Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
Cheap

Abbeville, GA

#8441 May 1, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
Oh My-
I think at this stage we've pretty much put the nail in the coffin of the dissenters with absolute facts.
The problem is, they just don't care. They LIKE the way the lies sound, so they'll knowingly keep clinging to them and repeating them.
Weird, isn't it? Just more proof that we're not dealing with intelligent rational people.
Neither of you would know a fact if it hit you square in the jaw.
Climate change as it is called is a giant wealth transfer scheme and guess what? Neither of you are going to see a dime. Useful fools you are.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8442 May 1, 2013
Cheap wrote:
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Neither of you would know a fact if it hit you square in the jaw.
Climate change as it is called is a giant wealth transfer scheme and guess what? Neither of you are going to see a dime. Useful fools you are.
Ok. Substantiate your claim.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#8443 May 1, 2013
Scott wrote:
<quoted text>That's a very impressive resume.

I regret to inform you that we do not currently have any positions open which might parallel your experience. However, we will keep your application on file should anything arise in the near future.

What about me? I am a student at U. of Kentucky where I am a Senior. I have been accepted at Georgia's School of Veterinary Medicine where I will attend this Fall. I am a Navy vet.

Since you will accuse me of "slurping" up Government benefits, I am paying for my school myself by working along with help from the G.I. Bill. Yes, both Kentucky and Georgia schools receive Government grants.

I don't believe everything I read nor everything I hear.

I believe there is enough hypocrisy in this country to go around whether Republican or Democrat. The nation's problems, as serious as they are, are not caused by the American people but, by those we elect to serve us in Washington. That includes Obama and both houses of Congress on both sides. It is sad to see the great divide in our country by all of us who can argue all day long, but, in the end, all we have is our vote. I am a Conservative and I believe in Conservative principles but respect the views of others even when I don't agree.

I am asst. manager in a supermarket and work most weeks 6 days. I am able to work around the requirements of my studies thanks to a great boss. I drive an old, beat up Ford that uses way too much gas and even the dents are dented. I enjoy life and look forward to better days ahead for our country.

My grandmother lives in Blairsville. It is a great place that I like to visit as often as possible.
Good for you.

Veterinarian school, I have been told is very difficult, in fact, several of my classmates back in college "settled" for medical school when they were not admitted to veterinarian schools.

I wish you the greatest success.

All we average Americans ask is that:

- after having been an employee of the federal government;
- after attending a government funded high school;
- and government funded college for an under-grad degree;
- and a government funded college for a graduate degree;
- while using government funded benefits;

(All of which is fine and well-deserved);

pleaze don't join the ranks of those hypocrites who preach to us all:

- how "bad" those "socialist" government programs are;
- how you did it all by yourself without any government help;
and how "socialist" the rest of us are who acknowledge in 21st Century industrialized America, we are all,(including me), "slurpers" of government benefits and programs.

Good luck to you -

If you figure out how to keep Black Labs from stealing food from the kitchen counter - you'll make a fortune.
domino

Newnan, GA

#8444 May 1, 2013
columbus native wrote:
Once again we independents need to thank the president for not involving this country into another war in Syria. There are those among us who want us to drop everything and go after some leader in a country half way around the world and attempt to bring it to our standard(whatever in hell that is). Now 11 years ago we did the same thing and the country is in worst shape now than before we got deceived into it. How about that fool of a john mccain? Got his azz in a sling for several years over in Vietnam dropping flesh burning napalm on the elderly and pregnant mothers and this fool can't wait to get my country involved into another costly insne war. This guy has got some kind of a chip on his shoulder folks!
It wasnt 11 years ago. It was 10 years ago. Get it right. And you obviously did not go, therefore, you have no clue of what you are talking about. Things that were done, said and discovered......If you arent military, I do wish you would shut your mouth.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#8445 May 1, 2013
Cheap wrote:
<quoted text>Neither of you would know a fact if it hit you square in the jaw.
Climate change as it is called is a giant wealth transfer scheme and guess what? Neither of you are going to see a dime. Useful fools you are.
Wow.

What a "scheme" !

Those "Libtards" paid off the glaciers in Glacier National Park to go hide so that the "scheme" could happen ?
If you were a glacier, where would you hide ?
How would you get there without anyone noticing ?
Leave in the dead of night, disguised as a low moving cloud ?
Did they hide in the mountains pretending to be "fog" ?

