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(@willjud1)

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Include a Filter on this website

You did a pretty decent job designing this website - but you need to make the following modifications if you would like the site to be fruitful a) Include a 'Filter' - this website is saturated daily with counterproductive ranting (e.g., on the citizenship of Obama, etc). Anyone who want to attempt to articulate constructive ideas must first wade through tons of SPAM first. A Filter can be developed to refine the search ...more »

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(@phoenix3102)

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What about John McCain's eligibility?

The Bush Administration stated categorically that detainees at Guantanamo are not entitled to coverage by U.S. law because Guantanamo is not "American soil." If Guantanamo is not American soil, then neither is the Coco Solo submarine base (in the Panamal Canal Zone) where John McCain was born.

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(@blackmonrikker)

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BIRFERS!! Are you happy with Oily Taint's and Phil Berg's Performance So far?

Oily has been a real gadfly. Phil hypes his three lawsuits, two of which have already been slapped down. I submit that they are doing this for attention and money. Neither one of them wants to get in front of a real court room. Any resolution, pro or con, dries up the Paypal tap from you birfers. Phil had an opportunity to argue his Interpleader back in April and declined, then got mad when the judge ...more »

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(@blackmonrikker)

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OK, I've Been Toying Around with You Birfers. Here's the Scoop....

Look, I've been playing around with you guys. You've been asking questions, but you haven't been asking the right questions. I KNOW that birfer issues are all fake. I don't imagine it. This entire birfer story was concocted by PUMAS in Texas in June 2008. After Hillary lost the Democratic nomination, they got together and decided that Obama had no chance of defeating McCain in November. But they wanted ...more »

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(@maryannewolf)

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Please recategorize all references to Obama's birth

If some people want to talk about eligibility and birth certificates, let them! For the rest of us, we don't want to clog up the discussion with this. So, since these folks will object if their ideas are deleted, please make a special category for discussion of Obama's birth, his birth certificate, his delivering doctor, his passport, or any similar topics, and let the rest of us who are not interested get on with ...more »

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(@willjud1)

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THIS SITE SORELY NEEDS AN ON-DEMAND FILTER

You did a pretty decent job designing this website - but you need to make the following modifications if you would like the site to be fruitful. The default can be that everything is retrieved, as it currently is, but if a person wants to read the latest ideas, instead of wading through SPAM (e.g., rachel is posting the same thing several times an hour), they should be given the ability to do so... a) Include a 'Filter' ...more »

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(@fgrantj)

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Allowing President Obama and First Lady the opportunity to read their mail and decide if Racial and Gender discrimination in the

Transparency is Not President Obama's Staff deciding for Him and First Lady Obama what issues are important, especially when it comes to something as serious as Racial and Gender discrimination in the Military. I think it is unfair that the President's entire Staff(Chief of Staff, Deputy Chiefs of Staff, All of His Senior Advisors) are aware of these issues and have decided not to share these matters of pertinent concerns ...more »

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(@azaleahs)

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Cell phone numbers that provide free modum access to government sites.

Basicly I'm suggesting that a cell modum would be provided that would give you access to emergency sites, government sites and 911 only. You could hand them out during national emergencies but they would provide access to anyone whether they had high speed access at home or not. They would be available at Stores everywhere for a nominal sum but I imagine anyone who wished emergency access especially when power lines ...more »

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