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Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#170961 Sep 9, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>Next Romper will teach me a lesson with "Santa Claus is coming to town."
I see you still need a tissue. Ya missed some on your upper lip!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#170962 Sep 9, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, for starters, they wiped out 2/3 of the population, bringing to Hawaii their special "white" maladies, followed by the Bible.
<quoted text>
Yep, but he forgets that the Europeans got syphilis from the New World and the first out break was in northern Italy in 1494 (the year after Columbus returned) In the next 50 years 10% of all Europeans died of syphilis and about 25% of the aristocracy. Remember pot-marked Henry VIII.
After what Europeans did to the new world, the least they could garner for their dastardly and murderous colonization was syphilis. But tell us, in return, how many diseases the white man brought to the new world. Here in Upper and Lower Canada, the British occupier supplied the Indians with smallpox-infested blankets. That sure as hell did the trick. But syphilis brought back by Cristoforo Colombo and those that followed is the least of it. How the Spaniards, Portuguese, followed by the French and Brits killed, murdered, slaughtered millions. Retribution, syphilis? Small change compared to...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#170963 Sep 9, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
History of syphilis
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In late 2011 newly published evidence suggested that the Columbian hypothesis is the valid one.[4]
"Skeletal evidence that reputedly showed signs of syphilis in Europe and other parts of the Old World before Christopher Columbus made his voyage in 1492 does not hold up when subjected to standardized analyses for diagnosis and dating, according to an appraisal in the current Yearbook of Physical Anthropology. This is the first time that all 54 previously published cases have been evaluated systematically, and bolsters the case that syphilis came from the New World."
The first written records of an outbreak of syphilis in Europe occurred in 1494/1495 in Naples, Italy,
Pray tell who returned to Naples, Italy, from the New world between 1494/1495. Might be, and not contesting it, but I'm not aware. Please educate me and tell me who landed in Naples from the New World in those two years. Colombus was originally from Genoa BTW, northern Italy. Naples is in the Mezzogiorno (south).

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#170964 Sep 9, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
You opinion and like everyone that has an azz hole also has opinion. You don't think Iraq violation of 27 U.N. mandates had anything to do with the re-invasion of Iraq? How about our planes being shot at in the no-fly zones?
And of course you would rather have Saddamn Hussein still in control of Iraq, don't you!!!
If I may. The violation of 27 UN mandates had nothing to do with the invasion. If so, please invade Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Bahrain, Myanmar, North Korea, China, Russia, re-invade Iraq, etc. All countries with despots that make Saddam look like a benevolent senior citizen.

Not a question of preferring having Saddam in control. The question is : Is Iraq now better off post-Saddam? Are you going to go totally delusional and tell me that it is? If so, what're Al Qaeda, Hezbollah, Iranians, doing there? What happened to the Iran counterweight that was Iraq? Are Christians and women now better off? Except for Iraqi capitalist crooks and a crooked regime, who benefits from the oil boom? Are there fewer people killed post-Saddam? Start answering those questions and then tell us Iraq is better of post-Saddam. Would you be proud and grateful that a good duty-bounds son or daughter had died fighting in Iraq? Give us some examples.
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#170965 Sep 9, 2013
The world is better off without Saddam. How many is he credited with murdering? He was an evil scumbag. I'm sure you shed your tears for him. Give us some examples of your thoughts as each tear fell from your quivering lip ane be specific. Do it now! LMAO! Dew it, dooo it now! LMAO!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#170966 Sep 9, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
Mother Theresa wasn't that bad. But she was kind of promoting death and suffering. She wasn't what anyone would have called good. It is a shame that her name is given the reverence that it is.
She got so bad they attempted to exorcise her.
Actually, she was pretty good, in spite of her religious zeal and anti-abortion stance. These two are not reasons to dispel or forget the tremendous work she did on behalf of the desperate hundreds of thousands. One has to have seen the misery, the disease afflicting the poor boroughs of Calcutta, not to mention all of India. Someone, a naïve aid worker, told her that all she was doing was applying bandaids. She agreed, but said something to the effect that people were dying and could not wait for medium and long-term development plans. She added, in effect, that she would continue treating the sick and dying with "bandaids" and for her to please get cracking on her long-term solutions to solve world disease and poverty. With world poverty eradicated, she said she would then gladly put her bandaids away and retire to a convent.(from a conversation I read, I believe, in "Le Nouvel Observateur", but not sure. Was a long time ago, but she was so impressive, I could hardly forget.

