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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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LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194554 Jun 27, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Rogue, Rogue, Rogue. The Supreme court is majority conservative, and despite that, main important judgements have gone Obama's way. Of course the court is split, it is 5 to 4 conservative.
What so-called libtards (Rogue tm reg'd) have done is gone along quietly with whatever decision the court comes to, like it or not. You can't do that. You 're too sore a loser, too puerile. When they rules against your wishes, even the right-wing judges, you accuse the court and Roberts of being bought out. The intelligent people recognize that the court is the last court of appeal and they accept any judgement, pro or con, and carry on.Do that.
You're calling someone else a sore loser? Instant classic! LMAO!!!!! You're the most "soured" individual I've ever run across! Your arrogance trumps your ignorance!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194555 Jun 27, 2014
wojar wrote:
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You don't need an IQ above 90 to figure out that Atticus was referring to vile acts committed in the name of religion. Talk about a dim bulb!
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Anything to take a poke at religion, huh? Sad but typical. Panic and paranoia is what killed them.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194556 Jun 27, 2014
Glo must think paranoid and panicked people, make good, sound decisions. A bit odd for an Elite Scientist from da 80s, don't you think?

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“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#194557 Jun 27, 2014
LRS wrote:
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Anything to take a poke at religion, huh? Sad but typical. Panic and paranoia is what killed them.
Hysteria based on religious beliefs. Yelling panic and paranoia doesn't remove the smell of religion that permeated witch trials with visions of devils and demons in cahoots with the evil women causing their crops to fail or their cattle to die.

"Those accused of witchcraft were portrayed as being worshippers of the Devil, who engaged in such acts as malevolent sorcery at meetings known as Witches' Sabbaths."
wojar wrote:
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You don't need an IQ above 90 to figure out that Atticus was referring to vile acts committed in the name of religion. Talk about a dim bulb!
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Learn to Read

United States

#194558 Jun 27, 2014
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>Anything to take a poke at religion, huh? Sad but typical. Panic and paranoia is what killed them.
Well that and the fact that the mobs did as they were instructed by the clerics ....

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#194559 Jun 27, 2014
LRS wrote:
Glo must think paranoid and panicked people, make good, sound decisions.
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Huh? Where did Romper get that idea?

People, in a frenzy because they have religion-based delusions of demons in cahoots with evil women, do not make sound decisions. It is because of their delusions that they behave badly rather than rationally. It was because of their believe in witches and demons that they were panicked.

Now when did I assume panicked and paranoid people make good decisions? Paranoid people cannot think rationally. Romper is a prime example.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194560 Jun 27, 2014
wojar wrote:
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Hysteria based on religious beliefs. Yelling panic and paranoia doesn't remove the smell of religion that permeated witch trials with visions of devils and demons in cahoots with the evil women causing their crops to fail or their cattle to die.
"Those accused of witchcraft were portrayed as being worshippers of the Devil, who engaged in such acts as malevolent sorcery at meetings known as Witches' Sabbaths."
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No kidding? Witches were viewed as evil back then? Hysteria is a good word to describe the situation. Thanks. Hysteria and Religion are not one in the same.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194561 Jun 27, 2014
wojar wrote:
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Huh? Where did Romper get that idea?
People, in a frenzy because they have religion-based delusions of demons in cahoots with evil women, do not make sound decisions. It is because of their delusions that they behave badly rather than rationally. It was because of their believe in witches and demons that they were panicked.
Now when did I assume panicked and paranoid people make good decisions? Paranoid people cannot think rationally. Romper is a prime example.
What? That's just like one of YOUR typical, ludicrous assumptions. Huh? I was mocking you.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#194562 Jun 27, 2014
Oh, bye Biff! LMAO!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194563 Jun 27, 2014
wojar wrote:
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Hysteria based on religious beliefs. Yelling panic and paranoia doesn't remove the smell of religion that permeated witch trials with visions of devils and demons in cahoots with the evil women causing their crops to fail or their cattle to die.
"Those accused of witchcraft were portrayed as being worshippers of the Devil, who engaged in such acts as malevolent sorcery at meetings known as Witches' Sabbaths."
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LRS wrote:
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No kidding? Witches were viewed as evil back then? Hysteria is a good word to describe the situation. Thanks. Hysteria and Religion are not one in the same.
he thinks we killed witches in all 13 colonies from 1620 until 1776.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194564 Jun 27, 2014
wojar wrote:
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Huh? Where did Romper get that idea?
People, in a frenzy because they have religion-based delusions of demons in cahoots with evil women, do not make sound decisions. It is because of their delusions that they behave badly rather than rationally. It was because of their believe in witches and demons that they were panicked.
Now when did I assume panicked and paranoid people make good decisions? Paranoid people cannot think rationally. Romper is a prime example.
LRS wrote:
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What? That's just like one of YOUR typical, ludicrous assumptions. Huh? I was mocking you.
He thinks only Conservatives go into frenzies. Paranoid, why you think mankind can kill the Earth. Why even if we detonated every nuclear bomb at the same time in a few years you would be hard pressed to find the damage.
Just look at Hiroshima. Why if any place looks like it had been nuked it would be Detroit!
http://www.angelfire.com/ca4/yourturf2/Hirosh...
Learn to Read

United States

#194565 Jun 27, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>wojar wrote:
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Hysteria based on religious beliefs. Yelling panic and paranoia doesn't remove the smell of religion that permeated witch trials with visions of devils and demons in cahoots with the evil women causing their crops to fail or their cattle to die.
"Those accused of witchcraft were portrayed as being worshippers of the Devil, who engaged in such acts as malevolent sorcery at meetings known as Witches' Sabbaths."
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he thinks we killed witches in all 13 colonies from 1620 until 1776.
"We"? You're older than you look

