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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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#192775 Jun 8, 2014
This is an example why the Libtards should really be worried about another El Nino. You see, we have been in a mild La Nina for the past few years and that puts the Hot Spot near New Zealand and the current head south, just east of New Zealand and hits Antarctica right at about where the Ross Sea is.(see link)
http://nsidc.org/icelights/files/2014/01/Anta...

Now, when there is a La Nina, the Ross Sea is warmer than normal and the Ross Sea Ice Shelf shirks. But when there is a El Nino, the Ross Sea Ice Shelf will grow back to normal.
Now, the question is, is the sea ice around Antarctica shrinking or growing. Well, since 1986 it has been growing and we are not at an all time high recording (since records have been keep, 1977)

So how are you Libtards explain the Ross Sea Ice Shelf when it starts to grow. Remember, they are just entering the Southern Hemisphere Winter months.

Since: May 10

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#192776 Jun 8, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Did you ever get a job from a poor person?
wojar wrote:
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Small business owners are the super rich?
No,,,,,, but neither are they POOR!!!
Spoken like a true Libtard!!!

Since: May 10

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#192777 Jun 8, 2014
scirocco wrote:
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Yes we need more laws...
PolitiFact: Yes, more people murdered with knives, body parts and blunt objects than rifles
http://hotair.com/greenroom/archives/2013/01/...
Yep, but we can't have a rifle that has a bayonet lug because bayonets are, are, are, well, you know, evil. Even though there has never been a record of anyone ever having been murdered by bayoneting!!!
Same goes for flash suppressors and pistol grips. They do not make any gun more lethal.
Oh, most Libtards think that Flash suppressors hide the mussel flash from the people being shot at when they are designed so the shooter is not blinded when he fires his weapon.
Believe me, when you are being shot at, you can see the mussel flash! Bean there, done that.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#192778 Jun 8, 2014
LRS wrote:
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Whine, whine, whine! They're rich, they should give me some of their money. LMAO! Pathetic. Whine, whine, whine!
And Bayou Romper is a multi-billionaire in his own mind.

Since: May 10

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#192779 Jun 8, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
Right on. Small and medium businesses supply the bulk of jobs - not just in the U.S., but all over the world. Mega corporation rich CEOs , their directors, top brass and protected preferred shareholders raid company treasuries, grant themselves huge bonuses and gifted stock options worth millions, yet, contrary to what Rogue reckons,they do NOT own those big corporations, they are but micro minority shareholders. They only act like they own them.
Why did the average CEO and their minions earn an average 10 to 15% salary and benefits increases last year whilst denying basis wage increases totalling less than 2% and benefits? Can't they be honest, share the wealth and still treat employees fairly AND show a profit?
Are you really that stupid? I mean, are you retarded or something?!?
There is a SURPLUS of labor and until the Labor Participation Rate gets higher, wages will remain low.
Now, the reason for all that is we still have not recovered from the Great Recession as Obama's policies are ....... anti-business!!!!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#192780 Jun 8, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Loser. Serf.
I don't want nor need their money. But tell you what, what I do want is a fair shake for workers and no two-level work legislation, ensuring even more hard times and food stamps for new workers while non-owners and minority shareholder CEOs, directors and upper echelon executives reap the fruits of the worker's labour. And last straw, workers aks more than 1% increase in salary, plant moves to Asia or Mexico. Result : Workers out of word and top brass get even more benefits and humongous remunerations. What you don't understand, dolt, is whatever good salary or wages you may have earned during your working lifetime was due entirely to unions and people who risked everything to make it that way. Did you enjoy your 5-day week, your 2 to 3 week vacation, pension, paltry health care benefits? Thank unions and workers who DARED challenge the big boys. That's almost all over now, thanks to clunkheads like you who WHINE , yes, whine, about the ordinary guy.
You think that's okay. Nothing I can do about that.
You do not comprehend the concept of "Capitalism", do you? Who do you think created the business? Who did the engineering, research, development, initial funding, etc? Not the workers. What do the workers have on the line compared to the owner/s? Nothing. Unions killed large corporations for years, forcing them into pension plans they simply couldn't afford. You claim you want a fair shake for the workers, then why do you support Lil "o"? His regulations alone have put millions out of work. The unions, at one time, served a purpose but no longer. They're dead. Thank the unions? For what, causing businesses to close their doors? You are backazzwards, boy. Make no mistake, the whining is coming from you, just as it always does! The subject matter doesn't even matter! You'e a whiner! Period!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#192781 Jun 8, 2014
wojar wrote:
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And Bayou Romper is a multi-billionaire in his own mind.
Nope. Not billions but a few million. You like that, batboy?

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#192782 Jun 8, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Did you ever get a job from a poor person?
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No,,,,,, but neither are they POOR!!!
Spoken like a true Libtard!!!
So what? The rise in income inequality is led by the super rich and corporate fat cats, not the big fish in a small pond.