What I liked about Mother Teresa was her avowed doubt in her faith. She professed it, questioned her commitment to her God to the day she died. She forever questioned why God allowed such glaring inequality in our world. She was much criticized for that stance by hypocritical Christians, yet, that was her biggest quality, to question her faith without ever losing it totally. She did live in abject poverty herself, let her actions do the talking . I don't give a hoot what her beliefs were, about her views on abortion or who were her donators, even the Mafia-type ones. Better funnel some of the greenbacks to her than to the Cayman Islands or Switzerland.
freemdan

Pittsburgh, PA

#170967 Sep 9, 2013
youtube.com/watch... ……………………How about that?
he a Kenyan African lol
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#170968 Sep 9, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
Mother Theresa wasn't that bad. But she was kind of promoting death and suffering. She wasn't what anyone would have called good. It is a shame that her name is given the reverence that it is.
She got so bad they attempted to exorcise her.
Another gum-flapping scumbag.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#170969 Sep 9, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Another gum-flapping scumbag.
If you don't agree with him, and you don't have to, why don't you have some kind of polite, civilized exchange, like we just did? Wha tkind of dumb aggressive reply is that? Or is that schoolyard bullying gene still active? Your knowledge is so sparse, you can't, unless you roam the trash sites like WND.50 , come up with something oh so slightly intelligent and plagiarize it?

Then, when it blows up in your face, you say it was BS, a joke, a sad puerile childish joke?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#170970 Sep 9, 2013
Most of us know of the comparable relationship between Lincoln and Kennedy;
but have you ever considered the comparisons between President Obama and Lincoln?

Parallels of Abraham Lincoln and Barack Hussein Obama:

1. Lincoln placed his hand on the Bible for his inauguration.
Obama used the very same Bible Lincoln used, for his inauguration.

2. Lincoln came from Illinois .
Obama comes from Illinois .

3. Lincoln served in the Illinois Legislature.
Obama served in the Illinois Legislature.

4. Lincoln had very little experience before becoming President.
Obama had very little experience before becoming President.

5. Lincoln rode the train from Philadelphia to Washington for his inauguration.
Obama rode the train from Philadelphia to Washington for his inauguration.

6. Lincoln was highly respected by some, but intensely disliked by others.
Obama is highly respected by some, but intensely disliked by others.

7. Abraham Lincoln was a tall, skinny lawyer.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.

8. Lincoln held to basic Conservative and Christian views.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.

9. Lincoln volunteered in the Illinois militia; once as a captain, twice as a private.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.

10. Lincoln firmly believed in able persons carrying their own weight.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.

11. Lincoln was undeniably, and without any doubt, born in the United States.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.

12. Lincoln was honest - so honest that he was called 'Honest Abe'.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.

13. Lincoln preserved the United States as a strong nation, respected by the world.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.

14. Lincoln showed his obvious respect for the flag, U. S. Constitution, and the military.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.

