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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#11 - gildemoono
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say what you want about how he is at his job, no one can deny Obama is a pretty cool dude.
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#13 to #11 - anon id: d25266de
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If you think a guy who is destroying the country he was elected to serve and protect is a cool dude.
#17 to #13 - generaljosh
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Also, to serve and protect is the motto of the police, not the presidential office
#31 to #17 - raginasian
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User avatar #326 to #17 - derblastermaster
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Right, the President is supposed to preserve and defend.
#26 to #13 - bladeboy
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#41 to #26 - anon id: 0d46f771
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lol, saved
#27 to #26 - anon id: d16f0069
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When are you ***** gonna realize that anon's don't give a **** if we're thumbed down or up?
User avatar #34 to #27 - bladeboy
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I know that...I just find the picture funny. Chill out anon.
#178 to #27 - radarr
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#46 to #27 - anon id: 0d46f771
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You're forgetting about anons who remain anonymous because of fear. Not everyone has the juevos to have their opinion linked to their name, even if it is a user name unlikely to be traced back to the original peroson. Then there are people like me who are just too damn lazy to log in.
#230 to #46 - anon id: 350b4466
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Amen Anon!
#14 to #13 - aviriorix
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#47 to #13 - cooperjones
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#257 to #47 - anon id: d93f2c27
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Oh my god... I saw that gif and actually thought the whole room was shaking for a sec...
#53 to #13 - eldorito
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User avatar #120 to #53 - corkscrew
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His parents probably share the same viewpoints because it is most likely somebody who not yet old enough/smart enough to form their own opinions yet.
User avatar #30 to #13 - jinjo
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let me guess..

He's also a muslim extremist anti-christ reincarnate of Hitler..?
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#23 to #13 - baronvonlongshaft
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#19 to #13 - anon id: e4442bb0
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why dont u shut the **** up
#15 to #13 - anon id: 936888b6
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The only people destroying the country is Congress and the stupid as **** Tea Party members that got elected into it. Also, you completely ignored that guys comment and targeted him for his job and not who he is as a human you bigoted retard.
User avatar #29 to #15 - imagoddamntroll
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You can't just blame the Tea Party members though, those first two years of his office, weren't that great, and who ran the Congress? Democrats. I feel isolated in all these arguments because I'm a Republican, and it seems like all you guys do is bitch about the job they do. Red thumb me all you want, but it's true.
#36 to #29 - anon id: a91ff823
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No red thumb to you, but the republicans have held the majority in the house of representatives for years now, so if you're blaming congress you can't say its all the democrats.
User avatar #38 to #36 - imagoddamntroll
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I don't put blame to anybody, or any governing body, I blame our entire country. We have really just ****** ourselves over, and what do we do? The typical american thing and blame somebody else, the government.
User avatar #261 to #38 - Axelfbomber
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I had to log in to answer this, simply because if i did while anon i wouldn't get the message of a reply, if you do so.

The blame in the government and within the United States is as widespread as any. There are numerous fingers to point and it isn't getting anyone anywhere. There are multiple problems within congress right now. The beginning of Obama's term was simply disastrous as he failed with the bail out and the governments financial advisors failed to realize the problem with AIG.

You can also point blame towards the amount of expansion the government has gone through which is a waste of tax payers dollars as well as this conflict is too. If the United States wants to Police the world then so be it, but do it with control. Let our navy do it's work while our army comes home and is issued in areas where it's truly needed.


As for congress... well there are many problems. The stale mates between the republicans and the democrats is simply disgusting as they are merely voting for party affiliation and against anything anti party. There's a reason why Republicans hold a majority in congress and it's because the people of the US were tired of the crap the democrats were pulling.


The real problem now is how people aren't willing to take the blame and instead of taking the blame and fixing the problem, they're shoving it on to other people. Whether it be the immigrants, the dems, rep, tea party, the people, the rich, the poor, the president, or the war. Another major problem is how we have the baby boomers still in charge of their positions when they're stuck on their old idealized American Values which don't apply today. They're using their powers to benefit themselves, while the american people suffer.

Republican out.
#304 to #261 - opisprettycoolguy
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This is some true ****, and I'm mostly a liberal.
User avatar #478 to #261 - ManicalMayhem
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Well said, but I just would like to add one thing.

Most of our problems stem from that fact that we have a fiat currency in place, so there are 2 things that would greatly reduce most of them problems we have in the U.S.

