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Re: an obama achievement?
« Reply #60 on: March 09, 2008, 09:49:18 PM »

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Re: an obama achievement?
« Reply #61 on: March 10, 2008, 12:46:04 AM »
I don'[t believe in national socialism.  I now understand gorzella's position and the reason for it.  Was brought up with socialism and thinks this country owes the same to its citizens.  No thank you.  BTW Gorzella, the first law of nature is survival.  Bill and Retired, you are both completely on track.  soon they will attempt to take those guns away regardless of what decision SCOTUS hands down in the DC v Heller case.  Guess I will become and instant outlaw, cuz I am not giving up my guns. Period.  Obama has no experience and has no notable achievements to his record.  He is winning the popularity contes with Hillary, but there are few who could not.  We have had two decades of Clinton and Bush.  We need something new and it sure is not an Obamanation. 

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Re: an obama achievement?
« Reply #62 on: March 10, 2008, 01:03:01 AM »
Obamanation. 

I like that term, it has dual meaning. An Obama nation.. A nation run by Obama.
Then there's Obamanation... Sounds like abomination.  Great play on words.
I like it. You come up with that?
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« Reply #63 on: March 10, 2008, 01:16:36 AM »
nobama!
wonder how proud this would make michelle of her country?
[color=black size]Spc. Monica Lin Brown Earns a Silver Star[/color]
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The nation's third-highest medal for valor. Texas girl (Lake Jackson, near Houston). A nineteen year old kid (I'm allowed to say this at my age and I am not objectifying her). Under gunfire and mortar fire, she helped move wounded comrades to safety, at times shielding them with her own body. Brown, of Lake Jackson, Texas, is scheduled to receive the Silver Star later this month. She was part of a four-vehicle convoy patrolling near Jani Kheil in the eastern province of Paktia on April 25, 2007, when a bomb struck one of the Humvees. "We stopped the convoy. I opened up my door and grabbed my aid bag," Brown said. She started running toward the burning vehicle as insurgents opened fire. All five wounded soldiers had scrambled out. "I assessed the patients to see how bad they were. We tried to move them to a safer location because we were still receiving incoming fire," Brown said.She helped move them out of harm's way, eventually some 500 yards, and then treated their wounds and saw them off to safety. She saved their lives. The military said Brown's "bravery, unselfish actions and medical aid rendered under fire saved the lives of her comrades and represents the finest traditions of heroism in combat."Spc. Brown serves in the 4th Squadron, 73rd Cavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team. She did them proud.
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Re: an obama achievement?
« Reply #64 on: March 11, 2008, 01:00:18 PM »
It was my own thought.  I prefer it to read about an abomination though.  Can't stand him or Billary.  Both are nationalist socialists

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« Reply #65 on: March 12, 2008, 01:51:27 AM »
I know it wasn't a long leap, but its nice to have someone agree with you.  Thanks MN

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« Reply #66 on: March 12, 2008, 03:49:54 AM »
He won Miss. and Tex. caucus.  d_mn it!
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Re: an obama achievement?
« Reply #67 on: March 12, 2008, 01:03:43 PM »
Ah I really would love to see Obama win :)

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« Reply #68 on: March 12, 2008, 01:37:49 PM »
Not me,  I am thinking "dooms day"  if he does.
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« Reply #69 on: March 12, 2008, 01:45:07 PM »
What would that get you?