Amazing!!!! This is such a coincidence!!!!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#170971 Sep 9, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Over the past four weeks the stock market went down for three weeks and last week it went up marginally. What will this week do?
The labor force participation rate dropped 0.2% to 62.2 which is at it's lowest level since ..... Jimmy Carter!!! Way to go Old Floppy Ears!
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Bad news, Rogue. DJIA opens +60 points. Don't give up hope, there's always tomorrow.
Better yet, and even with this UP opening, don't despair, it could still go down by the end of the day.
Hummm, two points. You are right, just as soon as QE3 ends, the stock market will turn south .... big time.
Next, I noticed you did not comment on the Labor Participation rate which i not only at the lowest point in Obama's term in office, but also at the same level it was 35 years ago under his buddy, Jimmy "The Wight Peanut Man" Carter.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#170972 Sep 9, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, for starters, they wiped out 2/3 of the population, bringing to Hawaii their special "white" maladies, followed by the Bible.
<quoted text>
Yep, but he forgets that the Europeans got syphilis from the New World and the first out break was in northern Italy in 1494 (the year after Columbus returned) In the next 50 years 10% of all Europeans died of syphilis and about 25% of the aristocracy. Remember pot-marked Henry VIII.
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
After what Europeans did to the new world, the least they could garner for their dastardly and murderous colonization was syphilis. But tell us, in return, how many diseases the white man brought to the new world. Here in Upper and Lower Canada, the British occupier supplied the Indians with smallpox-infested blankets. That sure as hell did the trick. But syphilis brought back by Cristoforo Colombo and those that followed is the least of it. How the Spaniards, Portuguese, followed by the French and Brits killed, murdered, slaughtered millions. Retribution, syphilis? Small change compared to...
What if ..... some Native Americans had traveled to Europe, given them syphilis and taken back small pox and other diseases, would that have made a difference? In your Libtardian mind no as Europeans are evil. Everywhere we go we rape the Earth and enslave the inhabitants.
Why do you live in a house with hot and cold running water, clean heat, electricity, etc.? Why don't you live in a long-house with an open fire pit, torches for light and get your water from a spring and sh*t out in the woods?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#170973 Sep 9, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
If I may. The violation of 27 UN mandates had nothing to do with the invasion. If so, please invade Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Bahrain, Myanmar, North Korea, China, Russia, re-invade Iraq, etc. All countries with despots that make Saddam look like a benevolent senior citizen.
Not a question of preferring having Saddam in control. The question is : Is Iraq now better off post-Saddam? Are you going to go totally delusional and tell me that it is? If so, what're Al Qaeda, Hezbollah, Iranians, doing there? What happened to the Iran counterweight that was Iraq? Are Christians and women now better off? Except for Iraqi capitalist crooks and a crooked regime, who benefits from the oil boom? Are there fewer people killed post-Saddam? Start answering those questions and then tell us Iraq is better of post-Saddam. Would you be proud and grateful that a good duty-bounds son or daughter had died fighting in Iraq? Give us some examples.
Then why did my Congress, and your Parliament, approve of the re-invasion of Iraq then?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#170974 Sep 9, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Most of us know of the comparable relationship between Lincoln and Kennedy;
but have you ever considered the comparisons between President Obama and Lincoln?
Parallels of Abraham Lincoln and Barack Hussein Obama:
1. Lincoln placed his hand on the Bible for his inauguration.
Obama used the very same Bible Lincoln used, for his inauguration.
2. Lincoln came from Illinois .
Obama comes from Illinois .
3. Lincoln served in the Illinois Legislature.
Obama served in the Illinois Legislature.
4. Lincoln had very little experience before becoming President.
Obama had very little experience before becoming President.
5. Lincoln rode the train from Philadelphia to Washington for his inauguration.
Obama rode the train from Philadelphia to Washington for his inauguration.
6. Lincoln was highly respected by some, but intensely disliked by others.
Obama is highly respected by some, but intensely disliked by others.
7. Abraham Lincoln was a tall, skinny lawyer.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.
8. Lincoln held to basic Conservative and Christian views.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.
9. Lincoln volunteered in the Illinois militia; once as a captain, twice as a private.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.
10. Lincoln firmly believed in able persons carrying their own weight.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.
11. Lincoln was undeniably, and without any doubt, born in the United States.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.
12. Lincoln was honest - so honest that he was called 'Honest Abe'.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.
13. Lincoln preserved the United States as a strong nation, respected by the world.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.
14. Lincoln showed his obvious respect for the flag, U. S. Constitution, and the military.
Obama is a tall, skinny lawyer.
Amazing!!!! This is such a coincidence!!!!
Out of 14, you have 8 silly schoolboy comparisons with Lincoln, plus number 2 is wrong, as he did not come from Illinois. So, 9 wrong or silly out of 14. Whoever and wherever you plagiarized that from, best you aim higher next time.

Oh, would you like to attempt a Lincoln/GWB comparison? No? I understand.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#170975 Sep 9, 2013
Tell us Jacqueau, will the Canadians help Barrack Obama out in his venture into Syria?

Canada and the Iraq War
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Iraq War began with the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The government of Canada did not at any time formally declare war against Iraq. Nevertheless, the government of Canada, and Canadian citizens had complex relationships to that war. Those complex relationships evolved and were redefined at various points in that war.

While Canada had previously participated in military action against Iraq in the Gulf War of 1991, it refused to declare war against Iraq without United Nations approval. Even so, Prime Minister Jean Chrétien said on 10 October 2002 that Canada would, in fact, be part of a military coalition to invade Iraq if it were sanctioned by the United Nations. However, when the United States and the United Kingdom subsequently withdrew their diplomatic efforts to gain that UN sanction, Jean Chrétien announced in Parliament on 17 March 2003 that Canada would not participate in the pending invasion. Nevertheless, he offered the US and its soldiers his moral support. However, according to classified U.S. documents released by Wikileaks, Canadian officials allegedly promised to clandestinely support the invasion..........

