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ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#52753 Aug 6, 2014
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Now wait just a dang minute,
it doesn't matter what steps the US takes to curtail greenhouse gases, the rest of the world will just continue using cheap coal putting us at a disadvantage and raising our energy costs while eat our economic lunch..
So we're doomed, and we should all just hasten the end along?

And - you saw it - according to the associated press China plans to ban coal to clean up their mess.
rename

Maysville, GA

#52754 Aug 6, 2014
silverfox wrote:
<quoted text>You knocked the Daily Caller link.... it specifically stated, "NPR reports." The link said "a word" about NPR, guess you conveniently missed it, just like you missed CNN, ABC, & CDC in the Briebart link.

The dufus only looks for the Koch name....nothing else registers....


Jemima

Cleveland, GA

#52755 Aug 6, 2014
Doo wrote:
<quoted text>
A fact for you to know about. My wife's insurance through Blue Cross went up to 1,550. dollars a month and wasn't worth a crap. Through Obamacare she pays 238.00 a month and it is the best insurance she has ever had. No one can afford 1,550. dollars a month unless you are a millionaire. This was unreal premiums and what insurance companies will do to individual people. We love the so called Obamacare and so do millions of others that were getting robbed by insurance companies. It will be very hard for Republicans to get it changed back to where it used to be before Obama came along. I think the Republican party has seen it's better days especially since the Tea Party took over the Majority Congress. Watch the elections in the near future and you will see which way America is headed in. The days of Wall Street worshipers and giant corporations are coming to an end. True red blooded Americans will prosper once again when these GOP'eers keep on lying and distorting the facts to the majority of Americans. They must change directions or go home. Just telling it like it really is so don't get mad at me friend.
These conic complainers posting here are all on Medicare. I had Blue Cross and Blue Shield for 15 years. Started with a $500 deductible and $350 monthly premium. From the beginning it went up every year from 35% to a whopping 63% one year. Had a health issue in the 8th year with Blue Cross and couldn't change companies, then they really turned up the heat, last rate increase the premium was $1430, with a $10,000 deductible on the same lousy policy. Just Medicare my self, its dirt cheap thanks to the working people who keep it going. A drug with my $1430 a month premium with Blue Cross and Blue Shield cost me $85, now on the old folks drug program funded by todays workers that same drug just cost me $10. Blue Cross and Blue Shield sucks, but not as much as the morons who don't understand Obama's heath care plan. If I had not been so close to the age for old folks cheap insurance I would have signed up with Obama Care and got better insurance for $500 dollars a month LESS. One southern state, can't think of which one it was, not GA. for sure. They were in the news just a day or two ago. But they did what most states were supposed to do, open their on health care exchange. They being in the south decided not to call it Obama Care or the Affordable Care act or anything else that would make people think of Obama. It has been a huge success, proving we have more going on here in the south than politics.
rename

Maysville, GA

#52756 Aug 6, 2014

A report of Libroids conspiring to put forth Libroids views on many news sources ....
1,000 is the number....
I expect they have the financial support of Soros and other super rich libroid supporters....



http://eagnews.org/1000-member-secretive-prog...


rename

Maysville, GA

#52757 Aug 6, 2014
Jemima wrote:
<quoted text>These conic complainers posting here are all on Medicare. I had Blue Cross and Blue Shield for 15 years. Started with a $500 deductible and $350 monthly premium. From the beginning it went up every year from 35% to a whopping 63% one year. Had a health issue in the 8th year with Blue Cross and couldn't change companies, then they really turned up the heat, last rate increase the premium was $1430, with a $10,000 deductible on the same lousy policy. Just Medicare my self, its dirt cheap thanks to the working people who keep it going. A drug with my $1430 a month premium with Blue Cross and Blue Shield cost me $85, now on the old folks drug program funded by todays workers that same drug just cost me $10. Blue Cross and Blue Shield sucks, but not as much as the morons who don't understand Obama's heath care plan. If I had not been so close to the age for old folks cheap insurance I would have signed up with Obama Care and got better insurance for $500 dollars a month LESS. One southern state, can't think of which one it was, not GA. for sure. They were in the news just a day or two ago. But they did what most states were supposed to do, open their on health care exchange. They being in the south decided not to call it Obama Care or the Affordable Care act or anything else that would make people think of Obama. It has been a huge success, proving we have more going on here in the south than politics.

