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Posted: 11/12/2012 3:11:06 AM
The Perfect Quote!!

Some people have the vocabulary to sum up things in a way that you can quickly understand them. This quote came from the Czech Republic . Someone over there has it figured out. It was translated into English from an article in the Prague newspaper, Prager Zeitungon.

The danger to America is not Barack Obama, but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president. The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America . Blaming the prince of fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack Obama, who is, after all, merely a fool. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools, such as those who made him their President.

Need I say any more.....


Goodbye coal industry. I hope Obama has a plan to replace all the coal powered electricity plants that will go offline due to epa restrictions.
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Posted: 11/12/2012 8:31:16 AM
Sour grapes.

 
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Posted: 11/12/2012 10:15:45 AM

Since when does one man's opinion become another man's reality?


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Posted: 11/12/2012 11:38:57 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TheGoldenGoose:


Since when does one man's opinion become another man's reality?




Pretty sure this isn't one mans opinion.

Sums up how I feel quite nicely. Pretty sure that there are many that feel the same way.

The smart libs on this site have pretty much abandoned Obama.

Even you couldn't name 10 issues that he has unequivocally handled well.


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Posted: 11/12/2012 11:47:00 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Cool_Arrow:

Sour grapes.

 


I have clients that are both coal miners and work in the oil drilling industry in the Dakotas.

Sour grapes is not the best choice to describe how I feel about this chump who likely has no plan in place to take over the demand for power once the coal fired plants are forced to come offline.

My union plumber buddy that loves to argue with me about union bs, agrees with me wholeheartedly. He is pissed about the Canada pipeline because that would be 10,000 living wage jobs for 5 years.

Trust me when I say I pity the fools that voted for this job killing, Saudi Arabian King bowing, improper toast giving, taxpayer money burner. (Solyndra and others. 90 billion)
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Posted: 11/12/2012 12:00:32 PM
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I have clients that are both coal miners and work in the oil drilling industry in the Dakotas.

Sour grapes is not the best choice to describe how I feel about this chump who likely has no plan in place to take over the demand for power once the coal fired plants are forced to come offline.

My union plumber buddy that loves to argue with me about union bs, agrees with me wholeheartedly. He is pissed about the Canada pipeline because that would be 10,000 living wage jobs for 5 years.

Trust me when I say I pity the fools that voted for this job killing, Saudi Arabian King bowing, improper toast giving, taxpayer money burner. (Solyndra and others. 90 billion)

It is generally the tactic of those who lack intellect or proper debate articulation techniques to use a friend, neighbor, co-worker, or family member is an example to try and prove a point.

It is not effective and even less so, however, when there is not a point to be proven.

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Posted: 11/12/2012 12:10:04 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by djbrow:

It is generally the tactic of those who lack intellect or proper debate articulation techniques to use a friend, neighbor, co-worker, or family member is an example to try and prove a point.

It is not effective and even less so, however, when there is not a point to be proven.



Touche'

Also, generally, when you attempt to correct me about something you are either wrong, or you've failed to properly comprehend the text as I have typed it.

Do you really need me to explain the Oil situation in the Dakotas?

Do you really need me to show you proof that Owebama has declared war on the coal industry?

I know you're smarter than that and I will thus give you the credit you deserve for it rather than start petty diversion arguments.
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Posted: 11/12/2012 12:22:24 PM
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Touche'

Also, generally, when you attempt to correct me about something you are either wrong, or you've failed to properly comprehend the text as I have typed it.

Do you really need me to explain the Oil situation in the Dakotas?

Do you really need me to show you proof that Owebama has declared war on the coal industry?

I know you're smarter than that and I will thus give you the credit you deserve for it rather than start petty diversion arguments.

There is no oil situation. Just today, the analysts predicted that the US will be oil independent by 2030. My own personal thoughts are that it is just a matter of kicking the can down the road. We cannot rely upon a finite resource and Obama's energy policies are only marginally better than Romney's.

As for your ludicrous coal statement, you cannot even discuss the matter in any rational sense without first analyzing the Clean Air Act upon which current policy is currently predicated. Even Romney knew this when her supported a regional cap and trade program on the basis that a coal polluting plant that he admitted 'was killing people.'

Your simpleton news sources have told you for years that it is as simple as converting to coal. My suggestion for you is to avoid vacuum cleaning salespersons because feeble minds are the first ones they target.

