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Sep 15, 2013
 
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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And do you have any idea why they are so cheap there as compared to here? We Americans pay for the R&D for these medications and the other countries sue our companies because their laws limit the cost of meds to cost of production and a small profit.
As usual, we Americans, trying to be good people, get taken to the cleaners.
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And how long does a patent in the Philippines stand as compared to the U.S.? I am not sure if it was you or Poppo who claimed to be a patent attorney.
US and Philippine patent terms are generally for 20 years from filing date. Though US does provide for patent term extension due to certain delays during examination.
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Child, you incorrectly connected my two sentences together. They had nothing to do with each other, at all. Assumptions, assumptions, assumptions....how many times, Path? LMAO! Slow on the pickup, huh? Without your delusions, you'd never have a thought in that head of yours. You're just as brainwashed as Twinkerbelle. Hmmmm? FRUITCAKE
The nutball admits that his sentences in a paragraph have nothing to do with each other.
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<quoted text>By (true) definition there is no such thing as radical right wing,the term radical is only used for left wing since right is traditional,established or customary. Unfortunately in resent years the idiots have taken a lot of liberty with our dictionary and have rewritten historical facts.
Oh that is rich,a Repub accusing someone else of treating history as if it were relative.Lmao!
Radical Rightwing has become an accepted and very acurate definition especially in the last four years.
Political dogma that has become positivley cult like without objective reality as a reference point.
Teabaggers in a nutshell.
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Sep 15, 2013
 
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>The last time a right (wing) agenda was accepted was before prohibition,and that was repealed. The republican influence that was so prominent from 1860's through the early 20th century has succumbed to the hedonism of the democrats for over a century. Morals,values and principles have always baffled the understanding of democrats.
Eight years of Reagan,Sixteen full of Bushes yet the last time a Right Wing agenda was accepted was before prohibition....Right.
Oh its been accepted several times just with disasterous results if you dont happen to be a Corporate CEO or Trust Fund Baby.
Though it is true that the Republican Party of the 1860's is NOTHING like the modern one.
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Sep 15, 2013
 
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Oh boy, and who was the president when the roof caved in? Who brought on this monstrous recession? Who oversaw the financial banditry from banks, Wall street and mortgage brokers? Who entered two unfunded wars totalling over $2 trillion?
And how did the credit rating enter this discussion?
Oh and lets not forget the Idealogicaly inspired DEREGULATION of Wall Street and the Financial Industry.
Worked out GREAT didnt it Teabaggers?
'Let The BULL Loose!'
Boy He wasnt kiddin'!
And they still have the GALL to set back and take potshots because someone else isnt cleaning up their wreckage in a manner that suits them.
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Sep 15, 2013
 
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>The same people that complained about Bush do not complain about Obama, even though Obama is a corrupt hypocrite and is pushing a radical left wing agenda to destroy our country and The Constitution.
Yeah,trying to see to it that all Americans have access to Adequate Healthcare and perish forbid the Rich should actually pay taxes too.
Radical,man!
Where would the Corporate Lobbyists and Propaganda Merchants of the Filthy Rich be without foks like You who are so EAGER to swallow the B.S. they peddle?

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Frank wrote:
<quoted text>By (true) definition there is no such thing as radical right wing,the term radical is only used for left wing since right is traditional,established or customary. Unfortunately in resent years the idiots have taken a lot of liberty with our dictionary and have rewritten historical facts.
{"The terms far right, or extreme right, describe the broad range of political groups and ideologies usually taken to be further to the right of the mainstream center-right on the traditional left-right spectrum. Far right politics commonly involves support for social inequality and social hierarchy, elements of social conservatism and opposition to most forms of liberalism and socialism. Both terms are also used to describe Nazi and fascist movements, and other groups who hold extreme nationalist, chauvinist, xenophobic, racist, religious fundamentalist or reactionary views.[1] The most extreme right-wing movements have pursued oppression and genocide against groups of people on the basis of their alleged inferiority.[2]"}

