OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, Sta...

OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 11, 2010

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Lisa

Greenbrier, AR

#74733 Jul 23, 2014
Oklahoma, United States has had:(M1.5 or greater)

3 earthquakes today
23 earthquakes in the past 7 days
110 earthquakes in the past month
870 earthquakes in the past year
Lisa

Greenbrier, AR

#74734 Jul 23, 2014
The largest earthquake in Oklahoma, United States:

today: 3.3 in Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
this week: 3.6 in Haysville, Kansas, United States
this month: 4.3 in Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
this year: 4.5 in Edmond, Oklahoma, United States
Lisa

Greenbrier, AR

#74735 Jul 23, 2014
about 8 hours ago 3.2 magnitude, 5 km depth
Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
about 20 hours ago 3.3 magnitude, 5 km depth
Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
about 21 hours ago 2.5 magnitude, 5 km depth
Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
a day ago 2.6 magnitude, 4 km depth
Enid, Oklahoma, United States
a day ago 2.6 magnitude, 4 km depth
Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
a day ago 2.2 magnitude, 5 km depth
Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
a day ago 2.2 magnitude, 5 km depth
Choctaw, Oklahoma, United States
2 days ago 2.2 magnitude, 5 km depth
Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
2 days ago 2.6 magnitude, 5 km depth
Edmond, Oklahoma, United States
2 days ago 2.9 magnitude, 5 km depth
Guthrie, Oklahoma, United States
Marcus

Greenbrier, AR

#74736 Jul 23, 2014
Vote for Joe to get rid of the fracing and quakes

One would assume that a good state ruler would stop the fracing and injection wells to see if the quakes would stop.

No, business as usual and ignoring the damage.
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#74737 Jul 23, 2014
Clyde wrote:
Okies Republicans are such losers
If anyone of them had the sense of a poor old arky dirt farmer than he/she/it would be president
insanity at its best.


They own your ass as much as you cry about them but...

It's Too Late in the Day for your whining...
So What

Newalla, OK

#74738 Jul 23, 2014
Joyce wrote:
NOT TO WORRY
Repugithugs have decreed that these okie earthquakes are just normal and are caused by quakes in Japan and they will go away before the November elections.
And if not than get a new governor to stop the fracing and injection wells.
Yeah Okies, stop melting the roads in Yellowstone.

And if you turn off the Oil & Gas Industry in Oklahoma we can get rid of some crappy restaurants because no one will have the money to support them.
Packing Heat

Afton, OK

#74739 Jul 23, 2014
The Fake Joyce wrote:
NOT TO WORRY
Repugithugs have decreed that these okie earthquakes are just normal and are caused by quakes in Japan and they will go away before the November elections.
And if not than get a new governor to stop the fracing and injection wells.


They own your ass as much as you cry about them but...

It's Too Late in the Day for your whining...
So What

Newalla, OK

#74740 Jul 23, 2014
Marcus wrote:
Vote for Joe to get rid of the fracing and quakes
One would assume that a good state ruler would stop the fracing and injection wells to see if the quakes would stop.
No, business as usual and ignoring the damage.
LOL! We can dump the waste water in the rivers so it can kill all those smelly fish, and the farmers can spray their crops with it so they won't have to use pesticides.

I would like to see the look on Joe's face when you told him what you want him to do. And then see the look on your face when he calls for security.
Jerry

Greenbrier, AR

#74741 Jul 23, 2014
Joyce wrote:
NOT TO WORRY
Repugithugs have decreed that these okie earthquakes are just normal and are caused by quakes in Japan and they will go away before the November elections.
And if not than get a new governor to stop the fracing and injection wells.
Vote for Joe

Get rid of the seditious auldletrous Ho Tramp
So What

Newalla, OK

#74742 Jul 23, 2014
Who thinks Obama needs to kill some missile transports?
Phill D

Greenbrier, AR

#74743 Jul 23, 2014
I will vote for Joe Dorman.

Fallin is a puppet for big oil and need to go

We will see if Ki=ck money can put the tramp in office for another four years.
Albert

Greenbrier, AR

#74744 Jul 23, 2014
Wonder how it feel to be owned?

Failin should take a lesson from the civil war.

She is just a economic slave

In other words a prostitute for big oil.
Albert

Greenbrier, AR

#74745 Jul 23, 2014
A ho does it for fun

A prostitute like Failin get paid to bend over and take it in the caboose for the Oklahoma people

However she gets the money.
Gilbert

Greenbrier, AR

#74746 Jul 23, 2014
Marcus wrote:
Vote for Joe to get rid of the fracing and quakes
One would assume that a good state ruler would stop the fracing and injection wells to see if the quakes would stop.
No, business as usual and ignoring the damage.
Wondering just what the ruler's agenda is?

