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As The First Term Comes To A Close: Time To Reminisce With The First Couple

By Jueseppi B.






/ˌreməˈnis/ Verb Indulge in enjoyable recollection of past events.

remember – recollect



Hat Tip/Shout Out To:


The Obama Diary 











Barack Obama’s Coolest Presidential Moments







Barack Obama Swagger







Barack’s love for Michelle






You’re Beautiful






An image or two – President Obama






My Favorite Images From The First Term:
















President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama arrive at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation���s Annual Phoenix Awards Dinner




U.S. first lady Michelle Obama prepares to speak to supporters of Barack Obama's re-election campaign in Fort Lauderdale




U.S. President Obama, first lady Michelle and their daughters Malia and Sasha walk out from White House to attend Sunday service in Washington

























































Barack Obama, Michele Obama












































































































Jueseppi B.:

If you are interested in reading some TeaTardedRepubliCANT insanity, I have just what you need, right here, to make you comprehend what makes US ObamaCrats sane….and makes “them” UnAmerican.

Meet The Brenner Brief and it’s “contributors”. Visit Ms. Sara Marie Brenner’s blog often to keep informed on opinions from the Reich Wing.

Originally posted on The Brenner Brief:

Yesterday, Rasmussen released an economic poll that produced some interesting numbers. Some were predictable, and others were very troubling. The overall poll was centered on the idea of economic fairness in America.
Jason Blair is a contributor for The Brenner Brief. His columns post on Tuesdays.

Jason Blair is a contributor for The Brenner Brief. His columns post on Tuesdays.

According to the poll, Americans are split when it comes to how fair they think the economy is – 47 percent believe it is fair, 49 percent unfair. With a three-point margin of error, this result is a statistical tie.

When the same question was applied to how fairly our economy treated low-income Americans, the results did not change from the overall question (47 to 49). However, the numbers changed dramatically when the same question was applied to middle-income Americans — 41 percent fair to 56 percent believing the economy to be unfair.

The reason for the disparagement can be found in the political…

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Jueseppi B.:

Holiday season humor. I love it as an escape from reality, if only for 45 seconds. Thank you Ms. Elyse.

Originally posted on FiftyFourandAHalf:

For years they’ve irritated me.  Those vile ads.

Around here where I live, there are always a bunch of shiny new cars on the road on Christmas Day.  Lexuses.  Mercedes.  BMW.

It’s so annoying to see the conspicuous consumption.  Folks who, on top of every other luxury they already have or have gotten that morning, need to have a brand, spankin’ new luxury car.  Jeez.

Well, that’s how I felt until today.

Today I’ve decided to jump on the “gimme” bandwagon and demand a new car for Christmas.

Now, there are three problems with my new plan.

First, I don’t know quite how to convince my husband that I’ve changed my mind.  You see for years I’ve been commenting on how disgusting, decadent and indecent it was to expect someone to buy you an expensive car like that.  It’ll be tough, but I’m pretty sure I can convince John of…

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The Potpourri For Tuesday, The 18th Of December

By Jueseppi B.







The Rev. Al Sharpton Tells It Like It T.I.S.:






Some too late common sense:

The entertainment industry is now airing disclaimers before violent programming in the wake of the Sandy Hook elementary school massacre that occurred in Newtown, Connecticut.


According to the AP, The Connecticut school shooting rampage compelled Hollywood to air disclaimers before violent television shows, swap some programs for others, cancel film openings and present somber specials on daytime TV shows that are usually more focused on entertainment.




A Hero Passes on:

Democratic Senator Daniel Inouye died on Monday at age 88. Inouye had represented Hawaii in Congress since it was forced to join the union, Inouye was a decorated World War Two veteran who lost one of his arms during battle died on Monday at age 88.


December 17, 2012

Statement by Vice President Biden on the Passing of Senator Daniel Inouye




Some stupidity:

According to US News, A South Carolina lawmaker has proposed an unenforceable bill to jail any state or federal official trying to implement “Obamacare” in the state.


Pursuing an archaic legal theory that punctuated pre-Civil War disputes between the federal government and states, South Carolina state Rep. Bill Chumley last week pre-filed a bill for the upcoming legislative session that would criminalize implementation of President Barack Obama’s 2010 healthcare reform law.



Statements and Releases


December 18, 2012

Statement by the Press Secretary on H.R. 3187, H.R. 6582 and S. 3486



December 18, 2012

Statement by Press Secretary Jay Carney




White House Photo Of The Day:



President Barack Obama listens to Cecilia Muñoz, Assistant to the President and Director of the Domestic Policy Council, during a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Dec. 18, 2012. At right is Roberto Rodriquez, Special Assistant to the President for Education Policy. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)




Can’t forget these:
















And a bit of comedy too:






















Jueseppi B.:

Yes Ma’am….you hit it right on the barrel head. Thank you for this logical common sense post.

Originally posted on IMPACT Books & Art:

The Right to Bear Arms and Assault Weapons
Sara Niles Dec. 18-2012

When the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution used the words we should all have the right to “bear arms”, ‘arms’ were reasonable weapons, mostly single shot, muzzle loaders and weapons that had to be loaded with deliberation. These types of weapons were also used to hunt dinner and protect the family from wild animals; they were nothing like the high powered assault weapons that fire multiple high caliber rounds that we have today. High powered assault weapons would destroy meat if used to hunt or kill farm animals for food-the meat would be unusable; therefore, these guns are made for killing people and that is just what they do.

Stop treating the purchase of assault weapons lightly; it is too costly in the long run. In the civilian population, outside the confines of war, weapons of this…

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