Barack Obama, our next President

"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 ... Full Story
peed_on_my_back

Euless, TX

#649501 May 24, 2012
thefacts wrote:
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We all sense and feel your ill-informed ignorance coupled with your total lack of factual acceptance. Which is documented proof of a "BAGGER". Now stick that big old empty head back up your nearest evangical pastors ass, along with your donation, "FOOL".
First you need to get the teat out yo mouth...

You have sucked long enough....let another weak and feeble loser LIBERAL have some teat time....
John Galt

Houston, TX

#649502 May 24, 2012
thefacts wrote:
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As opposed to a snot nosed under achieving fanatical low life that continully feels the need to belittle others as a means to cover his wasted, useless and non-existent live.
Blow it out your ear, you government parasite.

Except for teachers, police, and firemen, government employees are useless leeches.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#649503 May 24, 2012
carol wrote:
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What was the question again?
How can you swallow the lie that the Republicans are more fiscally responsible than the Democrats when the numbers say they are just as bad if not worse?
JEB

United States

#649504 May 24, 2012
carol wrote:
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That is exactly my point. That was the "more important" issue Emanuel was talking about...nationalizing one-sixth of the nation's economy.
Control is the only "more important" issue.
Carol,
Since Row v Wade (1973) US has elected Republican Presidents and Republican Congresses. The Supreme Court is Conservative.
Why No action to overturn the decision.

Peace !!!
JEB

United States

#649505 May 24, 2012
John Galt wrote:
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Blow it out your ear, you government parasite.
Except for teachers, police, and firemen, government employees are useless leeches.
In 1992 President Clinton won because the Republican split their vote between President G H W Bush and Ross Perot.

"The Economy Stupid" was the Democratic Party slogan. Perot elected Clinton?

Ron Paul ?
John Galt

Houston, TX

#649507 May 24, 2012
JEB wrote:
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Carol,
Since Row v Wade (1973) US has elected Republican Presidents and Republican Congresses. The Supreme Court is Conservative.
Why No action to overturn the decision.
Peace !!!
Obamacare is the issue on the table for the Supreme Court.

Most people recognize that abortion is essential to prevent the minority population from imitating China.
TheIndependentMa jority

Somerset, KY

#649509 May 24, 2012
PDupont wrote:
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You’re talking ancient history Carol, after Desert Storm Sadaam Hussien didn’t have either any WMD or the means to deliver them. He was further hampered by “no fly zones” that covered both the northern sector, protecting the Kurd and the southern sector creating a buffer between Iraqi forces and Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. We were in that country for over ten years and didn’t find any WMD. Information about such weapons was fabricated by Ahmed Chalabi an Iranian agent. In the meantime the diversion of personnel to Iraq gave Al Qaeda in Afghanistan enough breathing room to regroup. Our invasion also allowed Al Qaeda to gain a foothold in Iraq something they were never able to do under Sadaam. There were no suicide bombings before the invasion nor was there any sectarian violence or dislocations.
You don’t send troops to die over what someone did in the past or what they might be able to do in the future stupid. You need clear and incontrovertible evidence of imminent danger which the Bush administration wasn’t even close to having.
Plain and simple-
Do you think Iran is making progress with it's nuclear (for electricity in case the oil runs out?) programs? Imagine the field day Saddam would be having with THAT.

If Saddam hadn't invaded Kuwait to START with, we wouldn't have been snarled into Desert Storm.

CATALYST.

And he had long time been a MAJOR, Two Faced ROGUE one.
Jane Says

New York, NY

#649510 May 24, 2012
thefacts wrote:
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The height of hypocrisy is a empty headed bagger pretending to really care about our military after subjecting them to two ill advised, ill prepared,lie infected wars and then abondoned them. By now, if not for Obama's drastic actions [with absolutly no help from the republicans] our nation would be in a fully blown depression. NO DOUBT. Still the clueless continue on as if they were guilty of nothing. Someone needs to explain to baggers that ignorance and stupid are not attributes. Attention DB.
if Clinton had cared about our military and not blue dresses, funding his Presidential Library and political correctness, there may not have been a 2nd Attack on the WTC and the 2 subsequent wars (along with 6 other attacks on US interests). Clinton treated the first attack on the World Trade Center like an international shoplifting incident requiring only police activity.

so you are the clueless and 'one of those Americans living in a blissful bubble, oblivious to a world rife with trouble and threats to US security.' In some corners, like Hollywierd for example, American leadership is not only out of fashion, it’s frowned upon and movies depicting the US as the evil aggressor are still used by the left to warp American minds and demean patriotism.

