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Dr Common Sense

Dawsonville, GA

#24618 Sep 16, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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While disagreeing with some of Bush's policies, I respected Bush for his stance on moral issues: his Faith Based Initiatives, his support of adult stem cell research while opposing embryonic stem cell research and his support of traditional marriage. While I understand the stated goals of "No Child Left Behind", I disagree strongly with virtually all federal government micromanaging of the educational system - we have seen nothing but a decline in our educational system since the establishment of the Dept of Education. He cut taxes - positive, but he increased spending dramatically - negative. His cabinet was far more "diverse" than Obama's.
All of the above are reasons I respected Bush, with the exception of increased spending, do you see anything in that list that Obama would agree with? Therefore, your statement that Obama's policies are almost a mirror image of Bush's is completely false.
So, what have I said that supports your contention that I sound racist? It would appear that it is the simple matter that I oppose Obama's policies. Thank you for proving my point brilliantly. And I will repeat, I just as strongly opposed Hillarycare - does that make me sexist?
Mr. Bush's "support" of stem cell research put this countries program behind the rest of the world by 20 years. His blocking of embryonic stem cells research funding sent scientists from this country abroad to do their research. The idea that the embryonic stem cells were being collected by killing babies was a pure lie. More than likely started by the pharmaceutical industry to protect their money making markets. Even today stem cell research money is hard to get because pharmaceutical companies don't want a one time fix for disease. They want to sell you pills for the rest of your life! In the beginning researchers were using what amounts to hospital waste for their studies, not from babies!! Stem cells from living people are now at the forefront of research and they are doing amazing things with them, I know, I have them. I also know that if research in this country had not been stifled by misinformation for years stem cells would be mainstream saving lives today.
As for the rest of your Bush accomplishments, I just look at our economy, our home values, our debt the graves and make my judgments. He was not my pastor, he was my President and a world leader. What he did was destroy the economy of U. S., the world and killed thousands of people along the way.
Now

Dahlonega, GA

#24619 Sep 16, 2013
Vermin infest the White House, Obama being top Bug....


http://www.nationaljournal.com/whitehouse/bug...

Now

Dahlonega, GA

#24620 Sep 16, 2013
dailykos----where dreams and fantasy become reality...


And fools believe....

Now

Dahlonega, GA

#24621 Sep 16, 2013
Obama and his pet bug....on his forehead...


http://www.wnd.com/files/2013/01/Obama-fly_24...




Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#24622 Sep 16, 2013
What's in a Name? Global Warming vs. Climate Change
http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/cli...

To a scientist, global warming describes the average global surface temperature increase from human emissions of greenhouse gases. Its first use was in a 1975 Science article by geochemist Wallace Broecker of Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory: "Climatic Change: Are We on the Brink of a Pronounced Global Warming?"1

Broecker's term was a break with tradition. Earlier studies of human impact on climate had called it "inadvertent climate modification."2 This was because while many scientists accepted that human activities could cause climate change, they did not know what the direction of change might be. Industrial emissions of tiny airborne particles called aerosols might cause cooling, while greenhouse gas emissions would cause warming. Which effect would dominate?

For most of the 1970s, nobody knew. So "inadvertent climate modification," while clunky and dull, was an accurate reflection of the state of knowledge.

The first decisive National Academy of Science study of carbon dioxide's impact on climate, published in 1979, abandoned "inadvertent climate modification." Often called the Charney Report for its chairman, Jule Charney of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, declared: "if carbon dioxide continues to increase,[we find] no reason to doubt that climate changes will result and no reason to believe that these changes will be negligible."3

In place of inadvertent climate modification, Charney adopted Broecker's usage. When referring to surface temperature change, Charney used "global warming." When discussing the many other changes that would be induced by increasing carbon dioxide, Charney used "climate change."

Within scientific journals, this is still how the two terms are used. Global warming refers to surface temperature increases, while climate change includes global warming and everything else that increasing greenhouse gas amounts will affect....

http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives...
Global warming is turning 35! Not only has the current spate of global warming been going on for about 35 years now, but also the term “global warming” will have its 35th anniversary next week. On 8 August 1975, Wally Broecker published his paper “Are we on the brink of a pronounced global warming?” in the journal Science. That appears to be the first use of the term “global warming” in the scientific literature (at least it’s the first of over 10,000 papers for this search term according to the ISI database of journal articles).