Perhaps your referring to this conic dummy.....,

http://www.purplemath.com/modules/conics/coni...



rename

Maysville, GA

#52758 Aug 6, 2014
Jemima wrote:
<quoted text>These conic complainers posting here are all on Medicare. I had Blue Cross and Blue Shield for 15 years. Started with a $500 deductible and $350 monthly premium. From the beginning it went up every year from 35% to a whopping 63% one year. Had a health issue in the 8th year with Blue Cross and couldn't change companies, then they really turned up the heat, last rate increase the premium was $1430, with a $10,000 deductible on the same lousy policy. Just Medicare my self, its dirt cheap thanks to the working people who keep it going. A drug with my $1430 a month premium with Blue Cross and Blue Shield cost me $85, now on the old folks drug program funded by todays workers that same drug just cost me $10. Blue Cross and Blue Shield sucks, but not as much as the morons who don't understand Obama's heath care plan. If I had not been so close to the age for old folks cheap insurance I would have signed up with Obama Care and got better insurance for $500 dollars a month LESS. One southern state, can't think of which one it was, not GA. for sure. They were in the news just a day or two ago. But they did what most states were supposed to do, open their on health care exchange. They being in the south decided not to call it Obama Care or the Affordable Care act or anything else that would make people think of Obama. It has been a huge success, proving we have more going on here in the south than politics.

Btw....
Your dumb as a box of nails ....
Kentucky is NOT a southern State....
It's a border State and eventually went to the Union side during the civil war....


Many Yankee states had slaves ,,, so having slaves did not make a State southern.....


“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Waters Creek, GA

#52759 Aug 6, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
If you want to call it a change of subject, so be it.
Why are you promoting carefully crafted oil and coal propaganda? Surely you don't want to put that forth as validation of facts, do you? I mean, even you wouldn't do that, would you?
You, wouldn't change the subject just about every time you can't dispute and support your views, would you? I mean, even all of you wouldn't do that, would you?
silverfox

Montezuma, GA

#52760 Aug 6, 2014
rename wrote:
<quoted text>
The dufus only looks for the Koch name....nothing else registers....
He's all about the Koch brothers, he scrolled right by the Soros - Sierra Leone trade & investment video. Not surprised, he'd rather talk about squirrels & shacks.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Waters Creek, GA

#52761 Aug 6, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
So we're doomed, and we should all just hasten the end along?
And - you saw it - according to the associated press China plans to ban coal to clean up their mess.
How many of the 600+ coal burning plants are they supposed to shut down?
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#52762 Aug 6, 2014
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
You, wouldn't change the subject just about every time you can't dispute and support your views, would you? I mean, even all of you wouldn't do that, would you?
I didn't put any views forward. I put a question forward - which you still haven't answered.

So, why are you promoting the propaganda put forth by the highly paid propaganda specialists of the oil and coal industries?
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#52763 Aug 6, 2014
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
How many of the 600+ coal burning plants are they supposed to shut down?
529.

Or whatever the article says. Whichever.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#52764 Aug 6, 2014
silverfox wrote:
<quoted text>
He's all about the Koch brothers, he scrolled right by the Soros - Sierra Leone trade & investment video. Not surprised, he'd rather talk about squirrels & shacks.
You and your cousin just keep propping each other up, convincing the other that you're special little snowflakes, that you're good enough, and that darnit! People like you.

Or keep on trading BBQ squirrel stew recipes, or whatever it is that you two do out in that lonely little shack in the woods.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#52765 Aug 6, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
CHINA SAYS NO TO COAL
BEIJING (AP) China's smog-plagued capital has announced plans to ban the use of coal by the end of 2020 as the country fights deadly levels of pollution, especially in major cities.
Beijing's Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau posted the plan on its website Monday, saying the city would instead prioritize electricity and natural gas for heating.
The official Xinhua News Agency said coal accounted for a quarter of Beijing's energy consumption in 2012 and 22 percent of the fine particles floating in the city's air. Motor vehicles, industrial production and general dust also contributed to pollution in the 21 million-person city.
Even with the Beijing ban, coal use is expected to soar in China. Coal-fired power and heating is a major generator of greenhouse gases and has helped turn China into the world's largest emitter of carbon and other heat-trapping gases.
Pressure is growing on China's central government to clean up the country's polluted environment, as discontent over smog and water and soil contamination increases among China's expanding middle class.
The central government recently listed environmental protection as one of the top criteria by which leaders will be judged.
In September, the government announced a prohibition on new coal-fired power plants around Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
"Even with the Beijing ban, coal use is expected to soar in China."

