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 ... Read more
Grampy

South Windsor, CT

#718677 Aug 22, 2012
Grey Ghost wrote:
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It happens to be a Label PIN with the state shield of Virginia on it moron. Which says " Office of the Attorney General" with his name etched on the back. I also have met a number of other dignitaries on my trip, I could name them but you would only envy more. I'm betting your wife makes sure your computer is in good condition. and has long ago giving up on Viagra. Being married to an idiot like you is kinda like being sentenced for a crime you didn't commit. I will also be appearing this Saturday at the Redskin- Colts game at Fed-Ex field in DC. Look for me, i'll be the one all of the lovely ladies and the press will be around. LMAO
"The Governor of Virginia [Bob McDonald] gave me an autographed pen..."

Pin or Pen, shove it!

My crystal ball futures camera caught you at the game:

http://thesportsdaddy.com/wp-content/uploads/...

“Moderately yours....”

Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#718678 Aug 22, 2012
President Starky wrote:
<quoted text>
Your head is spinning.
Sit down before you fall down.
"Stuff's gettin better"
Mr President still here
A man of your statute would never duck a question
Must be national security
I will wait
Sir
Jane Says

New York, NY

#718679 Aug 22, 2012
Grey Ghost wrote:
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Shouldn't you be far more concerned why all of those envy ridden righties are so jealous of me? But a confused state is normal for a bagger.
LOL, you and Looney Tunes of Boca share the same delusions...speaking of...she's not on here this afternoon, sort of like when you realize a headache has gone away. the affirmative action ambulance chaser must have finally returned to the compound.

“Stuffs gettin better ”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#718680 Aug 22, 2012
Buffalo Bull wrote:
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Mr. President...
a quick question on your economic platform, if you would.
During our modern economic era an apparent pattern has emerged
our greatest periods of economic prosperity have occured
when the tax burden , measured as a percentage of the GDP stood between
18%- 20%. A rate too high , over 20% does slow growth
however if one dips below 18 % the effect is to grow debt and slow down the economy
If re-elected would you endorse a return to these .'Prosperity' rates.
The current rate 16.6%. with th largest tilt towards wealth since Hoover.
What do you believe the optimum rate to be sir?
I believe the rate is less important that what the taxes are spent on.
Government should have a limited role in the private lives of citizens.
The era of which you speak also saw welfare reform and a boon in technology that hasn't been seen since the industrial age.
Investing in real energy sources such as domestic oil,coal nuclear power is fine and if taxpayer money is being utilized, I'd require those same energy companies to return investment in cleaner,yet unproven energy and R & D of such energy.
Rather than taking that money from the private citizen in the form of stimulus in which much of those funds were wasted on advertising touting the stimulus and producing a net gain of zero jobs.
"Stuff's gettin better"
Bill

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#718681 Aug 22, 2012
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
.
No one says equal outcomes except you dumbasses.
Actually, SFB, its you LIB PsOS who try to manipulate taxes and welfare payments and regulations of all sorts to force those of us who love our country to support you slugs who are attempting to destroy it. You want us to make slugs like you to be at the same economic level as workers like us.
Grey Ghost

Richmond, VA

#718682 Aug 22, 2012
Grampy wrote:
<quoted text>
"The Governor of Virginia [Bob McDonald] gave me an autographed pen..."
Pin or Pen, shove it!
My crystal ball futures camera caught you at the game:
http://thesportsdaddy.com/wp-content/uploads/...
Your blow up doll collection is never ending. Need I say more.LMAO.
Grampy

South Windsor, CT

#718683 Aug 22, 2012
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
You senile old goat, you listed those after your attacks. Only then did the whining start. You are so damn senile your old lady probably died ten years ago and you can't remember.
"you listed those after your attacks" ????? And you accuse me of being senile. More projection!

After I brought up Trooper's misfortune, you accused me of fetishism. In response I posted your list of sickie posts, most of them were posted earlier than the Trooper post.

