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Tax Rich Liberals

jamak Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 4:35 PM
Wow, your ignorance is amazing. You just don't understand the very basics of Economics. Assuming you work for a living and are not on government dole, how do you yourself "contribute to the job market"? How do you bring "value" to the market that others are willing to pay for? You should sometimes take a moment to think about these questions and try to answer them because if you were actually making those kinds of statements in front of people you would come across looking very stupid.
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Tax Rich Liberals

jamak Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 4:35 PM
Wow, your ignorance is amazing. You just don't understand the very basics of Economics. Assuming you work for a living and are not on government dole, how do you yourself "contribute to the job market"? How do you bring "value" to the market that others are willing to pay for? You should sometimes take a moment to think about these questions and try to answer them because if you were actually making those kinds of statements in front of people you would come across looking very stupid.
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Tax Rich Liberals

jamak Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 4:31 PM
That was funny!
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Tax Rich Liberals

jamak Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 4:31 PM
That was funny!
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Killing The Goose

jamak Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 5:27 PM
You do know that membership in private sector unions are less than 10% of the private workforce? So the economy has been doing just fine without them, thank you. And you also know that private companies can't conspire to depress wages? So in the real world if an employer is not willing to pay as much as other employers then that employer will eventually not have anyone working for them.
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The Need to Explain

jamak Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 6:08 PM
Because you don't go into a store and buy apples that the government says should cost at least $10 a dozen. It's a completely arbitrary thing the government does to pander to the uninformed. If you can't support your family on the current minimum wage then maybe the government should make the minimum wage $50 an hour....see the foolishness in that?
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It's Hard to Be a Republican

jamak Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 6:31 PM
Thick-headed economically illiterate people like you will never understand. It is not an issue of tone, it's about economic realities. I suggest you get all the birth control you can cause you shouldn't be breeding.
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What Went Wrong Last Tuesday

jamak Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 9:54 PM
They Rejected the platform for what? The Obama platform? BTW Obama won because he received a total of 360,000 more votes in the swing states. That's hardly a mandate. Ron Paul can't win anything - sorry. He's been trying for years and he hasn't won. If he can't win in the Republican primaries, then maybe he should try running in the Democratic primaries and see what his chances look like. Ron Paul's just as much a loser as Mitt Romney.
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What Went Wrong Last Tuesday

jamak Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 9:50 PM
They Rejected the platform for what? The Obama platform?
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What Went Wrong Last Tuesday

jamak Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 9:48 PM
Actually, there are solid economic reasons that endorse the statements you made about "republicanism" (that's not a real term but you are used to making things up I can see). On the other hand, "taxing some to give away free stuff to others" also has solid economic reasons that show how detrimental that philosophy is. So nice try junior, but let the adults debate here..
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