Either End the Federal Reserve System, or Allow competing currencies in the U.S.
User avatar #562 to #478 - Axelfbomber
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I'm not sure how competing currencies would really help. If we the United states has competing currencies then it could potentially cause a confusion when changing between states. Also the 50 states have a large difference in their GDP and GSP. Some states are richer then others and to have competing currencies might just lag other states behind.

Your point of the FRS system is something I also believe in. Also by getting rid of that we could also get rid of other useless things such as Social Security, since it is raising the debt of the United States tremendously and even General Welfare can be cut to some degree. Having people live off the government and not doing any work is simply a waste of time, money and space. There's also a large problem with medicare and how much money is spent on illegal immigrants and uninsured americans.

Now your concept of the flat currency and competing currencies I'm not sure I understood perfectly, so I just merely talked at what it seemed to be getting at.

If it's not the case please elaborate
#565 to #562 - largenintimidating
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The Federal Reserve, despite its problems, is really more of a good thing than a bad thing. Now, it seems like it may be retarding economic growth, but the truth is that without it we’d be ****** five ways till Sunday.

The Federal Reserve has only been truly effective since the 50s-60s, and before that, when we had a recession, downturns hit hard. In 1873, 1897 and 1929-33, the fragile banking system of the US almost completely collapsed on three separate occasions with runs on banks. Without the Fed’s actions and those bailouts, the 10% unemployment we have now, which is seen as horrible by today’s standards, would be a dream scenario. With the Fed people bitch about sluggish recovery, but without it every recession has the economy go into freefall, worst of all in the 30s, when unemployment never fell below 14%. 14 ******* percent, and that was low for the 30s.

Fiat currency is really the only viable option since the US is a trading nation. It would no longer make sense for nations to buy American goods if the dollar was pegged to Gold or somethin like it, because the resulting rise in value would make buying in America a loss-high risk.

Welfare however, I agree on. We need to fix that. The Baby Boomers need to get their heads out of their asses and either vote for higher taxes to pay for their pensions, or accept those pensions being smaller/non-existent.
User avatar #575 to #565 - Axelfbomber
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You make some interesting points.

Wasn't the Federal Reserve System made in 1913 though? It was set up by JP Morgan because of the bank failures of 1907. Now the Great Depression was severe because unemployment went all the way past 21% and it's affect on the population as well as they way creditors work also changed because of it.

The point of the economic recession is it is actually shown to be periodical as well. It hits the world every 30-40 years, whether it turns into a light one or a great depression.

Another thing which can be done a way with is the mortgage rates people have on their houses since it is basically stealing from the people. The amount of interest and the cost asked for these houses is simply ridiculous and it's the main reason why people are losing their homes and are declaring bankruptcy.
#579 to #575 - largenintimidating
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Thing is, the Federal Reserve System was never really given the tools to do what it did now until after the GD. In 1929, less than a third of American Banks actually were a part of the system, so to most banks, and thus the majority of the Banking System, the Fed didn't exist. That's why the economy went into freefall as if there was no Fed, and after three-four years in that state before FDR even got around to the Emergency Banking Act, the Depression became a self-perpetuating monster.

Just because recessions happen regularly isn't really a reason for the Fed not to be there to mitigate some of the damage. Prevention is better than Cure, and the Fed pumping money into banks to prevent failures and freefall is the closest we can get to the former with the economy.

On your last point I couldn't agree more. We either put more restrictions on getting mortgages so that only people who can actually pay back can take them, or we make sure that interest rates on those loans can't skyrocket like they have. Banning mortgages entirely is a little... over the top, but more regulation in the area I fully support.
User avatar #586 to #579 - Axelfbomber
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of course the Federal Reserve has some importance, but the act of pumping money into a failing bank is also one of the many problems a capitalist society faces. I don't know much about the FRS nor how it affects banking systems, as that isn't my area of expertise, but, from what I know, to have a prevention on recession would be simply fantastic. The only problem is most of it is fueled by idiocy on the parts of the civilians whom partake in the companies and don't act quick enough to solve their own problems, and the greed on the corporate level where they truly do take advantage of some people. These two problems will most likely never be fixed or at least anytime soon.

And speaking of getting rid of the Mortgage system entirely was just a example of how problematic it is. Interest rates are normal and are used frequently in most objects of extreme value. This is merely to implement a paying system by the people who buy the item. Kind of like an insurance policy for the seller: either by the product faster or keep owing us. The only problem is how out of control the situation has gotten.

