Well stick, I have already given a reference for the chart. Not sure someone with an internet based education is going to provide a "science based answer" more like a "denier based answer".
That's the trouble with Democrats.......they always want someone else to bear the sacrifice for their grand ideas. It's the "do as I say, not as I do party."
the last two elections is a reflection of the failure of Obamacare. Gruber mentioned that Obama knew he was going to need lots of Dumb People to pass the legislation then said Obama was not disappointed. Expect more premium hikes next year while doctors are fleeing it. Just read an article on Part D for Medicxare. I pay $105 for the drug portion but new Medicare or people just retiring are going to be paying $154 a month and that comes directly out of you SS check. I had a knee replacement recently Medicare paid the dr. $1380 on the $30k surgery taking over an hour. Then I learned that Medicaid pays less then Medicare and Obamacare pays less then Medicaid. Good luck with it when you retire Oh one other issue NOT ALL PROCEDURES ARE EVEN ON THE LIST OF COVERED PROCEDURES. SO YOU HAVE TO PAY THAT PART. MANY OF THIS STUFF YOU DON'T REALIZE IT TIL YOUR THERE.
Not all Republicans, but certain ones in positions to do considerable harm, are a threat for sure.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Penny stock ? how much are they paying out to whore yourself. .91 dividend and holding up pretty well
To all you loyal israell supporters:
After listening to countless bloviating netanyahoo's attacks on the iran deal, after too many attacks by the israeli fifth columns here in the USA, after spending tens of millions of dollars trying to turn the citizens against the treaty, you lose big time. LOSE!
OBAMA HAS THE VOTES!
"...monumentally unqualified individual in the Oval Office shows how warped the party has become"
I'm ROFL that you are comfortable with your Dem, "monumentally unqualified individual in the Oval Office" and then offer an article that projects, as usual, your own self-delusions onto others. You really are a gift of irony for this board.
In that case it would appear that there have been times when the troposphere was hotter and time when the surface was hotter, how do you explain that stick?
200 8 we had a bunch in Edward Jones who recommended that we ride the bunch down to the bottom. We took al our money out the waited for the first bounce. It did go down from there but who needs that advice...they only look out for Their portion of Your Money
then a list of the companies Al Gore has been investing. By the way Al was worth $3M when he left office. Al has been investing in the same companies, he has mounted a $100M profit. I was thinking if you were part of this Liberal Cronie Capitalism could you get a list of companies Obama is buying. Picking and choosing the winners, not on merit.
No it's not. Techpath's comment reflects his ignorance of the physics that is used to construct climate models. Your comment reflects that you are a Fanaticism Of The Apocalypse" cultist who also is ignorant of the physics.
well one can certainly hope - facing up to 10 years per document and with dozens of documents might tend one to focus a bit more closely. In old movie terms thats known as " turning states " or ' dropping a dime ' ( re contacting the pol lice via pay phone on the corner. far away.
even so Hillary will skate- plea bargain and get assigned community service. ( thru the Clinton foundation no doubt !! )- but it would NOT prevent her from running for pres under the constitution. Besides which any case like that would be in courts for years.
Let me offer another perspective. Obama signs off on Shell drilling in the Arctic right before he takes a trip to the Arctic. Then he moves up plans to add ice breakers to US fleet from 2022 to 2020. India and China tell Obama to go suck an egg when he asks them to join in on the Obama climate change circus act and sign an Arctic climate treaty. In fact there is no country with a border on the Arctic Ocean that has agreed to any climate agreement. Given Obama's only real expertise in science is limited to the science of Bovine Scatology, it is doubtful this trip was ever truly about climate change in the Arctic. It was a nice cover story though especially as it was very appealing to the Prigressive "Fanaticism Of The Apocalypse"/"We're all gonna die" cult.
