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Embarrassing Economists

The Redneck Wrote: Oct 22, 2014 7:12 AM
As far as fast-food, one of his direct examples, Taco Bell has several restaurants that are almost full automated. Less money, no Obamacare, fewer mistakes, and nobody spits in the food.
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The Hunter Biden Chronicles

The Redneck Wrote: Oct 22, 2014 7:02 AM
I seem to remember a fuss a few years back over a president's daughter having a beer at the age of 19.... Who knew cocaine was less newsworthy?
"here's what he would find: The budget deficit is closed through negotiated employee concessions, cuts to programs and a little fiscal magic." If only Walker could do magic, the Left wouldn't viciously attack him.....
Do we influence them by handing whatever murderous communist replaces them a stead stream of money? How's that workin' out for Egypt and Hamas?
i don't see where insanity is the "stance of liberty." And in this case, Ron Paul is tilting at windmills. Nobody's pushing for a draft, and nobody is about to because it's a political third rail. Ron Paul--and his Paul-Aid Drinkers--may as well rant about the dangers of Krugman's alien invasion. ... which they'll probably do, as soon as he can come up with a way to blame America or the Jews.
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The Anus Monologues

The Redneck Wrote: Oct 19, 2014 10:14 PM
"And by the way, public is not anyone's property, so no, nobody is allowed to deny me my rights to speak in public, because .. uh .. 1st Amendment." "Anyone who utters the mind-numbingly obvious point that A&E's suspension of "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson doesn't involve the First Amendment because a TV network is not the government, should be prohibited from ever talking in public again. You can bore your few remaining friends with laborious statements of the obvious, but stop wasting everyone else's time. We know A&E is not the government. It may shock your tiny little pea brains, but free speech existed even before we had a Constitution. Free speech is generally considered a desirable goal even apart from its inclusion in the nation's founding document. "
i think the stuff ought to be legal myself.... but as I remember, the song was about all the things I was supposed to do (pay my rent, go to work, spend time with my girlfriend, practice this song before recording it), and how my life's a mess because I got high instead. Funny, but perhaps more relevant than he intended. In short, it should be legal for several reasons--but let's not be utopians.
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Why I Oppose Barack Obama

The Redneck Wrote: Oct 19, 2014 9:56 PM
As far as Hilary needing ice, Ms. Lewinsky is on tape using the term "think of a thumb."
Most of these regulations were imposed at the behest of the older businesses, specifically to stop newcomers from stepping in. Compromise will not always be possible.
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Obama's Biggest Fail Yet

The Redneck Wrote: Oct 19, 2014 9:01 AM
I have to disagree about Obama. He didn't ~fail~ to bring racial reconciliation--he didn't bring it about because he didn't want it. Racial tension is useful. Racial guilt put him in office, and racist accusations have kept him from being impeached like any white president would have been. why would he try to remove an advantage like that?
Actually, I suspect that the investigations ~will~ be swept under the rug--the moment they prove that Wilson acted in self-defense.
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