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wojar

Bristol, CT

#173229 Sep 28, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
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Is that supposed to make sense? Any sense at all? BTW, the epitome of a loser is one who travels half-way around the world in hopes of nailing some manbutt! LMAO!!! lil raggy
It wouldn't make sense to anyone who believes straw men are real. But such beliefs are common among play justices.
wojar

Bristol, CT

#173230 Sep 28, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Again the anal repressed homosexual reveals himself. Manbutt? Who but a repressed gay invents that kind of word?
Get this straight, "can you hear us coming" loser, homosexuality is not bad, not wrong, and nothing to be ashamed of. Come out. Now. You'll be at peace at long last.
The play justice who lives in a world populated by his sock puppets can't understand references to his delusions. Sad but not unexpected.

Since: May 10

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#173231 Sep 28, 2013
Hummm, if you go to Yahoo News the fifth post is this article and it was post 13 hours ago. But it was there yesterday, the day before, and the day before that. Yep, Yahoo hash-tags some articles over and over again to make it sound like new news.
And at the same time they will not post Op Eds. WHY? Because they have a Global Warming agenda. But I thought it was Fox News that did not show all sides of all of the subjects?!?

Scientists more convinced mankind is main cause of warming
Reuters Alister Doyle and Simon Johnson 13 hours ago
By Alister Doyle and Simon Johnson

STOCKHOLM (Reuters)- Leading climate scientists said on Friday [not yesterday but from the week before]....
http://news.yahoo.com/scientists-more-convinc...
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#173232 Sep 28, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
The lies, they just keep a'comin', don't they^ Never spoke about my height. "A song lyric can be "wrong"? " Another lie, my my, you grow them like in a garden, don't you? For the 50th time, minimum, please tell us what you referred to prior to November 6 when you kept chanting "can you hear us coming?" and why you stopped chanting it beginning November 7, 2012? Do I detect another lie coming up? Yes, you said a lap baby did not count, or clearly inferred it did not. Even tried to slough it off, as usual, saying baby travelled free.
I have no voice here? You mean because I'm Canadian, I'm wrong when I declare you're a liar? I have to be American to declare the obvious?
Is this supposed to make sense? "A song lyric can be "wrong"? " Another lie, my my, you grow them like in a garden, don't you? Makes no sense at all. And yes, you did mentioned your height at one time. S-O-N-G L-Y-R-I-C Path, S-O-N-G L-Y-R-I-C....look it up. Show me where I said a lap baby did not count. You have no voice because you're the class azz. Maybe you should think about getting a pet? LMAO!!
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#173233 Sep 28, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>The play justice who lives in a world populated by his sock puppets can't understand references to his delusions. Sad but not unexpected.
Twinkerbelle the Manbutt Hunter! LMAO!!! lil raggy

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#173234 Sep 28, 2013
wojar wrote:
The Heritage Foundation was behind the insurance mandate when they first proposed it.
From Heritage Lecture 218:
"This mandate is based on two important principles. First, that health care protection is a responsibility of individuals, not businesses. Thus to the extent that anybody should be required to provide coverage to a family, the household mandate assumes that it is the family that carries the first responsibility. Second, it assumes that there is an implicit contract between households and society, based on the notion that health insurance is not like other forms of insurance protection."
Faux conservatives were not screaming SOCIALISM then.
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>ObamaKare is nothing like an insurance mandate or like a state run program such as Massachusetts. Every state has and has had there own state run programs, but none are the same as ObamaKare. ObamaKare is not a health care program,it is tax scheme with 2700 pages and over fifty new taxes. ObamKare was never meant to reduce total health care costs and not a single cent of the tens of billions that have been spent has been for health care for anyone. None of the trillions that will be spent over the next ten years will be spent on health care either.
What Wojo fails to mention that this was not the opinion of The Heritage Foundation but of the writer. Next, Wojor cherry picks bites that he thinks support Obamacare. The article is NINE pages long!!!
http://www.heritage.org/research/lecture/assu...

