Rick Santorum

Discussion in 'Killingsworth Court, Formerly The General Forum' started by IronSkillet, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. Over the last several weeks, the board has had discussions on some of the most controversial topics around -- topics that elicit strong emotions on both sides. There have been several instances of passionate, but civil discourse during those weeks, and plenty of instances where the discourse was anything but civil. This board is infinitely more enjoyable and educational when it's civil. I wish everyone would make a committment to keep things civil -- not worrying about how anyone else is acting, but taking personal responsibility and acting the right way.
     
  2. :eek:hmy: :eek:hmy: :eek:hmy: :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

    Ever hear the old saying about taking your own advice? :wink:


    Lemme tell ya something about advice Uni. One has to be willing to RECEIVE it as well as give it.
     
  3. That link doesn't really support any of your claims. It doesn't claim that coal-fired plants have declined and only claims that they might, if the owners decide against going with cleaner coal (which isn't really all that clean, but is relatively better). Personally, I'm willing to pay a little more for cleaner energy production.
     
  4. Unfortunately, professional managerial training did not teach you to be civil.
     
  5. Duq, as I read that , what he actually is saying is that Obama has enforced upon him a belief in supply and demand.
     
  6. he is a pathologist..... are you suggesting that he is snorting formaldahyde?
     
  7. Some people will never get it.

    Its not the opinions they espouse that makes them pariahs. Its the manner in which they do it, and it forces us to respond accordingly. Empahsis on 'respond'.

    I could easily hit the report button several times a day. Instead I can count on one hand I've done so because I'd rather fight muy own battles. Some can dish it out but can't take it. Really that simple.
     
  8. One good thing.........least nobody can blame THIS ONE on ole Whiskey Dude! :laugh: Ive pretty much stayed out of this one for the most part.


    See,.........I leave you kids alone for 5 minutes and all hell breaks loose! Damn kids anyway! You know,......if some of you would be more the caring ,compassionate, civil type as I am we wouldnt have these kind of problems. Ive tried to be an example for you kids, but like a man standing in front of the ocean attempting to push back the tide its been an uphill battle all the way. I can only do just so much you see.......:biggrin:
     
  9. You rich guys are all alike. :biggrin: :rolleyes:
     


  10. it is the illuminati....... shhh.....




     
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  12. Love the discussions/debates that are civil.

    It's really not that hard.
     
  13. For once I am proud of Whiskey (surprised, but proud) because he resisted the temptation to make a bad thread worse.:happy:
     
  14. Im proud of you too Scribe! :biggrin:


    Hey. im a GOOD GUY! When Im sleeping that is! :wink: Problem is, eventually I wake up! :laugh:
     
  15. +1, or perhaps even a million.

    and perhaps I shouldn't have given up alcohol for Lent, because it is more difficult to just overlook ridiculous posts in the evening.
     
  16. Well actually it does but there is more to the story. TXU, the biggest provider in Texas, proposed to build 6 more coal fired plants. They initially got approval. Wanna guess what happened next? Hint: It has something to do with enviro-nazis, lawyers, tougher EPA regulations, and a democrat activist judge.

    Now, it does indeed say that coal fired plants are declining. You did not that a few around Pennsylvania are closing up in the next few years? Sure hope there is some replacement for the electricity on the near horizon. Bet you do to.
     
  17. It would be neat if we could find a new source for natural gas to generate electricity. Where in the fracking world would we find that, though?

    For that matter, what about if we would guarantee some investment in new nuclear plants?
     

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