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Sociopaths and Democrats

Jeff H Wrote: Aug 08, 2013 9:53 AM
Like most--even intelligent people--you fail to understand something about "hypocrisy". That is, it is impossible to be a hypocrite if one is essentially amoral. Not having any established, publicly acknowledged moral stance on anything, leaves one free therefore to claim anything as acceptable, even if it seemingly contradicts other things said or practiced by the individual. Democrats are not hypocrites; rather, they are amoral beings. And I purposely left off "human" from that description.
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My Marxist Retirement Plan

Jeff H Wrote: Aug 08, 2013 9:34 AM
Does Monsieur Commie (Faulkner) take into account the FACT that Christians--most specifically, conservative Christians--in the US are by far the most charitable of it's citizens? That is why we look askance at government programs that purport--without exception in a provably false manner--to "assist the least among us". We've already given the way God intended--voluntarily--and wonder why our government should take more of our wealth under threat of force to give it to others.
My decision? Hasan: CHOP!!!
Arkansas gave us Bill Clinton and J. William Fulbright. Thanks, but no thanks.
Compromise is the most overrated political tactic, even worse than "bipartisanship". If I am right, then compromising ensures that I become something other than right--which means "wrong".
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Obama’s Hack Recovery

Jeff H Wrote: Aug 06, 2013 8:37 AM
Stop thinking that Obama actually wants to improve the economy--*wrecking it*, preferably irreparably, is the goal. No other explanation makes sense.
Why can't we throw away the lunch pushers along with the lunches? Ms. O seems quite bored and/or miffed in that pic, BTW. #hypocrite
Also: “I don’t really do anything halfway,” So at least she's totally honest about...being all in on the stupid.
Wait--*Democrats* were upset that a fellow Democrat is using their political position for personal power? Oh, wait, they were upset that she said so publicly. Never mind. Nothing new here. Dog bites man.
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One Day at a Time

Jeff H Wrote: Aug 01, 2013 9:19 AM
Thank you for that insight into the human condition--of your mother, a human. I understand how important willingness to improve is in determining medical outcomes. Having survived coronary artery by-pass graft surgery (thinking about what is done to a body--specifically, what was done to *my* body--during such surgery makes me shudder), I know the only reason I'm not still sitting at home in pajamas fretting about every little thing is the willingness I had--and still have--to improve. Cardiac rehab sessions 3 times a week, staying active even during the otherwise sedentary hours of work, and faith that God is strengthening me, are the keys.
So, was The O lying when he said IRS targeting of conservatives was "inexcusable" or was he lying when he said it's a "phony scandal"? Ask Jay that one.
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