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Climate Change: Government’s Greed FOR Money

Comment By Bob L.
Nov. 19th 2013

To the Greed of the Government Agencies, this Country is creating the problems of so-called Global Warming, who is really the fault of Global Warming? Look around and you can see without a doubt, ALL Government Agencies, why because of their Greed for more money and taxes, why would you say that?

Lets take a look at what they are doing to this Country, look around, land is being plowed under for Ethanol, more Tax money and less food products to be available for people to put on the table around the world, more Buildings being built for increase in of Property taxes from homes and Warehouses, now what does that do to land that use to be covered with Trees, Grass and Farms that produced a food product which is being Plowed under, or Built on, so less CO2 Filtering, and Less Oxygen produced.

So where do you put the blame? One, you put it on the Government, and Two, People who have to have a new home every Two to Three years, these people can not live in a home like they did years back, and Three, more Concrete and Asphalt that covers what Buildings don’t cover, that is the biggest problem that is the cause of Global Warming, but as you can see, it is Greed that is the lead indicator for Money, so if we get back to nature with more Vegetation and less blaming the people, we can stop it without Taxes, just MORE Planting of foliage to filter out CO2.

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Global carbon emissions rise to new record in 2013: report

Reuters
Reporting by Ben Garside; editing by Jane Baird
11-18-2013

LONDON (Reuters) – Global carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels will rise to a record 36 billion metric tons (39.683 billion tons) this year, a report by 49 researchers from 10 countries said, showing the failure of governments to rein in the main greenhouse gas blamed for global warming.

The report by the Global Carbon Project, which compiles data from research institutes worldwide each year, was published in the journal Earth Systems Data Discussions on Tuesday. Continue reading

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News Media Doing What it Does Best, Nothing

Comment By Bob L.
Nov.4th 2013

The News Media is doing what it does best when it come to the Democratic Party, NOTHING but give them praise, but when it comes to the Republicans, they do every thing in their power to throw all the blame on them while the Democrats continually destroy the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, while putting Legal Americans Out of Work, and wanting to bring in people from other Countries to put Americans out of work.

These Legal Americans are the people who came here and did what it took to be a Legal American Citizen through the hard ships to call themselves Americans, just to have the Democrats bring in non-American Citizens to take jobs away from Legal hard-working Americans.

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Media Silent While Obama Makes New Power Grab

By Bobby Eberle
November 4, 2013With all the talk about the failures of Obamacare and dismal economic numbers, something happened last week that you may have missed. On Friday afternoon, which means it was overlooked by most members of the media, Barack Obama issued an executive order which could bring sweeping new power to himself and could allow him to bypass Congress all in the name of combatting “climate change.” Continue reading
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Warming Lull Haunts Authors

Comment By Bob L.
Sept. 20 2013

Here is a good example of what you see when it comes to the Rich, they are always trying to find way to take money away from the people who need it the most, and what I am talking about is Global Warming, and Obamacare, and every one of these will give the Rich money in their pockets, why do you think they are pushing so hard to keep this from being put down, the Government will get more in taxes, and the rich will win in the Stock Market, so it is a win, win for them no matter how you cut it, and a loser for the working poor.

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Warming lull haunts authors of key climate report

Associated Press
KARL RITTER
09-19-2013

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Scientists working on a landmark U.N. report on climate change are struggling to explain why global warming appears to have slowed down in the past 15 years even though greenhouse gas emissions keep rising.

Leaked documents obtained by The Associated Press show there are deep concerns among governments over how to address the issue ahead of next week’s meeting of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Continue reading

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‘Somebody’s gotta have some smarts’

Comment By Bob L.
12-11-2012

Have you ever noticed that the news media never uses comments from Republicans, they always publish what Democrats have to say, and when they do use what Republicans have to say they put a spin on it and put out of text from what was really said.

People, get your head out of your ass and stop believing the same liars that have blamed Republicans from Obama’s first day in office, even when Democrats had full control, they did nothing but complain about the Republicans, they did pass laws behind closed doors and say, you have to pass them if you want to see whats in them, have you all for gotten that it takes TWO to solve a problem, if one says yes and the other says no we are not listening. 

Look at who he is talking to Union Employees, not the average person who out of work.

1_summaryimage_45256Obama is still spending Taxpayer money to travel around blaming Republicans when Harry Reid has said from day one that they the Democrats would not pass any thing that the Republicans sent to them unless it had what they and Obama want, (like Obamacare and cap & trade, in all, more taxes on you) and that is more taxes on Business so they can profit on Cap-and-Trade, and who has to pay this tax on Business, you the dumb people who can not see the truth past your nose, this is the type of Education that our Government wants to see so they can pass laws with out the people knowing what they are doing.

