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post #1 of 26
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It shows by the desperate attempts by the right wing nuts on this board whose only resort is to ridicule anything to the left...after the Dems swept through the elections...again!!! Whats the matter? With no substance to the Republican party and the American people willing to try something else are ya'll afraid that Obama may lead in the right direction? Sakes alive!!! That can only be bad for America.

Funny.

And on top of that, the right side is determined to see if doing the same thing over and over can produce different results. See GOP leadership appointments. Some folks never get it. With the failed administration of Bush now infamous, one would think just maybe the GOP would try some self examination....NOT!!! Allright by me. Lets just hope they keep Sarah Palin in the mix. The gift that keeps on giving.

Gotta go now.I'm heading to a socialist muslim gay marriage!
post #2 of 26
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Just 34 percent of Americans in a Gallup Poll released Thursday say they have a favorable view of the party, down 40 percent from a month ago, before the election.

What’s worse: 61 percent of Americans have an unfavorable view of the Republican Party.

According to Gallup, that unfavorable rating is the highest the polling organization has recorded for the GOP since the measure was established in 1992.
post #3 of 26
All you liberals are just scumbags. Amoral scum with zero values.
post #4 of 26
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Just 34 percent of Americans in a Gallup Poll released Thursday say they have a favorable view of the party, down 40 percent from a month ago, before the election.

What’s worse: 61 percent of Americans have an unfavorable view of the Republican Party.

According to Gallup, that unfavorable rating is the highest the polling organization has recorded for the GOP since the measure was established in 1992.
Since 1992? Why that's quite a pool of years to draw from mr. scientist. We'd sure like to hire you for some global warming studies...
post #5 of 26
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According to Gallup, that unfavorable rating is the highest the polling organization has recorded for the GOP since the measure was established in 1992.
So I guess we don't know how low it was for the Dems with LBJ "I will not send our boys to Veit Nam" or Carter (Over 20% intrest rate)

We all have our good and bad days or years
post #6 of 26
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Since 1992? Why that's quite a pool of years to draw from mr. scientist. We'd sure like to hire you for some global warming studies...
now that we have an intelligent commander in chief, global warming will be addressed, while the far right stays in denial!
post #7 of 26
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All you liberals are just scumbags. Amoral scum with zero values.


So anybody that is not a bible thumping, gun toting homophobe is an amoral scum with no values?
post #8 of 26
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Originally Posted by head22 View Post
now that we have an intelligent commander in chief,
global warming will be addressed, while the far right
stays in denial!
http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/...Carbon.kr.html
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Global warming predictions are overestimated, suggests study on black carbon
By Krishna Ramanujan
A detailed analysis of black carbon -- the residue of
burned organic matter -- in computer climate models
suggests that those models may be overestimating
global warming predictions.
This week it is Cornell University debunking the Global Warming HOAX.
Last week, the Scientists at MIT Debunked it, too! They said there
was NO WAY IT IS MAN MADE!

http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/39973/113/
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MIT scientists baffled by global warming theory, contradicts scientific data
Trendwatch By Rick C. Hodgin
Thursday, October 30, 2008 09:55

Boston (MA) - Scientists at MIT have recorded a nearly
simultaneous world-wide increase in methane levels.
This is the first increase in ten years, and what baffles
science is that this data contradicts theories stating
man is the primary source of increase for this greenhouse
gas.
Project funding:
Rigby and Prinn carried out this study with help from researchers
at Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research
Organization (CSIRO), Georgia Institute of Technology,
University of Bristol and Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Methane gas measurements came from the Advanced Global
Atmospheric Gases Experiment (AGAGE), which is supported
by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
(NASA), and the Australian CSIRO network.


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Meanwhile.... Did you know the head of the IPCC
at the U.N. used to be an ENGINEER ON A CHOO-CHOO
TRAIN IN HIS NATIVE INDIA?
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THE EXPERTS ARE REAL EASY TO PICK OUT OF A CROWD,
THEY ARE SCIENTISTS.



