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Posted on 02/23/2012 8:43:56 AM PST by Biggirl
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AND NOW . . . amidst billowing clouds of fragrant, aromatic first- and second-hand premium cigar smoke. . . it is time for . . . that harmless, lovable little fuzz ball, the highly-trained broadcast specialist, having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have, from behind the golden EIB microphone, firmly ensconced in the prestigious Attila-the-Hun chair at the Limbaugh Institute of Advanced Conservative Studies, serving humanity simply by showing up, and hes not retiring until every American agrees with him, do NOT doubt him, with shrieks of joy at the mere mention of his name...
smoke this.........I’ll defend myself whenever I f’n wanna
NORTH Dakota, Rush NOT South Dakota! sheeeshh
skittles are good, except the tropical, yuck
Greg is right, I heard Graham say that, too.
Sadly, he's also typical of the entire Zero Population Growth movement that was spouting similar....er, stuff back in the early 70's. (I'm still not convinced that all of them didn't switch over to AGW as soon as the supply of grants dried up for the ZPG scam.)
I got to experience all of that stuff from inside the belly of the beast, since I was in Grad School at the time.
Actually, Holdren makes more sense than some of the postpubescent twerps in my classes who were fans of his sort of crap logic. The only thing that saved my sanity (or, for that matter, kept me out of jail for choking one of 'em) was that there were enough other vets in the class that somebody was always close enough to put a hammerlock on me when I started to boil over.
....plus the prof running the asylum thought that getting close to violence was just a sign of enthusiasm.
Oh crap! Now that I know that Rick wants to ban skittles (or is it force me to eat them) then I am gonna say that Rush must be in the tank for Mitt!
Wow! Hunter beat YE Yang!
so i MUST be in the tank for ron paul
no, you put one between your knees! LOL just kidding
OR . . . he’s in the pocket of BIG CANDY.
spanked him....BTW I met YE.....what a real man....I mean a man’s man.....John Wayne type......
crap, that’s funny
Holdren, in his 1971 Sierra Club book, Energy: A Crisis in Power, declared that “it is fair to conclude that under almost any assumptions, the supplies of crude petroleum and natural gas are severely limited. The bulk of energy likely to flow from these sources may have been tapped within the lifetime of many of the present population.”
try the SATAN skittles...
YE was on a roll last year. Nice to know he’s one it the good guys.
the grandkid loves em...I ate a small bag and retiled the roof, rotated the truck tires and repainted the white stripes on my road in 18 minutes
he is the most mannered nice man I ever met
try guzzlin mentos and coca cola....I blew toe nails out my nose
Check this out...
Romney administration in 2005 essentially did what Barack Obama’s EPA wants to do now. He imposed CO2 emission caps the toughest in the nation in an effort to curtail traditional energy production.
Not only did Romney impose these costly new regulations, he then imposed price caps to keep power companies from passing the cost along to the consumer. As we have seen in Romney-Care, regulation and price controls eventually drive businesses into bankruptcy or relocation.
More chilling than that bit of socialist nanny-state big government interference is who Romney looked to for advice regarding the plan. As reported by these two conservative sites, it was none other than Obama’s Chief science adviser, John Holdren.
In the development of greenhouse gas policy, Romney Administration officials have elicited input from environmental and economic policy experts.
These include John Holdren, professor of environmental policy at Harvard University and chair of the NationalCommission on Energy Policy