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#135575 Jan 5, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
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Your hatred and obsession have taken over completely. Please seek help
LMAO!
Look who's talking.
When have you ever said anything nice to anyone on here?
Never.
UidiotRaceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#135577 Jan 5, 2013
Siouxweety wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO!
Look who's talking.
When have you ever said anything nice to anyone on here?
Never.
HELLO there Dizzy Sioux Tweet bird Brain! BWHHAHHHHAAAAa
American Lady

Danville, KY

#135578 Jan 5, 2013
We're now one step closer to America's coming civil war
By Arthur Herman
Published January 03, 2013
http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/01/03/wer...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#135579 Jan 5, 2013
A right to armed rebellion?: Opinion

http://www.dailynews.com/business/ci_22310902...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#135581 Jan 5, 2013
'Fiscal cliff' deal repeals part of 'Obamacare'

http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/inside-po...

MILLER: Cover up in D.C.'s arrest of Iraq vet
http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/guns/2012...
crzzzd

Rochester, PA

#135582 Jan 5, 2013
youtube.com/watch...
Obama wont last this Term,,,squatter Obama from Kenyan

Since: May 10

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#135583 Jan 5, 2013
Kim 0806 wrote:
<quoted text>You do not know Phil and/or you do not recognize obvious sarcasm when you see it.
Mitt Romney Got… 47 Percent
By Z. Byron Wolf | ABC OTUS News

On the same day lawmakers count the electoral votes on Capitol Hill, officially certifying President Obama's victory in the Electoral College, the AP released a tabulation of official presidential votes from all 50 states.
As tabulated by the AP, Romney got 47.2 percent of the full presidential vote.
He did a bit better - 48.0 - if you just look at the two top candidates.
That number - 47 percent - resonates in the context of the race because of Romney's infamous " 47 percent " comments that seemed to have an effect on the race.
http://news.yahoo.com/mitt-romney-got-47-perc...
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#135585 Jan 5, 2013
wojar wrote:
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Ann Dunham, late in pregnancy decided to take a joy ride to Kenya. She knew that a star would appear above her birth hut, presaging her child’s destiny. He could not become POTUS without being born under the star in Kenya. But the three wise men gave her an invisibility cloak to smuggle her newborn back into the US under the noses of Customs and Immigration officials. After getting a birth certificate in Hawaii with the help of co-conspirators, they decided to steal a Social Security number just for laughs, even though they already had the birth certificate, just for the thrill of it.
Have a nice LSD trip, honey.
Plausible as can be if one's a birther.
Learn to Read

Bensenville, IL

#135586 Jan 5, 2013
Siouxweety wrote:
<quoted text>LMAO!
Look who's talking.
When have you ever said anything nice to anyone on here?
Never.
As I said - please seek help - you appear to be delusional
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#135587 Jan 5, 2013
LRS wrote:
Yep, what a guy the big zero is!
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/01/04/sandy-vi...
Do you know Speaker Boehner? He leads the republican majority in the House. Obama immediately signed off emergency and immediate aid to the beleaguered hours after Sandy hit but long-term aid is the House's responsibilithy. Long-term aid to the distressed New Jersey, NY and Conn residents cannot be given outright by the president . It has to be voted by the House. So, who's been the speaker since Sandy devastated the East coast? Who's been doing zilch about voting an aid package? What's more, who adjourned the House, at the same time swatting away the aid package, leaving it to be dealt with by the new House of Representatives? Then facing outrage, during the Christmas season to boot, and, ashamed at the criticism, he called back the House to vote a part of the appropriation.

You boast of knowing a lot about your country. You don't. You just demonstrated again how you choose hate for Obama over common sense. You definitely don't measure up.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#135588 Jan 5, 2013
LRS wrote:
Is it possible that a dolt such as you could wander around free, and not locked up? Or do they just let you out on weekends? Chicago is like NYC, it's surrounded by cities and other states that have NO gun laws. Like Torono so close to the border. Who's to stop a Chicagoan or New Yorker from heading out of city or state and purcahsing all the guns he wants? Your NRA/birther/tea party kind needs to be legislated. And presto.

Since: May 10

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#135589 Jan 5, 2013
What's this say about France? Maybe Jacques needs to move to France.

Gerard Depardieu Calls Russia 'A Great Democracy'
By Georg Szalai | The Hollywood Reporter – Thu, Jan 3, 2013

French actor Gerard Depardieu in a letter late Thursday not only welcomed a decision by Russian President Vladimir Putin to grant him citizenship, but also lauded the political leader and the country's political system.

