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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Have the Democrats lost their minds on drugs or are they making a stealth case for euthanasia?



HELP IS ON THE WAY:

CAN WE MAKE IT THEIR LAST ELECTION?

77 comments:

  1. They are getting very desperate.

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  2. Can you image the reaction if a bunch of old folks threatened to "cock punch" obama?

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  3. I will call it... Romney 58% Obama 42%

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  4. This is inappropriate and unhelpful to President Obama. It is not humorous to threaten violence. We would be outraged if this had been a message against the President.

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  5. The fact is, Romney/Ryan's cuts to Medicaid would kick hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of Senior Citizens Out of Nursing Homes.

    A lot of those that are voting "against the darkie" would be in that group.

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  6. The reason I am voting for Romney:

    He isn't Obama.

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    1. The worse way to waste a vote, to vote for one candidate because she is not the 'Other'

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    2. Only in your distorted way of thinking.

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    3. Good a reason as any. He isn't a Zero. It's hard to vote for a Zero.

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    4. Not at all distorted, gag.

      If a voter does thin.k increasing military spending is a good course for the UjS, voting for Romn.ey is an error.

      If the voter does n.ot thin.k slashing Medicare foe seniors in. Nursing hom?es is good polkcy, voting for Romney is an error.

      If the voter does not support exportingbjobs to China is good polkcy, voting for Romney is an error.

      Evenif he loses an.d more so if he wins, voting for Romney endorses those policies.

      You are correct, posting via phone sucks.

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    5. Voting for Obama endorses much worse. Voting for Roseann Barr is a waste.

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    6. If you support what Rosie is propagating, voting for her is an affirmation of those proposals.

      Voting for Obama is a.n affirmation of G W Bush's program.
      On taxes, defense and compassion for those that are deserving.

      That is why I support Gary Johnson.
      A fella with ass good a chance of garnering AZ's Electoral College votes as does Obama.

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  7. Rasmusseb still has Obama ahead in the Electoral College.

    The only votes that elect the Preaident

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  8. Have a spare amero you want to lose, Bucko?

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    1. Ask Bucko if he has a trillion dollar platinum he will bet.

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  9. I hope I have access to a "death panel" when my time comes.

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    1. You and I, both, Doris; you and I, both.

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    2. You already do, pardners, called a six shooter.

      Buck

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  10. The Herk First Flew in 1954!

    It was 1951, and the U.S. Air Force was seeking designs for an aircraft capable of hauling large bulky equipment, including artillery pieces and tanks, over long distances. It had to land in tight spaces, slow to 125 knots for paratroop drops, and fly, if need be, with one engine. What the Air Force wanted, in other words, was a tough, versatile heavylifter with plenty of “trunk” space.

    Hall Hibbard, Lockheed’s chief engineer, eyed the request and saw potential. Design genius Kelly Johnson, by contrast, viewed it as a potential disaster, a diversion from the high-speed, high-performance jet fighters that were his focus.

    “If you send that in,” Johnson told his boss, Hibbard, referring to an early proposal for the aircraft, “you’ll destroy the Lockheed Company.”

    It’s a good thing Hibbard didn’t listen. When the prototype YC-130 taxied for its inaugural flight on Aug. 23, 1954, it was clear to all—even Johnson— that the Lockheed engineers had forged something timeless out of a seemingly simple list of Air Force requirements.

    Later officially nicknamed Hercules, the prototype had a cargo deck that was capable of carrying an astonishing 300 pounds per square foot, lifted into the air after a ground roll of a mere 855 feet, an astoundingly short distance considering most aircraft of that size required 5,000 feet.

    Building the Herk
    The creation of the C-130 Hercules came about largely as a result of America’s experience in the Korean War. U.S. forces fighting along the 38th parallel dividing North and South Korea quickly discovered that their aerial transports were ill-equipped for the missions at hand. Some were too heavy. Some needed longer runways for takeoffs and landings. Others had weight restrictions, which prevented them from transporting bulky supplies or large numbers of soldiers.

    What the U.S. military needed was a single versatile aircraft that could be used for any and all transportation needs—one aircraft that would perform the role of many. Which is precisely what Lockheed’s Hercules accomplished.

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  11. Always more dependence on others for all, by all/Federal Govt.

    My plan will be executed sic, in the privacy of my own home, carried out by me.

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  12. There's more there at that Herk link, btw.

    Mr. Skunkworks more than made up for his misjudgement w/ U-2, SR-71, etc.

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  13. One interesting outcome will be at least Two States where Marijuana is Legal. Period.

