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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Galt

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RealDave wrote:
The Republicans have made it official.
Privatizing Medicare and caring so much about the debt that they will work hard to balance the budget by the year 2042.
Romney's pick ties him into the Ryan plan. A huge mistake.
The Obama plan is spend-and-tax and forget about tomorrow.
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Jimmy wrote:
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Please Carol. Don't show your ignorance this early in the day.
Comparing the nation's budget to yours is stupid and completely off base.
Where's the money to come from to help Florida in the next hurricane?? The farmes need relief from drought, states need money to fight fires, was break out, etc.
A bit more complicated than deciding not to buy that cheap Liberty to save money.
It's very amusing to see someone who makes $15 an hour trying to sound like an economist!! LOL
Really? You're actually asking me where the money is going to come from after another disaster when the Democrats refuse to cut anything drastic from the budget so we would have money to cover things like future disasters?

It doesn't take a genius to apply plain old common horse sense.

You should try it sometime.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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America catches up to fred

And Roger Kimball writes: The comeback team (or why Romney will win by a landslide).

The man who has added more than $5 trillion to the federal debt, who is running an annual deficit of some $1.4 trillion, who has burdened American business with a nightmare of stifling regulations, who has squandered hundreds of billions of dollars on failed “green” energy initiatives and non-stimulating “stimulus” packages, who has insinuated government into the private sector in blundering unproductive and fiscally ruinous ways and foisted on an unwilling public the horror of ObamaCare—that chap is going down and going down in a landslide.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Sorry Carol, you'll have to do your own homework. Romney's toast.
lily will toast to anything, as long as she has booze in her vile hands.
carol

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Ryan will throw you out of the nursing home on your ass.
No more free depends, johnnycoats, or wheelchair. You can drag your sorry ass down the streets and sleep under a bridge. Maybe some kids will come along give you a good beasting every day.
Oh, and most of all, you won't have access to a computer!!
Please clarify why you believe Ryan will do any of those things.
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carol wrote:
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Oh, for cryin' out loud...
Social Security and Medicare are already broken. Didn't you get the memo?
If we don't undertake drastic reform now, just like Congress ignored the warnings about the housing market collapse, it's going to be too late.
Wait and hear what both Romney and Ryan have to say about reforming the waste, fraud and duplication in SS and Medicare and privitizing both for wealthy seniors.
You might just be surprised their plan is not only do-able but can possibly save SS and Medicare.
You do know it's doomed, otherwise, and the Democrats would rather not have to deal with it because it might cost them votes?
Wake up, man!
Dems are now in panic mode. LOL Da Bammy will have to speak to real issues.
Galt

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Realtime wrote:
If it was possible to pick a worse VP candidate than Sara Palin it looks like Mitt accomplished it. It's being reported that Mitt will introduce Ryan sometime today, in of all, places Norfuk.
Ryan is a smarmy looking and sounding little creep along the lines of Ralph Reed, yuk-pffft-puke. The kind of mutt even a mother can't love.
Nobody cares about the opinion of a cheating used-car dealer.
lily boca raton fl

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NDAA on trial: White House refuses to abide with ban against indefinite detention of Americans Not only is the White House fighting in court for the power to jail Americans indefinitely without trial, but the Obama administration is refusing to tell a federal judge if they've abided by an injunction that prohibits them from such.
Attorneys for the White House have been in-and-out of court in Manhattan this week to argue that the indefinite detention provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, or NDAA, are necessary for the safety and security of the nation. When President Barack Obama signed the bill on December 31, he granted the government the power to put any American away in jail over even suspected terrorist ties, but federal court Judge Katherine Forrest ruled in May that this particular part of the NDAA, Section 1021, failed to “pass constitutional muster” and ordered a temporary injunction.
On Monday, White House attorneys asked for an appeal for that injunction so that they’d be once more legally permitted to indefinitely detain anyone over mere accusations. When specifically asked to answer whether or not they’ve adhered by Judge Forrest’s injunction so far, though, administration attorneys refused to cooperate with the questioning.
Activist and reporter Tangerine Bolen is a plaintiff in the case against the NDAA, and in an op-ed published Thursday in the Daily Cloudt, she writes that the federal attorneys asking for an appeal have declined to reveal whether or not they’ve cooperated with the judge’s May 2012 injunction. If the government has arrested anyone over alleged “belligerent ties” since Judge Forrest ordered a temporary stay, the government could be in contempt of court.
Hi gunner
Romney will kill NDAA and the use of drones, right?
Jimmy

