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#157168 May 27, 2013
nebka wrote:
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So you think my adding something to my name makes you smart???
It just shows that you are a bottom feeder
And you are a microbe feeding off of dead bottom feeders.
Justice Dale

Wichita, KS

#157169 May 27, 2013
wojar wrote:
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Funny how no one ever noticed the new Play Law rules that made thousands of people, previously thought to be citizens in 1865, aliens.
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LMAO!!! Funny, prior to 1866 the various states made the citizens of the USA, no one lost their citizenship with the change of power from the various states to the US Government, it was just streamlined by the 14th amendment.
Truth Detector

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#157170 May 27, 2013
nebka the retard wrote:
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So you think my adding something to my name makes you smart???
It just shows that you are a bottom feeder
I did more than that!

The SHEEPLE think pResident Obama's birth was predestined
that his mother and father was meant to meet and give birth to Him and he was going to be president.

FIFY!
Now it is the truth!

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#157171 May 27, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Your Japan and the A-bomb analysis are totally off. Totally. Best you inform yourself on the Russian declaration of war on Japan, why the A-bomb was used, etc.
You agree that Eisenhower was centre-left? Agree with who? I never said that.
Everyone knows Ike was a closet Democrat. Truman offered to step aside if Ike ran as a Democrat, but he declined.
Eisenhower and Truman got along fine until Eisenhower began his campaign for the presidency in 1952 as a Republican. By then, Eisenhower had begun to regard Truman as an inept, undignified leader who had surrounded himself with crooks and cronies. Truman, in turn, was furious with Eisenhower's claim that there was a "mess" in Washington. He was incensed that Eisenhower would undermine his efforts to end the Korean War by promising to go there himself. And he certainly was not pleased with the candidate's criticism of his foreign policy, particularly since Eisenhower appeared to be in total accord with it before the campaign. When it came time for their traditional ride together as president and president-elect to Eisenhower's inauguration ceremonies, the chill in their relationship was clearly evident. Eisenhower even refused Truman's invitation to join him for coffee in the White House.
http://www.nps.gov/features/eise/jrranger/5ac...

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#157172 May 27, 2013
I will repeat myself as Libtards do not seem to "get it'. ALL flag officers are appointed by the president and approved by the Senate. So Democrats tend to appoint left-leaning generals and Republicans right-leaning generals. But there are few radical lefty or righty generals.
FDR was president from 1933 until early 1945 and then Truman took over until 1953 so for twenty years Lefty Generals were pretty much in control but a Righty Generals advance as war progressed even Lefty Generals can recognize military talent and Right-of-Center generals were promoted.

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#157173 May 27, 2013
Japanese Nikkei dropped another 3.22% today and their market reopens in a little over an hour from now and if it does not go up even slightly, expect our DOW to begin DOWN tomorrow too.

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#157174 May 27, 2013
Billionaires Dumping Stocks, Economist Knows Why
Sunday, 26 May 2013 06:50 PM

Despite the 6.5% stock market rally over the last three months, a handful of billionaires are quietly dumping their American stocks ... and fast.

Warren Buffett, who has been a cheerleader for U.S. stocks for quite some time, is dumping shares at an alarming rate. He recently complained of “disappointing performance” in dyed-in-the-wool American companies like Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, and Kraft Foods.

In the latest filing for Buffett’s holding company Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett has been drastically reducing his exposure to stocks that depend on consumer purchasing habits. Berkshire sold roughly 19 million shares of Johnson & Johnson, and reduced his overall stake in “consumer product stocks” by 21%. Berkshire Hathaway also sold its entire stake in California-based computer parts supplier Intel.

With 70% of the U.S. economy dependent on consumer spending, Buffett’s apparent lack of faith in these companies’ future prospects is worrisome.

Unfortunately Buffett isn’t alone.

Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.moneynews.com/MKTNews/billionaires...
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#157175 May 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Everyone knows Ike was a closet Democrat. Truman offered to step aside if Ike ran as a Democrat, but he declined.
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So, Eisenhower was a closet democrat who refused to run as a democrat even after, so you state, Truman offered to step aside. Do you know this makes no sense?