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  14. Don't know if it was discussed here, but one of those two Seals gave up his life painting the mortar battery with his laser, knowing either a Specter was nearby, or the Predator was armed.

    ...thereby giving his position to the mortars, which, given that the trigger was in locked position in the Admin, had unlimited time to take out the Seal, the other Seal, and the rest, over 7 hours.

    That's the kind of Commander in Chief we all want, of course.

    New Motto,
    "Always Leave Them Behind"

    ...leading from the rear, by the Rear in Cheif.

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    1. Yeah, it's been "discussed" to death.

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  15. Bomb, bomb, bomb Iran!

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  16. screw that Nuke, nuke, nuke iran!!

    A glass parking lot for the Israelis!!!

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  17. No cheers or boos from Rufie,

    ...he votes "Present" just like "POTUS" did as our warriors were sacrificed.

    Brave New World, indeed.

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    1. I made many comments, Doug. Maybe you should go back and read them.

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  18. Doug - Bushes butt boy!

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    1. How many times did you vote for Bush Doug?

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    2. Twice:

      The first time I was right for two years, wrong on Wars for six.
      Giant Debt runnup largely due to Dems in last years, Bush wrong not
      to Veto that and much more. Bush the Wuss

      Garner had a great plan for Iraq, Tommy carried it out, then, only months later, Bush the Wuss, Condi, and the Colon put Bremmer in place to give it to the ROP.

      Special Forces on Horses (w/bayonets, btw) did everything right, RA under the Wuss/Condi Regieme, everything wrong.
      ...just as the Special Forces said as they observed Regular Army's entrance.

      BHO has just supercharged the Islamization of the ME started by Carter, followed by all, except Bush 41.

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    3. It is “Bush’s”, not “Doug - Bushes butt boy!” You are too stupid to use my name.

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  19. God Bless those old folks, I say!

    Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night

    Do not go gentle into that good night,
    Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

    Though wise men at their end know dark is right,
    Because their words had forked no lightning they
    Do not go gentle into that good night.

    Good men, the last wave by, crying how bright
    Their frail deeds might have danced in a green bay,
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

    Wild men who caught and sang the sun in flight,
    And learn, too late, they grieved it on its way,
    Do not go gentle into that good night.

    Grave men, near death, who see with blinding sight
    Blind eyes could blaze like meteors and be gay,
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

    And you, my father, there on that sad height,
    Curse, bless, me now with your fierce tears, I pray.
    Do not go gentle into that good night.
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light.


    Dylan Thomas

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    1. He wrote that when he was a relatively young man, right?

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    2. I'm not sure Rufus, I would have to look that up. He died 'young' - 39 -so I guess all his poems were written when he was relatively young in that sense.

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    3. My wonderful lovely ever loving Swedish aunt said to me one day, bob, it's time to call Dr. Kevorkian for me now. She was 98 and in a rest home after pneumonia since she was no longer able to bathe herself, nor was I. Of course I didn't make the call to Kevorkian, there are relatives, and the law to be considered, among other things. But like Forrest Church, I think it is a dignified way to go at a certain point. But it has to be your decision, taken with full faculty, with your lawyer, or a trusted loved one, and not involving Unca Sam.

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    5. The alternative to a public option health care plan is here.

      McDonough thinks that these plans do have the potential to increase competition, just as they were meant to do. They could also disrupt insurance markets, an outcome he attributes to the rushed nature of the discussions.

      “It’s happened so fast, in a brief window, that there was not a lot of time for robust conversation,” he says. “The conversation was like, ‘this is a good idea, let’s cook something up.’ It was definitely not a thoughtful, nuanced conversation.”

      Bottom line is that health care will require a private-public solution, highly unpopular in the wake of recent GSE failures. Uncle Sam deciding my time is up seems to be the very least of it.

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  20. Obama campaign now buying ads in … Detroit
    posted at 7:39 pm on October 30, 2012 by Allahpundit

    Via Mark Halperin and Jim Geraghty, who points out that Detroit’s TV market doesn’t reach Ohio. This is all about defending Michigan, which would have seemed crazy a month ago but now, in a world where The One is under 50 percent in Oregon, makes lots of sense. This is, after all, a state capable of electing a Republican governor (by a landslide) and a Republican legislature, and there’s a native son at the top of the GOP ticket. The last poll of Michigan — taken one week ago — showed a dead heat.



    http://hotair.com/archives/2012/10/30/obama-campaign-now-buying-ads-in-detroit/


    Man, this looks b a d.

