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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Paul Ryan heckled in Iowa
DES MOINES — Paul Ryan’s first solo campaign trip since joining the Republican presidential ticket was a little like baptism by fire, as he was heckled at the state fair’s legendary soapbox.
There was no easing into things with a tightly controlled campaign event like the ones typically held by Mitt Romney. Instead, Ryan was dispatched to the Des Moines Register’s soapbox here at the Iowa State Fair, a site where heckling is almost always expected, and where Romney himself last year had a terse exchange with an attendee over Medicare and Social Security, and made the infamous claim that “corporations are people.”
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Within minutes of Ryan kicking off his remarks, a small but persistent group of protesters began to yell over him, at times drowning out his remarks. A few women took it a step further and attempted to rush the stage, climbing over reporters crouched in front of the stage to observe Ryan’s remarks.
Ryan, who wore a red-checkered shirt, jeans and cowboy boots, had just begun to address President Barack Obama — who was also campaigning in Iowa — when the shouts began.
“You know, I heard that President Obama is starting his bus tour today, and I heard he wasn’t going to come to the Iowa State Fair,” Ryan said as several protesters began to yell over him.
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Death panels... If you like ObamaKare, get used to that idea.
so what you're saying is..."EEK...THE SKY IS FALLING!!!"

aging munchkins do that a lot.
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FOX News 8/5 - 8/7 49 40 Obama +9
The Polls of Hope and Change are never Honest or Rev. wRight... Polls of Hope are for the "Hopelessly" enslaved... you moron4life..
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Team Romney has assigned Dan Senor to be senior adviser to vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan. Senor will no doubt be helping Ryan fill in one of his gaps, foreign policy. That should make the guy behind the choice of both Sarah Palin and Paul Ryan quite happy. He's neoconservative Bill Kristol. He even wanted Ryan to run for president. Kristol and Senor go back a ways. The two of them, together with Robert Kagan and other prominent neoconservatives, founded the Foreign Policy Initiative in in 2009. That is the successor to the now-defunct Project for a New American Century, the original neoconservative organization. The fourth heavy at FPI is career diplomat Eric Edelman.
Senor, who is married to former CNN anchorwoman Campbell Brown, is an investment banker formerly with the Carlyle Group and his own private equity operation. He later joined billionaire Paul Singer's hedge fund Elliott Management. Singer is a major backer of Romney.

Senor served in the Bush administration as spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority and as a senior adviser to the head of the CPA, L. Paul Bremer. In those posts he became the chief spinner of news from Iraq in the early days of the occupation. He was quoted in Rajiv Chandrasekaran's book of life in the Green Zone of Baghdad in that period, Imperial Life in the Emerald City, as having said:“Off the record, Paris is burning. On the record, security and stability are returning to Iraq.”

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Yup. Still trying to give the impression that the TEA Party is insignificant. Your future has a lot of TEA in it. Get used to the idea. Prepare for the future. Go get a f**king job. If you can't find a job, there are 30 million illegal aliens here. Take one of those jobs.(But, you have to work as hard as they work.)
The Tea Party is over.

The GOP brass already told you to STFU & picked Romney.

Now Romney gives you Paul Ryan who, under Bush, voted yes for every single thing you Tea Partiers are supposed to be against. You buy it.
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You have been "LIED" to for 4 years. Is that
what you want for another 4years?
If your greed has stuck in you so far, you want
the rich to go broke? You think your country
will be able to keep paying you to do nothing?
Do you know we are broke, or you thought the
trillions we owe other countries was a gift and
we need NOT pay it back??? How will it ever
get paid or do you care which country will own
us in a very short time? Do you KNOW when
your LIED to, or simply don't care???That I think
is what you really want.
Your guy is running on "smear, dirt and LIES.
And thats the path you are on, and will stay.
No self respect and turned in to beggars and thiefs
Walk proud? Craw is the future and you know it..
Your self respect is gone, you depend on food
stamps and checks from the country, you've lost
your jobs, your homes, and cars. So where are
you staying and who rides you around..Depending
on the man you vote for? The joke is on you.
it only looks like lying if you're a dope...to the functioning brain, it appears, clearly, to be a malfunctioning group of knuckle dragging, scared, old men fillibustering any useful legislation in order to rid the white house of a duly elected negro...feel better about yourself sir?
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<quoted text> leosanus will fault you for your incorrect use of "they're" as a possessive form, unless you are forgiven for being inebriated.
Thanks for the correction; now gfy