'But such naivete won’t deal with current problems or prevent crises in the coming years.'
Jero76

Jacksonville, FL

#649511 May 24, 2012
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Support-Cristi... look what the republicans are doing with their abuse of power to this 12 year old child.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#649512 May 24, 2012
Grampy wrote:
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We have clear and incontrovertible evidence of imminent danger that with a second term Obama will transform us from an indebted nation like Greece to a total hopeless mess like Haiti.
Wrong as usual
JEB

United States

#649513 May 24, 2012
Tenzing wrote:
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How can you swallow the lie that the Republicans are more fiscally responsible than the Democrats when the numbers say they are just as bad if not worse?
Compare the record of presidents of Both parties changing their stated policies after winning the four year term ?
juvenal

Euless, TX

#649514 May 24, 2012
Obama gives movie makers 'dibs' on Seal team and OBL mission....

http://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/press...

Hollywood can get classified docs...

Public can't see Obama's college transcripts...
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#649515 May 24, 2012
JEB wrote:
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Carol,
Since Row v Wade (1973) US has elected Republican Presidents and Republican Congresses. The Supreme Court is Conservative.
Why No action to overturn the decision.
Peace !!!
It gets the dummies to the polls
TheIndependentMa jority

Somerset, KY

#649516 May 24, 2012
Tenzing wrote:
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NewYawk thought I was calling them an "interupting cow".
Hmmm, guess that could be pretty offensive.
Oh well, no place for the squeemish.
Oh come now, that was funny... CLEAN and DECENT funny even lol.

carol wrote:
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Knock knock.
Who's there?
Interupting cow.
Interupting---
MOO!
---cow who?
Jane Says

New York, NY

#649517 May 24, 2012
Yes, it is called: Disarming US as wolves lie in wait

Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future.— Niels Bohr

In the unknown future of US national-security challenges, safe still beats sorry — especially when those challenges already appear daunting.

Which is why the current defense-spending debate — especially the matter of another $500B in cuts, beyond the 1/2-trillion dollars’ worth already being lopped off — may be as consequential as any budget decision in recent history.

That’s right: The choices we make about the defense budget, including future weapon systems and troop levels, are fateful; the results will be with us for decades.

Pentagon officials have warned of elevated risks, worried that we’ll no longer be the global power we are today if another $500B is slashed from the defense budget, as is planned for year’s end.

Yet some Americans seem to be living in a blissful bubble, oblivious to a world rife with trouble and threats to US security. In some corners, American leadership is not only out of fashion, it’s frowned upon.

But such naivete won’t deal with current problems or prevent crises in the coming years.

Take the Middle East/North Africa. The Iranian threat is hardly diminishing. Few would dispute that Tehran will not only have nukes in a few years, but an intercontinental-ballistic missile to carry them.

Lawless, ungoverned spaces in Yemen and Somalia support the aspirations and activities of terror groups such as al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and al Shabab. Al Qaeda in Iraq is active again and maybe aiding and abetting terror in Syria.
Syria itself? The Assad regime’s survival will certainly find Damascus committed to revenge — and even more wedded to its drive for the bomb.

The promise of an “Arab Spring” has become the reality of an “Arab Winter,” with Egypt, Tunisia and Libya of continuing concern (thanks, especially, to reports of thousands of handheld, surface-to-air missiles missing from Libyan arsenals).

Elsewhere, stability in Afghanistan after our 2014 departure is an open question. A likely security vacuum could leave it vulnerable to the re-rise of the Taliban, al Qaeda and their allies.

Instability in (nuclear) Pakistan is good reason for insomnia.

Meanwhile, TEAM OBAMA'S strategic shift to Asia will be more of a DAINTY PIROUETTE than a muscular pivot, absent the forces needed to project US power across the Pacific.