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Sep 15, 2013
 
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And I've tried god knows, with parables, scenarios, to make you understand simple things. Let's go over the traffic lights one again.
A city engineer figures it's urgent, lights have to be installed at a dangerous intersection. He gets city admin to approve the traffic lights.
Everything runs smoothly, pedestrians and motorists are more attentive, accident rate is down at that intersection.
One day, at that very intersection, a car burns a red light. Kills a pedestrian. Rogue asks : "Who installed those traffic lights? It's their fault"
Great analogy.
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And this coming from a Democrat?!? What would you expect a Democrat to say. You assume that everyone in the military is a Republican but that ain't so.
<quoted text>So was Richard Nixon and Teddy Roosevelt but they were all loony-tooney-left progressives. Just like Bill Clinton is a Democrat but he is a Blue Dog centrist.
Ron and Rand Paul are Republicans but they are also Libertarians (not to be confused with Conservatives).
Politics is multi-denominational.
The problem is your thought process and premises are wrong for the most part.

You are 100% correct about Bill Clinton being a Centrist Blue Dog which is also true of Barack Obama, and Jimmy Carter.

Libertarians are authentic Conservatives and not RINOs like 99% of the Republican party, The Bush Family, and Ronald Reagan.

Nixon and TR were not left of center.

Colonel Wilkerson and General Powell are Republicans.

Ron Paul was authentic his whole career and his son Rand is a corporate hack prostitute just like the other Tea Bags who sold out to Wall Street.

P.S. All The Generals against Rumsfeld and the Cheney / Bush administration were all Republicans, including CIA.

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Who Is The Smallest Government Spender Since Eisenhower? Would You Believe It's Barack Obama?/ 5/24/2012 / http://tinyurl.com/c6b2acy
It’s enough to make even the most ardent Obama cynic scratch his head in confusion.
Amidst all the cries of Barack Obama being the most prolific big government spender the nation has ever suffered, Marketwatch is reporting that our president has actually been tighter with a buck than any United States president since Dwight D. Eisenhower.
In fiscal 2010 (the first Obama budget) spending fell 1.8% to $3.46 trillion. In fiscal 2011, spending rose 4.3% to $3.60 trillion. In fiscal 2012, spending is set to rise 0.7% to $3.63 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget Office’s estimate of the budget that was agreed to last August. Finally in fiscal 2013 — the final budget of Obama’s term — spending is scheduled to fall 1.3% to $3.58 trillion. Read the CBO’s latest budget outlook.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/rickungar/2012/05...

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Sep 15, 2013
 
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>The same people that complained about Bush do not complain about Obama, even though Obama is a corrupt hypocrite and is pushing a radical left wing agenda to destroy our country and The Constitution.
You are 100% incorrect if you think Obama is pushing a left wing agenda.

Obama continued over 90% of all Bush/Cheney failed rightwing policies.

Obama destroyed Liberalism and Progresses.

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Who You Calling Deranged?
October 16, 2009 / http://tinyurl.com/yfvx5v5
Democracy Corps has a very interesting survey about the worldview of conservative Republicans. The focus group interviews show that the Republican right, which consists of about a fifth of the electorate, is held together by a set of beliefs that goes well beyond small government and traditional values. "Our groups showed that they explicitly believe [Obama] is purposely and ruthlessly executing a hidden agenda to weaken and ultimately destroy the foundations of our country," reports the survey. Conservatives further believe that Obama’s policies are not merely misguided but "purposely designed to fail."
Conservatives pundits tend to be extremely touchy about the subject of right-wing paranoia. In response to a typically measured column by E.J. Dionne early this week ("Middle-income men, especially those who are not college graduates, have borne the brunt of economic change bred by both globalization and technological transformation," he sensibly observed), George W. Bush’s former minister of propaganda, Peter Wehner, exploded at Dionne’s "condescension." Wehner lashed back:
http://www.tnr.com/blog/the-plank/who-you-cal...

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Chart: Almost Every Obama Conspiracy Theory Ever
Fake birth certificates, ghostwriters, teleprompters, a teenage trip to Mars, and more of the most paranoid and bizarro Obama conspiracy theories out there.
http://tinyurl.com/cqtkqxs /
http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/10/c...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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Sep 15, 2013
 
Rogue, LRS, Alaska girl , and various birthers, FYI, no comment.

The Happiest (and Saddest) Countries

LiveScience Staff | September 09, 2013 07:04am

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The United Nations General Assembly's second World Happiness Report ranks countries based on several measures of well-being and analyzes the factors that contribute to that well-being. Here are the country rankings, based on a scale of 0 to 10, with 10 being the most satisfied with life. The scores are an average of results between 2010 and 2012. Read the full story on country happiness.