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#718684 Aug 22, 2012
RealDave wrote:
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John Kerry took advantage of a state to state issue o that yacht.
Mitt Romney is and has been f*cking this country of out tax money for decades.
I am sure you can see any difference.
"real dumb"
You get dumber with every post you make. If a democrat fucksa state out of taxes that is okay with you.
Legally not paying taxes, as Romney has done is notfucking this country.
You are a hypocrite.
Peace
Razors Edge

Oak Lawn, IL

#718685 Aug 22, 2012
Major Democratic Handler Axlegrease is more
Nervous than a Cat,On a hot tin roof!!!

A top former White House aide to Barack Obama sees a "titanic struggle" emerging as the Democratic incumbent confronts awful economic numbers and Republican political opposition that seems bent on defeating the guy for some reason.

David Axelrod, who used to work in the White House but has since fled back to Chicago as the reelection campaign's top political strategist, uttered his unfortunate floating metaphor to a New Hampshire audience Tuesday.

Speaking at a college in Manchester, Axelrod also used a sailing metaphor:

"In 2008, we had the wind at our backs. Now, we don't have the wind at our back. We have the wind in our faces, because the American people have the wind in their faces."

With two out of three Americans thinking the country is on the wrong track under Obama and more than half disapproving of Obama's overall job performance, exactly what winds Axelrod had in mind are left to wild speculation.

Unemployment above 9% when an 8% maximum was promised? A healthcare bill that was supposed to reduce costs but hasn't and waivers for special Americans with connections? An unfolding scandal over a half-billion dollar loan to a fundraiser's company? A fondness for regulation and a desire to raise taxes and a kind of chronic indecision over many things except giving more speeches at fundraisers appealing for more time because so much is undone?

Axelrod, a recovering newspaper reporter who used to cover Chicago politics, did not have time in his remarks to explain that those winds in Americans' faces came from his boss' failed economic stimulus and growing business fears of rampant regulations.

Because he lives and works in Chicago and helped elect Democrats of the machine that has ruled that city for 80 years, Axelrod is apparently unfamiliar with the role of a competitive opposition political party to, well, oppose incumbents with its own plans.

The Obama strategist kept a straight face as he feigned surprise that Obama opponents in Washington would actually, well, oppose the Real Good Talker's plans to spend trillions more dollars that the country doesn't have.

"We honestly thought," Axelrod said with a straight face, "when we got to Washington, we'd get some cooperation from folks across the aisle."

That kind of phony naivete sounds normal in the Windy City where uncooperative citizens can find themselves and their licensed businesses enduring a plethora of building and health inspections and citations, along with unexplained stoppages in garbage collections, etc.

In the interests of bipartisanship and passing the president's doomed jobs bill, Axelrod called the D.C. opposition "the most ideological, partisan group of Republicans in my lifetime." Axelrod was born Feb. 22, 1955.

Still, despite all those adverse winds in the Windy City and across the country, Axelrod said he was confident that President Obama would sail through these troubled waters and not become yet another Democratic president like Truman, Johnson or Carter, who were terminated by popular demand after one elected term.

Yeah,Keep hoping Axelgrease,Wind in our Faces
this year Uh??? You Betcha!! Y,All!!!
Jane Says

New York, NY

#718686 Aug 22, 2012
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
Anyone that has any knowledge of that couple knows full well their uppity mentality. So it's obvious that you are the one that doesn't know anything about her. But that's consistent with all baggers they are programmed who and what to vote for.
"uppity"

how racist.

