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whippersnapper65 281 posts  |  Last Activity: 18 hours ago Member since: Jun 20, 2009
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  • If the GOP tampered with votes in Mississippi in order to defeat the Tea Party conservative in the runoff election, then I will only ever vote for Tea Party candidates in the future. The GOP establishment will never get my vote nor my support ever again. RINOs are nearly as bad as Democrats. What the hell has happened to my country?

    News story below:

    A conservative election-watching organization has filed a motion for a restraining order against the Mississippi Republican Party, declaring it has evidence of tampering in runoff records.

    True the Vote, which filed the motion with the Jackson Division of the U.S. District Court on Wednesday, claims it has “dozens of full detailed affidavit reports” detailing incidences of vote tampering. The alleged misconduct includes “destruction of voters’ absentee ballot applications and mandatory envelopes, illegal alteration of poll books, cross-over and double voting, absentee ballots marked ‘Accepted’ but unopened.”

    “Defendant county commissioners have continued to violate federal law by preventing access to election records. Now, we think we know why,” True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht said in a statement.

    “If the affidavits we now have regarding the destruction of election documents and other similarly stunning findings are true, then no Mississippian, no American, can trust the results of this election.”

    Mississippi GOP Chairman Joe Nosef dismissed the complaint, saying in a statement that the group “continues in its attempts to make a mockery of our legal system.

    Though Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) was declared winner of the race two weeks ago, leading by 7,667 votes, his primary challenger, state Sen. Chris McDaniel, has not conceded and has been collecting evidence to challenge the results of the election in court.

    The ongoing saga has drawn the attention and resources of a number of national conservative figures and groups supportive of McDaniel.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 18 hours ago Flag

    Frank, Jesse said a couple days ago that Obama needs to give $2 billion to help black Chicago youth since he's spending so much on illegal border children.

    Jesse has made a comfortable living for himself by shaking down companies and taxpayers. What a despicable, pathetic man.

    With the libs it's always, "Gimme money. I'm not responsible. Gimme more money."

  • 1. Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Mass General hospital was added as a site, actively recruiting, Jorge Dietrich is the principal investigator.
    2. Pacific Neurosurgical in Portland, OR status changed to active, not recruiting
    3. Centro de Pesquisas Clinicas da Funda in Brazil status changed to terminated

    The Dana Farber Cancer Institute had already been participating in ReACT. I wonder whether positive experiences in that trial led to the decision to participate in ACT-IV belatedly.

    It's about time for enrollment in ACT-IV to fully accrue.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 10, 2014 8:27 PM Flag

    Hi, Neshua. Why did you stop using your old alias?

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    by goforitmedx Jul 10, 2014 4:05 PM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 10, 2014 6:38 PM Flag

    MBB, in other words, you've been shown up again and the cognitive dissonance you are experiencing is too much for you to take. For you to continue thinking along the lines we've traveled would require you to consider leaving your leftist bubble, which you have an unthinking religious devotion to rather than a rational acceptance of. But you are unwilling to leave your leftist bubble, so you suggest we leave things alone. I'll leave it at that.

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    by goforitmedx Jul 10, 2014 4:05 PM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 10, 2014 6:06 PM Flag

    MBB, your simpleminded brain would see a farmer throwing out diseased fruit so as not to contaminate the rest of the crop, and you would consider the farmer to be a hateful, intolerant bigot discriminating against the diseased fruit.

    What you perceive as hate and intolerance are, from a higher standpoint of evaluation and analysis, true and wise stances and actions. You lack nuance in your thinking, and perhaps also you lack the ability to think with nuance, which is why simplistic descriptions and labels such as "hate" and "intolerance" appeal to you as having broad applicability when, rather, they have limited applicability.

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    by goforitmedx Jul 10, 2014 4:05 PM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 10, 2014 4:59 PM Flag

    Your confidence about the November buyout between $50 and $60 is astoundingly high.

    Can all of this preceding price action that we are witnessing be games? Such games, if that is the case!

    I have a lot riding on CLDX, so I can get impatient when the price action confounds my interpretation of the evidence and my understanding of the potential of this company. I don't believe my interpretation or my understanding are flawed because there is some pretty good and reliable company, including 90% institutional ownership, who seem to have the same stance I do about CLDX.

    Aside from games, I don't see a good reason why CLDX is still trading so pathetically low.

