I thought the comment was ironic that the advocate for compulsory voting missed about 300 votes when they were in the Senate and it was their job.
Also, doesn't forced voting fly in the face of demoocracy? Isn't the decision not to vote an excerise in democracy as wel? The old Soviet Union boasted of 90% turnout.
You've never once heard me rant about Benghazi other than to say when a U.S. ambassador is killed we need to investigate what happened and why. Fair enough? But again you dodge the reality that Obama owns Libyia, Egypt and Tunisia - some news out of there today if your listening. So you some how feel better because the death toll in those three countries hasn't quite yet reach Iraq levels.
You have to make up cr^p like this when the left narrative takes it on the chin. Israel is a unique situation that you don't seem to understand - no matter who they elect or no matter what policies they pursue there are groups that will still oppose them with violence. In a pertetual state of war since their existence.
Elk will be able to explain the thought process behind this thinking and why it's BC's fault. Stay tuned
Are you two? Im asking if there is something in particular that you think is important
Man are you dense. I read the thing. Had to to make the comment that I did.
The expression, "There is nothing new in this 10k versus the previous ones." does not convey the idea of "changes."
This was in direct response to keep's comments about the risk factors, not the whole 10k - ya getting it yet?
I'm begining to be afraid that you are beyond enlightenment.
Once again elk like there is no history before BC. There are a litney of issues and failures that can be attributed to Clinton. I don't think even you can blame things on Bush before he even came into office.
You fault Bush for toppling Huessein but never mention Egypt, Libyia and Tunisia. At least one of those seem fairly stable. But if you want to put all of Iraq on Bush, the Obama gets all of Libyia and Egypt.
While I've acknowldged where I think BC went wrong the more important topic now is where is our current policy taking us. That's what I'm concerned with and that is now in Obama's hands.
Bear, while you are truly in need of some enlightenment, my comment about the boiler plate language was around the risk factors which has been pretty consistent - I noted for keep the language in th 2006 10k which while worded differently says much the same thing as we see today.
Of course there are other changes as one would expect. If there is something that you'd like especially point out then please do.
Not sure what you mean by open mind, but rather than spin ridiculous scenarios I just read the filings.
"Hey, we cured blindness in rats with ESC's, so curing blindness in humans should be a cake walk, probably do it in a couple of years, and then we'll all become billionaires, YEAH, LETS DO IT!" Less
Right on the money again keepea - how do you do it? From 2006.
"We cannot assure you that we will be able to develop any such technologies or any products or services, or that such technologies, products or services will prove to be safe and efficacious in clinical trials, meet applicable regulatory standards, be capable of being produced in commercial quantities at acceptable costs or be successfully marketed. For that reason, we may not be able to generate revenues from commercial production or operate profitably."
Child like response. You lack the ability to comprehend - part of your being a Rube. You are also a bore which has nothing to do with being a Rube, since even a Rube can be entertaining.
BC. The thing is 141 pages long and there are certainly changes. Spit it out already otherwise you risk becoming a bore.
What a Rube. Total lack of understanding of the process.
Re: “As a result of these discussions we plan to enroll a total of approximately 100 patients, including an untreated control arm ..........."
"Yup, OCAT needs all the 'regulatory guidance' they can get. Obviously, the OCAT intellectuals can't figure it out on their own. "
Today's news is good incremental progress but a treatment is still aways off with the science needing continued validation. More significant is the state of the finances - even if the science will ultimately be proven, this company could run out of gas before getting to the finish line or financing options could be significantly dilutive.
I notice elk that you conviently ignor the key part of this
Dec 14, 2011 - "But we' re leaving behind a sovereign, stable, self reliant Iraq"
Regardless of BC, this was Obama's assessment of Iraq. Likewise he was slow and negligent in recognizing the scope of the problem in Syria. All Obama.
Just keep making #$%$ up elk. The surge absolutely worked. The major problems started with the withdrawal from Iraq and the failed Syrian strategy. All Obama.
Figured yours was just another hollowed out, worthless comment.
And you still haven't told me what's wrong with my approach - enlighten us all.