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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...

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Since: Aug 10

Hollis Center, ME

#140223 Feb 1, 2013
Orly.....orly......where are you orly?
Learn to Read

United States

#140224 Feb 1, 2013
Froggy wrote:
Can you figure out who the narrator is?

Wings For This Man (1945) Tuskegee Airmen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =oFFkW2su38QXX

Yep, it is Ronald Reagan. Sure, he was a Democrat way back then. But they he found out he was really a Republican at heart!
And today you morons would call him a RINO
Froggy

Jacksonville, FL

#140225 Feb 1, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, switched to the Republicans when he became a snitch for Joe McCarthy.
Reagan was a witness who was called to give sworn testimony. If he had testified against some murderer, would that have been okay with you? Does it bother you that we executed the communist spies Ethel Greenglass and Julius Rosenberg for giving atomic bomb secrets to the Soviets?
We all know you are a communist.
Froggy

Jacksonville, FL

#140226 Feb 1, 2013
Smokin' Commies.

From Wiki: Eyewitness testimony (as given by a newsreel report featured in the 1982 documentary film The Atomic Cafe) describes the circumstances of the Rosenbergs' death, noting that while Julius Rosenberg died after the first electric shock, his wife did not. After the normal course of three electric shocks, attendants removed the strapping and other equipment only to have doctors determine that Mrs. Rosenberg had not yet died (her heart was still beating). Two more electric shocks were applied, and at conclusion eyewitnesses reported, Bob Considine among them, that smoke rose from her head in the chamber
Froggy

Jacksonville, FL

#140227 Feb 1, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you for that. Yes, I did. I researched the man a long time ago, one of my all-time heroes.
[Jimmy] Stewart nearly declined to support his friend Ronald Reagan's campaign for the governorship of California in 1966, since Reagan had been a Democrat until 1962. In 1976 Stewart campaigned extensively in California for Reagan in the presidential primaries, especially visiting shopping malls and airports.

Campaigned for Richard Nixon in the 1968 and 1972 Presidential elections.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140228 Feb 1, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
You don't think it is man-made do you?
No. But what appears to be man-made, and I stress "appears", as I only rely on experts in the field, is that our winters are warmer, we are gettingĀ less and less snow, there is no spring to speak of, we go right from winter to summer and summer to winter, no fall or hardly any. The ice truckers way up north are allowed fewer and fewer days of operations, the ice takes longer to take hold and thaws faster. Scientists who know more than me, and 95% of them agree, say it is man-made. But again, I can only witness the drastic changes I've seen in the last 20 years. Our summers, for example, are long, very very hot and dry, near drought last year in greater parts of the US and Canada. But hey, I'm no expert, will not discuss something that requires a great deal of knowledge of meteorology and science that I do not possess.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140229 Feb 1, 2013
Froggy wrote:
<quoted text>
[Jimmy] Stewart nearly declined to support his friend Ronald Reagan's campaign for the governorship of California in 1966, since Reagan had been a Democrat until 1962. In 1976 Stewart campaigned extensively in California for Reagan in the presidential primaries, especially visiting shopping malls and airports.
Campaigned for Richard Nixon in the 1968 and 1972 Presidential elections.
Good for him. His prerogative. I still like him as a man and wonderful actor. A real American.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140230 Feb 1, 2013
Froggy wrote:
Smokin' Commies.
From Wiki: Eyewitness testimony (as given by a newsreel report featured in the 1982 documentary film The Atomic Cafe) describes the circumstances of the Rosenbergs' death, noting that while Julius Rosenberg died after the first electric shock, his wife did not. After the normal course of three electric shocks, attendants removed the strapping and other equipment only to have doctors determine that Mrs. Rosenberg had not yet died (her heart was still beating). Two more electric shocks were applied, and at conclusion eyewitnesses reported, Bob Considine among them, that smoke rose from her head in the chamber
Ghoulish. Why do we need to know this? You enjoy it,right?
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140231 Feb 1, 2013
Froggy wrote:
<quoted text>
Reagan was a witness who was called to give sworn testimony. If he had testified against some murderer, would that have been okay with you? Does it bother you that we executed the communist spies Ethel Greenglass and Julius Rosenberg for giving atomic bomb secrets to the Soviets?
We all know you are a communist.
Ha ha. And Reagan is the one who "got" the Rosenburgs? Poor you. And he was a snitch and sqealer. Others, plenty others testified and they did not snitch
Froggy

Jacksonville, FL

#140233 Feb 1, 2013
I have no idea whether this is true or not but I am sure Jacqeau will let me know if it isn't.

