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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

#167517 Aug 14, 2013
Interesting, from Wikipedia :

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Topix.net

Founded
Palo Alto, California (2002)

Headquarters
Palo Alto, California, USA

Website
www.topix.com

Topix.net is a discussion board website. Topix LLC, the controlling company, has its headquarters in Palo Alto, California.[1]

Topix began as a news aggregator which categorizes news stories by topic and geography. It was created by Bryn Dole, Rich Skrenta, Bob Truel, Tom Markson, Mike Markson and Chris Tolles, many of whom founded the Open Directory Project. In March 2005, the Knight Ridder (later taken over by The McClatchy Company), Tribune Company and Gannett media companies purchased a 75% share of the company.[2] On April 1, 2007, it acquired the topix.com domain name and invited volunteers to edit the topics of their choice, on top of over 100 journalists and editors from various newspapers already signed up. Some time in 2012 they took that volunteer edit option away without any communication to the thousands of volunteers.[3]

Topix went on to create a community news editing platform, and popular forum system, allowing users to comment on news articles and the goings on of local communities.[4] Topix also created forums, organized by locality as well as by subject matter, which allow visitors to post comments whether or not they are relevant to a particular news story.

The founders of Topix initially wanted it to be a news aggregator, with specific pages for every community in the United States. As Topix matured, most of its growth occurred in small cities and towns in the United States. The people who commented in the Topix forums wanted to focus the discussions on more traditional small community gossip.[5]

2...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#167518 Aug 14, 2013
2.

2

User base[edit source]

Topix's main user base consists of posters from small cities and towns in the United States, particularly those with several thousand or hundred residents. Few people from major American cities use Topix. Topix has a large following in Appalachia, rural areas in the Southern United States, and the Ozarks. Discussions that traditionally took place in person in rural areas began to be posted on Topix. Chris Tolles, the chief executive of Topix LLC, said that Topix is very popular in "the feud states."[6]

Controversy[edit source]

Many posters, using anonymous accounts, posted negative gossip about people within small American towns. A. G. Sulzberger of The New York Times said that "The same Web sites created as places for candid talk about local news and politics are also hubs of unsubstantiated gossip, stirring widespread resentment in communities where ties run deep, memories run long and anonymity is something of a novel concept."[6] He added that "Whereas online negativity seems to dissipate naturally in a large city, it often grates like steel wool in a small town where insults are not easily forgotten."[6] Various local governments censured the Topix forums. Many lawsuits resulted from content posted on Topix.[6] When Topix began removing all negative posts, people stopped posting on Topix, so the company stopped removing all negative posts.[5]

On February 3, 2009, Mark and Rhonda Lesher filed a lawsuit against anonymous posters on Topix.com . According to the Leshers' petition, over 1,700 defamatory statements were made about them by anonymous posters, resulting in 2,568 allegations of defamation and libel. Although Topix was not a party to the lawsuit, it was forced to reveal the IP addresses of the posters and the dangers of unmoderated anonymous posting on Topix were brought to light for the first time in the public eye.[citation needed]

Initially Topix charged money to people who requested that Topix take expedited removal of negative posts. After thirty states' attorneys generals protested, Topix stopped charging. Jack Conway, the Kentucky Attorney General, said the charging scheme "smacked of having to pay a fee to get your good name back."[5]

END

So, Topix is also owned by Gannett, not the most liberal of news organisations but respectable nonetheless.

Also of interest is : "Topix has a large following in Appalachia, rural areas in the Southern United States, and the Ozarks". No comment.

