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Clarkesville, GA

#54944 Aug 27, 2014
Oh my wrote:
It's a beautiful day in America,
what is a dedicated liberal progressive dirty red commie socialist pinko to do ?

Get a job???

get off the gubmint dole???

commit hari-kari????


those are just 3 suggestions..........
I prefer you do the latter........but that just me..........I'm sure some others would agree it would make America a better place..........



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Clarkesville, GA

#54945 Aug 27, 2014


Get your Kindle edition today..........

"Taxing Air: Facts & Fallacies About Climate Change"


http://www.amazon.com/Taxing-Air-Fallacies-Cl...

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Clarkesville, GA

#54946 Aug 27, 2014


"Here’s one of the great stories of the past 25 years, entirely ignored by the dying legacy media: the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)-the bureaucratic authority that gave us global warming-is taking it all back. The new IPCC report concedes that its former prognostications were incorrect. Not only were their statistical models wrong, but IPCC scientists now “accept their forecast computers may have exaggerated the effect of increased carbon emissions on world temperatures-and not taken enough notice of natural variability.”

Six years ago, Al “Internet” Gore-who has made millions on global warming hysteria-said the North Pole could be “ice-free by 2013.” Well, it’s 2013… and the Arctic has grown by 60 percent. That’s more than half the size of Europe."


http://www.aim.org/guest-column/global-warmin...

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Clarkesville, GA

#54947 Aug 27, 2014


Crooked libroids..........


Joseph Robinette "Joe" Biden, Jr.

Robinette???????? a sissy name if I ever heard one.......imagine the ribbing he got as a kid.......

"Lies about playing college football - October 15, 2012"

And each statement has it's own link..........


http://www.jpattitude.com/CrookedDemocrats_A....

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Clarkesville, GA

#54948 Aug 27, 2014


Lying face to face..........


Richard M. Blumenthal
U.S. Senator (Connecticut).........


http://www.jpattitude.com/CrookedDemocrats_A....

Dmactds

Atlanta, GA

#54949 Aug 27, 2014
John In North Carolina wrote:
I am well pleased with this man and especially his stance against ILLEGAL ALIENS. He always answers any question I submit to him via email.
OHhhhhhh....., you REPULSIVECANS and your obsession with men's room stall "stances"..., you just really DO beat all..., or is that 'off'....?
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Clarkesville, GA

#54950 Aug 27, 2014

Edmund Gerald "Jerry" Brown, Jr.
Governor (California).......


"
Took $3 million from 9/11 fund - August 2, 2012"


http://www.jpattitude.com/CrookedDemocrats_A....




Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#54951 Aug 27, 2014
rename wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Get a job???
get off the gubmint dole???
commit hari-kari????
those are just 3 suggestions..........
I prefer you do the latter........but that just me..........I'm sure some others would agree it would make America a better place..........
Hey, putz,
I got a job, I'm self-employed.

Hey, putz,
not on the government dole.

Hey, putz,
I got a mission,
destroying the America of your dreams,
and replacing it with an America of it's full potential.

So, pray for my success,
your children's children will thank you.

Oh wait,
I'm a lying progressive liberal,
What's left for a putz like to believe.
Jemima

Nicholson, GA

#54952 Aug 27, 2014
rename wrote:
Taxing Air..........
"In this accessible and beautifully produced full colour book The Age's brilliant political cartoonist John Spooner and leading environmental scientist Professor Bob Carter combine with colleagues to answer a series of critical and highly controversial questions about the politics and science of climate change.
Are human industrial carbon dioxide emissions causing dangerous global warming?
If it is so then climate change surely is one of the great moral challenges of our time.
But is it possible that the so-called consensus science around global warming produced by lavishly funded research institutes and with its own international political lobby organization - the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)- is wrong?
Could it be that the emperor has no clothes?
Accessible, clearly written and illustrated with simple scientific illustrations, and accompanied by Spooner's brilliantly wry and telling cartoons, Taxing Air answers - without the spin, evasions or propaganda that pollutes most official writing on climate change - every question you have about global warming but have been too intimidated by the oppressive 'consensus' to ask."
http://www.taxingair.com/
A political cartoonist is your idea of a reliable source on climate change. I just wish I was surprised, I really do. But this is exactly what we get from folks like you.

