Lepantzeus

Lepantzeus

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451 weeks ago @ Big Government - Transplant Denied: How... · 0 replies · +1 points

Dear stick,

Thank you - point well taken. Under Obamacare you get a 2nd opinion - but not from
a doctor, from a bureaucrat!

- John

451 weeks ago @ Big Peace - 1-Mar-12 World View --... · 0 replies · +2 points

Dear Mr. Beausabre,

Thank you again..... SIR!

Wow - great info!

- John

452 weeks ago @ Big Government - Transplant Denied: How... · 0 replies · +3 points

Dear Majic,

Thank you.

- John

452 weeks ago @ Big Government - Transplant Denied: How... · 0 replies · +1 points

Dear iat,

Sorry, it's legal now, with Obamacare.

Sincerely,

John

452 weeks ago @ Big Government - Transplant Denied: How... · 0 replies · +3 points

Dear DL,

You're confusing topics: Drugs prescribed by a doctor
are an entirely different matter.

Sincerely,

John

452 weeks ago @ Big Peace - 1-Mar-12 World View --... · 0 replies · +2 points

Dear zeprin,

Aside from the humanitarian concerns, the trouble with
monolithic one-party totalitarian states like the DPRK is
that once they become unstable, through mismanagement
and poor policymaking, events such as a widespread
famine can lead to catastrophic instability.

This would be in a country with atomic weapons. Maintaining
some stability there does serve U.S. interests. DPRK also
borders two nuclear powers, China and Russia, and South
Korea.

Sincerely,

John Lepant Brighton CO

452 weeks ago @ Big Peace - 1-Mar-12 World View --... · 2 replies · +3 points

Dear B Sabre,

Thank you, Sir! ( Or Ma'am, as the case may be. )

Or possibly IFF codes.

Sincerely,

John Lepant Brighton CO

452 weeks ago @ Big Government - Advanced Biofuels: Bit... · 0 replies · +3 points

Gentle Readers,

Dear Mr. Hunter,

Excellent commentary - thank you, Sir!

I would add, that America's abundant coal can be used to make motor fuel
using a process known as FT:
http://www.fischer-tropsch.org/

This process can also be adapted for biofuels,
allowing for both coal and biowaste as feedstock.
( Think of coal as being 500 million year old biowaste. )

Methane can be made into Methanol, and also used as a feedstock for
the FT process, allowing for our abundant natural gas resources to be
converted to liquid motor fuel.

Estonia gets most of it's energy from oil shale, and industry it developed
as it simply lacked other available resources. The U.S. has the worlds
largest oil shale, and our shale has more energy per ton of ore than
the shale in Estonia.

There's lots of energy - we just have to convince our politicians to quit
listening to the Progressive-Socialists and Malthusian Greens and allow
development.

Sincerely,

John Lepant Brighton CO

ps: God Bless Andrew Breitbarts family.

452 weeks ago @ Big Government - Transplant Denied: How... · 8 replies · +9 points

Gentle Readers,

If a doctor prescribed the medication, the patient should receive it.

This is a preview of OBAMACARE - faceless bureaucrats interfering
in medical treatments prescribed by doctors.

Sincerely,

John Lepant Brighton CO

452 weeks ago @ Big Government - OECD Pushes Crazy Asse... · 0 replies · +7 points

Gentle Readers,

Dear Mr. Mitchell,

Thank you, Sir! May I add, in regards Mr. Samuelsons commentary:

"…the new definition has strange consequences. Suppose that all Americans doubled their incomes tomorrow, and suppose that their spending on food, clothing, housing and utilities also doubled. That would seem to signify less poverty — but not by the new poverty measure. It wouldn’t decline, because the poverty threshold would go up as spending went up. Many Americans would find this weird: People get richer but “poverty” stays stuck. "

Even more pernicious is that if EVERYONE WERE REDUCED TO DESTITUTION, then, according to this
methodology, there would be ' less poverty ' as there would be less income variance. When everyone has
zero income and zero assets, society will be perfect, according to this nonsense.

Kindest Regards,

John Lepant Brighton CO

ps: God Bless Andrew Breitbart and his family.