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ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#31890 Nov 19, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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Maybe it depends if you get your facts from The Russian Times, or The wall Street Journal.
Ummm... No.
ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#31891 Nov 19, 2013
Pulled this little nugget out of the information I quoted a few posts up about the Kochs, so we could put it under the microscope a bit:

$24,643,414 provided to climate denial front groups 2005-2011

That's 25 MILLION DOLLARS!(if you round up).

That is a LOT of money! What do you think they spent that money on, hmmmmm?

Fake foundations, fake scientists, fake reports, fake "grass-roots" organizations?

COULD THIS MEAN: Some of what you've heard about climate change is possibly not accurate? 25M buys a lot of propaganda.

Why would one of the worst polluters in the country spend 25 M denying climate change? What could POSSIBLY be the reason?

Think hard about that now....
Columbus Native

Oklahoma City, OK

#31892 Nov 19, 2013
When are democrats ad republicans and any sane voters in America going to demand a stop to NSA spying on Americans and European countries. Also the justice department should be ordered to stop unconstitutional wiretapping and surveillance of Americans here. It started in 2001 under bush and continues on during Obama. Federal law enforcement has it's share of criminals too since they are human. When goog men fail to act evil increases. We now have a few power control freaks wanting to control every American thru fear and intimidation. Do you want some possible federal phedofile or wife beater listening to your every intimate conversation on your phone? We are suppose to feel comfortable and safe in our own homes and the statement that if you are'nt doing anything wrong you have nothing to be worried about means that everyone must be doing something wrong so you are automatically commiting crimes so everyone is a crimanal now let's check everyone out. Scary when you consider the few weirdos listening in to your conversations.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#31893 Nov 19, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
If they are not American Citizens then they should not have Constitutional rights. That is what I wrote. People that have visas are only guest in our country with the governments permission and must obey our laws. They are supposed to stay only within a specific period of time.
Do you think foreigners with visas, illegal aliens, or terrorist should be given full American Constitutional rights?
Perhaps if you took the time to educate yourself you would not sound like an ignorant bigot. Course, since you are only offering your personal opinion, then you have every right to sound exactly the way you do.

http://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/alien
Legal immigrants enjoy the opportunity to reside within the United States without having obtained U.S. citizenship. While they have no legal or constitutional rights to remain within the country, they may stay provided that the government renews their visas at the expiration of the previous visa. In return for the U.S. granting temporary residence, these aliens owe "temporary allegiance" to the United States. Temporary allegiance involves obeying all U.S. laws while within the U.S., implied consent to U.S. court jurisdiction for alleged violation of tort and commercial laws, and submission to the court system's power of subpoena. While aliens may face suit under tort or commercial laws, they also possess the right to sue.

Despite the obligations that fall under temporary allegiance, the law affords aliens many of the rights that U.S. citizens possess. Aliens have the right to gain employment, and states cannot use discriminatory methods to protect local jobs for state citizens at the expense of aliens. Furthermore, employers cannot deprive aliens of the federal and state mandatory minimum wages.

Aliens also receive treatment very similar to the treatment that U.S. citizens receive in the context of the judicial system. For instance, the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution apply to aliens residing within the United States. As such, the courts guarantee aliens the right to due process of law and equal protection of the laws. Courts have generally construed the Fourth Amendment as applicable to aliens as well. The Fourth Amendment prohibits the government from conducting unreasonable searches and seizures.

Congress has the preeminent power in terms of passing statutes that regulate immigration and alienage. Consequently, the United States Constitution enables Congress to delineate the rights, duties, and liabilities that accompany legal immigrant status. Congressional power in this realm, however, must comply with the qualification that any law resulting in disparate treatment between aliens and citizens must bear some relation to a legitimate goal impacting immigration law. When a law treats an alien differently from a U.S. citizen, courts treat the law as inherently suspect and apply strict scrutiny when considering the law's constitutionality.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#31894 Nov 19, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously you have something against The Fair Tax, what would the reason be that you say it is "not" fair? It's attitudes like your "never going to happen" that holds us back.
The answer, if one is coming,(I haven't caught up on new posts yet) will be useless.

First, consider the source.

Second, this topic has been addressed previously, with supporting links provided. One clueless and uneducated poster insisted there was a higher percentage of tax on poor people, not realizing (or understanding the written word and links) that the prebate (paid to all households) effectively eliminates the FairTax up to a certain income level.

As I've said many times, if you're not for it, you probably don't understand it.

The fact that it likely won't happen is the typical "duck and dodge" and "bob and weave" response by the libroids.

Don't waste your time.
ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#31895 Nov 19, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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The answer, if one is coming,(I haven't caught up on new posts yet) will be useless.
First, consider the source.
Second, this topic has been addressed previously, with supporting links provided. One clueless and uneducated poster insisted there was a higher percentage of tax on poor people, not realizing (or understanding the written word and links) that the prebate (paid to all households) effectively eliminates the FairTax up to a certain income level.
As I've said many times, if you're not for it, you probably don't understand it.
The fact that it likely won't happen is the typical "duck and dodge" and "bob and weave" response by the libroids.
Don't waste your time.
The "Fair Tax", whose primary hero was America's Favorite Accountant - Rush Limbaugh - has a number of reasons for people to oppose it.