    Well, November is not really that far off.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    by goforitmedx Jul 10, 2014 4:05 PM
    whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 10, 2014 4:24 PM Flag

    Amazing indeed. Why wouldn't a trio of institutions who have large positions decide to ignite the short squeeze by buying massively, coaxing shorts to cover, which would drive up the share price even more? Then the institutions could sell their newly purchased shares into the short squeeze to return their large positions to what they were originally but at a higher share price.

    The large short position is either going to result in a nuclear-type explosive move upwards (if the shorts are trapped by surprise good news) or downwards (if the shorts have correctly anticipated very bad news for Celldex).

    I believe the large short position is one of the biggest reasons why CLDX isn't back at least in the mid-$20s by now. The share price is artificially low because of all the short selling that has taken place.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • It's the second half of the year. Long past time for Marucci to deliver something that returns the share price to the $30s. The company is undervalued by at least 50%.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 9, 2014 8:13 PM Flag

    It's so easy to be a liberal. All you have to do is demonize the opposition. You don't have to think deeply about anything at all. You don't have to obey laws, uphold morals, apply logic, be consistent. All you have to do is hurl insults and ad hominems, and the low-information voter will think you're brilliant.

    Truth is, Democrats are very worried that they are losing enough Americans to hold on to the Senate majority.

    Truth is, the vast majority of Americans want the southern border secured and want illegal immigrants deported.

    Truth is, the disastrous effects of BHO's ineptitude and misguided laws and policies are beginning to be felt and understood by more Americans, and they are holding him and the Democrats responsible for the deteriorating social and economic situation.

    Truth is, BHO and the Democrats are squarely to blame for the border chaos, the economic stagnation, the foreign policy crises.

    Truth is, liberals want to try to get people to believe everything you just wrote because that would take the attention away from the Democrats' and BHO's failures. The low-information voter will fall for the trick, but more and more Americans will not.

    Truth is, BHO and the Democrats and their leftist supporters have been and are lying about everything, including about Republicans, in order to divert attention away from the failure of liberal policies and the dire national security threats that they have caused.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 9, 2014 7:04 PM Flag

    It's astounding how successful the gay mafia has been in altering society to such an extent that my statement, "The best setting for raising children is in an intact home with a mother and father who love each other and their children," -- a statement that was uncontroversial and uncontroverted merely fifteen years ago -- is now considered an expression of bigotry by at least 40% of the population.

    My statement is true. It is simply true. You have to have a severely warped mind to consider it bigoted.

    You do realize that homosexuals are only about 3% of the population? So much pandering to so few, who suffer from a pathology.

    But liberalism is a mental disorder. Hence the loony-tunes views such as equating what are obviously unequal, such as male-female relationships and same-sex relationships. It's as if biology and nature are in a huge leftist blind spot, therefore they don't need to be considered.

    You liberals go ahead and continue living in your leftist fantasyland. When Humpty Dumpty falls and breaks and we can't put him back together, you'll realize -- perhaps -- your stupidity.

    If I may add to show you the stupidity of your view and of your accusation: you state, "the best place is with those couples...." How bigoted of you to limit parenting to only two people! What do you have against three parents, or four, or five. As long as they love each other and have "significantly explored their own childhood traumas", what difference does it make how many there are? You are such a bigot against polyamorous families.

    And thus you see where the next logical devolution is headed in our society as the left marches on toward stupidity. There will be a push for legal recognition of three-person families. There will be a push to remove the age restrictions on consent for sexual intercourse. There will be a push to force people to accept all sorts of increasingly disordered and depraved things as the depravity of homosexuality has been pushed.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 9, 2014 6:27 PM Flag

    If enough people join in the lie that same-sex unions are normal, then the children trapped in such disordered family units can grow up with a false sense of happiness and normalcy. The study is obviously, patently B.S. Nature gave children a mother and a father. Same-sex relationships are sterile. Nature knows best what children need.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 9, 2014 6:23 PM Flag

    Same liberals who believe in global warming believe this obviously untrue B.S.

    Same-sex unions are depraved, disordered relationships, besides which they are sterile, incapable of generating offspring. In the rush to normalize the disordered, everything gay is now being celebrated even if it's preposterous.

    The best setting for raising children is in an intact home with a mother and father who love each other and their children. And you don't need a study to tell you that. It's the wisdom of the ages.

  • Even though ACT-IV is double-blind and ReACT has a blind component, by this time shouldn't word be getting around that some GBM patients in the studies are living longer than expected with stable or abating disease?

