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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by moreluck, Apr 16, 2014.

  1. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

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    (I searched under "congress" and nothing came up and I know it's there somewhere, but don't have the time to waste)
     
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  2. moreluck

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  5. The Other Side

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    Moreluck, you are no expert in pollution, nor do you have the first concept of potential dangers of anything from fracking to tar sands... if you did, you wouldnt make jokes about things like this..


    Indigenous populations
    Northern Alberta, the region where tar sands oil is extracted, is home to many indigenous populations. Important parts of their cultural traditions and livelihood are coming under attack because of tar sands operations. Not only have indigenous communities been forced off of their land, but also those living downstream from tailing ponds have seen spikes in rates of rare cancers, renal failure, lupus, and hyperthyroidism. In the lakeside village of Fort Chipewyan, for example, 100 of the town’s 1,200 residents have died from cancer.

    These problems will only get worse, unless tar sands production is halted. Investing in a new pipeline would increase the rate of production, while decreasing the quality of life for indigenous populations.

    - See more at: http://www.foe.org/projects/climate-and-energy/tar-sands/keystone-xl-pipeline#sthash.57BXIGZg.dpuf

    TAR SANDS are highly dangerous and on the low end of the oil chain because its the dirtiest form of oil.

    Tar Sands pose a great threat to humans if it spills or a major pipeline explosion should occur.

    But what would you know about thinking outside the box? You only repeat what you are told.

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  6. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    Barbara Boxcar will probably call you for all the facts !! Stand By.
     
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  7. oldngray

    oldngray nowhere special

    Canada is going to drill for that oil regardless of whether the pipeline gets built. The pipeline will just be a cheaper and safer way to ship the oil to refineries in US. No pipeline means Obama's buddy and big contributor Warren Buffett makes money when it is shipped by rail instead. And railroads are already running out of capacity forcing UPS and FedEx to add more feeders.
     
  8. The Other Side

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    There are multiple lawsuits filed against the pipeline GRAY, that have to work their way through the court system.

    Of course, you fox news viewers wouldnt know this, cause its really simple just to lay pipe down across a country and not interfere in peoples lives. We all know thats how projects work.

    That dumb obama doesnt know that all you have to do is get pipe and connect it across several states to get oil, whats the big deal right?


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  9. upschuck

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  10. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    Hey McCaskill, nobody cares about Dr. Oz's diet pills.......why are you grilling him on the hill ?? Don't you have more important things to take care of ? What a waste of taxpayer's money!!
     
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  12. Bringdough

    Bringdough Active Member

    Well, do you believe carbon dioxide is a pollutant? Do you know what the largest greenhouse gas is. Do you know what affects our climate the most?


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  13. moreluck

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    Boxer posted this graphic on her Facebook page. She is blatantly lying to people when she says the pill is “not covered.” In reality the pill is one of the 16 forms of birth-control specifically covered by Hobby Lobby. The only thing they won’t cover is four types of abortifacients
     
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  14. moreluck

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    If she had a brain she’d be dangerous.


    Via Yid With Lid:


    LEE: I ask my colleagues to oppose this resolution for it is in fact a veiled attempt at impeachment and it undermines the law that allows a president to do his job. A historical fact: President Bush pushed this nation into a war that had little to do with apprehending terrorists. We did not seek an impeachment of President Bush, because as an executive, he had his authority. President Obama has the authority.

    Sheila, does H.RES.1258 ring a bell?
     
  15. oldngray

    oldngray nowhere special


    It's an odd thing for Jackson Lee to say, because it was just six years ago that she helped lead a movement to impeach Bush by co-sponsoring a bill accusing him of high crimes and misdemeanors

    http://news.yahoo.com/congresswoman...ts-never-tried-to-impeach-bush-142528358.html
     
  16. moreluck

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  17. The Other Side

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    YA IT DOES moreluck.. Here's why..


    Official Summary
    Impeaches President George W. Bush for high crimes and misdemeanors.Sets forth articles of impeachment stating that President Bush, in violation of his oath of office:
    (1) illegally spent public dollars on a secret propaganda program to manufacture a false cause for war against Iraq;
    (2) misused intelligence reports to deceive Congress and the public about a connection between Saddam Hussein and al Qaeda and the the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001;
    (3) mislead Congress and the public into believing that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction and posed an imminent threat to the United States;
    (4) illegally misspent funds to begin a war in secret prior to congressional authorization;
    (5) invaded Iraq in violation of U.S. law, the United Nations Charter, and international criminal law and failed to obtain a declaration of war;
    (6) failed to protect U.S. troops in Iraq by not providing them with body and vehicle armor and promoted false stories about the deaths and injuries of members of the U.S. military;
    (7) used public funds to construct permanent U.S. military bases in Iraq;
    (8) invaded Iraq to obtain control of its oil resources;
    (9) created a secret task force to guide U.S. energy and military policy in usurpation of the role of Congress in legislating such policy;
    (10) misused classified intelligence information and conspired to identify a covert agent of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA);
    (11) established policies granting U.S. government contractors in Iraq immunity from prosecution;
    (12) recklessly misspent public dollars on private contractors in Iraq;
    (13) detained U.S. citizens and foreign captives indefinitely and without charge;
    (14) authorized torture of captives in Afghanistan and Iraq;
    (15) kidnapped and transported individuals to countries known to practice torture;
    (16) authorized the arrest and detention of at least 2,500 children as enemy combatants in violation of the Geneva Convention;
    (17) mislead Congress and the public about threats from Iran;
    (18) created secret laws through the issuance of legal opinions by the Department of Justice and violated the Posse Comitatus Act;
    (19) authorized warrantless electronic surveillance of U.S. citizens;
    (20) directed telecommunication companies to create databases of the private telephone numbers and emails of U.S. citizens;
    (21) used signing statements to claim the right to violate laws enacted by Congress;
    (22) failed to comply with congressional subpoenas and instructed former executive branch employees not to comply with such subpoenas;
    (23) tampered with the conduct of free and fair elections and corrupted the administration of justice;
    (24) conspired to violate the voting rights of U.S. citizens;
    (25) pursued policies calculated to destroy the Medicare program;
    (26) failed to prepare for the predictable disasters caused by Hurricane Katrina;
    (27) mislead Congress and the public in an effort to undermine efforts to address global climate change; and
    (28) failed to take proper steps to protect the United States against the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, obstructed investigations into such attacks, and recklessly endangered the health of first responders near the site of such attacks.


    Pretty simple stuff. BUSH was guilty on all charges.

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  18. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    Gee, what a waste of your valuable time !
     
  19. The Other Side

    The Other Side Well-Known Troll Troll

    Not a waste of my time, a waste of YOUR time in your original post.

    Bush was convicted in absentia for war crimes along with cheney, rice, rumsfeld and wolfowitz. Many attempts to arrest bush have been foiled, and the same with cheney.

    One day, they will leave the country and get picked up and sentenced to prison where they both belong. Unfortunately, cheney will be long dead before that will happen, but im pulling for bush to visit europe someplace.

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  20. Baba gounj

    Baba gounj pensioner

    (1) is in error .
    The US Congress voted for WAR.
    Please enlighten me on how a village idiot was able to fool all those really smart democrats into voting the way they did ?