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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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wojar

Hartford, CT

#194382 Jun 25, 2014
LRS wrote:
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Oh, ok! If you say so. Right! The efficiency of the panels is the problem, they're simply too big. And, cleaning them is a non-stop process. I'm not against the idea, at all. But, at present, size is a problem.
Efficiency is improving every year. For Romper, I have no doubt that size is a problem. Solar will soon be as cheap as fossil fuel. Sorry, that's a fact of life.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#194383 Jun 25, 2014
LRS wrote:
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What oil and gas regulations has Obama eased up on? Obama loves regulations!
All fracking , or most of it, was initiated under Obama. And Obama was wrong to deregulate it. He may love regulations, but he sure as hell shoved them aside and gave fracking the go-ahead.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#194384 Jun 25, 2014
P.S. Fracking IS the principal reason for the upsurge in U.S. oil production. As I said, crude exports will now be allowed for the first time in years.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194385 Jun 25, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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I'm certainly no expert on the subject of solar panels cleaning , which means I have to rely on stuff like this :
http://www.iom3.org/news/self-cleaning-solar-...
But I just thought , and I may be wrong (anyone who can help, please do), seems to me,if above link is wrong, that industrial cleaning (not by hand with Windex) would appear to be cheaper than purchasing natural gas/fossil fuels. But what do I know?
But, look at what you're comparing, cleaning solar panels to purchasing oil or gas? How is that even possible? Got me! I'm aware of the industrial cleaners, thanks anyway.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194386 Jun 25, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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You did not make it up, it's true.
Oh, is executive privilege illegal? Has no president ever used it. I have not looked it up, but am willing to bet Obama's predecessors have used the privilege more than him. Were they sued?
Is this the 1st time congress will be suing the president? If so, don't you see the kind of animosity felt for the president by the republican House, spurred on by the Tea Party? Told you before, will tell you again, Obama would balance the budget, wipe out the entire debt, give each and every American $ 1 million , stop all wars, obliterate crime, hunger and poverty worldwide and the Rep congress would still want that BLACK man and his family out of the WHITE House,. They don't like him, period.
Message for Boehner and tea party. The next president is Hillary Clinton with a Latino American as V.P. Can't wait.
As you well know, it is not illegal. How one uses that power makes all the difference. And, yes, other presidents have used it more than Obama. I completely disagree with your second paragraph. His vision is not for a strong America. That is what people don't like, as well as, being lied to, over and over. He refuses to change course when all indications are he should! Sorry to upset you, but as far as I'm concerned, I could NOT care less what color he is. I do think his house of cards is about to fall.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194387 Jun 25, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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All fracking , or most of it, was initiated under Obama. And Obama was wrong to deregulate it. He may love regulations, but he sure as hell shoved them aside and gave fracking the go-ahead.
Sorry, we've been fracking wells for a long time. Long before Obama.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194388 Jun 25, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>Efficiency is improving every year. For Romper, I have no doubt that size is a problem. Solar will soon be as cheap as fossil fuel. Sorry, that's a fact of life.
So, you agree. Thanks.
Frank

Spokane, WA

#194389 Jun 25, 2014
wojar wrote:
Just think where we would be now if we put our money into solar and education rather than war.
Maybe our country would be under Sharia Law and all Christian religions would be banned. I would certainly prefer to live here under the Flag of Stars and Stripes,with Our Declaration of Independence and Constitution than to be forced to live in the desert with a thousand yeas of religious war. We are fortunate that our forefathers loved our country and dedicated their lives to making our country what it became, and made it known that it was our Constitution ,not left wing radicals that were the future of our country. Too bad Obama doesn't have a clue.
Frank