In this paper, Broecker correctly predicted “that the present cooling trend will, within a decade or so, give way to a pronounced warming induced by carbon dioxide”, and that “by early in the next century [carbon dioxide] will have driven the mean planetary temperature beyond the limits experienced during the last 1000 years”. He predicted an overall 20th Century global warming of 0.8ºC due to CO2 and worried about the consequences for agriculture and sea level.

...It is very instructive to see how Broecker arrived at his predictions back in 1975 – not least because even today, many lay people incorrectly assume that we attribute global warming to CO2 basically because temperature and CO2 levels have both gone up and thus correlate. Broecker came to his prediction at a time when CO2 had been going up but temperatures had been going down for decades – but Broecker (like most other climate scientists at the time, and today) understood the basic physics of the issue.

Basically his prediction involved just three simple steps that in essence are still used today....

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#24623 Sep 16, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Former Republican Party of Florida Chairman Jim Greer says he attended various meetings, beginning in 2009, at which party staffers and consultants pushed for reductions in early voting days and hours.
....(deleted for space)
http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2011/05/09/...
– Forces Provisional Ballots: The bill eliminates a long-standing provision that allows people to change their address or name at the polls. For four decades, Florida allowed those with proper photo ID whose name or address had changed due to marriage, or divorce, or a move by a military family to update that information on Election Day. Under HB 1355, those changes would only be allowed for voters moving within the same county. Otherwise, a voter will not have to cast a provisional ballot and later provide identification to the supervisor of elections. As one Florida supervisor of elections told the Florida Independent, the provision is “disturbing” as provisional ballots are often reserved for close races and thus “go uncounted.”
– Cuts Early Voting: HB 1355 also cuts the time for early voting from 14 days to eight. The early voting reform was among former Gov. Charlie Crist’s (R-FL) election reforms to “prevent embarrassments like the 2000 election.” As the Miami Herald’s Joy-Ann Reid notes,“It was a hard-won victory for working people who sometimes can’t get to the polls if they work odd hours, or run out of time to resolve a problem at the polls.” According to Reid, in 2008, black churches and college students “took full advantage of the extra time”— two groups that overwhelmingly voted for President Obama.
– Invalidates Absentee Ballots: The bill severely undercuts the absentee ballot. Under this bill, absentee ballots are determined illegal if the voter’s signature on the certificate does not match the signature on record.” As the Herald-Tribune notes, this will affect “voters who suffer from arthritis, strokes and other ailments that affect their handwriting. Those who fail to update their signatures in time would be out of luck.” The bill states that, if elections results are contested, a court cannot “consider any evidence other than the signatures on the voter’s certificate and the signature of the elector in the registration records” in determining the ballots validity.
– Fines Third Party Voting Groups: Third-party voter registration groups, such as the non-partisan League of Women voters, the NAACP, and the Boy Scouts are also targeted by HB 1355 by requiring these groups to turn in registration cards within 48 hours of signature or face fines. Voter groups note that “the requirement would be difficult to meet if they are registering thousands of voters at a time.” Because of the “undue burden” this provision places on “thousands of volunteers,” the League of Women Voters — an organization with a “91-year history of registering and educating voters”— announced today that it will “cease [its] voter registration efforts in this state” should HB 1355 become law
Read that same article when I was looking into just what the changes were people were saying were so "disenfranchising" - bunk. The first three are all a matter of personal responsibility. Allowing a name or address change on election day both slows up the voting process and leaves open chances of fraud. But the main problem is slowing up the process. If it wasn't important enough to you to take care of these changes prior to election day - tough. If 8 days are not enough to early vote, vote absentee. No hardship here. Already addressed the signature issue. Again, every one of them are issues of personal responsibility.
The only change that wasn't aimed at personal responsibility is the 3rd party registration. That is a logical restriction to keep 3rd party groups from holding on to large numbers of registrations and dumping them massive numbers on the registration offices. Don't see the problem.
Slim Pickins

Ellijay, GA

#24624 Sep 16, 2013
I would vote now for whomever won in 2010.

