Who do you support for Governor in Oh...

Since: Jan 14

Chillicothe, OH

#24652 Jan 27, 2014
Canton wrote:
Still an outstanding challenge. Go ahead and post us one of the many "lies" you claim I have told.
You just told 3 in your last post to me:
What you keep calling people "diverting" is the fact that we have been hashing this crap out for about two years on here. You just came in and no one feels a need to get you caught up though.
Lie.

Old Guy has taken the time to find links to back up every one of his arguments, as faulty as they may be.
Still, you are a precious little example of a conniving, keep away from the toddlers, talking snakes in the face of science ....
Lie.

I've shared sound, scientific arguments against global warming hysteria, as well as quotes from reputed scientists who are either skeptical or don't believe that man-made global warming is occurring.
... You are just a kookie little fringe group.....
Lie.

Gallup poll dated Jan 10, 2014:
Source:
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2014/01/...

People identifying as liberals: 23%
People identifying as conservatives: 38%

And then for good measure, I'll refer you to your post about racism in the democrat party (#24400). I had listed the history of racism from slavery thru the Jim Crow Era. Yet, you still said I would have to go back to the Civil War to find a racist democrat. Lie.

Since: Jan 14

Chillicothe, OH

#24653 Jan 27, 2014
Canton wrote:
Sorry, I have already made it very clear, on numerous occasions that I don't watch propaganda broadcasting like MSNBC.
Unless you can prove you don't watch them, we'll have to assume you're lying.
Canton

Canton, OH

#24654 Jan 27, 2014
Super Mutt wrote:
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Unless you can prove you don't watch them, we'll have to assume you're lying.
You? Void.
Old Guy

Mason, OH

#24655 Jan 27, 2014
Super Mutt wrote:
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I've shared sound, scientific arguments against global warming hysteria, as well as quotes from reputed scientists who are either skeptical or don't believe that man-made global warming is occurring.
There are always skeptics. No one is denying there are individual scientists that reject man made climate change. Among scientists studying climate change, their number has been estimated at about 3%. How about pointing us to any scientific organization (not an individual) that supports your beliefs. If it is not a fringe belief, that should not be difficult.

Here's a link to a list of 198 well known scientific organizations, all of which support the idea that climate change is real and is man made:

http://opr.ca.gov/s_listoforganizations.php

Where's your list?
Canton

Canton, OH

#24656 Jan 27, 2014
Super Mutt wrote:
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You just told 3 in your last post to me:
<quoted text>
Lie.
Old Guy has taken the time to find links to back up every one of his arguments, as faulty as they may be.
<quoted text>
Lie.
I've shared sound, scientific arguments against global warming hysteria, as well as quotes from reputed scientists who are either skeptical or don't believe that man-made global warming is occurring.
<quoted text>
Lie.
Gallup poll dated Jan 10, 2014:
Source:
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2014/01/...
People identifying as liberals: 23%
People identifying as conservatives: 38%
And then for good measure, I'll refer you to your post about racism in the democrat party (#24400). I had listed the history of racism from slavery thru the Jim Crow Era. Yet, you still said I would have to go back to the Civil War to find a racist democrat. Lie.
Are you a Tea Party Conservative? What's the numbers on them? Busted. Let's compare how many scientists disagree with your fringe group views, compared to the out of context "science" I already called you out for, for leaving KEY pieces out of what was actually said. Busted. Was it pointed out to you, that the Dems and the Republicans are nothing like they were when you were desperately trying to defend yourself against the Tea Party's obvious racism? Busted Nice try, conniving typical rightwing fringe group. You better go grab a couple more imaginary friends from Chillicothe. Busted
Canton

Canton, OH

#24657 Jan 27, 2014
Super Mutt wrote:
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Unless you can prove you don't watch them, we'll have to assume you're lying.
Now as a Conservative, statistically speaking, have you groped more than 10 toddlers or less than 10 toddlers? See how easy the conniving rightwing game is played? VOID/Busted.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#24658 Jan 27, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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We're already seeing the negative effects of Commie Care. Thousands losing their jobs, others that kept their job were demoted from full-time to part-time, millions losing their healthcare plans they loved so dearly, and we're just getting started.
Just like when the Liberal Demcorats implemented Social Security too.
Old Guy

Mason, OH

#24659 Jan 27, 2014
And I'm looking for SCIENTIFIC organizations.

Please no "Americans for Prosperity", "Cato Institute", "Heartland Institute", or any other paid shills for big petroleum or the Koch brothers.

"An overwhelming majority of scientists agree global warming is happening and human activity is the primary cause. Yet several prominent global warming skeptic organizations are actively working to sow doubt about the facts of global warming.

These organizations play a key role in the fossil fuel industry's "disinformation playbook," a strategy designed to confuse the public about global warming and delay action on climate change. Why? Because the fossil fuel industry wants to sell more coal, oil, and gas even though the science clearly shows that the resulting carbon emissions threaten our planet."

http://www.ucsusa.org/global_warming/solution...

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#24660 Jan 27, 2014
fingiswold wrote:
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A Republic IS a form of democratic government, you Rightie dimwit. Get a clue.
Republic vs Democracy

Old Guy

Mason, OH

#24661 Jan 27, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Republic vs Democracy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =N7cY7LfMSbkXX
This is the considered opinion of streamingliberty.com .(Don't try to go to their website --- it doesn't exist.) Why should we think this anonymous source is correct, when well known dictionaries and other standard references say it is wrong? Anyone can put up a website or post a youtube video.
seriously

Chillicothe, OH

#24662 Jan 27, 2014
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>Just like when the Liberal Demcorats implemented Social Security too.
Which turned into a giant slush fund.
Old Guy

Mason, OH

#24663 Jan 27, 2014
Here's what Encyclopedia Britannica says on this issue:

"Whereas the feasibility of representative government was demonstrated by the development of Parliament, the possibility of joining representation with democracy first became fully evident in the governments of the British colonies of North America and later in the founding of the United States of America."