Think about it what real plan did Obama offer to stop Alaskan glacier melt that has been ongoing for 19,000 years? Is he going to tilt the Earth so the Sun doesn't shine on the North Pole? Is he going to geoengineering the Arctic to block the Sun? Did he/anyone think that his EPA .03C warming reduction by 2100 would impress the Chinese and Indian governments and motivate them to cease economic growth and remain living like it's still the 1800s? Seriously if anybody still thinks this trip was about preventing climate change in the Arctic, I have a bridge to nowhere I'm willing to sell for $1 Trillion.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz called it "the darkest 24 hours in our nation's history". Was he referring to:
• The outbreak of the Civil War.
• The assassination of Abraham Lincoln or John Kennedy or Martin Luther King.
• The 1929 Wall St crash.
• Pearl Harbour.
• The realisation that the immensely costly and destructive Iraq War was launched on the basis of a lie.
None of the above: according to Cruz, America's darkest day was when the Supreme Court decided not to overturn the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, and ruled that states cannot ban same-sex marriage. Thus the extension of health insurance, previously the preserve of the rich, and marriage, previously the preserve of the straight, is worse than war, depression, assassination and mass murder.
And what does fellow Republican presidential contender Mike Huckabee believe will "bring death to America":
• Bird flu.
• Climate change.
• North Korean nuclear missiles.
• Psychopathic gunmen wrapped in the Confederate flag.
Again, none of the above: Huckabee was referring to the just-announced nuclear deal with Iran. He wasn't alone. It appears all 17 Republican presidential hopefuls believe the treaty painstakingly negotiated by the US, Russia, China, Britain and France is not merely not worth the paper it's written on, it's positively catastrophic.
It will - Huckabee again - "wipe Israel off the map". It's worth pointing out that Israel, itself often accused of being a terrorist state, has a nuclear arsenal whereas Iran doesn't and, by virtue of this treaty, won't have for at least a decade.
So apart from bringing death to America and Israel, are there any other flaws? You bet: it will lead to widespread war in the Middle East.
Leaving aside the fact that war in the Middle East is the current and normal state of affairs, this assertion begs the question of how the critics would deal with Iran and its nuclear programme. Well, by making war in the Middle East even more widespread or, as the 2008 Republican presidential candidate John McCain put it, singing along to the tune of the Beach Boys' Barbara Ann, "Bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb Iran".
Fittingly, given that the Republicans are now essentially a party of religious fundamentalism, their candidates are partly taking their lead from Zionist Israel and Wahhabist Saudi Arabia who are terrified - hopefully with good reason - that the Iran deal foreshadows a seismic realignment which reduces their malign influence on US Middle East policy.
But their kneejerk denunciations also signal a frightening abandonment of diplomacy as a means of defusing tension, avoiding conflict and managing international affairs. The mindset seems to be that diplomacy should be reserved for friendly nations with whom you have interests in common. That they remain disposed towards armed intervention which has accelerated rather than suppressed Islamic militancy shouldn't come as a surprise since persisting with policies that achieve the exact opposite of what was intended is something of an American speciality.
The takeover of American conservatism by evangelical Christianity, Fox News and a handful of shadowy billionaires has transformed the Republicans into the party of wilful ignorance: doctrinal purity is more valued than intelligence; tolerance has been supplanted by persecutory moralising; paranoia has replaced realism.
This process may be reaching its logical conclusion with the emergence of property billionaire Donald Trump as the front-runner for the party's presidential nomination.
Trump personifies everything the rest of the world despises about America: casual racism, crass materialism, relentless self-aggrandisement, vulgarity on an epic scale. He is the Ugly American in excelsis.
You might expect a tycoon/buffoon cross to be a political player in some Latin American failed state or backward former Soviet republic, places with no democratic tradition or public institutions that have stood the test of time and no such thing as "the people" in the sense of an educated, civic-minded citizenry.
The fact that so many Republicans are comfortable with the thought of this monumentally unqualified individual in the Oval Office shows how warped the party has become. To borrow the rhetoric of their candidates, the party is now an existential threat to America's leadership of the global community.
But Democrats have shown the country, no matter how corrupt their party is or how many lies their leaders tell, they will support that corruption and ignore those lies......if their party will just promise to take more stuff from the people who earned it and give it to people who didn't.
That is like arguing over which came first, the chicken, or the egg, when all the birds are dying of bird flu.
Sentiment: Strong Buy