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The Coming DNC Disaster

Tad6 Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 9:18 AM
Unlike the Republican Party, who marches in lock-step, Democrats have always entertained disparate views.
You are right. Religion is an irrational belief.
But he is compared to Romney.
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Can Obama Be Re-Elected on Broken Promises?

Tad6 Wrote: Jun 19, 2012 9:46 AM
Can Romney be elect on campaign lies? See:
Mostly by a few millionaires and billionaires who want the economy for themselves.
Why doesn't Kyle Olsen mention the annual average rate of pay for teacher. And the average hours per day of work. Ever since the 1950's, teachers have been the 'whipping boys (girls)' of the right-wing when talking about austerity. No wonder we rank so poorly in the world in education. It's only been since the rise of the teachers' unions that teacher have gotten a fair deal---but still America ranks in the middle of the industrial world in regards to pay.
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Read My Red Lips: RECESSION

Tad6 Wrote: Jun 11, 2012 9:40 AM
Business profits grew by 11%, and the stock market has increased by 50%, since Obama took office.
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Who Will Protect the Freedom to Blog?

Tad6 Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 10:11 AM
Come on Right-wing---there is injustice everywhere. This just happens to hit the right-wing. Quit being a martyr.
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The Recall Heard Around the World

Tad6 Wrote: Jun 07, 2012 9:37 AM
At least the Democrats re-took the Senate---which will serve to moderate the tyranny of Walker. Conservatives say they believe people should be paid according to their contribution, but their default mode for teachers is 'pay them as little as possible'. I've watched for 60 years as they've turned down request after request for modest pay increases. It was only with the rise of the NEA that teachers began to have someone in their corner to help them with the fight.
Somebody has to stand up for teachers---that's the NEA (conservative believe in paying the lowest wage possible).
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The Great Destroyer

Tad6 Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 9:53 AM
It's difficult to be a fascist and a communists, since the two are diametrically opposed. In fascism, the state in owned by the corporations; in socialism the corporations are owned by the state; in communism, the corporations are owned by the people. Although there are no pure economic systems in the world, these designations demonstrate their direction---with the exception of communism (of which there are no real examples in existence).
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