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posted on May, 31 2011 @ 11:58 PM
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Originally posted by dillweed
reply to post by Immortalgemini527
[moreThe only jobs this guy has created are federal jobs. Who do you think pays for that? Wake up! The stimulus was the biggest waste of money EVER. You cannot possibly believe this guy wants the US to succeed.



But he created jobs,Something that for some ungodly reason in life in the face of the galaxy... republicans wont do.
republicans just dont creat jobs for nothing and nobody.
Republicans think in a way thats just not godly....period !



Greatest Secret ever told all time ever. Ranked three on earth of the matrix of time.

You see, I have an ability to travel within the matrix and frequencies of life as ive been doing it and have opened many other doors in perfecting and reading things amongst the people on this earth.

In 1986. [GREATEST SECRET ALL TIME RANKED #2 IN THE GALAXY OF A HUMANS EARS]

IN 1986 you humans was in war with the devil himself.
The devil unleashed his wrath upon you humans by taking the one thing that meant the most to the world…the ‘Woman’
From Reagan to bush, to crack, to Michael Jordan, to gangster rape, to Nike, apple computers.

Nevertheless, I knew it would end in 20 years/200 years ‘2007’

After looking at the TV series ‘24’ and they had the black president playing a part, I knew something was going on, but then, The biggest win of Dungy's career came against his close friend and protege, Bears coach Lovie Smith. They were the first black head coaches in the 41-year history of the Super Bowl.
February 4, 2007

The devils 20 years were clearly over as change was looking …odd.

However, others and I could not wait to feel and breath, and bath in the ‘7’, 2007 was the very end of the devils 20-year reign of terror on you humans, and we loved it, we couldn’t care less what was to come, whether it be a black president white president or republican, we knew what ever was to come after 2007 it would be good .we never cared and we still don’t care about neither side. Just the right and good side, that is it,

Did we think the matrix was going to flip like that? Yes, but not having a black president, that really was not in my….far seeing.

You humans let little ‘Names ‘’such as republican and democrat, whites and black, Hispanics and whites, black and Hispanics, the donkey and the elephant separate you all into a total different dimension of life, that’s so far off the middle of the matrix its causing all of your casualties of mental hate and agony, that your god doesn’t feel loved.

To us, this is bigger then just ‘Names’ and ‘Words’ ,this is about the after life ,this is about who wins in the long run, who goes to hell and who doesn’t. Time has already decided which way he wants to go with the new updated version of life, just enjoying life down you all.
Copy written by img527 on june 1st 2011 to 2361
Greatest secret ever told that the *&^%&^&*^&%$% might not like.
However, out of respect for your …little talent, I will indirect it in a riddle.

Everything evolves
Everything.
I remember when words was words and numbers was numbers, now look at them0100101010101010101011010000110101010110010101001101001001010101010100100101101010100000100101001010101010100100101010100101010110101010
I wonder when it comes to aliens. What are the humans looking for?
A green man in a saucer?
A…A umm, a sphere or something.

Greatest warning to humanity in the near future 2361.

It will be a time that the humans will be tested by computers them selves, for they are evolving faster then you can imagine.

Everything evolved……Even ‘Sound’

Did you hear the loud sound/frequency the start of this year?
I guess im way off topic but Obama is a Leo just like Bill Clinton, we trust the leos, regardless what color they are. so if we have 4 more years of a leo in office, to me that’s good enough.
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posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 10:10 AM
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I've read your entire post and have reached the conclusion that you have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. Secondly and most sadly, that you support Barry no matter what he does because you believe you've been wronged and this will make it right. Get a life.



posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 12:23 AM
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reply to post by Immortalgemini527
I've read your entire post and have reached the conclusion that you have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.


Were you able to glean that much? I was seriously worried about the guy; the whole post seemed disjointed and actually weird, like he was under the influence. I don't mean to insult him, but there was a strange feeling when I read that post.


Secondly and most sadly, that you support Barry no matter what he does because you believe you've been wronged and this will make it right. Get a life.


