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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

#167156 Aug 11, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
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Pitiful for a grown adult. Absolutely pitiful. I see your English still sux! Why do you support a liar? Is it because you're a liar as well and can identify with him? Or maybe the "fraud" aspect of Obumbler impresses you? Which is it, Path? Oh, what race did you say you were again? LMAO! Canary Yellow was name after you, wasn't it? LMAO!
You haplessly wrote : "I see your English still sux!" Ooookay. And I hope LTR reads and understands what follows: Grasteful you indicate my spelling , grammar, syntax and composition mistakes. I am always ready and willing to learn.

I love that colour (canary yellow)
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#167157 Aug 11, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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You haplessly wrote : "I see your English still sux!" Ooookay. And I hope LTR reads and understands what follows: Grasteful you indicate my spelling , grammar, syntax and composition mistakes. I am always ready and willing to learn.
I love that colour (canary yellow)
Why not answer the questions? Scared? Ashamed? Both? BTW, you wear the color well. It would take way too long to show you all your mistakes. There are errors in almost every one of your posts. Now, considering I don't find you to be worth the effort of pulling a hair-trigger, what do you think the odds are I'm going to check your posts, Path? LMAO!
El Chico

Jacksonville, FL

#167158 Aug 11, 2013
Therealnews com wrote:
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From where I sit, Obama, Bush, and Cheney are one and the same.
Reagan, Daddy Bush and Clinton are one and the same.
For the most part all presidents represent the wealthiest top 0.1% who own most of the prostitutes in Congress.
Who wrote the legislation for Bush/Cheney Senior Citizen Prescription Drug Bill?
Answer: Big Pharma/Big HMOs.
Who wrote the legislation for Obamacare?
Answer: Big Pharma/Big HMOs.
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Proof Bush policy caused foreclosure crisis in America /
A Home of Your Own
EXPANDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL AMERICANS
http://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/in...
Well we all know where you sit, with your thumb up yo azz.
El Chico

Jacksonville, FL

#167159 Aug 11, 2013
El Chico wrote:
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Again there you go with the MWD and you have never had proof that anyone LIED. If Bush lied, so did Bill and Hillary Clinton, Owl Gore, John F-up Kerry, Dirty Hairy Reed and San Fran Nan Pelosi to name a few Democrats!
Or that there was al Qaeda i Iraq. Oh, where ever you have Sunnis, you have al Qaeda!
Now when Saddamn was in power, if you dissented, he killed your whole family!
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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You wrote : "Again there you go with the MWD and you have never had proof that anyone LIED" Yes.
Hillary Clinton voted for it, NOT Bill, he had no vote. She and Kerry were led down the garden path with GWB's cronies' lies and fabrication. I do reproach her vote, she was too naïve for a senator. I am not American, I am not a senator, yet I knew it was a fabrication, a lie. As 160 other countries did, including Russia and Germany which you blatantly lied and made up, like GWB that they approved the Iraq invasion. I asked you for proof of that, and you bushing caught-lying schoolboy blushed and dared me to prove they did not support it. Read the trial with the bloated colonel judge. Think it's ludicrous, made-up, impossible? No, it's YOU as the judge wants to know, not what Yossarian said to his "co-conspirator", but what he did NOT say to him. You must've inspired Heller.
And where did I say Bill Clinton voted for it? All I said was that he agreed that Saddamn Hussein had WMDs.

And AGAIN, you have shown no proof that anyone in Bush's administration lied about Saddamn's WMD programs. NONE!!! Now either put up or shut up!
El Chico

Jacksonville, FL

#167160 Aug 11, 2013
To you Libtards who do know know who things work, you always have two sides of every coin. No everyone on Bush's, or Bill Clinton's, administration agreed that Saddamn had an active WMD program. But the preponderance of the evidence said they did!!!
Colon Powell had no evidence that that the CIA and DIA were wrong!
El Chico