Last Wiki paragraph pretty much confirms what I suspected, to wit, that one can have posts deleted, namely, others' and one's own posts. This explains the disappearance of so many embarrassing Nov 06 2012 pre-election posts by slug LRS. The poor birther had them removed himself, probably using one of his numerous monikers.
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167519 Aug 14, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
I wouldn’t exactly call those guys your average run of the mill town hallers even though Tavis Smiley and Cornell West’s criticisms of the president has ventured into the petty. Nader, West and Smiley have never been supporters of Obama and had advanced the notion of a not so serious primary challenge supposedly to raise the level of discourse.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/ralph-...
While all may talk a good game none could ever get elected president until the citizenry becomes fully aware that we all are in fact being gamed by both political Party’s.
Of course when a sizable portion of this country fails to grasp the meaning of the word “Certified” how can they be expected to comprehend much of anything else?
Note how Shep Smith focuses on the Uncle Tom and nothing else Nader had to say.(Shep in no way bullied him though) LOL….. And some of Nader’s concerns are being addressed during this term which would have been out of the question under Romney rule.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ibsP6XN2dIoXX
I have intentionally chosen all left of center intellectuals in contrast to all the right of center in Obama's cabinet.

The lines in America are so blurred and distorted that most Americans on the right think Obama is a liberal including most on the left, unfortunately.

I strongly disagree Tavis and West are petty with their critique of Obama.

Nader's words on the night of Obama's election win was prophetic and had vision, and was not second guessing Monday Night Football Quarterbacking, after the fact.

I am in agreement with you that our masses are bamboozled and are gamed.

You hit the nail on the head with Shep Smith. He did what corporate mainstream/rightwing media always does, focus on the Uncle Sam / Uncle Tom and not on what Congress and Wall Street is doing to average Americans.

BTW: General Norman Schwarzkopf said Joe Galloway was his favorite journalist.

Commentary: Propaganda and the media
May 15, 2008 / By Joseph L. Galloway | http://tinyurl.com/kld4ygt
Once upon a time, it was widely believed that one of the greatest sins the U.S. government or its temporary political masters could commit was to turn a propaganda machine loose on the American people.
Congress viewed this so seriously that every appropriations bill passed since 1951 has contained language that says no public money “shall be used for publicity or propaganda purposes within the United States” without the lawmakers' prior approval.
The Bush administration has been caught violating the propaganda ban before, notably in 2005 in the case of radio host Armstrong Williams, who was paid to endorse President Bush’s No Child Left Behind law.
http://www.mcclatchydc.com/galloway/story/372...
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167520 Aug 14, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry Rougie, if the cops were ask you to write a statement after you were already dead they would be sorry out of luck.
If they would then ask your daughter to write the statement, it will be hearsay.
They might call it the Book of Rogue but it would not be Rogue who wrote it.
Capisce?
<quoted text>
To wojar, Jacques, Poppo, Scrutiny and all other agnostic/atheists.

Something to ponder, hypothetically if 4 people witnessed the same car accident and the gist was all the same but with little differences, would that make all 4 people wrong?

The same principle can be applied to the Scriptures.

Everyone sees and remembers things a little differently.


========

WHO REALLY WROTE THE GOSPELS?

http://www.ewtn.com/library/ANSWERS/REALWROT....

Bible

http://www.bible.org/

The Jewish Take on Body, Soul and Resurrection

http://www.chabad.org/multimedia/media_cdo/ai...

The Eucharist as The Lamb's Supper from a talk by Scott Hahn

http://www.ewtn.com/faith/teachings/euchc3.ht...

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#167521 Aug 14, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
You guys are lucky. I never got that far.
Neither did any of my mother’s brothers, but their IQ’s were through the roof. My mother’s oldest brother had a personal library you had to see to believe. Much of which his super fine “in her day” wife (who probably never read a book in her life) quickly sold and gave away after his demise. She was as nice a person as her looks, but she could give a shit less about a library full of books. She now has a library of trinkets…… LOL
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167522 Aug 14, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
It's been known for quite some time that most of the gospels were not written by their namesakes but many decades later. Get your head out of the sand.
<quoted text>
That is an Ostrich myth.

I already said that different people wrote the Bible.
Therealnews com

Oakdale, NY

#167523 Aug 14, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
No one does and therein lie the mystery and the myth. Aesop's fables are as well-written and certainly as real. There were (are) dozens of Gospels. One may ask why the well-known four were chosen and why John's does not always resemble the other three.
Oral tradition was the main impetus from Jesus on. Oral tradition, in OUR wired society, gets all crooked and messed up after a couple of years. Imagine what orally transpired before someone started writing the Scriptures!
I agree and even the written word, TV, Radio, etc. etc. etc. in 2013 gets it wrong.