    Wouldn't people want to buy stock in the company conducting the trial? Wouldn't that cause the share price to increase?

    Motley Fool#$%$-piece on CLDX outlines short skepticism about Rindo. I believe the shorts are wrong and that both Rindo trials will succeed. However, the lack of investor enthusiasm for CLDX is disconcerting.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 9, 2014 1:16 AM Flag

    Take your "world confederation" John Lennon "imagine there's no countries" B as in B, S as in S and shove it. You have shown yourself to be an America-hating leftist, redundant as that description is. If you have no problem with the things BHO is doing to ruin America, it's because you hate America just as he does, and you wish to see it disappear into a world confederation.

    There's nothing inevitable nor logical about your prediction. Even if it is achieved, there's no reason to believe it would be sustained. The Roman Empire collapsed. The British Empire became impotent.

    What exactly would the unifying values system be in your fantasyland world confederation? What would be the government? How would vastly different and mutually exclusive cultures be unified into a single overarching outlook?

    America... Imagine the World without Her. Ring a bell? Look up Dinesh D'Souza in case your liberal bubble hasn't expanded very far into current events.

    The world would be hellish without America. And BHO and the Democrat Party are paving that road with treason, criminal unconstitutional acts, illegal immigration, bloated government, wealth confiscation, taking liberty away from individuals, redefinition of any disordered relationship into normalcy. They are doing away with and undermining and opposing anything that is true, good, moral and wise.

    It's obvious that the conservatives on this board are getting under the leftists' skin. Many, many new names are cropping up in the responses.

    Afraid? You should be. You should be. The rebellion against the government that took place in the BLM revolt in Nevada and the illegal immigration protest in Murrieta are the first bubbles in the American melting pot to reach the surface, showing that the Left has pushed and pushed and shoved and shoved so much that the water is beginning to boil as real Americans, Americans who love America and American values, push back hard against an tyrannical government.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 9, 2014 1:03 AM Flag

    You're right. But when there's nothing to talk about concerning CLDX, that's when politics dominates on this board. There's nothing to talk about with CLDX right now.

  • Face it, you loser leftists, BHO is poison to America. His own party is rejecting him when it matters to them personally.

    BHO will go down in history as an unqualified dilettante who was elected only because he was black. And the ruinous consequences for the republic and for the world will go down in history as a lesson to all future civilizations who would choose an inept man to lead.

    BHO's failures are twofold: he is a failure as a man and as a leader. His ego and narcissism lead to the personal failure, his foolish leftist ideology lead to his failure as a governing official.

  • This is the time to deliver: Marucci needs to announce within one week that ACT-IV has accrued all patients. The panoply of Varli trials needs to begin accruing patients. For the past eight months there has been much that has been promised or intimated, and very little that has been delivered. It is inexcusable for the share price to be ten dollars and 45% below the secondary offering price seven months later, with so much valuable potential and promise, with so much that management has created high expectations for.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 8, 2014 6:53 PM Flag

    If I post frequently about the president, it's because nearly every day either he or someone in his administration violate their oath of office, jeopardize the freedom and prosperity of American citizens, or commit criminal acts with impunity.

    Many of the government dollars allocated toward education are wasted.

    Race is irrelevant, but culture is significant. Do you not agree that the illegal aliens whom the president has encouraged to migrate and who will not be deported are going to substantially alter American society and culture? The president is violating the spirit of some immigration laws and the letter of other laws, and he is violating his oath of office in order to weaken America and make some red states blue.

    If you're not happy about my posts, you are free to ignore them. I couldn't care less what you think or do. You're a nobody. But when someone with power who thinks like you do, such as the president, or when many who think like you act collectively in a way that threatens my liberty, prosperity, property or other natural rights I'm going to say something about it and do what I can to oppose your misguided and evil efforts.

    By the time those liberals who have some sense realize that liberalism is deeply flawed, it will be too late for America. Humpty Dumpty won't be able to be put back together again.

  • whippersnapper65 whippersnapper65 Jul 8, 2014 10:31 AM Flag

    Your analogy fails. I'm not the president. I'm not disassembling the United States of America. I'm not shredding the Constitution. I'm not the subject of frequent exchanges on this message board as the president is.

    You got one thing right, though, you look like a moron for posting such a stupid analogy. You must be a moron to believe you made a cogent point.

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