“Stuffs gettin better ”

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#718687 Aug 22, 2012
Buffalo Bull wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr President still here
A man of your statute would never duck a question
Must be national security
I will wait
Sir
No please.
I did cancel my latest round of golf to take time for these very important questions from my constituents.
"Stuff's gettin better, Its gettin better everyday"
Grey Ghost

Richmond, VA

#718688 Aug 22, 2012
Nobama wrote:
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didn't Ghost kill his wife while driving drunk???...
Ghost does not drink nor was I driving, it was a drunken redneck lowlife like you.
mr owl

Euless, TX

#718689 Aug 22, 2012
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Single mother, huh? "By 1983, Hayes was 23 and back in the Boston area, raising a 3-year-old daughter on her own and working as a nurse’s aide. Then she got pregnant again. Single motherhood was no picnic, but Hayes said she had wanted a second child and wasn’t upset at the news.“I kind of felt like I could do it,” she said.“And I wanted to.” By that point Mitt Romney, the man whose kids Hayes used to watch, was, as bishop of her ward, her church leader. But it didn’t feel so formal at first. She earned some money while she was pregnant organizing the Romneys’ basement. The Romneys also arranged for her to do odd jobs for other church members, who knew she needed the cash.“Mitt was really good to us. He did a lot for us,” Hayes said. Then Romney called Hayes one winter day and said he wanted to come over and talk. He arrived at her apartment in Somerville, a dense, largely working-class city just north of Boston. They chitchatted for a few minutes. Then Romney said something about the church’s adoption agency. Hayes initially thought she must have misunderstood. But Romney’s intent became apparent: he was urging her to give up her soon-to-be-born son for adoption, saying that was what the church wanted. Indeed, the church encourages adoption in cases where “a successful marriage is unlikely.”
Hayes was deeply insulted. She told him she would never surrender her child. Sure, her life wasn’t exactly the picture of Rockwellian harmony, but she felt she was on a path to stability. In that moment, she also felt intimidated. Here was Romney, who held great power as her church leader and was the head of a wealthy, prominent Belmont family, sitting in her gritty apartment making grave demands.“And then he says,‘Well, this is what the church wants you to do, and if you don’t, then you could be excommunicated for failing to follow the leadership of the church,’&#8201;” Hayes recalled. It was a serious threat. At that point Hayes still valued her place within the Mormon Church.“This is not playing around,” she said.“This is not like ‘You don’t get to take Communion.’ This is like ‘You will not be saved. You will never see the face of God.’&#8201;” Romney would later deny that he had threatened Hayes with excommunication, but Hayes said his message was crystal clear:“Give up your son or give up your God.”
Not long after, Hayes gave birth to a son. She named him Dane. At nine months old, Dane needed serious, and risky, surgery. The bones in his head were fused together, restricting the growth of his brain, and would need to be separated. Hayes was scared. She sought emotional and spiritual support from the church once again. Looking past their uncomfortable conversation before Dane’s birth, she called Romney and asked him to come to the hospital to confer a blessing on her baby. Hayes was expecting him. Instead, two people she didn’t know showed up. She was crushed.“I needed him,” she said.“It was very significant that he didn’t come.” Sitting there in the hospital, Hayes decided she was finished with the Mormon Church. The decision was easy, yet she made it with a heavy heart. To this day, she remains grateful to Romney and others in the church for all they did for her family. But she shudders at what they were asking her to do in return, especially when she pulls out pictures of Dane, now a 27-year-old electrician in Salt Lake City.“There’s my baby,” she said."
All that cutting and pasting and not one job created...
Did not solve world hunger...
Did not save one vagina...
Did not prevent one rape...
Did give most of us a headacke
brown eyes

Blacksburg, VA

#718690 Aug 22, 2012
Hello human diary it is I again Mitt Romney, your better. Since I have been feeling somewhat down of late, Mr. Diary, I decided to take the day to take stock of things and be thankful for all that I have accomplished. While there were some mutterings from the press about gaffes during my recent foreign adventures, I never once got drunk and removed my clothing during any of those trip activities. I have not recently opined that women have the physiological ability to reject pregnancy in the case of rape, but only if the rape was a legitimate rape. I am sure there are other things I have accomplished of late, but those two are the ones that I am most satisfied with at the moment. I spent most of my time today, therefore condemning various other Republicans for their imprudent behaviors. I must say it was quite refreshing. There was no need to speak about tax returns and how we were not going to discuss them, or to explain why we would not be divulging our budgetary plan except to assure the public of their exceeding correctness.
Grey Ghost