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carol wrote:
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Is Barack Obama becoming another Karl Marx?
Is Carol becoming another Floriduh??
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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This is the same as when something happens, the rightwingers will say "they should do something"!!
or the stupid teabaggers who held signs "hands off my medicare and social security" LOL
The Kenyan cut Medicare 500 billion to fund ObamaTax. duh

How will the Kenyan save 500 billion? Abort seniors. duh duh

America gets it.

VIDEO: Paul Ryan took apart Obama and Obamacare -- in 6 minutes!

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Galt

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Realtime wrote:
What's up with RandPAC (Rand Paul) paying for some of Connie Mack's ads?
What's up with Obama taking Chinese Communist and Iranian money?
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Maybe you should just tell me what you think Ryan's proposal is for the elderly first.
Psssst ... she doesn't know.
Jimmy

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Hey Greaseball,
Whatever that thing is that you call a job must be really marginal for all the time you loaf and slack on here during the normal workday. Maybe you need to get a real job.
LOL
Least he has a job. Unlike you, whose occupation is 'professional Topix moron' with hundreds of avatars, all ignorant hillbillies!
Galt

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Homer wrote:
NORFOLK, Va.--Mitt Romney announced Saturday he's selected Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his vice presidential running mate. The announcement came just after 7am ET via Mitt's VP, a mobile application launched by the campaign earlier this month.
According to a statement the campaign released late Friday, the presumptive Republican nominee will appear with his running mate at an 8:45am rally here on the USS Wisconsin--the first stop of his four-day bus tour of key battleground states. The campaign offered no further details, and aides traveling with Ronney declined to comment.
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/mitt-romne...
Pandering to the far right/tea baggers, interesting move.
Not a 'safe' pick I will give Romney credit for that.
Homer late for work as usual.
lily boca raton fl

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carol wrote:
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Really? You're actually asking me where the money is going to come from after another disaster when the Democrats refuse to cut anything drastic from the budget so we would have money to cover things like future disasters?
It doesn't take a genius to apply plain old common horse sense.
You should try it sometime.
Romney will increase defense spending by $2.1 trillion attaching it to GDP
Hasn't figured out where he's going to get it yet
Enter Paul Ryan. They're doomed. 4 more years.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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No more hoverounds covered by Medicare! Sorry, stay in bed.
Wall Street liberals abandon the communist Kenyan.

Goldman Sachs Leads Revolt as Wall Street Turns on Obama
Saturday, August 11, 2012
Reaganite Republican ^| August 11, 2012 | Reaganite Republican

Romney 'is one of their own, and Obama has been attacking the way they make money' Maybe it comes as a shock to Dear Leader -who expects everyone to march behind him in lockstep right over the precipice- but most of the rest of us could see it coming in the wake of the Team Obama's ill-advised war on capitalism: Wall Street employees are switching-over to Romney in droves.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
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No more hoverounds covered by Medicare! Sorry, stay in bed.
Don't you do that now?
lily boca raton fl

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Galt wrote:
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Nobody cares about the opinion of a cheating used-car dealer.
Yes, and you are no one
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Please clarify why you believe Ryan will do any of those things.
Pssssssssst ... he's airing his inner frustration. He really has no basis for his stupidity.
carol

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JEB wrote:
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do you see Ryan as help or just another Palin?
Definitely Ryan is a help. He has a plan and is not afraid to use it. There is absolutely no way we can save the nation's economy, still maintain a safety net and keep SS and Medicare alive without taking definitive action and the first steps toward major reform.

What do you propose? Keep on doing what we're doing now?

Taking definitive action is something Democrats don't like doing. It will cost them votes.

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