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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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Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140664 Feb 4, 2013
LRS wrote:
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No need. The Obumbler printing presses are doing that for all of us. Do try and be more aware.
Hmm, I must say, the US dollar is doing quite well against most currencies.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140666 Feb 4, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
I thought they sent him into space last week!
Iran's President Wants to be Country's 1st Astronaut
By Clara Moskowitz | SPACE.com
http://news.yahoo.com/irans-president-wants-c...
Let's hope it's a long burn and he's hurtled Pluto's way.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140667 Feb 4, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
I guess Obama never heard of our First Amendment! It is like predicting the winner of yesterday's Super Bowl. They make an educated guess.
S&P says U.S. to file civil lawsuit over ratings
Reuters –
(Reuters)- Standard & Poor's on Monday said it expects to be the target of a U.S. Department of Justice civil lawsuit over its ratings of mortgage bonds prior to the recent financial crisis.
The lawsuit against the McGraw-Hill Cos unit focuses on its ratings in 2007 of various U.S. collateralized debt obligations (CDO), S&P said.
It would be the first federal enforcement action against a credit rating agency over alleged illegal behavior tied to the financial crisis.
"A DOJ lawsuit would be entirely without factual or legal merit," S&P said in a statement. "The DOJ would be wrong in contending that S&P ratings were motivated by commercial considerations and not issued in good faith."
The Justice Department was not immediately available for comment.
http://news.yahoo.com/u-states-plan-civil-cha...
Sue the bastards. Was it not Standard and Poor that rated the mortgage market solid as a rock jjust before it fell totally apart? That firm is more poor than standard.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#140668 Feb 4, 2013
new hammer time wrote:
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hey dingy....the taxes are taken out ahead of time, they already got it.
don't file and see how they will bankrupt your azzes. a broke azz person has no power.
First tip for ya spanky, it's WHO you know. Secondly, we're obviously talking about two very different classes of society. Those who actually sign their check to pay their taxes and those who endorse the check the gov handed out. And, ever heard of a cash-based business? Self-employed? I like the idea of no federal income taxes offset by a higher sales tax. That way, every single person is pitching in almost every single day. New Hammer Time - LMAO!!!
Learn to Read

United States

#140669 Feb 4, 2013
Ahhhh. Of course. It is Obama's fault because, as a seasoned hunter, he should have advised Sears and KMart

"Bonnie Knutson compares brand strategy to shooting a deer or pheasant: You aim beyond the prey. If you don’t, the animal is gone by the time the bullet gets there."

http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/dec/29...
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#140670 Feb 4, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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Wake up. Those stores, some of them, are closing because more and more people are buying online. Nothing to do with Obama. Employmnt is shifting elsewhere.
BS! Then why do they have the same reason for doing so? Pure BS! By the way, Barnes and Noble is laying off quite a few. The common thread seems to be Obumblercare! Imagine that?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#140671 Feb 4, 2013
I wonder how many other presidents have gotten letters like this?

http://www.utahsheriffs.org/USA-Home_files/2n...
Grand Birther

Oregon, OH

#140672 Feb 4, 2013
Barnes and Noble has been shuttering stores long before any recent legislation. Amazon has far better deals, e-readers are far more convenient, and no one buys CDs anymore that's under 50 y.o.

Birfoons are functionally illiterate as is and won't be going near any book stores.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#140673 Feb 4, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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Hmm, I must say, the US dollar is doing quite well against most currencies.
No better against the Euro and GBP than it has been the past two or three years.
Learn to Read

United States

#140674 Feb 4, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>BS! Then why do they have the same reason for doing so? Pure BS! By the way, Barnes and Noble is laying off quite a few. The common thread seems to be Obumblercare! Imagine that?
Right. B&N's tying up cash in real estate as the model moved to Internet distribution couldn't be the reason. Nor could it be the Kindle kicking the Nook for more than a year. It must be Obama's fault!

And yet the Tpublicans and FauxCons love to parrot their hero Puff Windbaugh and his "personal responsibility for success or failure" bloviations.
Grand Birther

Oregon, OH

#140675 Feb 4, 2013
You're a raging moron if you think "an" is an adjective.

It's an article, trust me.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140676 Feb 4, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
BS! Then why do they have the same reason for doing so? Pure BS! By the way, Barnes and Noble is laying off quite a few. The common thread seems to be Obumblercare! Imagine that?
Many shoppers buy more and more online, and they use Best Buy, Sears and others simply as "store windows" to see and "touch" products, then turn around and buy the item(s) they prefer online.(Wall Street Journal, last week I believe). This accounts a great deal for so many store closings, the first to be abandoned being the old Sears and Kmarts of this world. Even Walmart and Costco will, I believe,(hope I'm wrong) be closing stores in the future, as even their online business accounts for an increasing part of their sales.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#140677 Feb 4, 2013
Oh well, Obama missed his deadline for submitted a budget to Congress. So what else is knew?
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140678 Feb 4, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
I wonder how many other presidents have gotten letters like this?
http://www.utahsheriffs.org/USA-Home_files/2n...
I find the letter to be quite well-written, polite and civil, with due respect given the president.

I also find the letter stupid and ignorant.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140679 Feb 4, 2013
LRS wrote:
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No better against the Euro and GBP than it has been the past two or three years.
From memory, it took about $1.40 to buy a Euro 4 years ago. It now takes just $1.34. Definite improvement, no? Against the Cdn $, pretty much at par the last 3 years, has not budged much.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#140680 Feb 4, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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Sue the bastards. Was it not Standard and Poor that rated the mortgage market solid as a rock jjust before it fell totally apart? That firm is more poor than standard.
And I am sure you can back that up? Or is it just another of your opinions?
Now, knowing Jacques, he will demand all my links for the past two years.
Jacques Ottawa

Brampton, Canada

#140681 Feb 4, 2013
Grand Birther wrote:
You're a raging moron if you think "an" is an adjective.
It's an article, trust me.
There is confusion here.

I said it was an adjective. Oxford says so. Oxford rules for English as L'Académie française rules for French, Cervantez for Spanish and Dante for Italian.

LRS, in all fairness, said it was more like an article. He's right if you rely on Webster, which is okay, it's American and colloquial. But okay.

“Reduce immigration levels”

Since: Dec 06

Kings Mountain, NC

#140682 Feb 4, 2013
Trump Files $5 Million Lawsuit Against Maher Over Birth Certificate Challenge
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Grand Birther

Oregon, OH

#140683 Feb 4, 2013
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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There is confusion here.
I said it was an adjective. Oxford says so. Oxford rules for English as L'Académie française rules for French, Cervantez for Spanish and Dante for Italian.
LRS, in all fairness, said it was more like an article. He's right if you rely on Webster, which is okay, it's American and colloquial. But okay.
The way I read the convo it seemed exactly the opposite.

An in an indirect article 100% of the time in English. It's used with words that begin with a vowel as opposed to "a."

I'll take a look at the OED, but first I must nap.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#140685 Feb 4, 2013
One of the joys of flying low flying aircraft is that you can really see what is happening on the ground. You get to watch the farmers from planting time until harvest. Even while driving long-haul trucks I enjoyed driving the back highways for the very same reason.
Never cuss a farmer or rancher with your mouth full.

God made a Farmer
http://www.youtube.com/RAM...

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