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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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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#195576 Jul 11, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>Rouge thinks that is a global event?
Yes, he does. He forgets about "burning" California, heat, no water, forest fires, and "burning" Canadian North West territories, the arctic my god, where IT'S HOT, and record forest fires burning . He thinks Jacksonville is the marker for all of the world's weather.

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#195577 Jul 11, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Damn this Global Warming!
Why Your Summer Is About to Get Colder
ABC News By COLLEEN CURRY 10 hours ago
We never thought we'd say this, but we'd welcome back some chilly weather.
A cool mass of air heads toward the United States from the upper regions of Canada and Alaska this week, according to the National Weather Service.
ABC News' Ginger Zee says the weather pattern is not an actual polar vortex, though.
According to the NWS, a mass of cold air will drop from the Arctic regions to Canada and then the upper Midwest next week.
Temperatures across the Midwest will drop into the 60s and 70s - a sharp difference from the 80 degree and 90 degree temperatures from recent weeks. And the relatively cooler air may be felt as far East as New York and Washington.
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>Rouge thinks that is a global event?
Well, the sum of local weather is Global CLIMATE and since 2007 the Earth has been cooling. Even Dr. James Hansen's NASA-GISS has agreed!!!!
But Dr. Hansen THINKS Global Warming will resume when he has zero evidence it will. Wishing something will happen does not make it so.
Oh, from about 800 to about 1200 we had the Medeival Warm period. Although there is no evidence it also happened south of the equator there is ample evidence it affected the Northern Hemisphere. And there is no evidence it DID NOT happen south of the equator either. But the point being, the Earth returned to "normal" after four hundred years of warming!!!

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#195578 Jul 11, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Executive level experience? Was he not partner in a law firm? Did he not deal with companies and all gov't levels as a community organiser? As to "Executive level experience" :
It seems to me that the great majority of presidents since Independence were lawyers, except for the odd actor here and there. Result? Some good and bad ones, and prior profession seems to have had little to do with it.
To the extent he was never a CEO of a major company nor was he a Commander of a large military unit like most general officers have. Nor was he a governor of a state like G.W. Bush!!!

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#195579 Jul 11, 2014
In the early years of the US, the following presidents were first governors:

Thomas Jefferson: the first president to hold the position of governor, served as Virginia’s governor from 1779-1781.
James Monroe: served as Governor of Virginia from 1799-1802, and again served for a brief period as the 16th Governor of Virginia from January through April in 1811.
John Tyler: another Governor of Virginia, serving from 1825-1827.

These presidents were governors of a variety of other states:

Martin Van Buren: Governor of New York in 1829.
James Polk: Governor of Tennessee, serving from 1839-1841.
Andrew Johnson: Governor of Tennessee from 1853-1857 and then appointed by Lincoln to serve as military governor of Tennessee from 1862-1864.
Rutherford Hayes: Governor of Ohio from 1868-1872 and again from 1876-1877.
Grover Cleveland: Governor of New York from 1883-1885.
William McKinley: Governor of Ohio from 1892-1896.

Numerous presidents were governors first in the 20th century. The list begins with Theodore Roosevelt, first Governor of New York from 1899-1901. Others on this list include the following:

Woodrow Wilson: Governor of New Jersey from 1911-1913.
Calvin Coolidge: Governor of Massachusetts from 1919-1921.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Governor of New York from 1929-1933.
Ronald Reagan: Governor of California from 1967-1975.
Jimmy Carter: Governor of Georgia from 1971-1975, and the first elected governor from the South post Civil War.
Bill Clinton: Governor of Arkansas for two separate terms, from 1979-1981 and from 1983-1992.
George W. Bush: Governor of Texas from 1995-2000.

http://www.wisegeek.com/how-many-united-state...

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#195580 Jul 11, 2014
What does "Recent Slowdown" mean to you? But their graph does not show a "Slowdown" but an actual Global temperature DROP. In any event, they still BELIEVE Global Warming will continue.
Believing is NOT science!!! It is a religion!!!!

Long-Term Warming Likely to Be Significant Despite Recent Slowdown
Posted Mar. 11, 2014

A new NASA study shows Earth's climate likely will continue to warm during this century on track with previous estimates, despite the recent slowdown in the rate of global warming.

