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Nobody knows what Romney stands for. He has no plan. Let us take a poll of the public that is going to vote Romney and find out just how much positive they know about Romney versus how much negative they know about Barak. This country has been voting the lesser of two evils since the turn of the century. That hasn't changed. Blind allegiance? Really? Politicking these days is all about who can smear their opponent with the most negativity. Nobody courts allegiance and nobody runs on a platform. I have to give Town Hall credit. You all have been doing an excellent job torpedoing Barak. Seriously. You have really made him out to be the Anti-Christ and its working.
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JayneCobb Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 3:10 PM
It so disputable that your brain is missing.
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JayneCobb Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 2:52 PM
"Clearly the problem is that you haven't any grasp of history, fall for silly myths and childishly select "sources" confirming your delusions. Grow up." Right back at you. They were Robber Barons. But, hey, dueling experts has long been a tradition of Tobacco companies and the Rich. Even Scrooge had his proponents. You want to know why you all will never be mainstream? 1. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. 2. Free markets have no corruption. One of these statements is sane. When wealth concentrates what happens? Answer that question and you will see why you all are so completely stupid beyond repair that only prayer has a chance. I'll pray for you all. God Bless!
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JayneCobb Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 1:13 PM
3. Economists. Really. Pick your favorite economists and invest your money strictly on their predictions. I dare ya.
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JayneCobb Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 1:13 PM
3. Economists. Really. Pick your favorite economists and invest your money strictly on their predictions. I dare ya.
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JayneCobb Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 1:12 PM
You do realize that saying things like "You'll forgive me for relying upon three decades of reserach as an economic historian to your ranting Marxist dogma" is meaningless? 1. No one in America is a Marxist. Let us take a poll of Americans and find out just how many Americans believe there shouldn't be any private property, everything owned by the state. Let's just take that poll shall we? Because if there is private property there is no communism. You, sir, are missing your brain. 2. Three decades? Is that all? My research goes back to 1776. Did you know that none other than Washington himself lost lots of money in the first ever stock market bubble in the US?
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JayneCobb Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 1:01 PM
You know it is telling Fletch that you think capitalism doesn't promote corruption and in the same breathe promote late 19th century capitalism as an "ideal". Ahhh, the Robber Barons. To this date we still are all familiar with names like Carnegie. I'll say a prayer for you Fletch. Alan Greenspan had some very famous words to say about how he thought banks would avoid corruption by being unfettered. You should look them up. You kinda remind me of a puppy with your idealistic, rose-colored glasses world view that free markets mitigate corruption. I give you a virtual pat on the head and hope someday you can grow up. God Bless!
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JayneCobb Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 12:56 PM
Parents are the problem. There are lots and lots of publications on why parenting has broken down so in the US. Don't ever expect anyone on this site to offer any explanation other than simpleton "Jesus" is the solution and "Communism" is the problem.
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JayneCobb Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 12:53 PM
Wrong.
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Who Really Cares About the Poor?

JayneCobb Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 12:53 PM
Wrong.
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