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194566 Jun 27, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Rogue, Rogue, Rogue. The Supreme court is majority conservative, and despite that, main important judgements have gone Obama's way. Of course the court is split, it is 5 to 4 conservative.
What so-called libtards (Rogue tm reg'd) have done is gone along quietly with whatever decision the court comes to, like it or not. You can't do that. You 're too sore a loser, too puerile. When they rules against your wishes, even the right-wing judges, you accuse the court and Roberts of being bought out. The intelligent people recognize that the court is the last court of appeal and they accept any judgement, pro or con, and carry on.Do that.
Again, tell us which justices are Conservatives and which are Liberals? Come on now, you can do it!
Learn to Read

United States

#194567 Jun 27, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Again, tell us which justices are Conservatives and which are Liberals? Come on now, you can do it!
What is your definition of liberal and conservative as those terms apply to a Judge?

If a Judge believes that they should interpret the law as written, if adopting the interpretation that results in a result of "it's Constitutional"is that liberal or conservative? What if they believe that they should try to discern the intent of the law and use that as their interpretation even if the plain language says something less? Is holding that a corporation is a person the act of a conservative Judge or a liberal?

“ad maiora nati sumus ”

Since: Sep 09

Justice Scalia is an Oxymoron

#194568 Jun 27, 2014
LRS wrote:
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As I said, paranoia and panic is responsible. Think about it, a couple of young girls, accused of witchcraft, caused the townspeople to go into a full blown panic. The people chose not to use their common sense. Looks like a bunch of scared and paranoid people are responsible to me.
Common sense and religion? Sounds oxymoron to me. "“Where knowledge ends, religion begins.” Benjamin Disraeli
Just Me -

Los Angeles, CA

#194569 Jun 27, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Hummm, if you are religious, you will probably live longer if not happier. Libtards are just nasty people.
This Is the Chillest City in America?
The Atlantic Wire / By Ben Cosman June 25, 2014
New rankings out Wednesday from CNNMoney break down the most stressed out cities in America. But the real story here: Salt Lake City is the least stressed.
http://news.yahoo.com/chillest-city-america-1...
And yet not one mention in the article that religion was a contributing factor. I'd be a lot less stressed if my daily commute was cut in half and the cost of living in L.A. was lower. Why do you continuously believe that liberals cannot possibly be religious? I know a lot of liberals who are religious and a lot of conservatives that are not.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194570 Jun 27, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Hummm, if you are religious, you will probably live longer if not happier. Libtards are just nasty people.
This Is the Chillest City in America?
The Atlantic Wire / By Ben Cosman June 25, 2014
New rankings out Wednesday from CNNMoney break down the most stressed out cities in America. But the real story here: Salt Lake City is the least stressed.
http://news.yahoo.com/chillest-city-america-1 ...
Just Me - wrote:
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And yet not one mention in the article that religion was a contributing factor. I'd be a lot less stressed if my daily commute was cut in half and the cost of living in L.A. was lower. Why do you continuously believe that liberals cannot possibly be religious? I know a lot of liberals who are religious and a lot of conservatives that are not.
And you are what? It has been proven that people who are religious, live longer!!!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194571 Jun 27, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Again, tell us which justices are Conservatives and which are Liberals? Come on now, you can do it!
Learn to Read wrote:
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What is your definition of liberal and conservative as those terms apply to a Judge?
If a Judge believes that they should interpret the law as written, if adopting the interpretation that results in a result of "it's Constitutional"is that liberal or conservative? What if they believe that they should try to discern the intent of the law and use that as their interpretation even if the plain language says something less? Is holding that a corporation is a person the act of a conservative Judge or a liberal?
Deep Throat stated that the SCOTUS is overwhelmingly Conservative so I asked HIM. Personally, IMHO, there are 4our devout Liberals and 4our devout Conservatives with 1ne swing voter.
How many of the decisions are 5ive to 4our or 4our to 5ive? Probably more than half which brings me back to my opinion!!!
So, what is Deep Throats opinion? Now if you want to chime in, please do. If knot, butt the heck out!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194572 Jun 27, 2014
Atticus Tiberius Finch wrote:
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Common sense and religion? Sounds oxymoron to me. "“Where knowledge ends, religion begins.” Benjamin Disraeli
But where does commonsense begin (oh, it is all 1ne word)? Certainly not among the Social Liberals like yourself. Classic Liberals are the true free thinkers while you Social Liberals (Socialists, Progressives, Communists) are stuck in a left spiral.
Funny, that is what happen to John F.Kennedy Junior. He screwed his plane into the water.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#194573 Jun 27, 2014
Learn to Read wrote:
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What is your definition of liberal and conservative as those terms apply to a Judge?
If a Judge believes that they should interpret the law as written, if adopting the interpretation that results in a result of "it's Constitutional"is that liberal or conservative? What if they believe that they should try to discern the intent of the law and use that as their interpretation even if the plain language says something less? Is holding that a corporation is a person the act of a conservative Judge or a liberal?
A Conservative goes by the original intent of the law while liberals try and figure ways laws from Europe will supersede our Constitution.

Justice Souter’s Class
By LINDA GREENHOUSE
June 3, 2010
But for those who care about the Supreme Court, Justice Souter served up some rich fare: his own vision of the craft of constitutional interpretation and a defense of the need for judges to go beyond the plain text — what he called the “fair-reading model”— and make choices among the competing values embedded in the Constitution.
http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/06/...

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