Ah I really would love to see Obama win :)
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« Reply #70 on: March 12, 2008, 01:59:35 PM »
first of all I agree with/like a lot of the issues he supports, and also just to say HA to all the racists who don't want him to win just because of the color of his skin (and yes there are people out there whom that is their only reason)

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« Reply #71 on: March 12, 2008, 02:02:56 PM »
I don't care what color he is, for all I care he is purple, I am not a racist,  i don't feel he is qualified for the job, hell maybe none of them are . but at least the other two have a list of achievements.  It's about like hiring a 7 year old to watch your kids.  And once again "barack hussein obama" do you really feel comfortable with that?
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« Reply #72 on: March 12, 2008, 02:56:30 PM »
Are you "sticking up for him" because of his skin color?

first of all I agree with/like a lot of the issues he supports, and also just to say HA to all the racists who don't want him to win just because of the color of his skin (and yes there are people out there whom that is their only reason)
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« Reply #73 on: March 12, 2008, 03:01:27 PM »
Good question Coyote,  I am so tired of the race card, I, like you, believe there is alot of reverse discrimination.
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« Reply #74 on: March 12, 2008, 03:03:36 PM »
first of all I agree with/like a lot of the issues he supports, and also just to say HA to all the racists who don't want him to win just because of the color of his skin (and yes there are people out there whom that is their only reason)

What I intrepret this ^^ position to be is "I want him to win because he's black and that is a slap in the face to some".

And that is very, very sad.

You want a person to become President of these United States simply becuase the color of his skin will upset a very small minority.
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« Reply #75 on: March 12, 2008, 03:08:42 PM »
lol no I'm not "sticking up" for him as I said I like some of the issues he supports, but if he wins YES to me it's like here shove it to all those that ARE racist (ftr I wasn't saying anyone in this thread is racist)

and a name is a name... you going to discriminate against anyone named manson, or dahmer, what about simpson? I mean come on

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« Reply #76 on: March 12, 2008, 03:09:48 PM »
lol whatever interpret how you will

What I intrepret this ^^ position to be is "I want him to win because he's black and that is a slap in the face to some".

And that is very, very sad.

You want a person to become President of these United States simply becuase the color of his skin will upset a very small minority.

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« Reply #77 on: March 12, 2008, 03:13:11 PM »
lol whatever interpret how you will


What is your interpretation then?
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« Reply #78 on: March 12, 2008, 03:14:36 PM »
lol whatever interpret how you will


Obama has been pulling 85-90% of the black vote.  Who's racist now?  The man has no credentials, but is enjoying unprecendented support of an ethnic minority.  hmmmmmmm.
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« Reply #79 on: March 12, 2008, 03:27:33 PM »
With either Obama or Hillary, we will get pure socialism. They will strip this country (along with the congress) of the Constitution and enslave the citizens.  Neither of them have the demonstrated qualifications nor experience to perform the functions required of the job.  Obama has been on the scene for a very short time.  Being the 1st Lady does not qualify her for the job either.

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« Reply #80 on: March 12, 2008, 04:18:20 PM »
A quote from America for Obama website found under immigration:

“The time to fix our broken immigration system is now… We need stronger enforcement on the border and at the workplace… But for reform to work, we also must respond to what pulls people to America… Where we can reunite families, we should. Where we can bring in more foreign-born workers with the skills our economy needs, we should”

— Barack Obama, Statement on U.S. Senate Floor, May 23, 2007

So what is he really saying here?  America needs to worry about reuniting broken families?  Our workers aren't skilled enough to support our sagging economy?  What pulls people to America is a chance at a brighter future.  A future that the immigrants will never see in their homelands.  Is that OUR problem?  Should we just start giving that privilege away?  So then what about all of the promises to our legal citizens - living minimum wage, tax benefits, etc, etc.  You let more in needing the same assistance, you have accomplished nothing.
Bottom line, he's all over the board making promises his a$$ can't cash.  In two of the other issues areas he talks all about tax breaks for the poor, raising the minimum wage, health care reform, fixing the No Child Left Behind program, etc, etc.  Even gives dollar figures for some of the programs he will instantly authorize the day he takes control.

I won't even go into the 16 month withdrawal - yes 16 month withdrawal plan....beginning with two BCT's.

Socialism.....oh yeah.  He is also very guilty of racial profiling and discrimination himself.  All for what?  To gain the highest seat in the nation.  How pitiful.  Even more pitiful the poor folks being led into his cesspit of lies and deceit.

