Who Said This?

“I am sick and tired of people who say that if you debate and you disagree with this administration somehow you’re not patriotic. We should stand up and say we are Americans and we have a right to debate and disagree with any administration.”

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16 Responses to Who Said This?

  1. GeologyJim says:

    If HRC decides to run in 2016, the entire Republican ad program should be a constant loop of her screeching these words.

    Plus the “At this point in time, what difference does it make?!” line

    Plus all of the Socialist-karma crap of the last 3 years

    But mostly the “SCREECH”

  2. gator69 says:

  3. Stephen Richards says:

    Ladies and Gentlemen, You are taking the pé&ss out of your next president.

  4. philjourdan says:

    Yea, Steven, that one was too easy. That is like asking who create the movie Inconvenient Truth. That screech will be her epitaph.

  5. Pathway says:

    The wicked witch of the west.

  6. Ken Barber says:

    On The People’s Cube, she’s known as “The Many-Titted Empress.”


  7. mtminer says:

    I thought you might find this excerpt from a Live Science article by Becky Oskin amusing. Typical AGW Alarmist Orwellian Doublethink if you ask me. Not one but two Orwellian Doublethinks back to back.

    Surprise! Fish lurk in Antarctica’s dark underworld

    By Becky Oskin
    Published January 23, 2015
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    Life at the grounding line is limited to about 33 feet of freedom between the ice and seafloor, in seawater about 28 degrees Fahrenheit. The drillers had hoped to find the outflow from Lake Whillans but saw no evidence of estuary-like brackish water, Tulaczyk said.

    The researchers also retrieved samples of the sediment and seawater, to investigate how Antarctica’s ice shelves are responding to rising ocean temperatures. Models suggest that Antarctica’s floating ice is melting from below as ocean temperatures increase. Because ice shelves hold back glaciers on land, as the shelves shrink, these flowing glaciers may speed up, boosting sea level rise by dropping ice into the ocean more quickly.

    The seawater temperature measured at the drill site was warm enough to melt ice, Tulaczyk said. “Just by measuring the seawater properties, we will be able to verify the theoretical predictions people have been making for decades now,” he said. “I think this will be the reference point for what the conditions are at grounding lines. I’m quite confident that it’s not representative of every place, but it establishes a baseline.”

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