BARACK OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE: Suit contesting Obama's citizen...

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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...
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Jacques Ottawa

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Oh Jacques. You come from "overseas". Your silly opinions are of no consequence.(I was shocked to hear Ryan say that he also came from overseas, I think he misplaced a comma)
Thank you. Yes, in Canada, "across the pond",(LRS, tm reg'd)
Jacques Ottawa

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You dipshat. Have you ever heard of retarding the timing of an engine? Probably not. You're going to have to peer over the side of that shoebox sooner or later. Clueless! Dolt.
"Across the pond", eh? Hmm. Canada in France, eh? Hmm.

You CORRECTLY use the synoonym "retarding" for delaying the timing of an engine. Okay. But, calling a human being and special needs person "tard" is INCORRECT.(Rogue, tm reg'd).

How do you come up with such puerile mush?
LRS

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Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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I deny bashing you for using that vile word, or for anything else for that matter. Bashing's not my thing. But yes, I did tell you it was wrong to use it as you write it to bash (your word) your opponents here on Topix. In reality, and as you use "tard" (Rogue, tm reg'd) to insult your adversaries, you are in fact insulting the special needs people.
But, hey, you've again tried to defuse what you said by changing the subject. I very plainly asked you to identify any word I wrote that even approximates "libtard" (Rogue tm reg'd). If looney is one of them, forget it. Ever heard of Looney Tunes? I've never heard of "tard tunes" anywhere, have you?
Bashing isn't your thing? Now, that's a good one! LMAO Pigeon

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I have to wonder if China, Russia, France, the UK, Germany, Japan, etc etc, are as thankful that YOU (not the U.S., but YOU) allow them the illusion of referring to themselves as a country.
Nope.
Those are countries.

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First debate :
Romney 60, Obama 40
Second debate :
Biden 85, Ryan 15
No contest.
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Ya wonder where Jacques gets his stats from as CNN is in morning!
Maybe the bars were open late and he took a poll of his fellow drunk Canadians.
If I was Canadian, I'd be drunk all the time too.

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So what. Since it doesn't include the magic language you fantasize it does who cares?
Where does Ryan buy his pants? The question is just as pointless
Why are you asking the pointless question then?
I didn't ask.
Its not a magic language, its a dog language.
Jacques Ottawa

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Nope.
Those are countries.
France? Are you sure?
Jacques Ottawa

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Maybe the bars were open late and he took a poll of his fellow drunk Canadians.
If I was Canadian, I'd be drunk all the time too.
Lady Astor : Winston, you are drunk"
Winston Churchill : "Lady Astor, you are ugly and tonight I am drunk. Tomorrow morning I will be sober".

Analogy's for you, president (ha ha) Starky. But I doubt you get it. And don't bother asking a birther for an explanation.
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I don't care what kind of case you post, if he was born the son of a Kenyan then he is a Kenyan. His father's allegiance was to his homeland, just as his son's. Watch cha cookin' up tonight Mobarf? Better back off on the juicing, I'm tellin' ya.
Rave on. What you are "tellin' " us is not the law. Under US law a person born on US territory other than the child of foreign diplomats, has allegiance to the USA and only to the USA.
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"Across the pond", eh? Hmm. Canada in France, eh? Hmm.
You CORRECTLY use the synoonym "retarding" for delaying the timing of an engine. Okay. But, calling a human being and special needs person "tard" is INCORRECT.(Rogue, tm reg'd).
How do you come up with such puerile mush?
First, just wanted to enlighten you to the fact that there is another form of "retard". You're welcome. Secondly, I don't think you're from Canada (originally), what confuses you about that statement? Pigeon.
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Wonder if we should start a new underwear line.....BFDs!
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Maybe the bars were open late and he took a poll of his fellow drunk Canadians.
If I was Canadian, I'd be drunk all the time too.
I guess they take the advertisement seriously, "Drink Canada Dry"!
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Stephanie Cutter refuses to answer specific questions about politicizing deadly Libya attack, won’t resign

President Barack Obama’s deputy campaign manager, Stephanie Cutter, offered no apology and refused to resign for playing politics with the murders of four Americans in Libya a month ago — including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens — when questioned in Danville, Kentucky, before Thursday’s vice presidential debate.

