Your purpose is to make libtards look normal... never give up, you can do it!
The president of the United States (Obama) is a mother's revenge against the America she despised.
As far as I'm concerned you pedal Nazi's should respect fast moving motorized vehicles.
And any of you that are found riding two or more abreast on a public road deserve to be run over.
Obama: One term - that's all ..
The truth is that us bicyclists make fatasses in their SUV's feel bad about their pathetic life condition, so they like to hate on our superiority.
"The forward contained a single verse and was only intended as election commentary regarding the president's days in office. I have apologized, and I am sincerely sorry," O'Neal said in an email.
O'Neal's email sent to friends and colleagues cited part of Psalm 109:8 which in some interpretations reads: 'Let his days be few; and let another take his office.'
The following verse reads, "May his children be orphans and his wife a widow."
While Fox News coverage is relentlessly critical of President Obama, the poll found the president’s prospects looking up.
Obama would defeat Republican Mitt Romney by a 47-42 margin were the election held today, up from 46-45 in January. The President enjoys a 48-38 percent margin over Ron Paul, leads Rick Santorum by 50-38 percent, is at 51-38 percent is 13 points ahead of Newt Gingrich.
Obama gets a 48 percent job approval, up three points from January and his highest rating in a Fox survey since last June.
The poll found other alarming news for Republicans. There is a higher level of enthusiasm for Obama than for any of his GOP challengers. And about half of Republican primary voters hope somebody else gets into the rating.
The survey of 1,100 voters has a margin of error of plus/minus 3 percent. It was taken Monday through Thursday.
I personally don't like bikes on the streets because it makes me nervous for their safety (same with motorcycles, I give both as wide a berth as possible) and really wish cyclists weren't on the streets and had their own thoroughfares because the slightest accident with a cyclist can really hurt them.
There's a very small mountain road here, with no sidewalk or shoulder that cyclists are always riding (not commuting, for sport) and I often have to squeeze by them with a foot to spare (or just go their speed till the oncoming lane is empty) and that's no fun for anybody (can't imagine the cyclists like their proximity to the cars that much either).
Foreclosure filings decreased by 34% in 2011, according to a year-end report from RealtyTrac, a firm that monitors the foreclosure market.
A total of 2,698,967 properties entered some stage of foreclosure - default notice, scheduled auction or bank repossession - last year. The report shows that 1.45% of U.S. housing units (one in 69) had at least one foreclosure filing during the year, down from 2.23% in 2010, 2.21% in 2009 and 1.84% in 2008. Total U.S. foreclosure activity and the U.S. foreclosure rate in 2011 were both at their lowest annual level since 2007.
RealtyTrac says that while the current foreclosure rate is still artificially low, thanks largely to delays in court proceedings, it still represents improvements in the housing market.
"If you take away the delays, I think we would have seen decreases [in foreclosure activity] anyway," says Daren Blomquist, director of marketing communications for RealtyTrac. Still, RealtyTrac says there are indicators - such as a heightened level of default notices in certain hardest-hit areas - that foreclosure numbers will increase during the early months of 2012 before tapering off to less artificially inflated levels.
"We think 2012 is going to be higher than 2011, but below the peak of 2010," Blomquist says. "The worst numbers should be behind us."
The year-end report was capped by a month in which foreclosure totals were at a 49-month low. In December, filings were reported on 205,024 U.S. properties, a decrease of 9% from the previous month and down 20% from December 2010.
State by state, Nevada posted the highest rate of foreclosure for the fifth consecutive year in a row with one in every 16 housing units receiving a filing in 2011. It was followed by Arizona, where one in every 24 properties entered foreclosure, and California, where one in every 31 properties were distressed.
Other states posting high foreclosure rates in 2011 were Georgia, Michigan, Florida, Illinois, Colorado and Idaho.