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Poverty

dsanchez Wrote: Oct 08, 2014 12:26 PM
Instead of willfully ignorant in the second sentence of your response, the word is "totally"unable to understand the consequences of nearly most things that they control, or try to control.
Paolo3 you are misinformed. The Framers or Founders wanted the public to be intelligent and MORAL. They knew of people's weaknesses and stated that unless those in power and elected were good upstanding individuals the Bill of Rights could be abused. Human weakness is the problem and not "flaws in the Constitution" itself. One has to separate the two, as the Founders weren't attempting to restrict freedom but promote righteousness.
Ahhh!!! Progressive--Regressive--Socialistic policies at their best. Inflation par exellence. Eventually money will be worth nothing.
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Green Markets

dsanchez Wrote: Sep 04, 2014 6:20 PM
Plus everything becomes 3 to 4 times as expensive. See government student loans and subsidies. So long as they give out "free money" (that few even pay back) the universities" jack- up" tuition fees and costs.
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Green Markets

dsanchez Wrote: Sep 04, 2014 6:16 PM
Bravo. Hypocrisy rampant by these so call progressive illiterates.
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Green Markets

dsanchez Wrote: Sep 04, 2014 6:14 PM
Due to government intervention (influence and interference) in the marketplace the large polluters like Kerr McGee were allowed a monopoly position which created the whole problem. You are only speaking of semantics when you make the claims, which are totally out of hand.
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Green Markets

dsanchez Wrote: Sep 04, 2014 6:10 PM
Specifically prove your point. Today they the EPA goes around and claims wetlands when there is even a puddle on someone's property. This is out and out bureaucratic meddling into someone's private ownership rights and dictating an individuals use of his or her land.
Ron Paul has it right. No more military intervention in other people's affairs. Not isolation but non intervention. More trade and diplomacy and end neocon heavy handed pressure. It is either their way or no other way.
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Re-state of the Union

dsanchez Wrote: Feb 03, 2014 6:02 PM
Yes, and underground booze was available everywhere for a price, with murders throughout the country due to gang activity. Prohibition doesn't work and never will because human beings desire things that are good and negative and the state taxes the people to control our lives. It is much better to educate everyone as to the evils of drugs and their abuse. But the government will never be able to curtail alcohol or drug use with laws.
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Re-state of the Union

dsanchez Wrote: Feb 03, 2014 5:53 PM
You are a fool if you haven't realized by now that drugs are available throughout society already---even though they are illegal. We spend billions upon billions annually and there are drugs available everywhere with gang activity rampant in our nation. And the prisons are filled with nonviolent people mixed in with the violent criminals who come out worse than when they go in. Of course you are so nearsighted as to not recognize these realities of the situation. Our over bloated government is the problem and not the answer.
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