If you haven't encountered any of them yet, you really don't have any reason to be a proponent of it, other than "Rush Said So", do you?

But - to make you happy - and you know that's what I care about most, let me provide this to you.

http://bit.ly/1eguDHX

That's about as much energy as I'm willing to devote to either the Fair Tax, or Never Never Land, or other fantasies that have nothing to do with the real world.

Enjoy.
http://bit.ly/1eguDHX

“I Offer You Truth!”

Since: Jul 07

Tampa, FL

#31896 Nov 19, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Please direct me to the post where I said that was my position. Thanks.
You're wasting your time.

Remember this about buckprivatebobbie...

Whenever you challenge him to produce the post that contains a statement he alleges you made, which you, in fact, never made, he'll change gears and raise another stupid claim about something you supposedly said.

His mission is to keep you "occupied", responding to idiotic questions and bogus allegations.

He's a master at obfuscation.

He has nothing to contribute to discussions centered around serious matters, other than to repeatedly declare his hatred of President Obama.

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Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#31897 Nov 19, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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The "Fair Tax", whose primary hero was America's Favorite Accountant - Rush Limbaugh - has a number of reasons for people to oppose it.
If you haven't encountered any of them yet, you really don't have any reason to be a proponent of it, other than "Rush Said So", do you?
But - to make you happy - and you know that's what I care about most, let me provide this to you.
http://bit.ly/1eguDHX
That's about as much energy as I'm willing to devote to either the Fair Tax, or Never Never Land, or other fantasies that have nothing to do with the real world.
Enjoy.
http://bit.ly/1eguDHX
LMAO, I've never heard Rush Limbaugh (to whom I don't often listen) say a word about the FairTax other than to say there was a book written about it by one of his competitors and why would he promote or discuss one of his competitors or their book.

The poster doesn't even know who wrote the book. Not surprised.
Sick Man Freud

Blairsville, GA

#31898 Nov 19, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO, I've never heard Rush Limbaugh (to whom I don't often listen) say a word about the FairTax other than to say there was a book written about it by one of his competitors and why would he promote or discuss one of his competitors or their book.
The poster doesn't even know who wrote the book. Not surprised.
I understand why you don't listen to Rush Limbaugh... Well, you try to but you just can't hear him. As big as a$$ as Rush Limbaugh has his voice is muffled when you have your head so far up his a$$.
ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#31899 Nov 19, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO, I've never heard Rush Limbaugh (to whom I don't often listen) say a word about the FairTax other than to say there was a book written about it by one of his competitors and why would he promote or discuss one of his competitors or their book.
The poster doesn't even know who wrote the book. Not surprised.
Limbaugh, Boortz - whoever - like there's much of a difference.:)
ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#31900 Nov 19, 2013
Damn Bill. You got me on a typo last week, and on differentiating between Boortz/Limbaugh this week.

You're on an "azz-handing" streak, aren't ya, Big Buddy?

Stay vigilant, my friend. Next week I'm going to round down when I should have rounded up, just to see if you're awake.
now

Carnesville, GA

#31901 Nov 19, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
While I refuse to respond to the idiot that wrote this due to him being stupid beyond bothering with, it's important to point out to other readers that might not know the backgrounds on the foundations he's talking about.
A little research on the Cato Institution and the Heritage Foundation and the Castle Rock Foundation will easily lead you right back to the Koch Brothers.
There is a good amount of information on the SPN and there's nothing about it that's not shady. Koch Brothers with the help of Cruz are right in the middle of it.
http://www.salon.com/2013/11/15/ted_cruz_and_...
Essentially the village idiot has made my point for me, he just isn't smart enough to realize it.

Wrong dummy, neither of those were mentioned in your dummy post. My post was a correction to show you the ones affiliated with the Koch brothers.......
The Koch brothers do a good job of keeping up the likes of socialists intentions and I support them....

while you think them evil and bad, many applaud their efforts as the opposite of Soros your benefactor for progressive socialism....

Just because you throw out that the Koch's are bad medicene for America, all it proves is "you are just another dummy libroid pushing for socialism."

Shady comes from Soros.......the main benefactor of libroids, socialists, and subversives to the U. S. constitution........


"In April 2005, Soros' Open Society Institute was the primary sponsor of a conference at Yale Law School, called, "The Constitution in 2020." The conference's task was to produce "a progressive vision of what the Constitution ought to be." When one sees references in progressive speak about the "evolutionary character of constitutional law," they are talking about changing the Constitution to formally enshrine their policy preferences so they can avoid the messy necessity of having to win elections.”

An open subversive attempt to create that Oligarchy I have predicted in past posts……..


You were born a dummy, and you remain a dummy..........

now

Carnesville, GA

#31902 Nov 19, 2013
comshau 30711 wrote:
<quoted text>Doodybob he was not directing that at you. He is a bed wetter like you!

