Anthony Provancher's comment history

alprova said...

Fairmon wrote: "However, you consider opposing anything Obama and his minions think is good is being negative."


"What is it they are trying to do that would improve things without increasing the debt?"

The debt will take care of itself when revenue coming into the Government rises. It's going to have to rise at some point. Everyone knows that. Some people just seem to be in total denial of that fact.

"A majority are damn glad they can't do some of the stupid things they are trying to do."

I have no idea what you are talking about. It's so nice of you to lay such wording down, without any explanation.

What STUPID things are you referring to?

July 28, 2014 at 1:57 a.m.
alprova said...

Fairmon wrote: "Are you sure transportation cost would be greater from the U.S. than it is to the U.S. since there is no requirement that U.S. shipping sources be used. Why would it be prohibitive for U.S. oil producers but not every other producing country?"

Think about it Fairmon. Which is closer to most of the rest of the world that imports oil? Us, as in the United States or the Middle East?

Nobody South of us needs our oil.

China just cut a deal with Iran, so they don't need our oil, for now that is.

The United States doesn't have much to bargain with, unless it wants to sell oil at a loss, and what good would that do?

July 28, 2014 at 1:53 a.m.
alprova said...

OMG!! Jack Dana Dennis, the infamous, 3 time convicted pedophile from Knoxville posts in here?

July 27, 2014 at 11:09 p.m.
alprova said...

Fairmon wrote: "Words of someone that has blind loyalty to a party instead of what the candidate stands for."

Sir, I've got a very good grip on what the Republicans stand for, and for the last four years, it has been nothing but negative issues coming from the lot of them.

Democrats will prevail because they are trying to do something.

"The results could be terrible for the U.S. or good for either party and the U.S. It all depends on who is elected. The democrats would do well to dump Pelosi and Reid but be careful about who they elect instead."

I doubt that either one of them will be dumped.

July 27, 2014 at 10:04 p.m.
alprova said...

Fairmon wrote: "To one country only which congress made an exception however, it is illegal for U.S. oil companies to export crude oil."

You're out of touch, I'm afraid.

Japan and South Korea are the first to purchase a U.S. grade of super-light crude known as condensate.

This of course, is under challenge, because it is being called a shift in longstanding U.S. policy and it appears that the Commerce Department is behind the move to export condensates.

And of course, the Republicans are all for it, while the Democrats are opposed to increasing the amount exported.

It is going to be hard for the United States to enter into the export market, due to the transportation costs.

July 27, 2014 at 10 p.m.
alprova said...

GaussianInteger, I'm sorry, but those two questions are far too deep for Connie to answer them at all.

Now...if the extraterrestrials or the Jews were disclaimed as being homosexual, Connie would have an answer for you.

Connie has a very limited scope of conversation.

July 27, 2014 at 3:22 p.m.
alprova said...

Connie wrote: "I have never made such an absurd claim."

I'm glad to read that, for it is an absolute fact that you bear false witness on a daily basis in this forum.

You additionally do nothing to bring people closer to God. Nothing you have ever written in this forum has caused anyone to believe you know what God is or is about.

No Sir or Ma'am, whichever you are (You fail to correct anyone to that point), you do not live a sinless life, but you are the most self-righteous individual I have ever witnessed and the Bible clearly states that self-righteousness is a reason to be turned away on Judgment Day.

I urge you to do some reading in your Bible on that issue, just in case you find the need to correct some of your negative issues.

July 27, 2014 at 2:53 p.m.
alprova said...

I was doing some reading last night and was amazed at how hypocritical Republicans have become on this immigration issue.

First of all, you have Sarah Palin spouting off at the mouth as if the President was personally ushering the illegals across the borders.

Then you have a Texas Governor claiming that the President isn't involved in what is happening in his state.

And finally, there is a Republican Congressman urging his fellow Republicans to not give the President one cent to be used to address the problem.

I fully understand why the President is about to issue an Executive Order to get the job done. The Republicans only want to sit on their hands and point fingers at the President and do nothing about what they are all bitching about.

This is the Republican strategy to deal with illegal immigration.

Bitch, point fingers, do nothing, and threaten impeachment proceedings if he acts unilaterally.

My expectation that Republicans keep up the good work of convincing voters that they do not deserve their votes has been exceeded.

If Boehner actually sues the President or if impeachment proceedings are even broached, the Republicans are done.

You will not learn this from Faux News, but a full two-thirds of the nation are opposed to the above.

A Faux News poll taken just a couple of weeks ago, showed that 57% of respondents are opposed to the law suit and impeachment.

Republican leaders are being incredibly stupid for an election year.

We are nearly ninety days away from voting day and this crap is all we're seeing?

It's going to be a good year for Democrats, let me tell ya'

July 27, 2014 at 2:46 p.m.
alprova said...

Z-man wrote: "Alprova, nonsense. They inherited nothing. They're self-made men. Nobody gave them anything."

It's becoming a pain to deal with you. I never offered how it was any of them obtained their wealth, but they all became Republicans after becoming wealthy, wherever it came from.

"You gotta problem with them being wealthy, or do think it's just ok for black athletes and rap artists who are Democrats to be wealthy, but not economists, surgeons, judges and other professions?"

I don't have any problem at all. I just merely pointed out a common thread about those you hail all the time as black Republicans.

Is my statement true and correct? Of course it is.

"So, as soon they become wealthy they're no longer "real" blacks because they're not in accepted profession."

Why are you doing this? I have made no such statement and you are going off the deep end and foaming at the mouth because I pointed out a simple fact.

I don't even worry about what any of those men do or say. My life is not changed for a second because they have allegiance with the Republican Party.

"Idiocy and propaganda."

Please take note of the fact that it is all coming from YOUR computer keyboard...not mine.

"Should they remain poor to please you libs?"

I wish nothing but prosperity for everyone in this nation.

"What's a more favorable example for you libs, Al Sharpton and the other race industry hustlers."

Sir, when have I even QUOTED Al Sharpton or any other Liberal black leader?

"The fact is that you libs don't like blacks who don't belong to the Democrat Party and don't vote for libs."

How many times are you going to type that? Are there people like you describe? Sure there are. Is every Liberal as you describe. Not on your life. You need to learn to quit typing in absolutes.

You box in your ignorance every time you do it.

"You have no idea how bigoted you libs come across."

I doubt you even know the definition of the word, "bigot." You clearly don't know what a racist is.

Don't blame me for your inability to contain your blatant bigotry in this forum. You are among the worst and you always have been.

Deny it all you want, but you are fooling no one.

Have you ever had a kind word to offer about our current President?

I've never seen one.

July 27, 2014 at 1:24 p.m.

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