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#54954 Aug 27, 2014
ChicknButt wrote:
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Well, if you think you can do it without American citizens educated in American institutions, and without American infrastructure, including roads, water, sewage, power, and networking,--
If you think you can do it without American stability and legal protection and without armed services and financial institutions- if you can do it without American taxpayer funded airports and ports and law enforcement -
You get in line in Somalia. It's the Galt's Gulch you've been dreaming about. See how it thrives? No government to speak of, No laws, none of those pesky regulatons. Everything a libertarian / tea bagger dreams of.
Enjoy your trip.
And another hyperbolic rant from the Left. I don't know any conservatives who argue against the government filling those roles it was INTENDED to, things like providing for national defense; protecting citizens' constitutional rights; establishing federal courts, the postal service, and raising revenue to perform the ESSENTIAL functions laid out in the Constitution. And flowing from those functions is the environment that allows citizens to "pursue happiness". Meaning they can work to educate themselves, get a job, maybe create a business and employ others, etc. But it is NOT the government that comes up with the ideas and takes the risks and maybe stumbles and falls and maybe/maybe not rises again to TRY again and MAYBE this time succeed. The government CREATES NOTHING on its own. But it is the INDIVIDUAL that is the strength of this country - NOT THE GOVERNMENT.

Just like Obama, you see the Constitution as a "charter of negative liberties", only seeing it as something that "says what the states can't do to you" and "what the federal government can't do to you" and you refuse to see that that view is turning the Constitution's intent on its head. The point of the Constitution is to protect the rights of the INDIVIDUAL, not the government.

United States Government - perform those functions you were intended to do -"establish Justice, ensure Domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare" and then get out of the way and let the American entrepreneurial spirit loose. That is what made this country the powerhouse it has been - NOT the government trying to micromanage our lives and insert itself into every aspect of our lives. And consequently demanding higher and higher taxes to perform functions it was NEVER intended to perform in the first place.

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#54955 Aug 27, 2014
Oh my wrote:
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Let's see how this works - eightTEEN - yep, looks like TEEN is right there in the word.
Nope, it's not the law of the land, each state sets their own age of majority, some are 18, some are not.
Nope, the xray for the eye sock was lifted off the internet and altered to remove the U of Iowa identify.
Manhandled store clerk, who knows, where's the clerk's testimony.
Robbed the store, may or maybe not, where's the clerk's testimony.
Lap up that puke the Faux Spews.
eightTEEN- legal adult, can vote and serve in the military

And you ignore the VIDEOTAPE that shows the manhandling of the clerk and the physical intimidation that Brown used and throw in a shot at Fox News. Funny, but I've seen that same video on a lot of other networks.

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#54956 Aug 27, 2014
Oh my wrote:
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Nope, sure didn't, just pointed out that entities that play in financial markets have an impact on economies large and small, some times for better, some times for the worse. Besides, as you friend Bill from Dunceville has told us repeatedly, the only responsibility a business has is to make a profit for their shareholders - who or how many get hurt along the way are of little consequence.
And you're still a putz.
Just keep moving that goalpost. You're the one who brought up Berkshire Hathaway.

