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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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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154116 May 3, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
From your post.
"What's that go to the with the Constitution?"
Never correct anyone again, Mr. Moe Ron! LMAO! squidiot
May I remind you that YOU corrected me first. I never initiate that kind of childish stuff but will respond in kind. Your turn's coming up.
And by the way, here's the first one : You referenced the wrong post. Correction had zilch to do with the Constitution and the "Evangelical" background.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#154117 May 3, 2013
It has been 25 years since I lived in Germany but I still remember the bus stop graffiti like, "Ausländer raus!(Foreigners out!)" and other references to 'Turks not wanted here'.
I hope we do not get to that point here.

German neo-Nazi trial sparks fear of hidden racism
By FRANK JORDANS | Associated Press –

BERLIN (AP)— Most of the victims were immigrants and their deaths at first failed to make headlines. Police were quick to blame the slayings on foreign gangs with links to gambling and drugs.
But revelations that a string of unsolved killings may have been a cold-blooded neo-Nazi campaign against ethnic Turks shook the nation, forcing Germans to confront painful truths about racism and the broader treatment of immigrants in a society deeply conscious of the legacy of the Holocaust.
The sole survivor of the group blamed for the killings — the self-styled National Socialist Underground — goes on trial Monday in Munich, along with four men alleged to have helped the killers in various ways.
http://news.yahoo.com/german-neo-nazi-trial-s...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154118 May 3, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Barfer Girks only posts the turds that fall from LTR's mouth! scrotumrash
Here we go, with more, lots more to come. You wrote : "Barfer Girks only posts " That's "post", crud, "post".

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#154119 May 3, 2013
Well!!! The more Liberal you are, the madder you get! What do you expect when you vote in socialists?

Unhappy with your life? You might be French.
French people consistently rank among Europe's most dissatisfied in surveys, despite having a higher quality of life. Researchers are trying to figure out why.

By Sara Miller Llana, Dheepthi Namasivayam | Christian Science Monitor

In Southern Europe, unemployment is rampant. In the north, particularly Germany, the public is grumbling that they are bailing out the fiscally irresponsible. And everywhere on the continent, Europe's vaunted welfare states are under threat.
Austerity, disillusionment, joblessness: across Europe the mood is dour.
But while devoid of the panicking and protesting sweeping other countries with a safety net still tightly woven, it is France where – psychologically – the crisis appears to be felt the most.
A staggering 80 percent of French say they’ve been personally impacted by the economic crisis, according to a new poll by the academic pollster YouGov-Cambridge. That compares to 57 percent of Britons and 54 percent of Germans surveyed who say they’ve been affected by their country’s economic woes in the past five years.
It’s yet another piece of what Claudia Senik, who studies the intersection of happiness and economics at the Paris School of Economics, calls the “French unhappiness puzzle”– the persistent pessimism in a country where people have it a lot better than most.“Here, there are the same shocks or less, but the French feel it more,” says Ms. Senik.
http://news.yahoo.com/unhappy-life-might-fren...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154120 May 3, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Barfer, considering you're 180 degrees off in all your thinking, that would make me 100% correct! You're welcome for the lesson. LMAO! Oh Barfer, don't try and be a showoff, we know you lack the beans to post a link! LMAO!! What-A-Tuber!
Oh, oh, not another one. You wrote : "What-A-Tuber!" Sorry, illiterate slot, but even with new automatic Topix spellcheck, you still can't spell or understand simple grammatical rules. Okay, let's do this one. It's "What A Tuber!", slug. No hyphens. Look it up.

Want to keep it up?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#154121 May 3, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, oh, not another one. You wrote : "What-A-Tuber!" Sorry, illiterate slot, but even with new automatic Topix spellcheck, you still can't spell or understand simple grammatical rules. Okay, let's do this one. It's "What A Tuber!", slug. No hyphens. Look it up.
Want to keep it up?
I would have thought he meant, "What a tuber-head"! As in potatoe-head

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154122 May 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Well!!! The more Liberal you are, the madder you get! What do you expect when you vote in socialists?
Unhappy with your life? You might be French.
French people consistently rank among Europe's most dissatisfied in surveys, despite having a higher quality of life. Researchers are trying to figure out why.
By Sara Miller Llana, Dheepthi Namasivayam | Christian Science Monitor
In Southern Europe, unemployment is rampant. In the north, particularly Germany, the public is grumbling that they are bailing out the fiscally irresponsible. And everywhere on the continent, Europe's vaunted welfare states are under threat.
Austerity, disillusionment, joblessness: across Europe the mood is dour.
But while devoid of the panicking and protesting sweeping other countries with a safety net still tightly woven, it is France where – psychologically – the crisis appears to be felt the most.
A staggering 80 percent of French say they’ve been personally impacted by the economic crisis, according to a new poll by the academic pollster YouGov-Cambridge. That compares to 57 percent of Britons and 54 percent of Germans surveyed who say they’ve been affected by their country’s economic woes in the past five years.
It’s yet another piece of what Claudia Senik, who studies the intersection of happiness and economics at the Paris School of Economics, calls the “French unhappiness puzzle”– the persistent pessimism in a country where people have it a lot better than most.“Here, there are the same shocks or less, but the French feel it more,” says Ms. Senik.
http://news.yahoo.com/unhappy-life-might-fren...
Vive la France.
Truth Detector

Louisville, KY

#154123 May 3, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
One has to suppose the founding fathers never imagined a country this enlightened could produce anything on the level of a birfoon and since only naturalized citizens were restricted from seeking the highest office they found no need to spell it out. Who knew given only two choices the ignorant birfoon would invent a third?
The Founding Fathers included the Presidential eligibility clause for one reason, and one reason only.
It was to prevent STUPID Americans from electing and allowing a person with divided loyalties and allegiances to gain access to the Nations top office, later expanded to include the VP office since that person could also gain access to the Nations top office.

