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Obama fails History 101

Henry VIII Wrote: Aug 28, 2014 9:40 AM
Nothing, but I do expect the majority of the American people to get hip to the community agitator's incompetence and ideology, which has put this country in a perilous state of affairs, and not make that mistake again...or will lose everything...
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Obama fails History 101

Henry VIII Wrote: Aug 28, 2014 9:29 AM
We can add to Obama's ignorance of history, that he doesn't understand people very well. Yes, he understands the psychology of community agitating, but he was agitating people who ain't rocket scientists, and they don't understand the evil underbelly of command and control. The people of Iran rebelled because they abhor central planning...Iranian style or any other, thinking people want liberty.
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Obama fails History 101

Henry VIII Wrote: Aug 28, 2014 9:16 AM
"President Obama doesn't know much about history." That explains why Obama thought there were 58 states....that wasn't a fatigue induced campaign error, no first grader would have made that mistake...
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Obama fails History 101

Henry VIII Wrote: Aug 28, 2014 9:11 AM
In Obama's world, the ends don't have to justify the means....
It looks straight forward, and it's easy to criticize from the outside, but Mr Lynch may have to take it down a peg on the inside. What happened to Cantor was likely part Cantor's fault and the very conservative demographics of his district...that won't happen everywhere. Moreover, talk is cheap...and we've had plenty of that for the last 8 yrs, I want to see the road map of his plans....
Let's get it straight that it's unlikely that Romney will chance a third presidential run, but let's put it in perspective. On one hand, we had a candidate who had presidential skills, but couldn't sell himself...maybe he had bad campaign advice. On the other hand, we had a president who was adept at selling himself, but still has no presidential skills....hopefully, the electorate will have had enough community agitating..
No, I am talking 15,000 yrs, not millions. But, you right about the immediate future, we know nothing.
Further, there is ZERO science that can predict how climate will have changed decades in the future. Even if you accept a warming trend over the last century, it is a total fallacy to project such a trend into the future. That's not entirely true, Ress. We do know that eventually the continents will amass into another super continent: Pangaea Ultra. When that happens the warm ocean currents will be blocked triggering another ice age... that's what produced Rhodenia and the original Pangaea
The earth doesn't have a designated temperature, that's because it's always changing...
Michael_Hillinger (QR) Wrote:15 mins ago (5:01 PM) "The US has cut its emissions more than any other country in the world already." We still have the highest per capita emissions of any of the major industrial countries. We also "own" a large par of the CO2 that is currently in the atmosphere--it takes decades to reduce atmospheric CO2. No, we don't, China has the highest emissions, but it doesn't matter. When the oceans turn olive green, then I will worry. CO2 was the gas that helped produce our water world, and without it, we would be Mars. What controls the climate are the movement of the continents, ocean currents, volcanoes, and the sun. Because the tectonic plates are moving, we have 15,000 yrs before the onset of another ice age....ain't nothing we can do about it...
You mean wait like the DimWits wrote Obamacare, behind closed doors and then rammed it through on a Party line vote?
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