Years ago the world was flat and accepted as fact.

lol

==========

The only thing new in the world is the history you don’t know.
Harry S. Truman
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#167524 Aug 14, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
Illiterate.
He called you illiterate too?
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#167525 Aug 14, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Unlike you and your demented and ultra conservative right-wing fanatics, I accept court rulings. Incidentally, I never pre-judged or post-judged the verdict and never wondered who was guilty or not guilty as, contrary to you and Rogue, I was not there when it happened. Case closed.
Really? I just stated what the jury said and now you're whining! LMAO! BTW, the case has been closed.
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#167526 Aug 14, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, what can one say except "President Obama was re-elected by a strong majority".
Now please tell us what you meant by your incessant chanting up to November 06, 2012 of "Can you hear us coming"? I know you've answered many a time and Topix deleted it every time, so send the answer to my REGISTERED box.
Well, there's that small problem of voter FRAUD, remember? Topix never deleted my answer. My guess is, you just didn't like what it said. Then again, you hate everything and everyone so, no harm no foul. Message should be there shortly! LMAO! Folks, we have a major ID 10T Error here. Psycho!
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#167527 Aug 14, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
2.
2
User base[edit source]
Topix's main user base consists of posters from small cities and towns in the United States, particularly those with several thousand or hundred residents. Few people from major American cities use Topix. Topix has a large following in Appalachia, rural areas in the Southern United States, and the Ozarks. Discussions that traditionally took place in person in rural areas began to be posted on Topix. Chris Tolles, the chief executive of Topix LLC, said that Topix is very popular in "the feud states."[6]
Controversy[edit source]
Many posters, using anonymous accounts, posted negative gossip about people within small American towns. A. G. Sulzberger of The New York Times said that "The same Web sites created as places for candid talk about local news and politics are also hubs of unsubstantiated gossip, stirring widespread resentment in communities where ties run deep, memories run long and anonymity is something of a novel concept."[6] He added that "Whereas online negativity seems to dissipate naturally in a large city, it often grates like steel wool in a small town where insults are not easily forgotten."[6] Various local governments censured the Topix forums. Many lawsuits resulted from content posted on Topix.[6] When Topix began removing all negative posts, people stopped posting on Topix, so the company stopped removing all negative posts.[5]
On February 3, 2009, Mark and Rhonda Lesher filed a lawsuit against anonymous posters on Topix.com . According to the Leshers' petition, over 1,700 defamatory statements were made about them by anonymous posters, resulting in 2,568 allegations of defamation and libel. Although Topix was not a party to the lawsuit, it was forced to reveal the IP addresses of the posters and the dangers of unmoderated anonymous posting on Topix were brought to light for the first time in the public eye.[citation needed]
Initially Topix charged money to people who requested that Topix take expedited removal of negative posts. After thirty states' attorneys generals protested, Topix stopped charging. Jack Conway, the Kentucky Attorney General, said the charging scheme "smacked of having to pay a fee to get your good name back."[5]
END
So, Topix is also owned by Gannett, not the most liberal of news organisations but respectable nonetheless.
Also of interest is : "Topix has a large following in Appalachia, rural areas in the Southern United States, and the Ozarks". No comment.
Last Wiki paragraph pretty much confirms what I suspected, to wit, that one can have posts deleted, namely, others' and one's own posts. This explains the disappearance of so many embarrassing Nov 06 2012 pre-election posts by slug LRS. The poor birther had them removed himself, probably using one of his numerous monikers.
Someone tell me this fool didn't post all that crap to make that stupid non-point. Psycho!(it's becoming more and more obvious)
Learn to Read

United States

#167528 Aug 14, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>Someone tell me this fool didn't post all that crap to make that stupid non-point. Psycho!(it's becoming more and more obvious)
Very Rouge of him, isn't it?

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#167529 Aug 14, 2013
Hey What's Your Name,
Barack Obama's administration has broken the law.
Namely the 1st, 4th, and 14th Amendemnts of the United States Constitution.