That Ike could not stand Truman is well-known, No news there. It's not so much either that he doubted JFK's competence, it's more like he didn't like his youth.

From much reading I've done on both McArthur and Eisenhower, I would think, though both were great generals, that McArthur was the best of the two. But hey, that's me.

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#157176 May 27, 2013
nebka wrote:
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So you think my adding something to my name makes you smart???
It just shows that you are a bottom feeder
But you might try and change your name if you want to be taken seriously or not.

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#157177 May 27, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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So, Eisenhower was a closet democrat who refused to run as a democrat even after, so you state, Truman offered to step aside. Do you know this makes no sense?
That Ike could not stand Truman is well-known, No news there. It's not so much either that he doubted JFK's competence, it's more like he didn't like his youth.
From much reading I've done on both McArthur and Eisenhower, I would think, though both were great generals, that McArthur was the best of the two. But hey, that's me.
What rank was Ike in 1933 when FDR became president? He was a major and in 1936 was promoted to Ltc and was promoted to BG in 1941.
October 3, 1941. Although his administrative abilities had been noticed, on the eve of the U.S. entry into World War II he had never held an active command above a battalion and was far from being considered by many as a potential commander of major operations.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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Ottawa

#157178 May 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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What rank was Ike in 1933 when FDR became president? He was a major and in 1936 was promoted to Ltc and was promoted to BG in 1941.
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Again, you post gibberish which has nothing to do with the subject.

“zero nuclear weapons”

Since: Sep 08

Perryville

#157179 May 27, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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But you might try and change your name if you want to be taken seriously or not.
Do you know what Nebka or shal i say who?

Nebka is the birth name of an Ancient Egyptian king (pharaoh) who ruled during the 3rd dynasty of the Old Kingdom. He is thought to be identical with the Hellenized name form Necherophes (by Manetho). Nebka is one of the most disputed kings of the Old Kingdom, since his name is handed down as cartouche name only, but is preserved always in the same typographical way. And because the sources for the name “Nebka” are that numerous, this ruler is seen as a historically important figure.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nebka

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#157181 May 28, 2013
nebka wrote:
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Do you know what Nebka or shal i say who?
Nebka is the birth name of an Ancient Egyptian king (pharaoh) who ruled during the 3rd dynasty of the Old Kingdom. He is thought to be identical with the Hellenized name form Necherophes (by Manetho). Nebka is one of the most disputed kings of the Old Kingdom, since his name is handed down as cartouche name only, but is preserved always in the same typographical way. And because the sources for the name “Nebka” are that numerous, this ruler is seen as a historically important figure.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nebka
No I didn't know and I will probably forget all about him soon. Wow, Wiki devoted a whole half page to him.

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#157182 May 28, 2013
Adrian Peterson not a believer in same-sex marriage
Posted by Mike Florio on May 27, 2013, 9:31 PM EDT

When we first saw the comments of Vikings running back Adrian Peterson on the issue of same-sex marriage, the decision was made to mention the situation in the one-liners, with no full-blown post.

Since then, however, the issue has popped up in plenty of places, and it makes sense on the day that honors those who fought for our freedoms to point to an issue the demonstrates in many ways the things we can do as Americans.

When Peterson says in a radio interview that he’s “not with” same-sex marriage, he exercises his right to say whatever he wants. And those who choose to disagree with Peterson are exercising the same rights. Meanwhile, those who are fighting for and against the legalization of same-sex marriage are exercise their rights to participate in the political process.

These rights all flow from the documents that gave rise to our nation, rights secured and then preserved by the men and women who fought and died to allow us to disagree on the issue of same-sex marriage and any other issue, from important to trivial and all points in between.

