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Too Many to Kill—Even for Us

dsanchez Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 1:08 PM
Realize that our so-called leaders our not interested in our own positive interests. Libertarians seem to be the only intelligent people left on this planet. We need to fight if attacked, and be successful at it, but we need to make stronger attempts at less monetary manipulation and working with others abroad.
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Too Many to Kill—Even for Us

dsanchez Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 1:00 PM
Hopefully this statement you make is "tongue in cheek", as it makes no sense at all. D.C. as you call them is totally involved in monitoring American citizens lives as well as bankrupting us all in order to intervene in everyone else's affairs abroad. We would all be much better off if our State Department and our foreign policy was more even handed and trade oriented and less covert operations. We pay foreign leaders off to succumb to our ideals and if they do not ----watch out, as they are now our enemies.
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Too Many to Kill—Even for Us

dsanchez Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 12:51 PM
The fact of the matter is that our (U.S.) policy is the major obstacle to good relations with the other nations of the world. The antagonistic/interventionist meddling that the U.S. does within other sovereign countries does not serve us well, and actually angers the citizens and allows their leaders to stir up up their angst. End the alliances and entanglements which keep us involved in police actions and wars with others. Research our first President George Washington's Farewell address to fully understand this intelligent philosophy. Deal with others diplomatically and less militarily.
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The Dream of American Isolation

dsanchez Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 10:42 AM
Thank you Jeffrey 220, you have hit the nail right on the head. George Washington's Farewell Address said it succinctly and eloquently. As it will only get us involved in one war after another, as we have been resplendent with one war or police action worldwide ever since.
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The Dream of American Isolation

dsanchez Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 10:37 AM
Paul Greenberg should admit that he believes in all of the covert operations that our people in the Pentagon are involved in and that he is basically an interventionist. We literally involve operatives in other nations affairs, picking and choosing those we want in power, then we buy them off with our foreign aid and then in the worst case scenario force our policies upon them. Trade, diplomacy, and non military intervention is the answer in dealing with other nations. When there is truly an antagonistic enemy we will defend ourselves emphatically.
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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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