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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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“Kenyan-born Obama=Antichrist”

Since: Sep 09

Casper, WY

#186670 Mar 17, 2014
Frank wrote:
<quoted text> People like O'Reily should speak up when Obama lies. Obama lies every day and people that love him don't seem to notice. Obama lied when he said he would never sign a bill that didn't have bipartisan support. Obama lied when he said that if you wouldn't lose your insurance. Obama lied when he said you would not lose your doctor. Obama lied when he said the average family would save $2500. Obama lied when he said his would be a less corrupt administration. The Obama administration is the most corrupt since World War II.
LYING IS OBAMA'S native-tongue and O'Reilly is just another Freemason-puppet like Dennis Miller, Bill Maher, Rush Limbaugh, Hannity, etc. in the lamestream media hiding the full-truth about the coming New World Order. I hate Big Brother.
Write-in Donald Trump, Birther for President in 2016!
Obskeptic

Farmington, MI

#186671 Mar 17, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Ya know, when the NYT says the Democrats are in trouble, it is worse that that!!!
Obama Factor Adds to Fears of Democrats
By JONATHAN MARTIN and ASHLEY PARKERMARCH 15, 2014
Representative Steve Israel of New York, right, asked the White House political director for additional help after a recent loss. Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York Times
WASHINGTON — Democrats are becoming increasingly alarmed about their midterm election fortunes amid President Obama’s sinking approval ratings, a loss in a special House election in Florida last week, and millions of dollars spent by Republican-aligned groups attacking the new health law.
The combination has led to uncharacteristic criticism of Mr. Obama and bitter complaints that his vaunted political organization has done little to help the party’s vulnerable congressional candidates.
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/16/us/politics...
The republicans are very likely to win majorities come this election cycle Rogue, but it will have nothing to do with their strategizing. The win will be more by default due to a collective vote against democrats, who have done more to benefit the republicans then the republicans could have organized on their own. Even with the wins, should they materialize, the republicans don't have a clue what they are going to do as they are totally afraid of Barry. All the establishment knows is they hate the tea party just as much as the left does. You are likely to see the democrats put up straw candidates from the libertarian party and even fund tea party campaigns in the primaries in an effort to destabilize the chances of victory and securing a republican majority. I so hope that Harry Reid is defeated though regardless. He is an absolute piece of effing shit , and is the main reason nothing has been accomplished by this congress that would benefit the decent, hard working middle class American or the job opportunities for our young college graduates and black youth.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#186672 Mar 17, 2014
Fred Phelps, Westboro Baptist Church Founder, Is 'On The Edge Of Death'

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/16/fred...

Good things happen occasionally. Receiving the death of a charlatan and cult leader is one of the unquestionable improvements to America.

There is no healing the pain, suffering and misery he has brought to multiple innocent American families. The shame he has brought our culture is certain and I am not sure you can ever "repair" such damage.

If there ever was a time to contact the baptist and voice your opinion of their behavior and the impending death of their designer... it is now.

Fuck you Fred.

May you go slowly, may it be difficult, and may your graceless stupidity and superstition die with you.

Raise a glass, people.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#186674 Mar 17, 2014
Scrutiny wrote:
Fred Phelps, Westboro Baptist Church Founder, Is 'On The Edge Of Death'
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/16/fred...
Good things happen occasionally. Receiving the death of a charlatan and cult leader is one of the unquestionable improvements to America.
There is no healing the pain, suffering and misery he has brought to multiple innocent American families. The shame he has brought our culture is certain and I am not sure you can ever "repair" such damage.
If there ever was a time to contact the baptist and voice your opinion of their behavior and the impending death of their designer... it is now.
Fuck you Fred.
May you go slowly, may it be difficult, and may your graceless stupidity and superstition die with you.
Raise a glass, people.
LOL... you think THAT was mean? I would escort this particular piece of shit from the Earth myself if given the opportunity.

As a matter of fact...

I think you should reveal yourself.

Identify yourself as someone who could defend such a man.

Have some self respect. Idiot.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#186675 Mar 17, 2014
... didn't think so.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#186676 Mar 17, 2014
Obskeptic wrote:
<quoted text>
The republicans are very likely to win majorities come this election cycle Rogue, but it will have nothing to do with their strategizing. The win will be more by default due to a collective vote against democrats, who have done more to benefit the republicans then the republicans could have organized on their own. Even with the wins, should they materialize, the republicans don't have a clue what they are going to do as they are totally afraid of Barry. All the establishment knows is they hate the tea party just as much as the left does. You are likely to see the democrats put up straw candidates from the libertarian party and even fund tea party campaigns in the primaries in an effort to destabilize the chances of victory and securing a republican majority. I so hope that Harry Reid is defeated though regardless. He is an absolute piece of effing shit , and is the main reason nothing has been accomplished by this congress that would benefit the decent, hard working middle class American or the job opportunities for our young college graduates and black youth.
Can't argue with that.