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Jimmy wrote:
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Paul Ryan heckled in Iowa
DES MOINES — Paul Ryan’s first solo campaign trip since joining the Republican presidential ticket was a little like baptism by fire, as he was heckled at the state fair’s legendary soapbox.
There was no easing into things with a tightly controlled campaign event like the ones typically held by Mitt Romney. Instead, Ryan was dispatched to the Des Moines Register’s soapbox here at the Iowa State Fair, a site where heckling is almost always expected, and where Romney himself last year had a terse exchange with an attendee over Medicare and Social Security, and made the infamous claim that “corporations are people.”
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Within minutes of Ryan kicking off his remarks, a small but persistent group of protesters began to yell over him, at times drowning out his remarks. A few women took it a step further and attempted to rush the stage, climbing over reporters crouched in front of the stage to observe Ryan’s remarks.
Ryan, who wore a red-checkered shirt, jeans and cowboy boots, had just begun to address President Barack Obama — who was also campaigning in Iowa — when the shouts began.
“You know, I heard that President Obama is starting his bus tour today, and I heard he wasn’t going to come to the Iowa State Fair,” Ryan said as several protesters began to yell over him.
Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0812/796...
Would those obstructionists attempting to deny Paul Ryan his First Amendment rights be Democrats?
Of course, they were. Only Democrats think the First Amendment rights apply to only them.
How about this....
When a heckler attempts to disrupt a permitted gathering with the specific purpose of hearing a specific individual's opinion, arrest that person and charge them with obstructing my First Amendment rights because they are attempting to prevent me from listening to the person who's presence is the very reason for the permit to have been approved and issued.
We'll try that first....

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Nice try, but Romney has stated very clearly he wants to repeal ObamaCare
-all of it-which would include the now 714 billion raid on the Medicare trust fund. The money will be returned.
The President's policy??? You mean "let's cut Medicare so it MAY last a little longer" plan that still has the Medicare trustee's saying Medicare goes insolvent in 2024?
Lol,,,,All your myth making will backfire. You should start getting prepared now. The mental anguish won't be as severe.
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floriduh"s desperation smells particularly sweet...when obama wins handily in november those paramedics in semenhole are going to be mighty busy
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Yup. Still trying to give the impression that the TEA Party is insignificant. Your future has a lot of TEA in it. Get used to the idea. Prepare for the future. Go get a f**king job. If you can't find a job, there are 30 million illegal aliens here. Take one of those jobs.(But, you have to work as hard as they work.)
knocked back on your lifted heels into talking points and slogans...face it tiny, you idiots are done...you have no faith in romney and you know it...he's just the white guy. suck it up junior, you and your ilk probably won't see another election anyway
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Team Romney has assigned Dan Senor to be senior adviser to vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan. Senor will no doubt be helping Ryan fill in one of his gaps, foreign policy. That should make the guy behind the choice of both Sarah Palin and Paul Ryan quite happy. He's neoconservative Bill Kristol. He even wanted Ryan to run for president. Kristol and Senor go back a ways. The two of them, together with Robert Kagan and other prominent neoconservatives, founded the Foreign Policy Initiative in in 2009. That is the successor to the now-defunct Project for a New American Century, the original neoconservative organization. The fourth heavy at FPI is career diplomat Eric Edelman.
Senor, who is married to former CNN anchorwoman Campbell Brown, is an investment banker formerly with the Carlyle Group and his own private equity operation. He later joined billionaire Paul Singer's hedge fund Elliott Management. Singer is a major backer of Romney.
Senor served in the Bush administration as spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority and as a senior adviser to the head of the CPA, L. Paul Bremer. In those posts he became the chief spinner of news from Iraq in the early days of the occupation. He was quoted in Rajiv Chandrasekaran's book of life in the Green Zone of Baghdad in that period, Imperial Life in the Emerald City, as having said:“Off the record, Paris is burning. On the record, security and stability are returning to Iraq.”
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<quoted text>Lol,,,,All your myth making will backfire. You should start getting prepared now. The mental anguish won't be as severe.
well said but i wouldn't mind them maintaining their silly fiction right up to the end...the tiny sliver of conservative in me likes to witness their suffering
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Team Romney has assigned Dan Senor to be senior adviser to vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan. Senor will no doubt be helping Ryan fill in one of his gaps, foreign policy. That should make the guy behind the choice of both Sarah Palin and Paul Ryan quite happy. He's neoconservative Bill Kristol. He even wanted Ryan to run for president. Kristol and Senor go back a ways. The two of them, together with Robert Kagan and other prominent neoconservatives, founded the Foreign Policy Initiative in in 2009. That is the successor to the now-defunct Project for a New American Century, the original neoconservative organization. The fourth heavy at FPI is career diplomat Eric Edelman.
Senor, who is married to former CNN anchorwoman Campbell Brown, is an investment banker formerly with the Carlyle Group and his own private equity operation. He later joined billionaire Paul Singer's hedge fund Elliott Management. Singer is a major backer of Romney.
Senor served in the Bush administration as spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority and as a senior adviser to the head of the CPA, L. Paul Bremer. In those posts he became the chief spinner of news from Iraq in the early days of the occupation. He was quoted in Rajiv Chandrasekaran's book of life in the Green Zone of Baghdad in that period, Imperial Life in the Emerald City, as having said:“Off the record, Paris is burning. On the record, security and stability are returning to Iraq.”
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Reaching into the bottom of the bucket of website sellout today ehh.. lily... Daily Kos... It's for communists..
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GOP pros fret over Paul Ryan
You’ve heard them on television and read them on POLITICO — cheerful, defiant statements from Republican political professionals about Mitt Romney’s bold masterstroke in tapping Paul Ryan as his running mate, and turning the 2012 presidential race into a serious, far-reaching debate about budgets and the nation’s future.
Don’t buy it.
Away from the cameras, and with all the usual assurances that people aren’t being quoted by name, there is an unmistakable consensus among Republican operatives in Washington: Romney has taken a risk with Ryan that has only a modest chance of going right — and a huge chance of going horribly wrong.
(Also on POLITICO: Ryan alters campaign's dynamic)
In more than three dozen interviews with Republican strategists and campaign operatives — old hands and rising next-generation conservatives alike — the most common reactions to Ryan ranged from gnawing apprehension to hair-on-fire anger that Romney has practically ceded the election.
(Also on POLITICO: Ryan's voting record: Big-spending conservatism)
It is not that the public professions of excitement about the Ryan selection are totally insincere. It is that many of the most optimistic Republican operatives will privately acknowledge that their views are being shaped more by fingers-crossed hope than by a hard-headed appraisal of what’s most likely to happen.
And the more pessimistic strategists don’t even feign good cheer: They think the Ryan pick is a disaster for the GOP. Many of these people don’t care that much about Romney — they always felt he faced an improbable path to victory — but are worried that Ryan’s vocal views about overhauling Medicare will be a millstone for other GOP candidates in critical House and Senate races.
Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0812/796...
Who are these pros without names? Yes, the guys without balls who drop their pants to prove it. We could continue on the road of destruction we are on now or stand up boldly, tell the truth- entitlements are unsustainable and we need to do something now, and we need a balance budget to preserve the future for our children.

