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Obama Behind Pumpkin Patch Melee

Allen141 Wrote: 7 hours ago (2:00 PM)
Gunner - not really. Obama was elected (and re-elected) based on his promises to fix every problem America has.
They are monitoring the local politicians and community leaders. That way when martial law is declared, the "competent" people will still be healthy and in charge.
I would hope that any American citizen travelling out of the country could not be banned from re-entering the US just based on the word of some unelected bureaucrat. I'm all for detaining them when they come back though, then trying them for treason or any other crimes committed. I hope you all recall the long list of petty differences in lifestyle that people in the current administration think should get you labeled as terrorists.
If "God bless" was the commonly used phrase used by terrorists before beheading or blowing up their victims, then your comparison might begin to make a tiny bit of sense. Probably more people would be offended by a public employee addressing them with non-English comments though.
Or #3, he's just out of touch and not aware of what voters expect? I'd worry about #2. If he can't pick a campaign team, he would probably end up with a lousy cabinet as well.
Hey, its New York. They can do whatever they want to there, just make sure it stays there. We don't need any more narcissistic clowns that think they need to spread their "wisdom" to the rest of the country like Bloomberg is doing.
Their views have little to do with what arbitrary generation someone is assigned to. It has more to do with the fact that young people are still in the process of learning, forming their own opinions, rejecting the opinions they were fed as "facts" by educators. As people get older and gain more real-world experience, opinions (political and otherwise) mature and change. This may take longer than in the past though, due to the self-reinforcing nature of social media that millenials are immersed in.
I thought private property rights become limited when the owner invites the public onto the property, especially when it is a place of business. At that point, the rights of patrons often overshadow the owner's rights.
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Obama To Go Big on Unilateral Amnesty

Allen141 Wrote: Jul 25, 2014 3:44 PM
"Why has Obama changed his mind on the limits of his executive power so many times?" Simple. In the beginning, he knew much of what he would like to do was illegal and would be challenged. But as time went on, he realized the people and departments responsible for carrying out his commands were unquestioningly doing everything he told them to, legal or not. So now that he knows that nobody is going to challenge his decrees, nothing is holding him back. Too bad not even the Republicans seem interested in using their constitutional powers to slow him down.
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Mrs. Obama Declares War on Chick-fil-A

Allen141 Wrote: Jul 16, 2014 5:40 PM
"anti special needs" - really Ramond? Its a valid point - what does Six Flags have to do with education - for special needs kids or others? Are school playgrounds no longer considered a safe environment to have fun?
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