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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Homer

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<quoted text>Saving for a manufactured home in order to pay cash rather than take out a small mortgage when interest rates and housing prices are at an all time low makes a great deal of sense in Florida. Cough.
Oh geez, can she even get hurricane insurance? I better make an appt with my accountant. Maybe one of Romney's buddies can help me set up a tax free off shore account in her name.
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You are so easily influenced. You're a much nicer guy when dem is not around.
Take it easy parcheesi, Homer is one of the nicest people you would ever meet.

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Most conservative men don't mind supporting their loved ones.
Yeah, like Illinois Joe Walsh--not to be confused with the rock star? Newton Blingrich is another good example of conservative serial-sleaze values.

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<quoted text>Did you catch all that war between him and Madison? Now all that drama rose to classic farce...Who was he claiming to be on Facebook? Tommy, something or other, Native American model?
You two need a life. Seriously.
pitiful

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Zimmerman will be a bottom boi in prison like you.
Leave Dem alone. He prefers Obama to any hope for a bright future for our families.
Every Country has enemies within like DEM. Dictators like Obama's buddy Hugo Chavez don't elect themselves.
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Hump hump hump
Hahahahahaha
LOL, dem is like a little wind-up toy.
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Eman wrote:
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You are so easily influenced. You're a much nicer guy when dem is not around.
I agree.

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I'm thinking she might be a he, called gunner.
Lol!
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You two need a life. Seriously.
LOL, between the two they totally dumb down the board. LOL.

I was reading through the thread trying to find proof of intelligent life from the Left

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trying Jedi mind control, bitch?
Yeah, like, "I am not the foolish Gunner troll you seek. Nothing stinks here. Move along." ROTFALMAO
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Obama and felons in his life....

President Barack Obama's chief of staff, then a congressman in Illinois, apparently attempted to trade favors with embattled Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich while he was in office, according to newly disclosed e-mails obtained by The Associated Press.

Emanuel agreed to sign a letter to the Chicago Tribune supporting Blagojevich in the face of a scathing editorial by the newspaper that ridiculed the governor for self-promotion. Within hours, Emanuel's own staff asked for a favor of its own: The release of a delayed $2 million grant to a school in his district.

http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/Rahm-Tra...

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<quoted text>Yeah, like Illinois Joe Walsh--not to be confused with the rock star? Newton Blingrich is another good example of conservative serial-sleaze values.
Fake teacher needs to look up thw word "most". Walsh is a deadbeat.
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<quoted text>Yeah, a real American success story that one is and just to think she gradiated from one of the the nations top high schools, the Kissimmee Kowboys, segregated at the time and topped that off by attending one of the nations top ten universities, U of I where she was married to a math professor yet was devastated by a history prof who teased her about her love for King James.
Math professor, Hah, laughing about that since before this thread was even born.
Hilarious!! Gradiated! that's just priceless
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"Rezko raised money for Obama when he ran for Illinois senator, but not during his presidential campaign, the AP noted.

Obama also involved Rezko in a house deal after he was elected to the U.S. Senate, a move he later called “a boneheaded mistake,” according to a 2008 report in ABC News.

Obama wanted to purchase a home that the seller had a specific condition on: the adjacent empty lot to the house had to be purchased at the same time, ABC News reported. In the house deal, Rezko’s wife paid the full asking price for that parcel,$625,000.

Obama shelled out $300,000 under the house’s asking price, paying $1.65 million, according to ABC News. Obama then purchased a part of Rezko’s lot for $104,500.

“It was a mistake to have been engaged with him at all in this or any other personal business dealing that would allow him, or anyone else, to believe he had done me a favor,” Obama told the Sun-Times at the time.

Obama said his connection to Rezko was “above board and legal.”

Rezko and others connected to him gave Obama’s 2004 Senate campaign more than $120,000, ABC News reported."

Rezko raised money for Obama when he ran for Illinois senator, but not during his presidential campaign, the AP noted.

Obama also involved Rezko in a house deal after he was elected to the U.S. Senate, a move he later called “a boneheaded mistake,” according to a 2008 report in ABC News.

Obama wanted to purchase a home that the seller had a specific condition on: the adjacent empty lot to the house had to be purchased at the same time, ABC News reported. In the house deal, Rezko’s wife paid the full asking price for that parcel,$625,000.

Obama shelled out $300,000 under the house’s asking price, paying $1.65 million, according to ABC News. Obama then purchased a part of Rezko’s lot for $104,500.

“It was a mistake to have been engaged with him at all in this or any other personal business dealing that would allow him, or anyone else, to believe he had done me a favor,” Obama told the Sun-Times at the time.

Obama said his connection to Rezko was “above board and legal.”

Rezko and others connected to him gave Obama’s 2004 Senate campaign more than $120,000, ABC News reported.

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1111/689...
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dem wrote:
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that's him.
So memorable I couldn't recall his name.
That's what Svetlana said

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<quoted text>Yeah, like, "I am not the foolish Gunner troll you seek. Nothing stinks here. Move along." ROTFALMAO
Wow.
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Contrary to the dominant rhetoric on display, overseas banking is not a crime. People who invest or bank overseas do not hate America. Oftentimes, they are simply banking where their money is earned to avoid the hassle of exchange rate and wire transfer fees. In today’s global economy, earning money in multiple currencies is hardly uncommon.
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Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, me too, she is a good egg, a little cracked though. I enjoy it when she tries to remember history or add numbers together.
Yeah I forgot about those Carolsteristics. You know Homer, sometimes I get the notion that Carol is someone's sock puppet but then "how could anyone be smart enough to come up with that dumb of a puppet? Jim Henson is dead, and the others are in Vegas.

OT, WBRE is a huge hit down here Homer and it would blow the shyt out of the ratings folks if it beats any local station in any time slot.

That programming is very weird, throwback to happier days I guess, little violence and much happiness is what I'm seeing. Not like here at all where folks are firing or stabbing at anything that moves.

And the ads are way cool, Knoebles Grove, Pocono Downs etc. That shyt reeks with the happiness of a bygone era as does the freshly scrubbed hottie on PA live who still uses her weird given name.

One of our top local anchors is a veteran of that station, Lauren Rowe, you may remember her as Carmelita Schmegma.

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Feed that miscarriage pomegranates yet?

Hahahaha!
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dem wrote:
Flack?
The wife of a West Virginia man accused of torturing and abusing her for years says he did not intentionally hurt her.
Stephanie Lizon testified Friday at a preliminary hearing for her husband, 37-year-old Peter Lizon. She denies allegations that Peter Lizon bound her with chains.
She says her feet were injured in a farming accident and a frying pan injury was incidental contact during an argument.
He's from Czech Republic!

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