Well, that's obvious. Obama can do no wrong, according to him. I wish him luck.:shk:



posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 07:47 PM
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What the heck was that gobbledygook? Please contribute something useful to the thread. The metaphysical forum is elsewhere. As is the hoax forum.

/TOA



posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 09:37 PM
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Originally posted by consigliere
reply to post by The Old American
 


The lessor of two evils,,,if applicable of course(disclaimer
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edit on 25-5-2011 by consigliere because: (no reason given)


Such a terrible reason, though I know a common one. Fight the dysfunctional two-party system. There are other choices, find them



posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 09:52 PM
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Medicare is the reason I will vote for Obama.

I will not vote for Republican president that will rubber stamp the Republican plans of tossing the future elderly to the whims of private insurance instead of increasing fraud investigations or allowing medicare to negotiate for lower drug prices..



posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 11:41 AM
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Barrack Obama is the greatest. He's young looking, charismatic and the smartest man alive. He deserves 4 more years as he was responsible for the death of Bin Laden. He's made this country better. And he's also the start of the take ov- I mean, he's an exceptional speaker! Yeah, that's it.



posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 12:06 PM
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Take a close look at Europe and tell me that's what we should follow. Your country is falling apart around you, the cost of living is increasing daily, and all you care about paying for your sedentary lifestyle. A lifestyle that pays for overweight, out of shape slugs who think they are entitled to cradle to grave healthcare, It's time to cut the clueless loose because I'm tired of helping those who wont help themselves.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 03:03 PM
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Check the sig to see who I'm voting for.



posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 09:03 PM
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Please allow me to play "Devil's Advocate" (but at least a realistic one). I can't argue that our president isn't socialist, authoritarian, European in outlook, anti-Founders, and whatever "etc." you care to add, he is all that. Nor will I try to argue that breaking "only" X % of his promises is a small thing, remember "Read my lips ..." Bush?
Neither will I claim that he has strengthened the country in any area, foreign or domestic. I couldn't say any of those things with a straight face. (And if you can, shame on you.)

BUT, I will argue that he has potential. Consider what might happen if he were to announce that he would try a different set of policies, entirely different from those he's currently committed to. Minorities would probably follow along, the rest of the country (except, perhaps, for the Workers Party of America) might utter sighs of relief and there would be a chance that the country could go forward united.

Any other set of circumstances will leave Big Government types fighting Big Business types - which should be interesting considering the overlap - and lines of conflict drawn so as to seperate nearly everyone from everyone else. Therefore, Obama's reelection is essential to the country.



posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 09:33 PM
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Originally posted by drwizardphd
I don't know who I'm planning to vote for, so it's a little early to say that I WILL vote for anyone in particular.

I would say if anyone has their mind made up either way at this point, then they are partisan/predetermined voters who do not vote logically, but vote based on party or feeling.

We'll have to see what Obama does in the next year, and what other candidates end up on the ballot.

Given the GOP's penchant for picking terrible candidates, Obama has a decent chance of getting my vote. He hasn't done anything that terrible (despite all the spin), and I truly feel that typical Neo-Con Republican leadership would be disastrous for our country given the state it's in.

However, if Ron Paul is on the ticket he's got my vote. I might even write his name in again like I did in '08.

Time will tell. Nobody should have their mind made up yet, if they have, they're only proving their own ignorance/partisanship.


Most of what you have written above...I have been thinking as I read the posts on this thread. I don't yet know who I am going to vote for either. President Obama (as we all know) inherited an awful mess from the last administration.....he has another year to go.....I am waiting to see what he tries to do. He has been in office a little over 3 years....and he is trying to clean up an 8 year mess....



posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 09:44 PM
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Originally posted by dillweed
reply to post by Kaploink
 
Take a close look at Europe and tell me that's what we should follow. Your country is falling apart around you, the cost of living is increasing daily, and all you care about paying for your sedentary lifestyle. A lifestyle that pays for overweight, out of shape slugs who think they are entitled to cradle to grave healthcare, It's time to cut the clueless loose because I'm tired of helping those who wont help themselves.