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#173235 Sep 28, 2013
Oh, I am for TORT reform like Texas implemented when G.W. was Texas's governor. As soon as it passed, the doctor shortage disappeared and medical bills dropped about 10%.
Just try an sue a public hospital, like Shands Jacksonville, and the most you will get is $100,000. And court award above $100,000 must be approved by the state legislature.
But you can sue a private hospital her in Florida and be awarded much more for the same tort.

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#173236 Sep 28, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
Yep, and that is one of the reasons why Shitcago was such a high murder rate.

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#173237 Sep 28, 2013
Yep, the Libtards like to talk how well Romneycare is working out but they have amended the law twice, 2009 and 2010, and are trying to amend it a third time? WHY??? It costs too damn much.
Because of this combination of a larger than anticipated effect on the state budget (see 2012 Blue Cross research compared to Governor Romney's proposal to the Medicaid Commission in 2006) because of the 2006 Massachusetts health care reform and continued growth above inflation for private insurance (see DHCFP research), the legislature is considering strict provider price controls as of May 2012 with expected passage by July 2012.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massachusetts_he...

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#173238 Sep 28, 2013
Congress should not allow any amendment to Obamacare but pass a law prohibiting the president from making any exemption. Obamacare will collapse all on it's own.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#173239 Sep 28, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
wojar wrote:
The Heritage Foundation was behind the insurance mandate when they first proposed it.
From Heritage Lecture 218:
"This mandate is based on two important principles. First, that health care protection is a responsibility of individuals, not businesses. Thus to the extent that anybody should be required to provide coverage to a family, the household mandate assumes that it is the family that carries the first responsibility. Second, it assumes that there is an implicit contract between households and society, based on the notion that health insurance is not like other forms of insurance protection."
Faux conservatives were not screaming SOCIALISM then.
<quoted text>
What Wojo fails to mention that this was not the opinion of The Heritage Foundation but of the writer. Next, Wojor cherry picks bites that he thinks support Obamacare. The article is NINE pages long!!!
http://www.heritage.org/research/lecture/assu...
Rouge seems to believe that the length of Butler's lecture somehow negates that it supports an individual mandate, that the Heritage Plan was pitched to Congress, that Heritage lauded the individual insurance mandate in Massachusetts and that NOBODY CALLED AN INSURANCE MANDATE 'SOCIALISM' until Democrats got on-board with the plan and actually did something rather than talking about it.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#173240 Sep 28, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Yep, the Libtards like to talk how well Romneycare is working out but they have amended the law twice, 2009 and 2010, and are trying to amend it a third time? WHY??? It costs too damn much.
<quoted text>
How many times has the US Constitution been amended?
wojar

Bristol, CT

#173241 Sep 28, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Hummm, if you go to Yahoo News the fifth post is this article and it was post 13 hours ago. But it was there yesterday, the day before, and the day before that. Yep, Yahoo hash-tags some articles over and over again to make it sound like new news.
And at the same time they will not post Op Eds. WHY? Because they have a Global Warming agenda. But I thought it was Fox News that did not show all sides of all of the subjects?!?
Scientists more convinced mankind is main cause of warming
Reuters Alister Doyle and Simon Johnson 13 hours ago
By Alister Doyle and Simon Johnson
STOCKHOLM (Reuters)- Leading climate scientists said on Friday [not yesterday but from the week before]....
http://news.yahoo.com/scientists-more-convinc...
And Rouge laments crank science doesn't get equal billing.
wojar

Bristol, CT

#173242 Sep 28, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Twinkerbelle the Manbutt Hunter! LMAO!!! lil raggy
Projection is the refuge of denial.

The persistence of his obsession is an indicator of its magnitude.
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>The play justice who lives in a world populated by his sock puppets can't understand references to his delusions. Sad but not unexpected.

