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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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Since: May 10

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#191436 May 25, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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You're nuts. I said Jesus ignored slavery. Why? It didn''t bother him? As to abortion and gay rights, I wonder why he never mentioned those. Do you know why?
I told you I was for free choice, not necessarily abortion. Learn to read English, please. You're for capital punishment and killing anyone who unlawfully enters your house. But against abortion. Figure that one out. The state, as it proved two weeks ago, doesn't even know how to put a man to death. 6 people died in Santa Barbara today. Guns.Yet you want more guns. Abortion and gays - more dangerous than your beloved guns? Sure.
Tell us, was there a Gospel according to Jesus? NO! Is there anything that actually has the writing of Jesus? NO! Why the writers of the Gospels did not write down everything Jesus said I have no idea. Maybe he did say something about slavery that was not recorded.
Ah, there were NINE victims of that murderer at Santa Barbara and the first three where stabbed to death. Did he use a 9mm knife or a 44 Magnum knife?
And since California does not allow good citizens to carry guns yet at the same time will not disarm crazy people, how will good citizens defend themselves? Where are the cops when you need one. Oh, I know, the town of Hampton here in Florida one out of every 25 city residents are cops.
https://www.google.com/search...
But they only write speeding tickets along U.S. Hwy 301!!! Yep, the town of Hampton has only a quarter mile of frontage along Hwy 301 but they write dozens of speeding tickets each day.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Hampton,+FL... @29.864281,-82.141607,15z/data =!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x88e6013b aa6175d7:0x62db8f3fd3689569
Oh, Hampton is MISSING a quarter million dollar$ from their city coffers? Hummmmm?????

Since: May 10

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#191437 May 25, 2014
loose cannon wrote:
Rogue,
Incompetency at the VA is as old as the VA itself.
Delays and mismanagement are nothing new.
I did a rotation through Hines VA in Maywood years ago. About twenty years pre-9/11 as a matter of fact.
What a dump.
Soooo, you where part of the problem, took the money and runaway to nowhere island..

Since: May 10

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#191438 May 25, 2014
loose cannon wrote:
Did you know that HInes VA used to be an airport which Charles LIndburgh flew in and out of delivering Air Mail?
I bet you did not know that.
I could tell you a lot of things about HInes VA.
Who was Roosevelt Field, NY named after? It was the field that Limburgh took off from for his flight to Paris. Why did he almost crash on takeoff?

Since: May 10

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#191439 May 25, 2014
The Spirit of St Louis only took off once with a full load of fuel and that was when he took off for Paris. His plane had a 225 hp engine and the take off weight was 5,100 pounds whereas my plane has a 235 hp engine and fully loaded weighs only 2,800 lbs.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#191440 May 25, 2014
LRS wrote:
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You really don't understand what you read, do you? Show me where I said the craft they saw were inspired by aliens. You can't because I didn't make any such claim! You have absolutely no idea what I'm talking about. Period. You and joko have the exact same problem with assumptions, mainly, they're always incorrect!
Really, romper, you need to do better than that. "The craft they saw" flying through the air?

Pray tell, the ancient Egyptians saw a craft flying through the air that wasn't from space aliens?

Was it from the engineers on Atlantis?

Hahahahahahahahaha! Problem with assumptions? What irony!

The problem about Romper is the HE has no idea what HE is talking about.
wojar wrote:
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Sure, Romper, you posted the link suggesting ancient artifacts shaped somewhat like aircraft were inspired by alien spacecrafts, and defended them when I scoffed at it because you didn't believe it?
Hahahahahahahahahahahaha!
Romper: "[W]hat were the ancients seeing in the air with vertical tails? Look at ancient glyphics, planes, helicopter, spacesuits, etc., these people were seeing something that wasn't normal to them."
Hahahahahahahahahahahaha!

