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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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Scottsburg, IN

#186895 Mar 21, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>OMG, and not one justice's opinion even mentioned any points from Zollo the Clown's brief. According to Rougetard logic that is a loophole major!
Even the "Decending" opinion (got to love Orly) admits that the case is moot If that isn't a giant loophole then there isn't one to be found

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#186897 Mar 21, 2014
Grand Birther wrote:
My goodness, Rogue really ought to be embarrassed, but I doubt he is capable of the introspection and lacks the self-awareness to actually be able to feel shame.
That reminds me of a study published over 10 years ago wherein it was found that a very large proportion (perhaps a majority, I don't recall) of the most confident people lacked the self awareness to realize they are incompetent. I first learned of the study in the Tuesday Science Section of the New York Times , so it must be false ("Loony-Lefty"), according to Rougetards.

Rouge Moron, Dufus Dale, and the Bayou Birfoon come to mind as exemplars.

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#186898 Mar 21, 2014
But where is Barrack Obama on this list?

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Bristol, CT

#186899 Mar 21, 2014
But if you're a Birfoon, for "all intensive purposes" all that matters is that Mark Twain said there is no point in arguing with liberals.

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#186900 Mar 21, 2014
Grand Birther wrote:
My goodness, Rogue really ought to be embarrassed, but I doubt he is capable of the introspection and lacks the self-awareness to actually be able to feel shame.
My goodness, Grand Birfer really ought to be embarrassed, but I doubt he is capable of the introspection and lacks the self-awareness to actually be able to feel humility.

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#186901 Mar 21, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
That reminds me of a study published over 10 years ago wherein it was found that a very large proportion (perhaps a majority, I don't recall) of the most confident people lacked the self awareness to realize they are incompetent. I first learned of the study in the Tuesday Science Section of the New York Times , so it must be false ("Loony-Lefty"), according to Rougetards.
Rouge Moron, Dufus Dale, and the Bayou Birfoon come to mind as exemplars.
Then why is Barrack Obama not among the top 50 leaders in this world?

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#186902 Mar 21, 2014
No one has ever explained what Barrack Obama did in 2008 to get the Nobel Peace Prize? Being the first half-black president of the United States is no real accomplishment for HIM!

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#186903 Mar 21, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
That reminds me of a study published over 10 years ago wherein it was found that a very large proportion (perhaps a majority, I don't recall) of the most confident people lacked the self awareness to realize they are incompetent. I first learned of the study in the Tuesday Science Section of the New York Times , so it must be false ("Loony-Lefty"), according to Rougetards.
Rouge Moron, Dufus Dale, and the Bayou Birfoon come to mind as exemplars.
Shirley you can show us a link to that study?
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Indianapolis, IN

#186904 Mar 21, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Shirley you can show us a link to that study?
It was right next to that giant loophole that only Rouge could see.
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Indianapolis, IN

#186905 Mar 21, 2014
By the way Rouge - did you notice that the majority of the AL Supremes "denied without opinion"? That one word "no" sure has a lot of loopholes doesn't it? Hahahahahaha

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

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#186906 Mar 21, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
That reminds me of a study published over 10 years ago wherein it was found that a very large proportion (perhaps a majority, I don't recall) of the most confident people lacked the self awareness to realize they are incompetent. I first learned of the study in the Tuesday Science Section of the New York Times , so it must be false ("Loony-Lefty"), according to Rougetards.
Rouge Moron, Dufus Dale, and the Bayou Birfoon come to mind as exemplars.
That sounds like a brilliant study. I think they may have got the percentage a bit low.

I knew a guy who went to Harvard. I ran his restaurant when I was a kid.(cooking is chemistry) Long before college. He was an italian guy and insisted upon making his own "house" dressing. I didn't think it was that great....whatever, I had other things to worry about.

One day I kind of freaked out because there was this giant glass bottle of italian dressing sitting on its cap about a foot over my head. Real thick glass. Tiny neck with a wide body.

I was in awe. Who in the hell would do such a thing? I decided the only logical conclusion was that one of my wait staff was trying to kill someone.

Well, the owner walks in while I am verbally accosting the present staff... and he interrupts me to admit to balancing this monstrosity 7 feet in the air.

That is when a Harvard graduate explained to me that he stored the bottle upside down so that the seasoning would not sink to the bottom.

I told him it was a fantastic idea, just put the bottle below eye level.

Wow.

