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Wonder why he has compared himself to one even closer to his presidential accomplishments.  Jimmy Carter.  Much closer to the truth.  But then comparing himself to socialist tyrants is ok too.

You keep crying about Obama being a socialist, but besides your crying about it in every post, what socialiat policies has he enacted that his predecessor did't create?

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Pulaski County Sheriff Press Releases / Re: PCSD- Armed Robbery Case
« on: December 12, 2011, 08:13:44 PM »
Smells like a drug deal gone bad.

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I'd just like to point out how retarded you both are.

 Obama mentioned God once in a closing "God bless you," to Americans watching the Internet address. However, the President explicitly thanked God earlier in the week in his written Thanksgiving proclamation, which called the holiday "one of our nation's oldest and most cherished traditions," and an occasion that "brings us closer to our loved ones and invites us to reflect on the blessings that enrich our lives."


From your link.

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National News / Re: U.S. Bridges, Roads Being Built by Chinese Firms
« on: November 05, 2011, 04:58:07 AM »
No Unions, pay less= built for less and no union bull shit. IE. long lunch/beer breaks. Same as teachers/home school. What works best for you. Why no occupy DC. Thats where all the problems are?  I will always say the best you can buy is made in the USA! Just hope I continue to be right on this subject.

I don't see how you don't see thw inherent contradictions between your convictions, to bust a rhyme. 

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Yeah because if there is one thing we all know you right wingers support is a national registry of all handguns and rifles so nothing like this ever happens again.  The ability to track these weapons back to the ATF proves the necessity to track weapons so they do not end up in criminal hands.  Bravo!

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Military Opinion / Re: Taz's Friends?
« on: October 10, 2011, 02:58:48 AM »
    Our whole country is in the crapper, and this is what our gooberment has been working on?                      -What does this say to the country's we are at war with?
    -Give them an inch....they want 12!
    -What's next, open ass fatigues?
    -I think I threw up a little!
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/09/20/national/main20108690.shtml

Its been about a month, have the now openly gay men and women who are putting their lives on the line so attention starved message board born again bandits can have an open forum to publicly degrade them,  done anything to embarass the military in the same way you embarass yourself on a daily basis? 

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National Political Opinion / Re: OIL!!!!!
« on: October 04, 2011, 10:12:35 PM »
Why, cause your sexually attracted to me like Bob? You guys are going to have to get over it. I don't swing that way.

When you grow up people might someday take you seriously.  Fifth grade gay insults are the last thing anyone calling themselves a Christian should be spewing. 

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National Political Opinion / Re: Every Alaskan to get $1174
« on: September 21, 2011, 03:29:28 AM »
state run socialist system? LOL LOL the residents of Alaska are able to benefit from the income their state is generating! regretting that you don't live in Alaska winston?
 
in some states poachers are fined on a level that the wildlife is valued in the state. the wildlife is considered part of the states natural resources. poaching robs the residents of their natural resources. how is sharing revenues derived from the sale of natural resources with the people that own them a socialist system? mad because you aren't getting a check? LOL LOL

That is so full of stupid I don't even know where to start. LOLOLOL

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National Political Opinion / Re: Every Alaskan to get $1174
« on: September 20, 2011, 11:59:19 PM »
The state must be run by Republicans.  Otherwise Obama would be getting that money for his coffers.
What kind of twisted nutjob are you?

A state run socialist system you hope is run by a Republican and your criticism is about Obama for what?

You need serious help.

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National Political Opinion / Re: For the Liberals
« on: September 07, 2011, 02:20:11 PM »
Anyone crying about gun shops reporting suspicious purchases probably really hates that a gun store employee probably saved lives recently for doing just that.

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National Political Opinion / Re: nobama's new thug
« on: September 07, 2011, 12:42:44 AM »
Wow, I have never seen such crybaby bs as this.

Hike up your skirt and grow a pair, missy.

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National Political Opinion / Re: perry's got a few good ideas
« on: August 31, 2011, 01:33:44 AM »
State balanced budgets are an illusion.  How is it possible so many states are in the red if they are constitutionally required to balance their budgets?

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Danged if you do, danged if you don't.

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National Political Opinion / Re: For the Liberals
« on: August 26, 2011, 10:16:25 PM »
I am in  a quandary here.  You see, I sent it out for the "Liberals" as I have a difficult time with understanding how they process information and come up with some of the most illogical conclusions I have ever seen.  Shadylane, I do agree somewhat with your premise too.  If we let these gooberment people get away with this, then where does it all end?  Total control.  BTW, only part of congress is controlled by the GOP.  The people really screwed up re-relecting people like pelosi and reid and boxer and feinstein.  Elitists all.  and hypocrites


Thats because you arrogantly prejudge liberals the way you derided people for doing the same with bikers, but your arrogance prevents you from seeing it.