Call me Bandwagon Slim.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#24625 Sep 16, 2013
Dr Common Sense wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Bush's "support" of stem cell research put this countries program behind the rest of the world by 20 years. His blocking of embryonic stem cells research funding sent scientists from this country abroad to do their research. The idea that the embryonic stem cells were being collected by killing babies was a pure lie. More than likely started by the pharmaceutical industry to protect their money making markets. Even today stem cell research money is hard to get because pharmaceutical companies don't want a one time fix for disease. They want to sell you pills for the rest of your life!...(deleted for space)
. I also know that if research in this country had not been stifled by misinformation for years stem cells would be mainstream saving lives today.
....
Besides being writing a paragraph full of misinformation, you also have to malign the pharmaceutical industry - typical.
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2012 Nobel Prize winners Eliminate Need for Embryonic Stem Cells

"Two scientists ... won the Nobel Prize in medicine Monday for the groundbreaking discovery that cells in the body can be reprogrammed into completely different kinds, work that reflects the mechanism behind cloning and offers an alternative to using embryonic stem cells."

"Basically, Gurdon, 79, and Yamanaka, 50, showed how to make the equivalent of embryonic stem cells without the ethical questions those very versatile cells pose, a promise scientists are now scrambling to fulfill."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/08/nobe...

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And research was not "stifled" due to "misinformation". It was stifled due to the legitimate and moral concerns over the destruction of life.

A physician at the Mayo Clinic stated it well:
"The moral dilemma with human embryonic stem cell research involves one single question: When does life begin? There are those such as myself who believe life begins at conception, when a genetically unique individual is created. When considering the embryonic stem cell debate through this viewpoint, any potential benefit is weighed against the destruction of a unique human life. Certainly not everyone agrees with this definition of life, but I challenge you to consider in your own mind when life begins. At what point from conception to birth is human research – leading to destruction of the embryo, fetus, or human being – acceptable? How much does the potential end result influence your decision?

I am morally opposed to embryonic stem cell research as any potential benefits are not justified by the destruction of a human life. Medical research has crossed ethical boundaries in the past, no doubt leading to useful information, but at what cost? These past mistakes have led to strict human research standards to protect those populations at risk, such as the mentally ill, minorities, prisoners, and children. I feel these same standards should be applied to all stages of human life."

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And even more importantly, the success with stem cells have come from adult stem cells, not embryonic.

"We've analyzed the last five years of funding by the San Francisco-based California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), which was CREATED TO PROMOTE embryonic stem-cell research that hopefully would lead to therapies and cures for various diseases," Donovan explains. "It was promised to do that. Our analysis shows that they have been unable to find projects that work that way, and they are now turning more and more to adult stem-cell resources, which do not raise those ethical issues of destroying human embryos."

"EVEN THE MOST SUPPORTIVE ENTITY in the country, CIRM, cannot find beneficial projects for human embryo research and is turning to adult stem cells. "

- See more at: http://www.onenewsnow.com/culture/2012/08/28/...

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#24626 Sep 16, 2013
Now wrote:
<quoted text>
And now we have Obama playing with a new Red Line........Iran..
The man is dumber than a box of rocks. He speaks for the numbskulls libroids who support him, not the other 60% who oppose his actions.
"President Obama drew another “red line” Sunday, now on Iranian nukes — and insisted that this time, he really means it, despite infamously wavering on his red-line pledge about Syria using chemical weapons."
http://nypost.com/2013/09/16/obamas-new-red-l...
Obama had his chance to overthrow the Iranian regime several years go with the help of Iran's own citizens. He refused to even give them a o.k. nod for confidence to start their revolution.
Now he wants to draw another red line. This time on Iran. If Obama had done his job and given the people of Iran support we would not be facing what we are today. He ignored the problem and look what we have now.
Bush and Clinton both ignored Korea and look what a problem we have now.
The poor mans nuclear bomb is chemical weapons. The more advanced militarized countries have Nuclear weapons. What makes one weapon more accepted than another. O.K. to be nuked but not gassed? Chemical weapons are against the rules but nukes are okay. Does that make ant sense? Dead kids are dead kids.Take all the pictures of them that you want to show the public but they are still dead.
Iran and N.Korea should have already been taken care of years ago when they both threatened the United States with mass destruction. If I were president they would have been quickly asked to withdraw those statements and cease production of weapons of mass destruction or I would have destroyed them.
Both countries will probably attack us as soon as they get the proper technology and capabilities.
We always sit around doing nothing and watching these huge threats move on us and do nothing. Then it becomes to late and we want to go around using up one and a half million dollars for each cruise missile, on a country that can't possibly defend itself from our military power. A country such as Syria that has done nothing to us, has not threatened us, has no national security threats or interest to us, is what the U.S. Military goes after.
You tell me what is wrong with this picture.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#24627 Sep 16, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
None of these examples define a mom and pop business by gross sale amount, so, what constitutes a small business, gross sales of 250k, 500k, 1mil, 5mil, 10mil.
Uhmm, let's see do I want a licsenced building contractor building my home, or just any joe who knows which end of the hammer hits the nail.
This link
http://www.nahb.org/news_details.aspx...
doesn't discuss eliminating regulations, instead it's main thrust is lack of governmental complience with the review process.
But hey, we all know that doin' a job the right way is always going to cost more than the fast and easy way.
You know very well what the original poster meant by "mom and pop" - must you be so consistently contrarian?
And regarding the link you referred to - you don't see the problem with the very government agencies in charge of enforcing the regulations are not conforming with THEIR own rules. I guess you don't see the irony there. If you're so concerned about "any Joe" you must not have finished reading the very article you reference:

