BARACK OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE: Suit contesting Obama's citizen...

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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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Justice LRS

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Hey wojak, would you expect to see more or less genetic diversity in ancient man or modern man?

“Reduce immigration levels”

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Obama's Utopia......ENJOY!
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Justice LRS

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Issue? Since when did Romper care about issues?
You want to post one of your Birfoon fables I will be happy to laugh
Address? 666 Dumbass Drive? Or are you still in prison for molesting your cousin?
The point was simple. Why haven't you used the address? If you're afraid, just say so. No one will look down on you for it. Hell, no one can even find you WAY down there! pantywaste
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Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>The point was simple. Why haven't you used the address? If you're afraid, just say so. No one will look down on you for it. Hell, no one can even find you WAY down there! pantywaste
Sorry dumbass. You want to post your address? Have at it. I have no desire to visit Inbredville and other than the fact that you live with your 23 cousins in a swamp, have no idea or concern as to your location

You declared your intention to visit my fair city at some unnamed future date. You declared that it was essential for us to meet so I suggested to spots that should accommodate your meager budget and you responded by stomping your feet and hiding for a week. Needless to say I was not surprised
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<quoted text>Sorry dumbass. You want to post your address? Have at it. I have no desire to visit Inbredville and other than the fact that you live with your 23 cousins in a swamp, have no idea or concern as to your location

You declared your intention to visit my fair city at some unnamed future date. You declared that it was essential for us to meet so I suggested to spots that should accommodate your meager budget and you responded by stomping your feet and hiding for a week. Needless to say I was not surprised

Two spots. Stupid autocorrect
Justice LRS

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Sorry dumbass. You want to post your address? Have at it. I have no desire to visit Inbredville and other than the fact that you live with your 23 cousins in a swamp, have no idea or concern as to your location
You declared your intention to visit my fair city at some unnamed future date. You declared that it was essential for us to meet so I suggested to spots that should accommodate your meager budget and you responded by stomping your feet and hiding for a week. Needless to say I was not surprised
What a yellow-bellied, lying coward you are. You said "no" to an open field but you did invite me out for a drink. Are you a little limp on one side? Puss. You took the coward's exit. Sorry, no re-admittance! My meager budget? LMAO! Whatever you say burger flipper. Suffice it to say, you couldn't afford the ante, peon.
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Two spots. Stupid autocorrect
It's downright amazing what lies you will tell yourself! LMAO! I think you meant, two spots - stupid user. Yea that's it.
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Hey, where is the new flapper....scrotumpol? Strange how he just swooped in and then poof, gone! Must be that crazy schedule of a consultant. Funny, he didn't say what he consulted about, just that he was a consultant! LMAO!

Obumbler makes me laugh.
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Jun 19, 2013
 
Justice LRS wrote:
Hey wojak, would you expect to see more or less genetic diversity in ancient man or modern man?
Assuming a founder population of about 10,000 that underwent a population bottleneck of ~3000, I would expect monern humans to have less genetic diversity even among disparate races. On the other hand, lowland gorillas underwent no such bottleneck (yeah they swam through the great Noah flood - hee hee) so the genetic diversity of their modern populations would be expected to be greater than thier ancient population.
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Above "ancient" humans refers to pre-bottleneck populations.
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Jun 19, 2013
 
Yes, it's a birth certificate. Check out hundreds of others for "black" children (or mixed up offspring) and read the description from that era. It's not what his reads. His has the updated description because it was recently fabricated.
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wojar wrote:
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Assuming a founder population of about 10,000 that underwent a population bottleneck of ~3000, I would expect monern humans to have less genetic diversity even among disparate races. On the other hand, lowland gorillas underwent no such bottleneck (yeah they swam through the great Noah flood - hee hee) so the genetic diversity of their modern populations would be expected to be greater than thier ancient population.
So, are you saying that mankind underwent a population bottleneck in ancient times?
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<quoted text>What a yellow-bellied, lying coward you are. You said "no" to an open field but you did invite me out for a drink. Are you a little limp on one side? Puss. You took the coward's exit. Sorry, no re-admittance! My meager budget? LMAO! Whatever you say burger flipper. Suffice it to say, you couldn't afford the ante, peon.
Blather on puss boi. Blather on. I'm sure "we" are all slogging around the swamp slapping each other on the cheeks in celebration of "our" bravery.