Anyone reading his site and truly believing half of what he is promising is gravely blind and mistaken.  At least in the way it is being presented.  Read between the lines, it will come with a cost.

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« Reply #81 on: March 12, 2008, 04:28:50 PM »
A quote from America for Obama website found under immigration:

“The time to fix our broken immigration system is now… We need stronger enforcement on the border and at the workplace… But for reform to work, we also must respond to what pulls people to America… Where we can reunite families, we should. Where we can bring in more foreign-born workers with the skills our economy needs, we should”

— Barack Obama, Statement on U.S. Senate Floor, May 23, 2007

So what is he really saying here?  America needs to worry about reuniting broken families?  Our workers aren't skilled enough to support our sagging economy?  What pulls people to America is a chance at a brighter future.  A future that the immigrants will never see in their homelands.  Is that OUR problem?  Should we just start giving that privilege away?  So then what about all of the promises to our legal citizens - living minimum wage, tax benefits, etc, etc.  You let more in needing the same assistance, you have accomplished nothing.
Bottom line, he's all over the board making promises his a$$ can't cash.  In two of the other issues areas he talks all about tax breaks for the poor, raising the minimum wage, health care reform, fixing the No Child Left Behind program, etc, etc.  Even gives dollar figures for some of the programs he will instantly authorize the day he takes control.

I won't even go into the 16 month withdrawal - yes 16 month withdrawal plan....beginning with two BCT's.

Socialism.....oh yeah.  He is also very guilty of racial profiling and discrimination himself.  All for what?  To gain the highest seat in the nation.  How pitiful.  Even more pitiful the poor folks being led into his cesspit of lies and deceit.

Anyone reading his site and truly believing half of what he is promising is gravely blind and mistaken.  At least in the way it is being presented.  Read between the lines, it will come with a cost.

People seem to forget that campaigning is just that, and it's easy to say you are going to do something, but will he actually keep all these promises , no, he will say whatever it takes to get elected, at least the other two have achievements to back up their words.    And oh yes we will pay.  The way he disillusions people almost borders on brainwashing, and we've seen what happens with that.
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« Reply #82 on: March 14, 2008, 05:40:47 PM »
Michael Reisig is a local author of several books about the 'end of
times'. You can find his books at:
www.michael-reisig.com or www.amazon.com.

He is also the editor of our paper The Polk County Pulse in Mena, Arkansas
where he wrote this article.  I have heard some of these things before
about Obama but Michael put a different angle on it.  A little long, but a
good read.

This was in the paper on February 20, 2008...
President Obama. By Michael Reisig
Well, having observed the progress of the Democrat and Republican
Primaries I would have to say at this point, America is probably close to
electing Barack Hussein Obama as its next president.  I understand the need
for change - but for all my observation of Obama I have yet to hear any
decisive, detailed plans - it a ll seems to be continual rhetoric on the
concept of change. It's all rather a puzzlement to me, and more than
anything I think this phenomena is representative of the new Survivor/
Oprah Winfrey/ American Idol consciousness (where the bizarre is applauded
as reality and image is more important than substance), and it is
undoubtedly brought about by the overwhelming dissatisfaction Americans
have for a government that has cheated, lied and stolen from them for at
least the last two generations. But for minorities, and in particular
blacks, this election represents a moment of long-awaited validation.
There is no question that the election of an African-American president
will empower the blacks of this country.  Don't misunderstand me - this is
not a racist statement, this is just a fact, and in many respects this
could be a good thing.  But there is no denying the sense of audacious
rebellion that constantly simmers in much of the b lack community,
particularly with the youth of the large metropolitan areas.  I have some
concern that the election of a black president will take us back to a
consciousness that promotes the power of race over intelligence, reason,
and the value of law, and that this may divide black and whites more than
uniting them.  I hope that I'm wrong. Obama speaks a lot about a uniting
of black and white America, but the church he has attended for years would
contradict that.  Although you won't hear much of this on national
television, one has but to go to Obama's church of choice, Trinity United
Church of Christ (go to the website to check for yourself) to find, and I
quote, 'An unabashedly black congregation with a non-negotiable commitment
to Africa.  'An African people, 'true to our native land, the mother
continent, the cradle of civilization.' Nowhere in the website is America
even mentioned.  Can you imagine if one of t he other white candidates for
president were a member of a church that declared itself 'unashamedly
white?'  What would the media have done to them already? I was also
startled by a number of the points in Trinity United Church's 10-Point
Vision: *A congregation with a Non-negotiable Commitment to Africa. *A
congregation committed to Cultural Education (Africa). *A congregation
committed to the Historical Education of African People in Diaspora. *A
congregation committed to Liberation. *A congregation committed to
Restoration.  (Could this mean restitution?)

