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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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#149643 Apr 5, 2013
Oh, a commander does Article 15 punishments. In the Navy it is called a "Captain's Mast" but it is still covered under Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
A Summary Court-Martial's convening authority is the next higher commander and the convening authority for a Special or General Court-Martial is always a General Commanding Officer. In any event, the convening authority must be in the serviceman's Chain of Command.
And all UCMJ actions must be approved by the next higher commander.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149644 Apr 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, a commander does Article 15 punishments. In the Navy it is called a "Captain's Mast" but it is still covered under Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
A Summary Court-Martial's convening authority is the next higher commander and the convening authority for a Special or General Court-Martial is always a General Commanding Officer. In any event, the convening authority must be in the serviceman's Chain of Command.
And all UCMJ actions must be approved by the next higher commander.
Could anyone care less about these obscure military codes of conduct? Talk about global cooling, Rogue, and answer the questions I posed as to the cooling of the globe in the last, say, 35 years. Still waiting.

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#149645 Apr 5, 2013
I do have some insight into this. In Vietnam my father was the G-3 of the 1st Aviation Brigade and after Lam Son 719 he had to travel to I Corps and while there he same a family friend who I will call Colonel K.
My father returned to Bde. HQ and recommended that Colonel k. be relieved of his command and BG Jack Hemingway did so. My father, being the G-3, was not in the chain of commander but he could make recommendations.
Operation Lam Son 719
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Lam_So...

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#149646 Apr 5, 2013
On New Year's Day 1969 I was a senior in high school and my dad had some friends over to watch football and one of which was Col. K. I has in our garage cleaning my Yamaha 100 motorcycle when Col. K. came out and asked if he could ride it and I said NO.
A few minutes later my Dad came out and told me to let Col. K. ride my motorcycle so I put the key in and kick started it and with my knee turned the fuel valve OFF. Col. K. jumped on and took off around the block and returned about 15 minutes later pushing it saying it would not stay started.
Again with my knee i turned the fuel valve on, started my motorcycle and drove it around the block and told my Dad that it was fine. later that night I confessed to my Dad what I had done.
Fast forward two years and now I was in Vietnam and ran into Col. K. and he pointed at me and said my Dad had ratted me out and he was going to get even in a joking way.

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#149647 Apr 5, 2013
Several years later Col. K. dies from sudden cardiac arrest and ten years later his son, who was a captain in the Air Force, also died of the same type of cardiac arrest. A few years later they discovered that people with, what looked like a minor heart rhythm, had a high rate of that type of cardiac arrest and now days they are put on pacemakers.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149648 Apr 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
On New Year's Day 1969 I was a senior in high school and my dad had some friends over to watch football and one of which was Col. K. I has in our garage cleaning my Yamaha 100 motorcycle when Col. K. came out and asked if he could ride it and I said NO.
A few minutes later my Dad came out and told me to let Col. K. ride my motorcycle so I put the key in and kick started it and with my knee turned the fuel valve OFF. Col. K. jumped on and took off around the block and returned about 15 minutes later pushing it saying it would not stay started.
Again with my knee i turned the fuel valve on, started my motorcycle and drove it around the block and told my Dad that it was fine. later that night I confessed to my Dad what I had done.
Fast forward two years and now I was in Vietnam and ran into Col. K. and he pointed at me and said my Dad had ratted me out and he was going to get even in a joking way.
Yamaha 100? 100? Sissy bike, lame, did you have to pedal to make it go over 20 mph? LMAO (LRS tm reg'd).

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149649 Apr 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Several years later Col. K. dies from sudden cardiac arrest and ten years later his son, who was a captain in the Air Force, also died of the same type of cardiac arrest. A few years later they discovered that people with, what looked like a minor heart rhythm, had a high rate of that type of cardiac arrest and now days they are put on pacemakers.
...but more often on Coumadin or generic Warfarin pills.

