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Obama's Hate Couture Divas

Oppressed_Taxpayer Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 8:32 AM
There is nothing wrong with business owners pulling for a political candidate or party of their preference, but it is pure stupidity to do it at the risk of their own business. The only exception would be professional campaign workers where by design they need to be overtly for the party they represent. Business and politics may have close relationships, but for the good of the businesses smart owners adopt a don't ask/don't tell policy.
I believe the film story was an attempt to revive the meme of Fast and Furious...see what happens when you allow angry citizens to carry assault weapons and RPS...
You obviously misread the article that is about voter fraud and election integrity. It isn't about democrat, republican, or libertarian. Its about fraud which should be fully prosecuted regardless of which party is cheating. The point is that unless we can have full confidence in our electoral process, the republic can be seriously damaged.
I doubt that they will drop California again when its time to count votes.
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Obama Makes Miracles Happen

Oppressed_Taxpayer Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 9:37 AM
Perhaps the Obama campaign hired 500,000 campaign workers...
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Eddie Haskell Brooks

Oppressed_Taxpayer Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 10:25 AM
I think your on the right track, but I would lean more toward suspending voting rights while accepting unearned government welfare (food stamps, section 8, etc...) as the more direct conflict of interest. Some of the 'untaxed' simply worked to avoid taxable situations while still actively participating in (contributing to) the economy.
I don't believe the issue is rich or poor (subjective terms). The issue is somebody else or me (personal terms). Even if you don't support soaking the rich, you probably aren't all that involved as long as you don't identify yourself as one of the rich. Why should you take responsibility for your life if you can blame somebody else. All our problems have been caused by somebody else...just ask any politician. That somebody else needs to pony up and fix things.
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How Times Have Changed

Oppressed_Taxpayer Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 11:11 AM
What does this have to do with William's article? This comes across looking more like spam which may hurt rather than help your candidate.
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How Times Have Changed

Oppressed_Taxpayer Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 11:08 AM
Anyone may find themselves in a situation where public assistance could help see them through it. I have no problem with that and would encourage them to do so. The missing element is that they should pay for that assistance by giving up their right to vote until they get off the public dole. Under that kind of a system we would be able to see how much politicians really care about poor people since they would no longer be able to 'buy' votes with entitlements.
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How Times Have Changed

Oppressed_Taxpayer Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 10:14 AM
I believe that's called a madrassa.
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My Speech to the NAACP

Oppressed_Taxpayer Wrote: Jul 20, 2012 10:07 AM
jimbo, you are absolutely correct and we probably should not make light of such a tragic twist of nature. My aim was at humor...which is the intersection of the ridiculous, the absurd, and logic.
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