In addition, Trinity's senior pastor Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr., is
considered by many to be a black racist, who, without question, preaches
radical Afro-centric theology. It appears, by affiliation, that we have a
man who wants to be president of America while much of his loyalty is
invested in black Africa. But there is also a deeper, perhaps darker
consequence in te rms of America and its multi-national population when we
consider Mr. Obama as our new leader. Investigations have shown that
Obama's father and stepfather were devout Islamics.  Both faithfully
practiced their religion.  His stepfather, who had a much greater impact
on Obama's upbringing, was a radical Wahabbi Muslim.  Obama's mother
married Lolo Soetoro, a Wahabbi extremist who lived in Indonesia.  When
Obama's mother moved to Indonesia - before she married her second Muslim
husband - she enrolled her son in Francis Assisis Catholic School.  He
was enrolled as a Muslim because he was a Muslim. Obama's campaign website
has been hailed as a testament to the candidate's transformative politics.
 But at least part of the senator's online outreach, 'Muslim Americans for
Obama '08' proposes installing Muslim prayer areas in public places and
giving Muslims time off for prayer, and has denounced Obama's colleagues
in t he U.S. Senate who happen to be Jewish. Further troubling are the
issues and solutions on this site: 1.        A Law against harassment of
Muslim women wearing Hijab at the Airport, DMV and other public arenas. 2.
       Institute a Law to allow Muslim Employees to take an hour off from
work for Friday Jummah Prayer. 3.        Make the 2 Eid's (Muslim
festivals), recognized National Holidays on Calendars with days off from
work. 4.     Optional Halal meals in federal building, public
schools and colleges. 5.        Provide prayer areas suitable for Salah
and Jummah, in public and private facilities.  (i.e. Malls, Airports,
Universities and government buildings.) 6.        Organize a Muslim
American group to assist in recommendations for US foreign policy
aff ect ing majority Muslim Countries. I have to wonder how many encampments
of Islamic extremists hidden in the hills of Afghanistan and quiet room of
Baghdad and Tehran listen to the news of America's primary elections with
unadulterated glee, considering first, that we may have a president who
has virtually no experience in managing a government, or attending to
military/ international affairs, and secondly; the chance (as remote as it
is) of a quasi-Muslim president of the United States. Think of the
possibilities.


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« Reply #83 on: March 14, 2008, 05:55:19 PM »
What a great slogan HUH?

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        I hope you'll join with me as we try to change it."  (B. Obama)

 

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« Reply #84 on: March 15, 2008, 02:34:48 AM »
neither one can get the number of delegates required to get the nomination. it will be decided at the convention. the super delegates will decide the nomination. hillary will pull out all the stops. It is very possible she could get the nomination even though nobama has more delegates. I love the fact they are beating up on each other. Nobama will ruin this country,hillary will mess it up also, just not as bad and the repairs may not be as costly.

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« Reply #85 on: May 09, 2008, 08:41:39 PM »
Fear and exaggeration to the point of hysteria when it comes to Obama.

Denial and rejection of the truth when it comes to Bush.