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#54957 Aug 27, 2014
Oh my wrote:
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Say it isn't so...
http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/state...
Have 352 bills passed the House but await action in the Senate?
Basically, yes. We used the THOMAS congressional database to pluck out the 733 measures that have passed the House so far this year. We then weeded out a few categories of bills -- ones that, for procedural reasons, were never intended to go to the Senate (such as election of the Speaker, assignment of lawmakers to committees, and procedural motions) or ones that were subsequently taken up by the Senate (either being passed or rejected).
What remained were 342 individual bills. That’s 10 fewer than what Jenkins claimed, but we have no quarrel with her number...
Are these bills "sitting on Harry Reid’s desk awaiting action"?
Resolving this claim is murkier.
First, a technical problem. It’s an oversimplification to say that these bills are "sitting on Harry Reid’s desk." Many have been assigned to committees, where they would need to be approved before being taken up on the floor. While Reid has influence over what committee chairs do, a chair can -- using their own powers...
Another complication: In at least some cases, the Senate is working on a bill on the same topic, but without using the House bill as a starting point. "The disposition of a House bill is not particularly relevant to measuring Senate legislative activity,"...
We should also note that in the Senate, one member -- either from the majority or the minority -- can stop a bill in its tracks by threatening to filibuster -- a delay that requires 60 votes to break. Reasonable people can disagree about whether Reid or Senate Republicans are the biggest offenders...
...Adam Jentleson, a spokesman for Reid, countered by noting that there are 50 bipartisan Senate-passed bills awaiting House action.(Here's the list.)
Do the House-passed, Senate-stalled bills include 55 introduced by Democrats?
...When we took a closer look at the 55 Democratic-sponsored bills that passed the House, we found that fewer than half -- 24 -- could reasonably be described as substantive. And many of these were the kinds of measures lawmakers would be hard-pressed to vote against...
The remainder of the 55 Democratic-sponsored bills -- a majority -- aren’t exactly the most high-profile measures pending in Congress...
Why the numbers don’t tell the whole story...
Experts say this bill counting merits a grain of salt. As the breakdown of the 55 Democratic-sponsored bills suggests, many of the measures that pass the House -- and some that go on to pass the Senate -- are noncontroversial bills. Wolfensberger crunched the numbers for us and found that of the 570 bills and joint resolutions that have passed the House in the current Congress, 377, or 74 percent, originated as suspension bills -- a streamlined process used for non-controversial measures that requires two-thirds approval. And of the 142 measures signed into law by Obama, 118, or 83 percent, were approved by that same two-thirds requirement.
Meanwhile, many of the other bills that pass the House in today’s environment are bills that are intended to make a statement, not a law.
And I note that your "cut and paste" does nothing to counter the FACTS of what I stated and actually support what I stated - again.

"Have 352 bills passed the House but await action in the Senate?
Basically, yes."
"the 733 measures that have passed the House so far this year. "
"What remained were 342 individual bills."

Try again.

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#54958 Aug 27, 2014
Oh my wrote:
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"I'll respond, once",
if only this were true,
unfortunately you'll continue to spew your bile.
Sorry to deflate your balloon,
but it's still just one man's opinion,
just like your post.
Ah, but at least it is HIS opinion, not merely a posting of someone else's blog.

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#54959 Aug 27, 2014
Jemima wrote:
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You don't realize an awful lot of things. A business needs a market, or a place to sell its goods. Flash, none of them started as a multinational corporations, and as any idiot would know it takes someone with vision, or someone a little crazy to start the process. But if not for our governments nurturing and even allowing them to exist is they would not be, just ask the guy in Russia or China where independent business fits in with government.. Once the goods are produced, if not for our very effective highway system, our rail system and our governments control of the airways, the produced goods would not get to market and an efficient way, if at all in some areas.. So yes little miss ain't got a clue, its takes government for corporations to grow to any level, especially the level they have grown to in America and for that matter in any country.
Don't give up your day job, if you even have one.
"But if not for our governments nurturing and even allowing them to exist is they would not be,"

Wow, just…..wow.

You really are a good little Democrat aren't you? And I'm sure you just LOVED the video they played to open the 2012 Democrat Convention that included this type of disgusting insanity:

“Government’s the only thing we all belong to,” 

You and your Leftist pals on here may believe that, but I surely don't. The American people do not BELONG to the government, the government belongs to US.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#54960 Aug 27, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
eightTEEN- legal adult, can vote and serve in the military
And you ignore the VIDEOTAPE that shows the manhandling of the clerk and the physical intimidation that Brown used and throw in a shot at Fox News. Funny, but I've seen that same video on a lot of other networks.
eightTEEN - still makes a person a TEENager.

Never said that some states also consider this the age of majority.

Never said a person this age could not serve in the military.

Never said a person of this age could not vote.

Simply pointed out that an eightTEEN year old is can FACTUALLY be referred to as a TEENager.

