Pages

Monday, June 19, 2017

Open Mic


28 comments:

rrb said...



i read somewhere recently that this imbecile is going to run for president in 2020.

C.H. Truth said...

Common Liberal Core math problem #2

If you divide 93 million by 57 states... how many deaths every day per state?

rrb said...



that's a lot of corpse men.

opie said...

. how many deaths every day per state?

Need to know how many bullets you have and how many bullets it takes to eliminate each individual.

KD, All that Dying said...

I hate to add more math to this but, Alky gave us this on the Hospice Blog.

TrumpCare Will Leave 23,000,000 Americans Left To Die" ALky


OMG funny, those that know so little of US History are found dumb on all issues.


Historically Recent Human Inventions and neither is a RIGHT!
Retirement
Health Care Insurance

KD, said...

Need to know how many bullets you have and how many bullets it takes to eliminate each individual." oDopie the anal rimmer

WTF?

KD, Sorry Never Trumpers, you know so little said...

I have some bad news for those of you that invest like ALky, The Dow just hit a new high.

opie said...

bad news for those of you that invest like ALky,

Or those who think JC Penney has a future in the modern world, like coal....deader than most. LOL

opie said...

oDopie the anal rimmer

Wonder why pauline doesn't obsess over your homosexual aspirations????? LOL

Good old James said...

McConnell Will Force Health Care Vote Next Week

Jonathan Swan: “Sources close to Mitch McConnell tell me the Majority Leader is dead serious about forcing a Senate vote on the Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill before the July 4 holiday.

“Some senators want to delay the vote but McConnell views that as delaying the inevitable. There are no mysteries about what the toughest disagreements are over — Medicaid funding and insurance market regulations.”
“This week is crucial: the Senate won’t vote without a CBO score, which means they need to finalize negotiations this week.”
_________________

IOW, McConnell Will Force GOP to
a) Cut Its Own Throat
b) Look Foolish in Failure
c) Both

Loretta said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling and spamming.

opie said...

I'm sure, CH, you knew this was coming.....More FAKE science......LOL

May 2017 was the planet's third warmest May since record keeping began in 1880, said NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) on Monday. NASA rated May 2017 as the second warmest May on record. The only warmer May in NASA records was just last year, in 2016, while the month came in just behind May 2016 and May 2015 in the NOAA data. Minor differences can occur between the NASA and NOAA rankings because of their different techniques for analyzing data-sparse regions such as the Arctic.

Global ocean temperatures last month were the third warmest on record for any May, according to NOAA, and global land temperatures were the seventh warmest on record. Global satellite-measured temperatures for the lowest 8 km of the atmosphere were the third warmest for any May in the 39-year record, according to the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH).

Second-warmest year on record thus far
May 2017 ranked as the eighteenth warmest month (expressed as the departure of temperature from average) of any month in the global historical record in the NASA database. The extreme warmth of January 2017 (thirteenth warmest month of any month in NASA’s database), February 2017 (sixth warmest), March 2017 (fifth warmest) and now April and May (tied for eighteenth warmest) gives 2017 a good chance of becoming Earth’s second warmest year on record, behind 2016. This is especially remarkable given the presence of weak La Niña conditions in late 2016 and early 2017. Global temperatures tend to be warmer during El Niño than during La Niña, as the ocean releases more heat to the atmosphere during El Niño events.

Antarctic sea ice no longer setting record lows--barely
Sea ice surrounding Antarctica was at unprecedented lows in recent months, setting an all-time monthly minimum extent record each month during the five-month period November 2016 – March 2017. However, monthly Antarctic sea ice extent in both April and May of 2017 was the second lowest on record for their respective months, just behind the record lows set in 1980.

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/may-2017-top-three-warm-may-globally

rrb said...

Second-warmest year on record thus far
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

pretty impressive for a planet that's 4.5 BILLION years old.

opie said...

pretty impressive for a planet that's 4.5 BILLION years old.

Gee, pretty impressive post about nothing. LOL

opie said...

The man is dumber than a brick.....I guess his reasoning that ocean temps rising has nothing to do with man altering the climate. Even CH knows better than that and he is less of a scientist than Perry......LOL

Energy Secretary Rick Perry says CO2 is not the main driver of climate change
Energy Secretary Rick Perry says he does not believe CO2 emissions from human activity are the primary driver of climate change.
That view is at odds with the conclusions of the Environmental Protection Agency, NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt also told CNBC in March he does not believe global warming is primarily caused by CO2.
Tom DiChristopher | @tdichristopher

Texas Gov. Rick Perry campaigning for Senate Republican candidate and North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis, Oct. 24, 2014, in Smithfield, North Carolina US Energy Secretary Rick Perry: CO2 is not the primary control knob for climate change
23 Hours Ago | 01:50
Energy Secretary Rick Perry told CNBC on Monday he does not believe carbon dioxide emissions from human activity are the main driver of climate change, joining the EPA administrator in casting doubt on the conclusion of some of the government's top scientists.

Asked whether CO2 emissions are primarily responsible for climate change, Perry told CNBC's "Squawk Box": "No, most likely the primary control knob is the ocean waters and this environment that we live in."

Dayum talk about circular logic.....!!!!!

Amused, James said...

I guess Rat didn't see "on record."
It was hotter when the earth was still a molten mass, but no one was keeping records then.

(Maybe even Rat can understand that.)

opie said...

(Maybe even Rat can understand that.)

Only if it concerned beaners......

Amused, James said...

It’s ‘Health Care or Bust’ for Republicans

I PREDICT IT WILL BE BUST.

First Read: “Republicans are preparing for a marathon of votes on their Obamacare repeal starting next week. There’s no written bill yet, and there isn’t even an agreement that has leadership comfortable they have 50 votes to pass a bill. But the new expectation on Capitol Hill is there will be an outline of a proposal as soon as Wednesday. Why? Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell knows that if the Senate doesn’t deal with health care, there’s little chance of any other GOP priority ever seeing the light of day.

“It’s an incredibly tough issue that’s been a bad political storyline for both Congress and the White House, and he’s essentially betting that when faced with voting yes or no on Obamacare repeal, he’ll have the votes he needs. And if those votes aren’t there — well — they’ll at least have moved on to other things. Keep in mind there’s pressure to lift the debt ceiling in July and then there will be a government funding crisis in September. (And they’re gone in August.)”

Amused, James said...

Flashback Quote of the Day

“This is a very important issue. You know, we shouldn’t try to do it in the dark. And whatever final bill is produced should be available to the American public and to the members of the Senate, certainly, for enough time to come to grips with it… And we are going to insist — and the American people are going to insist — that it be done in a transparent, a fair and open way.”
— Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY), quoted by NBC News on October 2, 2009, nearly three months before passage of the Affordable Care Act.

caliphate4vr said...

As always liberal butt hurt when their tactics are used against them.

opie said...

As always liberal butt hurt when their tactics are used against them.


The old small minded loretta logic....they did it first....LOLOLOL Feel better now, fat head??????

Commonsense said...

You can just say "I surrender" Opie.

Loretta said...

Fatty always loses.

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

Loretta said...

Obnoxious James Boswell trolling

opie said...

Commonsense said...
You can just say "I surrender" Opie.

June 20, 2017 at 10:30 AM
Blogger Loretta said...
Fatty always loses.

Wow, such intellect from our 2 losers. No wonder why trump has you brainwashed, easy to lead and control. As our injun cunt in chief again show me why she is a complete ass and a worthless, mindless troll.