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#40135 Mar 31, 2014
Synergy wrote:
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EX-ACTLY! Considering Obama and Gore have one.
I hear you libroids are hoping Goofy and Tweedle Dum get one this year. Wait.....I just told you they already have theirs.
Whoops, you already covered it. ;)
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Jefferson, GA

#40136 Mar 31, 2014

Perdue and Handel are running a close race in my book .......

Nunn looks like a loser ......

Since: Nov 12

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#40137 Mar 31, 2014
WasBushStupid wrote:
"“We’ve got this tailspin of culture in our inner cities in particular of men not working and just a generation of men not even thinking about working or learning the value and the culture of work,” REPUBLICAN Paul Ryan, March 12, 2014
Corporations and the wealthy need to learn "the value and the culture of" paying their fair share of taxes.
Meanwhile back at the Democrat White House:
"Obamacare squeaks by with a passing grade—but could still fail"
Despite the Republican hostility towards the ACA and it's rough start, it moves forward. A couple million more people visited the site over the weekend or called in. That gets them in line.
That hostility will be used by Republicans in future elections, BUT.
The GOP has sent the word out that labor unions will be the #1 attack in upcoming elections as the ACA will take second or lower.
Nationally, Republicans think that they can follow Wisconsin's lead in attacking unions, BUT. At some point that attack must meet head on with minimum wage and the Republican hate of workers.
No one hates workers more than Paul Ryan and Scott Walker. Both are from Wisconsin. So Wisconsin will figure in on the 2016 Republican candidate, BUT. Republicans are getting exposed for their real worth of near zero to workers on an increasing scale.
So what is important to workers? That the wealthy pay their FAIR share of taxes, homes, keeping homes, healthcare, dental care, food and the usual costs of living.
So here we may have the worker pitted against social and corporate welfare.
Labor can win the 2016 presidential race because Republicans hate workers, BUT. The offset may be narrow because social welfare is not liked by workers either. Still Republicans best be very careful about kicking workers.
The Republicans may actually favor a minimum wage increase before it's over.
"Republicans hate workers"
"Corporations and the wealthy don't pay their fair share."

You really are getting desperate. Why bother to point out the facts about who pays taxes in this country - the Left just ignores it anyway - while they busily do everything they can to keep from paying their own taxes.(Charlie Rangel, Timothy Geitner, and so on and so on)
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Jefferson, GA

#40138 Mar 31, 2014
The proliferation of lies by these dummy Libroids on topix is proof positive desperation has set in.........

They see they are losing in the senate this fall........

And their lies get bigger as their fear grows .........,

Sweet justice will prevail this year as the conservative Repubs take over both houses.........

Obama will swap places with Bo in the dog house......... Pelosi will be relegated
To bathroom cleaner in the house......and Reid will seek treatment for being a fool......

Happy days will return to D.C..........

Everyone can have a job.......

Housing will pick up........

A legless chicken in every pot......
And a topix that will be cleansed of liars.......
guest

United States

#40139 Mar 31, 2014
Contrary to what ultra conservative reactionaries may say, the "morning after pill or Plan B is not an abortion pill. The fundamentalists practice misleading and erroneous propaganda as a regular part of their agenda.

Here's is what the medical community says:

http://www.webmd.com/women/guide/plan-b

http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/mo...

http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/mo...

Yet hard core right winged conservative fundamentalists will deny the science despite the truth. It is an amazing thing to watch.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#40140 Mar 31, 2014
guest wrote:
Contrary to what ultra conservative reactionaries may say, the "morning after pill or Plan B is not an abortion pill. The fundamentalists practice misleading and erroneous propaganda as a regular part of their agenda.
Here's is what the medical community says:
http://www.webmd.com/women/guide/plan-b
http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/mo...
http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/mo...
Yet hard core right winged conservative fundamentalists will deny the science despite the truth. It is an amazing thing to watch.
Who has said that the morning after pill is an abortion pill? I'm not saying that it HASN'T been said. I don't consider it an abortion pill.
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Jefferson, GA

#40141 Mar 31, 2014

21% of demos and 62% of independents hate obamacare.......
Enthusiasm of demo Libroids in a tailspin while enthusiasm among conservatives are at an all time high.....