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#149650 Apr 5, 2013
OHG, this looks like the Yamaha 100 I had in high school in 1968-69. It was one bad-azzed bike. I think it could do a whole 55 mph!
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Sue

Katy, TX

#149651 Apr 5, 2013

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#149652 Apr 5, 2013
Washington, we have a problem. Out of ten aircraft carriers three are in major overhauls which leads us to only seven operational carriers!!! Soooo, it a major combat resumes in Korea, we might be able to send two carriers!!!
Oh, obama took the USS Enterprise out of service three years earlier than planned. The Enterprise was planned to be take out of service AFTER the USS Gerald Ford goes into service in 2016!!!
Yes, the Enterprise is in war storage along with three other carriers but it would forut to six months before it would be ready to deploy. You see, it is not just ONE ship, it is a dozen ships and a whole Wing of aircraft all of which need to be re-manned and trained.
There is a saying, you go to war with what you have and right now our Navy, Marines and Army are at their lowest levels than they were before the Attack of Peal Harbor in 1941. Only the Air Force is in better shape but not in the shape it was five years ago.
And a war can be lost before we have fully mobilized! Gone are the days when we had time from the start of a war to build up a response. In WWII it took us several years but back then we had a few years which still cost us over 100,000 dead. Americans. Today a war can be lost in a week with a 100 million dead Americans!
Ellen1

Dedham, MA

#149653 Apr 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
You are right. Obama was never vetted. McCain was vetted by the U.S. Senate, but not Obama!!! Ever voter has the right to challenge any political candidate.
So why has no one vetted Obama? Because they have a fear of being labeled a .... RACIST. And that makes them political COWARDS.
And what a person like Judge Arthur has to say is not revetent.
No one "vetted" George W. Bush or Bill Clinton or Bush Senior or Reagan or Carter or Ford or Nixon or LBJ or JFK or Eisenhower, etc.

The reason why not is that there is no procedure in the Constitution or any law for "vetting" presidential candidates. The assumption is that the opponents of the candidates will do the "vetting"---and in fact Hillary Clinton (and McCain too) did do the "vetting." Both of them checked out whether or not Obama was born in Hawaii or born in a foreign country, and when they found that the facts showed that indeed Obama was born in Hawaii and not born in any foreign country, they stopped "vetting."

Obama's birth in the USA is now confirmed far more than any other president's was, and his Natural Born Citizen status has been confirmed by TEN appeals courts, all of which cited the Wong Kim Ark Supreme Court ruling and none of which cited Minor v. Happersett. And, in perhaps the most overwhelming sign of Obama's eligibility being confirmed, not one single member of the US Electoral College changed their vote from Obama to McCain in 2008 or from Obama to Romney in 2012 out of the nutty idea that Obama was not born in the USA or the crazy legal theory that two citizen parents are required to be a Natural Born US citizen. In past elections one or two electors did not follow the votes of their voters in their states, but in these two elections not one switched a vote. And Obama's election was confirmed UNANIMOUSLY by the US Congress in both elections.

Obama has been "vetted."

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#149654 Apr 5, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Could anyone care less about these obscure military codes of conduct? Talk about global cooling, Rogue, and answer the questions I posed as to the cooling of the globe in the last, say, 35 years. Still waiting.
What proof do you have that the Earth has warmed one thousands of a degree in the past dozen years? Dr. James Hansen has been totally discredited!

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#149655 Apr 5, 2013
Oh, NASA-MSFC has said the Earth has cooled one degree centigrade so far this century!!!

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#149656 Apr 5, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Yamaha 100? 100? Sissy bike, lame, did you have to pedal to make it go over 20 mph? LMAO (LRS tm reg'd).
Well, there were four drivers in our family at the time and only two cars. Yes, a Yamaha 100 was lame but it got me to where I wanted to go and all I needed to do was to get from school to my after school job at the florist and then back home.

