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The 'Fairness' Fraud

Mr Chipz Wrote: Feb 25, 2014 9:51 AM
Fairness is nothing more than the Progressives rally cry for power, and envy is one of the easiest vices to exploit. So they do, and they do it well. Appointing themselves arbiters of fairness they garner both prestige, money and power. Power to take from the mean, greedy "unfair" producers and give it to the less fortunate, meanwhile they take a cut of the proceeds for themselves and feel good about it in the process.
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The Real Reaction to Obamacare

Mr Chipz Wrote: Dec 15, 2013 12:31 PM
What's funny is people like "the friend" get upset when the perpetual motion machine they've helped sell doesn't work and is costing "them" money. What's worst to him is now how long will he have to wait before before the public will buy Blue brand Snake Oil. LOL...
The tea party should and will continue to be a force in the GOP, even arch RINO's like McCain seem to be able to accept the reality that the tea party has a voice in the GOP, even though there's some kicking and screaming involved. Just two months ago he was calling them cuckoo birds but now he's singing the same "Cuckoo bird song" How does that song go, oh ya "repeal obamacare now"
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Tea Party at the Crossroads

Mr Chipz Wrote: Nov 12, 2013 3:00 PM
The problem I have with the Republican elites is they're all a bunch of old lifers with Stockholm syndrome. The get along to go along thing has led us all to here = full blown socialism. The Tea Party is the last ditch effort to change course and or resist, and the Rep. elites have fought them hand in hand with the Dems the whole way. No wonder there's a rift in the republican party.
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More Trouble Than He Knows

Mr Chipz Wrote: Nov 11, 2013 5:11 PM
The Progressives have been trying to get Government run healthcare for a hundred years plus. Now that they have it, nothing short of Armageddon will deter them. No amount of hard luck stories, or death and destruction will change there mind. Essentially they shut the government down to prove it. So we're stuck with it and all the wonderful side effects. Best thing you can do is work hard at being healthy, because going to the DMV when your life is on the line ain't going to be fun.
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Obamacare Schadenfreude

Mr Chipz Wrote: Nov 03, 2013 3:10 PM
It would be much more enjoyable if it weren't for the decline of the whole country. It's like your right hand laughing at your left hand for being stupid enough to commit suicide.
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A Queen in Obamaland

Mr Chipz Wrote: Oct 25, 2013 2:40 PM
If "O" didn't ask for Napolitano's resignation then he won't ask of Sebelius's. There is no reason to, blind loyalty is something to be rewarded, not results, although this might just be a program where results actually matter, politically. Because when the useful idiots start getting a bill for their idiocy they might, just might consider voting differently.
McCain is like a fiddle the Democrats and Press love to play. But he thinks he's a violin, He loves to go out and say look at me and the beautiful music I can make but in the end he's just an instrument the Democrats love to play.
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Shutdown Theater

Mr Chipz Wrote: Oct 09, 2013 4:04 PM
I didn't think federal employees were allowed to pray, isn't that a violation of the separation of church and state part of the constitution? LOL...
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Obamacare: A Hill to Die On

Mr Chipz Wrote: Oct 08, 2013 7:45 PM
Man you nailed it,, I'm hoping this isn't a genie the neocons can put back in the bottle. For too long the Repubs have been the patsy party kinda like the "Washington Generals" Vs. "Harlem Globetrotters". The Republicans are not the underdogs, but the team people love to hate. At least now they are showing some fortitude, and people can get behind that.
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