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#186907 Mar 21, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Ah, were in our Constitution that anyone has a right to unlimited health care? Even Obamacare does not give you that right. All Obamacare does is it gives the 99% the same very limited health care plan similar to the care provided by our VA to our military vets.
Oh, the 1%ers will always go where they want, and pay wnat ever they want, for the health care they can afford. Just remember David Beckham went to Finland to get hi$ Achille$ tendon repaired.
Grand Birther wrote:
<quoted text>
Rogue Moron, since when did anyone demand the "right to unlimited health care?"
Why do you need to make things up? Are you looking for reasons to remain a misinformed bigot?
Well, they promised us AFFORDABLE health care and Obamacare is anything but affordable!
Britegirl

Waukesha, WI

#186908 Mar 21, 2014
Churchlady wrote:
<quoted text>I am sure he will be granted immunity in Kenyan-born Obama's impeachment trials=[congress already has one hundred(100) articles written up waiting to be forwarded]. Then comes the removal, nullifying and Firing Squad. If this doesn't happen then you can be sure Obama is indeed the antichrist awaiting his so-called "fatal-blow".
So what if Mr. Obama was born in Kenya and had to deceive the whole world about it. The end justifies the means. Now the homeless and jobless can get healthcare and those crazy birthers can leave tbeir tinfoil hats at the mental clinic's door. Those people in Russia, Crimea, Israel and Iran mean nothing to me. Our money is better invested in Foodstamps and Pit Bull rescue. Mr. Obama's wife was never a boy either.

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The internet

#186909 Mar 21, 2014
Sorry misread the 10 years as percentage... When I read fast I do crap like that all the time.

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#186910 Mar 21, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
They (Congress) relied on misleading reports from the CIA which Dumbya had insisted upon. Pathetic. Dumbya subverted the CIA to provide false analyses in the same way Stalin forced the NKGB to produce intelligence reports to conform to his paranoid delusions.
Telling is a memorandum from Gorbachev on "the impermissibility of distortions of the factual state of affairs in messages and informational reports sent to the Central Committee of the CPSU and other ruling bodies."
Amazing, Gorby was trying to get reliable information, trying to get away from sycophantic reporting, and Bush, later was moving toward sycophantic reporting where intelligence reports should be tailored to the predisposition of the head of state.
And did Dubya subvert the Brits, Frenchies, Germans, Poles, Ruskies and the Israelis too? Oh, Congress investigated and did not come to that conclusion!!! You need to stop reading Spy vs. Spy in Mad magazine.

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#186911 Mar 21, 2014
Hmmmmm!!!!

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Since: Jul 12

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#186912 Mar 21, 2014
BTW.... THAT was the coolest job I ever had.

I was 17, still at home so I didn't have to pay for much.

I was far too young to be running a restaurant so he couldn't technically put me on the books. Especially considering it had a bar. He would pay me with a guitar, or a computer... whatever I wanted... and give me just enough cash to be ok. At the end of the year he gave me his motorcycle.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#186913 Mar 21, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
But where is Barrack Obama on this list?
Fortune ranks the World's 50 Greatest Leaders - CNN Money
money.cnn.com/.../leadership/.../worlds-best-... ;
CNNMoney
by Geoff Colvin - in 64 Google+ circles
2 days ago - The World's 50 Greatest Leaders. In an era that feels starved for leadership, we've found men and women who will inspire you -- some famous,...
With that list and $2.00 Rougetard can ride on the bus.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#186914 Mar 21, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
And did Dubya subvert the Brits, Frenchies, Germans, Poles, Ruskies and the Israelis too? Oh, Congress investigated and did not come to that conclusion!!! You need to stop reading Spy vs. Spy in Mad magazine.
Duh! The US Congresspersons you mentioned relied on CIA assessments, and reports derived therefrom.

Got Alzheimer's?
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
They (Congress) relied on misleading reports from the CIA which Dumbya had insisted upon. Pathetic. Dumbya subverted the CIA to provide false analyses in the same way Stalin forced the NKGB to produce intelligence reports to conform to his paranoid delusions.
Telling is a memorandum from Gorbachev on "the impermissibility of distortions of the factual state of affairs in messages and informational reports sent to the Central Committee of the CPSU and other ruling bodies."
Amazing, Gorby was trying to get reliable information, trying to get away from sycophantic reporting, and Bush, later was moving toward sycophantic reporting where intelligence reports should be tailored to the predisposition of the head of state.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#186915 Mar 21, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Then why is Barrack Obama not among the top 50 leaders in this world?
Rougetard's question has nothing to do with my post.

BTW, only a fool would say that Barack Obama is not among the top 50 leaders of this world, but of course, Rougetard read a list in a friggin' magazine that had a top 50 list.

Pathetic.
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
That reminds me of a study published over 10 years ago wherein it was found that a very large proportion (perhaps a majority, I don't recall) of the most confident people lacked the self awareness to realize they are incompetent. I first learned of the study in the Tuesday Science Section of the New York Times , so it must be false ("Loony-Lefty"), according to Rougetards.
Rouge Moron, Dufus Dale, and the Bayou Birfoon come to mind as exemplars.

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