Yep... It makes a lot more sense that the glaciers in the world are hiding somewhere in a large apartment in Cleveland,(just to fool the public into believe in climate change);
than to believe the glaciers are melting due to climate change.

Thanks for letting us in on the scheme, I, for one, was completely fooled when I was at Glacier National Park and noticed empty space where glaciers used to be.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8446 May 1, 2013
Cheap wrote:
<quoted text>
Neither of you would know a fact if it hit you square in the jaw.
Climate change as it is called is a giant wealth transfer scheme and guess what? Neither of you are going to see a dime. Useful fools you are.
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Ok. Substantiate your claim.
About the best you could come up with is "I saw it on Fox! and I don't like havin' a black president an I like NASCAR and Hank Williams Jr. an Lynyrd Skynyrd so it must be true!" /waves flag "Go Merica!"

I hear ya Bubba. You couldn't substantiate that you took a dump if the turd was still laying in your underwear.
Informed Opinion

Cape Coral, FL

#8447 May 1, 2013
columbus native wrote:
Once again we independents need to thank the president for not involving this country into another war in Syria. There are those among us who want us to drop everything and go after some leader in a country half way around the world and attempt to bring it to our standard(whatever in hell that is). Now 11 years ago we did the same thing and the country is in worst shape now than before we got deceived into it. How about that fool of a john mccain? Got his azz in a sling for several years over in Vietnam dropping flesh burning napalm on the elderly and pregnant mothers and this fool can't wait to get my country involved into another costly insne war. This guy has got some kind of a chip on his shoulder folks!
Great post.

Thank God, we didn't have a complete corporate tool in charge like we did when Bush, Cheney, and the gang of draft dodging war mongers lied us into a needless and counter-productive wars.

As for McCain - he sold his soul to the Right Wing Wackos, when after a career opposing torture, to gain the wackos support, he suddenly "discovered" torture was A-OK.

Imagine the next captured Marine legitimately being tortured because, as Bush and the Right Wing Wackos said, torture is OK, if you really really want answers to your questions.

Imagine the next captured Marine being held at a secret detainment facility, because, after all, Bush and the Right Wing Wackos say that's fine, if you really really want to keep his imprisonment a secret.

Yep... Thanks to Bush and the Right Wing Wackos we have no moral authority to demand our troops not be tortured or secretly held... because we say its fine when we do it.

Of course, being draft dodgers themselves - that gang never had to worry about it.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#8449 May 1, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Yea, self-insured - sure - that's it.
That's a joke, I hope.
Imagine anyone claiming they are keeping a few extra millions available in petty cash to pay the catastrophic costs when they or their kids get cancer, diabetes, or are injured in a car crash and are paralyzed or suffer brain damage.
Please - don't pretend the average Right Winger is self-insured and so requiring them to purchase medical insurance is unnecessary.
Right Wingers spend their entire lives slurping at the government trough, they're the first to form Trusts to move their Daddy's money into, so that Medicaid will pay Daddy's "Assisted Living" costs. Creating and funding those Trusts to avoid paying for their own nursing home care, avoiding paying creditors is damn near an industry in itself.
After having financially raped the system for years, they scream like little girls whenever they are asked to contribute to pay for the costs they create.
Yep- Right Wing Wackos - their motto is: "I deserve all my money, and most of yours".
You really do have a problem understanding the written word don't you? There is no mention of self-insured at all. This is another way to put money aside to cover things insurance doesn't. But, go ahead, keep displaying your ignorance - it isn't the first time and I am confident it will not be the last. This is one thing you should have no problem with, an opportunity for those in the middle class to keep a little more of their money and try to get ahead.