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post #9 of 26
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So anybody that is not a bible thumping, gun toting homophobe is an amoral scum with no values?
Why do you care? You're a Pretend Canadian....


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post #10 of 26
Thread Starter 
This week it is Cornell University debunking the Global Warming HOAX.
Last week, the Scientists at MIT Debunked it, too! They said there
was NO WAY IT IS MAN MADE!


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Still in denial.

I used to live in Pennsylvania. In an area where there were a number of steel mills. Near the rivers where the mills were, all the trees along the hills and wildlife was pretty much non-existent. Now when I visit friends and family there, all those same areas are plush with the green of nature and wildlife is abundant. Why? Because all the mills closed down. No more pollution in the air and the rivers are clearing up.

ITS COMMON SENSE!!! JUST LIKE SMOKING OR DRINKING!! IF YOU DO IT LONG ENOUGH IT IS GOING TO AFFECT YOU!!!

The far right is only hurting its own cause by continually denying that global warming is a hoax. Americans, as well as the rest of the world, believe the evidence and want to help save the enviroment. Keep doing what you are doing far right, we need you guys out of the system anyway. Too extreme.
post #11 of 26
That's it? Common sense? Why do the Scientists at
most of the Major Universities in the world disagree
with your SUBJECTIVE analysis?

Cornell, MIT, the University of Ontario Institute of
Technology and the American Association for the
Advancement of Science, the International Climate
Science Coalition which includes but not limited to:


Professor William Alexander (South Africa)
Professor Scott Armstrong (United States)
Dr Tim Ball (Canada)
Dr David Bellamy (United Kingdom)
Andre Bijkerk (Netherlands)
Professor Bob Carter (Australia)
Hans Erren (Netherlands)
Dr Vincent Gray (New Zealand)
Dr Kesten Green (New Zealand)
Dr J. Herold (Germany)
Albert Jacobs (Canada)
Dr Madhav L Khandekar (Canada)
William Kinninmonth (Australia)
Professor R.W.J. (Rob) Kouffeld (Netherlands)
Hans Labohm (Netherlands)
Dr Jay Lehr (United States)
Professor Marcel Leroux (France)
Professor Fred Michel (Canada)
Dr Nils-Axel Mörner (Sweden)
Professor Peter Stilbs (Sweden)
Dr Gerrit van der Lingen (New Zealand)
PLUS hundreds of other Climate Scientists






With your so-called common sense YOU ALSO HAVE WHAT AGAIN?

The highly debunked Dr Hansen that has been on record
as accepting money from George Soros and that IPCC U.N.
putz that used to be an ENGINEER ON A CHOO-
CHOO TRAIN in India?







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post #12 of 26
Thread Starter 
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With your so-called common sense YOU ALSO HAVE WHAT AGAIN?

The highly debunked Dr Hansen that has been on record
as accepting money from George Soros and that IPCC U.N.
putz that used to be an ENGINEER ON A CHOO-
CHOO TRAIN in India?







.[/QUOTE]

You surely have a fixation on Geo Soros. You manage to slip him into every argument. Are you Sean Hannity?

As for your well respected list, there isn't enough room on this site to list all the experts opinions supporting global warming.
post #13 of 26
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You surely have a fixation on Geo Soros. You manage to slip
him into every argument. Are you Sean Hannity?

As for your well respected list, there isn't enough room on
this site to list all the experts opinions supporting global
warming.


Very few of them are actual scientists, especially the train ENGINEER
that is the head of this HOAX.



HOW TO TELL AGW IS A HOAX:

Assertions about Oil companies and Sean Hannity are thrown
in but NEVER is any of the evidence is ever discussed. Proponent
evidence for AGW is disassembled and debunked on a regular
basis especially DR. Hansen - University of Ontario Institute
of Technology proved Hansen had FRAUDLENTLY POSTED
FALSIFIED DATA AS RESEARCH.


