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Американский президент говорит о мире (вырезка из фильма) The American president speaks about the world (a cutting from a film) "Likely it is interesting to you by all why........ On doctrines there was a nuclear submarine? It because we want everywhere the world... Do not worry about the world in the world it is my work, and I do not worry any more...."
22 Aug 2008
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American President Barack Obama's Website
16 Jun 2010
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10 Aug 2007
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Hon. James David Manning, PhD said only white wombs produce American Presidents and Barack Hussein Obama is trampling on the U.S. Constitution like William Ayers trampled the U.S. Flag. Speech was made at the National Press Club on Mon., 8 December 2008.
11 Dec 2008
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...prolific words from the 34th President of the United States of America subtitles in French
10 Aug 2007
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Re-upload. Banned by YouTube.
7 Nov 2008
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13 Jan 2009
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Barack Obama, The New American President Candidate Barking Footage. Very Funny Lol. May be Clinton would be happy seeing this!
7 Feb 2009
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President Obama is the United States's 1st African-American President.
8 Nov 2008
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy PRESIDENT JIMMY CARTER: “So I would say that the country is getting acclimated to a president who might be female, who might, obviously, now, be black, and who might be as well a gay person." (Big Think) Former President Jimmy Carter says America is ready for a gay president. His comments come in an interview with website Big Think. CARTER: “Step-by-step, we have realized that this issue of homosexuality has the same adverse and progressive elements as when we dealt with the race issue 50 years ago, or 40 years ago.” The former president says he doesn’t know about the next election -- but says we’re talking sometime in the near future. Panelists on CNN are divided -- a Republican strategist, political columnist and a Democratic strategist. Can you guess who’s who? RICH GALEN, GOP STRATEGIST: “I have spent almost all my entire adult life not paying attention to any theory that Jimmy Carter has. I think I'll keep on doing that.” JOHN AVLON, COLUMNIST: “Eventually, of course, at one point in history we will have a gay president because they run as a president who -- and an American who happens to be gay rather than a gay American president.” JAMES CARVILLE, DEMOCRATIC STRATEGIST: “I'm pretty sure we haven't had a female president yet. I'm less sure we don't have a gay president. How do we know if we haven't had one?” First Things - a blog that says it’s dedicated to a “religiously informed public” -- is, safe to say, not receptive to the former president’s idea -- but concludes -- he’s probably right. “A significant number of Americans have exchanged both the Bible and two millennia of church teaching for a form of liberal-libertarianism in which sexual liberty always trump virtue and natural law, not to mention tradition and the social order.” But to anchors on Fox News’ Red Eye - it’s not so serious. In fact - it’s downright funny. GREG GUTFIELD: “Yes, the wrinkly rascal was asked by Big Think**** (I think they sell brake pads online) if America is ready for a head of state who isn't straight.” BERNADETTE PAULEY: “I have no problem with a gay president, but it better be a butch female, but it better not be a president that will be guest judging on Project Runway. That’s just way too embarrassing.” (LAUGHTER) GUTFIELD: “A butch lesbian who is in the military may be the greatest thing.” PAULEY: “Take no prisoners.” Still -- The Daily Caller’s Laura Donovan says -- hypocrisy, anyone? “Though Carter believes America is ready to elect a gay president, he isn’t quite sure that president should be allowed to marry, at least according to a 2005 Fox News interview.” In that interview Donovan mentions -- Carter had said -- quote -- “There should be a distinction between so-called gay marriages … and a church-ordained blessing of God on a union.” To see the full transcript of that 2005 interview, or to see more of his interview with Big Think -- visit the links in our transcript section. And tell us what YOU think -- IS America ready for a gay president? Get multisource video news analysis from Newsy
17 Dec 2010
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BY ALEX OLGIN You're watching multisource US news analysis from Newsy Presidents Day is a day to honor all American presidents, but this year -- The Gipper is tops. That according to a Gallup poll -- which names Ronald Reagan the ‘greatest president’ in history. "Here are the results. Ronald Reagan voted by 19% of respondents as the greatest president. Abraham Lincoln coming in second. Very close Bill Clinton at 13%. John F. Kennedy Junior at 11% and George Washington, the first president, at 10%. Barack Obama came in sixth.” Gallup asked a little more than 1,000 who they thought was the greatest president in history. There is speculation the ‘recency effect’ played a role in the results. USA Today reports Americans have a tendency to name recent presidents because they hear more about them in their lifetimes. "Four of the five most recent presidents are in the top 10 greatest presidents list this year -- Obama, George W. Bush, Clinton, and Reagan.” Politico reports -- not surprisingly -- party affiliation also influenced peoples’ choices. “Thirty-eight percent of Republicans say Reagan was the greatest and 22 percent of Democrats name Clinton. Among Democrats, Obama finished third behind Clinton and Kennedy.” Not everyone is happy with the results. A blogger from The American Thinker calls the poll a beauty contest: “My admiration for President Reagan is second to none but it is far too early to crown him the best president ever.” And an opinion writer for The Pasadena Star News says - no one can top George Washington -- but Reagan was great. “In the end, [Reagan] was a leader, a tough opponent on the world stage, and a great defender of American liberty - something our nation so desperately needs today.” This poll was released on the heels of Reagan’s 100th birthday and a video documentary about his life. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook to get updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
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Mitt Romney is runner for President of the United States of America. Find out more about this Republican Candidate.
9 Jun 2007
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