" The Environmental Protection Agency’s Lead: Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) rule:
EPA failed to convene a small business review panel when it first moved to amend the rule in 2008. The final rule, which went into effect in 2010, constrained small businesses in the home building and remodeling industry. It requires renovation work that disturbs more than six square feet in a home built before 1978 to follow new lead-safe work practices supervised by an EPA-certified renovator and performed by an EPA-certified renovation firm.
This has resulted in excessive compliance costs that ultimately get passed on to consumers. AN UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCE OF THIS RULE IS THAT IT ENCOURAGES HOME OWNERS TO HIRE UNCERTIFIED CONTRACTORS TO DO THE WORK, or worse, do the work themselves and actually increase the likelihood of disturbing lead-based paint. POOR DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION by EPA has jeopardized safety, needlessly raised costs for remodelers and consumers, and hindered both job growth and energy efficiency upgrades."

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#24628 Sep 16, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Taking Occam's Razor to the Syria diplomacy debacle
THU SEP 12, 2013
by yelloweye
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/09/12/1238...
1) Was Kerry’s now-famous statement a gaffe, or a strategic maneuver?
The Razor says: Strategic maneuver.
Rationale: I mean, come on – there’s no razor necessary here; you could use a butter knife to cut this one. For starters, listen to the detail in Kerry’s statement – the precise timeline, the lack of pauses. He’s not making it up on the spot. More importantly, though, consider for a moment the virtually impossible odds against one individual, no matter how knowledgeable they may be, dreaming up a win-win-win scenario to prevent a major military conflict in the span of a few seconds, with no pauses or missteps, all in front of the media. To use Bill Bryson’s term, the chances are ‘vanishingly small’....
2) Then why the hell did Kerry phrase it as he did?
The Razor says: Because The Plan had to come from Russia.
Rationale: Assad can acquiesce to allies; he cannot acquiesce to the U.S. Kerry wanted The Plan to work, but he could not be the one to present it to the world....
3) So if The Plan had to come from Russia, why did Kerry even bring it up?
The Razor says: Because Russia (and Syria) were dragging their feet, and every minute that passed was weakening the U.S.’s leverage.
Rationale: The American public’s opinion was trending heavily against intervention. More importantly, the Congressional vote to authorize the use of military intervention was approximately 48 hours away when Kerry made his statement – and as the vote was almost certainly going to be a strong rejection of military intervention, it was shaping up to be a severe blow to U.S. leverage. By bringing up The Plan in a roundabout but public manner, Kerry put Russia and Syria on the spot – either they get moving, or the possibility would be lost.
4) So if Russia and Syria both knew that President Obama was in a tough spot, why did they latch onto The Plan? Why didn’t they let Kerry’s remark pass, watch the President’s leverage erode along with public support and the Congressional vote, and dare him to act in such a weakened state?
The Razor says: Because President Obama’s team had privately assured Russia and Syria that they would launch a military intervention regardless of the Congressional vote.
Rationale: President Obama was truly boxed in on this one....
5) So why would Russia care? Why would they hop so quickly after Kerry’s statement?
The Razor says: Because, in the end, Russia wasn’t going to do anything about the U.S.’s military intervention, and this was going to diminish their standing as a useful ally.
Russia was going to sit on the sidelines and watch the U.S. attacks unfold, and this was going to send a terrible message to Russia’s other allies. The message would have been: when push comes to shove, Russia is powerless to stop the U.S. from doing whatever it wants, even to close allies.
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In the end, none of the three primary nations involved wanted U.S. military intervention, but all were somewhat boxed in: Assad couldn’t be seen as giving in to U.S. demands, President Obama couldn’t be seen as going back on his ‘red line’ statement, and Russia was essentially powerless to stop the U.S. from doing whatever it wanted - but it couldn't be seen as such.
The three nations had to come up with a solution, and that’s what happened.
Oh, I get it. The Obama Administration INTENDED to be made to look like idiots. Yeah, that's a foreign policy designed to maintain respect in future foreign relations.
fairytale

