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    President Barack Obama says goodbye to President Giorgio Napolitano of Italy following their meeting in the Oval Office, May 25, 2010. (Official White House photo by Pete Souza)

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    1. Samir Bin Hassan [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      the teabag woman unalienable rights is offensive and speaks lies.

    2. Beth Wales 47 months ago | reply

      Samir Bin Hassan- everyone is entitled to their own political opinion.
      Clearly, the republicans think they have the right to espouse it on this photostream,however rude it may appear to Pete Souza.
      I have no affiliation with either political party, and a long time ago I was abused by republicans here for asking that they tone down their language /stop swearing, as my daughter visited this site.
      Now I find a lot of the posts are simply people heckling and abusing each other .It's annoying and boring .
      Gun Postal- you can't say "have some respect for people who come and visit this site.." in the middle of swearing at another poster and still keep your integrity.

    3. Blue387 47 months ago | reply

      People are entitled to their own opinions, not their own facts.

    4. Unalienable Rights by GOD- not Executive Order 47 months ago | reply

      I think Pete Souza knows the truth about Barrack:

      The most unstable and anti social behavior is coming from Obama himself.
      NEVER in the history of any President has one cursed the majority of the American people and called them by a disgusting name.
      AND, the kool aid zombies obey his every order doing the same. Look at you samir....
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      Samir Bin Hassan says:

      the teabag woman unalienable rights is offensive and speaks lies.
      Posted 6 hours ago. ( permalink )

      Blue...never have you uttered words of more truth.
      Facts are important...I have the facts. Some of you are blind to the facts.

      The majority of Americans in the United States do not like the distortion of our history as taught in the schools to our children.

      The Left has no end of ways to demonize people who oppose unelected judges reaching into and ruling on every aspect of modern life. There are no limits to the vitriol they will heap on people who think judges shouldn’t rely on foreign law and fabricated “rights” found no where in the Constitution to advance an extremist social agenda.

    5. Villain boy 47 months ago | reply

      @Beth Wales, now let's see you speak some of your truth to these right wing neocon trolls.

      @Unalienable, you become more insane at each passing moment. Pete Souza?

    6. gun postal [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      This (Illegal) Alien P.O.S. is saying she's got the facts! LOL!

      Yeah, Facts in her own retarded mind! Samir is right, this P.O.S. teabagger speaks (posts) nothing but lies.

    7. Unalienable Rights by GOD- not Executive Order 47 months ago | reply

      Actually....samir is Monica Lewinsky...LOL
      and Barrack Hussein is the tea bagger she wants LOL

    8. gun postal [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      George Bush: Creating the Terrorists Our Kids Will Have to Fight

    9. Karlen. 47 months ago | reply

      what's John Brennan smoking?

    10. roberto_berna 47 months ago | reply

      Great Obama and Napolitano, bravo Pete!

    11. Sweetie Pie - The Great American! [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      what do you expect from two old men? brilliance? hehehehehehe. and are you saying you're intelligent mr. goethe? tools.

      students for obama around the nation is a phenomena that is picking up incredible pace.

      and let's not talk about the hispanic voters. hehehehehehehee

    12. Sweetie Pie - The Great American! [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      you geeezers wished you still have the spunk.

      Glenn Beck fans get punked!

      www.buzzfeed.com/scott/53-glenn-beck-fans-get -cars-towed

      Sometimes frat boys are awesome. Before a recent Glenn Beck event, frat boys at the University of Central Florida set up fake “event parking” signs in their own tow-away lot. After the Beck-a-thon began, somebody removed the signs and called the local towing company. The end result was 53 very angry Beck fans.

    13. Sweetie Pie - The Great American! [deleted] 47 months ago | reply


      Thanks for recommending The Daily Beast!

      BS Top - Sepkowitz Dr. Politicians Ed Reinke / AP Photo Rand Paul is just the latest in a line of physician-pols who are embarrassing the profession. Dr. Kent Sepkowitz on why medicine and politics don’t mix.

      What do the Senator Tom Coburn and almost-Senator Rand Paul have in common? I mean, in addition to being cranky white guys who won’t shut up. They’re both doctors. The medical profession, once known for attracting the intellectually curious, the save-the-world dreamers, or at least those who could kill a standardized test, has now become a magnet for a special type of political uber-nut: the doctor senator, a confusing amalgam of an infantile selfishness, Marlboro man frontier integrity, and the crude insensitivity that masquerades as straight talk.

    14. KCl-34 47 months ago | reply

      Why Germany ??????????????

    15. Unalienable Rights by GOD- not Executive Order 47 months ago | reply

      Despite his best efforts, Mr. Obama has failed to woo the Muslim world. After an initial burst of enthusiasm in 2009, America's favorability ratings sagged. A Gallup poll on opinions of the leadership of the United States released last week shows declines in each of six Muslim-majority countries surveyed. Approval in Lebanon is 25 percent, a 5-percent drop back to 2008 levels. Approval in Egypt fell by about half since last fall, from 37 percent to 19 percent. Approval in the Palestinian Territories is 16 percent, a drop of 4 percent and just three points better than it was under the Bush administration. In Iraq, approval is at 25 percent, compared to the 35 percent rating in 2008.
      Washington times

    16. I prefer clarity over agreement. [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      This is a political discussion site where people are encouraged to express their disdain for a leftist leader whose ONLY noteworthy accomplishment in life was fooling hope and change morons into voting for him.

    17. gun postal [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      LOL! Vinkinky!!!

      Please tell me what it's like being a CUCKOLD? How did it feel sharing your lustful wife with a BBC? C'mon, tell me!

    18. Sweetie Pie - The Great American! [deleted] 47 months ago | reply

      freak spammer. goethe garth the idiot!

    19. angmyag 24 months ago | reply

      hey guys for some it`s the picture taken is the interesting part and actually the purpose of flicker i believe. so the polticians please stay out!

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