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Anatomy of a Flop: GOP "Cliff" Counter-Offer Fizzles

markinalpine Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 2:19 PM
I'll bet there were some German Jews who, after the fascist Nazi cabal of Hiler, industry, their press and other media constantly blaming "Juden" for all the countries problems believed it ralyy was their fault. We have a fascist cabal in this country headed by the obysmal won, the odious hairy reid, and san fran nan pigosi, along with most of the media, unions, and the parasite class. So why are you even calling the House plan a flop? I think Boehner should get it passed and send it to the Senate so it's in their hands when the base of the cliff is reached, since we went off the edge years ago.
OnAllisonsSword Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 2:25 PM
Try looking up the definition of "fascism" before you spew ignorantly and make yourself look even more like a yokel from Podunk. Fascism is found on the right of the spectrum.
katarina3 Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 2:38 PM
Fascism recognizes the occurrence of class conflict, and advocates a resolution to end the division of classes within a nation and secure national solidarity However fascism publicly favours proletarian culture, and claims that cultural nationalization of society emancipates the nation's proletariat, and promotes the assimilation of all classes into a proletarian nation
katarina3 Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 2:39 PM
Fascism advocates a state-controlled and regulated mixed economy; the principal economic goal of fascism is to achieve autarky to secure national self-sufficiency and independence, through protectionist and interventionist economic policies. It promotes regulated private enterprise and private property contingent whenever beneficial to the nation and state enterprise and state property whenever necessary to protect its interests.


markinalpine Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 5:25 PM
I'm using the definition of fascism as promoted by the big fascisti himself, Benito Mussolini. Learn history first. before you start calling others childish names. And both Hitler and Mussolini descibed their parties as socialist.

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