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Working to keep the agenda of President Obama forever. Michelle, Kamala, Cory, Deval, Eric, Elizabeth, Sheryl, Cecile, Elijah,John Lewis, Dr King, LBJ. And a woman shall lead us. "Doesn't matter I I'm not enough, for the future or the things to come"(C)EG)."There's a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in"(c)Leonard Cohen, anthem

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President Obama earned my respect back in 2003, and is now the singular greatest President ever

Tied with Abraham Lincoln for #1. LBJ is #3 FDR #4

History will record President Obama and soon to be Justice Obama in 2018 in the pantheon of
the top of the top greatest President ever.

Every day President Obama and to follow, his agenda is in place, is the singular greatest time in American

Thank you President Obama.
Thank you President Obama
Thank you President Obama

I salute you.

Simply the best.
Today and forever.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Sun Jun 28, 2015, 10:41 AM (1 replies)

President Obama - 10 days in June
What a series of days in American life, full of savage mayhem, uncommon forgiveness, resistance to forgiveness, furious debate, mourning, and, finally, justice and grace. As President Obama led thousands of mourners in Charleston, South Carolina, in “Amazing Grace,” I thought about late 2013 and early 2014. The midterm elections had been a disaster. Obama’s Presidency was surely dwindling, if not finished. His mood was somber, philosophical—which is good if you are a philosopher; if not, not.

Obama described himself to me then in terms of his limits—as “a relay swimmer in a river full of rapids, and that river is history.” More than a few columnists believed that Obama was now resigned to small victories, at best. But pause to think of what has happened, the scale of recent events.

With the amazing events of the last 10 days, David Remnick says the idea that President Obama “would play out his Presidency, after the political defeat of the midterm elections, as a professorial lame duck turns out to be without basis. And that gives a certain weight to his remarks in early 2014.”

Said Obama: “We’re on this planet a pretty short time, so that we cannot remake the world entirely during this little stretch that we have. … But I think our decisions matter. And I think America was very lucky that Abraham Lincoln was President when he was President. If he hadn’t been, the course of history would be very different. But I also think that, despite being the greatest President, in my mind, in our history, it took another hundred and fifty years before African-Americans had anything approaching formal equality, much less real equality. I think that doesn’t diminish Lincoln’s achievements, but it acknowledges that, at the end of the day, we’re part of a long-running story. We just try to get our paragraph right.”

It turns out that this was not, for Barack Obama, a rhetoric of resignation at all, but a kind of resolve.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Sat Jun 27, 2015, 11:55 AM (1 replies)


Six are the Chief Justice Roberts, Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elana Kagan -

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Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Thu Jun 25, 2015, 10:09 AM (11 replies)

The Mighty NRA is going to be defeated by the lowly Dangling Participle, all comma intented.

Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Tue Jun 23, 2015, 11:13 AM (0 replies)

The Republican party is trying to get people to ignore how important SCOTUS & Ruth Bader Ginsburg is

and you know why?

Because it is the single most important issue

and some want to make those forget that in 1980, the single worst happened in America-
It brought in a change in the US Supreme Court, and the nation is reeling since then

sure, some say no one knows the court
wrong, many know the court
sure, some say no one cares about the court

yeah, IMHO the Republican party and media wants people not to focus on it,
Because they already control the court

and Ralph Nader was paid by the Republicans to further the both parties are the same

NO. They are not.

Prior to 1980 and Ronald Reagan, the court was to the left.
Reagan started the downward trend that Bush41 and Bush43 continued to the detriment IMHO to those of the Democratic party and myself.

Why should we take SCOTUS off the table?

Without the current SCOTUS because of Ronald Reagan?

To start with, the decision of 12/12/2000
Citizen United
Undid voting rights
Took away rights formerly had by Americans

So in 2016-
repeat SCOTUS
repeat Ruth Bader Ginsburg every chance one gets

if I had a way to reach the higher ups in the Democratic party or the PACS-
have commercials running 24/7/365 focusing solely on SCOTUS
A new PAC should be started to do just that.

A daily commercial on each station every hour on the hour.

Repetition and everyone in America will know the importance

Take it off the table and the Republican party and media wins.

Seems simple to me.

Just my opinion feel free to disagree.
Ralph Nader probably does. After all, Ralph Nader likes Samuel Alito and Scalia. Because he seems to have liked what the 2000 court did, after all, there is no difference, right Ralph???

Edit to add- June 25/2015-
SCOTUS rules FOR The ACA (obamacare) showing just how important SCOTUS is.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg voted for.
Samuel Alito voted against.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Tue Jun 16, 2015, 05:37 PM (41 replies)
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