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The Net Neutrality Tax Hike

marty85 Wrote: Nov 15, 2014 8:26 AM
When are people going to catch on that the first intention of EVERYTHING the government does is to increase the power and wealth of the GOVERNMENT? This was obvious to the founding fathers of this country 238 years ago.
This is what a majority of the people elected, this is what they got. The Republicans will do good in the midterms, but the "take care of me" crowd will be back voting in the next presidential election. America was a noble experiment in freedom that finally failed.
This next election will be a blowout for republicans. The lazy left doesn't bother to vote much in midterms. The fact the Obama won his second election after a disaster of a first term shows that the electorate in this country has crossed the tipping point. I'll vote with the conservative resistance for the rest of my life, but America is dead. America was about freedom and opportunity. Whatever it's become is more about "being taken care of." About as much freedom as a nursing home.
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CNN Hires Jay Carney

marty85 Wrote: Sep 10, 2014 3:18 PM
Obviously, CNN feels it doesn't even have to LOOK impartial.
Interesting. These people watch their own state go down the toilet, move somewhere else, and keep voting the same way. America is dead.
Obama's a dumb tool. He's a figurehead of the group around him that actually makes decisions and "policy." He runs the country like a hood ornament drives a car. While one man, or one administration can't destroy America, the electorate can. Obama was elected twice. America is dead.
This is a VERY bad policy. Doctors as a group are no more opposed to gun ownership than any other, but when it comes to the point that they're going to be sued if one of their patients commits a gun crime, they're liable to become overly cautious in their judgements. This is precisely what the gun control crowd is counting on.
This is why the next midterm election is probably more important than the next presidential election.
It used to be that the validity of a scientific theory was decided by how well it made predictions in the real world. Now, it's apparently judged by popular vote.
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Questions loom over Bergdahl-Taliban swap

marty85 Wrote: Jun 01, 2014 10:19 AM
"In weighing the swap, U.S. officials decided that it could help further the effort to reach reconciliation with the Taliban" I wonder what it would've taken to reach reconciliation with the Nazis?
How bad do things have to get before they figure out that punks, gangbangers, and madmen don't follow gun control laws???
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