The ones that you go after is The Obama’s, Harry Reid, and all Democrats who think that this is their Country not you the people who believe in this Country.

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From NH to Colo., voter disdain spreads as ‘fiscal cliff’ debate rages

By Steve Peoples, Associated Press | Associated Press
12-11-2012

HOOKSETT, N.H. (AP) — Fear and frustration course through the lunch crowd at Robie’s Country Store and Deli, a popular outpost 500 miles from where Washington is again locked in tense negotiations over taxes and spending as a critical deadline looms.

“I’m worried,” Lorraine Cadren of nearby Manchester says between bites of her chicken sandwich. Her doubt in the nation’s elected leaders is palpable: “I’m not sure what’s going to come out of Washington next.” Not that she has the time to pay much attention; the 64-year-old is unemployed and preoccupied with finding a new job as Christmas approaches.

A few tables away, John Pfeifle shares Cadren’s angst while trying to enjoy his $6.99 chicken parmesan special.

“Somebody’s gotta have some smarts,” says the 63-year-old business owner, complaining that both President Barack Obama and House Republicans seem willing to allow the nation to go over the “fiscal cliff,” triggering broad tax increases and massive spending cuts that economists warn could lead to another recession.

“I have no faith at all they’ll do the right thing,” Pfeifle said of Congress.

And why would these voters have confidence in Washington?

The scene playing out on Capitol Hill is a familiar one as lawmakers with competing ideologies wage an 11th-hour battle to avert a predictable crisis. This one comes just a year after an equally divided Washington nearly let the country default on its loan obligations — a debt-ceiling debate that contributed to the electorate’s deep lack of faith in their elected leaders and a drop in the nation’s credit rating.

Evidence of Congress’ plummeting popularity is everywhere.

From New Hampshire diners to Colorado coffee shops, weary residents report widespread concern. They relate the debate in Washington over their tax dollars with their own lives: average Americans who are struggling every day to make ends meet. And already distracted by the holidays and tired of politics after a bitter presidential campaign, they are calling on Washington to get its act together.

“It’s pathetic. Nobody’s doing their job,” said Laura Hager, a retiree from Lancaster, Pa. “The rest of the country is being held hostage to this entire situation.”

She said the uncertainty makes it difficult to shape a personal financial plan; she can’t imagine what business leaders must be going through. “Nobody can plan. Nobody knows what they’ll do,” she said.

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., warned that the public’s disgust with Congress would reach new heights if lawmakers and the White House fail to reach an accord before the year-end deadline.

“Ninety percent disapproval rating is going to go up to 99 percent disapproval,” the senator said at a panel discussion last week in Washington on the fiscal cliff’s impact on businesses.

Warner overstated Congress’ unpopularity, although not by much.

A recent Associated Press-GfK poll found that 74 percent of Americans disapprove of the way Congress is handling its job; just 23 percent approve. The figures are virtually unchanged from June and slightly above Congress’ recent low point of 12 percent approval during the debt ceiling debate in August 2011.

Some voters are trying to ignore the debate altogether, although near-constant news coverage is making that difficult, especially as Obama and his Republican opponents work to rally their supporters.

In a campaign-style event Monday in Michigan, the heart of industrial America, Obama warned that he “won’t compromise” on his demand that the wealthiest Americans pay more in taxes. Polls find that most voters agree with the president’s deficit-cutting plan to raise tax rates on income over $200,000 for individuals and $250,000 for couples, although House Republicans are reluctant to agree.

The conservative group Crossroads GPS is running television ads across the country describing Obama’s solution as “a huge tax increase” with “no real spending reforms.” ”Call President Obama and tell him it’s time to show us a balanced plan,” the ad says.

Most voters interviewed in recent days are calling for an immediate compromise and seem willing to raise taxes on the wealthy so long as the middle class is protected.

There is a vague sense that the “fiscal cliff” is more serious than other recent Capitol Hill clashes. But barely a month after the presidential contest ended, most people say they’re not following the daily developments that consume Washington.

In a Denver coffee shop, interior designer Roxann Lloyd, 42, is mystified by the sound and fury out of Washington over the cliff.

“I don’t think they have any idea what a big deal is to an average person,” she said. “I’m just ignoring it.”

Lloyd said she isn’t surprised by the partisan bickering over the issue. “I don’t feel like they are really looking out for us,” she said of Congress.

John Baker, 65, a Denver psychologist, said he had little faith in Congress’ ability to fix the problem: “I don’t think Congress can fix a flat tire.”

“It’s a typical Washington, ‘Let’s hit the panic button and keep people scared so they will let us do what we want to do,'” Baker said in a downtown Denver Starbucks. “Ultimately, it will be fixed but not until a lot of pockets are lined.”