Jacksonville, FL

#167161 Aug 11, 2013
Any politician who surrounds himself with yes-men is a fool. In every Intel briefing that the presidents get, they get an assessment. This includes evidence that says something as well as evidence that says the opposite.
Not everyone in the Intel briefs will concur on every issue. If they do concur on every issue, you need to get some fresh blood in your briefings.
IMHO, Obama has way to many yes-men surrounding him telling him his is not naked!
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#167162 Aug 11, 2013
El Chico wrote:
Any politician who surrounds himself with yes-men is a fool. In every Intel briefing that the presidents get, they get an assessment. This includes evidence that says something as well as evidence that says the opposite.
Not everyone in the Intel briefs will concur on every issue. If they do concur on every issue, you need to get some fresh blood in your briefings.
IMHO, Obama has way to many yes-men surrounding him telling him his is not naked!
Dang Chico, Your last sentence is sure to give Path a woody!
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167163 Aug 11, 2013
El Chico wrote:
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Well we all know where you sit, with your thumb up yo azz.
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167165 Aug 11, 2013
El Chico wrote:
Any politician who surrounds himself with yes-men is a fool. In every Intel briefing that the presidents get, they get an assessment. This includes evidence that says something as well as evidence that says the opposite.
Not everyone in the Intel briefs will concur on every issue. If they do concur on every issue, you need to get some fresh blood in your briefings.
IMHO, Obama has way to many yes-men surrounding him telling him his is not naked!
http://tinyurl.com/mlbv775
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167166 Aug 11, 2013
El Chico wrote:
To you Libtards who do know know who things work, you always have two sides of every coin. No everyone on Bush's, or Bill Clinton's, administration agreed that Saddamn had an active WMD program. But the preponderance of the evidence said they did!!!
Colon Powell had no evidence that that the CIA and DIA were wrong!
Powell had his own State Department and Energy Department strongly disagreeing with President Cheney, Vice President Rummy and the Dummy Bush.

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In New Book, Chilean Ambassador to the UN Details Bush Admin’s Pre-War Efforts to Coerce Allies into Supporting Iraq Invasion
http://tinyurl.com/2ro84u / March 27, 2008
Heraldo Munoz, the Chilean Ambassador to the United Nations, has revealed new details of how the United States bullied and threatened other countries to support the Iraq war. Munoz has written an account of the period, A Solitary War: A Diplomat’s Chronicle of the Iraq War and Its Lessons.
http://www.democracynow.org/2008/3/27/in_new_...
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167168 Aug 11, 2013
El Chico wrote:
Therealnews com wrote:
Bush Fuzzy Math Cartoon Video
http://www.thebots.net/
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But, but, but Bush did all those things and Obama was just continuing his policies.
Truth be told Bush and Cheney lied about a war and lied about all the warnings 9 months before September 11, 2001.

Obama is bad, very bad, BUT NOT AS BAD AS Bush/Cheney.

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CIA Probe Finds Secret Pentagon Group Manipulated Intelligence on Iraqi Threat / July 25, 2003 / http://tinyurl.com/kuel6pk
half-dozen former CIA agents investigating prewar intelligence have found that a secret Pentagon committee, set up by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld in October 2001, manipulated reams of intelligence information prepared by the spy agency on the so-called Iraqi threat and then delivered it to top White House officials who used it to win support for a war in Iraq.

The former CIA agents were asked to examine prewar intelligence last year by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and CIA Director George Tenet. The former agents will present a final report on their findings to the Pentagon, the CIA and possibly the Senate and/or Congress later this year.

More than a dozen calls to the White House, the CIA, the National Security Council and the Pentagon for comment were not returned.

The ad-hoc committee, called the Office of Special Plans, headed by Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz, Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith and other Pentagon hawks, described the worst-case scenarios in terms of Iraq's alleged stockpile of chemical and biological weapons and claimed the country was close to acquiring nuclear weapons, according to four of the CIA agents, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the information is still classified, who conducted a preliminary view of the intelligence. http://www.antiwar.com/orig/leopold11.html
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167170 Aug 11, 2013
Colin Powell Saying He Was Misled Before UN Speech on WMDs
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“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Quezon City, Philippines

#167171 Aug 11, 2013
Poppo wrote:
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I don’t differ with that as it is also a fact.
It is also a fact that whether there is a deity or whether he, she, or it, is a big fuzzy stuffed animal who constantly says "I love you, you love me ..." depends not upon anyone's opinion.
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167172 Aug 11, 2013
Larry Bartels, and how Republican Presidents drive income inequality .
April 27, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/nxb4vbo
The past three decades have seen a momentous shift: The rich became vastly richer while working-class wages stagnated. Economists say 80 percent of net income gains since 1980 went to people in the top 1 percent of the income distribution, boosting their share of total income to levels unseen since before the Great Depression.

Despite the historic magnitude of this shift, inequality has thus far had little traction as a political issue. Many Americans seem to accept the conservative view that escalating inequality reflects “free market” forces immune to amelioration through public policy. As Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson put it, perhaps a bit defensively, the growing income gap “is simply an economic reality, and it is neither fair nor useful to blame any political party.” Paulson’s assertion, however, is strongly contradicted by the historical record.

While technology, demographic trends and globalization are clearly important, purely economic accounts ignore what may be the most important influence on changing U.S. income distribution — the contrasting policy choices of Republican and Democratic presidents.
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/27/magazine/27...

