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"Forward" to the Past?

aowyns Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 12:23 AM
I always thought that FORWARD was Obama's admission of how horribly he performed. His current foreign and economic policies were so disastrous that his only choice was to 'scrap it' and move 'forward.'
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Fiscal Cliff Notes

aowyns Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 3:38 AM
Didn't you READ the article?? The amount extra money 'collected' by the government from the rich would contribute absolutely NOTHING to solving America's economic problems. We could confiscate ALL the wealth from the top one percent and it would run government debt free for a whopping three months. Then what?
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Fiscal Cliff Notes

aowyns Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 3:29 AM
I think that the government might also use these euphemisms mostly for themselves. They must grasp the fact that their actions are unfair and it probably causes a dissonance with their desire to make things fair. But sometimes I doubt that people can actually be THAT self-deluding and wonder if Liberal politicians really only care about gaining power at all costs.
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An Overdue Book

aowyns Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 10:46 PM
Jim. It's literature. That's what early poets thought literature/poetry was for ... to illustrate philosophy for the masses who think philosophy is too dull. More people need to begin making movies and writing books illustrating conservative values and principles (especially in contrast with liberal ones).
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An Overdue Book

aowyns Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 10:45 PM
No, inkling... ...showing them the pictures REINFORCES the arguments that the unborn are in fact people. You can philosophize all you like to a 'pro-choicers.' Most of them are convinced that the unborn are single celled organisms until the third trimester, but if you show them that the fetus has every organ at 10 weeks, then they are more willing to listen to the reasons against abortion. And so what? Do you condemn people who can't exactly articulate why it is they wouldn't harm another person other than that they would feel horrible if they did?
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An Overdue Book

aowyns Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 10:27 PM
Jeremy, there is clearly a difference between saying that the masses are misinformed as well as unwilling to educated themselves about political and economic matters before voting -and- saying that the masses are too stupid to vote.
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