Lying? Nope

Laughing? Absolutely
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Blather on puss boi. Blather on. I'm sure "we" are all slogging around the swamp slapping each other on the cheeks in celebration of "our" bravery.
Lying? Nope
Laughing? Absolutely
Well, now you're lying about telling a lie. Oh what webs we weave. Don't get lost. Actually, you've backed out twice now but who's counting, right? LMAO! sparky, you are dismissed.
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<quoted text>Well, now you're lying about telling a lie. Oh what webs we weave. Don't get lost. Actually, you've backed out twice now but who's counting, right? LMAO! sparky, you are dismissed.
Backed out? As usual I suspect that your fantasy confuses me with one or more other posters. I sense a pattern
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Backed out? As usual I suspect that your fantasy confuses me with one or more other posters. I sense a pattern
Pattern is an excellent word for it! You get called out and you back out. "Hey, let's go to the bar and I'll buy you a drink"! LMAO! Are you a drunk or what? Regardless, sparky is dismissed.

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You say you are Constitutionalist? You must also be very disappointed with all the prostitutes in Congress.
Most in Congress DO NOT BELIEVE in the US Constitution.
If they did, they would have impeached:
LBJ for lying about the Gulf of Tonkin.
Nixon for Watergate.
Reagan/Bush for Iran/Contra.
Bush/Cheney for WMD in Iraq.
On this matter... we agree 100%
Gulf of Tonkin is perhaps the most deplorable act the U.S. has ever engaged in.
Then again...we have had some doozies!
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<quoted text>Pattern is an excellent word for it! You get called out and you back out. "Hey, let's go to the bar and I'll buy you a drink"! LMAO! Are you a drunk or what? Regardless, sparky is dismissed.
Buy? Again demonstrating that you failed English.

Called out?

I never expressed an interest in Inbredville or your pathetic ass. You wanted to meet and then BACKED OUT faster than a frightened school girl when I called you on it.

You want to blather about how tough "we" are? Blather on. I laughed at you the first time and every time since.

Poor Puss Boi. Stomp your feet all you want (what ever happened to that "issue" you were blathering about?)

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Oh, I just remembered.
Obama for continuing the crimes of Bush/Cheney.
Spying on Americans.
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Verizon and AT&T Provided Cell Towers for McCain Ranch
Senator's Wife Did Not Receive Favors, Campaign Says
October 16, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/4ht5yt
Early in 2007, just as her husband launched his presidential bid, Cindy McCain sought to resolve an old problem -- the lack of cellphone coverage on her remote 15-acre ranch near Sedona, Ariz., nestled deep in a tree-lined canyon called Hidden Valley.
Over the past year, she offered land for a permanent cell tower, and Verizon Wireless embarked on an expensive public process to meet her needs, hiring contractors and seeking county land-use permits.
Verizon ultimately abandoned its effort to install a permanent tower in August. Company spokesman Jeffrey Nelson said the project would be "an inappropriate way" to build its network. "It doesn't make business sense for us to do that," he added.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...
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Spy Agency Sought U.S. Call Records Before 9/11, Lawyers Say
http://tinyurl.com/n882x
June 30 (Bloomberg)-- The U.S. National Security Agency asked AT&T Inc. to help it set up a domestic call monitoring site seven months before the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, lawyers claimed June 23 in court papers filed in New York federal court.
The allegation is part of a court filing adding AT&T, the nation's largest telephone company, as a defendant in a breach of privacy case filed earlier this month on behalf of Verizon Communications Inc. and BellSouth Corp. customers. The suit alleges that the three carriers, the NSA and President George W. Bush violated the Telecommunications Act of 1934 and the U.S. Constitution, and seeks money damages.
``The Bush Administration asserted this became necessary after 9/11,'' plaintiff's lawyer Carl Mayer said in a telephone interview.``This undermines that assertion.''
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news... #
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President Obama’s Christmas Gift to AT&T (and Comcast and Verizon)
http://tinyurl.com/2cne5wf / Dec 21, 2010
http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/president...
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VERIZON & AT&T SPY ON ALL THEIR CUSTOMERS
Telecom Whistleblower Discovers Circuit that Allows Access to All Systems on Wireless Carrier—Phone Calls, Text Messages, Emails and More / April 10, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/4u8nla
Babak Pasdar is a computer security expert who was hired in 2003 to help restructure the tech infrastructure at a major wireless telecommunications company. What he found shocked him. The company had set up a system that gave a third party, presumably a governmental entity, access to every communication coming through that company’s infrastructure. This means every email, internet use, document transmission, video, text message, as well as the ability to listen to and record any phone call.
http://www.democracynow.org/2008/4/10/telecom...
Would be nice to get the 4th and 5th amendments back.
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<quoted text>Would be nice to get the 4th and 5th amendments back.
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