It’s unclear whether members of Congress are hearing the message.

Rep. Charlie Bass, a New Hampshire Republican who lost his re-election bid last month, says it’s unclear whether his GOP colleagues will “face the reality that the president, at least at this point, is not going to accept anything other than a tax rate increase.”

A stalemate would result in “painful uncertainty,” Bass said, offering his caucus a bit of advice: “We best get on with it — get it done.”

Back at Robie’s, store owner Debbie Chouinard says she’s burned out from election season and “tired of all the bull.”

“I honestly haven’t been paying attention,” she said while feeding her 2-year-old granddaughter lunch during a brief lull. “People should be working together to get this country going.”

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‘Fiscal cliff’ fight heads to family home NOT DC

Comment By Bob L.
12-06-2012

Obama still up to his old tricks, instead of planting his ass in DC where it belongs, he is out blaming every one else why nothing is being done, if he was a U.S President who was Elected to protect the Constitution and All legal American Citizens and not foreign Country’s, that where he spent most of his first term in office.

Now that he was reelected we can see the same thing starting again, but he going around America trying to keep the people on his side so they think that it is the Republicans are the problem while Obama and the Democrats do nothing, Harry Reid has already said that he will reject any thing that the Republicans send to them, and Obama has also said that he will veto any thing they send to him, just another FOUR YEARS of the same as the last four years.

Now in office Obama is going to start pushing for his Cap & Trade and tax services people need and use, and Global Warming, so with that said, Obama and the Democrats (just like Obamacare) will not approve any thing unless they give him what he wants.

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Obama takes tax-hike talk to Tiffany (no, not that one)

By Olivier Knox, Yahoo! News | The Ticket
12-06-2012

President Barack Obama took his call for tax hikes on the richest Americans to Tiffany on Thursday—not the fabled jewelry store, but a high school English teacher and her middle-class family living in the Washington, D.C., suburbs.

Obama took his motorcade to Falls Church, Va., to sit down with Tiffany Santana and her husband, Richard, who works at an area Toyota dealership. Also present were Tiffany’s parents: Velma Massenburg, a child care provider, and Jimmie Massenburg, a postal worker.

At the kitchen table in the ground-floor apartment the Santanas share with their 6-year-old son, Noah, the president sounded his familiar clarion call to extend Bush-era tax cuts that chiefly benefit the middle class while raising rates on higher incomes. Obama has warned he will not sign legislation that does not raise rates on the richest Americans—a step Republicans have thus far rejected.

“It’s very important that we get this done now, that we don’t wait,” Obama said to the Santanas. “We’re in the midst of the Christmas season; I think the American people are counting on this getting solved. The closer it gets to the brink, the more stressed they’re going to be.

“They’re keeping it together, they’re working hard, they’re meeting their responsibilities,” Obama continued. “For them to be burdened unnecessarily because Democrats and Republicans aren’t coming together to solve this problem gives you a sense of the costs involved in very personal terms.”Failure to reach a deal would send the country over the so-called fiscal cliff, a package of tax hikes and deep spending cuts that threaten to plunge the economy into a new recession. The White House estimates that a typical middle-class family might pay $2,200 more to Uncle Sam.

“That translates into $200 billion of less consumer spending next year” overall, the president said. “And that’s bad for businesses large and small. It’s bad for our economy. It means less folks are being hired, and we can be back in a downward spiral instead of the kind of virtuous cycle that we want to see.”

The White House picked Santana from the thousands of families that have shared on its website what the fiscal cliff would mean for them—and released a video showing the family discussing the potential impact. (Details are courtesy of pool reporter Allison Sherry of the Denver Post’s Washington Bureau.)

“The message that I think we all want to send to members of Congress is this is a solvable problem,” Obama said.

Locked in seemingly stalled negotiations with Republicans opposed to the tax hike, the president has been waging an aggressive PR war to keep the public on his side in the dispute. In addition to his brief foray into Falls Church, the president will sit down for an interview with People magazine just days after doing one with Bloomberg TV. And the White House has been active online as well, emailing supporters to keep them engaged after the hard-fought 2012 presidential campaign and promoting a Twitter hashtag, #My2K, for users to weigh in.

Obama wants to let Bush-era tax cuts expire for individuals making more than $200,000 and families pulling in more than $250,000. He argues that the alternative is cuts to programs that the White House regards as fostering economic growth—things like college loan programs and infrastructure investments. Republicans have refused to let income tax rates on the wealthiest rise back to Clinton-era levels, warning that this will hurt some small businesses and take investment cash out of the economy.