And now for the rest of the story:

"BEIJING, Jan 8 2014 (Reuters)- China approved the construction of more than 100 million tonnes of new coal production capacity in 2013 - six times more than a year earlier and equal to 10 percent of U.S. annual usage - flying in the face of plans to tackle choking air pollution."

"The scale of the increase, which only includes major mines, reflects Beijing's aim to put 860 million tonnes of new coal production capacity into operation over the five years to 2015, more than the entire annual output of India."

"According to data compiled by Reuters, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China's top planning authority, approved the construction of 15 new large-scale coal mines with 101.3 million tonnes of annual capacity in 2013."

"While expanding output at such bases, China has shut more than 300 million tonnes of old capacity in the last decade, but critics say new mines are rapidly outpacing closures and the policy merely shifts China's environmental problems elsewhere."

"The 2011-2015 plan said around 860 million tonnes of new coal production capacity will be brought into operation, as well as 300 more gigawatts of coal-fired power, twice the total generation capacity of Germany."

"We estimate China's total coal production capacity will be 4.7 billion tonnes by 2015 - I think the government figure is a big underestimation."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/08/chin...
rename

Maysville, GA

#52766 Aug 6, 2014
silverfox wrote:
<quoted text>He's all about the Koch brothers, he scrolled right by the Soros - Sierra Leone trade & investment video. Not surprised, he'd rather talk about squirrels & shacks.
You've got the dummy's number alright....he keeps looking everywhere, even my shack, for the Koch brothers....

Neither does the chicken little know we may be the brothers....


We can always reply,

BOO! Kocha again....







rename

Maysville, GA

#52767 Aug 6, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>"Even with the Beijing ban, coal use is expected to soar in China."

And now for the rest of the story:

"BEIJING, Jan 8 2014 (Reuters)- China approved the construction of more than 100 million tonnes of new coal production capacity in 2013 - six times more than a year earlier and equal to 10 percent of U.S. annual usage - flying in the face of plans to tackle choking air pollution."

"The scale of the increase, which only includes major mines, reflects Beijing's aim to put 860 million tonnes of new coal production capacity into operation over the five years to 2015, more than the entire annual output of India."

"According to data compiled by Reuters, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China's top planning authority, approved the construction of 15 new large-scale coal mines with 101.3 million tonnes of annual capacity in 2013."

"While expanding output at such bases, China has shut more than 300 million tonnes of old capacity in the last decade, but critics say new mines are rapidly outpacing closures and the policy merely shifts China's environmental problems elsewhere."

"The 2011-2015 plan said around 860 million tonnes of new coal production capacity will be brought into operation, as well as 300 more gigawatts of coal-fired power, twice the total generation capacity of Germany."

"We estimate China's total coal production capacity will be 4.7 billion tonnes by 2015 - I think the government figure is a big underestimation."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/08/chin...

@ chickenButt.....

BOO!!! Kocha again ....


ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#52768 Aug 6, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
"Even with the Beijing ban, coal use is expected to soar in China."
And now for the rest of the story:
"BEIJING, Jan 8 2014 (Reuters)- China approved the construction of more than 100 million tonnes of new coal production capacity in 2013 - six times more than a year earlier and equal to 10 percent of U.S. annual usage - flying in the face of plans to tackle choking air pollution."
"The scale of the increase, which only includes major mines, reflects Beijing's aim to put 860 million tonnes of new coal production capacity into operation over the five years to 2015, more than the entire annual output of India."
"According to data compiled by Reuters, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China's top planning authority, approved the construction of 15 new large-scale coal mines with 101.3 million tonnes of annual capacity in 2013."
"While expanding output at such bases, China has shut more than 300 million tonnes of old capacity in the last decade, but critics say new mines are rapidly outpacing closures and the policy merely shifts China's environmental problems elsewhere."
"The 2011-2015 plan said around 860 million tonnes of new coal production capacity will be brought into operation, as well as 300 more gigawatts of coal-fired power, twice the total generation capacity of Germany."
"We estimate China's total coal production capacity will be 4.7 billion tonnes by 2015 - I think the government figure is a big underestimation."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/08/chin...
What you posted is what China said in January. What I posted is what China said this week. It looks like they changed their minds, doesn't it?