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Posted: 11/12/2012 12:42:55 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by djbrow:

There is no oil situation. Just today, the analysts predicted that the US will be oil independent by 2030. My own personal thoughts are that it is just a matter of kicking the can down the road. We cannot rely upon a finite resource and Obama's energy policies are only marginally better than Romney's.

As for your ludicrous coal statement, you cannot even discuss the matter in any rational sense without first analyzing the Clean Air Act upon which current policy is currently predicated. Even Romney knew this when her supported a regional cap and trade program on the basis that a coal polluting plant that he admitted 'was killing people.'

Your simpleton news sources have told you for years that it is as simple as converting to coal. My suggestion for you is to avoid vacuum cleaning salespersons because feeble minds are the first ones they target.



Ok, so let us take your statement at face value. Romney would have opened up drilling on public land as well as more offshore sites.

Surely you couldn't argue that kicking the can down the road creates jobs and lowers the price of petroleum products now. What is your argument for not kicking the can down the road further from your 2030 date than closer to?

Perhaps you enjoy the $4/gallon gas that has its own python grip around our fragile economy.

Perhaps you should ignore your mentor, Ganine Garafalo, long enough to realize that we should only quit kicking the can down the road when we have a truly viable plan to replace it.

Realists like me have rightfully understood that the Earth has ways of scrubbing pollutants out of the atmosphere. Volcanoes have been spewing garbage into the atmosphere for thousands of years at a greater rate than humans have.

One question. You do realize that 2030 is 17+ years away do you not?


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Posted: 11/12/2012 12:51:40 PM
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Ok, so let us take your statement at face value. Romney would have opened up drilling on public land as well as more offshore sites.

Surely you couldn't argue that kicking the can down the road creates jobs and lowers the price of petroleum products now. What is your argument for not kicking the can down the road further from your 2030 date than closer to?

Perhaps you enjoy the $4/gallon gas that has its own python grip around our fragile economy.

Perhaps you should ignore your mentor, Ganine Garafalo, long enough to realize that we should only quit kicking the can down the road when we have a truly viable plan to replace it.

Realists like me have rightfully understood that the Earth has ways of scrubbing pollutants out of the atmosphere. Volcanoes have been spewing garbage into the atmosphere for thousands of years at a greater rate than humans have.

One question. You do realize that 2030 is 17+ years away do you not?


Do you understand the difference between a natural and unnatural pollutant? Do you understand why a volcano destroys but doesn't pollute?

It is also laughable to suggest that starting the drilling process tomorrow creates any further expedience than the 2030 projection.

Do you also understand why cheaper gas will do more harm than good? Do you understand the concept of perpetuation?

Do you know what the rest of the world, outside of Arab countries, pays for gas?

Do you know how the role of speculators is more problematic for oil costs than actual production? Do you know why that is?

Do you understand why even Republicans don't want to release the millions of barrels of oil we hold in reserve? Do you know why?

I have no idea who Ganine Garafolo is. I am presuming it is someone famous (whose name you have butchered) who discusses global warming.

This is not a global warming conversation.

 

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   global warming       ..“Global Climate Disruption”....,
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Posted: 11/12/2012 5:52:50 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by djbrow:

Do you understand the difference between a natural and unnatural pollutant? Do you understand why a volcano destroys but doesn't pollute?

It is also laughable to suggest that starting the drilling process tomorrow creates any further expedience than the 2030 projection.

Do you also understand why cheaper gas will do more harm than good? Do you understand the concept of perpetuation?

Do you know what the rest of the world, outside of Arab countries, pays for gas?

Do you know how the role of speculators is more problematic for oil costs than actual production? Do you know why that is?

Do you understand why even Republicans don't want to release the millions of barrels of oil we hold in reserve? Do you know why?

I have no idea who Ganine Garafolo is. I am presuming it is someone famous (whose name you have butchered) who discusses global warming.

This is not a global warming conversation.

 

Man discovered fire long ago. Man burned things with the fire he discovered years ago. Mans discovery of technology is not natural?

Aboriginal tribes burn things. Just because a vastly more dense population burns things does not in and of itself make it less natural.

Opening up the reserves is only and extremly temporary solution and thus not worth depleting.

Efforts by both Repubs and Liberals should be applauded to eliminate the effect of speculators on the price of oil. I trust a republican more than a Liberal to do this because the republican will not be anal with the resorces we have under our feet. My guy thinks, as I do that 2030 is not soon enough.

Interestingly enough this girl you have no Idea of but surely know that I butchered her name.

 

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