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  21. Romney doesn't seem to want to talk about his plans to transfer FEMA to the states, and private enterprise.

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  22. October 30, 2012
    The Campaign Hurricane e-mails
    Greg Halvorson

    Wow. I never get used to it... As hyper-informed and cognizant of the evil/buffoonery/cravenness of this administration as I am, I never get used to the petty, maladroit, and moronic e-mails with which they pepper their base.

    No-I'm not part of the base, but my masochistic side subscribes to Obama-blasts, Moochelle-blasts, Messina-Axelrod-Springsteen-Sheryl Crow.... You get the point: masochism. None so painful as this shameless tripe on the eve of a dangerous storm affecting 20% of the U.S. population:

    Greg-

    After all Barack has done in office, and after all you have done to build this campaign, we can't afford to watch everything slip away on Election Night.

    But the other side has out-raised us-our opponents have $45 million more than we do for the Final Stretch.... And none of us has ever seen what a barrage of money like that will do.

    That's why we need to do everything we can in the last days, and why we still need your support.

    And, until, tomorrow night, any donation you make will automatically enter you to meet Barack on Election Night!

    We can either give it our all in these final days, or wake up on November 7th wishing we'd done a little more.

    Don't wait!

    Supporting this campaign once more will move us closer to victory, and enter you to win a trip to join Barack on Election Night.

    Thanks, Michelle

    Contrast that to the Romney e-mail this morning:

    Greg-

    Tonight, Ann and I are keeping the people in Hurricane Sandy's path in our thoughts and prayers.

    I hope that if you can, you will reach out to your neighbors who may need help getting ready for the storm-especially your elderly neighbors.

    And if you can give of your resources or time, please consider supporting your local Red Cross organization - visit www.redcross.org to get involved.

    For safety's sake, as you and your family prepare for the storm, please be sure to bring any yard signs inside. In high winds, they can be dangerous and cause damage to homes and property.

    I'm never so proud of Americans as when I see how we pull together in a crisis. There's nothing that we can't handle when we stand together.

    Stay safe and God bless,

    Mitt Romney

    Here, in a nutshell, is next Tuesday's choice.... A man of character or a man of particularly egregious moral failings compounded by the media's likeminded turpitude in failing, completely, to expound on the egregiousness. Note how Romney selflessly seeks donations, not for himself, but for hurricane relief; whereas, Obama, via Antoinette, grovels for dimes.

    Please, if you live in a swing-state - Nevada, Colorado, Virginia, Ohio, Florida, Wisconsin, Iowa, Pennsylvania.... - do not vote alone.... A Zombie Apocalypse can be avoided here, but only if the non-Zombies inundate the polls.


    Greg Halvorson

    ...........

    The Mormons may wear 'magic underwear' as Rufus says, but what he doesn't know is that they have a mandate in their way of life to help their neighbors - not just themselves - in times of trouble. Most have stored up a years supply of food and other necessities, and are called to share.....

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  23. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2225108/Hurricane-Sandy-2012-Obama-declares-major-disaster-New-York-39-people-die-Superstorm.html


    Storm damage photos

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  24. Garrett Hardin, one of my favorite professors, author of that famous document that I can't remember, went together with his aged wife with the aid of Hospice, BHO Death Panels not needed, thank you very much.
    He walked w/a cane due to Polio way back when young Doug drank his way through college.

    "Tragedy of the Commons" it was:

    Simple, but impossible for Rufus II, Deserter Rat, and a few others to fathom.

    Sad.

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  25. He has a Couple of Hundred Million in his Cayman Account (from shipping U.S. jobs overseas;) Maybe he'll just cut'em a check for a forty or fifty million, eh?

    Yeah, right.

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  26. Rufus IITue Oct 30, 08:31:00 PM EDT

    Romney doesn't seem to want to talk about his plans to transfer FEMA to the states, and private enterprise.


    Rufus, you MUST be a paid democratic political operative.

    Just by chance I come on this -

    October 30, 2012 4:00 A.M.
    Yes, We Should Cut FEMA
    The agency has managed to waste truly shocking amounts of money.

    By Kevin D. Williamson



    There are some things in politics that are as predictable as the changing seasons. When there is a high-profile act of violence involving a firearm, the ghouls at the Brady Center and their allies issue press releases while the blood is still hot on the ground, blaming the crime on the failure of Congress to comply with their policy preferences. When there is a natural disaster, Democrats are front and center, before the flood waters even have crested, with reminders that Republicans — wicked, evil Republicans — would cut FEMA funding if left to their own devices.