Is she feathering her own nest or what

Since there are term limits, she will really fu**ck the state and the people the next four years if the ho is reelected.
WhereTheMorals

Greenbrier, AR

#74747 Jul 23, 2014
Wonder where the outrage is on her (Failin) lack of morals?

The people would reelect a woman of poor family values?

An adulterous?????

The people of Oklahoma will accept this????

Why?
Summer

Greenbrier, AR

#74748 Jul 23, 2014
My religion forbids me from having anything to do with this person, let alone vote for her.

Has she atoned for her indelible degenerate degrading undignified indiscretions?

Is her robe white as snow?

Well, is it?
Edgar S

Greenbrier, AR

#74749 Jul 23, 2014
Fallin presides over a state whose roads are in rubble, whose education ranks near the bottom of the 50 states, a state that has a rampant obesity problem. Even its capital building is in an advanced state of disrepair. So what does Fallin do? She wants to lower income taxes (thereby putting more burden on the sky high sales tax). She also (naturally) rejected Obamacare in spite of the millions in need. But hey, apparently the Sooners are going to be ranked #1 next year, so what the heck? And if we screw up a few executions along the way, well, shudda used a firing squad anyway.(After all, Oklahoma is due to get the nation's first shooting range with its own bar this year). Oklahoma is about as far from the real world as you can get, geographically and philosophically. Senator Inhofe writes books saying that global warming is a lie.(Now why would anyone do that, other than the fact that Oklahoma and its politicians pay the mortgage thanks to the oil and gas industry?). And two tea party candidates are currently trying to eviscerate each other over who hates Obama and Washington the most. But I guess gruesome deaths make the governor nervous, especially after she steam rolled the Supreme Court on the topic. She'll get over it.
Margie

Greenbrier, AR

#74750 Jul 23, 2014
Marcus wrote:
Vote for Joe to get rid of the fracing and quakes
One would assume that a good state ruler would stop the fracing and injection wells to see if the quakes would stop.
No, business as usual and ignoring the damage.
Wonder why we have notstopped the fracing for a while

Arkansas, Ohio, and Pennsylvania stopped fracing by the governors executive orders and the quakes stopped.

Gov Failin can do the same. Why not to see if the quakes stop??

Gov Failin does not have a spine??????????
BBB

United States

#74751 Jul 23, 2014
TAMARA wrote:
White House Running Out of Excuses for Incompetence: Obama’s Disapproval Nears 6 in 10 Likely Voters
2,786 Shares By Caroline Schaeffer 6 hours ago
Politico paired with SocialSphere to conduct a poll in states that will see competitive Senate and House races this November. The survey, tracking likely voters over a 6-month period, spells increasingly more trouble for the President and his party.
Though more Democrats were participating in the poll than Republicans (36%-34%), the President’s job approval rating sank to 43%, earning him a 57% disapproval rating.
Even though congressional approval for both parties remains low (36% for the DEMs, 26% for the GOP), Republican candidates edged out Democrats when respondents were asked which party they would vote for if the elections were held today, 39%-37%.
No surprise, considering that more respondents considered the GOP better able to handle foreign policy (39%) than the Democrats (32%). And the number one issue? 45% said it was the economy.
Maybe this is the reason that Obama has been jetsetting around the country, attending fundraisers – Democrats are beginning to see the writing on the wall. If this keeps up, Obama is not going to be enthusiastic about working with Congress for his last two years in office.
Mack Daddy keeps jive dancing....
Donnie

Greenbrier, AR

#74752 Jul 23, 2014
Arizona Botches Execution, Lawyers File Motion To Stop As Man Clings To Life After 70 Minutes [UPDATED]

UPDATE: Wood’s lawyers say the man has finally passed away. He was left to die on the table for one hour and 57 minutes. No attempt was made to stop the suffering.

Lawyers are frantically trying to get Arizona to stop the execution of man who was supposed to die over an hour ago and yet is still gasping for breath in agony.

According to an emergency motion filed by condemned man Joseph Wood’s attorneys, the man has been suffering for around 70 minutes and is currently still alive. They are asking a judge to grant a stay of execution.

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Joseph Wood was set to be executed today despite continued reservations about the experimental drug cocktail that was to be used. The manner of execution, meant to be as pain-free as possible, has been marred with tragic failures. The lethal drugs are the same ones which were used in an Ohio execution in which the prisoner struggled for breath for closet to a half hour before succumbing. In Oklahoma, the needle became dislodged and left a man writhing in pain. The execution in that case was halted, but he died of a heart attack minutes later.

Both high profile cases gave anti-death penalty advocates more ammunition to oppose it. In fact, Wood had seen his execution stayed already because he sued the state of Arizona for sentencing him to die using the drugs that had caused previous problems. After his appeals were exhausted, he was ordered to be executed on July 23 at approximately 6 o’clock.

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