But I guess you have been showing your true colors all along and I just missed it. You are so bitter towards and envious of those you declare to be "rich" that you would rather hurt the middle class then take the chance that some "rich" person somewhere might save a little money too. Damned if you'll let Mr and Mrs Joe Smith be able to save enough money that Suzie can get braces or Joey can go to that special needs school - Mr "Rich Guy" might save some tax money too - can't have that, no matter how many working families will be hurt in the process. Okay, we get it now, thanks for clarifying your position.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8450 May 1, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Oh, I was just curious as you what your response would be. I read the intro and got a pretty good clue of this guy's biases pretty quick and then decided to go ahead and take a little time - drat, 30 minutes I'll never get back. What a hack. Little Hugh grows up in a conservative household whose parents control every decision he makes and he goes to a Bible college and will probably end up a right wing authoritarian and submit to all authority like the good little robot he is. Lou- bless her little heart- grew up in a nurturing family that allowed her to think for herself and encouraged her to meet different kinds of people, she will be a lovely little liberal with a nurturing empathetic social conscience. For all intents and purposes, it all boils down to these little examples of two high schoolers. He gives all sorts of little examples and "tests" that are so clearly biased it's a joke.
The irony is, and it is pervasive on the Left, that he loves to talk about how those who he eventually identifies as conservatives, though he calls them right wing authoritarians, feature: a high degree of submission to authorities, high levels of aggression in the name of their authorities, and a high level of conventionalism (to their ideology)- though in actual fact, it is the Left that is oh, so willing to submit to Big Brother,and the Left that is so aggressive against those who oppose them. Oh, the hypocrisy of it all.
You fit this guys profile to a "T".

http://www.amazon.com/Republican-Brain-Scienc...

"Why do so many Republicans believe man-made climate change is a hoax? The two most common explanations are that the deniers are uninformed or that they have been bought off by corporate money. Bestselling author Chris Mooney isn't buying either of those arguments. In fact, as he points out, the better educated a conservative is, the more likely he is to dismiss climate change concerns. How can that be?

Part of the answer lies with motivated reasoning—the psychological phenomenon of preferring only evidence that backs up your belief—but in The Republican Brain, Mooney explains that is just the tip of the cognitive iceberg. There is a growing body of evidence that conservatives and liberals don't just have differing ideologies; they have different psychologies. How could the rejection of mainstream science be growing among Republicans, along with the denial of expert consensus on the economy, American history, foreign policy, and much more? Why won't Republicans accept things that most experts agree on? Why are they constantly fighting against the facts? Increasingly, the answer appears to be: it's just part of who they are.

Mooney explores brain scans, polls, and psychology experiments to explain why conservatives today believe more wrong things; appear more likely than Democrats to oppose new ideas; are less likely to change their beliefs in the face of new facts; and sometimes respond to compelling evidence by doubling down on their current beliefs."
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8451 May 1, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
You are so bitter towards and envious of those you declare to be "rich" that you would rather hurt the middle class then take the chance that some "rich" person somewhere might save a little money too. Damned if you'll let Mr and Mrs Joe Smith be able to save enough money that Suzie can get braces or Joey can go to that special needs school - Mr "Rich Guy" might save some tax money too - can't have that, no matter how many working families will be hurt in the process. Okay, we get it now, thanks for clarifying your position.
There is an overwhelming avalanche of evidence that the most wealthy and powerful in this country are intentionally and systematically dismantling the middle-class of America and stacking the game in their favor despite the cost to humans, the environment and the fabric of our democracy.

Yet you still contend that anybody that has a problem with that is "jealous" because they aren't rich.

Your mindset is pure insanity.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#8452 May 1, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
You fit this guys profile to a "T".
http://www.amazon.com/Republican-Brain-Scienc...
"Why do so many Republicans believe man-made climate change is a hoax? The two most common explanations are that the deniers are uninformed or that they have been bought off by corporate money. Bestselling author Chris Mooney isn't buying either of those arguments. In fact, as he points out, the better educated a conservative is, the more likely he is to dismiss climate change concerns. How can that be?
Part of the answer lies with motivated reasoning—the psychological phenomenon of preferring only evidence that backs up your belief—but in The Republican Brain, Mooney explains that is just the tip of the cognitive iceberg. There is a growing body of evidence that conservatives and liberals don't just have differing ideologies; they have different psychologies. How could the rejection of mainstream science be growing among Republicans, along with the denial of expert consensus on the economy, American history, foreign policy, and much more? Why won't Republicans accept things that most experts agree on? Why are they constantly fighting against the facts? Increasingly, the answer appears to be: it's just part of who they are.
Mooney explores brain scans, polls, and psychology experiments to explain why conservatives today believe more wrong things; appear more likely than Democrats to oppose new ideas; are less likely to change their beliefs in the face of new facts; and sometimes respond to compelling evidence by doubling down on their current beliefs."
Chris Mooney, oh yes, clearly he will present an objective and completely unbiased point of view. A great example of a conclusion searching for data that be skewed to fit - kinda like man made global warming - I'll pass.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#8453 May 1, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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There is an overwhelming avalanche of evidence that the most wealthy and powerful in this country are intentionally and systematically dismantling the middle-class of America and stacking the game in their favor despite the cost to humans, the environment and the fabric of our democracy.
Yet you still contend that anybody that has a problem with that is "jealous" because they aren't rich.
Your mindset is pure insanity.
No, I'm just using the evidence that you have provided that even if a program helps the middle class, you would rather see it reduced or destroyed entirely rather than take the chance a "rich" person might possibly get some benefit from it. Don't worry, I get your priorities now loud and clear.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8454 May 1, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Chris Mooney, oh yes, clearly he will present an objective and completely unbiased point of view. A great example of a conclusion searching for data that be skewed to fit - kinda like man made global warming - I'll pass.
Based on his research he predicted that you'd say that.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#8455 May 1, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Based on his research he predicted that you'd say that.
Of course, he would. His bias is loud and clear.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8456 May 1, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
No, I'm just using the evidence that you have provided that even if a program helps the middle class, you would rather see it reduced or destroyed entirely rather than take the chance a "rich" person might possibly get some benefit from it. Don't worry, I get your priorities now loud and clear.
And I get yours:

