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I think you pinpointed the problem with the entire liberal and progressive movements...voyeurs! Although the far right conservatives can be voyeurs too, they just look at different stuff. But man, those of us in the middle wish the rest of the control freak admins, bureaucrats, pastors, and politicians and yes, sometimes professors, would quit peeping into our bedroom windows and just leave us the hell alone. Steal each other's money and liberty and nose in each other's bedrooms, fine, just can the middle-class opt out please?
Second that. We need some competition in the political party arena. But Perot scared the Des and Repubs into squelching the chances of that ever hapening.
Pfft, he can tell the IRS to not enforce those taxes, just like O does with immigration...
It might, because her constituents just might have to get jobs instead of surfing and gaming all day on the backs of the working middle class.
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How Far Away Can Skynet Be?

Auspex Wrote: Sep 14, 2014 2:08 PM
They will buy with their govt checks that the remaining skilled workforce will cover through high taxes, until they revolt...!
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How Far Away Can Skynet Be?

Auspex Wrote: Sep 14, 2014 2:03 PM
Very well put....sending this link to a few people so they can at least understand what I've not as clearly been able to say.
Indeed. I think my generation was the last one to understand we were paying Hollywood for make believe stories. All the kiddies born to my generation either weren't taught that the boob-tube was make believe or refuse to believe it.
Somehow I don't think it was Bieber's singing that got him famous. I'm sure it was his mouth, but nothing to do with his voice if you know what I'm saying.
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O Audit, Where Art Thou?

Auspex Wrote: Sep 13, 2014 1:02 PM
I guess only politicians and registered democrats are safe with sloppy bookkeeping. If it has been a small business or registered republican, that $33k would be three times as much with interest and penalties. So, where's the interest and penalties for Mrs. Landrieu?
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No One is Born Gay

Auspex Wrote: Sep 10, 2014 1:42 AM
Well, it may be anecdotal, but so far, in my family, 33.3% of us are gay, and all on my dad's side. And the hetero 66.6% keep managing to turn out to have one gay kid among the two to four they raised and it keeps the proportion damn constant for the past 3 generations. And no, none of those 33.3% are druggies, crazies, welfare bums, etc. They all probably pay enough in taxes to support another family or four. So much for anecdotes, eh?
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