People who are on medicare etc. are on it because they really need it. There is a heavy screening process that happens before you can get on it....and there are many people that are disabled and/or senior citizens who have worked and now don't work either because they are ill and/or retired. Maybe some of them are more sedentary than others...(so what!)...maybe they need to be that way....(there may be some very good reasons why they are.) People are entitled to healthcare...that is the caring humanitarian thing to do. As for all people on disability and/or retirement benefits and healthcare...being overweight and out of shape slugs....actually...the exact opposite is true for many.....they don't get enough to eat sometimes....and also many of those people do exercise.



posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 05:46 PM
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Show me a better option and I will vote for them.

Until then, Pres. Obama looks to be the best choice.

Hope and Change? I believe he came in with that thinking, but immediately found himself the captain of sinking ship amongst a mutiny while at the same time being boarded by pirates.

I will vote for anyone with better solutions, but for the time being he appears the only one to give a crap about the ship sinking whilst everyone else is either stabbing eachother or plundering...or often both.



posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 05:54 PM
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Originally posted by dillweed
reply to post by Kaploink
 
Take a close look at Europe and tell me that's what we should follow. Your country is falling apart around you, the cost of living is increasing daily, and all you care about paying for your sedentary lifestyle. A lifestyle that pays for overweight, out of shape slugs who think they are entitled to cradle to grave healthcare, It's time to cut the clueless loose because I'm tired of helping those who wont help themselves.



Maybe you should move to Korea? Or someplace without a social safety net. just be prepared to off yourself when you are no longer useful.



Suicide rate of elderly soars in past two decades


Seoul (AsiaNews/Agencies) - Social changes, economic hardship and a minimal social welfare system have been blamed for driving increasing numbers of elderly South Koreans to suicide.

The suicide rate among the elderly has surged by more than five times in the past 20 years.

South Korea has only a limited social safety net.


www.asianews.it...

Or maybe we can follow the basic tenant of civilization that even the most primitive of tribes follow...Care for your sick and elderly?



posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 06:04 PM
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after watching the treasonous behavior of boehner and his crony's using an obscure beaurocratic mechanism to hold the country hostage to deliberatley stall the economy so they can win the white house, I will never vote republican again in my lifetime

so if obama is the democratic nominee, he gets my vote



posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 06:51 PM
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I would only vote for him *gasp* if he promised full disclosure of black technologies, ALL OF THEM, and if he did this in writing with the caveat that he would resign if he didn't fulfill the disclosure promise within 30 days of taking office.



posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 06:58 PM
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Originally posted by syrinx high priest
after watching the treasonous behavior of boehner and his crony's using an obscure beaurocratic mechanism to hold the country hostage to deliberatley stall the economy so they can win the white house, I will never vote republican again in my lifetime

so if obama is the democratic nominee, he gets my vote


Could not have said it better...a recap of how the GOP/TP chose a second recession rather than risk an economic recovery while Obama was President.

The debt-ceiling debate is taking a toll on the economy USA
Signs are already emerging that the heated debate in the nation's capitol over the budget crisis and the debt ceiling is sapping strength from the economy.
www.usatoday.com...

GOLDMAN: The Debt Ceiling Fight Is Already Hurting The Economy
Read more: www.businessinsider.com...

No Grand Bargain: Boehner Walks Away From Big Deficit Deal
swampland.time.com...

From the S&P Downgrade report:
“The political brinksmanship of recent months highlights what we see as America’s governance and policymaking becoming less stable, less effective, and less predictable than what we previously believed,”

US markets fall sharply after S&P downgrade
www.sanduskyregister.com...

US Chamber of Commerce urges supercommittee to go for grand deficit deal
thehill.com...

Back To The Original 'Grand Bargain’
How Washington can soothe S&P’s three big worries in one swoop

www.nationaljournal.com...





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