DON CHERRY, Canadian Hockey Commentator for CBC Television,
was asked on a local live radio talk show, what he thought about the allegations of torture of suspected terrorists. His reply prompted his ejection from the studio, but to thunderous applause from the audience.

HIS STATEMENT:
"If hooking up one rag head terrorist prisoner's testicles to a car battery to get the truth out of the lying little camel shagger will save just one
Canadian or American life, then I have only three things to say:'Red is positive, black is negative, and make sure his nuts are wet."
drink The hive

New York, NY

#140234 Feb 1, 2013
Follow The Above Steps And U Will Be Well On Your Way 2 Remembering The Contact That Has Been There All Along...

http://www.freakingnews.com/pictures/77500/Ob...

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LRS

Shreveport, LA

#140235 Feb 1, 2013
Hey Rogue, thought this might interest you.

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/02/01/rep...
Froggy

Jacksonville, FL

#140236 Feb 1, 2013
Froggy wrote:
<quoted text>
Reagan was a witness who was called to give sworn testimony. If he had testified against some murderer, would that have been okay with you?
Does it bother you that we executed the communist spies Ethel Greenglass and Julius Rosenberg for giving atomic bomb secrets to the Soviets?
We all know you are a communist.
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Ha ha. And Reagan is the one who "got" the Rosenburgs? Poor you. And he was a snitch and sqealer. Others, plenty others testified and they did not snitch
I should have divided it into two paragraphs.
No sillytard, Reagan did not rat out the Rosenbergs.
For some reason you Libtards think it is okay to give false sworn testimony which mean you think it is okay to lie to take care of your buddies and to lie to falsely convict an innocent person.
Yep, the end justifies the means to you commies!
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140237 Feb 1, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Have you given any thought to what goes into our children's heads BEFORE they're faced with tough decisions?
I think so, yes, but not being perfect, I've tried to manage when asked questions about what went into their heads from any direction. Been lucky, so far has worked great. Those tough decisions you mentioned well, they did not involve guns. I've never owned a gun and so far neither have they. But they were taught about violence and shown how to live with it,avoid it and better yet, understand it. Black belts help a lot. And unlike guns, well-taught martial arts is restrained and kept in reserve wisely only when required. They were prepared for other tough decisions based on acquired knowledge of their environment, politics, both domestic and foreign, history, all types of history, culture, all types of culture, even those I hoped they would eschew, but they had to be made aware of them, religions(s), very important so they could make a choice and to never ever forget that there are special needs people around them, lots of them who didn't have their good luck and finally, the 66% who go to bed hungry on this globe.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140238 Feb 1, 2013
Froggy wrote:
I have no idea whether this is true or not but I am sure Jacqeau will let me know if it isn't.
DON CHERRY, Canadian Hockey Commentator for CBC Television,
was asked on a local live radio talk show, what he thought about the allegations of torture of suspected terrorists. His reply prompted his ejection from the studio, but to thunderous applause from the audience.
HIS STATEMENT:
"If hooking up one rag head terrorist prisoner's testicles to a car battery to get the truth out of the lying little camel shagger will save just one
Canadian or American life, then I have only three things to say:'Red is positive, black is negative, and make sure his nuts are wet."
I have no idea if it's true or not but it pretty much sums up the man. I doubt he said it though, as CBC Hockey Night in Canada would not put up with that kind of crap.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140239 Feb 1, 2013
Froggy wrote:
Froggy wrote:
<quoted text>
Reagan was a witness who was called to give sworn testimony. If he had testified against some murderer, would that have been okay with you?
Does it bother you that we executed the communist spies Ethel Greenglass and Julius Rosenberg for giving atomic bomb secrets to the Soviets?
We all know you are a communist.
<quoted text>
I should have divided it into two paragraphs.
No sillytard, Reagan did not rat out the Rosenbergs.
For some reason you Libtards think it is okay to give false sworn testimony which mean you think it is okay to lie to take care of your buddies and to lie to falsely convict an innocent person.
Yep, the end justifies the means to you commies!
I said he testified. He snitched after he gathered material on his co-workers. Others testified yet they were not working for McCarthy as Reagan did. Now, who was a big Communist in Hollywood and how did he (she) harm the country in any way shape or form?

