As far as taking notes, Justaman and willgrr, I've got better things to do than tracking your political rants and raves.
Roosters crow, don't they? So do some anonymous individuals, willgrr excepted.
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Totally on subject...what is your failure rate garr? Is it still 79% on posts removed? And you continually cry to the Minot Daily for that but take heart; you can pull from a bevy of alias's.
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locomotive Feb-05-14 9:15 PM
Take notes locomotive!
I'm focused on Kevin Cramer. One good man or woman regardless of party affiliation and he's gone!
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No, Justaman, I was asking if your claim CAN be independently verified.
Right now, all we have is your own assertion that you and willgrr were responsible for making Rick Berg history.
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You can independently verify if you'ld like locomotive.
It was my pleasure to vote for & support an independent woman,Heidi Heitkamp, for US Senator of North Dakota.
Had voting results differed in central & western ND we would have a spineless yesman representing us.DC is full of them and that's a big problem!
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"My postings on Bismarck Tribune are a matter of internet history and with the help of Bill Garr so is Rick Berg!"
So is that claim about Rick Berg something that can be independently verified?
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FreedomRings Feb-05-14 7:36 PM
You have made posts right after mine that make no sense to me FreedomRings.
In fact, they have nothing to do with my posts so if you want to dial up customer service on this site to prove something, exchange email address or phone # by all means go ahead.
My postings on Bismarck Tribune are a matter of internet history and with the help of Bill Garr so is Rick Berg!
"Numbers and republicans.Thats like giving a botlle of whiskey to a drunk.How we can get from 50 to 100,000 is beyond me."
POST OF THE DAY!
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Legend, ethanol isn't all it's cracked up to be. We've been through this before. It's hard on small engines, for one.
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I've seen Justaman at the Bis Trib.
Glad you old friends got to meet up again.
I can't believe the free speeching that goes on here!!
Our nationwide expert on propane said higher exports shorted our domestic supplies and caused the price to double. He said nothing about drying corn 4 ethanol. Oil will lie about ethanol at every opportunity. Any alternative to gas/diesel threatens their massive profits and they will bad mouth any alternative energy source. I would rather pay a local farmer than some tycoon living in Dubai Ports World.
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garr, you know very well that I'm not Dustoff and ndvetrn as ndvetrn is you.
Along with your other alias's Napoleon, AtticusFinch and billlldoesntgitit just to name a few. Just be honest for a change hoaxster.
Slide ,Just a matter of time and you will have another DEMOCRAT as President. We love it.Goinpeace
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Numbers and republicans.Thats like giving a botlle of whiskey to a drunk.How we can get from 50 to 100,000 is beyond me.Must be the blockers math.I think I'll stick to the basics.Goinpeace
Why are dirt poor people so determined to fight for wealthy oil corporations?
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who unsuccessfully sought the Republican presidential nomination in 2012, once pegged the number of potential pipeline jobs at being anywhere from "100,000 to one million."
A financial analysis paid for by TransCanada also said another 250,000 to 550,000 some spin-off jobs could be created over the 100-year life of the project.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the nation's largest business advocacy group, supports construction of the pipeline. Its president and chief executive officer, Thomas J. Donohue, called on the Obama administration to approve construction, saying it would create a quarter million new American jobs.
Boehner claimed later in January 2012 that the Keystone pipeline would create "over 100,000 indirect jobs" as well some 20,000 direct jobs.
Hi VERTSITAS, remember me?
landslide2014 Feb-05-14 3:05 PM
"Justa whats the CBO Obamacare story got to do with the pipline.. Too much spirts with your lunch????"
If I'm not mistaken, you posted the fallacious misleading story by the media on job losses from Obamacare yesterday on 3 different unrelated polls & editorials.
Am I correct?
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The media’s massive revisions on CBO-Obamacare story
By Erik Wemple February 4 at 7:03 pm
In January of 2010, Trans-Canada CEO Russell Girling claimed that the project would produce 13,000 construction jobs. In April of 2011 the number grew to 20,000, which the Canadian Ambassador reiterated in August 2011. In January 2012 the number was revised back down to 13,000 and this past April the company revised that number even lower, to 9,000 construction jobs. Meanwhile, both the federal government and the Global Labor Institute at Cornell University’s College of Industrial and Labor Relations examined TransCanada’s application and made their own job creation estimates, at 6,000-6,500 and 2,500-4,500 respectively. A State Department study projects only 35 permanent jobs in pipeline maintenance and inspection.
John Boehner 01-31-14 100,000 shovel ready jobs.John Hoeven 04-2012 as many as 200,000.
Maybe when*****freezes. Oil is red and does not miss a chance to bash our president. Now they whine because they can't trick or treat at the white house. I would be all 4 it if it made economic sense. Approving the line is as dumb as storing their nuclear waste. Maybe they could approve his jobs bill and raise the min. wage to sweeten the pot. What fool would drill oil without a good transport system? Maybe next time they will think b4 they try to steamroll their way and bash at will. I am proud our Pres. stood up to them. They needed a spanking.
Never, the less oil we have the less likely we can afford to bomb another country
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wellchild, you got most of that right, but all you have to do is look at the blogs and the last line should read, "Respond to!!!"" Look no further than rushslide, Mules, whistler/, and others and you find hate flowing from their keyboards. Get real, child.
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Always fun to see that PJ and Goinpeace have nothing but hate speach to respond with.
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let the Canadians refine this crap in Canada! They need the jobs as well as other countries. Then IF they want to export the finished product, then and only then there skould be a eay to do that!!
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Canada has been unable to secure 2 proposed western routes to export these tar sands and an eastern route is said to have no chance.
Canadians are 46/47% for & against the very development of these tar sands while Americans seem headed towards those same numbers.
20 famous German scientists have resigned from a Canadian funded study citing influence. The EU's proposed fuel quality directive reducing carbon emissions would be compromised by refining the world's dirtiest crude.
Industrialized nations do not regard refined tar sands contracted to Asian markets as environmentally or economically sound at this time.
With all the available data, this project should have been dead in the water 5 yrs. ago.
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