With the military might it’s amassing, Beijing is developing the raw power to challenge Washington for pre-eminence in East Asia — and, perhaps, beyond.

Then there’s North Korea. Not good. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says,“We’re within an inch of war everyday in that part of the world.”

There’s more. You have to wonder, i.e. whether perceptions of US decline made the Russian chief of the general staff think it was OK recently to threaten to pre-emptively strike American missile defenses in Europe.

A world without a strong America is deeply disquieting, one where US interests will be under assault from a number of different directions, including cyberspace.

Fact is, as Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) noted last week at The Heritage Foundation,“We don’t always have the luxury of deciding where and when we will have to confront evil in the world.” The 3 a.m. phone call is a come-as-you-are affair; we better be ready.

Thankfully, some in Congress such as Kyl and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) are working to stem America’s slide to 2nd-rate-power status by finding ways to trim the federal budget that shift the heavy reliance away from defense-spending cuts.

This is no time to give short shrift to American security. We need a hard-nosed foreign policy backed up by a strong defense. The past shows the painful consequences of being weak and ill-prepared.

Threats will develop irrespective of our ability to defend ourselves. Wishful thinking about a future no one can accurately predict is no foundation for a national-security policy.
JEB

United States

#649518 May 24, 2012
John Galt wrote:
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Obamacare is the issue on the table for the Supreme Court.
Most people recognize that abortion is essential to prevent the minority population from imitating China.
white women of middle and upper income

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#649521 May 24, 2012
Gunner wrote:
SACRAMENTO, Calif.(AP)— California's budget deficit has swelled to a projected $16 billion — much larger than had been predicted just months ago — and will force severe cuts to schools and public safety if voters fail to approve tax increases in November, Gov. Jerry "Moonbeam" Brown said Saturday.
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In other words, in order to pay for all the entitlements, welfare, and illegal immigrant guarantees, Brown will close schools and layoff police officers and firemen.
Gunner, where do they hit them first, where the dupes 'think' "They can't do that"? A time immemorial canard? Severe cuts in California Public Schools? Why don't they cut his Limo service, just for starters?? "Moonbeam" another exact clone of Barack Hussein Obama in the "job" department? Maybe some of the 'Hollywood First Liners'(does George Clooney come to mind)would pony up??
Jane Says

New York, NY

#649522 May 24, 2012
more of that "man-caused disaster" Orwellian newspeak from the Obama administration where political correctness trumps common sense.

Still in denial on domestic terror

The White House has threatened to veto the National Defense Authorization Act — a $642.5 billion spending bill passed by the House last Friday. Among the 32 veto-worthy provisions: the one awarding Purple Hearts to the victims of the Fort Hood and Little Rock shootings.

“The administration objects to section 552, which would grant Purple Hearts to the victims of the shooting incidents in Fort Hood, Texas, and Little Rock, Ark.,” the veto threat states.“The criminal acts that occurred in Little Rock were tried by the State of Arkansas as violations of the State criminal code rather than as acts of terrorism.”

Really?

On June 1, 2009, Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, an avowed jihadist who’d spent time in Yemen, killed one soldier and wounded another in a drive-by shooting on a military-recruiting office in Little Rock. He pleaded guilty to murder, avoiding trial and the death penalty, and was sentenced to life in prison.

Nidal Malik Hasan, an Army major who had e-mail communications with senior al Qaeda recruiter Anwar al-Awlaki, awaits military trial for the Nov. 5, 2009, massacre at Fort Hood, in which 13 were killed and 29 wounded.

How were these attacks not terrorism?

Not for the Obama administration, evidently.

After the Fort Hood shootings, the FBI quickly said there was no evidence of a greater terrorist plot; the Defense Department called it an “isolated” case; and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Hasan’s actions didn’t represent his Muslim faith.

Lawmakers, however, are on the case. Bills in both the House and Senate would award the Purple Heart to members of the Armed Forces who are killed or wounded in a terrorist attack perpetrated within the United States.

