Melting ice to blame for ground-shaking in Clintonville?

Mar 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WTMJ-AM Milwaukee

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Obama new energy plan Earth Farts causing this and global warming...LOLOL
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The republicans are initiating a secret bombing campaign. They’ve been clamoring for us to start another large scale war someplace. They can only go so long between starting wars, before they begin to get worried about reminding the world that we have big guns, big bombs, and lots of young people to send into questionable places.
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California is selling off unwanted earthquakes to unsuspecting little towns in the midwest.
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enough wrote:
The republicans are initiating a secret bombing campaign. They’ve been clamoring for us to start another large scale war someplace. They can only go so long between starting wars, before they begin to get worried about reminding the world that we have big guns, big bombs, and lots of young people to send into questionable places.
Oh, I didn't realize we had big guns left. I thought Obama took them all apart. Now we are broke AND powerless, I wonder how long we'll keep our world power status like that???? I wonder what four more years of change will do to our country? Hmmmmm just a thought.......... DUMBASS!!!! I could go on and on, but I really need to go beg for change so I can get some gas.
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Randy moss beating his head on the goal post?
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Nate wrote:
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Oh, I didn't realize we had big guns left. I thought Obama took them all apart. Now we are broke AND powerless, I wonder how long we'll keep our world power status like that???? I wonder what four more years of change will do to our country? Hmmmmm just a thought.......... DUMBASS!!!! I could go on and on, but I really need to go beg for change so I can get some gas.
No you really don't need to go on, because you’re a fool. We are by far the largest military force in the world. No contest. If we cut it in half, that would still be true. It’s also apparent now, that the size is secondary to the level of technology. We’ve obviously done better recently, with small forces that have better tools, than we have previously blowing entire countries to smithereens. We’ve rebuilt too many counties on the backs of the American taxpayers. We are all feeling the pain of high gas prices….. All except oil company beneficiaries, and Wall St Speculators that is. Blame Obama for high gas if you like, but in 2008 the same thing happened to Bush, and the republicans said it wasn’t his fault. If Republicans have the answers, why didn’t they “Fix” the problem then? Funny how things change. We’ve increase off shore drilling by 350% in the last 4 years. Overall US domestic oil production is up by almost 10%. The problem is, oil companies sell our domestic oil overseas instead of keeping it here - because…. they make more profit. The oil industry operates as a cartel with prices set by speculators. It doesn’t matter where it comes from, or how much, the price is what the speculators think it should be - worldwide. We could go back to regulation, and make the oil companies accountable, but conservatives HATE any regulation. We can also open the conversation about how Dick Cheney, in 2001 appointed oil company executives as directors our US energy policies. This seems to be a conflict of interest to me, and it also seems to be the point at which our oil and gas prices lost any stability.
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<quoted text> No you really don't need to go on, because you’re a fool. We are by far the largest military force in the world. No contest. If we cut it in half, that would still be true. It’s also apparent now, that the size is secondary to the level of technology. We’ve obviously done better recently, with small forces that have better tools, than we have previously blowing entire countries to smithereens. We’ve rebuilt too many counties on the backs of the American taxpayers. We are all feeling the pain of high gas prices….. All except oil company beneficiaries, and Wall St Speculators that is. Blame Obama for high gas if you like, but in 2008 the same thing happened to Bush, and the republicans said it wasn’t his fault. If Republicans have the answers, why didn’t they “Fix” the problem then? Funny how things change. We’ve increase off shore drilling by 350% in the last 4 years. Overall US domestic oil production is up by almost 10%. The problem is, oil companies sell our domestic oil overseas instead of keeping it here - because…. they make more profit. The oil industry operates as a cartel with prices set by speculators. It doesn’t matter where it comes from, or how much, the price is what the speculators think it should be - worldwide. We could go back to regulation, and make the oil companies accountable, but conservatives HATE any regulation. We can also open the conversation about how Dick Cheney, in 2001 appointed oil company executives as directors our US energy policies. This seems to be a conflict of interest to me, and it also seems to be the point at which our oil and gas prices lost any stability.
Haha. All I saw was blah blah blah! I would like to see the proof of off shore drilling up by 350% because that is simply untrue. As far as us being the biggest military force... That may be true but we will never really know. The fact is that we owe other countries (China) a lot of money. We are in debt to China. Is that okay with you? It's not with me. I make no excuses for either party. When gas prices were up under the republicans I was just as upset. But you are one those people who will not cross a party line for anything. So get into your pature with the rest of the sheep.

Maybe if we all just close our eyes and pretend it's all okay... it will be!!! get a set and stand for what you believe in, not what a political party tells you.
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I believe in sound reasoning and evidence...you just like to bitch...you must be a republican
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Haha. All I saw was blah blah blah! I would like to see the proof of off shore drilling up by 350% because that is simply untrue. As far as us being the biggest military force... That may be true but we will never really know. The fact is that we owe other countries (China) a lot of money. We are in debt to China. Is that okay with you? It's not with me. I make no excuses for either party. When gas prices were up under the republicans I was just as upset. But you are one those people who will not cross a party line for anything. So get into your pature with the rest of the sheep.
Maybe if we all just close our eyes and pretend it's all okay... it will be!!! get a set and stand for what you believe in, not what a political party tells you.
Blah Blah Balh is all you saw? Nut-wagon!
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<quoted text> No you really don't need to go on, because you’re a fool. We are by far the largest military force in the world. No contest. If we cut it in half, that would still be true. It’s also apparent now, that the size is secondary to the level of technology. We’ve obviously done better recently, with small forces that have better tools, than we have previously blowing entire countries to smithereens. We’ve rebuilt too many counties on the backs of the American taxpayers. We are all feeling the pain of high gas prices….. All except oil company beneficiaries, and Wall St Speculators that is. Blame Obama for high gas if you like, but in 2008 the same thing happened to Bush, and the republicans said it wasn’t his fault. If Republicans have the answers, why didn’t they “Fix” the problem then? Funny how things change. We’ve increase off shore drilling by 350% in the last 4 years. Overall US domestic oil production is up by almost 10%. The problem is, oil companies sell our domestic oil overseas instead of keeping it here - because…. they make more profit. The oil industry operates as a cartel with prices set by speculators. It doesn’t matter where it comes from, or how much, the price is what the speculators think it should be - worldwide. We could go back to regulation, and make the oil companies accountable, but conservatives HATE any regulation. We can also open the conversation about how Dick Cheney, in 2001 appointed oil company executives as directors our US energy policies. This seems to be a conflict of interest to me, and it also seems to be the point at which our oil and gas prices lost any stability.
Remember when President Bush was responsible for $4 per gallon gas? I do. Remember when it was his BIG OIL BUDDIES fault? Remember that? So, liberals... now we're back to $4 per gallon gas and now it's not president Obama's fault... in fact, it's now the republicans in the congress??? Get real and smell the coffee, FOOL!
By the way, selling domestic oil on the international market is a bad idea but unfortunately that is the law and it's been that way for a very long time. Wake up!
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Apr 18, 2012
 
I don't think melting ice is a cause of the booms and shakes, because I know for a fact the booms are still going on, because I live in Clintonville, I am not sure why my status shows that I am posting from New London? because I never lived in New London, my husband grew up near Dale though. I feel the city knows what is going on,and they are not telling us. I have seen this city empty out a lot since the booms, there is pages of places to rent now, hopefully this fall if everything goes alright, we can be gone too. It is not a good feeling, when you hear booms and tremors and no one is telling you the truth...

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