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One-on-One with Marco Rubio

LonesomePolecat Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:36 AM
You do not have to go back that far. Minor vs Happersett, Supreme Court, 1875. Plato and Aristotle are nice, but .... no need.
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One-on-One with Marco Rubio

LonesomePolecat Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:35 AM
Not so sure about the "abroad" portion. That is not yet clear. Minor vs Happersett was a narrow decision, that did not extend its ruling to other than both parents in the country. You may recall the stink -- the hearings in the Senate -- about McCain having been born in Panama, not being eligible. It is possible that he is not. The Senate only passed a resolution "accepting" that he was. I have not found definitive language yet to clear that up. Even the august body of the Senate fubble-worded it.
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One-on-One with Marco Rubio

LonesomePolecat Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:29 AM
Article 2 Section 1 of the Constitution. Minor vs Happersett, Supreme Court, 1875. Not eligible for pres or VP. Simple facts.
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One-on-One with Marco Rubio

LonesomePolecat Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:28 AM
Article 2 Section 1 Constitution, Minor vs Happersett, Supreme Court, 1875. Look it up. MvH has been referenced in at least 25 subsequent Supreme Court rulings. This is not legal rocket science. Plain simple English. Everybody should be screaming: "Minor vs Happersett". It has the possibility of becoming Obama's exit ticket, and prosecution for fraud.
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One-on-One with Marco Rubio

LonesomePolecat Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:23 AM
You only spread you own ignorance when from a lower level you call people higher up on the food chain "dumbo". Maybe you are holding too much water. All you derogatory belligerence should have you soaked by now with your own blowback. You know, you should not P___ in the wind. I do not see you advancing, much at all. Sorry. Maybe another life.
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One-on-One with Marco Rubio

LonesomePolecat Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:14 AM
Wow there boy. NBC required for Pres and VP. Article 2 Section 1 (A2S1). Ignoramus should not throw stones but should read Supreme Court : Minor vs Happersett. No stones there, just definition.
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One-on-One with Marco Rubio

LonesomePolecat Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:09 AM
Rubio is not eligible to run for VP. He is not a NBC - natural born citizen. Same as Bobby Jindal and Obama. Article 2, Section 1 (A2S1) Constitution, and Supreme Court : Minor vs Happersett 1875. Plain and simple. Yet all these "brilliant " Nobel winning journalists can not figure that out. But they are no worse than the lying cheating cover-up courts that are stone-walling the very issue. Educate yourself. I am willing to bet a sow that both Rubio and Jindal both know this. Thus no comment. That in itself leads me to question, at least Rubio at this point. His ego will not shut the door on the illegal possibility that he may run for VP.
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Making the Entire Chain Strong

LonesomePolecat Wrote: May 27, 2012 12:15 PM
So the STEM approach (science, technology, engineering, math) is a bit too myopic. Every state better have an eye on self-sufficient survivability. We have our share of "prepers" out here and they too are a useful resource. We have enough grain the feed the whole nation. WTSHTF, it will most likely stay in Montana. Same with potatoes. And Mint for mint juleps. See ya in Montana, if you can make it. You may need a fast horse.
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Making the Entire Chain Strong

LonesomePolecat Wrote: May 27, 2012 12:10 PM
Charles: Mostly you and I dance to the same tune. But it would seem that you have made no allowances for when and (not-so-) if TSHTF (think it out, I'll wait). Or when the music stops. I'm a semi-retired engineer, out in Montana (insert salacious jokes about hill-billies here, and No!, the Uni-bomber was from PA, hiding out here and we caught him, as we have many of the immigrant nuts from other states), where education and old-time occupations are still respected. If you can't plug your Prius in, and you need a horse, you will need a farrier (a horse shoe-er). Montana is school-poor (over abundant) supported by a killer RE tax. Yet the old world skill set is still respected. So the STEM approach (science, technology, engineering,
Think for a minute: If you lie, cheat, steal, with impunity, why would you not murder? And that is cheaper and more final than $150K. It usually has more impact on the next deal. Regards from the Axelrod mafia.
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The Assault on Food

LonesomePolecat Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 12:44 PM
Careful there .... with the sea salt. I do not think that they have found a way to get the whale sh*t out of it! Or porpoise .... octopus .... seal ... turtle ...
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