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Politics / Re: It's Official
« on: April 04, 2011, 07:17:10 AM »

By LIZ SIDOTI, AP National Political Writer Liz Sidoti, Ap National Political Writer – 22 mins ago
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama formally launched his re-election campaign Monday, urging grass-roots supporters central to his first White House run to mobilize again to protect the change he's brought over the past two years.

The official start of his second White House bid comes 20 months before the November 2012 election.

"We've always known that lasting change wouldn't come quickly or easily. It never does," the Democrat said in an e-mail to supporters announcing his candidacy. "But as my administration and folks across the country fight to protect the progress we've made — and make more — we also need to begin mobilizing for 2012, long before the time comes for me to begin campaigning in earnest."

He told them he was filing the necessary paperwork with the Federal Election Commission, and directed them to his new campaign website where a launch video featured clips from supporters talking about their continued backing of the Democrat.

"I don't agree with Obama on everything but I respect him and I trust him," Ed from North Carolina says, delivering what's certain to become a key part of the president's pitch as he tries to re-energize liberals who have criticized some of his policies and independents who have fled from him in his first term.


The economy will be the number one topic.

Politics / Re: A Simple Question for You People
« on: April 04, 2011, 07:12:53 AM »


This president was comical!

In all seriousness - NO

Its sad, really.

These birthers are ig'nant

Is that all Palin is good for - second fiddle?  The undercard to Trump?!?

Trump was an anchor baby. 

What is next for this crowd - Trump wearing and finding some religion?

Politics / Re: The Barry Birth Place Memorial Challenge
« on: March 30, 2011, 09:00:49 PM »
I asked a Reaganite where was St. Ronnie buried.

You know he could not tell me????


Yes, the attacks on President Barack Obama are purely racially motivated -- yes sir.

Politics / Re: Donald Trump Enters The Barry Birth Eligibility Fray
« on: March 29, 2011, 10:20:48 PM »
OS, given what your boy, Inmate Lakin, has done, would you go to war for a president with a toy birth certificate?

Dayum, Trump should've got his birth certificate from this lil' pookie

Politics / Re: Donald Trump Enters The Barry Birth Eligibility Fray
« on: March 28, 2011, 07:47:35 PM »
Many of the birthers see absolutely nothing wrong with the hospital souvenir birth certificate Trump posted, even though it doesn't meet the qualifications they've demanded that Obama's meet.

Applying birther standards to it, it is an obvious fraud: the parents aren't listed by name (the mother isn't, that is), nor are any witnesses.  Jamaica Hospital?!?  Where are the words "The State of New York" or "The City of New York" or the registra of the bourogh where registered?  Where is the "Certified True Copy" stamp?  This copy only shows that his parents kept the souvenir crib card!

And, at least under current law, it appears to me that Trump's birth certificate fails to comply with New York law.

Give it up, OS.  This is an example of how NOT to try and beat the O man.

Politics / Re: Donald Trump Enters The Barry Birth Eligibility Fray
« on: March 27, 2011, 10:41:33 PM »
So, we see that Trump has his own birther issues to deal with and, according to OS and the birther code, this upsurper Trump is not eligible for the presidency (he was an "anchor baby"), yet he is avoiding the scrutiny of Taiz and her gang.  Even Bobby Jindal is getting a pass, and both his parents were not born here.

One must eventually ask "why?"  Some would want to throw up that Trump does not have the experience to run the nation (remember that line of crap against Obama, but none concerning Palin - even to this day).  Trump is too liberal to even be considered a republican, and I guess no one is questioning Trump's religious standards that would allow conservatives to put down their Bibles for his "holy hair". Yet, this man gets a pass from the conservatives on the board and in the general public.



Yes, OS - its about President Obama and the color of his skin.  At the end of the day, that is all that you have.   You, of all posters, is going to put up a womanizing, bankrupt filing, hair-flippin RINO, who happens to not meet your posted standard as a President next to President Obama?!?!?

Negro Pu-leez.