Doo aint too bright..........he pays big dollars for only 60% of healthcare.......



now

Carnesville, GA

#31903 Nov 19, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
He said, she said.

Yeah, the dummy first associated the list with the tea party, and now the Koch brothers. Next week they will be associated with Tinkle Bell.......

now

Carnesville, GA

#31904 Nov 19, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/en/campaigns/gl...

Claude R. Lambe Foundation
On this page
Read more about the Koch Family Foundations
Find more recipients of Koch foundation money
Find most recent grants from the CRL Foundation:
$24,643,414 provided to climate denial front groups 2005-2011 [Total funds given to front groups 1997-2011:$27,411,493]
The Claude R. Lambe Foundation is the dominant financier of organizations taking a more visible, active role in day-to-day efforts to oppose clean energy and climate policy. The Foundation contributed $24.6 million to climate opposition groups from 2005-2011.
The Board of Directors is comprised entirely of Koch family members, senior Koch executives, and staff who serve Koch foundations:
Richard Fink - President
Logan Moore - Secretary
Vonda Holliman - Treasurer
Charles G. Koch - Director
Elizabeth B. Koch - Director
Elizabeth R. Koch - Director
Charles C. Koch - Director
AND.... All over the place. But I've made my point.
RWW's - They're funny when they try to use computers.

So you finally found the correct name huh.......Claude instead of Clyde......
Thanks for the info, I'm gonna send them some money if they are fighting those dummy UN flim flammers on climate change....

First it was global warming, and when proven that temps have fallen, changed to climate change to take in any and all changes such as when the weather gives us 78 degrees today and 82 tomorrow, and they call it climate change......

Climate change is inclusive of rain, no rain, sunshine, cloudy, snow,no snow, sleet, no sleet, temps going up, temps going down, etc., etc..........

These Gore supporters need to be exposed, and I thank the Koch brothers for exposing them..........


BTW, there's going to be a climate tomorrw..........and the next day, and the next, and the next......

Mother Earth is laughing at the fools thinking they have found the cup of hope in climate change.....
Sick Man Freud

Blairsville, GA

#31905 Nov 19, 2013
now wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, the dummy first associated the list with the tea party, and now the Koch brothers. Next week they will be associated with Tinkle Bell.......
"Tinkle Bell"... you really are stupid, aren't you?
Forum Awards

Norcross, GA

#31906 Nov 19, 2013
now wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong dummy,.....(lot's of ignorant crap that had nothing to do with what was ACTUALLY discussed just a few posts back.)...dummy..libroid....ran dom drooling and grunting noises.....
http://bubblear.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/0...

Forum Award!

Congratulations on one of the most ignorant [email protected] posts we've ever seen here at the Forum Awards.

You win at being ignorant!
now

Carnesville, GA

#31907 Nov 19, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
Pulled this little nugget out of the information I quoted a few posts up about the Kochs, so we could put it under the microscope a bit:
$24,643,414 provided to climate denial front groups 2005-2011
That's 25 MILLION DOLLARS!(if you round up).
That is a LOT of money! What do you think they spent that money on, hmmmmm?
Fake foundations, fake scientists, fake reports, fake "grass-roots" organizations?
COULD THIS MEAN: Some of what you've heard about climate change is possibly not accurate? 25M buys a lot of propaganda.
Why would one of the worst polluters in the country spend 25 M denying climate change? What could POSSIBLY be the reason?
Think hard about that now....

I'm thinking hard about it and have decided you are still a big dummy with all your posts. Folks have different supporting data than you do.... Ours are correct and yours is wrong. end of story.....

Tell us ole swami, what's gonna be the temp next Monday???

Will it rain? will there be a tornado?? a hard freeze?? 66 degrees??? sunshine or cloudy??

YOuse libroids cant even tell us the weather next week, and you expect the world to believe the lies put out by the U.N., a bunch of biased folks whose job is to produce reports by socialist consensus....
now

Carnesville, GA

#31908 Nov 19, 2013
Columbus Native wrote:
When are democrats ad republicans and any sane voters in America going to demand a stop to NSA spying on Americans and European countries. Also the justice department should be ordered to stop unconstitutional wiretapping and surveillance of Americans here. It started in 2001 under bush and continues on during Obama. Federal law enforcement has it's share of criminals too since they are human. When goog men fail to act evil increases. We now have a few power control freaks wanting to control every American thru fear and intimidation. Do you want some possible federal phedofile or wife beater listening to your every intimate conversation on your phone? We are suppose to feel comfortable and safe in our own homes and the statement that if you are'nt doing anything wrong you have nothing to be worried about means that everyone must be doing something wrong so you are automatically commiting crimes so everyone is a crimanal now let's check everyone out. Scary when you consider the few weirdos listening in to your conversations.


You voted for the dummy president, take your issue up with him. I'm sure you will be given entry to his throne........

ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#31909 Nov 19, 2013
Sick Man Freud wrote:
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"Tinkle Bell"... you really are stupid, aren't you?
He really, really is.

No joke.

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