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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 ... Full Story
Johannes

Yucaipa, CA

#117444 Oct 14, 2012
Christopher Stevens' father would really like it if everyone stopped trying to turn his son's death into a political issue. Speaking with Bloomberg News' Margaret Talev, Jan Stevens said it would be, "abhorrent" to turn his son's death into a campaign issue. Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has faced criticism for politicizing the event from Democrats over comments he made the day after the consulate attacks. "Iím not sure exactly what heís been saying and not saying, but our position is it would be a real shame if this were politicized," Stevens said. "Our concern now is memorializing Chris and remembering his contribution to the country." The Stevens family is preparing for a memorial for their son later this week.
Johannes

Yucaipa, CA

#117445 Oct 14, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
American Lady wrote:
~~~~~I Am a Christian~~~~~~~~
When I say I am a Christian
I am not shouting Iím clean living
Iím whispering I was lost
Now Iím found and forgiven
When I say I am a Christian
I donít speak of this with pride
Iím confessing that I stumble
and need Christ to be my guide
When I say I am a Christian
I am not trying to be strong
Iím professing that Iím weak
and need His strength to carry on
When I say I am a Christian
Iím not bragging of success
Iím admitting I have failed
and need God to clean my mess
When I say I am a Christian
I am not claiming to be perfect
My flaws are far too visible
But, God believes I am worth it
When I say I am a Christian
I still feel the sting of pain
I have my shares of heartaches
So I call upon His name
When I say I am a Christian
I Ďm not holier than thou
Iím just a simple sinner
Who received Godís good grace, somehow.
by ~ Carol Wimmer
<quoted text>
Here in America we have freedom of speech and free of religion, not freedom FROM religion. If you don't like what you read, you are FREE to go elsewhere.
Just make sure that while you are reading that, the source isn't our government.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#117449 Oct 14, 2012
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
Terri Tanna wrote:
<quoted text>
You continue to expose your total lack of ANY knowledge about Economics.
Do you have any idea what the cause of inflation is? Obviously, you don't. Do you understand that inflation can only occur under certain conditions precedent? Obviously, you are completely ignorant about this.
<quoted text>
Just curious, Rogue, as an onlooker. Read Terri's post (above yours), then re-read your response. Unless I'm missing something, is there any relevance to her post in your response?
You see, that's the kind of answer we now expect from birthers and tea partyers. You stump 'em, they reply with irrelevant nonsense, very often sexual or coarse.
Naw, we've merely grown used to amazingly stupid questions coming from the flappers. 100% of Stanky's posts are BS and you're right there with her. Just BS. Nothing more. Now, do the Shuffle puppet.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#117450 Oct 14, 2012
Johannes wrote:
<quoted text>
Just make sure that while you are reading that, the source isn't our government.
That came from a textbook that is being used this year in High Schools in the Midwest. No gov. source. You can return to your trip now.
Grand Birther

Oregon, OH

#117451 Oct 14, 2012
Nobody U Know wrote:
<quoted text>
Well post it again with the link so I can tell if it was actually a part of the official decision.
The words Natural born citizen was never uttered in the WKA decision.
Lol, you are LYING because you're a little liar.

You've never read the court's opinion.
Grand Birther

Brooklyn, NY

#117452 Oct 14, 2012
I cannot believe that Kentucky Birfoon is so illiterate that he's never read the opinion in Wong Kim Ark.

It's sad how willfully stupid birfers are.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#117453 Oct 14, 2012
Johannes wrote:
Christopher Stevens' father would really like it if everyone stopped trying to turn his son's death into a political issue. Speaking with Bloomberg News' Margaret Talev, Jan Stevens said it would be, "abhorrent" to turn his son's death into a campaign issue. Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has faced criticism for politicizing the event from Democrats over comments he made the day after the consulate attacks. "Iím not sure exactly what heís been saying and not saying, but our position is it would be a real shame if this were politicized," Stevens said. "Our concern now is memorializing Chris and remembering his contribution to the country." The Stevens family is preparing for a memorial for their son later this week.
Then I guess the Odumbo administration shouldn't have tried to cover it up! No? Blame Odumbo and Clinton, they're the ones responsible.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#117454 Oct 14, 2012
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Who's running? I'm having an espresso. But, just saw you whiz by me. Why you running?
I didn't whiz by you, I whizzed on you! LMAO pigeon
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#117455 Oct 14, 2012
Grand Birther wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol, you are LYING because you're a little liar.
You've never read the court's opinion.