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#191441 May 25, 2014
Most people don't know about the partnership that was cemented between the Jesuits and the Feds which helps to ensure the proper care of American service personel.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#191442 May 25, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Tell us, was there a Gospel according to Jesus? NO! Is there anything that actually has the writing of Jesus? NO! Why the writers of the Gospels did not write down everything Jesus said I have no idea. Maybe he did say something about slavery that was not recorded.
Ah, there were NINE victims of that murderer at Santa Barbara and the first three where stabbed to death. Did he use a 9mm knife or a 44 Magnum knife?
And since California does not allow good citizens to carry guns yet at the same time will not disarm crazy people, how will good citizens defend themselves? Where are the cops when you need one. Oh, I know, the town of Hampton here in Florida one out of every 25 city residents are cops.
https://www.google.com/search...
But they only write speeding tickets along U.S. Hwy 301!!! Yep, the town of Hampton has only a quarter mile of frontage along Hwy 301 but they write dozens of speeding tickets each day.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Hampton,+FL... @29.864281,-82.141607,15z/data =!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x88e6013b aa6175d7:0x62db8f3fd3689569
Oh, Hampton is MISSING a quarter million dollar$ from their city coffers? Hummmmm?????
You incredibly wrote : "Tell us, was there a Gospel according to Jesus? NO! Is there anything that actually has the writing of Jesus? NO! Why the writers of the Gospels did not write down everything Jesus said I have no idea. Maybe he did say something about slavery that was not recorded."

Before I comment, would you like to review that?

As to the killings, and I do NOT rejoice as you would had they happened in Canada, it's so sad. Do tell us all why this sort of rampage, with exceptions here and there, happen only in the U.S. if we set aside war and civil war? Why not here, or in France, the UK, Germany, Singapore, Sydney, etc? Yes, they've had some, but regularly? Check out their murder by firearms numbers.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#191443 May 25, 2014
wojar wrote:
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Really, romper, you need to do better than that. "The craft they saw" flying through the air?
Pray tell, the ancient Egyptians saw a craft flying through the air that wasn't from space aliens?
Was it from the engineers on Atlantis?
Hahahahahahahahaha! Problem with assumptions? What irony!
The problem about Romper is the HE has no idea what HE is talking about.
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We're so sorry you don't get it, Uncle Albert!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#191444 May 25, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Who was Roosevelt Field, NY named after? It was the field that Limburgh took off from for his flight to Paris. Why did he almost crash on takeoff?
Stop it already with your phoney professorial and stupid questions. Go regale your Waffle House captive audience who're paid to be nice - or else.

Since: May 10

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#191445 May 25, 2014
Ah, he's from New Hampshire! That should tell you everything you need to know and why he is so different from most other Republicans.
Oh, Jim Rubens is running a distant third in the polls so it is highly unlikely he will get past the primary election next month and the what? Will that stop Global Cooling?

Meet The Only Republican Senate Candidate Who Touts His Belief In Global Warming: 05/23/2014

WASHINGTON -- You probably have no idea who Jim Rubens is. Nor should you, really. Even the most politically savvy observer would struggle to name every obscure candidate running in a primary for a U.S. Senate seat. And that, certainly, is what Rubens is as he embarks on his long-shot campaign -- obscure.

But Rubens, who is running against former Sen. Scott Brown in the GOP primary in New Hampshire, does hold a remarkable distinction that could - perhaps, should - make him a more familiar name. Of the 107 Republicans currently running for Senate as of this week, he is the only one whose website declares that global warming exists and is caused by human activity.

"Trust me," he says of his position, "it is the most difficult part of my campaign."
The Huffington Post reviewed the campaign websites of every Republican candidate running for Senate in the 31 states where elections are being held. Of those:

83 either ignored the issue entirely, or listed the reasons they oppose environmental regulations more broadly;
17 had no website to speak of or had sites under construction;
Two directly questioned whether global warming is actually happening;
One candidate made a YouTube video that features him sitting at a desk in front of a taxidermied buffalo head and a bear pelt, declaring, "I am environmentally responsible. But that being said, I do not believe we have to sacrifice our economy at the altar of environmentalism, and that is exactly what's going on here";
One candidate posted an ode to his state's "flora, fauna, mountains and rivers" but didn't take a policy position;
One candidate, Brian Goldberg of New Jersey, said that the science behind "man made" global warming was not yet "settled" but that it was prudent to address the issue; and,
One candidate, Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), promoted her support for environmental regulations on her Senate website but not on her campaign website.

And then there is Rubens, who not only has a section on global warming on his website, but who actively talks about the issue on the trail.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/23/repu...

