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“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#19491 Jul 11, 2013
Crowley wrote:
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Stuck Fick, why don't we develop our own resources, install the new pipeline that you cowards on the left are resisting and become less energy dependent on the irrational Islamists in the Middle East? Oh, I know, it is because of the irrational Islamist in the White House.
Just to back up my claims:

1.) Keystone XL supplies gas for the gulf coast export market.

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/2012/03...

2.) Oil imports are down and gasoline exports are up:

http://news.msn.com/us/us-has-cut-oil-imports...

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#19492 Jul 11, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
Crowley.....that is so funny because it is true. We have enough natural resources here, but the left cry about enviroment and hug the trees. That is smoke covered crap and the tree huggers do not know squat. If we go back and start to innovate we could lead the world again.
No, Cowardly is never right. He hasn't been right about anything. The Keystone Pipeline has nothing to do with the domestic market. Nothing at all. That gas is for export.

"There's news out today that the U.S. is importing less crude oil from foreign countries - the lowest amount in a decade. That's often bad news for the economy, but measured alongside oil exports, it looks like a good number. It means the trade gap is narrowing. The U.S. is spending less money on foreign crude oil, and other countries are actually buying refined oil from here."

http://www.marketplace.org/topics/sustainabil...
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Arthur

United States

#19494 Jul 11, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
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It's not irrelevant in the least Arthur. It's the only reason we are there to begin with. Or did you think we had some noble reason for being there like "spreading democracy?"
I find it absolutely astounding you accept the government breaking the law whenever it feels like it. Yes, the reasons/excuses for breaking the law are irrelevant. In a lawful democracy you can not break the law because it is inconvenient to follow the law, and that is exactly what is happening and you just shrug it off. We both know the president could abide by the laws of the land and then ask for an exemption for Egypt, but that would be inconvenient and unpopular. Great reasons to break the law. This country is beyond help when the government publicly and openly violates the law and very few even care. If this was a Republican president you would be screaming for impeachment.
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sundog the whiner

Oakvale, WV

#19496 Jul 11, 2013
sundog is what you would call an attention whhhoooorrrreee; always making posts, unintelligible as they are, just to get attention; sundog's goal in life is to be king of topix, now that says it all about this pathetic, chronic poster
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Arthur

United States

#19498 Jul 11, 2013
To the Republicans out there, why on earth are you allowing this president to openly break the law with no consequences. The future ramifications of this are frightening. To me this has nothing to do with Egypt, it has to do with my government ignoring the law when it pleases. Anyone who is not outraged and speaking up better keep their mouth shut in the future when the gov breaks the law. But we all know that wont happen. You will fume if you disagree and I will have to say to bad so sad, you deserve it. It seems it is OK for them to do what they want as long as you agree, and that attitude is our doom. The government must be forced to follow the law whether we agree on the issue or not or we no longer have a democracy. Impeach Obama

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#19499 Jul 11, 2013
But what's even funnier is that when you are presented with facts that contradict your stupidity, you just blabber on like you were never presented with facts like you are....well...stupid.

:D
Crowley wrote:
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It really is pathetic that morons like Stuck Fick are so ignorant that they drink the left's Kool Aid. Their arrogance is only exceeded by their ignorance.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#19500 Jul 11, 2013
Now don't you feel special?

I hope you feel better now that you got that off your chest.

;)
sundog the whiner wrote:
sundog is what you would call an attention whhhoooorrrreee; always making posts, unintelligible as they are, just to get attention; sundog's goal in life is to be king of topix, now that says it all about this pathetic, chronic poster
Arthur

United States

#19501 Jul 11, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
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Arthur, you're going to make a great republican.
;)
The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. Egypt is strategically important to the US. You'd be one of the first ones whining if the balance of power in the Middle East changed and you had to start paying 8 bucks a gallon for gas.
Why dont you explain to me why my analogy is not accurate and how it makes me a future republican? I rather pay 8 bucks for gas than have a government that ignores the law and does whatever it pleases.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#19502 Jul 11, 2013
LOL. Even when you are presented with the facts, you still choose to remain stupid.

You're special, Crowley. Do you wear a helmet when you post?

LOL.

Read the article I linked to and then come back and talk to us, Nutley.
Crowley wrote:
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The pipeline will is for export only? That is a flat out lie and you know it. I guess that I can add liar to your many attributes, Moron.

“Of Course I Can”

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#19503 Jul 11, 2013
I find it absolutely astounding that you are jousting at windmills. Do you not think our government has broken its own laws before in the name of national security? How naive could you possibly be? You ramble and you babble about OBAMA'S BREAKING THE LAW without any concern for why we do what we do. Why we do what we've always done. Simply because you don't understand how the world works, you want to start crying about how OH MY GOD, WE'RE BREAKING THE LAW.

That's effing laughable.

