romney beating Obama by 20 points, 59 percent to 39 percent, according to exit polls. Obama won 80 percent of the minority vote, which, besides Latinos, included African Americans, 13 percent of turnout, the same as 2008, and Asian-Americans, who were 3 percent of the vote, up a point from the last election. President Barack Obama on Tuesday won a whopping 71% of the Latino vote, up from 67% in 2008. By contrast, John Kerry only managed to get about 53% of the Latino vote in 2004 when he lost in his bid to unseat President George W. Bush, according to publicly available exit polls. In Colorado, he captured three-quarters of Hispanic voters, up from 61 percent in 2008. He also improved his Hispanic performance in Florida, a result that included dominance of the heavily Puerto Rican swing precincts around Orlando and the election of a Cuban American Democrat to Congress, symbolizing the end of the GOPís decades-long lock on that community. In 2012, the share of the Latino vote rose to a record high 10%, a number thatís doubled in the past 16 years. President Obama won about 8.4 million Latino votes, using a rough calculation based on exit-poll data. Romney captured no more than 3.44 million votes. In Iowa and New Hampshire, states without big minority populations, Obama won by gaining the support of nearly six in 10 women. Obama won 71% of the Asian-American vote. From the exit polls, President Obamaís support from men slipped a few points from 49% four years ago, but women supported the president over Romney by 55% to 44%."
"Sometimes the majority just means all the idiots are on the same side." ~ author unknown, but so very right.
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#32 Nov 26, 2012
"Sometimes the majority just means all the idiots are on the same side." ~ author unknown, but so very right.

YOU GOT YOUR RACIST REPUBLICAN
B
U
T
T
KICKED.

GET THE
P
H
U
Q
U
E
OVER IT.
Cat74

United States

#33 Nov 26, 2012
Oh, I think everyone is over the election. Now we want answers about Benghazi. We want answers about the validiy of the election. We want to know when we can expect to see the President at his desk in the Oval office. Ever? We had 4 years without leadership. Might we see a little this time? Or not. When can the American people see anything from the Democrats at all? They think by demonizing the Republicans we won't see how little they are doing for the American people.

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#34 Nov 26, 2012
Ratliff wrote:
"Sometimes the majority just means all the idiots are on the same side." ~ author unknown, but so very right.
YOU GOT YOUR RACIST REPUBLICAN
B
U
T
T
KICKED.
GET THE
P
H
U
Q
U
E
OVER IT.
Typical liberal. Always making it about race, even when there is absolutely no reference to race, color, creed or religion.
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#36 Nov 26, 2012
Obama won the MAJORITY of asians.
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#37 Nov 26, 2012
Obama won the MAJORITY of women.
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#38 Nov 26, 2012
Obama won the MAJORITY of latinos.
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#39 Nov 26, 2012
Republicans have won the white vote in every presidential election since 1964, and that continued Tuesday with Romney beating Obama by 20 points, 59 percent to 39 percent, according to exit polls.
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#40 Nov 26, 2012
Obama won 80 percent of the minority vote, which, besides Latinos, included African Americans, 13 percent of turnout, the same as 2008, and Asian-Americans, who were 3 percent of the vote, up a point from the last election. President Barack Obama on Tuesday won a whopping 71% of the Latino vote, up from 67% in 2008. By contrast, John Kerry only managed to get about 53% of the Latino vote in 2004 when he lost in his bid to unseat President George W. Bush, according to publicly available exit polls.
Ratliff

Orlando, FL

#41 Nov 26, 2012
He also improved his Hispanic performance in Florida, a result that included dominance of the heavily Puerto Rican swing precincts around Orlando and the election of a Cuban American Democrat to Congress, symbolizing the end of the GOPís decades-long lock on that community.

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