The best way to prevent this from happening was requiring that elected person to have TWO US parents at birth and to thereby eliminate all possibility of that person having divided loyalties and allegiances before entering the Nations top office.

The Presidential eligibility clause was created specifically to keep usurpers with divided loyalties and allegiances at birth, like Obama, from ever being elected to the office to begin with.

You really are this STUPID, huh Poopoo stain?
No wonder you are still a Dumbocrat.
Can you say President Cruz?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#154124 May 3, 2013
Before you Libtards get your panries in a wad, I don't give much weight to this poll. In which state(s) did they survey? Did they get a good mix of rural as well as urban dwellers?

Poll shows 29 percent of voters think ‘armed revolution’ might be needed - Posted on May 3, 2013 by Cowboy Byte

We knew distrust of government was high. But a new poll shows that suspicion reaching new levels.

According to a survey from Fairleigh Dickinson University, nearly a third of registered voters — 29 percent — believe an “armed revolution” might be necessary in the next few years in order to protect liberties.

Read more: http://cowboybyte.com/21258/poll-shows-29-per...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154126 May 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
I would have thought he meant, "What a tuber-head"! As in potatoe-head
Is this erudite Dan Quayle's brand of potato(e)?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154127 May 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Before you Libtards get your panries in a wad, I don't give much weight to this poll. In which state(s) did they survey? Did they get a good mix of rural as well as urban dwellers?
Poll shows 29 percent of voters think ‘armed revolution’ might be needed - Posted on May 3, 2013 by Cowboy Byte
We knew distrust of government was high. But a new poll shows that suspicion reaching new levels.
According to a survey from Fairleigh Dickinson University, nearly a third of registered voters — 29 percent — believe an “armed revolution” might be necessary in the next few years in order to protect liberties.
Read more: http://cowboybyte.com/21258/poll-shows-29-per...
cowboyte.com . Now there's a well-known (yes, LRS, hyphen required) reliable and unimpeachable source. I know, I know, I'm killing the messenger. Good.
Truth Detector

Louisville, KY

#154128 May 3, 2013
The end of a love affair?

RASMUSSEN: OBAMA LOWEST SINCE AUGUST...

Approve: 45%... Disapprove: 53%...

Developing...
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#154129 May 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Ah, states can not rule on the constitutionality of any federal law! Only federal courts can do that.
And who has challenged the Constitutionality of the Constitution?(Other than Dufus Dale of course)
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#154130 May 3, 2013
Grand Birther wrote:
THE COLD CASE POSSE WILL ASSIST IN THE ALABAMA SUPREME COURT CASE AGAINST OBAMA!

Attorney Larry Klayman, who is the founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, presently has an Obama eligibility case on appeal in the Alabama Supreme Court. Judge Roy Moore is on that court.

Klayman is representing 2012 Constitution Party presidential nominee Virgil Goode and Alabama Republican Party leader Hugh McInnish. Goode and McInnish are asking the court to compel Secretary of State Beth Chapman to confirm that all candidates on the stateÂ’s 2012 ballot were qualified and duly eligible to serve in the stated positions.
Old fail news. More fails to come?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154131 May 3, 2013
Truth Detector wrote:
The end of a love affair?
RASMUSSEN: OBAMA LOWEST SINCE AUGUST...
Approve: 45%... Disapprove: 53%...
Developing...
So? Still 3.5 years to go and he's not even up for re-election. Got more BREAKING NEWS?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154132 May 3, 2013
PS : Oh, what do polls say about Repub-dominated Congress's popularity?(yes, LRS, hyphen required as is apostrophe in the right place.)
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#154133 May 3, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
May I remind you that YOU corrected me first. I never initiate that kind of childish stuff but will respond in kind. Your turn's coming up.
And by the way, here's the first one : You referenced the wrong post. Correction had zilch to do with the Constitution and the "Evangelical" background.
No, you may not! Be seated and remain silent. scrotumrash
Truth Detector

Louisville, KY

#154134 May 3, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
PS : Oh, what do polls say about Repub-dominated Congress's popularity?(yes, LRS, hyphen required as is apostrophe in the right place.)
I Blame the Dumbocrat-led Senate For Not Passing Legislation.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#154135 May 3, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Here we go, with more, lots more to come. You wrote : "Barfer Girks only posts " That's "post", crud, "post".
Wrong. squidiot
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#154136 May 3, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, oh, not another one. You wrote : "What-A-Tuber!" Sorry, illiterate slot, but even with new automatic Topix spellcheck, you still can't spell or understand simple grammatical rules. Okay, let's do this one. It's "What A Tuber!", slug. No hyphens. Look it up.
Want to keep it up?
Sure, you idiot. That comes from a company slogan. HaHaHaHa! You're batting average is zero, Shirley! Honestly now, how long has it been since you went outside? Poor little troll. LMAO!!! scrotboi

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