Kinda of reminds me of your use of the word child to refer to people who are 16 or 17 years old, while it is FACTUALLY true that such a person is a child, many will consider them to be young adults, unless of course they are trying to score points in a pointless internet discussion.

Did you get the point this time.

Oh wait, manhandling and physical intimidation, just wondering, where's the clerk's testimony, and are these now capital offenses.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#54962 Aug 27, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Just keep moving that goalpost. You're the one who brought up Berkshire Hathaway.
Nope, you brought up George Soros's manipulation of a country's currency for profit and how this hurt folks. I pointed out that Bain Capital also played in financial markets and hurt folks. You then stated that Bain helpped more folks than they hurt, and I asked for the help/hurt track record of Berkshire, a company associated with George Soros, something you have failed to supply.

I also pointed out that it has been repeatedly stated that a business' prime responsibility is to make a profit for it's owners by any legal means.

Since: Nov 12

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#54963 Aug 27, 2014
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey, putz,
I got a job, I'm self-employed.
Hey, putz,
not on the government dole.
Hey, putz,
I got a mission,
destroying the America of your dreams,
and replacing it with an America of it's full potential.
So, pray for my success,
your children's children will thank you.
Oh wait,
I'm a lying progressive liberal,
What's left for a putz like to believe.
I did not know being a fluffer counted as a job. Did any 1 else?
On 2nd thought, it is a certain kind of job.

Since: Nov 08

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#54964 Aug 27, 2014
Cbutt wrote:
At Koch Retreat, Top GOP Senate Candidates Credited Koch Network For Their Rise
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =4_kMidwIT8AXX
WASHINGTON -- Three top Republican Senate candidates heaped praise on the political network built by the conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch during a secretive conference held by the brothers this past summer, according to audio of the event.
Iowa state Sen. Joni Ernst and Arkansas Rep. Tom Cotton directly credited donors present at the June 16 retreat in Dana Point, California, for propelling them forward. Colorado Rep. Cory Gardner told attendees that his race would likely be decided by the presence of "third party" money -- an obvious pitch for generosity from the well-heeled crowd.
The presence of Gardner and Cotton was previously reported by The Nation magazine, though it is unclear if Cotton ever confirmed his appearance. Ernst's attendance had not previously been reported.
For all three, the association with the Koch brothers' network is likely to provide kindling for their opponents, who have already argued that the Republicans are steered by deep-pocketed conservatives.
Audio of the event, held at the St. Regis Monarch Beach resort, was obtained by The Undercurrent and shared exclusively with The Huffington Post. In it, the three Republican candidates, appearing on a panel titled "The Senate: A Window of Policy Opportunity for Principled Leaders," speak for several minutes each about the state of their respective races. Because the discussion took place in mid-June, some of the comments are dated. In addition, some of the audio was redacted to preserve the anonymity of the individual who provided it -- "a source who was present at the event," per an official with The Undercurrent -- and to remove sections with too much cross-talk. A separate source, who helped organize the retreat, confirmed each candidate's participation.
During their speeches, both Cotton and Ernst noted that this was actually the second Koch brothers' retreat they had attended. Last year, the two had gone to the New Mexico event as politicians of less stature. The Koch network has since helped usher them to the doorsteps of the United States Senate.
"I was not known at that time," Ernst said. "A little-known state senator from a very rural part of Iowa, known through my National Guard service and some circles in Iowa. But the exposure to this group and to this network and the opportunity to meet so many of you, that really started my trajectory."
So? If the Koch brothers were progressives, you wouldn't say a word. You are a FRAUD.
You progressives "own" every media station, but one and you scream and cry. You progressives have big money pushing your agenda, but you don't have the Koch brothers and you scream and cry. Well, boo hoo.
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Blairsville, GA

#54965 Aug 27, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
And I note that your "cut and paste" does nothing to counter the FACTS of what I stated and actually support what I stated - again.
"Have 352 bills passed the House but await action in the Senate?
Basically, yes."
"the 733 measures that have passed the House so far this year. "
"What remained were 342 individual bills."
Try again.
Oh, you're really JUST concerned with FACTS,
well let's try this FACT,
eightTEEN is still a TEENager.

Putz, another FACT to chew.

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