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  1. SlightlySlow commented on Tom Toles 27 days ago

    …and your’s on coal.

  2. SlightlySlow commented on Nick Anderson about 1 month ago

    Yo…we’re a Republic, which means we elect a representative, supposedly, the smartest among us…to appraise the situation and vote accordingly…the electorate will usually send “our kind”, but the representative has no constraints on their vote. Once in D.C. there is a gentleman who usually sees that the vote follows party lines. His tittle is party “Whip”. Comply or die. BTW, that’s why Independents caucus. They may look good on the stump, but must align with either major party or will become about as useless as a tit on a boar hog.

  3. SlightlySlow commented on Tom Toles about 1 month ago

    Correct me if I’m wrong…
    But don’t the Democrats control majority vote of Senate?
    Majority rules.
    Who’s blocking what then?

  4. SlightlySlow commented on Dana Summers 6 months ago

    At the press WH briefing, the question was asked “While in Texas will Obama visit the border”, and the answer, “No side trips are planned”. And the reason for the Texas trip…to attend three Democrat fund raisers. The crisis would be a “side trip”!!! That’s our prez!!! What are we paying this guy for?

  5. SlightlySlow commented on Mike Luckovich 6 months ago

    NeoconMan…If you had checked “All About Global Warming” you would have realized that Adrian Vance has broken down the numbers proving that an increase in CO2 could not cause any catastrophe the alarmist predict. Which, would strengthen your argument…but you didn’t. In fact, a quick check of the periodic table and a multiplication formula any 6 year old or some high school graduates can solve will verify his paper. The AGW people are barking up the wrong tree. AGW, never, GW, very questionable. But doing some research may be too much to ask of the people posting here…but one can hope. BTW, I’ve been a Republican since 1962, the first year I could vote. But then who cares.

  6. SlightlySlow commented on Mike Luckovich 6 months ago

    Thank you for clarifying that. I was somewhat confused. Recently I spoke with an old classmate of mine at Texas A&M. A scientist at NASA since 1962, and still with NASA and active in his field of gas reactions in space, writer of a zillion papers, who tells me that James Handsen has become an embarrassment to NASA because of his fringe AGW belief. If I remember correctly, Handsen was often quoted, until recently, as being the go to guy because of his association with NASA, that the AGW folks point to as their poster child. So maybe, just maybe, science is not settled on this issue?

    I recommend reading a short paper written by Adrian Vance on the properties of CO2, it goes into a little more depth than you might find in the New York Times.
    “All About Global Warming” @ Amazon.com well worth the 30 minutes and 2.99 change they charge for the Kindle edition. It’s my understanding that none of the original computer models have proven true on the original input… In my field, we say, sh*t in, sh*t out. I do love a good argument though.

  7. SlightlySlow commented on Mike Luckovich 6 months ago

    And why is AGW called a hypothesis?

  8. SlightlySlow commented on Mike Luckovich 6 months ago

    I’m thinking, oil makes the wheels go round. Try doing without it for awhile…then talk stupid and motivation. See if anybody listens.

  9. SlightlySlow commented on Mike Luckovich 6 months ago

    Mike Luckovich, Über Liberal par excellence. What a funny guy. His material may be a little dated, hey, he writes a great strip….brings the old crazies right outa the wood work. But…I wonder why he stirs the pot? History has proven “W” correct in deposing Sadam and his two certifiable sons, their insanity makes Stalin and Pol Pot look benevolent…and he acted on the best advice from every intelligence agency in the “free world”. That would include our own CIA’s, who’s head, George Tenet, a Clinton appointee and holdover, so famously adivsed Bush that Sadam had WMD and would use them, “a slam dunk”. A listing of Sadam’ atrocities’ track record is overwhelming: an ongoing war with Iran, rape of Kuwait, genicide of the southern Shites, thousands in mass graves, gassing of the Kurds, villages bulldozed, daily threats to Israel, thief of the national treasury, violation of UN sanctions…and a scary thought, the third largest standing army in the world. When do you say, enough is enough. Bush tipping point may have been 9/11, we had troops in the field, boom, bang, Sadam is gone and 40 million people are free. So far, so good. So…how did we come to this. Headlines: Iraq Implodes? Kinda makes you wonder who pulled the plug.

  10. SlightlySlow commented on Nick Anderson 10 months ago

    I wonder what the painting would look like. Maybe a hoop shot, because the CIA said…“slam dunk” when asked if Iraq had WMD. Or…perhaps perhaps a gaggle of geese because France, Germany, England and Israel thought so to. Or…perhaps a bunch of clowns from the posturing of Saddam and his certifiably insane sons.