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Paul Ryan Has Answer for Ferguson

tibby2 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 12:47 PM
Real "leading from behind" is kicking them in their behind.
Like any good idea a liberal will find ways of abusing it with brown shirt tactics and ignorant businesses will take as gospel anything they see on the internet. My name on this website had to be changed because of similar tactics. My friends on Facebook were ghosted and messages supposedly from them were sent to me in an effort to secure info. An e-mail I received supposedly from my bank had an accurate image down to the colors that requested info from me. I printed the page and took it directly to the bank. Electronic media has been good by the law cannot change as rapidly as technology can and government does not want to be bothered by what they consider petty things. This is how bigger things start by beginning as petty things. If America gives up control of the Internet that will be the second step in relinquishing national security. If you want to know what the first step was then travel to the southern border.
Because it irritates liberals.
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Paul Ryan Has Answer for Ferguson

tibby2 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 10:30 AM
We accept the fact that in the world of professional sports there are disparate skill levels that command disparate compensation and do not hardly bat an eye over the fact that so very few achieve that level. Both natural ability and dedication to improving those skills help them to rise and maintain that higher level of performance. Some sports are higher paying than others depending upon the amount of customers watching those sports and the sponsors that hope to attract the attention of those customers. Muscles have to be exercised to build stamina, brains and brawn are required to reach the top. The world of business also uses "muscles" that have been exercised, it's called a brain. There are those with natural abilities for business or numbers, many others have to train to build those "muscles" in a particular "sport". Those that have the greatest amount of talent are sought out just as in sports. Just as in sports those with the greatest talent have the highest compensation. Many train for business or sports but there is only so much room at the top. A liberal will accept the competition in the world of sports but will not accept the competition in the world of business. A conservative accepts the competition in both.
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Paul Ryan Has Answer for Ferguson

tibby2 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 10:09 AM
We have the best electorate money can buy.
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Is Your Food Conservative?

tibby2 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 9:52 AM
Southern fried chicken and Wisconsin buttered burgers, sounds like a recipe for "one nation, under God with liberty and justice for all ". Liberalism is a cancer that devours liberty.
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The Upright and Locked Position

tibby2 Wrote: Aug 31, 2014 8:23 AM
Perhaps the passengers who were inconvenienced by the miscreant passengers should ban together and file a class action lawsuit against the offenders. Perhaps the airline should charge the miscreants for the cost of the diversion. I'll wager that when a passenger that creates a problem is financially responsible for the large costs incurred by others there will be fewer problem passengers. Money has a way of bringing people to their senses, not just a fine but actual costs.
The problem is not the transparency of the Obama administration, it is the myopia of his unquestioning supporters.
So with Muslims killing Muslims which do we support the Muslim bad guys, the Muslim badder guys or the Muslim baddest guys all of which would kill us at the drop of a turban.
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Whatever Happened to the Chevy Volt?

tibby2 Wrote: Aug 31, 2014 6:49 AM
Those they have created and maintain a government that is too big to succeed are concerned about businesses and banks that are "too big to fail".
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The Upright and Locked Position

tibby2 Wrote: Aug 31, 2014 6:43 AM
People who act like sheep and vote like lemmings are complaining that they are treated like cattlte. A person cannot control how tall they are but often can control how wide they are, just sit between two who are wide by choice and see what I mean. Also keep in mind that dousing yourself in perfume or cologne does not bode well for the person with asthma that is forced to sit next to you. If that offends you then put tape over your mouth and a clothespin on your nose to experience what it is like when your asthma doesn't allow you to breathe.
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