But the main problem with pumping money into these banks is using the public money in the private sector.
Surely these banks are enormously important, and the amount of money lost by their investors and the people who are apart of the bank would be disastrous, but there comes a point where a bank needs to die. The Act of the bailouts is just a prolonging of the bank. Honestly I believe if a business fails, it fails for a reason. This might not be entirely true for every business, as I'm sure some have come back strong, but this is just a small point.
#232 to #36 - anon id: 350b4466
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Dem's had the house, senate, and presidency for 2 years... under 2 years ago
#360 to #11 - anon id: 91cfb43a
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He is actually a ******* good president. Ony these ******* stoners are mad at him
#566 to #11 - anon id: 3d862e53
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That "pretty cool dude" signed ACTA.

Look it up. I use to respect him.
#572 to #11 - anon id: 28886abc
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obama is a ******
#563 to #11 - Pein
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But hey, even a rich and famous black person still lives in a government housing program
User avatar #54 to #11 - asgardian
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I agree. It's nice to a see a President indulge in humor.
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I wanna thumb, but it's at 69, and I just... grahblrfhajgldnf.
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User avatar #332 to #328 - froggoddess
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So what if I'm perverted?! Lotsa people are, they just aren't willing to admit it.
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User avatar #106 to #11 - SeoYummy
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I think obama president man is a cool guy eh,
runs the U.S. and doesn't afraid of terrorists
#22 - excitedllama
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Sometimes I think people are just too hard on him.
User avatar #39 to #22 - kravjohn
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dont know why the red pinkies, i completely agree
User avatar #45 to #22 - pitabread
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thats perfect
#25 to #22 - anon id: d16f0069
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Actually Seal Team 6 killed osama, Gaddafi's own citizens sodomized and killed him, cant give him credit for something that didn't happen, and how in the **** did he prevent a depression? We weren't even on the verge of a depression. In fact he raised the deficit...also where the **** are my donuts?
#33 to #25 - rimalus
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I do agree people are too hard on him myself, people were expecting miracles when he came to office, but he's only human and he did pretty well considering what Bush left him with. Besides, I shudder to think of the alternative...
User avatar #81 to #33 - spyronos
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I'll be honest I would **** Palin so hard
User avatar #169 to #81 - traviver
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Agreed, as hard as it is to admit.
User avatar #78 to #25 - EvanHoladay
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thats like saying hitler dosnt get credit for the holocaust because he didnt kill the jews himself
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#371 to #292 - anon id: 422b3066
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Dude, thats bull. And I don't even know why I'm responding to such an arguement..
#35 to #25 - dedaluminus
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#37 to #25 - trolltrollington
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someone got told
User avatar #52 to #25 - eldorito
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If Bush or Ron Paul were in charge when Bin Laden was killed, Bush/Paul would have airports named after themselves all over Texas.
The deficit had to be raised, pretty much.
#28 to #25 - boogerfart
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Well put sir
User avatar #57 to #25 - baditch
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he has raised the defecit a few trillion dollars since he was in office. and i fail to see how Bush cause Katrina. Also, this economic crisis doesnt even compare to the great depression. durring the depression, people would burn their furniture in the street for warmth.
#568 to #57 - largenintimidating
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It doesn’t compare to the Depression precisely because Obama and the Fed did what they did in ’09. Without those ******* bailouts and Federal Reserve Money Pumps, we were heading to a repeat of 1929-33.
#249 to #57 - anon id: 51a0a590
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Bush didn't cause katsina. Meh jus t didn't do anything to help afterwards.
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What in the **** did you just type?
#567 to #25 - largenintimidating
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On the Depression thing:
The bailouts and the actions of the Fed. They may have been unpopular, but really, the other option probably would have been Herbert Hoover’s term all over again. The entire banking system seizing up, preparing to die, the economy going into freefall, with unemployment racing past 14% (which it wouldn’t drop under until the 40s). I don’t know if you know your history, but the inaction during Hoover’s term put America into a Depression it took WWII to recover from. Obama acted, and congress didn’t bitch about it until he was done, and that’s why we were only on the verge.
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I wonder which one of the users below is you after you logged back in.
#58 to #22 - anon id: fc8899a8
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if anybody has taken college government they would know that the president cant really do anything because congress wears the pants.
User avatar #122 to #58 - corkscrew
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Take a high school government class and you learn that
#294 to #122 - fuckingtrolls
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I learned it in 6th grade U.S history, my history teacher was a Vietnam war veteran he was a ******* bad ass! R.I.P. Mr. Miranda, I don't remember his first name, I don't think he ever even mentioned his first name.
User avatar #72 to #22 - Wumbologist
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I agree--he IS human. Plus, he's actually pretty damn moderate for a Democrat, i.e. he still doesn't openly support gay marriage. The problem is that anything he does, people hate him for being him.
#364 to #22 - noongaonesun
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Despite how much I prefer obama over every other candidate, the U.S played an extremely small part in the operation against Gaddafi. Only 10% of strikes on libyan soil by NATO forces came from U.S Forces, compared to about 40% from England, and even more for France
User avatar #55 to #22 - baditch
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Alright, obviously there are people who like Obama, and you are obviously one of them, but you are talking about your opinion as if it were common knowledge.
User avatar #441 - TheAssassin
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I'm calling ********, if he was just born, he wouldn't have the muscular structure to hold that little lion up like that.
#481 to #441 - ninjapleazze
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tip of the hat to you sir
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#61 - cullenatorguy
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Even if you think he sucks (he doesn't) at his job, he has to have the best sense of humor out of all previous presidents.
User avatar #77 to #61 - exoduswire
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Yeah, he's doing a great job isn't he? He may have even killed my mother, considering my mother has cancer and he shut down the company that makes my mother's pills that help fight cancer, not to mention all of that money he's giving to Planed Parenthood, (Not that I really have a "problem" with PPH, but he made it a law that PPH get's their money before the US Military or the US Military doesn't get paid, including our Veteran's.) so now, my mother along with some other issues she sustained in the US Army, she's now going to lose operation of both of her arms, from injuries sustained in the Army, BUT ALSO he's threatening not paying ANY of the veterans for their service, along with a lot of active duty military personal.