America is no longer the land of opportunity as upward mobility is less here than in some other countries, including Canada and Western Europe, and getting a job from a poor person has absolutely nothing to do with it.

"Ever get a job from a poor person?"

As usual, Rouge doesn't have a question worth a damn.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#192783 Jun 8, 2014
LRS wrote:
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You do not comprehend the concept of "Capitalism", do you? Who do you think created the business? Who did the engineering, research, development, initial funding, etc? Not the workers. What do the workers have on the line compared to the owner/s? Nothing. Unions killed large corporations for years, forcing them into pension plans they simply couldn't afford. You claim you want a fair shake for the workers, then why do you support Lil "o"? His regulations alone have put millions out of work. The unions, at one time, served a purpose but no longer. They're dead. Thank the unions? For what, causing businesses to close their doors? You are backazzwards, boy. Make no mistake, the whining is coming from you, just as it always does! The subject matter doesn't even matter! You'e a whiner! Period!
You think the CEO of GE created GE? Really?
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#192784 Jun 8, 2014
wojar wrote:
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So what? The rise in income inequality is led by the super rich and corporate fat cats, not the big fish in a small pond.
America is no longer the land of opportunity as upward mobility is less here than in some other countries, including Canada and Western Europe, and getting a job from a poor person has absolutely nothing to do with it.
"Ever get a job from a poor person?"
As usual, Rouge doesn't have a question worth a damn.
Do you even know what country you are in? By the time Lil "o" leaves office, there will be even more people out of work. Count on it. This fool brings up "income inequality" in a Capitalistic country! LMAO! You're lost, little man. You haven't been here long, have you?
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#192785 Jun 8, 2014
wojar wrote:
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You think the CEO of GE created GE? Really?
Did I say the CEO of GE created GE? Save your attempt at deflection. Fact is, some people deserve to be paid more. That just eats your goat, doesn't it? Then carry your whiney-azz elsewhere! You can't read and comprehend a simple paragraph. Instead, you'd prefer to put words in people's mouths. Twit, it's people like you that drag this country down. I guess being an elite scientist from the 80s didn't pay too well, huh? LMAO! Dumbazz.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#192786 Jun 8, 2014
LRS wrote:
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Did I say the CEO of GE created GE? Save your attempt at deflection. Fact is, some people deserve to be paid more. That just eats your goat, doesn't it? Then carry your whiney-azz elsewhere! You can't read and comprehend a simple paragraph. Instead, you'd prefer to put words in people's mouths. Twit, it's people like you that drag this country down. I guess being an elite scientist from the 80s didn't pay too well, huh? LMAO! Dumbazz.
So the Bayou Moron comes back with another inane "did I say ...."

No moron, you didn't say the management of GE, or of United Technologies, or of Hewlett Packard, or Pfizer, or Apple, or Exxon Mobil, or J&J, or Hoffman La Roche, or even Walmart.

Who did the engineering, research, development? Not the fat cat CEOs and top execs of large corporations.

Looks like Romper does not comprehend the concept of capitalism.
LRS wrote:
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You do not comprehend the concept of "Capitalism", do you? Who do you think created the business? Who did the engineering, research, development, initial funding, etc? Not the workers. What do the workers have on the line compared to the owner/s? Nothing. Unions killed large corporations for years, forcing them into pension plans they simply couldn't afford. You claim you want a fair shake for the workers, then why do you support Lil "o"? His regulations alone have put millions out of work. The unions, at one time, served a purpose but no longer. They're dead. Thank the unions? For what, causing businesses to close their doors? You are backazzwards, boy. Make no mistake, the whining is coming from you, just as it always does! The subject matter doesn't even matter! You'e a whiner! Period!

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#192788 Jun 8, 2014
LRS wrote:
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Did I say the CEO of GE created GE? Save your attempt at deflection. Fact is, some people deserve to be paid more. That just eats your goat, doesn't it? Then carry your whiney-azz elsewhere! You can't read and comprehend a simple paragraph. Instead, you'd prefer to put words in people's mouths. Twit, it's people like you that drag this country down. I guess being an elite scientist from the 80s didn't pay too well, huh? LMAO! Dumbazz.
Got Alzheimer's?
LRS wrote:
Who do you think created the business?

What do the workers have on the line compared to the owner/s? Nothing. Unions killed large corporations for years
Very few large corporations are run by their founders.
wojar wrote:
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You think the CEO of GE created GE? Really?