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/157...
seriously

Chillicothe, OH

#24664 Jan 27, 2014

Since: Jan 14

Chillicothe, OH

#24665 Jan 27, 2014
Canton wrote:
Are you a Tea Party Conservative? What's the numbers on them? Busted. Let's compare how many scientists disagree with your fringe group views, compared to the out of context "science" I already called you out for, for leaving KEY pieces out of what was actually said. Busted. Was it pointed out to you, that the Dems and the Republicans are nothing like they were when you were desperately trying to defend yourself against the Tea Party's obvious racism? Busted Nice try, conniving typical rightwing fringe group. You better go grab a couple more imaginary friends from Chillicothe. Busted
I'm not affiliated with any Tea Party group, nor have I ever worked with one or attended a rally. I was a conservative long before the Tea Party came into existence, and I'll be one long after it's gone.

Your twisting and distorting of facts just proves you're a liar. BUSTED, dipshit.
Canton

Canton, OH

#24667 Jan 27, 2014
Super Mutt wrote:
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I'm not affiliated with any Tea Party group, nor have I ever worked with one or attended a rally. I was a conservative long before the Tea Party came into existence, and I'll be one long after it's gone.
Your twisting and distorting of facts just proves you're a liar. BUSTED, dipshit.
I feel so stupid...except for the last two elections, the GOP looking at conservatives as paid tools, the Pope publically denouncing your views, science overwhelmingly agreeing with mine...
Hey, who was your favorite Conservative president within your life time?
Canton

Canton, OH

#24669 Jan 27, 2014
Super Mutt wrote:
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I'm not affiliated with any Tea Party group, nor have I ever worked with one or attended a rally. I was a conservative long before the Tea Party came into existence, and I'll be one long after it's gone.
Your twisting and distorting of facts just proves you're a liar. BUSTED, dipshit.
Libertarian? Constitutionalist? Rightwing Christian Conservative? Kochwh0re? Who can keep up with all the cutesy little titles you guys, who are trying to distance yourselves from the GW Bush nightmare you inflicted on this nation, are calling yourselves this week?

Since: Jan 14

Chillicothe, OH

#24672 Jan 27, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
There are always skeptics. No one is denying there are individual scientists that reject man made climate change. Among scientists studying climate change, their number has been estimated at about 3%. How about pointing us to any scientific organization (not an individual) that supports your beliefs. If it is not a fringe belief, that should not be difficult.

Here's a link to a list of 198 well known scientific organizations, all of which support the idea that climate change is real and is man made:
http://opr.ca.gov/s_listoforganizations.php
Where's your list?
Organizations are usually bought and paid for, and sometimes don't even have the interests of their members in mind. The AMA is a perfect example of this. Pelosi & Reid gave them a backroom deal, in order to get their support for ObamaCare. They're seriously out of step with the opinions of their own members.

http://blogs.ajc.com/health-flock/2011/09/08/...

I doubt if scientific organizations are any different. Bought and paid for by the govt, in order to keep getting funding.

I've already given you a long list of scientists who doubt or disbelieve in man-made global warming. Some of them were once in the global-warming camp, but discovered that the science didn't hold up. Apparently, you've chosen to completely disregard their opinions, even though you have no proof that man has caused any warming. Continue on with your hysteria.

Since: Jan 14

Chillicothe, OH

#24673 Jan 27, 2014
Canton wrote:
I feel so stupid...except for the last two elections, the GOP looking at conservatives as paid tools, the Pope publically denouncing your views, science overwhelmingly agreeing with mine...
Hey, who was your favorite Conservative president within your life time?
There hasn't been a real conservative president in my lifetime. I liked Reagan, but he spent too much and granted amnesty to illegals. Both the Bushes were moderates.

You seem to value the pope's opinion a lot. What is it about the Catholic church that you like so much? I'm beginning to think you're the one who likes to grope kids.
seriously

Chillicothe, OH

#24674 Jan 27, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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And as wages got higher and higher, it eventually made more economic sense to have those products manufactured outside of the US and shipped back here.
Every Wal-Mart shopper knows quite well where their products come from, yet, Wal-Mart is number one and will remain that way.
Americans demand cheap products, and that's what companies cater to.
Do you really think such a large trade deficit is any thing other than lobbyists, CEO's and policy makers getting filthy rich? The cheaper stuff they put on the shelves, the less money you can survive on, I just don't think it's market driven, it's policy induced.
Canton

Canton, OH

#24675 Jan 27, 2014
Super Mutt wrote:
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There hasn't been a real conservative president in my lifetime. I liked Reagan, but he spent too much and granted amnesty to illegals. Both the Bushes were moderates.
You seem to value the pope's opinion a lot. What is it about the Catholic church that you like so much? I'm beginning to think you're the one who likes to grope kids.
I think you need to ponder the fact that there hasn't been an elected Conservative president in your life time. It's called the true voice of the American people. The thing I like about the current Pope, is probably what makes him so much more popular than the last rightwing Pope. He thinks you are a douche. Religion is a form of mental illness. So much for your deflection. Also, since you didn't deny that you grope toddlers, we'll take that as a "more than 10" answer. By the way, are you a Christian?

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