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Irresponsible Choices

PV Wrote: Sep 02, 2014 5:11 AM
I am having trouble determining if your comment is sarcasm. If not, you are clearly delusional. Clinton was involved with setting the world on fire. And she has no political accomplishments that anyone could honestly say were good. And her book tour and recent interviews were horrendous. You should get some new glasses (or put the one in your hand down) and maybe try again.
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The Attack of the Global Warming Islamist

PV Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 6:50 PM
Not only will the progs read the CRU emails, most people haven't heard about or read the software files that were also released at the same time. Everyone should read the HARRYREADME File. It is one of the developers talking about how embarrassingly shoddy the software coding is that is being utilized in these models. He talks about the typical "fudge factor" that all the models use which is whatever arbitrary value for aerosols is used to cool down and "tune" the model results to where they are needed. These charlatans are like slick used car salesmen who tell you how amazing their sleek shiny model sitting on the lot is. But Look under the hood and all you see is chicken wire and duct tape. No wonder they don't want you to look.
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Obama Halts Global Warming by Executive Order

PV Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 7:16 PM
And what a hoot! Al Gore was the one who pushed these "water saving" toilets upon us. I remember during the election campaign of 2000, Gore was doing a photo op in New England where he was going to canoe down the Merrimack River. Water was low that year so they planned a large release of water from a dam to avoid any chance of a photo showing Gore running aground on a rock or sand bar. So he probably just wasted more water than all his toilets save in a year. Unbelievable.
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Obama Halts Global Warming by Executive Order

PV Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 7:07 PM
CO2 has not gone "way off the graph." That simply is not true. The norm through geological history has been around 3000ppm, many times what we have now. The earth has been in an ice age for at least the past two million years. This cold period has drawn down much of the atmospheric CO2 concentrations and dissolved it in the oceans. When we have interglacial periods, like we're in now, the warming in the environment releases this CO2 back into the atmosphere and conditions are more favorable for growth. This is a natural principle called "Henry's Principle" and it determines the changes in equilibrium of relative CO2 based on temperature. Man's contribution to this is like spitting in the wind.
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Obama Halts Global Warming by Executive Order

PV Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 7:02 PM
Unfortunately, what the climate scientists are doing bears no resemblance to actual science. Climate science is an oxymoron and is really faith-based science. Real science came about precisely for the objective of moving beyond the arbitrary authority of philosophy and religion, and replacing it with clear, empirical evidence that others could validate and replicate. Nothing any of these charlatans do has any relationship with true science. If they had any actual science to underpin their unproven hypothesis, it wouldn't still be unproven.
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Prophets and Losses: Part II

PV Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 6:16 PM
Dr. Sowell is a rare commodity in today's America. We should treasure him while we can. I have never seen an article that so articulates so many economic principles in concise terms in such a short space. Genius!
Obama's net worth supposedly increased from $700K when he was elected to around $10 million today. He knows he did very little to bring that about and just assumes others who are wealthy came into their good fortune in similar fashion (without any meaningful effort on their own part). How did Obama and Reid (who also has a similar net worth) accumulate so much wealth without ever doing anything for it? (Rhetorical question:)
These morons, along with the Gary Johnson ridicultards, won't be happy until they ensure four more years of Obama. I used to like Ron Paul until the pathological brayings of his followers just completely turned me off and disgusted me. They are little different from the drones of the Left. I hope they don't screw this up. Johnson is polling around 10% in some states and that is enough to throw the results off. I'm not sure if he might draw votes away from Obama as well as Romney, but the fact that Johnson was ostensibly a Republican makes me think Romney will take the biggest hit.
I like Barone's writing, but this claim about Dims being "not only competent, but intellectually dazzling and oratorically thrilling" is pretty nonsensical and ridiculous. Think Al Gore, John Kerry, etc. These are about the dimmest bulbs you could find.
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The Invincible Lie: Part II

PV Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 5:56 PM
These are from data provided by the Brookings Institute, not exactly a right wing partisan. They are regarded as reliable by both Democrats and Republicans. The data show spending and revenues year by year as far back as you want to go.
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