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#170976 Sep 9, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Over the past four weeks the stock market went down for three weeks and last week it went up marginally. What will this week do?
The labor force participation rate dropped 0.2% to 62.2 which is at it's lowest level since ..... Jimmy Carter!!! Way to go Old Floppy Ears!
<quoted text>
Hummm, two points. You are right, just as soon as QE3 ends, the stock market will turn south .... big time.
Next, I noticed you did not comment on the Labor Participation rate which i not only at the lowest point in Obama's term in office, but also at the same level it was 35 years ago under his buddy, Jimmy "The Wight Peanut Man" Carter.
No, I did not comment on the Labour Participation Rate simply because it's not good, though the reasons for it and the context are worlds apart from Jimmy Carter's time. And I wish you'd stop with your silly childish appellation, namely "Peanut man Carter". Carter was an honourable president, free of graft and corruption, architect of the Camp David Accords which 40 years later are still holding, no mean feat. Big ears, Peanut, etc, what the hell's the matter with you birthers, pejoratively calling your presidents insulting names just because you don't like them? Are your favourite hate media devoid of fabricated scandals today?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#170977 Sep 9, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Over the past four weeks the stock market went down for three weeks and last week it went up marginally. What will this week do?
The labor force participation rate dropped 0.2% to 62.2 which is at it's lowest level since ..... Jimmy Carter!!! Way to go Old Floppy Ears!
<quoted text>
Hummm, two points. You are right, just as soon as QE3 ends, the stock market will turn south .... big time.
Next, I noticed you did not comment on the Labor Participation rate which i not only at the lowest point in Obama's term in office, but also at the same level it was 35 years ago under his buddy, Jimmy "The Wight Peanut Man" Carter.
If this out wrong "Hummm, two points. You are right, just as soon as QE3 ends, the stock market will turn south .... big time.", yur quote, you won't mind if I bring hark back to it, do you? If it's as correct as the your and your broker's last 2 quarters' predictions, we'll have a good laugh. You blamed the media for your wrong mayoral prediction in Jacksonville, you hinted the president intervened with the Supreme Court on Obamacare afer yul predicted it would be defeated, you predicted a Romney victory, then blamed his defeat on fraud. So, if the DJIA does well after QE3 ends, who will you blame?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#170978 Sep 9, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
If this out wrong "Hummm, two points. You are right, just as soon as QE3 ends, the stock market will turn south .... big time.", yur quote, you won't mind if I bring hark back to it, do you? If it's as correct as the your and your broker's last 2 quarters' predictions, we'll have a good laugh. You blamed the media for your wrong mayoral prediction in Jacksonville, you hinted the president intervened with the Supreme Court on Obamacare afer yul predicted it would be defeated, you predicted a Romney victory, then blamed his defeat on fraud. So, if the DJIA does well after QE3 ends, who will you blame?
You only have to look what happened to Jimmy Carter and he printed only $500B in Funny Money. We ended up a peak inflation rate of 14%, a 10% unemployment rate and a recession. Now Bernanke has printed about $3T Obama Bucks and you expect things to turn out differently?(Twilight Zone music played by crickets)

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#170979 Sep 9, 2013
Black Man Attacks Whites and Yells, "I Hate White People!"

A local CBS affiliate in New York reported on the incident:“A man allegedly went on a rampage in Union Square on Wednesday afternoon and left a complete stranger brain-dead in the process. Police said that the attack may have been a hate crime. Friends of Jeffrey Babbitt, 62, were shocked to hear about the random act of violence that left the gentle, retired train conductor in a coma, CBS 2&#8242;s Dave Carlin reported on Friday.‘I don’t believe that. I don’t know why that happened. He is very nice,’ Igor Sapozhnikov said. Babbitt was minding his own business as he walked through the crowd near the chessboards in Union Square when a man made a hateful announcement and began his rampage, witnesses said.‘He said ‘the next white person who walks by I’m going to f***,’’ one woman said.‘His fist went in and the man’s head bobbed and he hit the ground and you could hear his skull hitting the ground.’ The man continued his rampage before demanding to see police officers.‘He stood there and hit two more people and asked for the police to come,’ Michael Benson said. Stunned witnesses counted a total of three people attacked. The suspect, Lashawn Marten, 31, remained at the scene until police arrived. Babbitt was on the ground with blood flowing from his head. Nearby were two other victims icing their faces.” I can’t wait for Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson to weigh in. They’ll say that just because Marten said some ugly things before he went on a punching rampage, doesn’t mean that it was necessarily racially motivated. Perhaps the attacker was mentally unstable. People not in their right minds sometimes say things they don’t mean. Besides, it’s not even really possible for a person of color to attack a white person for racial reasons. It only works the other way.

Read more at http://lastresistance.com/3166/black-man-atta...

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#170980 Sep 9, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
No, but it is the one without the belly button...I am sure it is around here somewhere...
I picked up on something last time I watched LRS get a bit embarrassed. When he knows he is getting bested, he ends almost every post with LMAO or LOL. Mostly the former because he feels the "A" adds something.
Pretty sure it is a nervous tick or a tell. Page back the last 3 or 4 pages and take a look.
Also... and this one is worse. Someone has been "judging posts" with the word "racy"... you know, the lips. For quite a while.
And there is nothing racy about any of them. I didn't think much of it till a while ago. Then I saw a pattern. I am 90% sure that they think racy means racist. Which is funny enough.
We know there are few people here lame enough to "judge". Meh... you flick the abacus.
Some of my comments were judged "racy" but I never made the connection. Interesting.

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