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Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165979 Jul 31, 2013
corr : "by far", not bar far and "globe" not glove.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#165980 Jul 31, 2013
Truth Detector wrote:
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My vote was never wasted Poopoo stain.
My vote was rendered worthless because of the fraud committed by the usurper Obama!
Mike Lee:‘What we have is an elected president who thinks he’s a king’
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/07/30/mike-lee-wh...
Correction, we have a fraudulently elected usurper who believes that he is a king because no one in Congress has the balls to call the fraud out for his crimes, but I think this is what Rep Lee really meant.
At least we have a start now, and how long before Congress starts to realize the truth?

ObamaCare may force the Congress to ask the questions that they should have asked all along, WHY is Obama acting like a queen?
ObamaCare is an illegal law created by the Administration of a usurper who had no right to sign any legislation into law, much less an illegally created one, huh Poopoo stain?
Another Nazi far-right-wing source, dailycaller.com . Need I say more?

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The Daily Caller is a news and opinion website based in Washington, D.C., United States. Founded by libertarian conservative political pundit Tucker Carlson and Neil Patel, former adviser to former Vice President Dick Cheney, The Daily Caller launched on January 11, 2010. In late 2012, it was reported that the site had quadrupled its page view and total audience and had become profitable without ever buying an advertisement for itself.[1]

Yes, "former adviser to former Vice President Dick Cheney". Oh boy!

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#165981 Jul 31, 2013
It looks like even Kaliphonia will get into the fracking business. Why?$$$$$! We have been doing fracking for about 75 years now and when you combine the newer angel drilling, it means more oil and gas can be extracted which means $$$$! Even liberals understand money!

Dan Walters: California oil could boom again
By Dan Walters [email protected] : Monday, Jul. 8, 201

When the Legislature's 2013 session began, one of its hottest topics – as indicated by the number of bills – was hydraulic fracturing, a technique to extract oil from shale thousands of feet below the earth's surface with high-pressure injection of water and chemicals.

"Fracking," as it's popularly termed, has ignited an oil boom in other states and California is believed to have the nation's largest shale oil deposits in the Monterey Shale Formation, a 1,750-square-mile chunk of the state, mostly in the lower San Joaquin Valley.
That region was the site of a major oil boom in the early 20th century and continues to produce. California, in fact, is still the nation's third-largest oil producer and the U.S. Energy Department estimates that Monterey shale could contain 15-plus billion barrels of oil, two-thirds of the nation's shale oil reserves.

Simply put, California could see another oil boom of monumental proportions – but that would depend on fracking and other "well stimulation" techniques.

California's shale oil is so different from that in other states that fracking may not be sufficient to recover

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/07/08/5550761/dan-...

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#165982 Jul 31, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Another Nazi far-right-wing source, dailycaller.com . Need I say more?
The Daily Caller
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
The Daily Caller
Type
Online news site
Format
Website
Editor-in-chief
Tucker Carlson
Founded
2010
Headquarters
Washington, D.C.
Official website
dailycaller.com
The Daily Caller is a news and opinion website based in Washington, D.C., United States. Founded by libertarian conservative political pundit Tucker Carlson and Neil Patel, former adviser to former Vice President Dick Cheney, The Daily Caller launched on January 11, 2010. In late 2012, it was reported that the site had quadrupled its page view and total audience and had become profitable without ever buying an advertisement for itself.[1]
Yes, "former adviser to former Vice President Dick Cheney". Oh boy!
The only problem is that the Dailycaller was formed by a Libertarian and not a Nazi-Socialist.
Libertarians are for ultra-small governments while Nazi-Socialists are for very large controlling governments.
Liberals like to beat people up whom they disagree with and that is Fascism (Nazism)! And the more Liberal (Progressive) you are, they more you like to beat people up.
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#165983 Jul 31, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
It looks like even Kaliphonia will get into the fracking business. Why?$$$$$! We have been doing fracking for about 75 years now and when you combine the newer angel drilling, it means more oil and gas can be extracted which means $$$$! Even liberals understand money!

Dan Walters: California oil could boom again
By Dan Walters [email protected] : Monday, Jul. 8, 201

When the Legislature's 2013 session began, one of its hottest topics – as indicated by the number of bills – was hydraulic fracturing, a technique to extract oil from shale thousands of feet below the earth's surface with high-pressure injection of water and chemicals.

