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Vice President Joe Biden blithely dismissed a woman's concerns about family security. He advised her, "You don't need an AR-15" -- even though it is the long arm of choice of three million law-abiding citizens, half of whom are veterans, law enforcement officers or both. Hmm,, seems liberated Joe doesn't want to think about how many WOMEN are VETERANS, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, OR BOTH... totally sexist Joe!! Our local coroner, just elected has both police and military background, is my quicklly remembered example, and that's my generation, but the younger women are even more likely to be frightening to sexist Joe Biden... what a creep Biden is.. rural people have more reason to USE a gun than self defense and that does frighten...
Well John & all, we were hoping that you had already discovered the REAL CAUSE OF CLIMATE WARMING AND COOLING -- namely SUNSPOT **CYCLES** as can be see in the recent video Great Climate Warming Swindle, with pretty decent explanations that make clear sense but in case you would rather just see how close a fit those sunspot numbers are to YOUR OWN WEATHER, well we did that ourselves for our near-Cinci OH weather & you can see the graphs, beautiful things, at a blog called www.Path-throughthe-Wormhole.net + there's enough detail for all you folks who just love to do the math (like I do) to do the same with your own local weather station (airport?) data + the sunspot numbers from a friendly online resource in Danish space science... Enjoy
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Shopping Around for a Better Life

MJ117 Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 12:53 PM
Suppose we had a decently credible and auditable voting machine system -- namely TRUVOTE that produces a voter-validated ballot system.... see www.truvote.com Then the priorities would not favor 'media gaming' (no consequence when voters are 99% online, get decent news and the public has assurance that their vote is counted so they're active) --Nor phony 'appearances' to anyone else (even big donors would quail at public approbation, judging by how Phillips Electric backed out of sponsorship of the phony debates when online posters tormented their facebook pages) --And the politicians' financial standing would drop with no re-election by angry public prospectsive voters... ttyl and no I have no financial prospects in voting machines...
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24 Million Martyrs

MJ117 Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 6:15 AM
We surely hope you are talking about a TOTAL TAXPAYERS' STRIKE If NOBODY turns in ANYTHING on April 15th coming up, Obamanation sits there with his high salary IRS with empty hands & has to borrow massively, which quickly degenerates into total rejection of his bond issues in the international borrowing market End of Obamanation, b/c if he targets anyone of the STRIKERS then we DEMAND A JURY TRIAL & the REST OF US ALL SUPPORT THE SCAPEGOAT If his FEDERAL court allies (who just might be so shocked when their budgets disappear) consider the idea that they can always find welfare recipients for jury duty, your lawyers (or yourself) can object that these are NOT YOUR PEERS & there will be courthouse MOBS OF US & WORLDWIDE REJECTION, HOPEFULLY..
Now if the Republicans had smartened up & adopted the firey exciting ideas on taxation that the Libertarians were offering -- namely the FAIRTAX -- we'd be done with this abuse of citizens called the IRS The blessed Fairtax was a consumer tax that did not penalize the lower classes, NOR THE PRODUCING MEMBERS OF THIS SOCIETY... no corporate tax, and a monthly check to ALL people to cover the load of tax on necessaries, plus no tax on used goods... which then ENDED the IRS Instead we got obamanation Of course, the corporate moguls actually like the IRS, especially its out-of-control rules, because that's how they "outcompete" the small-time producers-of-better-ideas who can never afford the huge departments in law & CPA... ttyl
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Greed

MJ117 Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 11:34 AM
Not exactly, though clearly the image of big corporate criminals being overwhelming to control is what may need figuring I agree with Stossel on the potency of markets where consumers are fully informed & able to choose between alternatives of significant difference but clearly the idea that govt are the 'controllers' is in need of revision It used to be thought that bigger govt was needed to control criminally outrageous corporate abuses, but what we have found out (Stossel too) is that bigger govt is just impossible for US CITIZENS TO CONTROL So corporate criminals have taken over the government AND the big parties (Dem/GOP) so citizens barely know what's going on & have no real choices Vote Libertarian & save our internet & we'll thrive
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Bad Rules

MJ117 Wrote: Oct 17, 2012 10:11 AM
Too bad the 'commission' that supposedly 'educates' we the public CENSORED THE CANDIDATES WE THE PUBLIC WERE ALLOWED TO SEE AND HEAR... that moderator would have been stomped on by third party candidates with their own fact-checking.. and multiple voiced opposition right on stage.. ttyl
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Mitt Romney, Big-Government Man

MJ117 Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 12:00 PM
We would second your idea of supporting nullification BUT ONLY IF WE DITCH "the two wings of our one-party system clearly have complete control of the presidential selection, it's obviously futile to vote for one or the other of their hand-picked choices" as you have correctly identified... otherwise nullification is overly costly in lives and hyperinflationary disaster..... ttyl... vote Rand Paul's and Ron Paul's own private choices.. which does include Gary Johnson, 2012...
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Mitt Romney, Big-Government Man

MJ117 Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 11:50 AM
If you mean that Ryan at least produced a budget, well that does indicate some math ability, just no economic/finance/free market understanding because his budget doesn't even come close to getting us out of this mess in any decent amount of time. How can you be grateful for Ryan's mess WHEN YOU HAD THE ALTERNATIVE OF libertarian-souled RAND PAUL'S BUDGET.... you still qualify as sheeple IR YOU VOTE FOR ROMNEY/RYAN... ttyl
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Mitt Romney, Big-Government Man

MJ117 Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 11:45 AM
rotfl... obama and romney are about as different as coke and pepsi... both big govt lying frauds.. just one is marketed to the urban-market and the other to the suburban-rural market.. your argument falls apart on precisely that point. You are right about Romney never being libertarian, BUT THAT'S WHAT IS NEEDED... Be Libertarian with Gary Johnson... he's got the track record that we need... his administration ended with a large surplus, yet he was popular, not like what will happen when our big-spenders drive our credit rating to junk... he got the people of his state JOBS with double digit growth that outpaced every other administration/state.. we need Johnson.. all the rest are DOOM... ttyl
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Mitt Romney, Big-Government Man

MJ117 Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 11:38 AM
Look at history... Teddy Roosevelt was not the 'lesser of evils' as you are telling us we must choose at this crisis time.. it doesn't take that much time to eliminate parties that have become so blatantly corrupted. Look at history.. Vote Libertarian Johnson and be decently not 'an accomplice' in big government bullies' crimes... ttyl
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