Sometimes, politics on an international level is a chess game and not the checkers game you want to see played. If you don't understand the rules of the game, maybe you should just sit on the side lines and watch it. You might learn something.
Arthur wrote:
<quoted text>I find it absolutely astounding you accept the government breaking the law whenever it feels like it. Yes, the reasons/excuses for breaking the law are irrelevant. In a lawful democracy you can not break the law because it is inconvenient to follow the law, and that is exactly what is happening and you just shrug it off. We both know the president could abide by the laws of the land and then ask for an exemption for Egypt, but that would be inconvenient and unpopular. Great reasons to break the law. This country is beyond help when the government publicly and openly violates the law and very few even care. If this was a Republican president you would be screaming for impeachment.
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Arthur

United States

#19505 Jul 11, 2013
Sundog512 wrote:
I find it absolutely astounding that you are jousting at windmills. Do you not think our government has broken its own laws before in the name of national security? How naive could you possibly be? You ramble and you babble about OBAMA'S BREAKING THE LAW without any concern for why we do what we do. Why we do what we've always done. Simply because you don't understand how the world works, you want to start crying about how OH MY GOD, WE'RE BREAKING THE LAW.
That's effing laughable.
Sometimes, politics on an international level is a chess game and not the checkers game you want to see played. If you don't understand the rules of the game, maybe you should just sit on the side lines and watch it. You might learn something.
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Remember you said that when a Republican president breaks whatever law they feel like and then claims it was for national security. Maybe they should just round up all young Muslim males and put them in prison. Yeah it would be against the law but they surely can claim it is for national security reasons.
Arthur

United States

#19506 Jul 11, 2013
Wow think of the future where the government can ignore the whatever law they want and the claim of "national security" makes it excusable. Scary stuff, but it is obvious that is where we are headed. Hell we are already there. The president does what he pleases ignoring whatever law he pleases, yells "National Security" and everyone just shrugs it off and goes back to watching their reality show. We are doomed.
Arthur

United States

#19507 Jul 11, 2013
Legally the government can only ignore/break the law when there is an imminent threat or to save someones life. Not because it might cause middle east turmoil and/or be inconvenient and unpopular to follow the law. Considering we both know the president could try and get an exemption from Congress for Egypt this is nothing more than an arrogant dictator ignoring the law because he can.
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Arthur

United States

#19509 Jul 11, 2013
Crowley wrote:
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Arthur, I must disagree with you. Odespot thumbs his nose at the constitution and makes no excuses or apologizes for it.
Why arent you voicing outrage toward his blatantly illegal aid to Egypt? This is most definitely an impeachable offense and the first "clear cut" impeachable offense since Nixon. People said impeach Bush but I dont think he ever did anything provable that would warrant it. They said that about Obama on many things but this is the first that is blatant. Breaking the 4th and spying on American is also one but not so easily provable partly because only they know what they are doing. Obama has admitted it is against the law to continue aid to Egypt but just dont care. No one else seems to care either, I suppose that is why he continues to do as he pleases.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#19510 Jul 11, 2013
Crowley and Sundog....read both articles. The one Sundog submitted was by a liberal idiot that knows nothing of basic economics. The person who wrote that dumbass article should be kicked in the head. Whoever thinks having our own resourses is still going to have high prices if the middle east errupts is a moron. They set the prices and then you have the shipping cost. Only thing we have to stop on our side(like the greedy over there) is price hogging and plus we would not have to pay for shipping. What other products does the middle east really have besides oil and war? I say let them fight it out and kill each other while we self sustain and improve.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#19511 Jul 11, 2013
Arthur.....I have downgraded the last four presidents. But Obama is the worst one of the four. He has more scandals then the other three. The liberal nut jobs make excuses and cry about others but this President does the same things and worse. And if you say anything bad about the idiot then blame displacement goes on. This president want no blame and all the glory. Well he does not know that what happens under his watch is his responsibility, It goes with the job president socialist no nut pig.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#19512 Jul 12, 2013
Crowley wrote:
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You can pick any article you want Shyt for Brains. Try this one http://keystone-xl.com/about/energy-security/
Keystone XL is an export company. Thats what they do, dingaling. LOL.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#19513 Jul 12, 2013
You're a child, aren't you?
Arthur wrote:
<quoted text>Remember you said that when a Republican president breaks whatever law they feel like and then claims it was for national security. Maybe they should just round up all young Muslim males and put them in prison. Yeah it would be against the law but they surely can claim it is for national security reasons.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#19514 Jul 12, 2013
You poor, poor thing. I have made my living in oil exploration since 1979. Trust me on this one and if you believe nothing else I say, believe this:

We count on the ignorance of people like you and Cowardly. We count on you being easily manipulated by politicians and the media. We count on you not understanding economics. And thankfully, you never let us down.

;)

From the Wall Street Journal (not a liberal newspaper):

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...

Not only is it intended for export, but this pipeline bringing in CANADIAN crude could hurt America by reducing the need for domestic crude that is explored, drilled, and produced by American workers.

They were counting on you hearing the words "EPA" and having a republican fit and they were also counting on you not realizing that CANADIAN crude oil could displace American crude oil--which is exactly what you loons were saying we need to develop.

Well Duh wrote:
Crowley and Sundog....read both articles. The one Sundog submitted was by a liberal idiot that knows nothing of basic economics. The person who wrote that dumbass article should be kicked in the head. Whoever thinks having our own resourses is still going to have high prices if the middle east errupts is a moron. They set the prices and then you have the shipping cost. Only thing we have to stop on our side(like the greedy over there) is price hogging and plus we would not have to pay for shipping. What other products does the middle east really have besides oil and war? I say let them fight it out and kill each other while we self sustain and improve.
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“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#19516 Jul 12, 2013
Jesus. You need professional help.
Well Duh wrote:
Arthur.....I have downgraded the last four presidents. But Obama is the worst one of the four. He has more scandals then the other three. The liberal nut jobs make excuses and cry about others but this President does the same things and worse. And if you say anything bad about the idiot then blame displacement goes on. This president want no blame and all the glory. Well he does not know that what happens under his watch is his responsibility, It goes with the job president socialist no nut pig.

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