OOPS, forget what he said about being against fetal tissue research. LOL
On Wednesday, a physician by the name of Dr. Jen Gunter posted on her blog images of a paper published in 1992 by Carson on his work done utilizing fetal tissue — from a 17-week old fetus, no less.
I really like the position they've worked themselves into. They are getting in the sweet spot to come and this stock could really rocket up next year. I'm accumulating at this absurdly low price.
Come earnings you are going to find out just the tip of the iceberg what getting their product into the Apple store means.
I find it funny. How long have they been trying to convince you of that. I remember about 6-1/2 years ago, Jeff Macke on Fast Money on CNBC was telling people to short AMZN when it was $38 a share. No wonder that clown went insane on live TV and got canned by CNBC. He either lost his mind or was on some super duper drugs but it was funny as hell. Relive the old times. Do a search for Jeff Macke loses it on CNBC youtube. He was going off on 'the car people' and nobody had a clue what he was talking about.
I would pick Rand Paul. He is honest. He said don't blame Obama for the problems in the middle east blame Cheney and Bush and he's right about that.
I thought the bill had already been signed but it looks like it hasn't yet but I'm sure its just a matter of time with that backwards, 19th century state.
Here's the story on it:
By Jon Herskovitz
March 27 (Reuters) - The Arkansas Senate overwhelmingly approved on Friday a Republican-backed bill whose authors say is intended to protect religious freedoms but critics contend could allow businesses to refuse service to gay people.
The Republican governor of Indiana signed into law a similar "religious freedom" bill on Thursday, prompting protests from human rights groups and criticism from some business leaders.
The bill advancing in the Republican-led Arkansas legislature says "governments should not substantially burden the free exercise of religion without compelling justification."
Supporters say a business should not be forced to, for example, cater a same-sex wedding if doing so would violate the religious beliefs of the owner.
Two of the most powerful companies in the United States, retailer Wal-Mart Stores Inc, which has its home office in Arkansas, and technology giant Apple Inc have criticized the measure.
"We feel this legislation is counter to this core basic belief of respect for the individual and sends the wrong message about Arkansas, as well as the diverse environment which exists in the state," a Walmart spokesman said in a statement.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, referring to the measures in the two states, said in a tweet: "Apple is open for everyone. We are deeply disappointed in Indiana's new law and calling on Arkansas Gov. to veto the similar HB1228."
The measure passed the Arkansas House in February by a comfortable margin and now goes back to it for consideration of amendments in the Senate version. Governor Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, has said he would sign the measure into law.
A U.S. judge last year struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage but the decision has been put on hold pending appeals. (Reporting by Jon Herskovitz and Steve Barnes; Editing by Sandra Maler & Kim Coghill
The same goes for Arkansas. They just signed almost the same hate bill as Indiana. The Arkansas Shill-billies are the armpit of America. They want to discriminate against anyone they feel is below them but the fact is, there is nobody below those goobers. They're just to dumb to realize it.
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Great call. Is that why they call you the Oracle of the Appalachians? On the bright side, if you have any children you hate, you can enjoy the fact that there will be nothing left to leave them when you die.