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#167530 Aug 14, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>I have seen my birth certificate, I have not seen that of the resident of the White House.
Frank, if you went to the DoH to confirm your original was on file there was absolutely no need; because if they didn’t have your original you would have never received a copy.

If you have not been to the DoH for the express purpose of viewing the original document then you have not seen your original BC.

If you have in fact seen your original then good for you, but the resident in the White House can’t view it even if he wanted and neither can you his. Everyone’s certified copy is their only real proof of POB Frank which is why the birfoon is seen as an anomaly.

If Obama’s BC proves nothing then neither does yours or anyone else’s. Saying you haven’t seen Obama’s BC is tantamount to saying you’ve never seen yours.

Bill Maher proves positively it’s not about Obama’s BC.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#167531 Aug 14, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Again, Obama is not a Afro-anything. He is of mixed race. Can't accept it, can you?!?
And there you go again trying to figure out what I think. I would rather have Sarah Palin in the WH!
"And there you go again trying to figure out what I think. I would rather have Sarah Palin in the WH!", you incredibly wrote. Makes Putin look desirable.

Trying to figure out what you think? Easy. You posted a very unfavourable bio of Obama and his wife beside an extremely favourable one of Putin and his wife. That is pretty close to treachery.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#167532 Aug 14, 2013
Therealnews com wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree and even the written word, TV, Radio, etc. etc. etc. in 2013 gets it wrong.
Years ago the world was flat and accepted as fact.
lol
==========
The only thing new in the world is the history you don’t know.
Harry S. Truman
...and the history we don't want to know.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#167533 Aug 14, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, there's that small problem of voter FRAUD, remember? Topix never deleted my answer. My guess is, you just didn't like what it said. Then again, you hate everything and everyone so, no harm no foul. Message should be there shortly! LMAO! Folks, we have a major ID 10T Error here. Psycho!
Slug wrote : "Well, there's that small problem of voter FRAUD, remember?" Yes, who would forget those 6 MILLION fraudulent votes and not ONE SINGLE fraudulent republican vote?

You never answered the "can you hear us coming" chant, gold-medal lying champion. If so, repeat it now with post number. Then we'll see why I didn't like it. Are you even embarrassed? Waiting.

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#167534 Aug 14, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Again, Obama is not a Afro-anything. He is of mixed race. Can't accept it, can you?!?
And there you go again trying to figure out what I think. I would rather have Sarah Palin in the WH!
If an equal mix of African and American parentage does not make one African/American then what does Rogue? How could Obama have been a dual citizen otherwise?
Ellen1

Dedham, MA

#167535 Aug 14, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, there's that small problem of voter FRAUD, remember? Topix never deleted my answer. My guess is, you just didn't like what it said. Then again, you hate everything and everyone so, no harm no foul. Message should be there shortly! LMAO! Folks, we have a major ID 10T Error here. Psycho!
Obama won by nearly five million votes. If there had been significant voter fraud, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan (and Karl Rove) would have said so, as would the Republican governors and Republican secretaries of state of the swing states. Instead, they said "We lost."

http://www.redstate.com/2012/11/13/is-it-time...

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#167536 Aug 14, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Soooo, because she was educated means she can behave like a slut?
And you have proof that the nude picture is not her?
Sorry Rogue, but yes it has been debunked along with every other birfoon fable.

“We may never know who the mystery model is. But the Dunham family didn't move to Hawaii until the summer of 1960. Unless Ann Dunham had access to a time machine in the 1960s, it simply cannot be her.

Moreover, Joel Gilbert knows this. He found that opera glove photo; it was not circulating the web as an 'Ann' photo prior to his videos. He knows it came from Exotique, a magazine that ceased publication in 1959. From WND "Gilbert found that several of the photos in the collection appeared in a magazine called Exotique, published by pin-up photographer Leonard Burtman, who worked in New York City."

Thus he knows this picture was published two years before Ann first stepped foot in Hawaii, years before she could have met Frank Marshall Davis. And yet he explicitly claims, multiple times, that the photo was TAKEN at Christmastime 1960. This is not a lie of ignorance or mistake; it is a lie of pure, fully-informed malice”
http://barackryphal.blogspot.com/search...

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