I have been saying for the last few years that tea party libertarians and progressive liberals should unite... find the common ground and give rise to a real third party.

Has there ever been a more opportune moment?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#186679 Mar 17, 2014
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
Can't argue with that.
I have been saying for the last few years that tea party libertarians and progressive liberals should unite... find the common ground and give rise to a real third party.
Has there ever been a more opportune moment?
And Obskeptic tells of the "piece of effing shit" Harry Read without even mentioning the feckless do-nothing speaker of the House John Boehner whose Republican majority track record is as empty as a birther brain, he who was led around by the nose by a bunch of rabid Tea Party Obama haters who, for absolutely nothing but spite for the president, brought the great USA to the verge of bankruptcy, to its kness. "Piece of shit" indeed sounds like a pot of gold at rainbow's end compared to the majority Republican House and its speaker.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#186680 Mar 17, 2014
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
Can't argue with that.
I have been saying for the last few years that tea party libertarians and progressive liberals should unite... find the common ground and give rise to a real third party.
Has there ever been a more opportune moment?
If ever you had wanted to supremely insult progressive liberals, you couldn't have said it better in a million years. Mixing the vomit of humanity with pheasant on glass. Bravo.
wojar

Bristol, CT

#186681 Mar 17, 2014
Obskeptic wrote:
<quoted text>
So a bi-monthly journalism review published by the journalism school at Columbia University is an inferior source to the almighty Woj. Your own admission that you refuse to believe that the main stream media is not tilted towards the left, but Fox is prejudicial to the right is evidence enough for anyone with even a modicum of common sense, coupled with information that is easily researched and available, that like many liberals, you declare it, so it is so. I so enjoy your insults Woj. It pleasures me to know that I am able to enrage you with such ease by simply disagreeing with you and presenting facts that you refuse to accept. What a small, simple, and closed mind you have for being the arrogantly educated fool that you are.
Huh? Inferior source? ObMORON is hallucinating again. He still cannot point to the place in the article he cited that allegedly says the media is "left wing". The idiot attempts to distract us from his first hallucination by fabricating another. Pathetic.
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
Let me remind you of what you said:
<quoted text>
Now where in the article you quoted does COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SAY THAT THE MEDIA IS LEFT WING?
Can't you read? This is effing pathetic!
wojar

Bristol, CT

#186682 Mar 17, 2014
Obskeptic wrote:
<quoted text>
And the self anointed God of truth, upper east coast liberal has declared Rogues point moot, as the only acceptable points that can be made are the ones that repeat the liberal talking points established by the powers that be. To challenge those points demands juvenile name calling responses. Saul Alinsky's rule #12 is the go to response for all liberals. You're a child Woj. Nothing but an immature, little child pretending to be a man.
And another fool thinks that an isolated snow storm is a 'point'.
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>The Rougetard thinks he made a point?

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#186683 Mar 17, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
And Obskeptic tells of the "piece of effing shit" Harry Read without even mentioning the feckless do-nothing speaker of the House John Boehner whose Republican majority track record is as empty as a birther brain, he who was led around by the nose by a bunch of rabid Tea Party Obama haters who, for absolutely nothing but spite for the president, brought the great USA to the verge of bankruptcy, to its kness. "Piece of shit" indeed sounds like a pot of gold at rainbow's end compared to the majority Republican House and its speaker.
And... I can't argue with that either J.

The tea party realizes something has to change. Progressive liberals are tired of shit too.

And it is for the very reason that for every Reid there is a Boehner. For every Soros there is a Carl Rove... that common ground exist and needs to be expanded.

Funny how you all plainly recognize evil when it is coming from the other side of the fence.

If I were to give you and Obskeptic 10 black balls a piece. And allowed you to remove the ten people each from the political arena...

I would guarantee a better field. But bastards abound. It is the system that seems flawed to me... and it is a far cry from the ideals that found us.

There are two ways to overcome the six of one, half dozen of another problem we face.

Internally and externally.

A third party must acquire a certain percentage of the vote before they can be legally taken seriously. What that means is they have to raise money... money talks.

The tea party may lack in some areas but money isn't one of them. Progressive liberals will bring them the numbers they so desperately need. If they could put down their signs for a few hrs and think it over... it is a no brainer.