Doesn't matter Barfer Girks. Until you can understand "not subject to any foreign power" you'll remain ignorant. Sic 'em Barfer!
Grand Birther

Oregon, OH

#117456 Oct 14, 2012
Just think how few birfoons there would be if literacy rates were higher.
Johannes

Yucaipa, CA

#117457 Oct 14, 2012
But on Tuesday night, after Stevens had been killed, but before his name had been released to the press, the Republican Party treated him as a prop, an instrument in the assembly of a cheap and false political attack.(John Cassidy has a timeline of the statements.) It was about an hour before midnight on September 11th, of all days, when Priebus tweeted this:

Obama sympathizes with attackers in Egypt. Sad and pathetic.

This was not true. Neither was it true, as Romney said even before Priebusís tweet, that the Obama Administrationís first response was ďto sympathizeĒ with the killers. Romney called this ďdisgracefulĒ; what does he call the political distortion of the deaths of four diplomats who travelled to serve in a dangerous place?(CNN reported that they died of smoke inhalation after assailants with R.P.G.ís set the consulate on fire.) And what does Romney consider a lie? His statement this morning, while offering condolences, pressed the blame on Obama and scrambled the timeline of our Cairo Embassyís statements. Priebus tweeted that out, too, along with prayers for the victims.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#117458 Oct 14, 2012
Grand Birther wrote:
I cannot believe that Kentucky Birfoon is so illiterate that he's never read the opinion in Wong Kim Ark.
It's sad how willfully stupid birfers are.
Again, you're WONG!
Grand Birther

Oregon, OH

#117459 Oct 14, 2012
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Until you can understand "not subject to any foreign power" you'll remain ignorant.!
Butthurt Loser, you too can simply read the opinion of the highest court in the land and see for yourself what subject to the jurisdiction means. "It doesn't matter" to birfoons who are illiterate, but if I were a birther I'd put the two together and realize that that's why the courts take such a dim view of your frivolous suits.

And of course none of that has anything to do with the children of aliens, only those children born of diplomats and invading forces.

You are sad little wannabe troll these past couple days. How many times have you been totally owned by your betters? A dozen? Two dozen?

BWAHHH HA HA HA HA HAHAHA
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#117460 Oct 14, 2012
Grand Birther wrote:
Just think how few birfoons there would be if literacy rates were higher.
Just think, if commonsense were a requirement, there would be zero Dims!
Grand Birther

Oregon, OH

#117461 Oct 14, 2012
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Again, you're WONG!
Butthurt Loser, do I need to quote the court's opinion for you yet again?

Have you improved reading ability beyond that of a fourth grader yet?

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#117462 Oct 14, 2012
Grand Birther wrote:
I cannot believe that Kentucky Birfoon is so illiterate that he's never read the opinion in Wong Kim Ark.
It's sad how willfully stupid birfers are.
All, the illiterate speaks again.

Wong was ruled a citizen.
Elg was ruled a natural born citizen.

Next..
Grand Birther

Oregon, OH

#117463 Oct 14, 2012
Will birfers continue to whine, cry, and stomp their little baby feet?

Or will they just quote a case from the highest court in the nation that supports their illiterate views on jurisdiction and the fantasy two citizen parent rule?

We'll wait.
Grand Birther

Oregon, OH

#117464 Oct 14, 2012
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Just think, if commonsense were a requirement, there would be zero Dims!
Translation: Butthurt Loser-- "Boo hooooo, I can't find case law to support my silly views!!! Wahhhhh wahhhh!"

Sorry, loser, but 150+ years of precedent is not going to be overturned to satisfy a basement dwelling loser named LRS who whines and cries on Topix.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#117465 Oct 14, 2012
Grand Birther wrote:
<quoted text>
Butthurt Loser, you too can simply read the opinion of the highest court in the land and see for yourself what subject to the jurisdiction means. "It doesn't matter" to birfoons who are illiterate, but if I were a birther I'd put the two together and realize that that's why the courts take such a dim view of your frivolous suits.
And of course none of that has anything to do with the children of aliens, only those children born of diplomats and invading forces.
You are sad little wannabe troll these past couple days. How many times have you been totally owned by your betters? A dozen? Two dozen?
BWAHHH HA HA HA HA HAHAHA
You really are stupid aren't you? Before 1866 there was no national birthright law. Also, before this time citizens of the U.S. were strictly defined as citizens of the States. At the time, England considered every person born within the realm of the King was a natural born subject by virtue of birth alone. The U.S. did not follow this same rule. For instance, children of slaves, transient aliens or Indians followed the condition of their father. Getting a clue yet dumbazz?
American Lady

Danville, KY

#117466 Oct 14, 2012
Johannes wrote:
<quoted text>
Just make sure that while you are reading that, the source isn't our government.
You make 'about' as much sense as a "soup sandwich" ...

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