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traitorbill Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 12:47 PM
"By mid century the average family will have to fork over two thirds of it's income to the federal government, and upper income families will have to surrender more than 90%!" The politicians don't have the courage to say no to the parasite class. Only the second amendment option will force them to see the light. Will we remain a free people or will we become enslaved by the government? The choice is ours. I hope this quote finds it's way into Homeland's next "Profiles of Perpetrators of Terrorism" report.
NewJAl Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 12:03 AM
Do you get the impression that the 'parasite class' is actually a desire of Obama. The more the merrier, as all the way of going, we Americans know, is replaced by something that History shows is a scam.
People who will not be honest, not think, or are so egocentric that all they care about is that they get theirs. They are inextricably mixed in with the millions that have worked and given into SS, or are truly disabled. That these are linked, in any way, to users and abusers is another crime by Obama and his.
If Atlas could figure out how to shrug, you can bet he would. We are, except for certain cronies, being driven to poverty, and no one will say so.
NewJAl Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 12:17 AM
I know Countries that took all the wealth of all those that had any and they are now on the ash pile of History, or walled, so citizens can hardly get out.
People can lie to themselves, as they vote a politician who will arrange to confiscate the wealth and earnings, both that they are anything but parasites, and that they deserve what is confiscated. And admire the person making the laws that bring about the thievery.
Entitlements will shrink, either in a disastrous, socially chaotic crash, or intelligently and managed. True adults will chose the latter.

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