1. Denmark (7.693)

2. Norway (7.655)

3. Switzerland (7.650)

4. Netherlands (7.512)

5. Sweden (7.480)

6. Canada (7.477)

7. Finland (7.389)

8. Austria (7.369)

9. Iceland (7.355)

10. Australia (7.350)

11. Israel (7.301)

12. Costa Rica (7.257)

13. New Zealand (7.221)

14. United Arab Emirates (7.144)

15. Panama (7.143)

16. Mexico (7.088)

17. United States (7.082)

18. Ireland (7.076)

19. Luxembourg (7.054)

20. Venezuela (7.039)

21. Belgium (6.967)

22. United Kingdom (6.883)

23. Oman (6.853)

24. Brazil (6.849)

25. France (6.764)

26. Germany (6.672)

27. Qatar (6.666)

28. Chile (6.587)

29. Argentina (6.562)

30. Singapore (6.546)

31. Trinidad and Tobago (6.519)

32. Kuwait (6.515)

33. Saudi Arabia (6.480)

34. Cyprus (6.466)

35. Colombia (6.416)

36. Thailand (6.371)

37. Uruguay (6.355)

38. Spain (6.322)

39. Czech Republic (6.290)

40. Surinam (6.269

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I know it's just a U.N. survey, therefore not valid and biased, but there it is just the same.
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Sep 15, 2013
 
Dan Rather talks about the corrupt Corporate media
http://tinyurl.com/axcfm88
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Noam Chomsky - The Myth of the Liberal Media
http://tinyurl.com/a8lxbyk
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Nation of Change org wrote:
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The problem is your thought process and premises are wrong for the most part.
You are 100% correct about Bill Clinton being a Centrist Blue Dog which is also true of Barack Obama, and Jimmy Carter.
Libertarians are authentic Conservatives and not RINOs like 99% of the Republican party, The Bush Family, and Ronald Reagan.
Nixon and TR were not left of center.
Colonel Wilkerson and General Powell are Republicans.
Ron Paul was authentic his whole career and his son Rand is a corporate hack prostitute just like the other Tea Bags who sold out to Wall Street.
P.S. All The Generals against Rumsfeld and the Cheney / Bush administration were all Republicans, including CIA.
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Who Is The Smallest Government Spender Since Eisenhower? Would You Believe It's Barack Obama?/ 5/24/2012 / http://tinyurl.com/c6b2acy
It’s enough to make even the most ardent Obama cynic scratch his head in confusion.
Amidst all the cries of Barack Obama being the most prolific big government spender the nation has ever suffered, Marketwatch is reporting that our president has actually been tighter with a buck than any United States president since Dwight D. Eisenhower.
In fiscal 2010 (the first Obama budget) spending fell 1.8% to $3.46 trillion. In fiscal 2011, spending rose 4.3% to $3.60 trillion. In fiscal 2012, spending is set to rise 0.7% to $3.63 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget Office’s estimate of the budget that was agreed to last August. Finally in fiscal 2013 — the final budget of Obama’s term — spending is scheduled to fall 1.3% to $3.58 trillion. Read the CBO’s latest budget outlook.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/rickungar/2012/05...
Facts, facts, smhacts, birthers and tea partyers and Obama-haters don't want facts, N of C, they want anti-Obama made-up figures, like Rogue posts them and then disappears. This is what they thrive on, this is what they adore and most of them would love to spite even themselves by having the U.S. default and declare "Chapter 11", just to spite this BLACK guy and his family in the WHITE House. This is the true meaning of "usurper" to birthers : BLACK guy and his family in the WHITE House. Performance, good or bad,(which is not exactly sterling these days) is NOT a factor.
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Sep 15, 2013
 
Truman wrote:
<quoted text>Oh that is rich,a Repub accusing someone else of treating history as if it were relative.Lmao!
Radical Rightwing has become an accepted and very acurate definition especially in the last four years.
Political dogma that has become positivley cult like without objective reality as a reference point.
Teabaggers in a nutshell.
I don't use any words from a dictionary that were changed in the past few years to accommodate democrats and liberals. It is demeaning to change the definition of words just because a small percentage of the population can't accept the truth.
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Sep 15, 2013
 
