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If Hollywood Liberals Want Tax Hikes, They Should Look In the Mirror

Panda Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 11:52 PM
Carol, I have no idea how you and Dregs got into this ridiculous discussion, but your question makes no substantive point whatsoever. Naturally, children have free speech, but their statements are less trustworthy due to their lack of cognition, eloquence, and ability to differentiate truth from falsehood. So they have free speech, but it must naturally be taken with more of a grain of salt. Good enough? Jeez, next topic, Retard!
Dregs_are_Commies Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 11:56 PM
Of course, but dot punk see's it otherwise.
Panda Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 11:58 PM
Fair enough. But for crying out loud, what a wickedly pointless question! What's Dottie's point?
Panda Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 12:08 AM
No, rights are not pointless. There you go. Plus, I answered your question in detail.

Got anything else?
Uber Dave Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 11:55 PM
It's Dotsie...

...If it doesn't get a strict yes or no answer, it will throw a tantrum and say you're stupid.
If you're settling in to watch the Oscars tonight and want to genuinely enjoy the experience, best not to think of the fact that those Hollywood celebrities do their best to suck the government of all the tax subsidies they can get while simultaneously advocating that taxes be raised - just, you know, not on the movie industry.

Peter Schweizer over at Forbes writes:

Consider a few of this year’s Oscar nominated films. According to a new report by the Government Accountability Institute, Quentin Tarantino’s controversial spaghetti Western, Django Unchained, featuring Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio has...