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Mr. Wingenroth, we are not in Juarez where the life is pretty corrupt. Judges, you are put there to protect us. Full Story
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“I Put the "B" in ITCH!!”

Since: Jun 08

Wood-Ridge, NJ

#107 Feb 21, 2011
Say NO to Pity Parties wrote:
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Forget the B. You should pride yourself on lies and hate. You'd say anything to strum up pity for yourself to include lying.
Talk about stretching the truth.
STIPULATED REVISED INTERIM ALLOCATION OF INCOME AND DEBTS
THE RSPT/MICHAEL SHALL PAY TO PTNR A TOTAL OF $287/MO
That's a big difference from you claiming $81/mo. To think that you consider yourself a Christian. It is a mortifying thought. Then to see your comments ridiculing Mike for being in a wheel chair and your expressed joy. You're evil incarnate.
WOW You went to alot of work to look that up huh. It's called and interim allocation order because we were separated you twit. We are divorced now and it's $81. You aren't too smart now are ya sparky? You are the biggest fool here, one for actually going to the extreme you have to show that I lied? Which I haven't, so that makes you what?

If you want to know more about my divorce and maybe our custody arrangement, why don't you just ask me?

This is a typical maneuver by an ignoramous nosey body.

A Christian I am, thank you for pointing that out that I am a Christian and pride myself on the fact that I would not stoop in the gutter like you just did pulling things out of NM Courts that you clearly do not have the intelligence to understand.

Oh and BTW, he never goes by Mike, wrong again. JF I'm eating you alive, why not quit while you're behind!!

So now why don't you let the big kids chat back and forth on this site and you go run along and play in that dirt pile whence you came. Wipe your nose off while you're at it, I think you got some PS on your nose.
Duncan Idaho

Las Cruces, NM

#108 Feb 21, 2011
paradox9 wrote:
<quoted text> It was the American people telling their elected officials not to vote for the dream act. I personally dont like the way it was written. I could see if they were to be in the military they should have a fast track to citizenship, but not for going to school. Btw...King Herod order the execution of all children under two in order to kill he future "King of the Jews". The Romans had nothing to do with that. So I guess you are all wrong.
According to a rasmussen poll, 78% were in favor of citizenship for non-citizens who serve in the military, and 52% were in favor of citizenship for those who went to college. In 2004, 58% were in favor of similar legislation. So, who were these elected officials listening to? A few loudmouthed bigots who hate Mexicans?

http://washingtonindependent.com/98160/rasmus...

“I Put the "B" in ITCH!!”

Since: Jun 08

Wood-Ridge, NJ

#109 Feb 21, 2011
Duncan Idaho wrote:
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According to a rasmussen poll, 78% were in favor of citizenship for non-citizens who serve in the military, and 52% were in favor of citizenship for those who went to college. In 2004, 58% were in favor of similar legislation. So, who were these elected officials listening to? A few loudmouthed bigots who hate Mexicans?
http://washingtonindependent.com/98160/rasmus...
So are you saying only Mexican enter our country illegally?

Since: Sep 08

Albuquerque, NM

#110 Feb 21, 2011
Duncan Idaho wrote:
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According to a rasmussen poll, 78% were in favor of citizenship for non-citizens who serve in the military, and 52% were in favor of citizenship for those who went to college. In 2004, 58% were in favor of similar legislation. So, who were these elected officials listening to? A few loudmouthed bigots who hate Mexicans?
http://washingtonindependent.com/98160/rasmus...
Yep Them and the corporatists who are playing the working folks off on each other. And when you consider that Rasmussen is a Repuglicon/FuxNews outlier and all the right-wing propaganda sites spew their hate 24/7, the results were really dramatic. I'm surprised Rasmussen let them get into the public's view.

“Oh please!!!!”

Since: Jan 11

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#111 Feb 21, 2011
Duncan Idaho wrote:
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According to a rasmussen poll, 78% were in favor of citizenship for non-citizens who serve in the military, and 52% were in favor of citizenship for those who went to college. In 2004, 58% were in favor of similar legislation. So, who were these elected officials listening to? A few loudmouthed bigots who hate Mexicans?
http://washingtonindependent.com/98160/rasmus...
Uhmmm...This is also from Rasmussen (their site)...Sunday, October 28, 2007 Email to a Friend ShareThis.Fifty-nine percent (59%) of all voters oppose the Dream Act concept. Republicans oppose it by a 5-to-1 margin and unaffiliateds are opposed by a 3-to-1 margin.

so now, I don't know wether to believe Rasmussen,or Rasmussen. must depend on how they word the question. So I guess the elected officials are listening to Republicans, and Idependents....nice try numbnuts.

“Oh please!!!!”

Since: Jan 11

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#112 Feb 21, 2011
PlacitasRoy wrote:
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Yep Them and the corporatists who are playing the working folks off on each other. And when you consider that Rasmussen is a Repuglicon/FuxNews outlier and all the right-wing propaganda sites spew their hate 24/7, the results were really dramatic. I'm surprised Rasmussen let them get into the public's view.
Come on Placebo...read something besides the Communist Manifesto and Huffington Post before you drink the Kool-aid and jump on the band wagon.
House of Mayhem

El Monte, CA

#113 Feb 22, 2011
paradox9 wrote:
<quoted text> Come on Placebo...read something besides the Communist Manifesto and Huffington Post before you drink the Kool-aid and jump on the band wagon.
Huffington Post started losing credibilty 4 years ago when it added the Entertainment and Fashion sections to their website.
The final nail in its left wing coffin is the partnership with AOL. Now it's no more subversive than USA Today.

Find another "commie" rock to throw...