They have enough in common to congeal... it may not be the perfect marriage but they are in a rather unique position to steal the show. Worry about hating each other later.

The only other solution I think is likely an external solution. So, if you aren't talking revolution... option A seems worth a shot.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#186684 Mar 17, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
It's origin is French, "Comportement" with the additional "e".It's how one comports oneself.
lol

Didn't anyone ever tell you about using the word you are defining in the definition?

"What does comportment mean?"

- Well, it is how one comports one's self.

"Outstanding, now I have to look up two words."

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#186685 Mar 17, 2014
If you examine it objectively... the Tea party and progressive liberals... aren't that far apart as far as ideology.

Very modest compromise would make for a pretty tough platform.

You would not only have a new party, but what I would wager a fairly instantaneous landslide victory.

More people will jump on that bandwagon than you would imagine. MOST Americans will identify themselves as moderates. And your new party just swept up the entire center of the political spectrum.

Suddenly, the Republicans and Democrats become extremist by definition and you are the voice of reason. Who hasn't been holding their breath for it?

You are a savvy talk radio host away from office... you will likely take 20% of the house seats and a few senate seats in the first 2 years.

Then all you have to do is what you said you were going to do.

It seriously can't fail without internal sabotage.

You want to bitch and moan that your new partners differ on the death penalty.... fine, but do it while being in charge.
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#186686 Mar 18, 2014
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>And... I can't argue with that either J.

The tea party realizes something has to change. Progressive liberals are tired of shit too.

And it is for the very reason that for every Reid there is a Boehner. For every Soros there is a Carl Rove... that common ground exist and needs to be expanded.

Funny how you all plainly recognize evil when it is coming from the other side of the fence.

If I were to give you and Obskeptic 10 black balls a piece. And allowed you to remove the ten people each from the political arena...

I would guarantee a better field. But bastards abound. It is the system that seems flawed to me... and it is a far cry from the ideals that found us.

There are two ways to overcome the six of one, half dozen of another problem we face.

Internally and externally.

A third party must acquire a certain percentage of the vote before they can be legally taken seriously. What that means is they have to raise money... money talks.

The tea party may lack in some areas but money isn't one of them. Progressive liberals will bring them the numbers they so desperately need. If they could put down their signs for a few hrs and think it over... it is a no brainer.

They have enough in common to congeal... it may not be the perfect marriage but they are in a rather unique position to steal the show. Worry about hating each other later.

The only other solution I think is likely an external solution. So, if you aren't talking revolution... option A seems worth a shot.
S - while I generally agree with your sentiment I can only shake my head at the futility of talking about trying to find common ground to a gaggle of fools who view absolutely every issue through a myopic "us v them" lens. At the end of the day blind party loyalty trumps sanity

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#186687 Mar 18, 2014
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
And... I can't argue with that either J.
The tea party realizes something has to change. Progressive liberals are tired of shit too.
And it is for the very reason that for every Reid there is a Boehner. For every Soros there is a Carl Rove... that common ground exist and needs to be expanded.
Funny how you all plainly recognize evil when it is coming from the other side of the fence.
If I were to give you and Obskeptic 10 black balls a piece. And allowed you to remove the ten people each from the political arena...
I would guarantee a better field. But bastards abound. It is the system that seems flawed to me... and it is a far cry from the ideals that found us.
There are two ways to overcome the six of one, half dozen of another problem we face.
Internally and externally.
A third party must acquire a certain percentage of the vote before they can be legally taken seriously. What that means is they have to raise money... money talks.
The tea party may lack in some areas but money isn't one of them. Progressive liberals will bring them the numbers they so desperately need. If they could put down their signs for a few hrs and think it over... it is a no brainer.
They have enough in common to congeal... it may not be the perfect marriage but they are in a rather unique position to steal the show. Worry about hating each other later.
The only other solution I think is likely an external solution. So, if you aren't talking revolution... option A seems worth a shot.
Your long-winded presentation can easily be resumed in these words, YOUR words : "Funny how you all plainly recognize evil when it is coming from the other side of the fence."

It's hilarious. I'm surprised, I admit it. Surprised that you cannot distinguish between "evil" and "moronic". You see, I never spoke or even hinted "evil" when qualifying the tea party. I 've always spoken incompetence, stupidity, hate and spiteful. Add moronic. Evil? So be it, if that's how you want to label progressives - it's easy, gratis and untrue. Nonetheless, far better "evil" as it's less dangerous than the 4 aforementioned tea party traits. Oh, I forgot. Intelligence, smarts, two unknown tea party qualities - and plenty around for progressives.

