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5 years 35 weeks ago, 10:39 AM

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Obama's new strategy

this is for all you Obama fans!

http://splodetv.com/video/gun-free-zone

(you might have to copy and paste)

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5 years 35 weeks ago, 12:35 PM

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A few words from the future Commander in Chief.

Over the past few weeks, Vice President-Elect Biden and I have announced some of the leaders who will advise us as we seek to meet America’s twenty-first century challenges, from strengthening our security, to rebuilding our economy, to preserving our planet for our children and grandchildren.  Today, I am pleased to announce members of my science and technology team whose work will be critical to these efforts.
Whether it’s the science to slow global warming; the technology to protect our troops and confront bioterror and weapons of mass destruction; the research to find life-saving cures; or the innovations to remake our industries and create twenty-first century jobs – today, more than ever before, science holds the key to our survival as a planet and our security and prosperity as a nation.  It’s time we once again put science at the top of our agenda and worked to restore America’s place as the world leader in science and technology.
Right now, in labs, classrooms and companies across America, our leading minds are hard at work chasing the next big idea, on the cusp of breakthroughs that could revolutionize our lives.  But history tells us that they can’t do it alone.  From landing on the moon, to sequencing the human genome, to inventing the Internet, America has been the first to cross that new frontier because we had leaders who paved the way: leaders like President Kennedy, who inspired us to push the boundaries of the known world and achieve the impossible; leaders who not only invested in our scientists, but who respected the integrity of the scientific process.
Because the truth is that promoting science isn’t just about providing resources – it’s about protecting free and open inquiry.  It’s about ensuring that facts and evidence are never twisted or obscured by politics or ideology.  It’s about listening to what our scientists have to say, even when it’s inconvenient – especially when it’s inconvenient.  Because the highest purpose of science is the search for knowledge, truth and a greater understanding of the world around us.  That will be my goal as President of the United States – and I could not have a better team to guide me in this work.
Dr. John Holdren has agreed to serve as Assistant to the President for Science and Technology and Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.  John is a professor and Director of the Program on Science, Technology, and Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, as well as President and Director of the Woods Hole Research Center.  A physicist renowned for his work on climate and energy, he’s received numerous honors and awards for his contributions and has been one of the most passionate and persistent voices of our time about the growing threat of climate change.  I look forward to his wise counsel in the years ahead.
John will also serve as a Co-Chair of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology – or PCAST – as will Dr. Harold Varmus and Dr. Eric Lander.  Together, they will work to remake PCAST into a vigorous external advisory council that will shape my thinking on scientific aspects of my policy priorities.
Dr. Varmus is no stranger to this work.  He is not just a path-breaking scientist, having won a Nobel Prize for his research on the causes of cancer – he also served as Director of the National Institutes of Health during the Clinton Administration.  I am grateful he has answered the call to serve once again.
Dr. Eric Lander is the Founding Director of the Broad Institute at MIT and Harvard and was one of the driving forces behind mapping the human genome – one of the greatest scientific achievements in history.  I know he will be a powerful voice in my Administration as we seek to find the causes and cures of our most devastating diseases.
Finally, Dr. Jane Lubchenco has accepted my nomination as the Administrator of NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which is devoted to conserving our marine and coastal resources and monitoring our weather.  As an internationally known environmental scientist, ecologist and former President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Jane has advised the President and Congress on scientific matters, and I am confident she will provide passionate and dedicated leadership at NOAA.
Working with these leaders, we will seek to draw on the power of science to both meet our challenges across the globe and revitalize our economy here at home.  And I’ll be speaking more after the New Year about how my Administration will engage leaders in the technology community and harness technology and innovation to create jobs, enhance America’s competitiveness and advance our national priorities.
I am confident that if we recommit ourselves to discovery; if we support science education to create the next generation of scientists and engineers right here in America; if we have the vision to believe and invest in things unseen, then we can lead the world into a new future of peace and prosperity.
Thank you, and happy holidays everybody.

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5 years 35 weeks ago, 12:44 PM

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papasan

exactly what the hell does all that BS have to do with this video?

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5 years 34 weeks ago, 5:03 PM

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papsan

I agree what does this have to do with the video at all?

It's 106 miles to Chicago, we got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses
5 years 35 weeks ago, 12:45 PM

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Liberalsan

what is your point with this?

5 years 35 weeks ago, 12:46 PM

Anonymous

hey pretty boy!

you sure can type!

5 years 34 weeks ago, 5:10 PM

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copied

that would be a copy and paste good buddy, over and out

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5 years 35 weeks ago, 12:46 PM

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Do you need me to read it to you or are the words to big for you to understand?
Clarify your request Sir.

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5 years 35 weeks ago, 12:52 PM

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Yes Greasy I can type and read, much to the thanks of our School system here in the land of freedom.

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5 years 34 weeks ago, 5:14 PM

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It is in reply to a

It is in reply to a contrived, and not very well executed babble that the video implies.
The future CIC released the weekly update and yes I posted it.

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5 years 34 weeks ago, 7:56 PM

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Papasan, has his head up somebody butt for sure. Looks like the only thing you learned in school was double talk and you have no ideal what is going on.
About the gun free zone video, that is stupid! If I'm going to use a gun in a crime in the first place, like I'm going to obey a gun free zone. Give me a break!

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5 years 34 weeks ago, 8:01 PM

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funny video

I like the "fox news" in the corner of the video too

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5 years 34 weeks ago, 12:53 AM

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fordvg, has his head up somebody butt for sure. Looks like the only thing you learned in school was double talk and you have no ideal what is going on.

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5 years 34 weeks ago, 2:45 AM

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and you are killing our country fast. I know more of what is going on in this country of our, then you will ever know. It is people like you that give the USA a bad name. You been in the sun to long and it has fried your peanut brain of your.

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