McCarthy was asked by Welch "Have you no sense of decency, sir?"
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#140240 Feb 1, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
I think so, yes, but not being perfect, I've tried to manage when asked questions about what went into their heads from any direction. Been lucky, so far has worked great. Those tough decisions you mentioned well, they did not involve guns. I've never owned a gun and so far neither have they. But they were taught about violence and shown how to live with it,avoid it and better yet, understand it. Black belts help a lot. And unlike guns, well-taught martial arts is restrained and kept in reserve wisely only when required. They were prepared for other tough decisions based on acquired knowledge of their environment, politics, both domestic and foreign, history, all types of history, culture, all types of culture, even those I hoped they would eschew, but they had to be made aware of them, religions(s), very important so they could make a choice and to never ever forget that there are special needs people around them, lots of them who didn't have their good luck and finally, the 66% who go to bed hungry on this globe.
I'm talking about kids here in the U.S. Stuff like, want to join a gang? Wanna do drugs? Want to steal, etc. etc. We literally have generations of gang members. Our society has become a violent society that now breeds its own. Good morals and values are at the core of the solution, in my opinion. Education is next. But it starts in the home.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#140241 Feb 1, 2013
Shower time and out to dinner. Later....
Frank

Spokane, WA

#140243 Feb 1, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Why should the president have served in the military? Does that mean, in order to qualify as president, he should have been a farmer, a doctor, an engineer, an architect, a lawyer, a police officer, a firefighter, a miner, a cook, etc?
If he believes he can perform open heart surgery,then he is a fool. We all know Obama thinks he is the smartest guy in the world,would you want him to be 'the one' who performs brain surgery on you? Any one that has not served in the military can not pretend that they know and understand the military. There is a term for people that pretend they served in the military. Obama never served in the police department and doesn't understand their mission. On July 22,2009, Obama criticized the arrest and the response by the police in the Henry Louis Gates incident. If your house is on fire,Obama is the last person you would want to show up at your house. Obama thinks he knows more about farming than anyone else in the world,also. Obama is clueless,for someone occupying the White House his world is extremely small. He actually knows very little about what is important to the 310 million people that claim citizenship in our country and live by the will of The Constitution and The Declaration of Independence.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140244 Feb 1, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm talking about kids here in the U.S. Stuff like, want to join a gang? Wanna do drugs? Want to steal, etc. etc. We literally have generations of gang members. Our society has become a violent society that now breeds its own. Good morals and values are at the core of the solution, in my opinion. Education is next. But it starts in the home.
Do you think we don't have gangs here too? I've oft repeated, we have just as much criminal activity here as you do, but fewer murders because we are stricter with our gun laws. Our kids have had to face drugs and gangs and, worst of all, booze. You're right, it all starts at home, we blame schools too much for our own shortcomings. Mine have gone pretty much unscathed through all that, and we were also lucky, as I've seen many kids go wrong even with a good upbringing. Mine lived and studied abroad a lot, and that helps tremendously , yes, to see how the other half lives - and it's not all rosy, and they know it. Speaking up to 4 languages and cognisant of foreign cultures heve broadened their horizons. But as I said, anything can go wrong, so we consider ourselves pretty fortunate.

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