This research hinges on a new and more detailed calculation of the sensitivity of Earth's climate to the factors that cause it to change, such as greenhouse gas emissions. Drew Shindell, a climatologist at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, found Earth is likely to experience roughly 20 percent more warming than estimates that were largely based on surface temperature observations during the past 150 years.

Shindell's paper on this research was published March 9 in the journal Nature Climate Change.
http://www.giss.nasa.gov/research/news/201403...

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#195581 Jul 11, 2014
Please note the graph at the bottom of Page 1.
http://www.columbia.edu/~jeh1/mailings/2014/2...
It shows a DOWN WARD trend starting at about 2004.
Not a slow down but a drop in Global temperature.
But what I think is funny is that Libtards think mankind is more powerful than our Sun!

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#195582 Jul 11, 2014
Hummm, our Sun is taking it's biggest catnap in about one hundred years and many THINK it will drop to it's lowest level in TWO hundred years which was when the Little Ice Age was going on.
We should know by 2020 who is more correct. Dr, James Hansen of NASA-GISS or Dr. Robert Hathaway of NASA-MSFC!
http://solarscience.msfc.nasa.gov/images/Cycl...

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#195583 Jul 11, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Yes, he does. He forgets about "burning" California, heat, no water, forest fires, and "burning" Canadian North West territories, the arctic my god, where IT'S HOT, and record forest fires burning . He thinks Jacksonville is the marker for all of the world's weather.
Never heard of La Nina, have you? And when El Nino returns, and it will, the West Coast will get more rain while the Great Plains will get less.
The El Nino/La Nina cycles has been documented for about 400 years now and yes, the effect the whole Earth but I am not sure how much effect they had during the last Great Ice Age!!! Do you?!?
Oh, Florida had it's wettest winter ever recorded this past winter. What does that mean? I have no idea but it is a fact. Florida gets most of it's rain during hurricane season but we have not been hit by a hurricane since 2006. The odds are Florida will be hit by more hurricanes in the near future.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#195585 Jul 11, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
To the extent he was never a CEO of a major company nor was he a Commander of a large military unit like most general officers have. Nor was he a governor of a state like G.W. Bush!!!
He was a senator, which GWB never was. And those CEOs of a major company, or commandos of a military unit, were they familiar with gov't?

And why does a CEO position or military career make one more fit for the presidency . What is that? Why are those two jobs more important in qualifying a president than say, a career in law, in agriculture, in mathematics, in medicine, in public works, in engineering,in teaching and I could go on and on. You always seem to prioritize CEO or armed forces experience. Okay, but why always those two and not the others?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#195586 Jul 11, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
In the early years of the US, the following presidents were first governors:
Thomas Jefferson: the first president to hold the position of governor, served as Virginia’s governor from 1779-1781.
James Monroe: served as Governor of Virginia from 1799-1802, and again served for a brief period as the 16th Governor of Virginia from January through April in 1811.
John Tyler: another Governor of Virginia, serving from 1825-1827.
These presidents were governors of a variety of other states:
Martin Van Buren: Governor of New York in 1829.
James Polk: Governor of Tennessee, serving from 1839-1841.
Andrew Johnson: Governor of Tennessee from 1853-1857 and then appointed by Lincoln to serve as military governor of Tennessee from 1862-1864.
Rutherford Hayes: Governor of Ohio from 1868-1872 and again from 1876-1877.
Grover Cleveland: Governor of New York from 1883-1885.
William McKinley: Governor of Ohio from 1892-1896.
Numerous presidents were governors first in the 20th century. The list begins with Theodore Roosevelt, first Governor of New York from 1899-1901. Others on this list include the following:
Woodrow Wilson: Governor of New Jersey from 1911-1913.
Calvin Coolidge: Governor of Massachusetts from 1919-1921.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Governor of New York from 1929-1933.
Ronald Reagan: Governor of California from 1967-1975.
Jimmy Carter: Governor of Georgia from 1971-1975, and the first elected governor from the South post Civil War.
Bill Clinton: Governor of Arkansas for two separate terms, from 1979-1981 and from 1983-1992.
George W. Bush: Governor of Texas from 1995-2000.
http://www.wisegeek.com/how-many-united-state...
So? What about being a congressman or senator? Doesn't that count for something?

