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Happy Thanksgiving

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 1:55 AM
Mounting logic and evidence show how the GOP and conservatives have distorted the American Promise in a few easy phrases like "pro-growth policies." Connected to no evidence and dangled from twisted logic, GOP fallacies are widespread. For example, the religious right talks of "feel good" ethics, ignoring direct teachings that contradict their distortions of faith. The right sees the most well-known words in Christianity, the beatitudes, as noblesse obilige, an attitude of mercy that affirms their pity and contempt. But these words redefine the promise and potential of a community scorned and diminished.
Mitt Romney blames election loss on Obama giving out free stuff to voters. But didn't the Republican party pander to the corn belt with ethanol mandates and ethanol subsidies?
Mitt Romney blames election loss on Obama giving out free stuff to voters. But doesn't the Republican party pander to Wall Street with the George W. Bush, Hank Paulson, Ben Bernanke Republican $700 billion TARP bailout?
How do I know this my fellow conservative Americans may be asking. Read Alexander Solzhenitsyn's "Warning to the West." Solzhenitsyn wrote that commies will disguise themselves in America by waving the flag and saying how much they love God. But listen closely to what they say. They will say that wealth should be redistributed because some people work hard, just like....
Here's a typical Republican theme, "Red State farmers deserve a handout from the government because farmers work hard." Let's compare this statement to what Karl Marx wrote in the Communist Manifesto. Marx wrote that wealth should be redistributed from the bourgousie to the proletariat. Why? Because the proletariat WORK HARD. Does anyone here see that the Republican party is Marxist at its core?
Let's see, social engineering project in Iraq, nation building in Afghanistan, pork barrel spending explosion, No Child Left Behind, ethanol mandates, Medicare Prescription, Faith Based Initiatives, airline bailout, auto bailout, insurance company bailout, Wall Street bailout, federally regulated bank bailout and federally non-regulated bank bailout.
Another Republican theme is to say that the agricultural sector is so important that it is necessary to get the government involved with it. These malodorous Republicans show just how much faith in free markets and small government they really have. NONE. Let's not forget that Joseph Stalin's pretext for collectivism was "small government and free markets are not to be trusted!" -- Watch what Republicans do, not what they say.
The Republican party does not want to fix immigration in the USA. Their corporate sponsors prefer a source of cheap, easily abused labor. These Republicans prefer to hire Mexican laborers over American counterparts. And not because the foreigners work for lower wages but because they tend to have more of a work ethic and less sense of entitlement. This is eerily similar to Hitler's view of Jewish employment in the Nazi labor camps. Doesn't everyone see that the Republican party of the 21st century is the rebirth of the Nazi party?
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Busting Out of Black Friday

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 11:48 PM
And....I am really, really getting tired of hearing my fellow conservatives talk about a lower, flatter, fairer tax code. It already exists....it's called the payroll tax and sucks out 15.3% tax on every penny earned. Look it up if you don't know nuthin' but a bunch of Republican party talking points. This payroll tax allows Warren Buffet to pay a lower tax rate than his secretary.
What did we learn from General Petraeus' testimony to that Congressional committee? Yes, the CIA's determined that Al Qaeda was behind the attack in Benghazi and wanted to keep it TOP SECRET. Why? Why inform the enemy you are on to them. Al Qaeda thanks the feckless Republican party for giving them a heads-up that the USA will be hunting them down in Libya.
What did we learn from General Petraeus' testimony to that Congressional committee? Yes, the CIA's determined that Al Qaeda was behind the attack in Benghazi and wanted to keep it TOP SECRET. Why? Why inform the enemy you are on to them. Al Qaeda thanks the feckless Republican party for giving them a heads-up that the USA will be hunting them down in Libya.
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