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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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wojar

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No, he waived his right to a SYG hearing before the trial. It does not mean he can not use it during his defence phase of the trial.
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Why cannot birfoons understand that speculations about "stand-your-ground" have no bearing on the Zimmerman case? Zimmerman waived his right to invoke SYG. It's history.
He waived his right to a pretrial hearing. It does not mean he can not evoke SYG during the trial. In any event, he is claiming "self-defence".

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Sorry Xcaliber, but that just won’t fly. Bush put a couple of trillion tax cuts, two wars and a trillion dollar prescription drug program on the credit card which were all policy dictates. Just as Timothy McVeigh will always be responsible for the Oklahoma City bombing, Bush will always be responsible for the 2008 crash.
http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/janetdaley/...
So while you may personally believe “it’s Bush’s fault “is no longer in vogue the majority of the public still begs to differ. Obama may very well be responsible for a slow recovery but who would know?
The Republicans have blocked everything he’s proposed yet have done nothing on their own to create a single job; or anything else for that matter. Admittedly their main objective was to make Obama a one term president and since that failed I suppose plan B is to assume they won the election.
It would noteworthy enough that the 112th was the most unproductive congress in US history, but these bums were not just unproductive they were counterproductive. So please give us a break with your whining loser right wing bull shit and move on to the next new invented crisis.
And Obama has done everything that Bush has done, including keeping Bush's tax cuts, and remaining in Iraq and Afghanistan years after Bush left office. Remember the Democrat argument that there is a "Culture of corruption" within the Bush administration? Well, anyone who is willing to be honest will admit that the 'culture of corruption' within the Obama administration is 100 times worse.

Obviously, you're simply another Lib drone who is part of the problem.

It is your ilk that is destroying America.
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And Obama has done everything that Bush has done, including keeping Bush's tax cuts, and remaining in Iraq and Afghanistan years after Bush left office. Remember the Democrat argument that there is a "Culture of corruption" within the Bush administration? Well, anyone who is willing to be honest will admit that the 'culture of corruption' within the Obama administration is 100 times worse.
Obviously, you're simply another Lib drone who is part of the problem.
It is your ilk that is destroying America.
What the Obama administration did not do that the Bush administration did big time was the $200 billion in no-bid contracts that were contracted in each of the last two years of the Bush Administration and in lesser amounts in earlier years. There has not been a word about no-bid contracts, and the Republicans have the power to investigate in the House, and they have not even held hearings on the subject.
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English, jackass.
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Your despicable fallacy of not comprehending such words like disgusting, disgusted , "are", "is", proves you have a sicko-cell brain as well, in addition to your mouth, which means you are a sicko having a brain full of sicko virus cells in it.
You are the bad idiot, view your words below.
You the idiot as a sucker (which) is muddy in the head, as that is,(that) you cannot think straight and clearly.
You the mother sucker cannot distinguish words for being the disappointed, the disgusted as you feel you are disgusting (in your acts and saying.)

If you were at some place else, while you took wave, you would belong gone in no less than your combined sucking time.
Since I don't have time like those days, oriented to stay a here lot, I would say you might think you can get away with it by not feeling your soul will be tearing to pieces.

GO SUCK Y0UR ASS, SUCKER.

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What the Obama administration did not do that the Bush administration did big time was the $200 billion in no-bid contracts that were contracted in each of the last two years of the Bush Administration and in lesser amounts in earlier years. There has not been a word about no-bid contracts, and the Republicans have the power to investigate in the House, and they have not even held hearings on the subject.
And the Obama administration has not done any "no-bid" contracts?!? Why you have no idea what a "no-bid" contract is!
Hey Tootzie, You are a flaming hypocrite!

No-Bid Contracts Jump 9 Percent Under Obama
Bloomberg Government | Posted: 03/18/2013
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/18/no-b...

No-bid U.S. government contracts jump 9 percent, despite push for competition
By Danielle Ivory,

President Obama in 2009 told federal agencies that no-bid contracts were “wasteful’’ and “inefficient.’’ Four years later, his administration spent more money on non-competitive contracts than ever before.

Federal agencies awarded $115.2 billion in no-bid contracts in fiscal year 2012, an 8.9 increase from $105.8 billion from 2009, according to government data. The jump unfolded even as total contract spending decreased by about 5 percent. Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Raytheon were top recipients of sole-source contracts.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/econom...

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When Eisenhower was president, the far right wing conservatives said that he was a communist and a "traitor."
And I am sure you can prove that, Tootzie?
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Always an excuse, always! What a piece of work you are. Pfft.
The LAW is not an excuse, moron.
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I'm not assuming anything. Your article is out of date.
Sorry, but the SYG law has no bearing on this case. Zimmerman waived his right to a SYG hearing. SYG is moot.
Duh!
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English, jackass.
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You seem to be saying you know things all the time, yet you have not been able to prove one thing.

You go around like in circles, spinning your dizzy head to come up with over-addiction to unreal saying like a psycho in suspense as always.

Since I don't have time like those days, oriented to stay here lot, I would say you might think you can get away with it by not feeling your soul will be tearing to pieces.

And then I am not here to point out the troubles of you as you are such.
Don't you think it is time you realize what the wrongs with you are, you the the trouble-making psycho?

