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Well, duh! If people keep watching and trusting corporate national media, that's the propaganda they've been fed. What would you EXPECT the poll numbers to look like. Most polls are nothing but a reflection of which "authors of the truth" people have been listening to.
So why did you read it and take the time to comment? Nobody's making you read and comment on it.
Yep - there are now more one-day-a-month workers than there used to be. Too bad median household income keeps plummeting while the dollar keeps getting hammered by the Fed to the tune of $85+ Billion a month of "QE".
I've seen plenty of men take criticism for choosing to be a full-time parent while their wife plays the breadwinner. Not all men are as capable of "winning the bread" and not all women are as adept at being the full-time parent. It goes both ways. However, as a rule of thumb, there are things women can do that men can't and things men can do that women can't. Childbirth and breastfeeding come to mind. Once past that, each family has to decide for themselves how to best mete out their abilities to fulfill their responsibilities. In any case, the children will reflect how high a priority they were to their parents and pass it on down...
My wife was the major income-earner in our family until she dropped her "job" to become a full-time (far from "stay-at-home") mom and wife. She's never worked harder in her life than as a full-time mom and manager of the household - but she does it far better than any "pro".
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Why Did Costco Label Bible as Fiction?

tsimitpo Wrote: Nov 19, 2013 4:52 PM
By some accounts, any book ever penned and published by man have some inaccuracies, mis-characterizations, and mis-representations in them. By that standard, there is NO book that could be categorized as Non-fiction. I'm kinda curious, though - were all the "Bibles" published by Zondervan?
Have you ever seen all the good stuff that's made it back into your city's water supply? How much of it is your 'filter' really taking out? Of COURSE they want us to drink more water. Being that the vast majority of us have no access to anything but 'processed' water and standard filters, it's the easiest way for our 'masters' to get toxic chemicals and gasses into us with almost no limitation on dosage. Some of those chemicals lower our IQ's and make us more passive and less resistant to captive 'freedom'.
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'Proportional' Response

tsimitpo Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 9:00 PM
My response wasn't restricted to the article - it was to all the reactionary "talk" I've seen everywhere that implies pre-emptive action on our part. If you haven't seen it then you aren't noticing. I'm not for war, because it serves the interests of those who are controlling us. Proportional seems to be favored by many when it comes to crime and punishment - that's just my observation.
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'Proportional' Response

tsimitpo Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 6:10 PM
You should demand more from your source(s) of info. Who stands to gain most by what actions/threats?
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'Proportional' Response

tsimitpo Wrote: Apr 09, 2013 5:50 PM
North Korea doesn't have near the capability that we're being told they have and they have a history of using empty threats to get us to give them more food. Why are we so eager to beat wardrums just because the moneychangers who control our government and media have tried to scare us into it? Proportional sure beats pre-emptive - especially when the pre-emptive is based solely on heresay.
I guess it comes down to the fundamental position of whether the people are agents of their government or if their government is an agent of the people. In the former instance, the people are "granted" limited liberties by their government and in the latter the powers of the government are limited by an inherently free people.
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