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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Frank

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For the sake of argument, let’s assume that the millions of Republican voters Romney insulted with those remarks don’t believe he was talking about them. That doesn’t mean that there won’t be quite a few otherwise Republican-leaning voters who will recoil from Romney’s contempt for almost half of the population. Even if they don’t realize how many of his own supporters Romney insulted, Republican-leaning voters that were already suspicious of Romney because of his background and wealth now have another reason to distrust and dislike him. It’s not as if Romney inspires trust or goodwill to start with. Here we have yet another episode in which Romney has said something that demonstrates either his near-total separation from the way most Americans live, his willingness to say anything if it is politically expedient, or both.
http://www.theamericanconservative.com/lariso...
Obama has insulted more people than any one else in history,including Adolf Hitler. The Romney comments that liberals are complaining about are all follow up comments to points made by Obama and Obama worshiping news media. For some unknown reason liberal give Obama a pass.
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DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>You obviously do.)))))
I do!
Your lies are funny.
Desperate.
Inane.
Vile.
Hateful.
Retarded.
But funny.
Some of your peers read them too.
Seems they are afraid to call you a fkn liar.

“I've visited all 57 states!”

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dem wrote:
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Lol!
Does anybody read this?
Yes - you included, nitwit.
Jane Says

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dem wrote:
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Jane got humped and dumped by a dozen black guys in high school.
Can anyone tell?
you're confusing me with Lily.
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Dan Salazar wrote:
BREAKING NEWS.
American Ambassador to China car surrounding a pelted out side our Embassy while Chinese police give half hearted response. Very dangerous situation. It is becoming clear that no one Respects America as long as we are nothing more than Obama Nation.
His disengaged foreign policy is coming home to roost.
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OBAMA 2012 NIGHTMARE wrote:
<quoted text>What Jesus Christ Means to Us
Shirley
When we accept Jesus ChristÂ’s help we can feel peace in this life and return to Heavenly Father after we die.

God is our Heavenly Father, and like any parent He wants us, His children, to be happy. In the scriptures, He teaches "my work and my glory [is] to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man" ( Moses 1:39 ). Eternal life means to live in heaven, in His presence, with our families, forever. God has given us commandments, which teach us what is right and wrong and chart a way through life that will offer the greatest happiness. Jesus Christ taught, "If ye love me, keep my commandments" ( John 14:15 ). But the scriptures also teach that "no unclean thing can dwell with God" ( 1 Nephi 10:21 ). As hard as we try to live good lives, we all sin, so how can we live in GodÂ’s perfect kingdom if we are imperfect?

God sent Jesus Christ to earth to give us a way to overcome our sins and imperfections. "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." ( John 3:16 ).http://mormon.org/jesus-chri st
READ ASSHOLE READ!!!!
The christfag is getting angry.
Obama 2012

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Gunner wrote:
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Uh, no, I am so right.
Don't believe me? Try taking some of his money and see what happens.
Actually, I'm taking some of it on a monthly basis.
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DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>Alert the media! A Democrat-supporting journalist has created fraudulent information!
I am so shocked!
are you saying Romney didn't say what he admitted he said?
You boys keep fighting the not so good fight.
Lol

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RealDave wrote:
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He said he did not know what the exact number was.
As for Egypt, they have a new government that we do not yet know if they will be friendly or not. Saying so is correct.
... goddam idiots.
The Muslim Brotherhood is in control of the government of Egypt, you goddam embicile. It's a no-brainer they're an enemy of the United States. Don't you ever lilsten to them or read anything about them?
Don't you know anything?
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Ryan is said to have the “guts” for proposing an aggressive, social engineering budget and because he is willing to address issues like cutting healthcare to the poor, a demographic with no resources or lobby to fight back. Since when does taking candy from a baby take courage? What is this Right Wing predilection for beating up on those who cannot fight back, embracing sadism as a virtue. Generations of admiration for ruthlessness in business leaves GOP cheerleaders unable to tell the difference between a hero and a predator. Success “Trumps” sincerity in the grasping netherworld of the super rich and exalts the merciless opportunist as deity. There is a word for someone like that….let’s see, it’s a common word referring to an opportunistic tormentor who cruises the schoolyard looking for smaller kids to pick on and steal their lunch money….oh yes, a “Republican”.

