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Old 11-21-2014, 09:26 PM   #376
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6 investigations! All the same results, what a fucking waste... and Fox still brings it up 6 times a day.


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This is supposed to be a negative? Not necessarily it all becoming food stamps, but spending military money on issues on the homefront would be a bad thing? Really?
I know, right?

It's the financial decision the government should obviously be making. Huge tax cuts for the rich and an overly expensive military are pretty much the reason for the debt.
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Old 12-03-2014, 06:27 PM   #378
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6 investigations! All the same results, what a fucking waste... and Fox still brings it up 6 times a day.
Obviously because a certain pants suit wearer is waiting to take her crown...

I'm awaiting with great anticipation the debates where the GOP candidate tries to knock her down over Benghazi...after Romney made himself look like an idiot over the same non-issue four years prior.

I salivate in knowing that they will all be running around, foaming at the mouth when Hilary has a great electoral college lead months before November...

"But BENGHAZI! Benghazi! BLARGH BLARGH ERGH!"
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Old 12-08-2014, 08:04 PM   #379
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Highest consumer confidence in 7 years, best job gains in 15 years, inflation in check, nearly tripled dow jones, hell, even gas prices are down.

I blame Obama.
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Old 12-09-2014, 06:54 AM   #380
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Highest consumer confidence in 7 years, best job gains in 15 years, inflation in check, nearly tripled dow jones, hell, even gas prices are down.

I blame Obama.

To be fair, the latest boost for the economy (the fall in oil prices) was not really influenced by Obama.

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To be fair, the latest boost for the economy (the fall in oil prices) was not really influenced by Obama.

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Wait, that can't be true, it was all his fault when oil prices rose. I thought he controls everything?!


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Old 12-09-2014, 09:07 PM   #382
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Wait, that can't be true, it was all his fault when oil prices rose. I thought he controls everything?!


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Reminds me of this: Newt Gingrich's $2.50 gas promise - Feb. 24, 2012
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Old 12-09-2014, 09:20 PM   #383
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They're more worried that this could cause a flooding of gas/oil because it's down to about $40/barrel. It's nice now, but let's hope the long term effects aren't as bad as they're predicting.
On a point about Obama and politics. It's really sad how both sides of the spectrum seem to play a tug of war of how bad the economy is so they can blame the opponent. They only want the economy to be good if they can take credit. I don't care who is president as long as our country is on the right track. But the fact of the matter is, our country is not on the right track and most of the American people believe the same.
It's encouraging that John Boehner (who I have not been a fan of in the past) and some reps/dems are willing to try and make some immigration compromise. This problem is that radical liberals and radical conservatives are running their respective parties! Obama hasn't presented any immigration compromise that is even close to feasible and a lot of the republicans are just anti Obama and don't come up with any sort of plan but to chastise the president. That doesn't help much either!
January-June of 2015 will be very telling of our future as a nation. If we don't compromise, we're going to hell fast.


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Old 12-17-2014, 02:38 PM   #384
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Cuba Libre'

one of Obama's better moves, this will be a huge part of his legacy
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It's about time.

Of course the Republicans are completely 100% backwards on Cuba and still acting like it's 1960.
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Jay-Z, Bey, and Francis all worked together on Cuba.
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I'm not going to pretend to like Obama, but this is the right decision. In past UN resolutions the US was one of the small handful of countries to vote against the continuation of the blockade.
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The right's response has been absolutely scary hilarious.


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Finally. This is one of the best achievements of the Obama presidency. Makes me happy that I voted for the guy.


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Once again Rand Paul wins the GOP IQ (and testes) test

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Rand Paul Breaks With Rubio and Bush Over Cuba

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is the latest potential presidential candidate to weigh in on policy changes to Cuba and the libertarian leaning Republican's position splits from other Republicans who are also considering a presidential run.

Paul told Tom Roten of News Talk 800 in West Virginia that the 50-year embargo "just hasn't worked" and normalizing relations with the island nation is "probably a good idea."

"If the goal is regime change, it sure doesn't seem to be working and probably it punishes the people more than the regime because the regime can blame the embargo for hardship," he said.
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