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The concept that Senator Pryor seems unable to grasp is that, if you accumulate enough anecdotal evidence that points in one direction it becomes a trend and a basis for statistical fact gathering. The "anecdotes" of people being negatively impacted by Zero Care far outweigh the reports of people who have been positively influenced. This with the defenders making every effort to bring these positive outcomes to the publics attention. Senator Pryor, get ready to become the prior senator.
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Impeach Eric Holder Now

Public Citizen Wrote: Jul 21, 2014 7:41 PM
"When you're a hammer - everything looks like a nail". The corollary is that "When You're a Racist the Whole World Looks Racist to You". Holder and those of the same class of incompetence relying on skin color for advancement have played the "race card'" to the point where the deck is worn out. We are increasingly seeing the results of race politics in failing public institutions such as the City of Detroit and similarly situated metropolitan areas. Holder is a looser who is desperate enough to take down anyone he can lay hands on. Unfortunately there have been many willing sycophants, such as Lois Lerner, who are being brought to ruin by the debacle of a failed Attorney General who has diligently served a failing POTUS.
The first mistake, IMHO, that most people are making is using the term "science" when refering to the cult-hysteric theories of Anthropomorphic Global Warming. None of the computer models has ever been even close to actual outcome in the real world. When run backwards, the models can't come close to "predicting" weather that has already occured. Now it is revealed that the 'dust modeling' of North Africa, a major factor in weather for a lot of the world, is based on , to be charitable, "flawed assumptions". How many times have the global warming cloud used that excuse for their hysterical pronouncements not comming true? How many more times will that excuse be used in the future for not "getting it right"? My prediction: the excuses will continue to be used until a model is produced that actually simulates real world weather. At that point the hysterics will reject the model that works and label it '"junk science" so they don't have to confront the reality of a failed belief that has all the outward appearances of religious fervor. As to the "Polar Bear Canibalism", more and more people are seeing Polar Bears in their natural habitiat, partially because of eco-tourism, so there are going to be more incidences ~reported~ of normal activity that has not been reported in the past because it occured out of sight of human witnesses. This is the same principle as the false belief of increasing lawlessness based on what is reported in the local news instead of what is reproted in the FBI National Crime Statistics.
The pie chart, whil informative only shows the "Debt" that is direct borrowing. What it doesn't show is the "debt" owed by the federal government that is obligtions of the government made through promises to pay at some future date for something done today. Chief among these obligations are Military Pensions, Civil Service Pensions, and the Social Security "Benefit". None of these obligations are shown on the chart. There are pie sections for the agencies responsible for these obligations and the average viewer will make the assumption that the indicated debt is all that that agency is responsible for. A more accurate view of the chart is to view the donut hole in the middle as all of these unstated obligations. If the information were displayed that way the proportions would have the $17 trillion look more like the tire on an automobile wheel, with the wheel representing the unstated obligations. Side noteL Is it merely co-incidental that the national debt is aproximately equal to the agregate of payments made for welfare and similar programs since WWII?
Yeah, well Walt disney started it all with that diorama thingie at Disneyland. Poor dinosaurs, chained to one spot in that smokey tunned and forced to perform all day and half the night. Right next to that spewing volcano too! And what about the ones that were killed by not giving them water? I've seen the skeletons next to the dried up pond.
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Quit Playing Politics with Kids

Public Citizen Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 12:44 PM
George Soros should be at the top of the Public Enemies List. He needs to be tried - in absentia - for crimes against the United States of America and upon conviction an International Warrant issued for his arrest and immediate surrendering into the custody of United States Marshals for transportation to his place of incarceration. I think that Half Moon Bay would be appropriate [where the most violent and psychotic killers are imprisoned].
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Quit Playing Politics with Kids

Public Citizen Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 12:40 PM
Marthas Vineyard would be an appropriate destination with arrivals beginning next week and scheduled at regular intervals for the next month.
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Quit Playing Politics with Kids

Public Citizen Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 12:36 PM
They aren't talking about the Islamists, or the violent gang members [MS 13 the most violent drug gang in Central America has been identified, among others] being infiltrated into this country under cover of a disease infested army of "children". Some of these "children" are obviously in their mid 20s but are giving ages of 14 to 16 when questioned. We need to be providing them with A, one, singular, meal while they are being transported back to the border and DUMPED in Mexico. Why? Because Mexico is actively enabling the problem at the US Border by not turning back this wave of invaders at their southern border. This isn't the actions of a good neighbor but in fact the sort of thing that one sees only from a person/country that wishes you problems and ill will. The only benefit Mexico should be seing is contracts to build a border fence on the Mexican side of the line. A fence built with Mexican labor under supervision of US building inspectors would be a lot cheaper to build and more politically palatable than the exact same fence built on the American side of the line.
Bing is a Micro$oft product. Which is only slightly less heinous than Google when it comes to forceing liberal policy on its customers. Check out Duck Duck Go and Ixquick, both reliable search engines without the sinister agenda and bagage that are corporate policy for both the G and the B.
A Plus One for that. I've been doing the same for a number of years. Google has way too much influence over sheeples lives and they are starting to use that influence in ways that can only be described as heinous, which is on the road to doing evil. The corporate honchos at Google need to have a serious introspective look at what they are espousing as corporate policy given the Google Mantra of "do no harm". This is a "perfect storm" demonstration of the hypocracy that is part and parcel of the mental illness that is liberalism.
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