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#195587 Jul 11, 2014
At least Obama has some people who like him.

Obama’s Approval Rating Among Muslims at Historic Highs

Across the board, President Obama’s approval ratings are low for a president who has been touted as America’s political Messiah. Even so, I’ve wondered how with all the mess the nation is facing how his approval rating could still be in the 40 percent range. The most recent poll has him at around 45 percent.

His approval rating among blacks is very high – around 85 percent. That’s to be expected. Although more than 95 percent of blacks voted for him in two national elections, his numbers are down slightly among this core constituency.

Read more at http://godfatherpolitics.com/16237/obamas-app...

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#195588 Jul 11, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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So? What about being a congressman or senator? Doesn't that count for something?
Not leadership unless you are Speaker of the House or the Senate Majority/Minority leader. Prior to 2008, how many people did he lead? Pat their salary? Hire and fire? Obama is still an empty suit unable to lead a boy scout troop across a street.

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#195589 Jul 11, 2014
How many men did Eisenhower command on D-Day? Ike could make real decisions with knowledge. Obama can only take, or reject, recommendations from his military leaders and nothing more.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#195590 Jul 11, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
At least Obama has some people who like him.
Obama’s Approval Rating Among Muslims at Historic Highs
Across the board, President Obama’s approval ratings are low for a president who has been touted as America’s political Messiah. Even so, I’ve wondered how with all the mess the nation is facing how his approval rating could still be in the 40 percent range. The most recent poll has him at around 45 percent.
His approval rating among blacks is very high – around 85 percent. That’s to be expected. Although more than 95 percent of blacks voted for him in two national elections, his numbers are down slightly among this core constituency.
Read more at http://godfatherpolitics.com/16237/obamas-app...
Very smart, Rogue, brilliant , still trolling the web for Obama negatives, right? And you hit this one right on the nose. Yes, how does Obama rate a 45% approval rating? Easy. Thanks the American Muslims for this. Yes, accounting for a whopping 0.8% of the U.S. population, Moslems are putting Obama over the top, why, it's thanks to them he was elected.

More crap, Rogue?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#195591 Jul 11, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Not leadership unless you are Speaker of the House or the Senate Majority/Minority leader. Prior to 2008, how many people did he lead? Pat their salary? Hire and fire? Obama is still an empty suit unable to lead a boy scout troop across a street.
Oh, so now, to be eligible for the presidency, one has to be speaker of the house or the senate or majority leader or otherwise.

Do you realise you've become totally senile and insane? You mean that all politicians who have not held the above positions lack leadership qualities?'Nuff said. Back to trolling the internet for more miscellaneous and dumb Obama stories.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#195592 Jul 11, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
How many men did Eisenhower command on D-Day? Ike could make real decisions with knowledge. Obama can only take, or reject, recommendations from his military leaders and nothing more.
Do you even know what you're talking about? Who was Eisenhower's boss? FDR. Who planned and decided D-Day? The brass in Washington, with FDR at the helm. Eisenhower executed his orders, period. Executed them superbly, but following orders from above, no less.The U.S.is not a military junta, Rogue, stop wet dreaming about that possibiltiy. Your constitution would roll over in its glass case.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#195593 Jul 11, 2014
P.S. : General Douglas MacArthur , a brilliant soldier, learned the hard way he was NOT the boss. Sacked by an ex-haberdasher.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#195594 Jul 11, 2014
P.P.S. Generals, Admirals, political advisors, politicians , specialists in all fields, they all advise the president and serve at this pleasure. In the end, he and he alone makes the decisions. No president, no seals, no dead Bin Laden. Put that in your crack pipe and smoke it.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#195595 Jul 11, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Yes, he does. He forgets about "burning" California, heat, no water, forest fires, and "burning" Canadian North West territories, the arctic my god, where IT'S HOT, and record forest fires burning . He thinks Jacksonville is the marker for all of the world's weather.
You mean those California wildfires that have been occurring since I can remember?
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#195596 Jul 11, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
P.P.S. Generals, Admirals, political advisors, politicians , specialists in all fields, they all advise the president and serve at this pleasure. In the end, he and he alone makes the decisions. No president, no seals, no dead Bin Laden. Put that in your crack pipe and smoke it.
So, Obama is responsible for the current mess we find ourselves in. Thank you!

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