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btdt100 44 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 8, 2014 8:50 AM Member since: Nov 30, 2005
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  • btdt100 btdt100 Aug 8, 2014 8:50 AM Flag

    Oh vermit just keeps on keeping on. Missed you.

  • btdt100 btdt100 May 29, 2014 9:16 AM Flag

    Oh hogwash vermit. Republicans did not tell them were to spend their budget. If they didn't have enough, then they shouldn't have had the staff there. They could of and should have done what Britain did and closed their embassy and removed everyone out of the area. You know, like we are finally doing right now.

  • btdt100 btdt100 May 21, 2014 10:07 AM Flag

    No, I am btdt100.

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 3, 2014 11:31 PM Flag

    The Sun does not have enough mass to explode as a supernova...... Instead it will exit the main sequence in approximately 5.4 billion years and start to turn into a red giant. .... This concludes today's lesson on Stellar Dynamics for the Stupid."

    That's it carson!!! You idiotic democraps are going to have to pay my medical bills as I rush to the hospital to be cared for a ruptured spleen from having laughed to hard at such sublime idiocy!!!

    Oh don't we all LOVE Obamacare?!!!!

  • Reply to

    Sweet Cheeks

    by faggy_christophe Feb 3, 2014 10:37 PM
    btdt100 btdt100 Feb 3, 2014 11:08 PM Flag

    "Faggy are you still dreaming about Impeachment?"

    Impeachment? Are you kidding? Obama is the best poster boy for the GOP that they could ever dream of.

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 3, 2014 11:06 PM Flag

    Hint: Stockman was elected (via runoff) to his current US Rep seat about a year ago...yet now he's trying to unseat US Sen Cornyn (R-Texas) because apparently Cornyn isn't teabaggy enough for Stockman, which itself is an amusing concept.
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    Gee Carson, how impressive you are now defending Cornyn is a bigger blowhard lying POS than Bush was. You democraps dumbfound me every day.

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 3, 2014 11:01 PM Flag

    "Rodentess. the age of the Earth is irrelevant."

    OMG vermit. Do you really mean to state that? If so, tell us again tomorrow when you are sober.

    "Over the span of Earth's life, temperatures have been colder and they have they have been much warmer"
    "Again irrelevant."

    Sorry drunk vermit idiot with a phony degree from MIT. A 60 year trend is most certainly irrelevant when attempting to prove that CO2 emissions by man have warmed the climate in an abnormal pattern to historical patterns of earth warming when such CO2 emissions did not exist.

    "Three, NOTHING says that the Sun cannot go into major overdrive, burn up as a star, and leave us all FREEZING to death. "

    "Rodentess seems to think that Nature is not governed by actual laws, and that the Sun gets tio make decisions on its fate,"

    Idiot vermit seems to think that HE knows the laws of nature;.

    Hey pilo, we have a guy here with a God complex. I bet you could fix him!! But MY SPLEEN IS GOING TO BURST AND NONE OF YOU CAN GIVE ME MEDICAL HELP FOR THAT!!

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 3, 2014 10:49 PM Flag

    "From rodentess, who did not know what the circumference would be if the diameter was 100."

    Wow vermit. So loon solved the basic math problem you could not solve? But how do you know she provided you the correct answer since you have so struggled to get someone to solve the problem for you?

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 3, 2014 10:23 PM Flag

    m, science says exactly that, duncess.

    First of all, the sun has enough fuel to keep burning for millions and millions of years. Science KNOWS that.

    Secondly, when the sun does burn up, it won't "leave us freezing," idiotess.

    It will become a red giant, expand so large that it reaches the earth and actually vaporizes the earth. There will be nothing left to "freeze" but cold space itself.

    So yes, science says that it is YOU who is the dumb redddnexxxx here

    =========================

    yes retardo, 500 years from now, humans will applaud you for your knowledge of science, but they will bemoan predessecors such as yourself who knew IT ALL and left them nothing to figure out.