The administration’s refusal to acknowledge the attacks as terrorism has long rankled Sens. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine), the leaders of the Homeland Security Committee, who investigated the Fort Hood massacre last year.
Announcing the findings of the probe, Collins slammed the Pentagon for failing to act on Hasan’s “obvious radicalization” and the Washington Joint Terrorism Task Force for its measly four-hour investigation into Hasan’s terror ties.

“That is all the time that that the Washington JTTF spent investigating whether a military officer in communication with a known terrorist suspect amounted to a national security threat,” she said.“This hasty decision to close the investigation cost the government its last, best chance to identify the threat posed by Maj. Hasan and to potentially prevent the November 2009 attack.”

In December, the two senators said the White House plan to combat domestic terrorism fell short, noting that it didn’t even designate one agency “to coordinate ... the national effort to counter violent Islamist extremism at home.”
“We also continue to be disappointed by the administration’s refusal to identify violent Islamist extremism as our enemy,” they wrote.
“To understand this threat and counter it, we must not shy away from making the sharp distinction between the peaceful religion followed by millions of law-abiding Americans and a twisted corruption of that religion used to justify violence.”

BRIDGET JOHNSON

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#649524 May 24, 2012
Pro-choice Supporters At An All Time Low In America

Just 41% now say they support abortion.
lily boca raton fl

Boca Raton, FL

#649525 May 24, 2012
Jane Says wrote:
<quoted text>didn't you know? it's all about Bam and his buddies--the rosiest picture of hypocrisy:
To President Obama and his campaign, venture capitalists come in two flavors:
* Avaricious vultures (Mitt Romney comes to mind).
* The good kind: folks who are putting their money where the White House says it will do the most good — in Obama’s re-election campaign.
Folks like New Jersey’s ex-Gov. Jon Corzine — who remains a major Obama campaign bundler, even while under investigation by several federal agencies for alleged Wall Street-related misconduct.
It turns out that Corzine was paid more than $8 million in cash and (now worthless) stock options by securities brokerage MF Global shortly before it went belly-up and mysteriously “lost” a staggering $1.6 billion of its clients’ money.
Team Obama has returned Corzine’s donations — but it’s still more than happy to pocket any and all cash he brings in from his friends.
Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) has said “people need to go to jail” over MF Global’s collapse — but to date, no one’s even been charged.
Indeed, a new PBS documentary reports that Corzine personally lobbied regulators not to ban a strategy that allowed his firm to borrow money from customer accounts to fund trading elsewhere. That strategy,“internal repo,” was critical to Corzine’s betting the MF farm on risky European debt.
It also appears that MF Global illegally commingled company and client funds to pay off financial obligations.
Yet Corzine is not considered a vulture.
Nor are those top execs at Mitt Romney’s old firm, Bain Capital, who’ve been pouring money into the Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
Bain itself, of course, is the prime focus of Obama’s wrath these days, with campaign ads ripping the firm as “vulture capitalists.”
Obama is facing mounting criticism from — surprise — his fellow Democrats over these attack ads.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker, former Democratic Party Chairman Ed Rendell, Sen. Mark Warner and Obama auto czar Steve Rattner have all questioned Obama’s seeming attack on the free-enterprise system.
Booker, of course, walked back his public criticism of the “nauseating” attack “of his own volition,” says Team Obama — a claim contradicted by Booker himself, who admits the campaign spoke with him.
Obama, of course, is about nothing if not double standards. But this time, he truly has outdone himself.
so, now venture capitalists can be added to Obama's Villian de Jour list:
as:
• Bankers
• Doctors
• AIG EXECS
• The richest one percent
• Insurance companies
• Oil and gas companies
• Wall Street fat cats
• Big business
• The Founding Fathers for limiting the powers of government
• Mortgage lenders for loaning people too much money
• Church leaders who speak out when government runs
roughshod over their beliefs
• Tea Party and everyone else who believes government is too big and spends too much.
$1.6 billion? so what, that's free market capitalism, didn't hurt anyone but the investors! Mitt says so himself! Jamie Dimon lost how much of his investors money? Should he go to jail too? Regulations? Oh hell, Mitt will get rid of all of those obstacles. He should run for Gov again, at least he didn't steal from medicare like our Gov Scott.
You're so stupid Jane that it's pitiful.

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