Dr. Hansen never disputed it.


Can you say LIED?

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post #14 of 26
I noticed that too...Tech has some kind of obsession with George Soros. I think there's a history there if you ask me.
post #15 of 26
I don't think Obama will take this country to a better direction, however I don't believe that McCain would of done any better. He will however take us to a "different" direction, and for most of America who is angry with our current disgrace of a president, that is good enough.

To the Republicans who are mad at this situation, the only people you should blame are the people in the republican party that refused to put a stop to Bush and his bull$#1t. They could of stopped him, they didn't. Now the country went the exact opposite direction. The only REAL republican was boycotted by his own party during the presidential election. The GOP, Fox News, and a lot of other Neo-Conservative organizations did all they could to stop someone like Congressman Dr.Ron Paul from getting into power. They can't have someone that believes in constitutional rights, that would put an end to their plan. Fortunately for them, most of America is stupid and listens to what the TV tells them, so when the TV told people not to worry about Dr. Ron Paul since he wasn't a "viable candidate," the brainless mass media zombies of this nation did exactly as they were told (right before watching to see how many kids Angelina Jolie adopted and what Paris Hilton did this week.)

The republican party is nothing of its former self. They have no one to blame but themselves for the results of this election. They let him run free and urinate all over the bill of rights and make our country look bad, and as the old saying goes, "you reap what you sow." Not to say that I think the Dems will do any better, I just have a feeling that they will do worse in a different way.

I have no use for the Neo-Conservative Republicans OR the Bleeding Heart Liberal Democrats. Both want big government, and both parties work on destroying our constitutional rights. The far left Democrats want to get rid of the second amendment, the far right republicans want to get rid of the fourth amendment. Bit by bit of course, not all at once. I got this CRAAAAAAAZY idea:

How about American's keep ALL their constitutional rights? Gee, what an interesting concept.

I believe in limited government, personal choice, freedom, the principals that were laid forth by our founding fathers and THE CONSTITUTION. Therefore I am a Libertarian.


Speaking of the founding fathers, here are a few quotes from my favorite one. Funny how if you read what most of these guys had to say, it sounds pretty much like what the Libertarian party says to this day. Hmmm.....

When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty.

Thomas Jefferson

The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.

Thomas Jefferson

The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground.

Thomas Jefferson

The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions that I wish it to be always kept alive.

Thomas Jefferson

Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations; entangling alliances with none.
Thomas Jefferson
post #16 of 26
pretty sure he was kidding.. he can't be THAT stupid.. give him some credit
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So anybody that is not a bible thumping, gun toting homophobe is an amoral scum with no values?
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post #18 of 26
Hey tech, aren't you an engineer ? You should be able to read a graph no? Whether or not we are %100 to blame may be in question. By the charts I have read, it looks like we are peaking in terms of a natural CO2 cycle.. but also rapidly going beyond what is natural.

Only thing that will start the cooling is if the 'dust' levels rise. It is definitely important to reduce emissions.. not just for CO2. People are missing the point. We should take care of our environment either way .. for more reasons than warming.
post #19 of 26
More of them than you think.
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Originally Posted by Techunter View Post
Why do you care? You're a Pretend Canadian....


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post #20 of 26
As for the global warming thing, I don't know where I stand on that. I have read some of both sides of the argument, but not enough to establish a well educated opinion enough to debate any of you guys. I can't remember the name of the book or the author, but he was on the Colbert Report (I am a sucker for political satire ) and in Colbert's words about the book to the author went something like "I was unaware that you were allowed to write a non politically biased book about global warming." I found that to be quite funny. I gotta look the name of that book up and see more reviews about it, and if it is as unbiased as the author claims I will have to give it a read.

Quite frankly though, at the rate society is going, I wouldn't be surprised if we as a society last long enough for that to matter.
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