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#191446 May 25, 2014
And, BTW, the vertical fin of a fish, as suggested by Scrutiny, puts the lie to the notion that the ancients must have seen something unusual flying in the air.

But according to Romper, such an observation is only for the narrow minded because it busts his bogus half-baked assumption.

Since: May 10

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#191447 May 25, 2014
loose cannon wrote:
Most people don't know about the partnership that was cemented between the Jesuits and the Feds which helps to ensure the proper care of American service personel.
You mean like Chaplain Aloysius P. McGonigal who had diner at our house in 1967 just before he went to Vietnam? What was an ARMY chaplain doing with the Marines? Maybe God told him that was were he was needed! He was a Jesuit and Patrick J. Buchanan was one of his students at Georgetown.

http://www.tfp.org/tfp-home/focus-on-history/...

Since: May 10

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#191448 May 25, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Who was Roosevelt Field, NY named after? It was the field that Limburgh took off from for his flight to Paris. Why did he almost crash on takeoff?
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Stop it already with your phoney professorial and stupid questions. Go regale your Waffle House captive audience who're paid to be nice - or else.
Ah, I was not the one who started the Limburgh questions this morning.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#191449 May 25, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Stop it already with your phoney professorial and stupid questions. Go regale your Waffle House captive audience who're paid to be nice - or else.
LMAO! Joko issues a threat!!! "Or else". LMAO! Or else what, joko? LMAO! You may very well be the biggest hypocrite in the world. Either that, or, you don't know what you stand for and what you don't! Now, hurry up and grow a forehead.
Afro-Euro-Americ an Prez

Jacksonville, FL

#191450 May 25, 2014
wojar wrote:
And, BTW, the vertical fin of a fish, as suggested by Scrutiny, puts the lie to the notion that the ancients must have seen something unusual flying in the air.
But according to Romper, such an observation is only for the narrow minded because it busts his bogus half-baked assumption.
Flying fish, why that is imposable.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#191451 May 25, 2014
wojar wrote:
And, BTW, the vertical fin of a fish, as suggested by Scrutiny, puts the lie to the notion that the ancients must have seen something unusual flying in the air.
But according to Romper, such an observation is only for the narrow minded because it busts his bogus half-baked assumption.
The only thing busted is you, glotard. You don't know what I meant. At all! Whether you believe it or not is irrelevant, at best. Sorry glotard, once again, your assumption was/is incorrect. I keep telling you about making assumptions! But, you know better, right? LMAO! Fact is, right now, you're clueless. Got anymore Viagra trips planned? What a load you are.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#191452 May 25, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Who was Roosevelt Field, NY named after? It was the field that Limburgh took off from for his flight to Paris. Why did he almost crash on takeoff?
<quoted text>
Ah, I was not the one who started the Limburgh questions this morning.
And how does that justify your inane questions?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#191453 May 25, 2014
LRS wrote:
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LMAO! Joko issues a threat!!! "Or else". LMAO! Or else what, joko? LMAO! You may very well be the biggest hypocrite in the world. Either that, or, you don't know what you stand for and what you don't! Now, hurry up and grow a forehead.
or else they'll get a reprimand or fired. Fool. No reading progress I see.

YOU make threats, remember?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#191454 May 25, 2014
LRS wrote:
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The kid was sick. But, don't worry about that, huh? When are you going to realize that a gun is merely a tool! Save your rant about knives, etc. We're tired of hearing that crap. Tonight, at dinner, my date and myself were talking about that very shooting. And, you know what joko, the word "gun" was never mentioned. We were more focused on the individual than the damn TOOL used! BTW, what in the hell does "free choice" mean? Can't say I've ever heard of that classification. The answer is obvious, please don't elaborate. TIA
BTW, how'd he get his hands on that (those) gun(s)?
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#191455 May 25, 2014
Afro-Euro-American Prez wrote:
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Flying fish, why that is imposable.
Now Glotard thinks I was talking about flying fish! Lay off the cid for awhile, glo! LMAO!

Yes, yes, just the other day I was sitting on the porch and a beautiful 10lb largemouth flew right by me. Just a flapping his wings like crazy! LMAO!!!

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