What has become of the $10 trillion in deficit spending that Bush spent over the last 8 years? (and please recall that this does not include the cost of Afghanistan or Iraq)

Does $880 billion to save 2.6 billion people from starvation seem so expensive now?

Is America safer than it was 8 years ago, now that Bush has spent $10 trillion?

Is the economy better than it was 8 years ago, now that Bush has spent $10 trillion?

Is the air we breathe cleaner now?

The water, surely, is much cleaner, right?

The tax cuts that caused all of this, they must have created millions of jobs like promised, right?

Surely we can walk the streets at night in peace knowing violent crime has dropped every year, since $10 trillion has been spent, right?

And we all know that no man, woman or child in America loses their homes because they can't pay their medical bills, because $10 trillion guarantees every man, woman and child in America has access to affordable, quality health care.

And since No Child Left Behind, surely American schools have become models of efficiency and responsibility, creating the next wave of intellectuals to foster in a renaissance of inventiveness in the coming decades.

What has the $10 trillion dollars Bush has spent in the last 8 years gotten the US?

Achievements?

Name 'em.  I'd like to see what my great-great-great-great-great grandchildren will be paying for with their 75% Federal Income tax dollars.
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Re: an obama achievement?
« Reply #86 on: May 09, 2008, 09:18:19 PM »
have we been attacked since 9/11?
the economy is not in recession like it was when W took office
much of the housing problem are regional and the result of lenders giving loans to people they knew didn't qualify.
The air is just fine in my neighborhood. infact the cleaner air in california has been blamed for the increased warming there.
Water is just fine in my neighborhood, I have a well. had it tested, all is well.
52 months of steady growth. the tax cuts work
No violent crime in my neighborhood
Everyone has access to medical care,ask any illegal
Many improvements to schools have happened, you expect results overnight.
What have the dems done to correct any of what you are bitching about?
I think W spent too much on some things and not enough on others. But he is at least trying to do something. what are the dems doing besides blocking drilling in anwr,blocking social security reform,blocking trade agreements with columbia,trying to cut off funds to the troops in iraq.
W isn't perfect, but at least he has the best interests of the country in mind.

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Re: an obama achievement?
« Reply #87 on: May 12, 2008, 07:32:31 PM »
Fear and exaggeration to the point of hysteria when it comes to Obama.

Denial and rejection of the truth when it comes to Bush.

What has become of the $10 trillion in deficit spending that Bush spent over the last 8 years? (and please recall that this does not include the cost of Afghanistan or Iraq)

Does $880 billion to save 2.6 billion people from starvation seem so expensive now?

Is America safer than it was 8 years ago, now that Bush has spent $10 trillion?

Is the economy better than it was 8 years ago, now that Bush has spent $10 trillion?

Is the air we breathe cleaner now?

The water, surely, is much cleaner, right?

The tax cuts that caused all of this, they must have created millions of jobs like promised, right?

Surely we can walk the streets at night in peace knowing violent crime has dropped every year, since $10 trillion has been spent, right?

And we all know that no man, woman or child in America loses their homes because they can't pay their medical bills, because $10 trillion guarantees every man, woman and child in America has access to affordable, quality health care.

And since No Child Left Behind, surely American schools have become models of efficiency and responsibility, creating the next wave of intellectuals to foster in a renaissance of inventiveness in the coming decades.

What has the $10 trillion dollars Bush has spent in the last 8 years gotten the US?

Achievements?

Name 'em.  I'd like to see what my great-great-great-great-great grandchildren will be paying for with their 75% Federal Income tax dollars.

wow...how very nieve of a post.
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« Reply #88 on: May 12, 2008, 07:42:50 PM »
Personally I get sadder every day that I find people are falling for Obama's promises, and they are shown the truth and don't want to see it.  I decided I am voting against him no matter what, and if he wins then I WILL be able to say " I told you so, Thank GOD I did not vote for him."  You think it can't get worse than Bush, just wait and see.  JMHO
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