Since: Sep 08

Albuquerque, NM

#114 Feb 22, 2011
House of Mayhem wrote:
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Huffington Post started losing credibilty 4 years ago when it added the Entertainment and Fashion sections to their website.
The final nail in its left wing coffin is the partnership with AOL. Now it's no more subversive than USA Today.
Find another "commie" rock to throw...
Fools like her have nothing to offer but juvenile tantrums, unsupported crap and right-wing talking points.

Nate Silver is recognized as one of the finest statistician and analyst in the polling business http://www.ob serve r.com/2008/media/f ivethirtyeights-na te-silver-shopping -pair-books-one-ar t-prediction He has an excellent analysis of the bias in one of the latest Rasmussen poll about WI. "We’ve noted before that the automated polling firm Rasmussen Reports has had problems with bias in a statistical sense: in the election last fall, its polls overestimated the standing of Republican candidates by roughly 4 percentage points on average.[The WORST of all pollsters!]

"A somewhat different issue arises today in a poll the firm conducted on the dispute in Wisconsin between Gov. Scott Walker and some of the state’s public-employee unions. "The poll, which included people that Rasmussen deemed to be “likely voters” from across the country, found that 48 percent of respondents agreed more with Mr. Walker in the dispute, while 38 percent agreed more with “the union for teachers and other state employees.” "That question, though, was the fourth one Rasmussen asked in the survey — and the questions that came before it may have biased the responses.[snip]

"Because of the problems with question design, my advice would be simply to disregard the Rasmussen Reports poll, and to view their work with extreme skepticism going forward."

RASMUSSEN POLL ON WISCONSIN DISPUTE MAY BE BIASED http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/2011...
Duncan Idaho

Las Cruces, NM

#116 Feb 22, 2011
paradox9 wrote:
<quoted text> Uhmmm...This is also from Rasmussen (their site)...Sunday, October 28, 2007 Email to a Friend ShareThis.Fifty-nine percent (59%) of all voters oppose the Dream Act concept. Republicans oppose it by a 5-to-1 margin and unaffiliateds are opposed by a 3-to-1 margin.
so now, I don't know wether to believe Rasmussen,or Rasmussen. must depend on how they word the question. So I guess the elected officials are listening to Republicans, and Idependents....nice try ****.
Who cares about polls conducted over 3 years ago??? This is NOW. Nice try, a-hole.
TxRngr

El Paso, TX

#117 Feb 22, 2011
PlacitasRoy wrote:
<quoted text> The irony - I can't remember ever going to HuffPo unless it was following a link.
In '68 on our WestPac cruise about a 1/2 dozen of us did a 'book club.' One of the books we tried to read was the Communist Manifesto. We set it aside after a couple of days and I've never even opeded it since.
But some inane juvenile name changing whiner can only come up with childish chatter.
FlacidBoy, is that when you got into comic books as a "news" source?

“Oh please!!!!”

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#118 Feb 22, 2011
Duncan Idaho wrote:
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Who cares about polls conducted over 3 years ago??? This is NOW. Nice try, a-hole.
Oops...try this one...a far cry from what you said...Monday, December 13, 2010 Email to a Friend ShareThis.Voters are evenly divided over whether young people brought to this country illegally by their parents should be viewed as breaking the law. Making a distinction between illegal immigrants and their children is at the heart of the so-called DREAM Act that some in Congress are hoping to pass before the end of the lame duck session.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 43% of Likely U.S. Voters say young people brought here illegally by their parents should be considered lawbreakers. Forty-four percent (44%) disagree and say they not be viewed as breaking the law. Thirteen percent (13%) are undecided.(To see survey question wording, click here.)

When it comes to adults, however, voters’ views are much clearer. Seventy-six percent (76%) say adults who enter the United States illegally should be considered lawbreakers. Just 12% disagree, and another 12% are not sure.

Fifty-eight percent (58%) of Americans oppose automatic citizenship for a child born in this country to an illegal immigrant.
back at ya A--hole
House of Mayhem

El Monte, CA

#119 Feb 22, 2011
PlacitasRoy wrote:
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Fools like her have nothing to offer but juvenile tantrums, unsupported crap and right-wing talking points.
Nate Silver is recognized as one of the finest statistician and analyst in the polling business http://www.ob serve r.com/2008/media/f ivethirtyeights-na te-silver-shopping -pair-books-one-ar t-prediction He has an excellent analysis of the bias in one of the latest Rasmussen poll about WI. "We’ve noted before that the automated polling firm Rasmussen Reports has had problems with bias in a statistical sense: in the election last fall, its polls overestimated the standing of Republican candidates by roughly 4 percentage points on average.[The WORST of all pollsters!]
"A somewhat different issue arises today in a poll the firm conducted on the dispute in Wisconsin between Gov. Scott Walker and some of the state’s public-employee unions. "The poll, which included people that Rasmussen deemed to be “likely voters” from across the country, found that 48 percent of respondents agreed more with Mr. Walker in the dispute, while 38 percent agreed more with “the union for teachers and other state employees.” "That question, though, was the fourth one Rasmussen asked in the survey — and the questions that came before it may have biased the responses.[snip]
"Because of the problems with question design, my advice would be simply to disregard the Rasmussen Reports poll, and to view their work with extreme skepticism going forward."
RASMUSSEN POLL ON WISCONSIN DISPUTE MAY BE BIASED http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/2011...
What "fools like her" are you talking about--me, or Arianna Huffington?

Roy, you ought to know by now I'm such a liberal, I refer to my right hand as "my other left hand."

HuffPo has been slipping downhill since the '08 election. Thank Ceiling Cat there's still Daily Kos, ThinkProgress, et al to keep me posted on the constant stream of insanity from the extreme right.

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