Reid to Boehner, Soros to Rove? Have you blown a casket?

Lastly, and this is disturbing, teaming me with Obskeptic and the 10 black balls? Shows that a superior scientific brain, namely yours, will often lack a basic knowledge of human nature. We've been cool, you and me, in spite of some reasonable disagreements. I can't figure why the unexpected insults.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#186688 Mar 18, 2014
gasket. well, casket too
Obskeptic

Farmington, MI

#186689 Mar 18, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
A Columbia professor said he was brilliant, some of his fellow students said he participated well in academic discussions. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law, and was a lecturer in Constitutional Law at U Chicago. But a flunky from the Midwest has decided that he is average until he sees his grades. The old birfoon "I'm right until I get the particular poof I want." Pathetic.
Where again is the "I have a pen and a phone" clause in the constitution Woj? Or maybe the clause where he is granted the power to change a law at his discretion over 35 times without the consent of congress? Yeah, he's a constitutional scholar alright. His brilliance really shines through when the TelPrompTer gets turned off. The same one he needed to speak to a class of elementary school students.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#186690 Mar 18, 2014
Obskeptic wrote:
<quoted text>
Where again is the "I have a pen and a phone" clause in the constitution Woj? Or maybe the clause where he is granted the power to change a law at his discretion over 35 times without the consent of congress? Yeah, he's a constitutional scholar alright. His brilliance really shines through when the TelPrompTer gets turned off. The same one he needed to speak to a class of elementary school students.
Get off the pot, quit obfuscating and come up with the Columbia school of journalism word, sentence , paragraph, text, where it says most of the mass media are liberal. Or just admit that 1) you were wrong or 2) you made it up.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#186691 Mar 18, 2014
Obskeptic wrote:
<quoted text>
Where again is the "I have a pen and a phone" clause in the constitution Woj? Or maybe the clause where he is granted the power to change a law at his discretion over 35 times without the consent of congress? Yeah, he's a constitutional scholar alright. His brilliance really shines through when the TelPrompTer gets turned off. The same one he needed to speak to a class of elementary school students.
And the flunky who knows jack sh-- about executive branch discretion demonstrates his sheer ignorance again.

“In deciding whether a given agency delay is reasonable, current law tells courts to consider whether expedited action could adversely affect ‘higher or competing’ agency priorities, and whether other interests could be "prejudiced by the delay.’”

"Chief Justice William Rehnquist in a leading case on this subject, Heckler v. Chaney, courts must respect an agency's presumptively superior grasp of "the many variables involved in the proper ordering of its priorities." Chief Justice Rehnquist suggested that courts could lose their deference to Executive Branch judgment if an "agency has consciously and expressly adopted a general policy that is so extreme as to amount to an abdication of its statutory responsibilities." The Obama Administration has not and is not about to abdicate its responsibility to implement the statute on whose success his historical legacy will most centrally depend."

http://tinyurl.com/n2ka23o
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
A Columbia professor said he was brilliant, some of his fellow students said he participated well in academic discussions. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law, and was a lecturer in Constitutional Law at U Chicago. But a flunky from the Midwest has decided that he is average until he sees his grades. The old birfoon "I'm right until I get the particular poof I want." Pathetic.
Obskeptic

Farmington, MI

#186692 Mar 18, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
And the flunky who knows jack sh-- about executive branch discretion demonstrates his sheer ignorance again.
“In deciding whether a given agency delay is reasonable, current law tells courts to consider whether expedited action could adversely affect ‘higher or competing’ agency priorities, and whether other interests could be "prejudiced by the delay.’”
"Chief Justice William Rehnquist in a leading case on this subject, Heckler v. Chaney, courts must respect an agency's presumptively superior grasp of "the many variables involved in the proper ordering of its priorities." Chief Justice Rehnquist suggested that courts could lose their deference to Executive Branch judgment if an "agency has consciously and expressly adopted a general policy that is so extreme as to amount to an abdication of its statutory responsibilities." The Obama Administration has not and is not about to abdicate its responsibility to implement the statute on whose success his historical legacy will most centrally depend."
http://tinyurl.com/n2ka23o
<quoted text>
Brilliant Woj! So what your citing is the reality that it took over two hundred years and the "modern court" to find that sweet little kernel in the text our founding fathers wrote for us. I'm sure Madison and Jefferson would be in absolute agreement with you all on that one. Checks and balances, what were those again? Maybe we should ask Sheila Jackson Lee. As for you and Jacques, the fact you can't see what has become of "journalism" and the free press is your own ignorance, not mine. Maybe you should get rid of the rose colored glasses or turn the the telescope back around the correct way.

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