SO MAYBE, little ***** like you should get a bit more INFORMED before you say if somebody's a good person or not.

Not to mention, my mother almost passed out while I was writing this from other injury's she got in the Army.

T.L.D.R. Obama is a **** person, and may have killed my mother at this point, along with a lot of other Brother's and Sister's and Father's and Son's and Mothers.
#93 to #77 - ilovetocuddle
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Not to be a dick this is just an outsiders insight.

assuming your story is true; then I feel for you bro. I couldn't live without my ma, and I understand your pain be strong and look for help don't ever give up!

If its indeed ******** then i'll find you. And molest you.

**** the government. All respect lost after the whole Nixon fiasco. (water gate and such)
at this point some of us realized how horrible the gov is. Bush is the classic example, but Nixon was worse. As a whole Obama is fair. better than Bush, and far better than our alternative less go around. If he's up against Romney then Obama can count my ******* vote.
User avatar #130 to #93 - corkscrew
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Who had faith in the government before Nixon? That sort of thing was just swept under the rug, not like it was non-existent. I mean, even one of the most respected presidents in FDR had mistresses on the side to get away from his ugly ass wife. There are only a few truly decent presidents that didn't have what we would consider problems now, and even fewer of them who were actually good at their job.
User avatar #111 to #93 - exoduswire
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My mother was in the Army for 3 year's and was honorably discharged not being able to continue due to injury.

32nd Air and Missile Defense Command (AAMDC), 11th Air Defense Artillery Imperial Brigade, Alpha Battery 2
Ft. Bliss, Texas

My mother was the only 14 Juliet that could operate THAAD, and the only woman to ever hold that position, my mother was Honorably Discharged at the Rank of Staff Sargent.

She went to Basic at Fort Leonard Wood, or nicknamed "Fort Lost-in-the Woods"

The thing is, it's not just my mother or family effected by all of this **** Obama is doing.
User avatar #100 to #77 - cullenatorguy
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I kind of want to argue with you, but seeing as how we are both biased pieces of **** I won't. Good day sir.
User avatar #114 to #100 - exoduswire
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NO you won't argue with me because you don't know **** of what Obama has done, you just "Take people's word for it".
User avatar #137 to #114 - cullenatorguy
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Wow you really want to argue. Listen bub, not everybody wins. I win with Obama, you just happen to lose. I'm sorry for that, but we all deal. My aunt could die if the Republicans are made president. I don't want that. You don't want your mother to die, I understand that. Do you know why he is cutting spending on the military? Because we need it less and less everyday. Like I said before, not everyone can win, don't get pissed off because you got unlucky. Remember, he can't pass laws and things on his own, congress or senate (cant remember which atm) has to approve. So go blame everyone for using logic. There are other places that money is needed. You'll come back at me with caps and rage, and I'll sit here and smirk at your ignorance, If you don't, then the respect that I lost for you when I read your first comment might come back a little. Once again, have a nice day. <-------- I'm being sincere.
User avatar #176 to #137 - exoduswire
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Actually Obama, has written many laws and broke many laws with out Congresses approval He's committed high treason as well (which all of congress has also done) he skipped his court trial, (Oh gee, I wonder what would happen if I did that!) because he said it wasn't important, do I need to remind the American people that Congress and the President along with the police and ect, are NOT above the law?