"Fracking," as it's popularly termed, has ignited an oil boom in other states and California is believed to have the nation's largest shale oil deposits in the Monterey Shale Formation, a 1,750-square-mile chunk of the state, mostly in the lower San Joaquin Valley.
That region was the site of a major oil boom in the early 20th century and continues to produce. California, in fact, is still the nation's third-largest oil producer and the U.S. Energy Department estimates that Monterey shale could contain 15-plus billion barrels of oil, two-thirds of the nation's shale oil reserves.

Simply put, California could see another oil boom of monumental proportions – but that would depend on fracking and other "well stimulation" techniques.

California's shale oil is so different from that in other states that fracking may not be sufficient to recover

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/07/08/5550761/dan-...
A good friend of mine forwarded me a piece of spam that he thought was funny. It started out with "United States of Amerika". I returned it to him with a two word response. "AmeriKa? Really?" He quickly apologized and admitted that he found it offensive and unpatriotic and was embarrassed to have sent it

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#165984 Jul 31, 2013
wojar wrote:
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Mariion Barry? DC? Now where did that come from?
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Outside of the killings, DC has one of the lowest crime rates in the country. Marion Barry
Source: USA Today: Mar 24, 1989.
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Well dah, USA Today: Mar 24, 1989.
Huh? Marion Barry has nothing to do with the comment you replied to.
wojar wrote:
The comment concerned our friend from the desert in Arizona with the double wide, who "invented" the internet and who calls himself Barry, among other things.
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
You did not mention which Barry you were talking about!

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#165985 Jul 31, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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You're still jabbering wild west, Rogue. Not my culture. Not here.
Justice LRS wrote:
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Nice job of avoiding the point, Path!
Jacqueau still does not realize that Shitcago is not in the West!

Since: May 10

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#165986 Jul 31, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Percentage of each past president's cabinet who had worked in the private business sector prior to their appointment to the cabinet.
You know what the private business sector is; a real-life business, not a government job. Here are the percentages.
T. Roosevelt.......... 38%
Taft.......... 40%
Wilson .......... 52%
Harding.......... 49%
Coolidge.......... 48%
Hoover.......... 42%
F. Roosevelt.......... 50%
Truman.......... 50%
Eisenhower.......... 57%
Kennedy.......... 30%
Johnson.......... 47%
Nixon.......... 53%
Ford.......... 42%
Carter.......... 32%
Reagan.......... 56%
GH Bush.......... 51%
Clinton .......... 39%
GW Bush.......... 55%
Obama.......... 8%
This helps to explain the incompetence of this administration. Only 8% of them have ever worked in private business!
Poppo wrote:
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Not really Rogue! What it does is explain the incompetence of the right wing lying machine.
“The post happened to include a chart, which initially indicated that less than 10 percent of Obama’s appointees had business experience. Forbes.com subsequently altered the graph to show that more than 20 percent of Obama’s Cabinet members have a private-sector background — but not before it had been gleefully reproduced, in it is original form, all over the right.
To the chagrin of Obama’s conservative opponents, even the adjusted figures are dubious. Excluding lawyers and consultants (as Cembalest did), three of the nine members of Obama’s Cabinet included in the study — fully 33 percent — do have private-sector experience. Energy Secretary Steven Chu worked at AT & T Bell Laboratories for nine years, ultimately as the head of their Quantum Electronics Research Department. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan, was a managing director at Prudential Mortgage Capital, where he directed the corporation’s $1.5 billion of investments in affordable housing loans. Finally, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar — on top of his work as Colorado attorney general and a U.S. senator — was a partner in his family’s farm for over thirty years. Salazar and his wife have also owned and operated a number of small businesses, including a Dairy Queen and several radio stations.
Another three of Obama’s appointees — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Agriculture Secretary Thomas Vilsack and Commerce Secretary Gary Locke — all spent part of their careers working as lawyers. And Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner worked as a consultant at Kissinger Associates, a firm that advises international companies on economic and political conditions abroad.
By this count, seven out of these nine Obama appointees (or 78 percent) do have private-sector experience. Gingrich was only off by about 70 percentage points”
http://www.salon.com/2009/12/07/obama_cabinet...
Politifact: We rate this claim false
http://www.politifact.com/florida/statements/...
Oh wow, so it is 20%. That is still the lowest in over a century!
Oh, I do not consider working for a "law firm" to be working in the private sector. Now, if as a lawyer they worked for, let's say, Ford Motor Company, State Fram Insuance Co. or DOW Chemical, that would be different. But working for a law firm who only makes money for individuals is not really working with companies that make things of provide real services.