Enthusiastic voters lead 2 to 1 in going to the polls..........and voting......,
Not looking good at all for the Libroids in Nov..........
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Jefferson, GA

#40142 Mar 31, 2014
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>Who has said that the morning after pill is an abortion pill? I'm not saying that it HASN'T been said. I don't consider it an abortion pill.
Actually news reports state the morning after pill cause permanent health problems for women who use the pill .......
Libroids way of decreasing the population per Agenda 21.........


Since: Nov 12

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#40143 Mar 31, 2014
guest wrote:
Contrary to what ultra conservative reactionaries may say, the "morning after pill or Plan B is not an abortion pill. The fundamentalists practice misleading and erroneous propaganda as a regular part of their agenda.
Here's is what the medical community says:
http://www.webmd.com/women/guide/plan-b
http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/mo...
http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/mo...
Yet hard core right winged conservative fundamentalists will deny the science despite the truth. It is an amazing thing to watch.
You need to read your own links:

"It is also possible that this type of emergency birth control prevents implantation of a fertilized egg in the uterus by altering its lining."

In the minds of many, life begins at fertilization. It has nothing to do with your false claim of "denying" science.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#40144 Mar 31, 2014
same wrote:
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Actually news reports state the morning after pill cause permanent health problems for women who use the pill .......
Libroids way of decreasing the population per Agenda 21.........
Ahhh. I truly don't know anything at all about the morning after pill.
AnybodyButDeal

United States

#40145 Mar 31, 2014
In spite of Republican efforts the ACA, aka Obamacare, moves forward. Deemed successful by the numbers.
Republican red states refused to help. Republican red states refused to allow their own state level exchanges.
PRESIDENT Obama once again had to go it alone without the Republican congress doing nothing EXCEPT voting 793 times to kill the ACA. Then they slashed the prez's tires and made off with the White House silver. OrangeMan Bonner and "No Lips" McCorney were found in a drunken stupor after being told that the numbers showed the ACA to be a success.
WasBushStupid

United States

#40146 Mar 31, 2014
Breaking news: Revealed, Bush Women Voted for President Obama, twice. Babs says "No more Bushs". Old man Bush admits that he had considered stuffing baby George in a burlap sack and dropping him in a creek. Says baby George would do dumb things, like pulling a handful of poo poo out of his diaper and rubbing it all over his face. Then he would just laugh.
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Jefferson, GA

#40147 Mar 31, 2014
Synergy wrote:
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Ahhh. I truly don't know anything at all about the morning after pill.

A website every woman should read..........


"At home and abroad, the abortion, family planning, and population control groups which seek to promote MAP ignore the scientifically-proven risks of levonorgestrel (the sole active ingredient of Plan B MAP). These well-documented adverse side effects include significant weight gain (on average 15 pounds), depression, ovarian cyst enlargement, gallbladder disease, high blood pressure, respiratory disorders,4 increased risk of ectopic pregnancy5 and death. In some women, these serious adverse effects of levonorgestrel-type MAP could lead to further health risks for bulimia, anorexia, or clinical depression."


http://www.pop.org/content/dangers-of-morning...

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Jefferson, GA

#40148 Mar 31, 2014


Preparing for Rough Midterms, Democratic Groups Already Blaming Each Other..........pointing fingers at obama, reid, and pelosi.........

"Says one progressive strategist: "This is a coming divide for the Democratic Party."


Gotta love it..........libroids eating each other alive..........

Hold onto their gubmit teat is the only thing that counts..........dam obama and those who led us into this debacle say those libroids up for re-election..........


sorta like watching a couple of pit bulls fight it out..........

"Earlier this month, Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas argued liberals had successfully purged so-called squishy moderates from the Democratic Party's ranks—even if those same lawmakers had helped the party retain conservative-leaning Senate and House seats. From the middle, the centrist Democratic think tank Third Way has become more outspoken in criticizing progressive leaders, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, for advocating an agenda that will compromise the party's ability to attract moderate voters.

The public spats between outside groups are nothing compared with the private finger-pointing over who could be responsible if Republicans ride a political wave this year. The moderate wing is prepared to blame the party for avoiding centrist initiatives like free-trade deals and entitlement reform, while the Left will argue party leaders didn't do enough to protect benefits."