And about us not needing the military, WOULD be true, if the American people were aloud to defend themselfs then the entire populous would be our army thus eliminating most of the need for it. It's a sure shame when the American people don't realize this, and that will be our downfall.

You know nothing of what the military does, and you're too afraid to actually ******* use your common sense.

But then again, Common Sense wasn't even common 2400 years ago so, go be a Sheep and follow your herder, Obama.

There will always be a need for the Military sadly, this world isn't a ******* John Lennon song.

So Baahh Baaaah Cullenatorguy
User avatar #224 to #176 - cullenatorguy
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Oh I forgot to say one last thing. Everything you have said is ********. I'm not sure if you are trolling, if you are, great. If you are not a troll, then you should do some research. High treason? I laughed when I read that. We are aloud to defend ourselves, second amendment. I do my own research, you see, I live in the south, so as you would imagine, Democrats aren't treated very nicely down here. The fact that I'm able to see past all the **** that is being fed to me is amazing even to myself. I have to do research to be able to defend myself. I read, learn, watch the news (not Fox) and try to keep up to date. I don't honestly know much about the military, although they are supposed to be protecting our freedom, but lately it seems like they are the ones suppressing it (people join Al Qaeda to fight us to try and get Americans off their soil). 2,400? Random number... I realize we have need of a military, but right now funding for it needs to be cut because we are pulling out of the Middle East. I don't know what else to say really. If you want to even try and convince me of anything, I want multiple links from multiple sources trying to support your argument. Especially the high treason one. Thanks. Bye for good now, unless I see links...
#258 to #224 - anon id: 51a0a590
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He,ll probably link you to some sort of [url deleted] or something haha. But Nonetheless, I couldn't agree with you more. I'd consider myself a liberal, but I also like to learn the different sides of any argument.
User avatar #246 to #224 - bloodseel
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After reading that and being a legitimate outsider, (I'm from Australia) I would have to agree with you. Unlike exodus, (No offence) you are not blinded by what is happening in your personal life. The best thing that you can do is hear both sides of the story and make up your mind then and I do believe that you made a much better point. On the subject of the armies and America. American civilians have more guns then the Russian army so the army supposed to protect the people from OUTSIDE threats and not necessarily internal threats, (as always there are exceptions)
User avatar #187 to #176 - cullenatorguy
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Let me be the mature one here. Bye.
#256 to #77 - anon id: 51a0a590
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**** you. The military gets 43 cents of every taxpayer dollar, the next highest being 8 cents to things like public parks and bridges. Don't bitch about the military not getting enough money, when, in reality they are getting plenty, if not too much.

Also. Pills? For cancer? Why not chemotherapy or radiation treatment? With "obamacare", which you conservatives complain sooooo much about, more effective treatment for cancer is possible, but nooooooo. Because that socialist muslim Kenyan president of ours proposed it, it must be something bad.
User avatar #265 to #256 - cullenatorguy
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False, Romney first proposed the bill back in the 90s. either him or some other republican idiot. (not all republicans are idiots).
User avatar #361 to #265 - havocman
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yep, although a slight correction would be that the idea of an individual mandate for healthcare is a republican idea.

and Romney sponsored a healthcare bill when he was governor of Massachusetts which he later signed and is the bill that obama modeled the federal healthcare bill after.
#116 to #61 - anon id: a712f826
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I you believe that's true without a doubt. I'm not sure you know our previous presidents that well.
User avatar #65 to #61 - plasmaowl
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******* agreed (he does a great job by the way)
#66 to #61 - notevenmad
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Because it ******* matters..
Because it ******* matters..
#68 to #61 - houseofbrick
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I'm supportive of Obama (and his wonderful sense of humor), but still critical of many things. Still way better than Santorum or Romney, who are in the Republican lead.
#517 - edzeppelin
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You misspelled "wasn't". Obama is clearly Simba. Can't you see the resemblance?
#453 - acompletedumbass **User deleted account**
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#248 - rawrasaurus
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Uncut footage.
Uncut footage.
#165 - havokisdead
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**havokisdead rolled a random image posted in comment #98 at Mother of God... ** my birth.
#175 to #165 - tastycupcakes
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lucky bastard
lucky bastard
#200 to #175 - iakushka
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how he was really born
how he was really born
#205 to #200 - tastycupcakes
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LMAO i could not stop laughing
LMAO i could not stop laughing