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    Quote Originally Posted by Pneuma View Post
    You might want to try and disguise your struck nerve a little better and google some funnier insults.
    I'm on it as we speak. Ya gotta admit, your reply to the other, was out there somewhere. Where,I do not know.

    Oh yea, that wasn't an insult. That would be against site rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac_superman View Post
    What's changed with this group? I think you could get a tax credit for having multiple kids under Gblubya. What legislation are you refering to?

    A couple that lives down the road from us is having their eighth kid and they are unemployed. How do you feel about that? They were unemployed when it was conceived. But I guess you should just have as many children as the good lord will let you have right.
    "He who will not work, neither shall he eat". (Not my words...Gods.) Be careful how you critique this statement. You have been warned.

    Liberal legislation allows for payment to unwed welfare "mothers" based on the number of kids. I realize each state handles its own but liberalism is a sick mindset that transcends every level of government.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pneuma View Post
    I don't live in DC either, just within ten miles of it in Virginia.

    The point is we all live in a community, sort of like communism right? Commuinity comminism basically the same root. We like things like public schools, roads and police. These things make our community better and we all are willing to pay to have them. We have a communistic streak.

    We all also like socialism because we like our society. We like baseball football and nascar. We like our holidays that celebrate our common heritage. We prefer everyone to be english speaking, allowing other languages to take hold based on popularity is something that otherwise free market folk really hate. Your average blue blooded republican can pound the table about free markets and still be more than a little miffed when Honeywell prints instructions in Spanish and so miffed they might call for a law, protecting their society/socialism.

    All I'm saying is this this foul cried over the idea of socialism is sort of rediculous if you can look at it without all the emotional baggage hepaed on you by the Rush Limbaugh's of the world. If your parroting this fear mongering stuff you got to ask who sold you that bag of doodoo and why did you bite so hard?

    What got me interested in this threead is you said you kept your kid home to avoid a speech, home from the same place that they will learn about drinking drugs and sex. You can;t hide them from these things you have to teach them, but you didn't use teaching to handle Obama, you used hiding. That's crazy from where I sit. You got to ask yourself what's got you acting so crazy?
    That's it? It appears that your reasoning for accepting the latest takeover by the federal government of how much people can make and what they can and can not do, as in all individuals being required to carry insurance, is that the root of two similar words justifies the means, ostensibly any means?
    That may carry the day with those of you who are tired of railing against federal intrusion, but it is not valid in light of the 10th Amendment to the Constitution.

    The regulation of commerce might be a valid argument, (I doubt so) but it is certainly not a given if we have choice. Do you remember choice? Since it is not a given, the burden of proof is on you, per the 10th Amendment, to show that it is in everyone's interest to command how much money people can make since Mr. Obama said that salary and executive administration costs are the burdens of overhead that must be reduced, and that individuals must carry insurance regardless of their own decision.

    And at the end of the day, how come it is that if there are so many wastes currently as warp and woof of the health care system/s, there are not people making changes already?
    You think they don't want to save money already?

    And now we're bringing in 30-40million more people and we're reducing costs for everyone, and this is done while increasing choice?

    You sir, have a better shot of getting pregnant.
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    That total post was good but, the last sentence,priceless.

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    When I saw the lady on the news crying over her decision to send her child to school that day, there was nothing I could do but laugh.
    C'mon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2old2rock View Post
    When I saw the lady on the news crying over her decision to send her child to school that day, there was nothing I could do but laugh.
    C'mon.
    Yep. There's no shortage of idiots in this world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by engineerdave View Post
    Yep. There's no shortage of idiots in this world.

    "...Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right, here I am, stuck in the middle..."
    lol, it always makes me think of Reservoir Dogs now
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