Demo motto = it's a dog eat dog world, and the big lying dog just might get the bone..........

and the conservatives reply..........here fido, take your pension package and go back home..........the people dont want you anymore.......

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Jefferson, GA

#40149 Mar 31, 2014

Veteran have spoken..........

A good president, Bush, is better than a bad president, obama..........


"Just 32 percent of military veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan approve of the job Barack Obama is doing as president, according to a new poll from the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation. In a related question, only 42 percent of those surveyed said they believe Obama is a “good commander-in-chief of the military.” Forty eight percent said he is not.

Veterans were asked a similar question about former President George W. Bush. Sixty-five percent said they felt he was a good commander-in-chief, while 28 percent responded he was not. "

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#40150 Mar 31, 2014
AnybodyButDeal wrote:
In spite of Republican efforts the ACA, aka Obamacare, moves forward. Deemed successful by the numbers.
Republican red states refused to help. Republican red states refused to allow their own state level exchanges.
PRESIDENT Obama once again had to go it alone without the Republican congress doing nothing EXCEPT voting 793 times to kill the ACA. Then they slashed the prez's tires and made off with the White House silver. OrangeMan Bonner and "No Lips" McCorney were found in a drunken stupor after being told that the numbers showed the ACA to be a success.
Thank GOD for the Republicans. Whew!
Now, exactly which part of the ACA are you stating is successful? Which numbers?(This should be good.) Are you referring to the numbers that were FORCED? How can you know about the numbers? The WH doesn't even know about the numbers. ROTFL
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Jefferson, GA

#40151 Mar 31, 2014


The battle of global warming..........

the good guys may not always win, but the good guys are always right..........


"IPCC:“Risk of death, injury, and disrupted livelihoods in low-lying coastal zones and small island developing states, due to sea-level rise, coastal flooding, and storm surges.”

NIPCC:“Flood frequency and severity in many areas of the world were higher historically during the Little Ice Age and other cool eras than during the twentieth century. Climate change ranks well below other contributors, such as dikes and levee construction, to increased flooding.”

IPCC:“Risk of food insecurity linked to warming, drought, and precipitation variability, particularly for poorer populations.”

NIPCC:“There is little or no risk of increasing food insecurity due to global warming or rising atmospheric CO2 levels. Farmers and others who depend on rural livelihoods for income are benefitting from rising agricultural productivity throughout the world, including in parts of Asia and Africa where the need for increased food supplies is most critical. Rising temperatures and atmospheric CO2 levels play a key role in the realization of such benefits.

IPCC:“Risk of severe harm for large urban populations due to inland flooding.”

NIPCC:“No changes in precipitation patterns, snow, monsoons, or river flows that might be considered harmful to human well-being or plants or wildlife have been observed that could be attributed to rising CO2 levels. What changes have been observed tend to be beneficial.”

IPCC:“Risk of loss of rural livelihoods and income due to insufficient access to drinking and irrigation water and reduced agricultural productivity, particularly for farmers and pastoralists with minimal capital in semi-arid regions.”

NIPCC:“Higher atmospheric CO2 concentrations benefit plant growth-promoting microorganisms that help land plants overcome drought conditions, a potentially negative aspect of future climate change. Continued atmospheric CO2 enrichment should prove to be a huge benefit to plants by directly enhancing their growth rates and water use efficiencies.”

IPCC:“Systemic risks due to extreme [weather] events leading to breakdown of infrastructure networks and critical services.”

NIPCC:“There is no support for the model-based projection that precipitation in a warming world becomes more variable and intense. In fact, some observational data suggest just the opposite, and provide support for the proposition that precipitation responds more to cyclical variations in solar activity.”

IPCC:“Risk of loss of marine ecosystems and the services they provide for coastal livelihoods, especially for fishing communities in the tropics and the Arctic.”

NIPCC:“Rising temperatures and atmospheric CO2 levels do not pose a significant threat to aquatic life. Many aquatic species have shown considerable tolerance to temperatures and CO2 values predicted for the next few centuries, and many have demonstrated a likelihood of positive responses in empirical studies. Any projected adverse impacts of rising temperatures or declining seawater and freshwater pH levels (“acidification”) will be largely mitigated through phenotypic adaptation or evolution during the many decades to centuries it is expected to take for pH levels to fall.”