    The storm is coming. But Matt Yglesias is coming first: “Romney wants to cut FEMA.”

    Whenever there’s a major natural disaster, the federal government steps in to help. But that wouldn’t necessarily be the case if Mitt Romney got his way. During a 2011 GOP primary debate he said it was “immoral” for the federal government to be spending money on disaster relief when it should be focused on deficit reduction.

    . . . If a storm damages basic physical infrastructure (power lines, bridges) and imperils human life it would be the height of penny-wise, pound-foolish thinking to suppose that the afflicted area should wait months or years to repair the damage. Ultimately, anyplace is going to go back to robust wealth creation faster if basic stuff gets fixed up faster. But that requires financing by an entity capable of rapidly financing expensive projects — i .e., the federal government. Left to its own devices a storm-ravaged Delaware or Louisiana is going to be squeezed between balanced budget rules and falling sales tax receipts and be forced into an increasing state of dilapidation.








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    1. Romney did not present disaster relief vs. deficit reduction as an either/or proposition. Like most Republicans, he has argued that we might have more effective disaster relief if we moved some larger part of the responsibility to the state and local levels, and into the private sector. To put the issue in a less boneheadedly simplistic fashion, the question is not whether we: A. spend money on disaster relief or B. reduce the deficit. Rather, the questions are: Given our tenuous fiscal position, is it possible that we are spending too much money on FEMA and related programs? Is that spending maximally effective? Might we be better off decentralizing these efforts?

      Yglesias, like many of his like-minded compatriots, presents these arguments as though they were all-or-nothing propositions. This is strange, inasmuch as they pretty clearly recognize the merits of such inquiry when coming from their own side: There are many people who believe that we spend far too much money on national security (I am among them), but only the most gap-toothed among us equate asking uncomfortable questions about military-spending priorities with abandoning national security categorically. Sometimes it makes sense to ask whether the federal government should be doing this at all. Very often it makes sense to ask, as one expects a Romney administration would, whether the federal government is going about this the right way.

      On the narrow question of FEMA, the answer is probably no. Like many otherwise worthwhile federal endeavors, including those that happen inside that famous five-sided building in Washington, FEMA has managed over the years to waste truly shocking amounts of money, e.g. spending $416,000 per capita to temporarily house people displaced by Hurricane Katrina, spending nearly $1 billion on manufactured homes that FEMA’s own regulations rendered unusable in many situations, etc. We all remember those $2,000 debit cardsthat were handed out like Christmas candy. In much the same way that some conservatives are more skeptical about foreign military actions when there is a Democratic president, liberals are better at recognizing government waste when there is a Republican president.

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    2. Rufus believes Pennys will forever rain from the Heavens:
      Endless Debt, no problemo.
      Quite a feat for an atheist.

      Money from nowhere.

      Dire Straights Shoulda Sung that.

      ...chicks were always free.

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    3. Money for nuthin was close enough tho.
      ...and it still rocks.

      Money for Nothing

      Money for nothing dire straits

      Now look at them yo-yos thats the way you do it
      You play the guitar on the mtv
      That aint workin thats the way you do it
      Money for nothin and chicks for free
      Now that aint workin thats the way you do it
      Lemme tell ya them guys aint dumb
      Maybe get a blister on your little finger
      Maybe get a blister on your thumb

      We gotta install microwave ovens
      Custom kitchen deliveries
      We gotta move these refrigerators
      We gotta move these colour tvs

      See the little faggot with the earring and the makeup
      Yeah buddy thats his own hair
      That little faggot got his own jet airplane
      That little faggot hes a millionaire

      We gotta install microwave ovesns
      Custom kitchens deliveries
      We gotta move these refrigerators
      We gotta move these colour tvs

      I shoulda learned to play the guitar
      I shoulda learned to play them drums
      Look at that mama, she got it stickin in the camera
      Man we could have some fun
      And hes up there, whats that? hawaiian noises?
      Bangin on the bongoes like a chimpanzee
      That aint workin thats the way you do it
      Get your money for nothin get your chicks for free

      We gotta install microwave ovens
      Custom kitchen deliveries
      We gotta move these refrigerators
      We gotta move these colour tvs, lord

      Now that aint workin thats the way you do it
      You play the guitar on the mtv
      That aint workin thats the way you do it
      Money for nothin and your chicks for free
      Money for nothin and chicks for free

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  27. The Sioux, Cheyenne, Gros Ventre, Crow, Blackfeet, Flathead, Arapaho, all fighting over the common buffalo.



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    1. Bullshit.
      They worshipped Gaia,
      ...and Algore.

