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Frijoles

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It is Hobbes' Leviathan.
Expecting him to be versed in introductory political theory - you are brave!
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Nov 2, 2012
 
SeasideSoon wrote:
And this..
"In the midst of the storm hitting the East Coast, President Obama decided to campaign today, taking Air Force One to Florida last night. Once there, however, Obama changed his mind. Instead of campaigning, he delivered pizzas to an Obama campaign office - prompting one reporter, Bloomberg's Hans Nichols, to tweet: "Obama's 12 hour trip to Orlando.... Most expensive pizza delivery in history?"
http://illinoisreview.typepad.com/illinoisrev...
Air Force One delivers pizzas to supporters, but screw those he's supposed to be commander-in-chief for. No support for those in Benghazi.
I was thinking, "Who the hell cares about Benghazi right now?"

And then I read this, and now I understand why you are obsessed with this issue.

It isn't really your fault.

Simple solution: Stop watching Fox News!

Carry on.

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Fox News Focuses On Benghazi Attack While Largely Ignoring Hurricane Sandy

Posted: 11/01/2012 6:40 pm EDT Updated: 11/02/2012 7:36 am EDT

Fox News prime-time hosts barely mentioned Hurricane Sandy on Wednesday night, even as MSNBC and CNN reported non-stop on the massive cleanup efforts just south of Fox's Manhattan studio and throughout the surrounding region devastated by the storm.

Instead, the Fox News hosts focused on the upcoming presidential election and the Sept. 11, 2012, consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya -- a story that’s been a mainstay on the cable network over the past six weeks amid suggestions of a White House cover-up. While Fox News correspondents have done solid reporting and raised legitimate questions for the Obama administration to answer, some of the network’s on-air hosts have been fanning the flames of conspiracy in what's been dubbed "Benghazi-gate."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/01/fox-...

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Still no power :-(

My voting location is also still without power. Wonder what the backup strategy is.

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former res wrote:
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I was thinking, "Who the hell cares about Benghazi right now?"
And then I read this, and now I understand why you are obsessed with this issue.
It isn't really your fault.
Simple solution: Stop watching Fox News!
Carry on.
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Fox News Focuses On Benghazi Attack While Largely Ignoring Hurricane Sandy
Posted: 11/01/2012 6:40 pm EDT Updated: 11/02/2012 7:36 am EDT
Fox News prime-time hosts barely mentioned Hurricane Sandy on Wednesday night, even as MSNBC and CNN reported non-stop on the massive cleanup efforts just south of Fox's Manhattan studio and throughout the surrounding region devastated by the storm.
Instead, the Fox News hosts focused on the upcoming presidential election and the Sept. 11, 2012, consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya -- a story that’s been a mainstay on the cable network over the past six weeks amid suggestions of a White House cover-up. While Fox News correspondents have done solid reporting and raised legitimate questions for the Obama administration to answer, some of the network’s on-air hosts have been fanning the flames of conspiracy in what's been dubbed "Benghazi-gate."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/01/fox-...
A concerted effort to make Obama look bad before the election and plant the seeds of doubt in the remaining undecideds. Pretty pathetic.
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It is Hobbes' Leviathan.
Once again a lawyer that can't point to any facts.
From the Hobbs wiki;
the view that all legitimate
political power must be "representative" and based on the
consent of the people;
I don't consent.
Owning an IRS lawyer;
part one
http://m.youtube.com/watch...
part 2
http://m.youtube.com/watch...
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A concerted effort to make Obama look bad before the election and plant the seeds of doubt in the remaining undecideds. Pretty pathetic.
Nobody has to make the piece of shit liar look bad, he does it himself.
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Cult of Reason wrote:
Still no power :-(
My voting location is also still without power. Wonder what the backup strategy is.
Was there a lot of flooding damage in your part of town? The newspaper coverage is horrible and I havent wanted to venture down there.
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Cult of Reason wrote:
Still no power :-(
My voting location is also still without power. Wonder what the backup strategy is.
Sorry to hear. Same with my sister in OG.

Mom got hers back and now wants a generator.

Sister has a portable one and swears by it.
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Cult of Reason wrote:
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A concerted effort to make Obama look bad before the election and plant the seeds of doubt in the remaining undecideds. Pretty pathetic.
Shiny metal object to distract the simple-minded.

Like shooting fish in a barrel.
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former res wrote:
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I was thinking, "Who the hell cares about Benghazi right now?"
And then I read this, and now I understand why you are obsessed with this issue.
It isn't really your fault.
Simple solution: Stop watching Fox News!
Carry on.
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Fox News Focuses On Benghazi Attack While Largely Ignoring Hurricane Sandy
Posted: 11/01/2012 6:40 pm EDT Updated: 11/02/2012 7:36 am EDT
Fox News prime-time hosts barely mentioned Hurricane Sandy on Wednesday night, even as MSNBC and CNN reported non-stop on the massive cleanup efforts just south of Fox's Manhattan studio and throughout the surrounding region devastated by the storm.
Instead, the Fox News hosts focused on the upcoming presidential election and the Sept. 11, 2012, consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya -- a story that’s been a mainstay on the cable network over the past six weeks amid suggestions of a White House cover-up. While Fox News correspondents have done solid reporting and raised legitimate questions for the Obama administration to answer, some of the network’s on-air hosts have been fanning the flames of conspiracy in what's been dubbed "Benghazi-gate."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/01/fox-...
It really is an alternate universe in FOX land.

