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The Invincible Lie

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 9:56 AM
D'yall really think he/she is convincing anyone here? Let the rants continue since they simply reinforce our views of modern liberals as fools and idiots.
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The Invincible Lie

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 9:53 AM
I own a home for which I paid, some forty tears ago, approximately eleven percent of it's current assessed value while I am retired and earning less than a third of my highest salaries over my working life and by you this makes me wealthy. Speaking of brain death...
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Chris Rock's Tweet Beyond the Pale

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 1:26 PM
Ken, Rock is already a hasbeen. He hopes, with your aid and that of other media persons offended by his tweet, to gain some currency in the public eye. By commenting on his stupidity you are encouraging him to continue and in fact become even more offensive. While he is as foul mouthed as the late great Richard Prior, whom he imitates badly, his humor is far less insightful and far more racist and his career should be allowed to die.
Jeff, Move. K. Hunter
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The new American Helots

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 18, 2012 12:21 AM
a fairly kindly description. As to the vaunted "safety net", It became a hammock while you weren't watching and literally millions of people fully capable of supporting themselves have instead come to depend upon it to their detriment and that of the nation, thanks in no small part to decades of leftist propoganda intended to convince us that we have a right to the wealth and property of others. Thanks for nothing.
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The new American Helots

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 18, 2012 12:14 AM
Read Stossels "No They Can't" and research his presentation on the current state of public education at all levels. You'll find that the American educational system has suffered the same deterioration as our cultural morality thanks to lowering of standards by liberal, progressive if you prefer, educators and administrators. In one Florida school system too many students failed a reading comprehension test and so the adminiistation lowered the score necessary for a passing grede. In Georgia teachers and administrators colluded to post phony test scores so as to raise graduation rates - and just incidentally federal funding for their schools. If you actually knew whereof you speak then you would realize that 'indoctrination mills' is ...
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Feinstein Takes On Culture of Leaks

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 12:50 PM
Imagine my surprise as a recovering Californian to discover that DiFi can actully discern bad politics whein it suits her.
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The First World Tax

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 17, 2012 12:37 PM
If history is any indicator eventually the political and media elites will be able to convince the populace that a world government is absolutely necessary to, oh I don't know, prevent global warming or thermonuclear war or child abuse or something, and our government will gradually cede its authority over its citizens to that world government. It's already begun with acts like Bushs seeking of UN approval for the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq and more recently our Sec Defs statement that no military action should be undertaken without full UN sanction. World government is coming, for our own good of course, and the only items of contention are velocity and whether the people or the political elites will benefit.
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Duped by Congressional Lies

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 8:31 PM
And yet the facts are that our government made a promise, and made the mistake of putting in writing, and every taxpayer since 1936 has in fact paid into the fictitious Social Security Trust Fund and therefore expects something in return. As it happens the greatest beneficiaries of the Social Security system are those politicians, professionals every one with all that implies, who have kept the illusion alive while they and their fellows have spent every dime collected. Indeed they have even participated in mortgaging our childrens future earnings in their efforts to keep us voting for them. We must seem incredibly stupid to them, it's no wonder they so little respect for us.
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Improving Health Care

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 2:31 PM
Cato, Heritage and Reason emag have excellent information that shows how government spending has contributed more to medical costs than any other single cause.
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