Since: May 10

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#173243 Sep 28, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
wojar wrote:
The Heritage Foundation was behind the insurance mandate when they first proposed it.
From Heritage Lecture 218:
"This mandate is based on two important principles. First, that health care protection is a responsibility of individuals, not businesses. Thus to the extent that anybody should be required to provide coverage to a family, the household mandate assumes that it is the family that carries the first responsibility. Second, it assumes that there is an implicit contract between households and society, based on the notion that health insurance is not like other forms of insurance protection."
Faux conservatives were not screaming SOCIALISM then.
<quoted text>
What Wojo fails to mention that this was not the opinion of The Heritage Foundation but of the writer. Next, Wojor cherry picks bites that he thinks support Obamacare. The article is NINE pages long!!!
http://www.heritage.org/research/lecture/assu ...
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
Rouge seems to believe that the length of Butler's lecture somehow negates that it supports an individual mandate, that the Heritage Plan was pitched to Congress, that Heritage lauded the individual insurance mandate in Massachusetts and that NOBODY CALLED AN INSURANCE MANDATE 'SOCIALISM' until Democrats got on-board with the plan and actually did something rather than talking about it.
Sooo, what's your point? A 65 year old women needs prenatal care? How about a Catholic Nun or a lesbian? Obamacare is bloated with all kinds of junk.
Again, Romneycare was amended in 2009 and again in 2010 and they are still trying to amend it because it costs the state to much.
I say let Obamacare stand the way it was written, no exemption for anyone and no special treatment for government works.
Obamacare will collapse all on it's own.

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#173244 Sep 28, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>And Rouge laments crank science doesn't get equal billing.
Like the many scientists think we are entering another Little Ice Age?

Obama Warned of Impending Little Ice Age
by ROBERT on AUGUST 15, 2013

“Could be the equivalent of a nuclear winter.”

“Sleepy Solar Cycle Foretells Icy Decades Ahead,” say Friends of Science.“Global Cooling is more likely than Global Warming.”

A Little Ice Age is predicted based on solar patterns. It could be the equivalent of a nuclear winter, says Len Maier, president of Friends of Science.“At such a time, an abundance of carbon dioxide (CO2) would be a benefit. CO2 helps crops grow.”

NASA – Solar patterns are repeating themselves right now

The last “Little Ice Age,” from about 1350-1850, coincided with a period of very low sunspot activity, frigid temperatures and crop failures. NASA reports that such solar patterns are repeating themselves right now as the sun’s cycle 24 “maximum” peaks.

This winter and spring, snow storms blanketed the US and Europe in unexpected fury. This despite Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) scientists previous claims that global warming would make snowfall “a very rare and exciting event“.

Climate models issued by the IPCC overestimated the warming trends in the tropical atmosphere since 1979 by a factor four. Climatologist Roy Spencer from the University of Alabama in Huntsville calls this an “epic failure for the models“.

Governments not prepared for the food crisis

According to Maier, governments are not prepared for the food crisis that would result from global cooling – a 1 or 2 degree drop in temperature.

“Millions of acres of arable land would cease production,” says Maier.

The total solar magnetic flux impact on climate is about seven times greater than what is expected from solar heat changes alone.

“There is clear evidence that temperatures are slowly declining, as is solar activity,” says Friends of Science director Ken Gregory.

No global warming in 16 years

There’s been no global warming in 16 years despite a rise in CO2. The most recent leaked draft of the IPCC’s upcoming report admits there has been no global warming in 15+ years as does the UK Met weather office. Model projections of temperature and snowfall were ridiculously wrong.

See entire article:
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb108...

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#173245 Sep 28, 2013
I think it is funny that Libtards think mankind is more powerful than mother nature. If that is the case why do we not stop volcanic eruptions and earthquakes?
CO2 is way overrated as a greenhouse gas. The Libtards can not related the increase in solar activity from about 1957 until about 1997 to be the cause of a global warming trend.
By 2020 everyone will poopoo Global Warming.

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#173246 Sep 28, 2013
Now one article in NatGeo does not mean a whole lot but at least they too have question marks in their heads. Who is write and who is wrong, we should know by 2020!