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Jefferson, GA

#40152 Mar 31, 2014

"IPCC:“Risk of loss of terrestrial ecosystems and the services they provide for terrestrial livelihoods.”

NIPCC:“Terrestrial ecosystems have thrived throughout the world as a result of warming temperatures and rising levels of atmospheric CO2. Empirical data pertaining to numerous animal species, including amphibians, birds, butterflies, other insects, reptiles, and mammals, indicate global warming and its myriad ecological effects tend to foster the expansion and proliferation of animal habitats, ranges, and populations, or otherwise have no observable impacts one way or the other. Multiple lines of evidence indicate animal species are adapting, and in some cases evolving, to cope with climate change of the modern era.”

IPCC:“Risk of mortality, morbidity, and other harms during periods of extreme heat, particularly for vulnerable urban populations.”

NIPCC:“A modest warming of the planet will result in a net reduction of human mortality from temperature-related events. More lives are saved by global warming via the amelioration of cold-related deaths than those lost under excessive heat. Global warming will have a negligible influence on human morbidity and the spread of infectious diseases, a phenomenon observed in virtually all parts of the world.”

How could two teams of scientists come to such obviously contradictory conclusions on seemingly every point that matters in the debate over global warming? There are many reasons why scientists disagree, the subject, by the way, of an excellent book a couple years ago titled Wrong by David H. Freedman. A big reason is IPCC is producing what academics call “post-normal science” while NIPCC is producing old-fashioned “real science.”

What is a non-scientist to make of these dueling reports? Indeed, what is a scientist to make of this? Very few scientists are familiar with biology, geology, physics, oceanography, engineering, medicine, economics, and scores of other more specialized disciplines that were the basis for the claims summarized above.

It is frequently said of the global warming debate that it comes down to who you believe rather than what you know. Many climate scientists say they “believe in man-made global warming” even though their own research contradicts key points in the arguments advanced in support of that hypothesis. They say this because they believe the IPCC is telling the truth about findings outside their areas of expertise. Ditto influential science journals such as Nature and Science, which claim to speak on behalf of “climate science.”

The NIPCC reports were conceived and written to offer a way out of this conundrum. They are written in a style that laymen without special training can understand, provide explanations of how research was conducted and summarizing the actual findings, often quoting at length from original scholarly sources. Chapters often present research chronologically, in the order in which the studies were published, so readers can understand how the debate has changed over time.

The NIPCC reports are hefty – the first volume in the Climate Change Reconsidered series was 850 pages long, and the latest volume is more than 1,000 pages – but executive summaries and “key findings” at the beginning of each chapter make them easy to navigate and fascinating to browse. They are all available for free online at www.climatechangereconsidered.org ."

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Jefferson, GA

#40153 Mar 31, 2014

"How credible are the NIPCC reports? Endorsements by prominent scientists, reviews, and citations in peer-reviewed journals appear at the Web site mentioned above. NIPCC reports are produced by scores of scientists from around the world (some 20 countries so far), cite thousands of peer-reviewed studies, and are themselves peer-reviewed. In June 2013, a division of the Chinese Academy of Sciences published a Chinese translation and condensed edition of the 2009 and 2011 volumes.

We know the authors of the IPCC’s reports have financial conflicts of interest, since the government bureaucracies that select them and the UN that oversees and edits the final reports stand to profit from public alarm over the possibility that global warming will be harmful. The authors of the NIPCC series have no such conflicts."


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Jefferson, GA

#40154 Mar 31, 2014


If this baby blows..........it'll make global warming seem like a marshmellow roast..........


http://www.turnerradionetwork.com/news/305-pa...


"1) The ground inside the gigantic mouth of the Yellowstone Super Volcano is rising and moving southeastward.

2) Helium -4, not normally present, has suddenly appeared at Yellowstone in unbelievably large amounts never seen before.

3) When Helium -4 was seen at other volcanoes, it appeared shortly before major eruptions of those volcanoes.

4) Prior to most volcanic eruptions, earthquakes occur near the volcano and just this past week, a Magnitude 3.5 earthquake occurred close to Yellowstone crater, on 11 February."

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