Dawsonville, GA

#24629 Sep 16, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama had his chance to overthrow the Iranian regime several years go with the help of Iran's own citizens. He refused to even give them a o.k. nod for confidence to start their revolution.
Now he wants to draw another red line. This time on Iran. If Obama had done his job and given the people of Iran support we would not be facing what we are today. He ignored the problem and look what we have now.
Bush and Clinton both ignored Korea and look what a problem we have now.
The poor mans nuclear bomb is chemical weapons. The more advanced militarized countries have Nuclear weapons. What makes one weapon more accepted than another. O.K. to be nuked but not gassed? Chemical weapons are against the rules but nukes are okay. Does that make ant sense? Dead kids are dead kids.Take all the pictures of them that you want to show the public but they are still dead.
Iran and N.Korea should have already been taken care of years ago when they both threatened the United States with mass destruction. If I were president they would have been quickly asked to withdraw those statements and cease production of weapons of mass destruction or I would have destroyed them.
Both countries will probably attack us as soon as they get the proper technology and capabilities.
We always sit around doing nothing and watching these huge threats move on us and do nothing. Then it becomes to late and we want to go around using up one and a half million dollars for each cruise missile, on a country that can't possibly defend itself from our military power. A country such as Syria that has done nothing to us, has not threatened us, has no national security threats or interest to us, is what the U.S. Military goes after.
You tell me what is wrong with this picture.
What's wrong with this picture, its in your warped mind, it not factual, its a fairytale.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#24630 Sep 16, 2013
fairytale wrote:
<quoted text>
What's wrong with this picture, its in your warped mind, it not factual, its a fairytale.
Really? What are the points BigDave made that are not factual - I'm curious.
OMTE

Adel, GA

#24631 Sep 16, 2013
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#24632 Sep 16, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>Former Republican Party of Florida Chairman Jim Greer says he attended various meetings, beginning in 2009, at which party staffers and consultants pushed for reductions in early voting days and hours.

“The Republican Party, the strategists, the consultants, they firmly believe that early voting is bad for Republican Party candidates,” Greer told The Post.“It’s done for one reason and one reason only.…‘We’ve got to cut down on early voting because early voting is not good for us,’” Greer said he was told by those staffers and consultants.

“They never came in to see me and tell me we had a (voter) fraud issue,” Greer said.“It’s all a marketing ploy.”

http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2011/05/09/...
– Forces Provisional Ballots: The bill eliminates a long-standing provision that allows people to change their address or name at the polls. For four decades, Florida allowed those with proper photo ID whose name or address had changed due to marriage, or divorce, or a move by a military family to update that information on Election Day. Under HB 1355, those changes would only be allowed for voters moving within the same county. Otherwise, a voter will not have to cast a provisional ballot and later provide identification to the supervisor of elections. As one Florida supervisor of elections told the Florida Independent, the provision is “disturbing” as provisional ballots are often reserved for close races and thus “go uncounted.”