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Oh, when I was in the military several times I used SF-44s. They are called Purchase Orders and I could buy just about anything ...... but I would have to explain it once I did.
On one occasion I bought a dozen truck tires at a truck stop. We had twenty year old Army trucks with twenty year old tires and on a convoy I was popping (blowing-out) one tire per truck per hundred miles. So I stopped at a truck stop and bought a dozen "highway" tires.
They did not carry the heavy military off-road tires so I bought what they had and I put them on the front axles off a half dozen trucks. When we got to our destination I flew a Chinook to the Red Rive Army Depot and picked up two dozen more tires but when I got back I showed them to the battalion commander and they all had spider-cracks so he condemn them and we went down town and bought another twp dozen civilian tires.
A year later we turned in our 1960s 500-series trucks and got new 800-series trucks. Thank you Ronald Reagan!!!
Oh, we had a 1960 long-bed 500- series 5-ton truck which had a Mo-Gas Continental and one day the engine blew out. I mean pistons hanging out the bottom of the engine, blow out!

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Oh, another Jimmy Carter story. The TH-55 helicopter had the same basic Lycoming IO-360 engine that many civilian airplanes had but whereas the airplane engine had a TBO (Time Between Overhaul) of 2,000 hours the TH-55s TBO was only 1,200 hours.
No civilians have no choice but the comply with the FAA regs and had to overhaul their engine once they hit TBO but the military does not have to. Soooo, under Jimmy Carter, they chose to ignore the TBO and extend them to 1,800 hours. And about six months later they started to fail.
Like in BOOM fail. When a crankshaft fails, the pistons come out all over the place! We had a solo student have one blow out on the north side of Enterprise and he put it down on the 2-lane by-pass highway with power lines and trees all over the place. I was an instructor pilot and I could not have done any better!

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I was at Hanchey AAF running up a TH-55 when I saw another TH-55, on the down wind leg, turn towards the heliport while losing altitude. He then turned sharply and dropped below the tree line. I told my student to shut the aircraft down as I go out and ran down the hill.
There was a civilian IP with me as we jumped the barbed-wire fence and headed into the woods. After about 200 yards we came across this fire break and there was the TH-55 with it's tail broken off but otherwise it was upright and not on fire. The student pilot was sitting on a tree stump and had just finished his sixth cigarette!!!
That was a joke as I had no idea how many cigs he had smoked but he was huffing and puffing away. But any landing you can walk away from is a good landing.

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And I am sure you can prove that, Tootzie?
If I may, herewith a Wikipedia excerpot, in case my link does not work :

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Birch_Society&... ;

Eisenhower issue[edit]

Welch wrote in a widely circulated statement, The Politician, "Could Eisenhower really be simply a smart politician, entirely without principles and hungry for glory, who is only the tool of the Communists? The answer is yes." He went on. "With regard to ... Eisenhower, it is difficult to avoid raising the question of deliberate treason."[53]
The controversial paragraph was removed before final publication of The Politician.[54]
The sensationalism of Welch's charges against Eisenhower prompted several conservatives and Republicans, most prominently Goldwater and the intellectuals of William F. Buckley's circle, to renounce outright or quietly shun the group. Buckley, an early friend and admirer of Welch, regarded his accusations against Eisenhower as "paranoid and idiotic libels" and attempted unsuccessfully to purge Welch from the Birch Society.[55] From then on Buckley, who was editor of National Review, became the leading intellectual spokesman and organizer of the anti-Bircher conservatives.[56] In fact, Buckley's biographer John B. Judis wrote that "Buckley was beginning to worry that with the John Birch Society growing so rapidly, the right-wing upsurge in the country would take an ugly, even Fascist turn rather than leading toward the kind of conservatism National Review had promoted."[56]

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Tootzie? Pejorative and very very 1950s époque dépassée.

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Oh, when Jimmy Carter left, EVERY got better!
It was very appropriate that they name a submarine after Jimmy Carter as you seldom see submarines where as aircraft carriers are very visible.
Like the USS Ronald Reagan!!!

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Oh, who was the USS John C. Stennis named after? No, this is not a trick question as it was named after John C. Stennis, but who was he and why did they name a carrier after a DEMOCRAT Senator?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_John_C._Sten... (CVN-74)

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USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) & HMS Illustrious
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:USS_John_C.... (CVN-74)_%26_HMS_Illustrious_( R_06).jpg

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Oh, another Jimmy Carter story. The TH-55 helicopter had the same basic Lycoming IO-360 engine that many civilian airplanes had but whereas the airplane engine had a TBO (Time Between Overhaul) of 2,000 hours the TH-55s TBO was only 1,200 hours.
No civilians have no choice but the comply with the FAA regs and had to overhaul their engine once they hit TBO but the military does not have to. Soooo, under Jimmy Carter, they chose to ignore the TBO and extend them to 1,800 hours. And about six months later they started to fail.
Like in BOOM fail. When a crankshaft fails, the pistons come out all over the place! We had a solo student have one blow out on the north side of Enterprise and he put it down on the 2-lane by-pass highway with power lines and trees all over the place. I was an instructor pilot and I could not have done any better!
"helicopter crankshaft fails," Damn Jimmy Carter

The military had the crappiest engines in the history of mechanical apparatuses. Damn Jimmy Carter

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crappiest engines : Lycoming

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Oh, when Jimmy Carter left, EVERY got better!
It was very appropriate that they name a submarine after Jimmy Carter as you seldom see submarines where as aircraft carriers are very visible.
Like the USS Ronald Reagan!!!
What about the Abraham Lincoln (Abe must have spinned in his grave) carrier with the "Mission accomplished" sign?

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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, when Jimmy Carter left, EVERY got better!
It was very appropriate that they name a submarine after Jimmy Carter as you seldom see submarines where as aircraft carriers are very visible.
Like the USS Ronald Reagan!!!
I'm sure that submarine crews will thank you for demeaning their courageous undersea service.

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