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    2. When they got the horse, this was coming to an end, sooner or later, even without the whites, as they then had the means to overwhelm the herds.

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    3. Did the acquire the horses from the evil Euros?

      ...I wrote how at BC, but that's to recent for me to remember.

      Rufie and BHO will just blame us.

      America First, always.

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    4. Actually, I wrote how horsies got to Hawaii, but still don't remember, no time to search.
      ...puttin off necessities, wasting it on human waste like Rufie and Deserter Rat.

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    5. "they" and "too"

      Sorry, Bob.

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    6. They got their horses, initially, from recently-scalped Conquistadors.

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    7. It's why I seem to like Chief Plenty Coups. He was able to understand the situation before the others, and acted accordingly. Like Black Elk, he had a 'vision' of a sort, different in kind perhaps, but it guided him. Basically, he thought the gig was up.

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  28. See the little faggot with the earring and the makeup
    Yeah buddy thats his own hair
    That little faggot got his own jet airplane
    That little faggot hes a millionaire

    ---

    another of theirs has:

    "In walks the Biggest Fuckin Mexican you ever saw"

    ...back in the days when SPEECH was still free.

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  29. Man we could have some fun
    And hes up there, whats that? hawaiian noises?
    Bangin on the bongoes like a chimpanzee
    That aint workin thats the way you do it...

    Old Dougo, hard at work.
    Me and that skinny guy, Iz.

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  30. While Hardin recommended that the tragedy of the commons could be prevented by either more government regulation or privatizing the commons property, subsequent Nobel Prize-winning work by Elinor Ostrom suggests that handing control of local areas to national and international regulators can create further problems.[3][4]

    Ostrom argues that the tragedy of the commons may not be as prevalent or as difficult to solve as Hardin implies,

    since locals have often come up with solutions to the commons problem themselves; when the commons is taken over by non-locals, those solutions can no longer be used.

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    1. Naw, 3,000 pages of gibberish, and Federal panels of 15 unelected, unqualified, qualified shitheads knows more than your Doctor does about your health.

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    2. You're being stupid, and you know it.

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  31. Let's see, FEMA too expensive, but $200 BILLION/YR More for Ships, and such, perfectly Okey-Dokey?

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  32. Yeah, the Chi-Coms are decommissioning those German Subs.

    ...just 'cause BHO wants them to.

    Putin agrees:

    Poland will be just fine back in the USSR

    ...the Beatles told me so.

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    1. Oh. The Chinese are getting ready to overwhelm us with their naval power; I see.

      Thanks for waking us up. /S

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    2. No plans for the South China Sea:
      Just ask the Japs, Vietnamese, Thais, etc.

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  33. http://www.myspace.com/david-richardson/photos/60746249#{%22ImageId%22%3A60746251}

    Pictures of the mammoth sculpture in Worland, Wyoming - pictures 4 - 7 in the slideshow.

    It is on a main street there - there are only two main streets really - tried to take a picture but it was too dark.

    Impressive, I can report that.

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  34. "Gros Ventre,"

    Was that one of those Bain rip-offs?

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  35. The fate of the woolies on the common -



    Most woolly mammoth populations disappeared during the late Pleistocene and early Holocene,[19] likely due to the combined effects of climate change and hunting by humans. A 2008 study by scientists at Spain's Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales estimated that changes in climate shrank suitable mammoth habitat from 7,700,000 km2 (3,000,000 sq mi) 42,000 years ago to 800,000 km2 (310,000 sq mi) 6,000 years ago.[20][21] Although woolly mammoths survived an even greater loss of habitat at the end of the Saale glaciation 125,000 years ago, it is likely that, at the end of the last ice age, humans hunted the remaining populations to extinction. The same fate befell many other large Pleistocene animals.[22][23] Studies of a 11,300–11,000 year old trackway in southwestern Canada showed that M. primigenius was in decline while coexisting with humans. The same site also showed evidence of human hunting of horses and bovines.[24]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woolly_mammoth

    I think they are neat. I wish we could clone them back. Maybe it is possible.

    But, so far, things are as they are on the blue guitar.

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  36. Rufie was all for throwing money down the Osprey Rathole.

    ...not used to take out Bin Laden, I might add.

    BHO was at the controls of the good old Apache, stealthed up a bit.

    He wasn't takin no chances,
    not our heroic POTUS, by golly, by gosh.

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  37. Deb… The actual numbers I saw not too long ago were a lttle bit
    different… (can’t bear in mind where My spouse and i observed them.
    )
    My homepage ... People Records

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