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National Political Opinion / Re: Rick Perry’s Imaginary Regulation
« on: August 24, 2011, 05:06:38 AM »
No I didn't miss it. Folks louse kids everyday to accidents. Most are inner city not farmers. Again you mislead what someone says to cover your not so thought out reply. Slow down. You seem to know allot about stuff, I guess.

Dum that down for me I didn't understand a lick of that.

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Religion Opinion / Re: God did NOT create the universe
« on: August 24, 2011, 01:53:18 AM »
If you are missing an appendage, you are guaranteed that prayers for you to grow it back isn't going to be answered.....

Logic is not your strong point.

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National Political Opinion / Re: Money Talks
« on: August 24, 2011, 12:42:30 AM »
she was out to make a quick buck. dna from semen was found in the room from 4 other guys. but why was he inducted in the first place? her charge. it goes back to the lib philosophy; the seriousness of the charge is what is important, a lack of evidence is irrelevant. any conspiracies will come out eventually since he has been replaced.

You two should get together and decide what you are crying about, you both can't be right about why you are crying.

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National Political Opinion / Re: Money Talks
« on: August 23, 2011, 06:26:48 PM »
Of course, his having been in charge of the IMF has absolutley nothing to do with it.  right? :th_tha3ab577b-1:

This makes no sense, as he was immediately arrested as head of the IMF and charges dropped well after he was replaced. 

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Religion Opinion / Re: God did NOT create the universe
« on: August 23, 2011, 06:27:25 AM »
Why is it so easy for people to believe in a diety that has always been, but yet most people are unable to wrap their minds around the fact that the universe has ALWAYS existed in one form or another?

http://www.space.com/2372-recycled-universe-theory-solve-cosmic-mystery.html

If you are going to gloat about your intellectual superiority, especially because lolz you believes in God over science ur so stoopid, make sure your scientific theories aren't presented as "fact."Chosing to believe something scientifically unsupported is far superior, intellectually, than gloating while completely mis-stating or -understanding what you are talking about.

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National Political Opinion / Re: Rick Perry’s Imaginary Regulation
« on: August 23, 2011, 04:14:28 AM »
You are the one not sure why farm machinery should receive exemptions. Think about what you posted, before you post something else. You know farmers are not the same as truck drivers. Save you argument for a better subject.

Read above, I posted again, you may have missed it.

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National Political Opinion / Re: Rick Perry’s Imaginary Regulation
« on: August 22, 2011, 05:49:38 AM »
Some of us drove a truck, combine, before we were in out teens on the farm. My dad taught me to stand on the seat of our truck and just turn the key till it starts I gear and then steer two him on the combine. He would climb down and get in the truck to pull it under the hopper to unload it. You don't know what a farmers life is and what this dam EPA/president are trying to do to it. Family's use to be the farmers, now you almost have to be a major company. SAD! Farmers are a bunch of hard working law abiding folks that just want to make a good living and be left alone.

Are you implying that people who drive heavy machinery, say, building bridges aren't hard working law abiding folks, that they are and should NOT be required to have cdl's, or that the exemptions are ok because you learned to do something at a young age?  Outside of just generally being pissed off at the prospect, and not the reality, of these types of government regs finally applying to you and yours, what specifically is the need for these types of exemptions?  Don't assume I don't know or even support them, but outside of anger and jumping to conclusions about me, I know that on a lot of farms, kids as young as 11 generally can and do a lot of farm work, and this can include driving heavy farm eqpt.  I also know peeople who tragically lost kids in farm related accidents.  Its heartbreaking and I'm in the fence on whether it is somrething that needs to be looked at.

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nobama is the one that said he would bankrupt the coal industry.

Still gonna ride that lie, even after its been refuted by the coal industry as blatant lies and dedperate 11th hour campaign efforts by the then bewildered and battered McCain/Palin team of disinformation peddlers? 

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National Political Opinion / Re: Rick Perry’s Imaginary Regulation
« on: August 22, 2011, 03:20:15 AM »
Ah I won't hammer him again, fish, look it up, thats just another in a long line of lies spread by the propagsnda machine. 

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Religion Opinion / Re: God did NOT create the universe
« on: August 22, 2011, 03:14:57 AM »
look around you. there is no doubt God exists, except to the naysayers that cannot prove there is no God.

why is the sun at the exact distance from the earth? how does it stay there? a little closer we would be toast, a little farther away we would be frozen.

Are you insane?

The Earth travels around the sun in an eliptical orbit.

