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Posted in: Clinton says she won't be 'knocked off course' in final week See in context

Isn't it amazing how HIllary thinks she is so above the law?

"Clinton’s advisers and fellow Democrats pressured FBI Director James Comey anew to release more details about the emails..."

Really? Since when is it that the accused pressures the law enforcement agency into providing information?!?! Amazing.

Can't wait to see Hillary in an orange jumpsuit.

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Posted in: 'Sizable percentage' of world leaders probably crazy, Obama tells Seinfeld See in context

Obama should know. He leads the pack of crazies, but he wouldn't qualify as a "leader" by any stretch of the imagination.

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Posted in: Walker becomes 15th Republican to join White House race See in context

Anyone who thinks Hillary is qualified to lead America after her constant lying and the Benghazi cover up is delusional.

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Posted in: Michelle Obama's absence likely to be felt in Japan See in context

Obama's wife is a disgrace to the White House. All she does is spend taxpayer money on lavish trips, bringing her posse wherever she goes. And when she is not living it up on our dime, she is complaining how horrible and racist America is. Why can't she have a little class? Just a little.

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Posted in: Obama savages Romney foreign policy in last debate See in context

@cabadaje

That's not surprising, actually. Most Americans tend to only care about themselves, and only give lip service to the idea of >living peacefully with the rest of the world.

Oh, "most Americans" according to what survey? I love how you you magically have the pulse of "most Americans" when you don't live here. Impressive!

Or was unable to

Romney could have nailed Obama on the Benghazi attack, but chose to not engage in "gotcha" tactics such as those employed by Obama.

A restaurant has a white manager who actively shuns any black patrons. He is removed and a black manager is put in who doesn't distinguish too much between races. More black customers begin to use the restaurant. Racism?

What a silly metaphor. Obama has, from the start of his Presidency, divided Americans along lines of race. Look at he and Eric Holder's refusal to prosecute the New Black Panthers for voter intimidation in Philadelphia. In the case of Professor Gates at Harvard, Obama instinctively sides with the black man vs the white cop, saying "I don't know all the facts, but it appears that the Cambridge Police acted stupidly." Then, in the case of the teen shot in Florida (Trayvon Martin), Obama makes the stupid comment "if I had a son, he's look like Trayvon." HUH?!?! Obama's AG Holder refers to blacks as "my people", etc. etc.

Obama was mentored by his biological father Frank Marshal Davis in anti-colonial, anti-white thinking. Now, it's all coming out. He can't help it. It's who he is.

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Posted in: Obama savages Romney foreign policy in last debate See in context

JT Danman- and 98% of blacks voted for Barack Obama rather than McCain. And that's not racist?

What's your point. Obama is a terrible president and a worse leader. Why would anyone support him?

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Posted in: Obama savages Romney foreign policy in last debate See in context

Perhaps this article should be "Obama Fails to Protect Americans From Savages in Libya, Romney Says"??

Romney had a chance to pin Obama to the wall, but chose not to.

The fact is that Obama's administration blamed the attack on the a video as a way of distracting the American people from the truth - that Obama and his team failed to help Ambassador Stevens and the others. What really ticked me off was the fact that Obama and Secretary of State Clinton reserved words like "despicable", "disgusting" and "deplorable" to describe the video rather than the barbaric murder of American citizens.

Is this really leadership?

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Posted in: Obama savages Romney foreign policy in last debate See in context

It appears that the majority of posters on this site are people living in Japan, because it is clear that the majority of you are buying the liberal CNN clap trap peddled in the liberal media all over the world. On the home front here in the U.S. I can tell you that Obama has completely disillusioned so many Americans with his huge deficits, lack of respect for the Constitution and reckless use of Executive Orders. The Obama magic has completely worn off and the DNC is desperate and scrambling to find a way to turn the momentum back in their favor, but it's too late. Romney is going to be the 45th president of the United States of America.