In the rest of the world, everyone is talking about global warming (science?? could it be?).

Lets look at the stupidity of the FOX playbook. Ok, they whip the base into a frenzy. So what? They are not going to get any independents who care.

Birtherism.

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Voluntarist wrote:
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Nobody has to make the piece of shit liar look bad, he does it himself.
Chris Christie, Bloomberg, and Powell would disagree.
Frijoles

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former res wrote:
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yess...this is the inside word, coming from both campaigns (pre Mark Halperin). Though I'm trying not to think about it or talk about it too much. I still know anything can happen. Election history is replete will elections where the results didn't jibe with the polling, just days before.
The NYT 538 - is that by chance Nate Silver?(Not familiar with that moniker.) A very bright sounding guy who has been on several talk shows recently. He said his folks got the restults correct in 49 of the states last election.
He also wrote a great article ccomparing NYC neighborhoods.(He lives in Brooklyn Heights)
http://nymag.com/realestate/neighborhoods/201...
Nate is all about data. It's what he does.
I too tend to trust his information. Cautiously that is.
Yes, it is the same Nate Silver from the baseball stat world. He is my hero - I took a lot of stats back in grad school so I appreciate what he is trying to do - cut through the noise using intelligence rather than politics.

He is nonpartisan - someone who for the fun of it got into sport stats, and then decided last year to apply the same approach to polling. No skin in the game. Pure logic and analysis of ALL the data. Goes into EVERY contingency. Does not shy away from anything. Right now he is focused on the swing states, and he decided that the leads are permanent.

The FOXERs would be apoplectic. Data? Reason? Wheres the spin?
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Sorry to hear. Same with my sister in OG.
Mom got hers back and now wants a generator.
Sister has a portable one and swears by it.
Parents have one and are using it. This is the first storm. They are now having trouble getting propane delivered to feed it, so not everything is always perfect is lala land.

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Was there a lot of flooding damage in your part of town? The newspaper coverage is horrible and I havent wanted to venture down there.
No flooding damage, just a lot of downed trees. Beaches are still blocked off to cars, but not much to see other than parking lots buried in sand.

They finally cleared the tree off the wires on my street this morning. Hopefully, that's a sign that they will be repairing soon. Supposed to get in the 30's tonight.

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Sorry to hear. Same with my sister in OG.
Mom got hers back and now wants a generator.
Sister has a portable one and swears by it.
Thinking about picking up a portable generator after this ordeal. Neighbor swears by his Honda EU2000, and it's super quite.
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Thinking about picking up a portable generator after this ordeal. Neighbor swears by his Honda EU2000, and it's super quite.
AFter this storm I'd imagine that just about EVERYONE in the north side of town will be investing in the large stationary ones. Now, probably a third already have one. The generator retailers should be ecstatic.
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No flooding damage, just a lot of downed trees. Beaches are still blocked off to cars, but not much to see other than parking lots buried in sand.
They finally cleared the tree off the wires on my street this morning. Hopefully, that's a sign that they will be repairing soon. Supposed to get in the 30's tonight.
2 blocks away from me they still dont have power on one side of the street. I cant believe how lucky we have been.

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2 blocks away from me they still dont have power on one side of the street. I cant believe how lucky we have been.

What time is dinner tonight ;-)

Luckily, we have family in the area with power. Will probably sleep there tonight as the house is getting too cold.
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former res wrote:
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I was thinking, "Who the hell cares about Benghazi right now?"
And then I read this, and now I understand why you are obsessed with this issue.
It isn't really your fault.
Simple solution: Stop watching Fox News!
Carry on.
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Fox News Focuses On Benghazi Attack While Largely Ignoring Hurricane Sandy
Posted: 11/01/2012 6:40 pm EDT Updated: 11/02/2012 7:36 am EDT
Fox News prime-time hosts barely mentioned Hurricane Sandy on Wednesday night, even as MSNBC and CNN reported non-stop on the massive cleanup efforts just south of Fox's Manhattan studio and throughout the surrounding region devastated by the storm.
Instead, the Fox News hosts focused on the upcoming presidential election and the Sept. 11, 2012, consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya -- a story that’s been a mainstay on the cable network over the past six weeks amid suggestions of a White House cover-up. While Fox News correspondents have done solid reporting and raised legitimate questions for the Obama administration to answer, some of the network’s on-air hosts have been fanning the flames of conspiracy in what's been dubbed "Benghazi-gate."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/01/fox-...
of interest:
http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2012/1...

The Pew Research Center is out with a new report today looking at media coverage of the presidential campaign since this summer's conventions. It's got plenty of worthwhile tidbits and newsy nuggets, but the one that jumped out at us right away was this snapshot of just how segmented and partisan (and negative) cable news has been this election cycle:

The study ... reveals the degree to which the two cable channels that have built themselves around ideological programming, MSNBC and Fox, stand out from other mainstream media outlets. And MSNBC stands out the most. On that channel, 71% of the segments studied about Romney were negative in nature, compared with just 3% that were positive-a ratio of roughly 23-to-1. On Fox, 46% of the segments about Obama were negative, compared with 6% that were positive-a ratio of about 8-to-1 negative. These made them unusual among channels or outlets that identified themselves as news organizations.
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Hi girls, how have you been? I could not help noticing the dinner comment.

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