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Jordanian Protests Grow

moulinroe Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 5:51 PM
Many card-carrying Republicans here say FDR prolonged the Great Depression. How? Federal government spending was 10% of GDP in 1940, even with war build-up. And to those Republican here who say WWII got us out of the Great Depression; you are Keynesians my dear friends. Please check out; http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/year1940_0.html#usgs302 Change the second column to "percent GDP" and you will notice that federal spending is 10% of the Gross Domestic Product.
Remember, the campaign of 2008 when many Republicans were calling Obama an Arab. Why, because his Kenyan father was a Muslim! Let's make an analogous story. So when St. Patrick brought the story of Jesus to Ireland and the Irish converted to Christianity; does that mean the Irish became Jewish? Repubtards, birthers and baggers; READ a gosh darn book, educate yourself.
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Diagnosis GOP: Critical Condition

moulinroe Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 5:10 PM
Can't we all goodly conservatives finally agree that it was primarily racism that moved Democrats in the south to the Republican party?
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A Different Kind of History

moulinroe Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 5:07 PM
Can't we all goodly conservatives finally agree that it was primarily racism that moved Democrats in the south to the Republican party?
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Ron Paul, American Hero

moulinroe Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 5:03 PM
Goodly evangelical Christians in America have become hopelessly enmeshed in a slavish worship of all that is pleasant, all that is comfortable, all that is material -- they worship things, they worship products. Will they ever succeed in shaking off this burden, in giving free rein to the spirit that was breathed into us at birth, that spirit which distinguishes us from the animal world. Goodly Christian people, you lost the war on Christmas; you turned the birth of Christ into an orgy of materialism and a worship of consumerism. Goodly Christian people in American, have you no shame?
Goodly evangelical Christians in America have become hopelessly enmeshed in a slavish worship of all that is pleasant, all that is comfortable, all that is material -- they worship things, they worship products. Will they ever succeed in shaking off this burden, in giving free rein to the spirit that was breathed into us at birth, that spirit which distinguishes us from the animal world. Goodly Christian people, you lost the war on Christmas; you turned the birth of Christ into an orgy of materialism and a worship of consumerism. Goodly Christian people in American, have you no shame?
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Beware of Gifts and Grand Bargains

moulinroe Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 5:03 PM
Goodly evangelical Christians in America have become hopelessly enmeshed in a slavish worship of all that is pleasant, all that is comfortable, all that is material -- they worship things, they worship products. Will they ever succeed in shaking off this burden, in giving free rein to the spirit that was breathed into us at birth, that spirit which distinguishes us from the animal world. Goodly Christian people, you lost the war on Christmas; you turned the birth of Christ into an orgy of materialism and a worship of consumerism. Goodly Christian people in American, have you no shame?
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Ron Paul, American Hero

moulinroe Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 4:56 PM
I believe the Republican party screwed up in Iraq on purpose! They did not want the US Army to control Iraqi society after the fall of Saddam. The Neo-Conservatives and Republican party believed Iraqi society could be re-styled to suit America's need after a whole lot of looting took place Folks, read "Policy for a New American Century." Republicans have the same philosophy here in the USA, it's called 'starve the beast.'
I believe the Republican party screwed up in Iraq on purpose! They did not want the US Army to control Iraqi society after the fall of Saddam. The Neo-Conservatives and Republican party believed Iraqi society could be re-styled to suit America's need after a whole lot of looting took place Folks, read "Policy for a New American Century." Republicans have the same philosophy here in the USA, it's called 'starve the beast.'
I believe the Republican party screwed up in Iraq on purpose! They did not want the US Army to control Iraqi society after the fall of Saddam. The Neo-Conservatives and Republican party believed Iraqi society could be re-styled to suit America's need after a whole lot of looting took place Folks, read "Policy for a New American Century." Republicans have the same philosophy here in the USA, it's called 'starve the beast.'
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Diagnosis GOP: Critical Condition

moulinroe Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 4:50 PM
Here's a typical bagger response, "The context specifically refers to the pensions paid to Civil War veterans..." My response, "yeah, and the 2nd Amendment only refers to flintlocks, muskets, blunderbusses and such!" LOL
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