Spokane, WA

#194390 Jun 25, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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And wind and solar are infinite? If the wind is not blowing, or the Sun is not shining, do they work?
Not only that,but wind turbines kill birds and other flying life and water turbines kill fish and other water wild life.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#194391 Jun 25, 2014
LRS wrote:
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But, look at what you're comparing, cleaning solar panels to purchasing oil or gas? How is that even possible? Got me! I'm aware of the industrial cleaners, thanks anyway.
Well, remember, you're the one who brought up cleaning solar panels. I didn't, but rather just stated that it might be cheaper to clean the panels than purchasing gas or oil. What do you think, seeing as I supplied a good link that says the panels may be self-cleaning after all.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#194392 Jun 25, 2014
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe our country would be under Sharia Law and all Christian religions would be banned. I would certainly prefer to live here under the Flag of Stars and Stripes,with Our Declaration of Independence and Constitution than to be forced to live in the desert with a thousand yeas of religious war. We are fortunate that our forefathers loved our country and dedicated their lives to making our country what it became, and made it known that it was our Constitution ,not left wing radicals that were the future of our country. Too bad Obama doesn't have a clue.
Frank, your Constitution is fine. Good.(it did forget the blacks, but hell, well, never mind....). Tell me , Frank, what your Constitution , and i repeat, it's great, what does it have and guarantee that the Canadian, French, British, Spanish, Portuguese, Swiss, Danish, German, Austrian, Italian, Belgian, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Australian, New-Zealand, Japan, etc, don't have? Waiting? Do you, for example, have more freedom than those people?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#194393 Jun 25, 2014
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Not only that,but wind turbines kill birds and other flying life and water turbines kill fish and other water wild life.
Tell us, Frank, will wind and water turbines make as many animal life extinct as the industrial revolution with its coal, oil and gas?

I can foresee your answer , namely that the industrial revolution spearheaded advances and made our lives better. True , I agree and I'm glad we've had it. BUT, why could we not have it and preserve, protect our species and environment at the same time? Maybe we didn't know, though I suspect the big guys did, but we do know today and we are still polluting ourselves to death in the name of the economy which is, btw, a false premise.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194394 Jun 25, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Well, remember, you're the one who brought up cleaning solar panels. I didn't, but rather just stated that it might be cheaper to clean the panels than purchasing gas or oil. What do you think, seeing as I supplied a good link that says the panels may be self-cleaning after all.
May be self-cleaning? Still, the panel size has to be much smaller. Besides, after all is said and done, it will be regulated and we'll end up paying for it anyway.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194395 Jun 25, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Tell us, Frank, will wind and water turbines make as many animal life extinct as the industrial revolution with its coal, oil and gas?
I can foresee your answer , namely that the industrial revolution spearheaded advances and made our lives better. True , I agree and I'm glad we've had it. BUT, why could we not have it and preserve, protect our species and environment at the same time? Maybe we didn't know, though I suspect the big guys did, but we do know today and we are still polluting ourselves to death in the name of the economy which is, btw, a false premise.
That answer is simple. You can't make money by protecting such things. Therein lies the problem with the world. Money, more money.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194396 Jun 26, 2014
Wotard will try and blame Global Warming or Bush for this!

Rush Limbaugh On Worst Economic Drop Since 2009:‘This Is What I Meant When I Said I Hope He Fails’
The Daily Caller

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh was dismayed by revised economic numbers showing the U.S. economy shrunk a staggering 2.9 percent in the first three months of 2014, placing the blame squaring on President Obama’s policies and claiming “this is what I meant when I said I hope he fails.”

On Wednesday, Limbaugh led his radio program with the Commerce Department’s “revision” of statistics on America’s gross domestic product in the first quarter of 2014.

While reports from April indicated a 0.1 percent decline and reports from May bumped that up to 1.0 percent, Commerce is now indicating that the U.S. lost nearly 3 percent of its entire economy between January and March. That’s one percentage point per month.
http://news.yahoo.com/rush-limbaugh-worst-eco...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194397 Jun 26, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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And one was not flying, lack of parts. Harriers did make the difference with bombing and establishing air superiority but not before an obsolete Super Étendard launched a French Exocet missile that sank a british destroyer. The Argentine air force consisted of obsolete 1950s Canberra, 1950-60s Skyhawks and Mirage IIIs. The war was launched by the stupid Argentine junta in order to make the Argentines forget about their economic mess. That did not work out too well as we soon found out.
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Were you drunk, doped, drugged, or over-medicated when you wrote it?
Okay, here's my reply, and mind you, this isl all be from memory. You're free to check it out for accuracy :
Chinooks? They had FIVE Chinooks. Ever hear of the SS Atlantic Conveyor? It was SUNK and guess what was on board her?!?
SS Atlantic Conveyor
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Atlantic Conveyor was a British merchant navy ship, registered in Liverpool, that was requisitioned during the Falklands War.