Truman wrote:
<quoted text>Eight years of Reagan,Sixteen full of Bushes yet the last time a Right Wing agenda was accepted was before prohibition....Right.
Oh its been accepted several times just with disasterous results if you dont happen to be a Corporate CEO or Trust Fund Baby.
Though it is true that the Republican Party of the 1860's is NOTHING like the modern one.
Far left agenda was pushed during the Bush year and yes even during the Reagan years. Republicans didn't have control of Congress. Do you really believe that if Reagan was as corrupt as Obama or was willing to ignore the Constitution like Obama does then much of the Democrat agenda from the past thirty five years would have come to fruition. The republicans of today share the same morals,values and principles as the republicans of a hundred fifty years ago,unfortunately many democrats have no conscience.
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Sep 15, 2013
 
Scrutiny wrote:
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{"The terms far right, or extreme right, describe the broad range of political groups and ideologies usually taken to be further to the right of the mainstream center-right on the traditional left-right spectrum. Far right politics commonly involves support for social inequality and social hierarchy, elements of social conservatism and opposition to most forms of liberalism and socialism. Both terms are also used to describe Nazi and fascist movements, and other groups who hold extreme nationalist, chauvinist, xenophobic, racist, religious fundamentalist or reactionary views.[1] The most extreme right-wing movements have pursued oppression and genocide against groups of people on the basis of their alleged inferiority.[2]"}
You prove my point when you use new terms added to the dictionary that were not there forty years ago,and in many cases five or six years ago. If next Wednesday Obama makes you eat dirt for breakfast and on Thursday he changes the definition of dirt to food that doesn't mean that dirt is really food.
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You are 100% incorrect if you think Obama is pushing a left wing agenda.
Obama continued over 90% of all Bush/Cheney failed rightwing policies.
Obama destroyed Liberalism and Progresses.
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Who You Calling Deranged?
October 16, 2009 / http://tinyurl.com/yfvx5v5
Democracy Corps has a very interesting survey about the worldview of conservative Republicans. The focus group interviews show that the Republican right, which consists of about a fifth of the electorate, is held together by a set of beliefs that goes well beyond small government and traditional values. "Our groups showed that they explicitly believe [Obama] is purposely and ruthlessly executing a hidden agenda to weaken and ultimately destroy the foundations of our country," reports the survey. Conservatives further believe that Obama’s policies are not merely misguided but "purposely designed to fail."
Conservatives pundits tend to be extremely touchy about the subject of right-wing paranoia. In response to a typically measured column by E.J. Dionne early this week ("Middle-income men, especially those who are not college graduates, have borne the brunt of economic change bred by both globalization and technological transformation," he sensibly observed), George W. Bush’s former minister of propaganda, Peter Wehner, exploded at Dionne’s "condescension." Wehner lashed back:
http://www.tnr.com/blog/the-plank/who-you-cal...
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Chart: Almost Every Obama Conspiracy Theory Ever
Fake birth certificates, ghostwriters, teleprompters, a teenage trip to Mars, and more of the most paranoid and bizarro Obama conspiracy theories out there.
http://tinyurl.com/cqtkqxs /
http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/10/c...
Obama's promises in 2008 were that he would never sign a bill without bipartisan support and that he would get all sides of Congress to work together. On October 31,2008, Obama publicly announced his intention to destroy our country and The Constitution that our country was founded upon. Obama has been following his plan to destroy our country and our way of life.

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Economically, Could Obama Be America's Best President?

Q- Bob, how much credit should Americans give President Obama for today’s improved equity values?

BBBB – Our research reviewed American economic performance since President Roosevelt installed the first Federal Reserve Board Chairman – Republican Marriner Eccles. We observed that even though there are multiple impacts on the economy, it was clear that policy decisions within each administration, from FDR forward, made a clear difference on performance. And relatively quickly.

Presidents universally take credit when the economy does well (such as Reagan,) and choose to blame other factors when the economy does poorly (such as Carter.) But there was a clear pattern, and link, between policy and financial market performance.

Although we hear almost no one in the Obama administration taking credit for record index highs, they should. Because the President deserves attention for how well this economy has done during his leadership.

The auto rescue plan has worked. American car manufacturers are still dominant and employing millions directly and in supplier companies. Wall Street reform has been painful but it has re-instated faith amongst investors. The markets are far more predictable than they were four years ago, as VIX numbers demonstrate greater faith and less risk.

