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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“FEED THE DEAD FETUS”

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New Jobs report= President Food Stamp= One Termer!

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are you coming out?
Sorry, I'm not gay.

Is Gulping Big still legal in Chicago? If so, good luck.
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It just frosts you that Flack only wants to pay for services he receives. The fact that you cannot force him to pay into the pool to benefit people that flack does not even know, irritates you. Doesn't it? Just burns you up? Makes your hemorrhoids flare up just thinking about it.
Well I say good for Flack. If we had more people like him, this would be a much better country.
Actually I did bust a button on my shirt but that may have been from the extra donut I had.
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Bleak Unemployment Report: Obama to Blame Europe
The unemployment rate rose to 8.2% in May as the economic recovery appeared to not only slow but almost completely stall.
And it gets worse.
By almost all measures, the latest unemployment news this morning is troubling. Economists were estimating anywhere from 75,000 to 195,000 new jobs in May. Instead, 69,000 new jobs were added.
The April numbers, initially reported at 115,000, were revised by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to a mere 77,000.
Interesting times. About a month ago, Jimmy Carter was praising Mitt Romney and now we have Bill Clinton complementing Mitt on his accomplishments and capabilities. Obama cannot even get solid support from past democratic presidents. Now that is pretty damn funny.
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flack wrote:
<quoted text> I know. It's going to get much worse. If he loses they will burn down half the cities in this nation. There will be total mayhem. There will be much Kwanza shopping. America, for a time, will be more dangerous than any third world country.
Bah, never again Flackstredomus, never again.
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Did you $ee the number$ at a recent ba$eball memorabilia auction?
http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2012/05/21/babe-rut...
Homer claims to have a Honus Wagner jockstrap, you think it might be worth something? All orignal, never been washed.

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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Ok, took your advice, I told my company to stop paying for my health insurance, that I am going to go with my own catastrophic plan to save myself some money.
If you didn't request that they put the money they would have spent on it on your paycheck you just gave yourself a big pay cut. Plus you won't have that money to invest. You screwed the pooch there Homer.
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flack wrote:
My where did everybody go? Libtards hiding? The prop been kicked out from under the false economy? You can't cook the books forever.
Our campaign to educate voters is having an impact and Liberals are getting nervous. Efforts and support of organizations like TheTeaParty.net is giving a voice to the previously silent majority. A few words for President Obama, Harry Reid, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters: The Tea Party has not gone "straight to hell" and we are coming in November to finish the job we started in 2010 to take back America!

November 2012 may be THE most important election in our lifetimes. Never before has the need been greater for individuals to stand up against a government that has forgotten who they were elected to represent.

The tea party movement would not have been necessary but for spineless politicians who refuse to make the needed choices to reign in spending, focusing rather on what will win them the next election. We have taken names and it's time those determined to sell out America are removed from office.

Many in the media and Liberal movement would love to declare the tea party dead! They underestimated our strength in 2010 and they will again in November.

Help us prove them wrong and defeat Barack Obama's liberal agenda.

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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>That was too easy, quit cherry picking.
I knew what i posted and how dem would respond, but since i directed it at you i was expecting higher class. Oh well, i've been wrong about you before.

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You are the only person I have heard say that. Well I did not actually hear you, but you get the point.
Homer heard himself say it. He talks while he types.
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<quoted text> I know. It's going to get much worse. If he loses they will burn down half the cities in this nation. There will be total mayhem. There will be much Kwanza shopping. America, for a time, will be more dangerous than any third world country.
I have always had lots of ammo , but since obama has been in office I have made it a priority ,its gonna get worse before it gets better , I have even burried some weapons covered in cosmoline and burlap in the mountains if I need them , better to have them and not need them than to need them and not have them .

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<quoted text>Yeah, how about that? Honesty won a round today. Dayum!
They revoked his bond because he 'mislead' the court about his net worth for bail. He will surrender to the court and a new bail will be set. Good you libtards are getting loonier by the day.

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Homer claims to have a Honus Wagner jockstrap, you think it might be worth something? All orignal, never been washed.
Funny how he thought it was a gas mask for all those years. Do you still have the pictures?
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<quoted text>Ah, I just threw a bunch away, I didn't recognize any of the names, they sound like cartoons. Babe Ruth? Ty Cobb? Honus Wagner? Cy Young? Gimmee a break, right in the trash, had to make room for my America Idol collector series trading cards. Truffle?
Baseball was invented in my home town:

PITTSFIELD, Mass.-- Officials and historians in this western Massachusetts city released a 213-year-old document Tuesday that they believe is the earliest written reference to baseball.

The evidence comes in a 1791 bylaw that aims to protect the windows in Pittsfield's new meeting house by prohibiting anyone from playing baseball within 80 yards of the building.

That bylaw would have been produced well before Abner Doubleday is said to have written the rules for the game in 1839.

Historian John Thorn was doing research on the origins of baseball when he found a reference to the bylaw in an 1869 book on Pittsfield's history.

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<quoted text> They revoked his bond because he 'mislead' the court about his net worth for bail. He will surrender to the court and a new bail will be set. Good you libtards are getting loonier by the day.
Funny how they didn't say a thing when the zimmerman photos were released.
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Homer heard himself say it. He talks while he types.
I pretty sure all liberals do.
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<quoted text> If you didn't request that they put the money they would have spent on it on your paycheck you just gave yourself a big pay cut. Plus you won't have that money to invest. You screwed the pooch there Homer.
Ah no worries, I'd just blow it all on hookers and booze. But never mind that, let's get back to this catastrophic insurance because I am really starting to worry about you and yours. Are you sure you guys are okay?
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Interesting times. About a month ago, Jimmy Carter was praising Mitt Romney and now we have Bill Clinton complementing Mitt on his accomplishments and capabilities. Obama cannot even get solid support from past democratic presidents. Now that is pretty damn funny.
Gee if only LBJ were still alive so we could get his thoughts.
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Obama cannot even get solid support from past democratic presidents. Now that is pretty damn funny.
Or current democrat mayors, governors, members of Congress, and Senators.

He's campaigning AGAINST capitalism. When did he lose his mind?
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Baseball was invented in my home town:
PITTSFIELD, Mass.-- Officials and historians in this western Massachusetts city released a 213-year-old document Tuesday that they believe is the earliest written reference to baseball.
The evidence comes in a 1791 bylaw that aims to protect the windows in Pittsfield's new meeting house by prohibiting anyone from playing baseball within 80 yards of the building.
That bylaw would have been produced well before Abner Doubleday is said to have written the rules for the game in 1839.
Historian John Thorn was doing research on the origins of baseball when he found a reference to the bylaw in an 1869 book on Pittsfield's history.
'Abner Doubleday' Man, they had the funniest names way back when. I'm sorry what was the story about?

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