    You have given me another spleen attack. We cannot keep meeting like this when I am being forced into Obamacare at my age.

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 3, 2014 9:07 PM Flag

    Google NASA Shows 60 Years Of Climate Change In 15 Seconds

    For the link

    Poor right wing empty headed climate change deniers.....
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    Loon, the one who needs prayers is you for your pathetic education in science and for your susceptibility to false idols who distort truth to their advantage.

    The Earth is over 4 billion years old, closer to 5 than 4. Needless to say to anyone who has beyond a minimal amount of grey matter in their brain, 60 years is hardly a relevant measure of abnormal temperatures. It takes a bit more grey matter than that to grasp that the relevance of "average" temperature" has yet to be established. There is absolutely no law of science that says temperatures are suppose to remain constant, as measured by the system you reference as average. Within our current knowledge of the total life of the Earth, we are not experiencing anything beyond what the Earth has experienced previously and even if we were, that would not prove global warming as caused by man.

    What is KNOWN IN SCIENCE, is that in the life of the Earth, climate changes and solar activity in a major influence over such. Over the span of Earth's life, temperatures have been colder and they have they have been much warmer. There are but a few things that seem indisputable at this point.

    One is that carbon is necessary to LIFE.

    Two is that climate changes. NOTHING says that the planet is to maintain an average.

    Three, NOTHING says that the Sun cannot go into major overdrive, burn up as a star, and leave us all FREEZING to death.

    What is pathetic is morons such as yourself who not only know NOTHING about science, but haven't a clue to how STUPID you really are.

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 3, 2014 4:24 PM Flag

    IBD: Waxman Retirement A Sign Of The Times For Troubled Dems

    f you really want to know about Henry Waxman, look no further than ObamaCare. It was his baby. Its 10,000-plus pages and $1 trillion in taxes have left millions of Americans without insurance, raised premiums, shaken the insurance industry to its foundations, disrupted U.S. business and angered physicians.

    "I'm proud of the Affordable Care Act," he has said. "I think it's a terrific piece of legislation." He may be the only person in America who feels that way.

    Word of Waxman's retirement came just a day after fellow leftist George Miller — who was also first elected in 1974 and served a Methuselah-like 20 terms in the House — called it quits. The growing number of prominent Democratic retirees prompted Nancy Pelosi on Friday to deny that she, too, would join them.

    Still, it's clear that Democrats see the writing on the wall. "It's been frustrating," Waxman explained, "because of the extremism of Tea Party Republicans." Translation: Americans have caught on to the Democrats' incompetence and are going to elect Republicans in November — including Tea Party types.

    With unchallenged power for two years after Obama was elected, Democrats wrecked the economy, crippled the banking system, destroyed millions of high-paying jobs and nationalized the health care system against the people's will. Now the bill is coming due.

    Eleven Democrats are reportedly retiring or seriously thinking about it. Thanks mainly to those "extreme" Tea Partyers, that number is likely to rise. The GOP would do well to remember that.

    Read More At Investor's Business Daily

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 3, 2014 4:15 PM Flag

    National Journal: Senate Democrats have a big problem. Historically, Senate candidates struggle where their party's president is the least popular. And, as Gallup's 2013 state approval-rating averages show, President Obama is very, very unpopular in the states Democrats have to defend in the 2014 elections.

    One look at Obama's state-by-state approval rating averages ought to send a shiver through the ranks of Senate Democrats.

    Republicans need to capture six seats to win control of the Senate, and Democrats have to defend five deep-red states—Arkansas, Alaska, Montana, South Dakota, and West Virginia—where Obama's approval rating was at or below 35 percent in 2013, according to Gallup's 2013 polling averages. The president was also far underwater in another two Democratic-held states he lost in 2012, Louisiana (40 percent) and North Carolina (43 percent), as well as purple-tinged Colorado and Iowa (42 percent), which Obama won.