Sun Oddly Quiet -- Hints at Next "Little Ice Age"?
Anne Minard
for National Geographic News
May 4, 2009
A prolonged lull in solar activity has astrophysicists glued to their telescopes waiting to see what the sun will do next—and how Earth's climate might respond.

The sun is the least active it's been in decades and the dimmest in a hundred years. The lull is causing some scientists to recall the Little Ice Age, an unusual cold spell in Europe and North America, which lasted from about 1300 to 1850.

The coldest period of the Little Ice Age, between 1645 and 1715, has been linked to a deep dip in solar storms known as the Maunder Minimum.

During that time, access to Greenland was largely cut off by ice, and canals in Holland routinely froze solid. Glaciers in the Alps engulfed whole villages, and sea ice increased so much that no open water flowed around Iceland in the year 1695.

But researchers are on guard against their concerns about a new cold snap being misinterpreted.

"[Global warming] skeptics tend to leap forward," said Mike Lockwood, a solar terrestrial physicist at the University of Southampton in the U.K.(Get the facts about global warming.)

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/...

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#173247 Sep 28, 2013
Russian Scientist — New Little Ice Age Near
by ROBERT on NOVEMBER 13, 2012

Forecasting a temperature drop in approximately 2014

Dr Habibullo Abdussamatov, head of space research at Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory in St. Petersburg, Russia, is suggesting the next Grand Minimum in this paper: Bicentennial Decrease of the Total Solar Irradiance Leads to Unbalanced Thermal Budget of the Earth.

“From early 90s we observe bicentennial decrease in both the TSI and the portion of its energy absorbed by the Earth,” says Abdussamatov.“The Earth as a planet will henceforward have negative balance in the energy budget which will result in the temperature drop in approximately 2014.”

http://iceagenow.info/2012/11/russian-scienti...

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#173248 Sep 28, 2013
What do Global Warming promoters says about Global Warming? Ah, EVERYONE agrees. Well everyone knows that that is one big lie!!!

More Than 15,000 Scientists Protest Kyoto Accord; Speak Out Against Global Warming Myth
DOUGLAS HOUTS (1998.05.12 )

More than 15,000 scientists, two-thirds with advanced academic degrees, have now signed a Petition against the climate accord concluded in Kyoto (Japan) in December 1997. The Petition (see text below) urges the US government to reject the Accord, which would force drastic cuts in energy use on the United States. This is in line with the Senate Resolution, approved by a 95-to-0 vote last July, which turns down any international agreement that damages the economy of the United States while exempting most of the world’s nations, including such major emerging economic powers as China, India, and Brazil.

In signing the Petition within a period of less than six weeks, the 15,000 basic and applied scientists — an unprecedented number for this kind of document — also expressed their profound skepticism about the science underlying the Kyoto Accord. The atmospheric data simply do not support the elaborate computer-driven climate models that are being cited by the United Nations and other promoters of the Accord as “proof” of a major future warming. The covering letter enclosed with the Petition, signed by Dr. Frederick Seitz, president emeritus of Rockefeller University and a past president of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, states it well:

“The treaty is, in our opinion, based upon flawed ideas. Research data on climate change do not show that human use of hydrocarbons is harmful. To the contrary, there is good evidence that increased atmospheric carbon dioxide is environmentally helpful.”

This freely expressed vote against the warming scare propaganda should be contrasted with the claimed “consensus of 2500 climate scientists” about global warming. This facile and oft-quoted assertion by the White House is a complete fabrication. The contributors and reviewers of the 1996 report by the

UN-sponsored Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) actually number less than 2000, and only a small fraction — who were never polled — can claim to be climate scientists. Many of those are known to be critical of the IPCC report and have now become signers of the Petition.

“The ‘silent majority’ of the scientific community has at last spoken out against the hype emanating from politicians and much of the media about a ‘warming catastrophe.’ The Petition reflects the frustration and disgust felt by working scientists, few of whom have been previously involved in the ongoing climate debate, about the misuse of science to promote a political agenda,” said Dr. Seitz.
http://capitalismmagazine.com/1998/05/more-th...

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