Since: May 10

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#165987 Jul 31, 2013
Oh, my daughter is the officer manager for an OBGYN. The company is owned but one doctor who has one assistant doctor. He RUNS the business and she is just the EMPLOYEE.
Now he will probably retire and sell his practice and whether or not he will sell to his assistant doctor I do not know.
Oh, she is a black doctor and some of their patients do not want to be seen by her. My daughter and her have covered the subject with the new doctor and my daughter handles it the best she can.
But my daughter did keep her dog for a week while she went on vacation. Nice dog. Got along real well with my dogs.
I can walk three dogs at the same time but not four so my grandson had to walk his and the guest dog while I walked my two Chihuahuas.
Oh, the guest dog is a long haired Dachshund and my daughter has a German Spitz. They got along well for the week I was there.
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#165988 Jul 31, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Oh wow, so it is 20%. That is still the lowest in over a century!
Oh, I do not consider working for a "law firm" to be working in the private sector. Now, if as a lawyer they worked for, let's say, Ford Motor Company, State Fram Insuance Co. or DOW Chemical, that would be different. But working for a law firm who only makes money for individuals is not really working with companies that make things of provide real services.
I believe the number was 33 percent if you don't count law firms.

Law firms aren't private sector? OReaLY? I wonder if whoever compiled your bogus chart knew that. I'm betting that they included lawyers in Bush's lofty percentages.(But then facts would only cloud your rant)

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#165989 Jul 31, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
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I believe the number was 33 percent if you don't count law firms.
Law firms aren't private sector? OReaLY? I wonder if whoever compiled your bogus chart knew that. I'm betting that they included lawyers in Bush's lofty percentages.(But then facts would only cloud your rant)
Tell us, did Hillary ever run any law firm? Make a payroll? Hire and fire employees? Sorry, maybe technically she was IN the private sector but that was about it!
That is like claiming an Army Private was some sort of a military leader.
Like I said, my daughter is the office manager of an OBGYN clinic OWNED by one doctor who has one assistant doctor. He OWNS the practice, hires and fires, makes payroll, pays bills, etc. and he also pays the other doctor. Maybe in a few years she will buy out the practice but for now, she is just another employee.

Since: May 10

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#165990 Jul 31, 2013
Oh, for the past three years my grandson was in Junior High School, which was 50/50 White/Black, but the basket ball team was all black with the exception of my grandson. This last year they did have two white boys on the otherwise all back team.
This year he will be in High School and he has not decided if he should try out but if he doesn't, it will not because of the low number of white kids on the team.
And he did take a black girl to the JH dance in June. I raised my daughter to be racially neutral and she has raised her two kids the same way.

Since: May 10

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#165991 Jul 31, 2013
I am a little surprised that the Dems and Repubs are thinking about the same on this issue.
I do not think he is a traitor but he has committed crimes and should be punished ..... if we can get our hands on him.
He could have blown his whistle without releasing files and methods.

Snowden Is No Traitor: 55% to 34%
Posted on July 31, 2013

American voters say 55 – 34 percent that Edward Snowden is a whistle-blower, rather than a traitor, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released today.
In a massive shift in attitudes, voters say 45 – 40 percent of the government’s anti-terrorism efforts go too far in restricting civil liberties, a reversal from a January 14, 2010 survey, by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University when voters said 63 – 25 percent that such activities didn’t go far enough to adequately protect the country.
Almost every party, gender, income, education, age and income group regards Snowden as a whistle-blower rather than a traitor. The lone exception is black voters, with 43 percent calling him a traitor and 42 percent calling him a whistle-blower.
There is a gender gap on counter-terrorism efforts as men say 54 – 34 percent they have gone too far and women say 47 – 36 percent they have not gone far enough. There is little difference among Democrats and Republicans who are about evenly divided. Independent voters say 49 – 36 percent that counter-terrorism measures have gone too far.
Some of the largest growth in those concerned about the threat to civil liberties is among men and Republicans, groups historically more likely to be supportive of governmental anti-terrorism efforts.
“The massive swing in public opinion about civil liberties and governmental anti-terrorism efforts, and the public view that Edward Snowden is more whistle-blower than traitor are the public reaction and apparent shock at the extent to which the government has gone in trying to prevent future terrorist incidents,” said Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
“The fact that there is little difference now along party lines about the overall anti- terrorism effort and civil liberties, and about Snowden, is in itself unusual in a country sharply divided along political lines about almost everything. Moreover, the verdict that Snowden is not a traitor goes against almost the unified view of the nation’s political establishment.”
When Quinnipiac University asked voters in January, 2010, whether they thought the government had gone too far restricting civil liberties or not gone far enough to protect the country, not more than 35 percent of any demographic group thought it had gone too far. Then, Republicans said not far enough 72 – 17 percent; today GOP voters say not far enough 46 – 41 percent. Democrats went from not far enough 57 – 29 percent to too far 43 – 42 percent. Men went from 61 – 28 percent not far enough to 54 – 34 percent too far. Women went from 64 – 22 not far enough to 47 – 36 percent not far enough.
“The change in public attitudes has been extraordinary, almost across the board and obviously not just related to the revelation of the phone-scanning program, given all that has transpired since 2010,” said Brown.“Yet it would be naive to see these numbers as anything but evidence of a rethinking by the public about the tradeoffs between security and freedom.”