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#52769 Aug 6, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
I understand the prebate just fine there, Azzholio.
You failed to pick up some nuances in the original post, and got such a bulge in your trousers when you thought you could go off about taxes that I was far too disgusted to bother correcting you.
Work on those social skills and your reading comprehension. Maybe you should leave those fairy-tales you keep reading on IJ Review behind and try something a bit more challenging that deals with reality.
"I understand the prebate just fine there..."

Bull$shit Pepsi-poo. You're entitled to your own (clueless and uneducated opinion), but not your own facts.

"You failed to pick up some nuances in the original post..."

Wrong again, Pepsi-poo. You made an incorrect statement and got corrected. You got caught (again) opining on stuff you know very little about. Perhaps you could learn from it, probably not, it would limit your posts in this thread and mess up your chance for interacting with people not restricted to porch.

"Work on those social skills and your reading comprehension."

Pot. Kettle. Black. BTW, work on posting regarding stuff you actually understand. You won't get embarrassed so often.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#52770 Aug 6, 2014
Jemima wrote:
<quoted text>
These conic complainers posting here are all on Medicare. I had Blue Cross and Blue Shield for 15 years. Started with a $500 deductible and $350 monthly premium. From the beginning it went up every year from 35% to a whopping 63% one year. Had a health issue in the 8th year with Blue Cross and couldn't change companies, then they really turned up the heat, last rate increase the premium was $1430, with a $10,000 deductible on the same lousy policy. Just Medicare my self, its dirt cheap thanks to the working people who keep it going. A drug with my $1430 a month premium with Blue Cross and Blue Shield cost me $85, now on the old folks drug program funded by todays workers that same drug just cost me $10. Blue Cross and Blue Shield sucks, but not as much as the morons who don't understand Obama's heath care plan. If I had not been so close to the age for old folks cheap insurance I would have signed up with Obama Care and got better insurance for $500 dollars a month LESS. One southern state, can't think of which one it was, not GA. for sure. They were in the news just a day or two ago. But they did what most states were supposed to do, open their on health care exchange. They being in the south decided not to call it Obama Care or the Affordable Care act or anything else that would make people think of Obama. It has been a huge success, proving we have more going on here in the south than politics.
WTF is a "conic complainer"? Someone that complains about certain types of math problems?

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#52771 Aug 6, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
What you posted is what China said in January. What I posted is what China said this week. It looks like they changed their minds, doesn't it?
You're not serious, are you? The information I posted was from their long term plans, it mentioned the closing of some older facilities while opening up new ones. Your article was ONLY about closing some of the plants in the BEIJING area and even stated that "Even with the Beijing ban, coal use is expected to soar in China." You did read the whole thing, right?

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#52772 Aug 6, 2014
Doo wrote:
<quoted text>
The way it think is that the President (Obama) was elected twice by the people fair and square. Others that didn't get their way because they were out voted should recognize the majority of Americans want Obama to rule the Nation. Thus your question should be answered by this very simple statement. Winners win and losers lose whether it be in Las Vegas or and election. Losers usually go home because they lost. Losers should realize they lost and act like an adult. Losers should change their agenda that made them lose the last time. If you don't change your agenda or in fact make even a worse agenda to try to sell the public with lies and distortions makes it even worse. Look closely at the next elections and see which way most Americans want the Country to go. If you didn't learn anything last election, then maybe this time you will.
What losers are you referring to? The 234 Republicans who WON their seats in the House of Representatives? The 45 Republicans who WON their Senatorial seats? The WINNERS who came to DC with a responsibility to their constituents who voted AGAINST Obama's agenda? Those WINNERS?

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