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*rolls eyes* The slow of the left required re-posting over and over again of facts.
As I have posted before the CBO discounts the double counting of the Medicare cut that transfer monies from Medicare into ObamaCare fund. The CBO stated that it is impossible to say you will use the money to start ObamaCare and still have it to buy bonds for Medicare to allegedly extend it.
So no, the money did not go to where you are claiming. The left is confusing the Medicare cut of funds with another section of the bill that has the panel that will cut Medicare benefits whenever it exceeds their ceiling limits. There was two whacks at Medicare in the ObamaCare bill.
So, If I call my bank & get my mortgage reduced by $100 a month & use that money to buy a new dishwasher, I somehow didn't save any money on my mortgage.

According to Mitt Romney, I stole money from my mortgage. Yet my mortgage is still getting paid.

Republicans are such dumbasses.
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Would those obstructionists attempting to deny Paul Ryan his First Amendment rights be Democrats?
Of course, they were. Only Democrats think the First Amendment rights apply to only them.
How about this....
When a heckler attempts to disrupt a permitted gathering with the specific purpose of hearing a specific individual's opinion, arrest that person and charge them with obstructing my First Amendment rights because they are attempting to prevent me from listening to the person who's presence is the very reason for the permit to have been approved and issued.
We'll try that first....
who the f*ck let you out of your carrier anyway...he's fired
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Thanks for the correction; now gfy
lily's lowlife family language resurfaces, as does her drunken desire for sexual fantasy, along with her political one.
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Mr President: Should we go get Bin Laden?
Bush: Bin Laden is irrelevant. Lets invade Iraq.
You don't really think Obama had anything to do with the CIA and federal agents tracking down and finding bin Laden which took years starting long before Obama was even a senator. Do you?

Please tell me you don't think that.

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<quoted text>so what you're saying is..."EEK...THE SKY IS FALLING!!!"
aging munchkins do that a lot.
Let's see....
ObamaKare is government control of health care.
Government control requires government control of the money.
The money is controlled by Congress.
Granny is in the hospital on life support after having a heart attack. At the same time, Congress is in dispute over the budget. Neither side yields. Therefore, funding for ObamaKare becomes very limited, and health services are rationed. There is no funding for Granny to remain on life support.
... death panels will decide who gets the rationed health care, and who doesn't.
Or, how about the government has spent more money than it has taken in for way too long, and nobody is lending the government any money anymore. Compound this likely future event with the fact that, in contrast with the Democrats' economic theory, money doesn't grwo on trees. There is not enough money in the government to pay for ObamaKare. Health care is rationed. Death panels decide who lives and who dies.
That's the only way ObamaKare can be put into effect... in this universe, that is.

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