    Overall, Gallup calculated Obama's average approval in 2013 at 46 percent. Oregon, New Hampshire, and New Mexico (45 percent) also just fell below that line. In two red states where Democrats hope to gain seats this year, Georgia and Kentucky, the president's job approval stood at 45 percent and 35 percent, respectively, in 2013.


    In the past 10 years, just nine senators of the president's party have won elections in states where presidential approval slips below the national average, according to a review of exit polls and election results since 2004.

    Not a single Republican victory is assured in 2014, and Democrats have solid candidates defending most of their seats. But recent history underscores how difficult it will be to defend so many Senate seats that lean so strongly against the leader of their party.

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 1, 2014 12:02 PM Flag

    Moron, just about everything has gotten more expensive since 2008, aside from consumer electronics.

    Wages and prices tend to rise every year by1 - 3%. It's called "inflation."
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    rotard forgets arguing there was no inflation as a result of fiscal policy and the fed printing money.

  • btdt100 btdt100 Feb 1, 2014 10:48 AM Flag

    "Yes, it would have been wonderful for the J's if Hitler took over Russia and France."

    There you go again vermit expressing that the 6 million J's (which is a ridiculous number anyway) had far greater value as humans than the 60 million humans who died in WWII.

  • Reply to

    Fat Boy singin' the blues

    by al.gore26 Jan 31, 2014 3:37 PM
    btdt100 btdt100 Feb 1, 2014 10:42 AM Flag

    Rodentess, the bridge was intentional. Benghazi was something just gone bad. And the IRS "scandal" was fiction--the Tea Party groups were taking tax deductions allowed only for groups that were non-political. The Tea Partiers were committing fraud, and the IRS was actually remiss in not taking action.
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    Well thanks for your 2 cents vermit. So Lois Lerner took the 5th and refused to testify in fear she would incriminate herself in a crime that in fact, the Tea Party groups were committing. That makes as much sense as you typically do.

    So to correct your version of the facts, none of the 3 situations have been properly and thoroughly investigated. Democraps have obstructed investigations of Benghazi and the IRS which is outrageous considering Lerner's taking the 5th in testimony before Congress, and the testimonies that have been made regarding Benghazi which at this point, show that Shilliary and her Kennedy appointee were grossly incompetent and negligent, and Obama and his staff blatantly intentionally lied to the American public so to win his upcoming election. Those are the only conclusions to be logically drawn from what is known at this point and remain so until OBJECTIVE investigations are done by non-partisan professionals as is currently being done to Christie. Christie has acknowledged that the bridge incident was intentional so no argument there. At this point, the only other you have is he said/she said which at this point is more to Christie's favor than not. It is the state of the true idiot to believe what he wants to believe as opposed to finding the facts and the truth to the best of human ability.

  • Reply to

    Vindicaton . Harvard prof agrees with me .

    by charlie_ponzi_1952 Jan 31, 2014 11:41 AM
    btdt100 btdt100 Feb 1, 2014 10:21 AM Flag

    I apologize.

    The reason for my error was that pumpdy ...........................
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    Well I am shocked at your apology vermit but I am afraid it is not acceptable as you follow it with attempts to blame pumpy for your mistake. Your simplistic understanding of 20th century history and one of the most notable wartime politicians of that century is not pumpy's fault, it is yours. You could reduce your confusion by doing a very minimal amount of background research before attacking others. You should at the least first have learned that while Churchill was not Prime Minister during WWI, he was still a significant player in British decisions as he served as the First Lord of the Admiralty when the war broke out and subsequently became Secretary of State for War, Secretary of State for Air, and Minister of Munitions. Also significant is that Churchill was not Prime Minister when WWII broke out in 1939. He rather was out of office but immediately pulled back in to again serve as First Lord of the Admiralty, but that is not to say that Churchill was not particularly influential in the decisions made.

    How ever in the world could you call the suggestion that Britain should not have opposed Germany in WWII crazy? Is that because the 6 million jews you believe Hitler "exterminated" had a higher value than the 40 million human deaths Stalin, who Hitler sought to stop, was responsible for?

