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The Right Way to Combat Gun Violence

George9 Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 9:13 PM
The cheapest and most effective remedy is to encourage and relax the laws on Concealed Carry Weapons. Sure, background checks, but no real range requirement. Just a civilian drawing his weapon was enough for one shooter to stop killing in Klackamus and escape to shoot himself. The zombie's fantasy burst when he heard the sirens and saw the civilian.
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A Hundred Percent of Nothing

George9 Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 4:06 PM
The last time I received the incorrect order, and I check while in the store, I showed the shift manager that it was written correctly but assembled incorrectly. I asked to meet the cook, and I did, and I explained that I used to be a public school teacher and i just had to make sure that the cook who could not read was not one of my former students. I hope he was more attentive to orders after that.
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A Hundred Percent of Nothing

George9 Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 4:00 PM
My job takes me to Caribbean from time to time. In the Caribbean countries there is no welfare or unemployment insurance so when you meet the local people, they are either workers, government or tourism industry or their hustling to sell you something. To these folks, America is the Land of Opportunity and a chance for a better life. In America, race hustlers and the Democratic party have created climates of victimization and entitlement. See my neighbor Peggy Joseph and / or the Obamaphone lady on YouTube if you have any questions. Just as the Republican Party has an element of fiscal conservatives called the Tea Party so, too, has the Democrat Party have an element called the Gimmedats, the institutionalized dependent class.
Republicans are learning messaging because that is what enabled Obama to win both times. How else does one explained the election and re-election of a man with no leadership experience and failed economic policies, respectively? The confabulated messages of A War on Women, etc, was effective since most of American gets its news from the Liberal Main Stream Media. This media covered and promoted Obama and his party and ignored genuine stories, such as Obama's drug use (which would have disqualified a Republican) and Fast and Furious and Libya's scandals. So, you have to give the Republicans a break while they try to catch up to the Democrat propaganda machine run by the masterful David Axelrod.
q16penn. Coolidge was a conservative and ushered in prosperity (the roaring twenties). Hoover was a liberal and his failed spending policies, further amplified by FDR, extended the recession into a depression lasting until WWII. GW Bush was a social conservative but a fiscal liberal. Thus he caved to Liberal Democrat demands for stimulus. The collapse of the housing market and resulting financial markets rests squarely upon the shoulders of Democrats who believed everyone was entitled to a house, where they could afford and qualify it, or not.
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Yes, Atlas Will “Shrug,” Eventually

George9 Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 9:23 AM
I suspect the problem with obtaining business loans will be solved in the same manner as the Affordable Home Loan act. I have heard GM is also implementing a sub-prime car loan to further grease sluggish sales. And when the bubble burst with sub-prime business loans they'll still blame Bush or some other scapegoat.
"Still Bush's fault"
Consider adding two more: 1. Those who hate America and themselves and 2. Those who believe they are smarter than anyone else. This latter class is the liberals who used to be Royalists and are now Communists, desiring to rule over everyone.
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