http://www.americanprogressaction.org/wp-cont...
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#8457 May 1, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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Of course, he would. His bias is loud and clear.
Don't deny the science just because you don't like the results. Brain scans are brain scans.
guest

United States

#8458 May 1, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
There is an overwhelming avalanche of evidence that the most wealthy and powerful in this country are intentionally and systematically dismantling the middle-class of America and stacking the game in their favor despite the cost to humans, the environment and the fabric of our democracy.
Yet you still contend that anybody that has a problem with that is "jealous" because they aren't rich.
Your mindset is pure insanity.
In a nut shell.....
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8459 May 1, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>

http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives...
Thank you for the opportunity to repost this link.

You are welcome. And thank you for the opporunity to post another rebuttal.

"The fundamental mistake made by the IPCC was to neglect or pay little attention to natural changes, except for solar changes and volcanic effects, thus eliminating both
the Medieval Warm Period and the LIA (Little Ice Age). The IPCC adopted the so called “hockey stick” figure
in an attempt to demonstrate that the abrupt and unexpected temperature rise during the last century began as a result of the hypothesized manmade causes. If the IPCC had taken the LIA
into account, they would have found that the linear warming began in about 1800~1850,
meaning that the warming may be due to the recovery from the LIA. Their prediction has already
failed during the first decade of the present century, because they ignored the multi-decadal oscillation. They should have studied the causes of the LIA, the multi-decadal oscillation, and
other natural changes and included those processes in the GCMs. The present GCMs are still
very inadequate for the purpose of predicting future
temperature change.
Since they ignored both the LIA and the multi-decadal oscillation and assumed the
temperature rise from 1975 to 2000 to be due mainly to the effects of CO2 (instead of the combination of the linear change and the multi-decadal oscillation) their predicted temperature
rise in 2100 is unreasonably too high.
Climate change studies on the basis of GCMs are a young discipline. There are many
unknown processes and uncertain factors in climate change. It is inappropriate to bring results of imperfect science to the international political stage.
domino

Franklin, GA

#8460 May 1, 2013
Obama won in every state that did not require aphoto id and lost in EVERY STATE that did require a photo id in order to vote....Imagine That! He got 247,713 votes in St. Lucie County, Florida where there were only 175,574 eligible voters. Hmmmm! Theres no wonder all these investigations are currently going on.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#8461 May 1, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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You really do have a problem understanding the written word don't you? There is no mention of self-insured at all. This is another way to put money aside to cover things insurance doesn't. But, go ahead, keep displaying your ignorance - it isn't the first time and I am confident it will not be the last. This is one thing you should have no problem with, an opportunity for those in the middle class to keep a little more of their money and try to get ahead.
But I guess you have been showing your true colors all along and I just missed it. You are so bitter towards and envious of those you declare to be "rich" that you would rather hurt the middle class then take the chance that some "rich" person somewhere might save a little money too. Damned if you'll let Mr and Mrs Joe Smith be able to save enough money that Suzie can get braces or Joey can go to that special needs school - Mr "Rich Guy" might save some tax money too - can't have that, no matter how many working families will be hurt in the process. Okay, we get it now, thanks for clarifying your position.

Good post. Those socialists libtards hate anyone with money, except Obama the millionaire.

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