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Posted in: Cain says he won't be forced out of White House race by sex scandal claims See in context

@HumanTarget How on earth do you think that Obama can defeat Cain so easily? Obama has lost a large section of independents as well as Democrat voters and surely hasn't swayed any conservatives. Cain has experience that Obama has only read about. 3 years of floundering in the White House doesn't count. Obama is scared to death of running against Cain. And black voters will face a tough question... "Do I vote for the real black man or the manufactured one?"

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Posted in: Cain says he won't be forced out of White House race by sex scandal claims See in context

Bottom line is this - Obama's camp is terrified of the thought of running against Cain, whether he is the presidential or VP nominee because Cain has far more experience than Obama when it comes to actually doing something and also because it takes away their favorite weapon - the race card. He's also afraid that blacks in America will listen to what Cain says and see that he wants to help blacks escape the dependency mindset and free them, unlike the Dems that want to keep them dependent on government programs. After all, we know that people tend to vote for the candidate that promises them the most goodies, especially Democrat voters. And if Cain is the VP candidate, I believe the presidential running mate will be Newt Gingrich, who will roast Obama alive in any debate. It will be humorous to watch that.

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Posted in: Obama caps summit diplomacy in Hawaiian home state See in context

"Born in Hawaii, Obama reveled in..."

Where's the proof of the first part of this statement? If a historian to document this man's life, how can he/she know the truth of this statement when the president seals his records and doesn't allow anyone to see the original document?

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

All you libs who declare Cain dead in the GOP race, don't get your hopes up too high. I am starting to think we might see a Cain-Gingrich or Gingrich-Cain ticket. They would be formidable against Obama-Biden, in fact I am very confident that Obama will be gone if they have to face them. I would love to see Obama debate Gingrich. Obama would get shellacked. It would be funny... like a college grad student debating a kindergartner. Obama would be lost without his handlers and teleprompter. Can't wait!

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

Well - here's your proof, folks. http://www.mrctv.org/videos/investigator-herman-cain-innocent-harassment-charges

Bialek was lying, it appears.

As for your supposed settlements", where did Cain admit to wrongdoing? These stupid sexual harassment charges are made all the time and often settled for a small sum, not out of admission of guilt but to move on. This is so silly.

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

@yabits YES! I do believe potential presidents should have a thorough background check!! Yes! Yes! What would have happened had such a background check been done on our current president? He would have NEVER been the Democratic nominee. Never. Doesn't it bother you that he is hiding all his personal records? From elementary through college? Everything hidden. Why? His birth records. His Senate voting record. Hidden. His health records. Hidden. Why? Let's apply your test to this president. What a hilarious day that would be because he would be found out to be a complete fraud and impeached in a heartbeat.

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

Taka313 "It might have been two months,” he sold Van Susteren." He "sold" Van Susteren?!?! Now you're accusing Cain of being a pimp, are ya? And Greta, that nice gal from Wisconsin, would never be involved in prostitution! Huh? Oh... Oooooooooooooh... you meant he "told" Van Susteren.... Oooooooooooh... I get it. Must have been a real valid source that you got that quote there, Taka. Couldn't even figure the difference between "sold" and "told". The Onion, perhaps?

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

Taka313 Cain never blamed this on Mitt Romney. Where did you get that?

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

Taka313 Where are the facts of these so-called "sexual harassment suits" to which you keep referring? I haven't seen them. http://www.pjtv.com/?cmd=mpg&mpid=105&load=6245

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

Something tells me that President Obama is very pertinent to this discussion, considering that he will be Cain's opponent in the 2012 election should Cain get the GOP nod. And with all the talk of how "historical" the election of our first "black" (1/2 black in reality) president was, would it not be significant that a man who actually defines "black" is running against the guy who so many incorrectly labeled as "black?". Before you get in a tizzy, explain to me how 1 divided by 2 equals 51% or more. The fact is that Obama is half black, not 53% black. As bad as the progressives and liberals want it to be, their leader isn't fully black. What if Obama was 1/4 black or 1/8? Would they still be calling him black? And why is it that Obama talks like a white guy in some circles but feels he has to put on his "Brutha" thang when talking in other circles? I stand by my contention that the Obama is scared to death of the prospect of having to run against Cain because it neutralizes their ability to pull out the race card - Obama's only weapon. If his record as president is brought into question, he will lose. Americans have had it with his wrecked economy, total lack of leadership and his concealed past.