The varrying distances gives us what we call "seasons."

Seriously concerned about you fish.

Can't imagine what has happened to you, usually you at least think thingd out before you hit enter.

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National Political Opinion / Re: Rick Perry’s Imaginary Regulation
« on: August 22, 2011, 03:08:34 AM »
Use of similar types of machinery in every other occupation in the US require licensing of this type, not sure why farmers should continue to receive exemptions.  Is there a reason why other than manufactured fake outrage?

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and your source is??? smell that sulfur when cars pass? wasn't there before. acid rain is in the same category as global warming, bs. why didn't the fish kills suddenly stop? there should have been widespread lakes and river fish kills from acid rain.

My source is reality, come join the raional world in it.  You seem to have outgrown your childish fear of google, so try googling it. 

Damn, reality is a bitch, ain't it? 

Turns out all of those horrible motivations you ascribed to Obama were not only programs STARTED by the holy triumverate, but they were staunchly supported by conservatives, praised as wildly successful by Dubya himself, and roundly praised for being amazingly cost effective.

This is basically the moment of truth for you: do you continue down the path of being lied to by corporate propagandists and continue to spread their chicken little lies, or do you take that long overdue look at yourself and the hate you spew.

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Oh yeah....

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 :th_thicon_super:

The Reagan White House conceived the first cap-and-trade program to reduce pollution. It was used in the 1980s to phase out lead in gasoline at a lower cost. An EPA analysis shows:

“¦estimated savings from the lead trading program of approximately 20 percent over alternative programs that did not provide for lead banking, a cost savings of about $250 million per year.

President Reagan also signed the Montreal Protocol in 1987 to slash the production and use of chemicals that deplete the upper ozone layer essential to screen out cancer-causing ultraviolet rays. His administration established a cap-and-trade system to implement the chemical reductions the protocol required. A 2006 scientific assessment concluded that “the Montreal Protocol is working” to reduce chemicals and protect the ozone layer.

President George H.W. Bush,Reagan’s successor, was the first president to propose the employment of a cap-and-trade system in an environmental law. The Clean Air Act of 1990 includes his proposed cap-and-trade system to reduce the sulfur pollution from power plants responsible for acid rain.

The Clean Air Act passed the Senate by a vote of 89-10 and the House by 401-25. Many staunch conservatives voted for it including Sens. Kit Bond (R-Mo), Trent Lott (R-MS), Mitch McConnell (R-KY), and Strom Thurmond (R-SC). Conservative House supporters included Reps. Newt Gingrich (R-GA), Joe Barton (R-TX), Dennis Hastert (R-IL), Jim Inhofe (R-OK), and Fred Upton (R-MI).

When President Bush signed the Clean Air Act into law he highlighted its innovative cap-and-trade mechanism:

The acid rain allowance trading program will be the first large-scale regulatory use of market incentives and is already being seen as a model for regulatory reform efforts here and abroad.

By employing a system that generates the most environmental protection for every dollar spent,the trading system lays the groundwork for a new era of smarter government regulation; one that is more compatible with economic growth than using only the command and control approaches of the past.

President Bush’s prediction came true. An EPA analysis a decade after the law was passed determined that the actual cost of cutting sulfur emissions by 40 percent was substantially lower than it had predicted: “$1 to $2 billion per year, just one quarter of original EPA estimates.” A CAP analysis determined that in 2006 utility rates were 5 percent lower (in real dollars) than before the act passed in 1990. And the U.S. economy added 16 million jobs during this time.

President George W. Bush also included a cap-and-trade mechanism in his “Clear Skies” bill that would have amended the Clean Air Act. Upon the bill’s introduction he noted the success of his father’s cap-and-trade program:

The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments have significantly reduced air pollution, especially through the innovative “cap-and trade” acid rain control program. [It] has been a resounding success, cutting annual sulfur dioxide emissions in the first phase by 50 percent below allowed levels. Emissions were reduced faster than required, and at far less cost”¦The program only requires a handful of EPA employees to operate.

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National Political Opinion / Re: Government Rationing of Medical Care
« on: August 22, 2011, 12:05:44 AM »
Pcik away.  It was Obama who promised all this crap.  Now his people are deciding people cannot have the care HE promised and he is using our tax dollars.  I knew he would end up with a rationing system afterall.  Check out Soylent Green.  That is what society did.  Rationed and stopped medical care at age 65.  Just what Dr. Obama ordered.  Denial based on gender is illegal, or didn't yo uknow that?

You are really getting desperate, even to the point of trying to make this Obama's fault.  Thats just sad.  I feel sorry for you, really, to carry so much hate based on lies you tell yourself.