So feel free to call me an idiot in the comments if you disagree with this or anything else I’ve said today. You have the right to do it. And, of course, I have the right to delete the comment if it goes too far.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/05/...
truman

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#157183 May 28, 2013
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Ah, but all budgets are passed by CONGRESS and the only thing any president can do is sign them into law.
Fact, Newt Gingrich rewrote Bill Clinton's budgets and BALANCED them and Bill Clintom signed them into law.
Bill Clinton also signed into law seven of the points of the Contract with America, to include Welfare Reform, into law and also signed the taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 into law.
But you, as a Libtard will only give Bill Clinton credit when it was Newt Gingrich who honchoed those bills through Congress!!!
In the through the looking glass world of a true Tea Bagger you retreat into Denial for any responsbiilty when it comes to the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the Economic Meltown we were left with after George W.
Yet the Surplus Clinton left us with you try and claim credit for Republicans...in spite of the sheer volume of useless verbiage you load onto this thread Rogue you have no credibilty because frankly your Mindless Partisanship has made you intellectualy dishonest.

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#157184 May 28, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Ah, but all budgets are passed by CONGRESS and the only thing any president can do is sign them into law.
Fact, Newt Gingrich rewrote Bill Clinton's budgets and BALANCED them and Bill Clintom signed them into law.
Bill Clinton also signed into law seven of the points of the Contract with America, to include Welfare Reform, into law and also signed the taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 into law.
But you, as a Libtard will only give Bill Clinton credit when it was Newt Gingrich who honchoed those bills through Congress!!!
truman wrote:
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In the through the looking glass world of a true Tea Bagger you retreat into Denial for any responsbiilty when it comes to the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the Economic Meltown we were left with after George W.
Yet the Surplus Clinton left us with you try and claim credit for Republicans...in spite of the sheer volume of useless verbiage you load onto this thread Rogue you have no credibilty because frankly your Mindless Partisanship has made you intellectualy dishonest.
And you can not even rebut one of my points. How sad a troll you are.
Oh, did not Obama say he would get us out of Afghanistan within ONE year? I would have just as soon as UBL was killed or captured! And I have never agree with Bush on rebuilding their economies or reforming their government. Muslims will never think like we do!
And as far as GITMO, all the detainees should be tried according to the Geneva Accords as Illegal Combatants and then executed!!! If we had, we would have closed GITMO six years ago.

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#157185 May 28, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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What rank was Ike in 1933 when FDR became president? He was a major and in 1936 was promoted to Ltc and was promoted to BG in 1941.
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Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Again, you post gibberish which has nothing to do with the subject.
My point being that Ike advanced from Captain to a four-star general without commanding a brigade (colonel) or division (two-star gen.) or a corps (three-star gen.) and he did this all under FDR!!!
Again, ALL generals are appointed by the PRESIDENT (FDR)!

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#157186 May 28, 2013
One of the smartest move Bush-41 did was making Gen. Colon Powell the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff which is nothing more than an advisory job. And he chose Gen. Schwarzkopf as his combat field commander. If Powell had been the field commander I seriously doubt the Persian Gulf War would have turned out as well as it did.

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#157187 May 28, 2013
The Gordian Knot is a legend of Phrygian Gordium associated with Alexander the Great. It is often used as a metaphor for an intractable problem (disentangling an "impossible" knot) solved easily by cheating or "thinking outside the box" ("cutting the Gordian knot"):

"Turn him to any cause of policy,
The Gordian Knot of it he will unloose,
Familiar as his garter" (Shakespeare, Henry V, Act 1 Scene 1. 45–47)

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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Ottawa

#157188 May 28, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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What rank was Ike in 1933 when FDR became president? He was a major and in 1936 was promoted to Ltc and was promoted to BG in 1941.
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My point being that Ike advanced from Captain to a four-star general without commanding a brigade (colonel) or division (two-star gen.) or a corps (three-star gen.) and he did this all under FDR!!!
Again, ALL generals are appointed by the PRESIDENT (FDR)!
Thereby proving that you need not go to war to exercise the duties of a 4-star general, as proven by Eisenhower. Good if you have, like McArthur, but not essential.

And, I repeat, your reply was not relevant. At all.

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