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#192789 Jun 8, 2014
LRS wrote:
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Do you even know what country you are in? By the time Lil "o" leaves office, there will be even more people out of work. Count on it. This fool brings up "income inequality" in a Capitalistic country! LMAO! You're lost, little man. You haven't been here long, have you?
Bayou Romper thinks the matter of income inequality is not germane to a free enterprise system. It is. It is the increasing gap between the ultra wealthy and the shrinking middle class that is threatening the viability of this country. Without a healthy middle class buying consumer products the entire economy declines. Unlike Bayou Romper, I don't want to see this country become a huge banana republic.
wojar wrote:
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So what? The rise in income inequality is led by the super rich and corporate fat cats, not the big fish in a small pond.
America is no longer the land of opportunity as upward mobility is less here than in some other countries, including Canada and Western Europe, and getting a job from a poor person has absolutely nothing to do with it.
"Ever get a job from a poor person?"
As usual, Rouge doesn't have a question worth a damn.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#192790 Jun 8, 2014
LRS wrote:
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By the time Lil "o" leaves office, there will be even more people out of work. Count on it. You're lost, little man. You haven't been here long, have you?
U.S. recoups jobs lost in recession as economy picks up

The nation finally recouped the 8.7 million jobs lost during the recession, with 8.8 million more people working now than at the trough in February 2010.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/06/us-...

http://tinyurl.com/oudqggl
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#192791 Jun 8, 2014
wojar wrote:
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So the Bayou Moron comes back with another inane "did I say ...."
No moron, you didn't say the management of GE, or of United Technologies, or of Hewlett Packard, or Pfizer, or Apple, or Exxon Mobil, or J&J, or Hoffman La Roche, or even Walmart.
Who did the engineering, research, development? Not the fat cat CEOs and top execs of large corporations.
Looks like Romper does not comprehend the concept of capitalism.
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Sure I do. You're on the bottom on the ladder and you're mad about it. Tough titty! You don't know what the CEOs may or may not have done for the company. You just like to run your mouth. Period. Like joko haram, you're an attentionwhore. LMAO @ U batboy

If income inequality is an issue to you, you are in the wrong country! What part of that does batboy not understand? waa waa waa
Frank

Spokane, WA

#192792 Jun 8, 2014
wojar wrote:
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U.S. recoups jobs lost in recession as economy picks up
The nation finally recouped the 8.7 million jobs lost during the recession, with 8.8 million more people working now than at the trough in February 2010.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/06/us-...
http://tinyurl.com/oudqggl
More people in the United States are out of work now than ever before. The number of people out of work today is much larger than before Obama was chosen to occupy the White House. The number of people on welfare is much higher than before Obama stared occupying the White House. The number of poor people has greatly increased since Obama has been occupying the White House. The percentage of middle income people in the United states has greatly decreased since Obama has been occupying The White House. Obama's favorite, the discrepancy between rich and poor has significantly increased since Obama has been occupying the White House. The cost of health care has significantly increased since Obama has been in the White House and since he signed his legacy piece of legislation. While Obama has been complaining about the lack of opportunity he has been a major part of the increased cost of higher education. Our country has a hypocrite residing in The White House.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#192793 Jun 8, 2014
Actually, what your problem is, is you can't compete in a Capitalistic economy. Again, tough titty!
Frank

Spokane, WA

#192794 Jun 8, 2014
wojar wrote:
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So what? The rise in income inequality is led by the super rich and corporate fat cats, not the big fish in a small pond.
America is no longer the land of opportunity as upward mobility is less here than in some other countries, including Canada and Western Europe, and getting a job from a poor person has absolutely nothing to do with it.
"Ever get a job from a poor person?"
As usual, Rouge doesn't have a question worth a damn.

More people in the United States are out of work now than ever before because of Obama policies. The number of people out of work today is much larger than before Obama was chosen to occupy the White House, because of Obama anti employment policies. The number of people on welfare is much higher than before Obama stared occupying the White House. The number of poor people has greatly increased since Obama has been occupying the White House. The percentage of middle income people in the United states has greatly decreased since Obama has been occupying The White House. Obama's favorite, income inequality, the discrepancy between rich and poor has significantly increased since Obama has been occupying the White House. The cost of health care has significantly increased since Obama has been in the White House and since he signed his legacy piece of legislation,ObamaKare is designed to take more money out of the pockets of the working people. While Obama has been complaining about the lack of opportunity he has been a major part of the increased cost of higher education. Our country has a hypocrite residing in The White House.
Frank

Spokane, WA

#192795 Jun 8, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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And yet, ignoramuses like Rogue, LRS, Frank, Welby etc are armed to the teeth and bow and kowtow, head touching the floor, to the very rich you referred to. Bastard insurance should have some rules attached to it, like background checks, gun licences and, beforehand, gun-handling lessons. How do these rules thwart the 2nd amendment?
Nope, don't agree, but matters not, you have a classy/intelligent way of putting it.
Some one was stabbed to death Saturday a few blocks from City Hall in an area of town that voted 97% for Obama. During the work week the liberals at City Hall that complain about gun ownership should consider that most murders are not carried out using a gun.

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