Sound Off! (Feb. 10)

Sound Off! (Feb. 10)

There are 46 comments on the Las Cruces Sun-News story from Feb 10, 2011, titled Sound Off! (Feb. 10). In it, Las Cruces Sun-News reports that:

Who is a hypocrite, Senator Fischmann? If you want the state to ban illegals from working in hotels and the casino and other businesses, why don't you introduce a bill that will do just that? I don't blame the illegals that enter this country to try to better their condition.

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#44 Feb 11, 2011
WWMVCD wrote:
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They just put it under a different rug http://www.topix.com/forum/state/nm/T30RUN835...
Reading from about comment number 300 on should be enlightening to many. Answers are needed.
Not even. When there are too many reports of comments in need of censoring (abusive), they will just pull the entire forum. The local paper is probably worried about a law suit. I read the forum and it was getting down and dirty.

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#45 Feb 11, 2011
byby wrote:
Why were the 300+ comments on the MVCS article deleted today?
I guess I was right about the local paper removing all the forum to avoid a lawsuit or because there were too many reports of abuse.

I looked under education and voila.

http://www.topix.com/forum/education/T71CRQEA...
Oh Sure

Albuquerque, NM

#47 Feb 11, 2011
Zippity Doo Dah wrote:
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Water isn't a gas, dumbass. But if you had to breathe it, I'm sure it'd pollute your lungs and kill you.
Can you verify that the humidity level in the air you breathe is zero?
Think about it

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#48 Feb 11, 2011
Rebecca from Las Cruces wrote:
Quote: We are seeing the extreme weather conditions resulting from Global Warming. The summers will get hotter and the winters will get colder.
What a load of rubbish. We are seeing what I call a climate cycle. Ups and downs. What we just had,we have had before. This is nothing new. Maybe some of you younger people don't remember how it use to be, but I sure do. Winters were colder, then we had a warming trend, now it has started in to a cooler cycle. This has always gone on and will probably continue as long as there is an Earth. Al Gore made his millions, now maybe he will shut up and let people live, without trying to convince them that Doomsday is cometh.
I agree. Here's a NASA/GISS chart of yearly temps from NMSU

http://data.giss.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/gistemp/gis...

Notice how temps go up and down over the time period in the graph. If you are unfamiliar with climate, we have been warming since the end of the Little Ice Age, ended approx 1850 CE. Current calculations are a warming of 1.6*F or .8*C in the last 160 years.

Remember the famous picture of Washington crossing the Delaware River? Recall all the ice floes in that picture. That crossing happened during the Little Ice Age. Those ice floes were a regular occurrence during the revolution.

The Delaware does not have ice floes today. Today our temps are 1.6*F,.8*C, warmer than they were then.

Our weather/climate is part of a natural pattern that can be seen in history. It is not unusual or unprecedented. In fact it looks just like we'd expect it to look. Unless of course you want to impose taxes.

The US 2010 ranking in the warmest ever category......23rd.
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#49 Feb 11, 2011
Zippity Doo Dah wrote:
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Water isn't a gas, dumbass. But if you had to breathe it, I'm sure it'd pollute your lungs and kill you.
Water vapor is a gas. It is the largest greenhouse gas. Greenhouse gases make up about 3% of the atmosphere.

Water vapor is 96% of all greenhouse gases. CO2 3% and other gases make up the remaining 1%.(Numbers rounded to the closest whole value.)
Just me

El Paso, TX

#50 Mar 16, 2011
Tea Partier wrote:
From the Townhall.com Tip Sheet:
Emily Jerne, a student at the University of Arizona, grew up in Mexico and is taking on the racist ethnic studies program being taught in the Tucson Unified School District. This program encourages the overthrow of the United States government and the reconquering of what groups like La Raza call Mexico's land. Gabby Saucedo Mercer, a naturalized citizen and active tea party member, is joining her in the fight. Both women have been intimidated by members of La Raza and other open border groups like Derechos Humanos for their stance against the program. Mercer had a rock thrown through the back window of her car after showing support for Arizona Governor Jan Brewer just before the November 2010 elections.
And your point is?

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