Politics / Re: Did Michelle "My Belle" Influence Gaddafi's Wardrobe
« on: March 27, 2011, 03:46:48 PM »
Even "Dancing With The Stars" did not move that fat. 

Too much McDonalds...

A brief CIA biography of KSM also says that the time he spent studying engineering at North Carolina A&T University during the mid-1980s “almost certainly helped propel him on his path to become a terrorist.” The university is one of the nation’s historically black schools.

First off, I was present at A&T during the time that KSM was there.  I belive that our paths crossed a time or two.

There was nothing going on at "T" that would make one a terrorist.  That was either in his heart before he got there or manifest itself after he left.  Other than the KKK shooting up a housing project well before he and I arrived, A&T was not a political hotbed for political students - even with the history of the Greensboro Four or Willie Grimes.  One would have to attend NCCU or Shaw for those topics of a political nature.  Perhaps the biggest political movement during those times on campus and elsewhere was the protests against South African Apartheid, food at the "then" Williams Cafe, and that ill-advised "Mr. Aggie" contest, but then again, I digress...

Neither A&T nor Chowan College - his other school not mentioned (Hmmmmmm...), would have cultivated his hatred of America.  What President Reagan was doing in the Middle East might have, but there were no student protests about those excursions during the time that I was there.

Politics / Re: Donald Trump Enters The Barry Birth Eligibility Fray
« on: March 27, 2011, 03:22:17 PM »
One of the things that would come out about Trump is simply that he is a very mean person. That would show up in his reactions to questions from voters, in the debates, and perhaps in his own speeches. He does not tolerate disagreement with him and is very thin-skinned. Anger would not serve him well.

And in troubled economic times, should we be touting the acumen of a man who has gone into bankruptcy twice? Plus will right-wigers really flock to a guy who makes his money off casinos, beauty pageants, tacky tv shows and has a long history of cheating on wives?

Then, accordingly, he would have a birther issue to contend with.  Wikipedia: "Donald Trump is a son of Fred Christ Trump (October 11, 1905 – June 25, 1999) and wife Mary Anne MacLeod (May 10, 1912, Stornoway, Scotland – August 7, 2000)."

So, he IS NOT the child of two naturalized citizens, i.e. President Chester Arthur.  Therefore, OS, you should be railing on him as often and as much as you rail (or post the worldnut articles) about President Obama.  Don't we need to see his mother's naturalization papers in order to verify that Trump is racially qualified. Oops, er, I mean, constitutionally eligible?

Politics / Re: Obama's Make-Believe Life
« on: March 27, 2011, 03:08:28 PM »
Palin produce a short-form birth certificate?


How 'bout Palin allow Todd to tell us the benefits of being in a union?  How 'bout Palin going after Donal Trump - you are aware that he does not meet the birther criteria of being the product of two American citizens?

And, a lot of it goes unreported / uninvestigated / not-prosecuted.

First off, let me applaude the POTUS for once again showing some leadership in the handling of this crisis.

Second, we are not at war.  Our troops - at the time of this posting - are not on Libyan soil.  Our Tomahawk missles aimed at military targets does not constitute a war.  I know the POTUS has acted correctly and has met the requirements of the War Powers Act. 

Once again, the Wrong-wing noise machine has flooded the net and airways with dayum lies and more dayum lies.  Think Rwanda and Burundi and those awful type of events and outcomes all over again. The US and the international community stood by as human beings were exterminated. If you need background on that I recommend the PBS video - Ghosts of Rwanda - as definitive coverage.

And as for hypocrisy, what's the Right's objection to Libya and this latest US military intervention? That there wasn't a declaration of war? When did St Reagan ask for a declaration of war when he pulled his various capers?

There was no consultation of Congress when active duty troops were deployed during the LA riots.

Despite the conservaturds' claims of hypocrisy, I don't actually see too much support for the operation, and what I see is tempered with concern for how in the world this can be ended quickly absent western ground troops. At least we aren't leading the charge to Tripoli (so far).

I know its in the Marine Hymn.  We've been there and done that once before.  Time for the French Foreign Legion to ride lead horse this time.

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