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Wimps Versus Barbarians

2020Hindsight Wrote: May 21, 2013 11:17 AM
My condolences on graduating from such a liberal institution that it surprises you to agree with Dr. Sowell. Sad also that you say " A protest needs to be disruptive to be effective" which means that you deny the power of reason, facts, and logic over feelings, threats, and force. How pathetic that in your mind this behavior is ever justified. Additionally,it is unfortunate that uncivilized young people who have not "learned the lessons of the first pay check" and not paid taxes are able to vote.
I work in healthcare and see "disabled" people everyday who are lying and abusing the program. Yesterday saw 2 patients on disability who could not say what their disability was and were taking no medications. We see this all the time and other doctors I have spoken with figure that about 85 to 90% percent of disabilities are fake. We all know many people with real health issues that take their medicine and get up every day and go to work. To the defenders of these people and the program, what disease is so bad that these people need a free pass for life, and yet has no name and requires no treatment?
Bingo! We have a winner! Lefties, please explain why this concept is so hard to understand.
If the liberal Supremes were not intellectual light-weights and really understood the Constitution, the Heller decision would have been 9-0 instead of 5-4. Sotomayor, Kagan, and Ginsberg, in particular, do not seem to have a clue about the meaning of the Constitution
Whether a conservative person agrees with the outrageous compensation packages or golden parachutes for companies is not the question. A conservative sees that those decisions reside with a Board of Trustees, who may or may not be doing their best job and may make stupid decisions. It is not my job or the government's job to be involved, although I have the power to withdraw my support for companies I dislike. Doc Roy needs to learn about boundaries and who is responsible for what.
Exactly how much "profit" would GM be making if they paid back all of the taxpayers' money, out of their operating income, as they should?
Work with them in health care everyday. Got their names, address, cell numbers, medical and job history in my records, actually. Thanks for asking and thanks for playing!
Why, yes. Now you are getting it! Should we do a life audit of all the po' folks and analyze every decision they made and dime they spent and see the real reasons for their poverty? I think that would be great idea. Get up for school or cut class? Do homework or play video games? Get a tattoo or buy food? Do drugs or pay rent? Get fancy nails or buy a book? Get knocked up or say No and stay in school?
Come on people. You can't expect a mother to be with the father(s) of her children to raise and support them. How can a young mother in poverty provide 3 meals a day for her kids? Are you expecting her to give up the fancy nail manicures, the hair extensions, tattoos, cigarettes, beer, drugs, lottery tickets, trips to the internet cafe, a smart phone with data plan, and a big screen TV? How cruel are you???
When Obama keeps saying he wants to do this or that, such as change corporate tax rates, I wish Romney would say, "You sound like a candidate. Are you President or not? Why haven't you done or proposed any of these things?"
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The Five 'Reasons' to Re-elect Obama

2020Hindsight Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 10:11 AM
The guy you said was "handed everything " was Obama, right? What has he ever done (evidence, please) on his own? Let's see the school records and find out how he got into these top schools and afford them? He is and always has been an empty suit propped up by others. He's just not that smart. Oh, and Romney; he moved away and worked and then started his own business. No doubt that he was well brought up and had "human capital" to work with. He did do it.
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