 

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If It is Born,Walks,Talks,Then Tax Until It Kills,Then Tax That

Comment By Bob L.
06-30-2012

Now that the IRS is involved, you can forget about this health care being covered here in the United States, Obama will use it for other Countries as he has said in the past, if you think back a few years, he made the comment that Africans need help in Health care and this is why he is for Cap and Tax, to take away

from Americans and give it to the world because we have so much money here. Continue reading

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This Is A Sad Day For American, It May Already Be Gone

My Opinion By Bob L.
06-28-2012

In his Obamacare ruling, John Roberts called the president a tax-and-spend liberal

This Is A Sad Day For Most Americans, they are saying to get on with getting people back to work, but if any one with any BRAINS should know that a company can not hire people if they are close to going BANKRUPT if this Government puts more Regulations and Taxes on these Companies, but this is what this Country want, is to put this Country under one WORLD control, not sure check Government operations since the death of JFK. Continue reading

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Global Warming Man Made Yes Or No: Salton Sea.

Comment By Bob L.
Mon.04-30-2012

Is Global Warming caused from man, YES, but NOT  from the way you would think, it is caused by GREED for money, this has already been proven that was a scam, think about it if you are SMART, lets start with the Ice Age, did man have Oil Refineries, Coal fired Generating Plants, Steel Mills, Cars and Trucks, or was Man even around then?

They say that Ice covered the earth, what happen to make the ice start to melt, and keep it melting, does any one really know?
Does any one know when man arrived on earth? Does any know when fire was first used? And the BIG question what caused the ice to start melting? Was it man or the solar system and the earths rotation, or was it volcano’s became active? How about something from outer space like a comet hitting earth? Continue reading

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Nine not Eight Reasons Gas Will Hit $5 This Year

Comment By Bob L.
Wed.02-29-2012

Obama wants this, he has already said he was not going to do any thing about it, remember he said when ELECTED he was going to raise the cost of Gas, Electricity, Water, Natural Gas, and Coal through Cap and Tax, or was it Tax and Cap, but what he is going to do is let these running for President put their foot in their mouth, and then cut prices so it look like he is on the Americans side then get ReElected, then Nelly bar the DOOR because he will let prices go where he wants them to go, just like he did with Obamacare, let some one else draw it up and then turn it over to the Democrats to sell it and push it through. And the worst problem is, the backers of Obama will help him do it.

Number 9: Environmental Protection Agency & Energy Czar
Obama and the EPA, shutting down Refineries, and Blocking and Pulling Permits.

Why Gasoline Prices Are So Different Around the US

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Eight Reasons Gas Will Hit $5 This Year

24/7 Wall St
By Paul Ausick and Douglas A. McIntyre | 24/7 Wall St
Tue, Feb 28, 2012 Continue reading

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Environmentalist Beware of what you Ask For

Comment By Bob L.
Tue.02-28-2012

Californians and Environmentalist you have asked for the sky, the moon, and now you are getting what you asked for, runaway gas prices cars that no one is going to be able to afford, next it will be Utilities, like heating, lighting, water, and all transportation, except you YUPPIES who want it all your way, well you are now getting your wish, you now have the Sky and the Moon, and maybe the loss of your JOB, if so it could not happen to what ever you call your selves now.

You vote in People who you know will give you what you want and make every one else pay for it, well you are now all going to pay for what you asked for, we now have the start of the Destruction of America and on the road to Foreign Rule.

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Gas prices climb for 20th day

By CNNMoney staff@CNNMoneyMarkets
February 27, 2012

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Gas prices continued their march toward $4 on Monday, rising for the 20th day in a row.

The nationwide average rose to $3.70 a gallon, up one cent from a day earlier, according to the motorist group AAA.

Only a month ago, the nationwide average was $3.41 a gallon.

Average prices for regular gasoline are more than $4 a gallon in California, Alaska and Hawaii. Gas prices are just shy of the $4 mark in New York, Connecticut, and Washington, D.C., according to AAA. The lowest average gas prices are in Wyoming and Colorado, where a gallon is going for less than $3.20.

Gas prices have been rising on the back of soaring oil prices, which have surged 10% over the past month amid fears that tensions with Iran will lead to an all-out war that causes a disruption in oil supplies.

Check gas prices in your state

Why oil prices keep on climbing 

Signs of an improving economy have also been boosting oil prices, along with the stock market, which has seen the S&P 500 (SPX) rise by more than 8% in 2012.

With gas prices soaring, politicians have been touting their plans to lower prices at the pump.

Newt Gingrich, struggling to regain momentum in the Republican presidential primary, is leading the way — promising to get prices down to $2.50 per gallon.  To top of page

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