She was hit on 25 May 1982 by two Argentine air-launched AM39 Exocet missiles, killing 12 sailors. Atlantic Conveyor sank whilst under tow on 28 May 1982.

The ships were used to carry supplies for the Royal Navy Task Force sent by the British government to retake the Falkland Islands from Argentine occupation. Sailing for Ascension Island on 25 April 1982, Atlantic Conveyor carried a cargo of six Wessex helicopters from 848 Naval Air Squadron and five RAF HC.1 Chinooks from No. 18 Squadron RAF. At Ascension, she picked up eight Fleet Air Arm Sea Harriers (809 Squadron) and six RAF Harrier GR.3 jump jets.

One Chinook of B flight No. 18 Squadron RAF left the Atlantic Conveyor to support operations on Ascension.
Yep, only ONE Chinook survived! After all that Wicked Weed you have been smoking all these years your memory is off in La La Land!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194398 Jun 26, 2014
Yes, Old Bravo November was the ONLY surviving Chinook from the Falklands War and it is still in service after thirty years.

27 years old: the Chinook from the Falklands STILL serving in Helmand
By Peter Almond, 18 July 2009

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12006...
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Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194399 Jun 26, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, is "Malvinas" a French Name? Babylon says the French name for those islands are ... the Falklands!!! So why do YOU use the name Malvinas?
And, as YOU should know, the "United States" to the French is "Les Etats-Unis". So why do you call them "Malvinas"? I know, you HATE ENGLISH!!!!
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Were you drunk, doped, drugged, or over-medicated when you wrote it?
Okay, here's my reply, and mind you, this isl all be from memory. You're free to check it out for accuracy :
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5. I hate the English? Then why do I speak and write it? You have French roots and you don't speak a word of it. Shame on you. YOU hate the French
Sorry, I do not hate any language. I try and learn enough of any language to be polite. I am not in the situation where I can converse with others on a daily bases to become proficient in other languages is all.
The Falkland Islands are part of the British Commonwealth and it is okay for Spanish speaker to call them the Malvinas but you use it to slam the Brits. Sure, every language has different words for the United States and I am not offended if they do not say "United States" but I would only use "Les Etats-Unis" when talking to a French speaker, but not to a Spanish speaker.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194400 Jun 26, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Yes, Old Bravo November was the ONLY surviving Chinook from the Falklands War and it is still in service after thirty years.
27 years old: the Chinook from the Falklands STILL serving in Helmand
By Peter Almond, 18 July 2009
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12006...
Follow us:@MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
http://www.discoveryuk.com/web/falklands-hero...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194401 Jun 26, 2014
I have only 700 hours in the Chinooks, 2,000+ in Hueys, 2,000+ in Kiowas, 2,000+ in Osages and 65 hours in Siouxs. Only 480 hours in civilian airplanes Cessna 172, Piper PA-28, Piper PA-34 and Maules.
I had planned on fly my Maule about 200 hours per year but I am only up to 310 and I will have had my Maule two years come late September.
By the way, my Maule will haul as much weight as a C-182 but I can take off and land in half the distance. I am not a Bush pilot and have no plans to consider myself one but I am comfortable in rough fields.
Yep, no landings on curved dirt roads, river banks, cow pastures unless I am forced to.
I my day I was a heck of a chopper pilot and the enlisted crew members will call me "Mr. Slick" or "Mr. Smooth" because I had a easy touch and never bounced a landing.

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