American political economics in one picture
Look at the figure below, and then look at it again, and again, and again. It is the most telling picture about the U.S. political economy I have ever seen.
March 31, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/28u84b
http://rodrik.typepad.com/dani_rodriks_weblog...

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Quezon City, Philippines

#167173 Aug 11, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Maybe but I cringe every time I see that huge and out-of-shape man, Carlos Ortiz, almost unable to walk much less run as a part-time DH at $7 million a year for being an incomplete ballplayer. It's like having a DS (designated swimmer) at the Olympics. You dive and he/she takes over the actual swimming.
I recall when Mickey Mantle could hardly walk but he still played at first base in his last few years. The DH rule is a gimmick that should be eliminated. Also, a pitcher who is also a good hitter whould have an advantage over his counterpart who cannot hit the ball. I'll never forget seeing pitcher Earl Wilson hit two homers and a double in a game at Boston. He was in the starting rotation but was so good with the bat that he was sometimes used as a pinch hitter.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#167176 Aug 11, 2013
El Chico wrote:
It was Placide Cappeau who wrote the poem 'Cantique de Noel', who later became an atheist/socialist to which Adolphe Adams only wrote the music.
True, he wrote the "Libretto" or poem, but it was left to Adam to put the words and music together. A bit like Alexandre Dumas fils who wrote the Libretto "la Dame aux Camélias" which Verdi used as inspiration to write La Traviata.

BTW, Adam was an atheist who, it is reported but not confirmed, was not 100 non-believer - which may account for his ©atholic burial. But the "loving" Catholic Church, what with its long memory for certain things, did not forgive him for over 100 yeas, banning his beautiful cantique from its churches.
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#167177 Aug 11, 2013
Therealnews com wrote:
Larry Bartels, and how Republican Presidents drive income inequality .
April 27, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/nxb4vbo
The past three decades have seen a momentous shift: The rich became vastly richer while working-class wages stagnated. Economists say 80 percent of net income gains since 1980 went to people in the top 1 percent of the income distribution, boosting their share of total income to levels unseen since before the Great Depression.
Despite the historic magnitude of this shift, inequality has thus far had little traction as a political issue. Many Americans seem to accept the conservative view that escalating inequality reflects “free market” forces immune to amelioration through public policy. As Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson put it, perhaps a bit defensively, the growing income gap “is simply an economic reality, and it is neither fair nor useful to blame any political party.” Paulson’s assertion, however, is strongly contradicted by the historical record.
While technology, demographic trends and globalization are clearly important, purely economic accounts ignore what may be the most important influence on changing U.S. income distribution — the contrasting policy choices of Republican and Democratic presidents.
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/27/magazine/27...
American political economics in one picture
Look at the figure below, and then look at it again, and again, and again. It is the most telling picture about the U.S. political economy I have ever seen.
March 31, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/28u84b
http://rodrik.typepad.com/dani_rodriks_weblog...
Tissue? Some people know how to make money, others, not so much. Those that are bytchin' and whining belong to the "not so much" group! Not to mention the obvious difference of learning capabilities of the different races.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Quezon City, Philippines

#167178 Aug 11, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
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Twist and squirm, Twinkerbell. I know you're lying. LMAO! Silly lil boy! Actually, you're the one crawling, trying to find a way out. Got caught in your own web, huh? LMAO!!! Twinkerbell is lying through his green tooth.
Huh? I don't need to find a way out of your delusions, sonny.

Now where are all those posts in other threads on Topix I allegedly made from the US in the past few weeks (i.e., after July 16)?

Romper must be smoking some good sh-t.
wojar wrote:
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Funny how birfoons don't quite get the concept of time.
Now why should a post(s) I made more than a month ago show I was in Phils when I didn't get to Cebu until July 18?
UR so stupid it makes the skin crawl.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#167179 Aug 11, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
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Why not answer the questions? Scared? Ashamed? Both? BTW, you wear the color well. It would take way too long to show you all your mistakes. There are errors in almost every one of your posts. Now, considering I don't find you to be worth the effort of pulling a hair-trigger, what do you think the odds are I'm going to check your posts, Path? LMAO!
You idiotically wrote : "It would take way too long to show you all your mistakes" . What a cop-out.

Odds you'd check my posts? But you did, found nothing. I did make a typo in my last one and a misplaced word that I forgot to delete. I've asked you this question before, and am still waiting for a reply. Why is my second language so superior to what is supposedly your first and ONLY language? Cop-out.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#167180 Aug 11, 2013
El Chico wrote:
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Well we all know where you sit, with your thumb up yo azz.
Another bright and intelligent birther reply. Rogue, when you have nothing, just say...nothing. It's better to look stupid than to confirm it to one and all.

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