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March 15, 2014

This past week’s discovery of what could be the largest illegal dumping of radioactive oil filter socks in an abandoned building in Noonan should result in criminal prosecution, fines and jail time......

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locomotive

Mar-21-14 4:37 PM

Indubitably.

Have a great weekend, Jack

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JackAaah

Mar-21-14 12:00 PM

....and usually I do know jack.

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locomotive

Mar-21-14 11:39 AM

That's a fact, Jack.

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JackAaah

Mar-21-14 11:05 AM

I've take Intro to Perspective 101 many times and I just cannot get the feel of it....

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locomotive

Mar-21-14 10:04 AM

I'm sorry to ask, but what is "intro perspective criticism?"

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locomotive

Mar-21-14 10:02 AM

Now why couldn't billgrr & justaman accuse me of being angeR69?

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JustaMan

Mar-21-14 7:45 AM

angeR69 Mar-21-14 1:13 AM

"As for you, Justaman, I'm not so sure you're not me."

Too funny angeR69!

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angeR69

Mar-21-14 1:13 AM

As for you, Justaman, I'm not so sure you're not me. Be forewarned: I'll be watching us.

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angeR69

Mar-21-14 1:11 AM

Or maybe Landslide is an all-too-convenient foil conjured up by none other than BillGarr himself, just to make things interesting. I find it a little bit suspicious that they both end their monikers in even-numbered years. And isn't it interesting that Landslide faithfully lives up to all those cliched right-wing stereotypes on which Garr likes to fixate.

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JustaMan

Mar-20-14 8:10 AM

BillGarr2016 Mar-19-14 11:57 PM

"I couldn't agree more! All she does is provide cover for that numb skull"

It's interesting that the use of @#*@ were used and when engaged responded with the same prose & manner.

I conclude locomotive is the rational responding side( Personally, I don't like being FORCED to buy a product that I might not have chosen) while this landslide2014 is agenda driven.

It also explains the reluctance for intro perspective criticism.

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BillGarr2016

Mar-19-14 11:57 PM

JustaMan

Mar-19-14 3:01 PM Agree | Disagree

locomotive Mar-19-14 10:46 AM

You really are landslide2014.....Aren't you?

I couldn't agree more! All she does is provide cover for that numb skull. Why is she so invested in his malarkey? She IS he!

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locomotive

Mar-19-14 5:05 PM

Let's see, what is that one poster's name?

HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAAHAHAHAAHA

Yes, that sufficed nicely.

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JustaMan

Mar-19-14 3:01 PM

locomotive Mar-19-14 10:46 AM

You really are landslide2014.....Aren't you?

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locomotive

Mar-19-14 10:46 AM

"If it is so wonderful, implement the %$^@&* law already".

"Sounds personal locomotive. Do you have a personal experience you'ld like to share?"

Personally, I don't like being FORCED to buy a product that I might not have chosen. For example, I wonder how many elderly people desire maternity coverage.

With the national Democrats' recent lackluster performance as informed, diligent, caring legislators, whatever will they run on? Their record?

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locomotive

Mar-19-14 10:42 AM

JustaMan Mar-18-14 4:52 PM

When Pres. Obama has made everything political, even to the point of stating to Congress that he WILL go over their heads with his phone and pen, why in the wide world would any Republican aid in "fixing" Obamacare?

Justaman, the president has unilaterally altered the provisions of the ACA legislation that was passed by Congress and upheld by SCOTUS. Why would anyone bother to "help" to "fix" what the president has been diddling with for some time now? Does the law now resemble much of what was originally crafted?

Obamacare and its implementation has become purely and entirely political. Period. Don't touch it, Republicans.

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locomotive

Mar-19-14 10:36 AM

Justaman, your post about the CNN poll was helping to illustrate MY point about manipulation of poll data, which you started with your "today we have a 47/41% opinion of National Healthcare."

I've always said that polls don't mean anything. Rather, I've said it like this...

polls schmolls

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JustaMan

Mar-18-14 6:20 PM

locomotive Mar-17-14 11:27 PM

"Obamacare is hugely flawed and egregiously feckless in its implementation, both by its website and in the president's unilateral delays. If it is so wonderful, implement the %$^@&* law already".

"If it is so wonderful, implement the %$^@&* law already".

Sounds personal locomotive. Do you have a personal experience you'ld like to share?

I understand the lady with leukemia featured from super-pac AFP was not truthful and the latest stats from ACA show 5 million enrolled.

Public forums are revealing Obamacare as a non-issue with many,many voters so if it's a "%$^@&* law" why the voter apathy?

Let's say Obamacare actually becomes a non-issue for voting in Nov. 2014. What else can the Republican Party run on?