– Cuts Early Voting: HB 1355 also cuts the time for early voting from 14 days to eight. The early voting reform was among former Gov. Charlie Crist’s (R-FL) election reforms to “prevent embarrassments like the 2000 election.” As the Miami Herald’s Joy-Ann Reid notes,“It was a hard-won victory for working people who sometimes can’t get to the polls if they work odd hours, or run out of time to resolve a problem at the polls.” According to Reid, in 2008, black churches and college students “took full advantage of the extra time”— two groups that overwhelmingly voted for President Obama.

– Invalidates Absentee Ballots: The bill severely undercuts the absentee ballot. Under this bill, absentee ballots are determined illegal if the voter’s signature on the certificate does not match the signature on record.” As the Herald-Tribune notes, this will affect “voters who suffer from arthritis, strokes and other ailments that affect their handwriting. Those who fail to update their signatures in time would be out of luck.” The bill states that, if elections results are contested, a court cannot “consider any evidence other than the signatures on the voter’s certificate and the signature of the elector in the registration records” in determining the ballots validity.

– Fines Third Party Voting Groups: Third-party voter registration groups, such as the non-partisan League of Women voters, the NAACP, and the Boy Scouts are also targeted by HB 1355 by requiring these groups to turn in registration cards within 48 hours of signature or face fines. Voter groups note that “the requirement would be difficult to meet if they are registering thousands of voters at a time.” Because of the “undue burden” this provision places on “thousands of volunteers,” the League of Women Voters — an organization with a “91-year history of registering and educating voters”— announced today that it will “cease [its] voter registration efforts in this state” should HB 1355 become law
Those damn Boy Scouts - first they let gays in, then they try to register the "wrong" kind of voters.
goodness

Ellijay, GA

#24633 Sep 16, 2013
cant keep going this way much longer
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#24634 Sep 16, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>You know very well what the original poster meant by "mom and pop" - must you be so consistently contrarian?
And regarding the link you referred to - you don't see the problem with the very government agencies in charge of enforcing the regulations are not conforming with THEIR own rules. I guess you don't see the irony there. If you're so concerned about "any Joe" you must not have finished reading the very article you reference:

" The Environmental Protection Agency’s Lead: Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) rule:
EPA failed to convene a small business review panel when it first moved to amend the rule in 2008. The final rule, which went into effect in 2010, constrained small businesses in the home building and remodeling industry. It requires renovation work that disturbs more than six square feet in a home built before 1978 to follow new lead-safe work practices supervised by an EPA-certified renovator and performed by an EPA-certified renovation firm.
This has resulted in excessive compliance costs that ultimately get passed on to consumers. AN UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCE OF THIS RULE IS THAT IT ENCOURAGES HOME OWNERS TO HIRE UNCERTIFIED CONTRACTORS TO DO THE WORK, or worse, do the work themselves and actually increase the likelihood of disturbing lead-based paint. POOR DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION by EPA has jeopardized safety, needlessly raised costs for remodelers and consumers, and hindered both job growth and energy efficiency upgrades."
Nobody knows what "Mom and Pop" means.

That's the trouble with Right Wingers - those pesky details and facts are just too much trouble to consider.

I still remain amazed over the taxpayers buying me Lincoln Navigator when the tax code said that as long as I bought a vehicle classified as a "truck" that weighed over 6,000 pounds, I could write the entire cost off taxes.

Who would have thought those pesky definitions could be manipulated by non-farmers to take advantage of farm subsidies.

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Cape Coral, FL

#24635 Sep 16, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, I get it. The Obama Administration INTENDED to be made to look like idiots. Yeah, that's a foreign policy designed to maintain respect in future foreign relations.
No... If they wanted to look like idiots they would have invaded Iraq, spent Trillions of Dollars, and bankrupted the country making the world a safer place for terrorists.

Oh wait... That's a Right Wing thing.
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#24636 Sep 16, 2013
OMTE wrote:
"Americans would be safer if police forces were abolished". Really OMTE! That is a direct Quote from the link you posted. I have just got to ask- do you really believe that? BTW, I am not stalking you and I am not a queer.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#24637 Sep 16, 2013
fairytale wrote:
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What's wrong with this picture, its in your warped mind, it not factual, its a fairytale.
Oh my God its the clueless one from Dahlonega again.
Just tell me what is wrong with this picture. Just tell me what is not factual!
Fairytale, I think not. I think my facts are absolutely straight and you know it.
Did I smear one of your idols? I told the truth.

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