  • Reply to

    Vindicaton . Harvard prof agrees with me .

    by charlie_ponzi_1952 Jan 31, 2014 11:41 AM
    btdt100 btdt100 Jan 31, 2014 10:40 PM Flag

    "Exactly what crimes did the Allied troops commit that were "far worse war crimes and atrocities than the Germans did?""

    Getting tired carson, and bored. Why can you idiots not better inform yourselves before you attack others who have?: It's late, I'm tired, so quickly to give a few.

    Contrary to the LIES Kerry stated when the Syrian issue was at hand this past summer, Hitler NEVER used chemical warfare. Nor did the Japanese. On the other hand, the Allied troops including the US and Britain, did use chemical weapons against the Germans.

    German soldiers taken as POWs at the end of the war where NOT provided the basics as required by the Geneva Convention. Over a million starved or were frozen to death.

    Not only were German soldiers executed for no reason, but German civilians, hospitals, etc. were bombed, executed with no trials, forced out of their homes, etc. We are talking women, children, old people, who had NOTHING to do with the war.

    The pictures of bull dozers shoving bodies into graves do not represent German actions as they imply. They rather represent American actions and treatment of the dead.

    More war crimes? Torture? Of course we would never. ALL the #$%$ officers just confessed to their crimes while presenting no defense. If you buy that, I have some stock to sell you, cheap.

  • Reply to

    Fat Boy singin' the blues

    by al.gore26 Jan 31, 2014 3:37 PM
    btdt100 btdt100 Jan 31, 2014 10:27 PM Flag

    "Retardess, the man asserting that Christie knew about the bridge scam is a PERSONAL FRIEND and political ally of Christie. He doesn't work for the NY Times, duncess."

    Idiot, no one said the guy worked for the NY Times. The NY Times is just a bit too obsessed in their attacks on Christie as noted by Mother Jones this week, which is in total contrast to the IRS scandal where we had a major manager taking the fifth (as in there is something to hide), and in total contrast to the NY Times pursuit of the truth on the Benghazi scandal, both far more serious than closing a bridge.

    "And if he produces the documents he claims to have, then it won't matter if it's reported by the Al-Qaeda Daily or by NRA Weekly -- the documents will be the documents."

    You need to do a better job of getting your facts and stop listening to media sensationalism. Christie's "allly" should be a major flag to someone with enough brains to go to Duke (which I doubt). The guy in fact said he did not know Christie. They just went to the same high school. Maybe there is something there but at this point, not looking good for your side. And that should concern you. As I pointed out, all the cry wolf false alarms go to Christie's benefit and enhance him, not the reverse as you so quickly assume.

    That being said, I never was a Christie fan but if I had been, I would rather know the truth and he fall on his own sword if merited. So far, you libs are crawling up his #$%$ and have yet found nothing.

    "DUHHHHHHHHHH "

    Again idiot, you should seriously reflect that you progressives are setting up a battle that you will lose and come out the worse as a result. Obama and Holder are in fact, covering their lib voters and letting them get away with all kinds of BS.

    Very unwise to be obvious in your game of persecuting GOPers.

  • Reply to

    CLASSIC RODENTOLOGY

    by rodentologist Jan 30, 2014 12:32 AM
    btdt100 btdt100 Jan 31, 2014 9:58 PM Flag

    Retardess, he went to Duke's medical school. I went there as an undergrad. I had NO interest in medicine.
    ============================

    Rotard, I had that figured out close to the beginning of our relationship when you started drawing references to Dr. Quack of Quackwatch. Care to guess why the drug companies failed to replace him when he retired?

  • Reply to

    Vindicaton . Harvard prof agrees with me .

    by charlie_ponzi_1952 Jan 31, 2014 11:41 AM
    btdt100 btdt100 Jan 31, 2014 9:46 PM Flag

    One last FACT carson. Most of the Holocaust "Deniars" just happen to be Jewish.

MO
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