On CNN on Thursday, Cutter said Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan’s campaign is the only reason anyone cares about the administration’s changing narrative about the Sept. 11 attack on the Benghazi embassy.

“In terms of the politicization of this — you know, we are here at a debate, and I hope we get to talk about the debate — but the entire reason this has become the political topic it is, is because of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan,” Cutter said.“It’s a big part of their stump speech. And it’s reckless and irresponsible, what they’re doing.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/10/11/stephanie-c...

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Biden laughs while Ryan talks about our ambassador being murdered. What is so funny about Amb. Stevens, and three others, being MURDERED???
RNC Web Ad: "Laughing at the Issues"
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Rave on. What you are "tellin' " us is not the law. Under US law a person born on US territory other than the child of foreign diplomats, has allegiance to the USA and only to the USA.
Bullchit!
Jacques Ottawa

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First, just wanted to enlighten you to the fact that there is another form of "retard". You're welcome. Secondly, I don't think you're from Canada (originally), what confuses you about that statement? Pigeon.
Where do you think I am from, incidentally?

Yes, there is another form of retard, and as per homonyms, they can mean different things. Why am I even explaining this? For example, "he eats like a pig", or "he drives like a fool", or "he's insanely funny". None of he aforementioned three even hint that the person is either a pig, crazy or insane. When using "tard" (Rogue, tm reg'd), Rogue is not talking about engine timing. You know it, he knows it, I know it. Does this help?

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Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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"Across the pond", eh? Hmm. Canada in France, eh? Hmm.
You CORRECTLY use the synoonym "retarding" for delaying the timing of an engine. Okay. But, calling a human being and special needs person "tard" is INCORRECT.(Rogue, tm reg'd).
How do you come up with such puerile mush?
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First, just wanted to enlighten you to the fact that there is another form of "retard". You're welcome. Secondly, I don't think you're from Canada (originally), what confuses you about that statement? Pigeon.
I have never called anyone on this forum either a "retard" or a "tard". I have called people "Libtards", "Idiotards" and Occutards" and it has nothing to do with a sub-normal IQ. It has to do with a sub-normal CQ (Commonsense Quoteint) and that fact that Jacques does not not understand that only reinforces my opinion of him.
Jacques is not stupid, he can add one and one and come up with two but he does not understand that if you tax 100% of everyone's income, you will get a lot of revenue for just one year. But the following year you will get nothing as why should people work, only to have everything taken away!!! At some place between a zero percent tax rate and a 100%, people just quit working. And that is called the Laffer Curve!!!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laffer_curve
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Bullchit!
The above word is not a fact nor is it a discussion of the law. When people run out of facts and logical arguments all that they can do is rant. I can understand how they would LIKE the law to be different, and how they dream that it is different, but the facts are that the law is just what it is, and under it every person born in the USA except for the children of foreign diplomats has allegiance to the USA.

In a speech before the House of Representatives in May of 1789, James Madison said:

"It is an established maxim, that birth is a criterion of allegiance. Birth, however, derives its force sometimes from place, and sometimes from parentage; but, in general, place is the most certain criterion; it is what applies in the United States."

What is the criterion of allegiance that applies in the USA? The one criterion that Madison said applies, the place, the place of birth.
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Birfers, let's get an update: any closer to a win in court today?

Is President Barack Hussein Obama still president?

How about that Kenyan birth?

Let's hear today's version, birfers.
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The above word is not a fact nor is it a discussion of the law. When people run out of facts and logical arguments all that they can do is rant. I can understand how they would LIKE the law to be different, and how they dream that it is different, but the facts are that the law is just what it is, and under it every person born in the USA except for the children of foreign diplomats has allegiance to the USA.
In a speech before the House of Representatives in May of 1789, James Madison said:
"It is an established maxim, that birth is a criterion of allegiance. Birth, however, derives its force sometimes from place, and sometimes from parentage; but, in general, place is the most certain criterion; it is what applies in the United States."
What is the criterion of allegiance that applies in the USA? The one criterion that Madison said applies, the place, the place of birth.
Without having read your gibberish, I can only ask one question; Do you honestly think I or any other non-flapper on here cares what you think? Regardless of where Omama is from I know all I need to know about him. He is anti-America and a con man. NO MO BO waddle along now pigeon.

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