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Those who say that Bundy is not following the law are missing the point. The protesters are saying that we are near (or at) a point where the federal government can justify anything it does by passing a law or getting the Supreme Court declare any law constitutional. So, yes, Bundy is not paying his bills, and that's technically against the law. The protestors are saying we are rapidly approaching the day where the federal government will declare YOU to be the next victim just because it wants to and in explanation will simply say you flouted the law and the media will swallow every bit of it. How many times does this have to happen for people to understand? Sadly, we know that for some people,it will be forever.
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They Shoot Rich Guys, Don't They?

Chris1482 Wrote: Apr 17, 2012 10:33 AM
From what I can tell, in order to "prove" that rich guy's secretaries pay a higher rate than the rich do, liberals are adding the 15% FICA tax to the regular income tax. Not only was this never done before (since it's not an income tax), they are adding both the employers' and employees' contributions. Wasn't it liberals who worked so hard to convince us that anything the employer paid wasn't actually a tax?
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Maureen Dowd Blows Her Cool

Chris1482 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 9:38 PM
And when liberals do have good arguments - no, wait, that doesn't happen...
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The Sliming of "Pink Slime"

Chris1482 Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 9:24 AM
Use of the term "pink slime" is derogatory and probably libelous. ABC News used the term almost exclusively in describing the product when the story broke, which shows malice. The company that produces the product has filed for bankruptcy, which shows damages. Libel is not an easy case to win, thanks to NY Times v. Sullivan, but I'd love to open up this particular case on ABC. I think it's got a good chance.
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