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  1. #1 Obama warns disabled veterans prolonged sequester could put their benefits in jeopard 
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    President Obama took his case for ending the sequester to hundreds of disabled veterans Saturday, saying he protected their benefits from the “reckless” cuts to the federal budget but suggesting next year might be different.
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    I've just got one thing to say...

    FUCK YOU OBAMA.

    Protected benefits? I'll remember that when my BAH is cut, and your veto'ing bills that give me more then a 1% pay raise.
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    Late fees: Taxpayers foot the hefty bill for Obama’s talk-show tour

    hen it comes to late-night comedy shows, President Obama is a prolific guest, but taxpayers might not be laughing along with him.Mr. Obama’s televised chat Tuesday on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno in Los Angeles was his 10th appearance on a TV talk show while in office, outpacing all other presidents and hosts since the days of John F. Kennedy and Jack Paar in the early 1960s.




    The goal of these appearances is partly to boost the president’s image and partly to promote his agenda. Taxpayers foot the bill for Mr. Obama’s high-cost travel on Air Force One.
    At $180,000 per flight hour to operate the presidential aircraft, the trip cost taxpayers more than $1.8 million just for the flying time to California and back. That doesn’t include two 50-minute flights in California on Marine One, the presidential helicopter; or the cost of lodging dozens of White House staffers and Secret Service agents overnight, or the cost of 20-vehicle motorcades at the various stops.
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    Critics Complain About Obama's Luxury Vacation in Martha's Vineyard

    Published: August 10th 2013, 11:30am

    Today President Barack Obama, along with First Lady Michelle and daughters Malia and Sasha will be flying up to Martha's Vineyard, the popular vacation island for the elite off the coast of Massachusetts, for a much needed summer vacation. While Congress embarked on its five-week break last week, this is the only time off the president gets in the summertime, and I'm sure it will be spent with plenty of golf sessions, days on the beach, and family ice cream runs. Of course, though, it seems poor Barack can't take a step without haters coming out of the woodwork.
    A plethora of Republican lawmakers have already take a break from their August recess to criticize Obama for a taking an expensive on-week vacation while million of Americans are struggling financially. The president pays for food and souvenirs himself, while it's the taxpayers that eat the cost of Air Force One and the travel expenses of the Secret Service. The $7.6 million estate of Chicago private equity executive and Democratic donor David Schulte that the Obamas are renting this year is coming out of their own pockets.

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    Once again people, what possibly made Americans believe that this individual was the most qualified person we had to lead us, are we honestly this fucking stupid?
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    hussein isn't a President, he's a tribal chief. He looks like one. He talks like one. He acts like one.

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    The Democrats get their so-called immigration reform and they will have the presidency locked up for generations, this is our country from here on out.
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    I'm sorry but I can no longer except this, we cannot possibly be this pants on head retarded that we elected this man for a second term. there had to be illegal activity at the ballot box to reelect this man, I cannot except that we voted for him in a fair and honest election, I have more faith in my countryman then that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    I'm sorry but I can no longer except this, we cannot possibly be this pants on head retarded that we elected this man for a second term. there had to be illegal activity at the ballot box to reelect this man, I cannot except that we voted for him in a fair and honest election, I have more faith in my countryman then that.
    Don't forget the work of his loyal minions at IRS. The tea party groups had fund raising problems due to the inability of many to get tax exempt status. Who knows how many votes were lost because of that? Who knows how many sat on their hands at home on election day because they didn't like Romney. I hope they're really liking Obama.

    And to answer your initial question, Rock, yes I do think people were stupid enough to vote for him the 2nd time.
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    Give thanks to all of those "conservatives" who stayed home on election day because Romney wasn't conservative enough for them. Well, compared to Obama, Romney is far right of Reagan.
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