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JustaMan

Mar-18-14 4:52 PM

locomotive Mar-17-14 11:15 PM

"No Republican should touch this bad egg called ACA or help to fix it in any way."

I think that the fact no Republican has tried to help or fix the ACA is why the GOP will not gain any ground in 2014 and certainly will not win the White House in 2016.

In fact, if I were developing a slogan it would have to be;

In America we fix things and become stronger as a result. Steer clear of those who say it can't be done!

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JustaMan

Mar-18-14 8:25 AM

locomotive

"Today’s CNN poll finds that 39 percent of Americans favor Obamacare, while 57 percent oppose it. That’s awful, right? But it turns out only 39 percent oppose the law because it’s “too liberal,” while 12 percent say it “isn’t liberal enough.” That’s a total of 51 percent who favor the law or don’t think it goes far enough.

* Among moderates, only 38 percent say it’s too liberal, while 43 percent favor it and another 9 percent say it’s not liberal enough — a total of 52 percent. Breakdown: 38 say it’s too liberal; 52 percent favor it or say it’s not liberal enough.

* Among independents, only 43 percent say it’s too liberal, while 30 percent favor it and another 14 percent say it’s not liberal enough — a total of 44 percent. Breakdown: 43-44.

67 percent of Republicans, and 60 percent of conservatives, say the law is too liberal."

I know we're off track on dirty socks but I had to show how polls can/are manipulated for results.

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wally1

Mar-18-14 4:30 AM

wow did this get off track. I thought the comments were to be of the waste dumping now its gone political on Obama care democrats,repulicans right, left wing all wings,liberals,conservitives,passionist,tea party pee parties you name it get on the right track.

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locomotive

Mar-17-14 11:27 PM

"According to the (CNN March 11th) poll, 39% of Americans say they support the health care law, up from 35% in December, a record low in CNN polling. The uptick of four percentage points is within the survey's sampling error. Fifty-seven percent (57%) of those questioned say they oppose the measure, down five points (62%) from December."

Let's boil this down to brass tacks...

As of March 11, 2014, 57% of those polled by CNN oppose Obamacare

As of March 11, 2014, 39% of those polled by CNN favor Obamacare

realclearpolitics poll as of March 9, 2014

53.7% oppose Obamacare

38.5% favor Obamacare

Obamacare is hugely flawed and egregiously feckless in its implementation, both by its website and in the president's unilateral delays. If it is so wonderful, implement the %$^@&* law already.

And don't forget rule #1 in political hardball: no whining from the party who gets the backlash for this thing.

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locomotive

Mar-17-14 11:15 PM

When everyone was mandated to buy insurance, and the SCOTUS confirmed it as a tax after Pres. Obama said it wasn't a tax, the flawed and feckless ACA is fair game for dissection.

The Democrats wanted no proposals that the Republicans were offering before ACA was passed by the Democrats, so this baby's all theirs. Throwing the baby out with the bathwater sounds appealing, but I digress.

No Republican should touch this bad egg called ACA or help to fix it in any way.

Own it, Democrats, and stop blaming Republicans for not bailing you out on your law. Hardball it is...

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JustaMan

Mar-17-14 8:46 AM

landslide2014 Mar-17-14 7:42 AM

"Now tell me how people are going to "like" the Democrats for FORCING them to spend their money?"

This question of yours landslide2014 makes me wonder what it actually costs all of us to live in this country? Do roads,bridges,water,heat,telephone, housing and food have any taxes? What cost burdens do we have for all this freedom? Military,police & fire protection.....Who pays for that & how?

When someone needs medical attention & has no insurance does someone pay for that & how?

Who & how does this country afford to make all these things available to those who ask for it?

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JustaMan

Mar-17-14 8:16 AM

landslide2014 Mar-17-14 7:37 AM

"Justaman Things might have gone along fine for the Democrats had they not pushed Obamacare."

You never answered the second half of why should American's vote for the achievements produced by TP or GOP landslide2014.

Here's a C/P from 1942; In addition, wartime public opinion polls had indicated broad public support for Government health insurance. A 1942 poll by Fortune magazine had found no fewer than 74 percent of the respondents in favor, and in the following year a nationwide Gallup poll recorded 59 percent in favor.

Today we have a 47/41% opinion of National Healthcare. There is no deep divide on this issue, but it is certainly going to be used as political capital.

Broken promises are inexcusable and should help some people make up their minds. On the other hand, I will be looking at who exactly was working for all American's to improve the system that was broken and didn't hide inside the party vote.

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wally1

Mar-16-14 10:30 PM

fine them BIG time. not just a few thousand, several hundred. Better yet get them all out of the State. Most in the state are not benefiting from this oil. Everything has increased (cost of living)

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