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#149657 Apr 5, 2013
Do you remember Hurricane Irene from Aug 2011? Shortly after that I ran into two young men who had moped problems. They were from the Tampa area and had a job offering in Norfolk, VA as carpenters but their car died. They got a thousand dollars for it as junk and bough a 50cc moped and headed north.
It you know anything about mopeds, they have only 3 hp and a maximum speed of only 45 mph ..... and they are limited to one person who is not over 220 pounds!!!
Soooo, here were these two 150 (?) guns with their bags heading north and near Ocala they blew a rear tire and waited a day to get it fixed. I ran into them at Baldwin, FL where their engine had failed and it was dead!!! I felt sorry for them so I put their moped in the back of my Honda Ridgeline and took them to a moped shop where they were told it would be $700 for a new engine and they were broke.
One 150 pound guy and his bags may have made it on a moped but not two!
Oh, the moped had only 400 miles on it but the dealer said their warranty was void as it failed because the moped was seriously overloaded.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149658 Apr 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Washington, we have a problem. Out of ten aircraft carriers three are in major overhauls which leads us to only seven operational carriers!!! Soooo, it a major combat resumes in Korea, we might be able to send two carriers!!!
Oh, obama took the USS Enterprise out of service three years earlier than planned. The Enterprise was planned to be take out of service AFTER the USS Gerald Ford goes into service in 2016!!!
Yes, the Enterprise is in war storage along with three other carriers but it would forut to six months before it would be ready to deploy. You see, it is not just ONE ship, it is a dozen ships and a whole Wing of aircraft all of which need to be re-manned and trained.
There is a saying, you go to war with what you have and right now our Navy, Marines and Army are at their lowest levels than they were before the Attack of Peal Harbor in 1941. Only the Air Force is in better shape but not in the shape it was five years ago.
And a war can be lost before we have fully mobilized! Gone are the days when we had time from the start of a war to build up a response. In WWII it took us several years but back then we had a few years which still cost us over 100,000 dead. Americans. Today a war can be lost in a week with a 100 million dead Americans!
So, Rogue, who is going to attack? Will any attack justify the use of 7 aircraft carriers, what with US bases within striking distance of almost if not all foes? Tell me, Rogue, how many operational carriers does Russia have? How many operational aircraft carriers does China have? How many operational aircraft carriers does N.Korea have? Answer to all THREE : ZERO. So, what exactly is it you are so worried about?

Obama was right to retire the Enterprise and I'm sure if he had his way, he'd retire all but 2 or 3 of them. Do you know how much these behemoths cost to build, and, even worse, cost to operate and maintain? Don't you think those funds should instead wisely go to health care, social services, education, veterans, public works, unemployment benefits, housing? You neglect those areas too much, Rogue, and pretty soon, those dinosaur aircraft carriers will have nothing to defend.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149659 Apr 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
What proof do you have that the Earth has warmed one thousands of a degree in the past dozen years? Dr. James Hansen has been totally discredited!
I posed a question, I advanced nothing. You're not too good at answering, now are you? Yes or no : Has the earth cooled in the last 35 years? What HAS it done? Cooled, warmed of status quo?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#149660 Apr 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Do you remember Hurricane Irene from Aug 2011? Shortly after that I ran into two young men who had moped problems. They were from the Tampa area and had a job offering in Norfolk, VA as carpenters but their car died. They got a thousand dollars for it as junk and bough a 50cc moped and headed north.
It you know anything about mopeds, they have only 3 hp and a maximum speed of only 45 mph ..... and they are limited to one person who is not over 220 pounds!!!
Soooo, here were these two 150 (?) guns with their bags heading north and near Ocala they blew a rear tire and waited a day to get it fixed. I ran into them at Baldwin, FL where their engine had failed and it was dead!!! I felt sorry for them so I put their moped in the back of my Honda Ridgeline and took them to a moped shop where they were told it would be $700 for a new engine and they were broke.
One 150 pound guy and his bags may have made it on a moped but not two!
Oh, the moped had only 400 miles on it but the dealer said their warranty was void as it failed because the moped was seriously overloaded.
Rogue : "Soooo, here were these two 150 (?) guns with their bags heading north ".

Guns? This is the mother of ALL freudian slips. OMG yes.

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#149661 Apr 5, 2013
Oh, I helped a kid hop-up his Yamaha 50cc Zuma moped. There are about twenty states that allow mopeds and they do not have to be registered or insured so long as they at under 50cc's, not over three hp and can not go over 45 mph and you can drive one at age 15 if you have a learner's permit.
Being mechanically inclined I knew that the Yamaha F-50's had a throttle limiter and to get it over three hp to about five hp only required a little work with a file. In most European countries they do not have a restrictor lobe on the throttle cam and all you have to do is file down that lobe and the throttle will open all the way. And it does not cost a dime either.
Oh, Honda mopeds have a restrictor plate like NASCAR uses on their race cars so all you have to do is remove that plate between the carburetor and the manifold and, voulais, you have about five hp too. You might want to replace the gasket but it is a cheap fix.
In either case to get them to go over 45 mph requires more mods and more money! For about a thousand bucks you can make a pretty cheap racing bike. They race mopeds in Europe so their is plenty of racing parts available.
Moped race at Croix Racing Circuit, France -

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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Ottawa

#149662 Apr 5, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, NASA-MSFC has said the Earth has cooled one degree centigrade so far this century!!!
Which century please?

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