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Obama vows to flex presidential powers in speech

January 29, 2014

WASHINGTON (AP) — Seeking to energize his sluggish second term, President Barack Obama vowed Tuesday night in his State of the Union address to sidestep Congress "whenever and wherever" necessary to......

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puckrock

Jan-29-14 3:42 PM

Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!

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arealyooper

Jan-29-14 3:55 PM

How can Republican House Speaker John Boehner and the rest right winged whackos get anything done at all?? Between fighting with the President and fighting with the fast dying tea party, and even with each other!!! The republicans just want to bend over for the rich,as they line their own pockets!! Both the Republicans and the Democrats have issues,but the Republicans really need to clean up their act!!Republican House Speaker John Boehner needs to be shown the door, this guy has got to be the biggest idiot that ever held that job, except for maybe Newt Gingrich !! Vote for Hillary Clinton 2016, she will be the next President, because there is not a single person in the republican party who can beat her!!

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bornayooper

Jan-29-14 4:46 PM

Amazing how King BO's disciples deflect the conversation. BO has had 5 YEARS to be a LEADER not a whiner, yet the economy is still fragile, spending is "unpatriotic" (his own words), we've lost more respect in the world and 60% of Americans say we are still on the wrong path. Bad coaches don't get 5 years to show sustained progress. No wonder BO wants to raise the minimum wage because those are the only kinds of jobs his economy, yes HIS economy has created...in 5 years. 5 years of the same core speach every January. Cut me a break.

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concerned54

Jan-29-14 11:07 PM

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concerned54

Jan-29-14 11:12 PM

Every legislator that applauded Obama saying he will just use his pen to get what he wants, should be fired immediately. They are to stupid to realize that he just told them they are totally irrelevant! So much for the will of the people. Welcome to the United Socialist States of America.

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Whizzywhig

Jan-30-14 6:51 AM

What is more or most important ?

What is really important is that the rich and their corporations, who incidentally

- NOT ACCIDENTALLY -

just HAPPEN to have the "Moral"-Majority,

to be republicans ...

- and true friends of legal, wage-earning, american taxpayer citizens !

NOT.

What is important to remember, that/this group of people have successfully MARGINALIZED EVERYTHING wage-earning Americans have FOUGHT OVER

for the last 65 years!

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Whizzywhig

Jan-30-14 6:56 AM

RealUooper,

Most of what you post about the right winged, rich and their corporations, I can agree....

BUT

ABSOLUTELY CANNOT SEE ANYONE

SUPPORTING

SHIRLLERY - HILLARY

She - just doesn't get

much.

Remember BENGHAZI

SHOULD BE EVERYONE'S CONCERN !

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arealyooper

Jan-30-14 10:14 AM

Hey Whizwhacker who is going to beat her??

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Whizzywhig

Jan-30-14 10:15 PM

Evidently, you and your other clowns have forgotten!

Recite/Tell us, right here:

what those three "little" items did to tax-paying, legal citizens !

Bet You Can NOT !

Then, think Benghazi and these three small "items",

and only ignoramuses like you would color the spot black!

Who would beat her: anyone the republicans will finance, without a brain...

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Whizzywhig

Jan-30-14 10:19 PM

Hey FooL !

Remember shillery remember that suc.ker wil.lie?

Remember shillery and her OutSourcing wage earners' job's with her infamous end-run around the meaning of "democracy"?

Remember, either a thumb-up or thumbs-down for "nafta" and other "free-trade" republican and rich democrat scheme for themselves and their corporations.

Apparently "debating" discussing, etc., is not in the clinton's SOP when it came to pleasing republicans!

Just pass the 'suc.ker' legislation, and let average americans go down with the royal flush

1) Remember clinton's and the 1999 financial modernization act?

2) Remember clinton's and the 2000 commodity futures modernization act?

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Whizzywhig

Feb-02-14 2:40 PM

STILL WAITING

ReallyYooeper !

Remember shillery and her OutSourcing wage earners' job's with her infamous end-run around the meaning of "democracy"?

Remember, either a thumb-up or thumbs-down for "nafta" and other "free-trade" republican and rich democrat scheme for themselves and their corporations.

1) Remember clinton's and the 1999 financial modernization act?

2) Remember clinton's and the 2000 commodity futures modernization act?

How about giving readers your understanding of everything ... and give us your "take" on the meaning and recite in public !

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Whizzywhig

Feb-22-14 1:38 PM

When it comes to running the State Department, her biggest achievement/embarrassment,/failure:

was not paying attention and getting a US Ambassador and 3 other Americans killed by observing that the demonstrations and political unrest were really just public sentiment, and by pretending terrorism had been defeated.

She has absolutely nothing in her past behavior's to indicate she's above reproach, except of course we.willie the self-indulgent, delusional "better-member" of the famil.

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Whizzywhig

Feb-22-14 1:40 PM

A survey of Hilary Clinton fans shows that 50% of those polled supported the move to become the democratic pick for next president.

Does this sounds idiotic and unbelievable?

Hillary Clinton makes the claim as to why she is qualified to be President

- and 50% of Democrats polled agreed. She has never run

a city,

a county, or

a state during

her "career" of being we-willie Clinton's wife. When told Hillary Clinton has experience because she has 8 years in the White House, the immediate thought was,

"So has the pastry chef."

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Whizzywhig

Feb-22-14 1:41 PM

ReallyPoopera,

Here's your answer to your interogative:

"who will beat her- maybe voter's should"

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