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

As for Herman Cain, he is the son of two blacks, therefore he is black as compared to Barack Obama. And if blacks were pulling for a candidate who had lived in a poor household as a child, dealt with racist attitudes in the south and worked his way to the top through sheer grit and determination, Herman Cain would be their candidate. He had nothing handed to him. He worked for it. Obama's upbringing, on the other hand, is far removed from what most black Americans know. Private, expensive schooling in Hawaii, schooling at Occidental, Columbia and Harvard, etc. So it remains a mystery to me how blacks support Obama and think Herman Cain is an Uncle Tom. I guess it shows how effective the leftists have become at controlling the black population in this country. Tell them they are incapable of doing things themselves, implement affirmative action policies which allow scholastically inferior students to get scholarships based solely on their skin color, force companies to hire based on skin color quotas, etc. etc. I wish that all black people in America would rise up against this tyranny and show us they can make something of themselves.

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

OK - so who are the 3 women who filed complaints against Cain?

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

@Triumvere Deep... real deep.

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

@Tigermothll Bravo! Well said.

I find it so hypocritical that the left goes into a tizzy over so-called "sexual harassment" when they are close to being completely devoid of any morals in the area of sexual behavior. Who is it that pushes gay marriage? The left. Who is it that champions the artificial insemination and birth of children to gay couples so they can shove it in the face of others? The left. Who is it that believes in the "right" of a woman to kill her unborn child because it is "inconvenient"? The left. Who is that sanctions the gruesome act of "late-term" abortions? The left. Who is it that pushes for homosexuality being taught in schools? The left. The list goes on and on. ANYTHING that is considered sexually immoral or deviant from a historical standpoint is championed by the left.

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Posted in: Cain sex accuser goes public in New York; he denies it on late-night TV See in context

@Black Passenger

Clinton is not from Little Rock. He is from Hope, AR.

And I wouldn't be so quick to write off Mr. Cain.

Americans are waking up to the fact that these attacks are being conveniently orchestrated to knock a "real" black man off the ticket. You see, Obama's camp is terrified at the thought of black Americans hearing Herman Cain's message of hard work, self reliance and responsibility, which is the antithesis to the Democratic slave plantation, which is to keep blacks dependent on the government. And to make it worse for Obama, they won't be able to use the race card when it's a pure black man as the opponent. That fact totally neuters Obama. He's got nothing but the race card because his record on the economy and foreign policy is a disaster.

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Posted in: Japan air traffic controller leaks Obama flight plan on blog See in context

I can see doing this Obama. I can definitely see it.

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Posted in: Obama tries to reassure public on economy, jobs See in context

Obama is a downright fool. The Bin Laden "killing" story is also very suspect.

Obama killed Osama and we got 72 versions.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death complicates U.S. war plan in Afghanistan See in context

It is so appalling that the U.S. material afforded this idiot an Islamic burial ritual after the Navy Seals got him.

Typical Barack Obama. What a fool.

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Posted in: Obama sets ambitious goal to reduce U.S. oil imports See in context

Obama is only doing this because he needs to build some momentum heading towards the 2012 election.

What an absolute fool.

I hope he loses in a landslide. He is a disaster for America and for the world.

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Posted in: Night in the gym See in context

It could get very boring in there all day long. I would hope that groups would volunteer different activities or forms of entertainment for these poor people. If I could play an instrument I would love to play for these people. Hang in there, folks. You are going to be alright.

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Posted in: Beautiful flower See in context

How can you look at this photo and not smile?

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Posted in: Twins' Nishioka, Casilla working on language barrier See in context

“Watashi wa sore o motte!”??????

What on earth is that supposed to mean? I seriously doubt that any Japanese infielder tracking a fly ball in a game calls off fellow infielders with that gobbledy gook of a sentence.

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