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The stench of desperation; they got nothin'
Ironic, no, that Mexico has extremely stiff immigration policies?
Thank you. I teach my argumentation students that name-calling is the last resort of someone who has no real argument. It is meant to shut down discussion or goad the opponent into getting angry because the name caller cannot adequately defend his/her position.
A bit bothersome? That's like saying that 9-11 was "kinda scary." Moron.
I would like to know in what way government can feed people's souls. That would be God's province, if I understand my Christian beliefs correctly.
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Defense Against Demagogues

College Prof 56 Wrote: Jan 28, 2015 8:31 AM
The saddest thing is that it seems as if most Americans are economically ignorant. They think money will magically appear to fund all of their favorite programs, without the understanding that the money comes from them (if they are, in fact, taxpayers). My students are usually astonished to learn that our country is fueled by enormous debt. They are flabbergasted to learn that more government anything means more government control, which is, de facto, less freedom. Then, they ask me why they didn't learn this stuff in high school. Pity.
Seem more like locusts to me.
When Nixon tried to do exactly the same thing that Obama has done, use the IRS to intimidate political enemies, he was impeached and hounded out of office by indignant Democrats blathering about the "rule of law" or something.
That, my dear, is one of those oft repeated lies that is told so often that people come to believe it is true, like the 6 million homeless that the author of that "statistic" admitted pulling from his nether regions because it sounded dramatic. If you can document the veracity of the 45,000 number, maybe you will have a point. We won't hold our breath while you do the necessary research.
You really don't understand basic econ, do you? That's what Gruber, Obama, et al were counting on, and they got their wish, didn't they?
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