Even for small investors, such as those limited to their 401(k) or IRA investments, the average annual compound return on stocks under President Obama has been more than 24% since the lows of March, 2009. This is a better result than either Clinton, Reagan or FDR – who were the prior winners in our book.

Q- Bob, what policies do you think were most important toward achieving today’s new highs?

BBBB – Firstly, let’s review just how bad things were in 2009. In 2000 America was completing the longest bull market in history. But by the end of President Bush’s tenure the country had witnessed 2 stock market crashes, and the DJIA had fallen 58%. This was the second worst market decline in history (exceeded only by the Great Depression,) and hence the term “Great Recession” was born.

In 2000, at the end of Clinton’s administration, the Consumer Confidence Index was at a record high 140. By January, 2009 this index had fallen to an historic low of 25.3. Comparatively, when Reagan took office at the end of the economically weak Carter years the Confidence Index was still at 74.4! Today this measure of how people feel about the country is still nowhere near 2000 levels, but it is almost 3 times better than 4 years ago.

Significantly, in 2000 America had a budget surplus. By 2009 surpluses were long gone and the country was racking up historic deficits as taxes were cut while simultaneously outlays for defense skyrocketed to cover costs of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, banks were on the edge of failing due to unregulated real estate speculation and massive derivative losses.

Today the Congressional Budget Office is reporting a $200B decrease in the deficit almost entirely due to increased revenue from a growing economy and higher taxes on the wealthiest Americans. The deficit is now only 4% of the GDP, down from over 10% at the end of Bush’s administration – and projections are for it to be only 2% by 2015 (before Obama leaves office.) America’s “debt problem” seems largely solved, and almost all due to growth rather than austerity.

We can largely thank a fairer tax code, improved regulation and consistent SEC enforcement. Also, major strides in health care reform – something no other President has accomplished – has given American’s more faith in their future, and an increased willingness to invest.

More: http://www.forbes.com/sites/adamhartung/2013/...

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INTERVIEW: How The Stimulus Remade America Without Anyone Noticing

Have your thoughts on the stimulus evolved at all since Obama’s re-election?

Not really on the substance. I still think it was a huge deal, as important as Obamacare, and I still think it was a huge success, as a short-term boost to the economy and as a long-term driver of change. But the re-election did get me thinking about the politics. The stimulus was hideously unpopular. And when it was done, Obama bailed out the auto industry, also hideously unpopular. Then he started with health care, even more unpopular. He kept doing all kinds of controversial things—pulling out of Iraq, pushing cap-and-trade, endorsing gay marriage—and pundits kept accusing him of political malpractice. But he got re-elected anyway—partly because the stimulus (and the auto bailout) made the economy much better than it would have been, partly because some bartender dude brought an iPhone to a fundraiser in Boca. My takeaway is that when you’ve got power, you might as well try to do stuff, rather than obsess about the political ramifications. Because really, who knows how the politics are going to play out?

More: http://www.nationalmemo.com/interview-how-the...

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Obama Obliterates The Republican Myth That Putin Saved Him on Syria

The president confirmed again that he discussed this with Putin a year ago. He talked to Putin about this at the G20. The notion that Putin saved Obama is political spin by his critics who are trying to tarnish his diplomatic victory in any way that they can. It is a display of how deeply Republicans hate this president that they are so willing to label Putin a hero, not even a year after their presidential nominee called Russia our biggest rival.

Republicans are out to score cheap political points, and they can’t fathom that they were again routed by a president who has spent his presidency ten steps ahead of them. This Putin saved Obama story line is fiction that created to further the Republican agenda of making the president look weak at every turn.

Obama also confirmed that his administration got Russia to take the risk and responsibility of delivering Syrian compliance on the deal. Making Russia shift from denying the existence of Syria’s chemical weapons and Assad’s responsibility for the attack in less than a week is a sign of presidential strength.

To Republicans, diplomacy equals weakness. The right is trying to turn Obama’s strength into a shortcoming, and sacrificing facts, the truth, and consistency while trying to score cheap political points. Obama’s critics are stunned, and the comprehensiveness of the president’s victory can be seen in their retreat back to old talking points.

http://www.politicususa.com/2013/09/15/obama-...

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