Richmond, VA

#718691 Aug 22, 2012
Grampy wrote:
<quoted text>
"you listed those after your attacks" ????? And you accuse me of being senile. More projection!
After I brought up Trooper's misfortune, you accused me of fetishism. In response I posted your list of sickie posts, most of them were posted earlier than the Trooper post.
Last effort at penetration.. You started it a number of times as you usually do and only then did I make you cry and start becoming obsessed. I love just how disoriented you really are, I'm sure any neighbor that is willing to talk to your decrepit ass knows what I'm talking about.

“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”

Since: Jul 08

When's dawn?

#718692 Aug 22, 2012
new yawk wrote:
Male domination in church hierarchy is not uncommon.
It's most dominating in The Mormon Church.
What's disturbing is the Female submission to it.
After all, they subject themselves to being Sister-Wives.
Given this latest bru-ha-ha over the Romney-Ryan position of defining the degrees of rape that constitute an abortion, it's that same Male domination over Women being displayed.
I'm beginning to wonder if Romney's religious beliefs are not in play after all.
PS A Victory Story for Mom & Son Dane. But chilling ...!!!
<quoted text>
When the women in his district did ask for more rights--could speak AFTER the men were finished, have discussions of their own, Ann never took part. She wanted it known she wasn't one of "those kind of women." Zealot convert?
mr owl

Euless, TX

#718693 Aug 22, 2012
yepperz wrote:
<quoted text>
This is todays Republican Party.
You been insulting people all day...

Bawhwhwhaahahahhw!

“Moderately yours....”

Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#718694 Aug 22, 2012
President Starky wrote:
<quoted text>
I believe the rate is less important that what the taxes are spent on.
Government should have a limited role in the private lives of citizens.
The era of which you speak also saw welfare reform and a boon in technology that hasn't been seen since the industrial age.
Investing in real energy sources such as domestic oil,coal nuclear power is fine and if taxpayer money is being utilized, I'd require those same energy companies to return investment in cleaner,yet unproven energy and R & D of such energy.
Rather than taking that money from the private citizen in the form of stimulus in which much of those funds were wasted on advertising touting the stimulus and producing a net gain of zero jobs.
"Stuff's gettin better"
Thank you reasoned reply
IIt is true that any gigantic organization has a tendency to waste and to
Loose sight of the little guy

However it would seem focus on only one side of the tax spend argument can have unfortunate long term effects
I would make for an interesting side debate to touch on the issue of if any stimulus either outlay or tax reductions shall ever have desired effects.
mr owl

Euless, TX

#718695 Aug 22, 2012
Man...three for the price of one!

Handhelds...

Since: Feb 08

Spokane, WA

#718696 Aug 22, 2012
Grey Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO at just how twisted your perverted ass is. You always start the perverted crap like today a couple times with the Gerbil up the ass, now you are whining like a spoiled and soiled diaper baby even going through the obsessed stage of looking back through posts in order to actually prove just what an insecure fat weasel that you are.LMAO still. I own you pervert. I can hear the whine from here. LOSER, try getting out of the house at least once a year. MORON. I know you are envious of me traveling all over meeting and greeting people having a ball every day, while you set alone in a dark room with your collection of blow up dolls that you post over and over. I love it. The Governor of Virginia [Bob McDonald] gave me an 0autographed pen from the Attorney Generals office and he is aware that I'm not one of his supporters, so suck on that fleabag. That should put your blood pressure over the top, not to even mention the envy and jealousy buttons.
"Grampy"
Look out!!! The pervert "poop" is now talking about your ass. Look out, he is interested.
Peace

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