French newspaper Le Monde on Friday printed the star's complete letter, including comments on the state of Russia's democracy and press.
http://tv.yahoo.com/news/gerard-depardieu-cal...
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#135590 Jan 5, 2013
crzzzd wrote:
youtube.com/watch?v=RXvyX0gyht 4
Obama wont last this Term,,,squatter Obama from Kenyan
From Kenyan? Oh yeah, that's right, I forgot, he's a Kenya.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#135591 Jan 5, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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Is it possible that a dolt such as you could wander around free, and not locked up? Or do they just let you out on weekends? Chicago is like NYC, it's surrounded by cities and other states that have NO gun laws. Like Torono so close to the border. Who's to stop a Chicagoan or New Yorker from heading out of city or state and purcahsing all the guns he wants? Your NRA/birther/tea party kind needs to be legislated. And presto.
You're such a stupid old fart! All's fair in love and war. Can't take the heat? Get out of the kitchen! The big "0" made it clear four years ago how he would deal with people and that determined how people would deal with him. It's his bed, now he gets to lay in it. Chicago, there's the proof that tighter gun laws aren't the answer and all you can do is make excuses. Blaming an inanimate object is pure stupidity!
Professor Ayreshire

Santa Fe, NM

#135592 Jan 5, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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Do you know Speaker Boehner? He leads the republican majority in the House. Obama immediately signed off emergency and immediate aid to the beleaguered hours after Sandy hit but long-term aid is the House's responsibilithy. Long-term aid to the distressed New Jersey, NY and Conn residents cannot be given outright by the president . It has to be voted by the House. So, who's been the speaker since Sandy devastated the East coast? Who's been doing zilch about voting an aid package? What's more, who adjourned the House, at the same time swatting away the aid package, leaving it to be dealt with by the new House of Representatives? Then facing outrage, during the Christmas season to boot, and, ashamed at the criticism, he called back the House to vote a part of the appropriation.
You boast of knowing a lot about your country. You don't. You just demonstrated again how you choose hate for Obama over common sense. You definitely don't measure up.
Get a clue!! The bill was loaded with other spending not realated to Sandy what-so-ever! That's why!!
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#135593 Jan 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
What's this say about France? Maybe Jacques needs to move to France.
Gerard Depardieu Calls Russia 'A Great Democracy'
By Georg Szalai | The Hollywood Reporter – Thu, Jan 3, 2013
French actor Gerard Depardieu in a letter late Thursday not only welcomed a decision by Russian President Vladimir Putin to grant him citizenship, but also lauded the political leader and the country's political system.
French newspaper Le Monde on Friday printed the star's complete letter, including comments on the state of Russia's democracy and press.
http://tv.yahoo.com/news/gerard-depardieu-cal...
Gérard Despardieux, about whom I know much more than you is :

1) a great actor
2) a humerous, witty, self-deprecating person
3) a great oenophile, also owns two vineyards (let him move them to Russia...

He is also :

A) naive
B) an ungrateul s.o.b. He is a multi-millionaire who made over 75% of his fortune from French audiences and, most importantly, from a French-govt heavily-state-financed film industry

That he would laud Russian democracy shows the extent of his greed and naivety. Everyone except American er hmm Pravda Lady knows the extent of Russian crackdowns on journalists and dissidents - and the mafia-style execution of some who have defied Russian leadership.

The tax rate in Russia is 15%. Would you compare the average Russian's living style with the French's, Rogue? Not even close.

Putin is doing this as pure showmanship. He ignores the fact that Depardieu was in Chechnya last year cheering on the violent Chechnyans' revolt and armed struggle against Moscow. Depardieu, on the other hand, is naive to think that Putin is doing this out of pure kindness. Putin's massacre, imprisonment and torture of Chechnyans are well-known.