It is clear that the new generic Neo-Conservative 2.0 cannot be shamed. Despite consistent exposure of the reckless lies and self-serving distortions spread by the Romney campaign, and Ryan in particular, for the lies that they are, they continue to plow ahead like a drunk driver hoping to make it home before the police catches them, while sending the truth running for cover. Once safely in the Oval Office, they can hide behind a bevy of lawyers and deflect any attempt at accountability or even transparency. A group of lions is called a “pride” but what is a group of two-faced, manipulative, Republican media lawyers called, anyway? A “bain”?
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dem wrote:
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just like gunners topix career, where no matter how much shit he eats he claims victory.
Romney alienating half the country is a 'winning' moment. At least to gunner and the other neocons.
Notice a lot of shyt goes down in my town? We've got lots of those millionaires here, they flock here because of the homestead laws and no state income tax and easy access to the Caymans and Bahamas. They buy those huge houses, and they're empty! They buy furniture when the have guests, you see the trucks arrive to deliver, then a few days later, the trucks arrive again to return it!! Lots of Romney type scoundrels here, but a few of them have been going down, catches up with them after awhile.
Meanwhile, Gunner probably is itching to go to Arizona so he can be one of those "papers please cops" and beat up a few Mexicans.

“GOD OF ALL”

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A most important principle of good government in a popular constitution, is that no executive functionaries should be appointed by popular election: neither by the vote of the people themselves, nor by those of their representatives. The entire business of government is skilled employment; the qualifications for the discharge of it are of that special and professional kind, which cannot be properly judged of except by persons who have themselves some share of those qualifications, or some practical experience of them. The business of finding the fittest persons to fill public employments - not merely selecting the best who offer, but looking out for the absolutely best, taking note of all fit persons who are met with,that they be found when wanted - is very laborious, and requires a delicate as well as lightly conscientious discernment; and as there is no public duty which is in general so badly performed, so there is none for which it is of greater importance to enforce the utmost practicable amount of personal responsibility, by imposing it as a special obligation on high functionaries in the several departments.
J.S.MILL
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Nuculur option wrote:
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That's the same line of bullshit your side used in 2008, when McLame was losinG!!
I'm lovin' it!!
It's very different this time. Obama was running against the record of a two-term president. That's a cake walk for almost any candidate.

However, the biggest difference is a lot of people now finally see the real Obama. He fooled them the first time. Must have been the halo on Time Magazine or people like Matthews getting chills up their legs.

He's a struggling incumbent with no record to stand on. He's like another Jimmy Carter this time.

“I've visited all 57 states!”

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Early voting starts in some states tomorrow. Our national nightmare and mistake if finally coming to an end.

It's getting better!

Romney 2012!
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Subversive Barry wrote:
<quoted text>Yes - you included, nitwit.
nostrilfuckface for sure
Lily Boca Raton FL

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Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Obama has insulted more people than any one else in history,including Adolf Hitler. The Romney comments that liberals are complaining about are all follow up comments to points made by Obama and Obama worshiping news media. For some unknown reason liberal give Obama a pass.
You know, y'all need to lose that Hitler shyt, you make a fool of yourselves, just sayin'

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dem wrote:
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are you saying Romney didn't say what he admitted he said?
You boys keep fighting the not so good fight.
Lol
Who cares?

It's the economy stupid.
dem

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carol wrote:
<quoted text>You confirmed what I said -- Reagan trailed Carter by 8 points among registered voters right before the last debate a week before the election.

http://www.gallup.com/poll/111451/Late-Upsets...

It was a tight race up until then and it's tight race now.

A new USA TODAY/Gallup Poll of Swing States shows Romney lagging President Obama by only 2 percentage points, 48%-46%, well within the survey's margin of error.

Nationwide, Obama's bounce from the Democratic National Convention is dissipating: The president now leads across the country in the Gallup Poll by a single point, 47%-46%.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/politics/story/2...

So what exactly is your point and where is the lie?
dumb carol believes in 'hope'.
Lol
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Obama's decision to sidestep Congress in resuming foreign aid has come back to haunt him.
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Lily Boca Raton FL wrote:
<quoted text>Notice a lot of shyt goes down in my town? We've got lots of those millionaires here, they flock here because of the homestead laws and no state income tax and easy access to the Caymans and Bahamas. They buy those huge houses, and they're empty! They buy furniture when the have guests, you see the trucks arrive to deliver, then a few days later, the trucks arrive again to return it!! Lots of Romney type scoundrels here, but a few of them have been going down, catches up with them after awhile.
Meanwhile, Gunner probably is itching to go to Arizona so he can be one of those "papers please cops" and beat up a few Mexicans.
rumor has it that romneys pal down there is known for his orgies.
Kid you not.

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