Read more: http://teapartyeconomist.com/2013/07/31/snowd...
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#165992 Jul 31, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Tell us, did Hillary ever run any law firm? Make a payroll? Hire and fire employees? Sorry, maybe technically she was IN the private sector but that was about it!
That is like claiming an Army Private was some sort of a military leader.
Like I said, my daughter is the office manager of an OBGYN clinic OWNED by one doctor who has one assistant doctor. He OWNS the practice, hires and fires, makes payroll, pays bills, etc. and he also pays the other doctor. Maybe in a few years she will buy out the practice but for now, she is just another employee.
Tell us. Did Bush's numbers from your bogus chart include any attorneys that "just worked for a law firm"?
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#165993 Jul 31, 2013
By the way Rouge. Hillary was a partner in a law firm (i.e. one of the owners). Or does it only count if she was sole proprietor?

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#165994 Jul 31, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Another Nazi far-right-wing source, dailycaller.com . Need I say more?
The Daily Caller
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Jump to: navigation, search
The Daily Caller
Type
Online news site
Format
Website
Editor-in-chief
Tucker Carlson
Founded
2010
Headquarters
Washington, D.C.
Official website
dailycaller.com
The Daily Caller is a news and opinion website based in Washington, D.C., United States. Founded by libertarian conservative political pundit Tucker Carlson and Neil Patel, former adviser to former Vice President Dick Cheney, The Daily Caller launched on January 11, 2010. In late 2012, it was reported that the site had quadrupled its page view and total audience and had become profitable without ever buying an advertisement for itself.[1]
Yes, "former adviser to former Vice President Dick Cheney". Oh boy!
So you are upset that Tucker was a former adviser to Dick Cheney? You need to get over your hatred of Cheney!

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#165995 Jul 31, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
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I believe the number was 33 percent if you don't count law firms.
Law firms aren't private sector? OReaLY? I wonder if whoever compiled your bogus chart knew that. I'm betting that they included lawyers in Bush's lofty percentages.(But then facts would only cloud your rant)
You "believe" does not mean it is fact. Oh, Forbes compiled that so go complain to them!
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#165996 Jul 31, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>You "believe" does not mean it is fact. Oh, Forbes compiled that so go complain to them!
Why? You rely on it for your rant even though you know it is bogus. If rather laugh at you.

Since: May 10

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#165997 Jul 31, 2013
Sorry Libtards, Obama has the worst private sector to academic ratios in the past hundred odd years!!!

Obama's Business Blind Spot
Michael Cembalest 11/24/2009

...Many of these individuals started a company or ran one, with first-hand experience in hiring and firing, domestic and international competition, red tape, recessions, wars and technological change. Their industries included agribusiness, chemicals, finance, construction, communications, energy, insurance, mining, publishing, pharmaceuticals, railroads and steel; a cross-section of the American experience.[I even gave partial credit to attorneys focused on private-sector issues, although one could argue this is a completely different kettle of fish]. One thing is clear: The current administration, compared with past Democratic and Republican ones, marks a departure from the traditional reliance on a balance of public- and private-sector experiences.
It’s not a surprise that these days, private-sector engagement strikes some as pointless. The prevailing sentiment is best expressed by one of Secretary Geithner’s own deputies:“Why would we consult the very executives who got us into this mess?” and Congressman Barney Frank:“ The private sector got us into this mess. The government has to get us out of it.” To a large extent, this cynicism is a byproduct of the colossal mismanagement of many financial and automotive firms. The following chart shows the companies that lost more than their entire 2007 book value, both in absolute terms, and as a multiple of pre-crisis book value (b). This is one of the worst legacies of the crisis: a sense that the private sector is poorly managed, greedy and completely inept (c).
http://www.forbes.com/2009/11/24/michael-cemb...
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#165998 Jul 31, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>Why? You rely on it for your rant even though you know it is bogus. If rather laugh at you.
I'd rather.

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