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Obama: Troll Hard With a Vengeance

sahlberg Wrote: Jul 30, 2014 9:53 AM
The Republicans are incredibly stupid. There is one obvious answer all Republicans should give whenever the question of impeachment is raised. That is, "Of course Obama deserves to be removed from office, however, because we have a Senate that is controlled by Democrats who are so corrupt that they will never, under any circumstances, vote to remove Obama from office no matter what he is guilty of, impeachment is an exercise in futility that clear-thinking Republicans are not even considering.
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Policing America

sahlberg Wrote: Jul 23, 2014 2:44 PM
Government should not be permitted to use any weapons inside the US against its own citizens that those same citizens are not allowed to possess. This would take us back to where the balance of power between citizens and government is what it was when the 2nd amendment was ratified.
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When College Isn't Worth It

sahlberg Wrote: Jul 22, 2014 10:34 AM
Do college graduates earn more money because of their degree or because of the character traits and greater intelligence on average that enable them to obtain their degrees? Is it not possible or even likely that these same people would earn more money even if they did not have a degree?
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Has the Right Lost Its Will to Fight?

sahlberg Wrote: Jul 18, 2014 1:19 PM
The impeachment question is incredibly easy to answer. Republicans should simply reply that of course Obama should be impeached, but since the Democrats are completely lacking in integrity and they control the senate, it would be an exercise in futility. Also, the Republicans should never miss an opportunity to explain that the democrats are the party of the end justifies the means and that anyone who doesn't agree with that is out of their mind to ever vote for a democrat.
You wrote that President Obama's policies have been ineffective. Unfortunately, that is not true. They have been extremely effective. It's just that the effects have all been negative instead of positive.
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Why Banks Are Robbed

sahlberg Wrote: Jun 27, 2014 8:39 AM
What if the corporate income tax were just replaced with a national sales tax?
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You Don't Own You

sahlberg Wrote: Jun 19, 2014 7:52 AM
You are of course correct about our duties, however I cringe at the thought of duty becoming a part of our political debates. The left will want government to define our duties for us and make them mandatory. When that happens, we will be living in a total police state.
People are stuck on the notion that transparency in who donates how much is the solution. The solution is the opposite. Develop a system where donations to politicians can and must be made anonymously and any donation that is made known to the politician is automatically considered a bribe and the politician who accepts the donation is automatically forever and always barred from government employment.
Best column I've read in years.
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Obama’s Legacy is Death

sahlberg Wrote: Jun 02, 2014 8:50 AM
You have finally gotten around to asking the same question I have been asking for 5 years now, "Is Obama a moron, or is he a monster?"
The quest for transparency regarding political contributions is a fool's errand. The right approach is anonymity. The only real reason a contributor needs for a candidate to know of his contribution is that he expects some consideration from the candidate, making the contribution a bribe.
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