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Democrats Heart Medicare Fraudsters

ljones324 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 8:35 AM
Why change the subject, rauljg69?
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Shouting Louder

ljones324 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 11:13 AM
The next attack could very well happen on the streets of Manhattan with bodies all over the place. What will the WH narrative be then? It will be the Republicans fault, of course. There will never be any acknowledgement of responsibility from this boy child.
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On Being a Man

ljones324 Wrote: Dec 25, 2012 5:33 PM
Jesus is not saying HE approves or disapproves of the order of things. He did not come, according to HIM, to destroy the law, but to fulfill it. The law is the law. However, slavery as was prevalent in Jesus' day cannot be compared to the kind of slavery we have been told occurred in the 1st century and beyond. If you take it to its fullest definition, slavery is when you go to work and hire yourself out for 8 hours each day and are told what to do during those 8 hours. When you borrow something from someone you are in reality selling yourself to them, because The Preacher--Solomon--said in Proverbs 22:7 "The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender".
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Democracy and Majority Rule

ljones324 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 11:50 AM
El_Loco_JP, cry if you will, but teach you must. Those voters who receive unearned "entitlements" are ignorant about just about everything. They don't know where milk from (i.e. which animal). They don't know what it means to live in 'freedom' because they have always lived on the public dole. I am talking about those who have not offered any skin to the game. I am in favor of taking care of those who cannot take care of themselves. And those who have worked for their benefits are not a part of the debate. Those who, (like the Cleveland woman campaigning for the President because he gave them 'free phone'), can work but will not, those who misuse the Food Stamp Program, those who drop out of school and are living on grandma's check.
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Killing The Goose

ljones324 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 2:40 PM
To imply that there are union leaders willing to sit down to pragmatic negotiations is laughable. They are single-minded, one-sided, and laser focused on getting their way. They are like spoiled brats. They want members to go along with whatever they put before them. However, some members have strayed off the plantation when they had a chance to get behind a constitutionally protected voting booth. They have voted for their own rights and not for the one-sided opinions of the crooked leaders.
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Killing The Goose

ljones324 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 2:40 PM
To imply that there are union leaders willing to sit down to pragmatic negotiations is laughable. They are single-minded, one-sided, and laser focused on getting their way. They are like spoiled brats. They want members to go along with whatever they put before them. However, some members have strayed off the plantation when they had a chance to get behind a constitutionally protected voting booth. They have voted for their own rights and not for the one-sided opinions of the crooked leaders.
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