You compare tax evaders from France and impending insignificant tax hikes on the rich in the U.S. French multi-multi millionnaires pay 75% taxes. What's the U.S.'s highest rate, 35%? You love to compare apples and oranges, thinking that everyone on this thread is haplessly uninformed. You're walking on a swinging tight rope even discussing U.S. current affairs, so please stay out of European stuff, it's not up your alley. At all.
Professor Ayreshire

Santa Fe, NM

#135594 Jan 5, 2013
LRS wrote:
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You're such a stupid old fart! All's fair in love and war. Can't take the heat? Get out of the kitchen! The big "0" made it clear four years ago how he would deal with people and that determined how people would deal with him. It's his bed, now he gets to lay in it. Chicago, there's the proof that tighter gun laws aren't the answer and all you can do is make excuses. Blaming an inanimate object is pure stupidity!
Right on! People buy guns to collect them just like people collect stamps, coins, knives etc.. etc.. When you start telling people what they can and cannot have then you have a socialist Government. Why don't we make cocaine, meth and LSD illegal? That will surely take them off the streets! Do you think? If banning guns worked, Washington, DC and New York City and Chicago would be the safest cities in the country. Since 1976, it's been illegal in Washington, DC to own any handguns or to keep any type of gun in your home unlocked and fully assembled. However, Washington, DC is the murder capital of the United States next to Chicago and Detroit.
New York City has had severe gun control laws since 1911, yet it also ranks among the most dangerous places in the country. In both cities, violent criminals can easily obtain the most deadly weapons on the streets within minutes.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#135595 Jan 5, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
You're such a stupid old fart! All's fair in love and war. Can't take the heat? Get out of the kitchen! The big "0" made it clear four years ago how he would deal with people and that determined how people would deal with him. It's his bed, now he gets to lay in it. Chicago, there's the proof that tighter gun laws aren't the answer and all you can do is make excuses. Blaming an inanimate object is pure stupidity!
Blaming an inanimate object who ignores facts and liberally uses name-calling as a discussion tool is just that, you, namely an inanimate object.

I brought up neighbouring no-gun laws around a city that has gun laws and you just ignored it. How about a parable as you and some of your birhter friends are as clueless as the apostles and have to be spoken to in childrens' most basic words . Here it is : Let's say you forbid your child to have matches or lighters in his possession as he is has shown to be a budding pyromaniac, has tried to set his home on fire a number of times. So, no matches (like, no guns. So far so good?).But your boy has a neigbour friend who loves fire, comes to play with him at his home all the time. One day, house burns down. How come? He had a no-match policy. Matches didn't burn the house down, the neighbour boy did. Are you following, LRS? No? DOH.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#135596 Jan 5, 2013
Professor Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>Get a clue!! The bill was loaded with other spending not realated to Sandy what-so-ever! That's why!!
Then how come it passed? And what were those loaded bills? Repub bills that wanted to hijack the bill and add cost-cutting measures to it, measures that had nothing to do with the bill, except to cut the equivalent amount. Best you inform yourself more thoroughly.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#135597 Jan 5, 2013
Professor Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>Right on! People buy guns to collect them just like people collect stamps, coins, knives etc.. etc.. When you start telling people what they can and cannot have then you have a socialist Government. Why don't we make cocaine, meth and LSD illegal? That will surely take them off the streets! Do you think? If banning guns worked, Washington, DC and New York City and Chicago would be the safest cities in the country. Since 1976, it's been illegal in Washington, DC to own any handguns or to keep any type of gun in your home unlocked and fully assembled. However, Washington, DC is the murder capital of the United States next to Chicago and Detroit.
New York City has had severe gun control laws since 1911, yet it also ranks among the most dangerous places in the country. In both cities, violent criminals can easily obtain the most deadly weapons on the streets within minutes.
Only phantasmagoric birthers would "moniker" themselves into "Professor, Scholar and Justice", the biggest jokes in the universe. And you call yourself a professor! Ha ha.

Yes, those damn gun laws. How well they compare with stamps and coins when it comes to acts of violence.

FOXNEWS.COM and WND.COM BREAKING NEWS :

NEW YORK : Little old lady attacked and seriously wounded by stamp collector in broad daylight. Nasty stamp collector used a $1.50 and a 0.50 cent stamp to attack innocent old woman and rob her. He hit her several times with his stamps, necessating hospitalization with permanent stamp cancellation stamp etched on her dear old forehead. Who will have the courage to stop these stamp attackers dead in their tracks?

Chicago : Man robs bank at coin-point. Yes, hooded man walked up to teller and handed a note saying he had a concealed coin in his pocket and if she knew what was good for her, should hand over her drawer full of bills. Authorities are increasingly worried about this rash of "coin" - threratening bank holdups. Citizens are warned to be vigilant, specially of anyone in possession of a heavy but rare 50-cent or worse, much worse, JFK dollar coin.

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