Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
Taxpayer

Oxford, NC

#29318 Nov 30, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Brainwashing them with what specifically?
Deny self-independence and to warship the state.
Dick

Lenoir, NC

#29319 Nov 30, 2012
TSF wrote:
Positive statement about republicans:
The republican party was ONCE a great party that was lead by men of principle who protected the best interests of our nation in their own way.
The republikan party of today consist of money whores whose only interest is protecting the pampered rich from having to pay their fair share of taxes. I submit as evidence Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States of America , John Boehner handing out PAC checks on the house floor. That act alone speaks loudly and clearly.
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WTF do you know, Twinkie?
Taxpayer

Oxford, NC

#29320 Nov 30, 2012
police state wrote:
Because republikans have spent the last four years being purposefully obstructive and it pretty much cost them the election. Their oath of office to the USA takes a back seat to Grover Norquist and tax breaks to the rich. There is no reason to believe they will work for solutions now because they could give a hoot in hell about the USA and its working class citizens. The republikan house congressmen are simply money whores for the rich.
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When did anyone in the Federal government give a dam about anyone but themselves?
Taxpayer

Oxford, NC

#29321 Nov 30, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Bravo.
Yes Bravo, that is why the United Socialist Authority is so far down on the stupide list with other nations.
Taxpayer

Oxford, NC

#29322 Nov 30, 2012
I like these words.They fit.
America's social policy, with its unending bureaucratic programs to "help" the poor, the needy, the children, the disabled, the disenfranchised that benefits the authoritarian ruling class at the expense of productive citizens is the direct result of the Democrat Party adopting and implementing the old Socialist Party of America platform along with its class warfare under the now unpopular name "liberalism."
But anyone who calls socialism "socialism" will be called unhinged, deranged or simply stupid because we're all expected to use the euphemistic code word "progressivism" and pretend it isn't socialism.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29323 Nov 30, 2012
Makin bacon wrote:
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Mike, if you don't like the content of this forum, don't post on it anymore. Move on to one that will better serve your intellectual debating skills. No one is making you stay on here. Maybe you can find one with "teams".
Mike, I've said in the past, I spent my days doing criminal background searches on people and to err is human. I don't know if your name is Thomas, if there was a photograph I still wouldn't know if it was you and quite frankly, I don't care if it was you. Let it go if it's not you. If it wasn't you good, and if it was you and you did your time, good too.
You are right, I need to find a new thread. This one is dead.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29324 Nov 30, 2012
Makin bacon wrote:
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TSF, I think I've asked you this before, would you be better satisfied with our government if only democrats were in charge? You've never had anything positive to say about the republican party and it seems if it were up to you we would just have a one party government. I believe your moniker is "police state", so wouldn't that be to your liking if we had only a one party government with democrats who aren't money whores because they're all penniless (wink wink) and know what it's like for people like you and me?
I only think we need two parties because history shows one ruling party leads to draconian rule.
Balance is always needed, but this does not mean the republicans should just be obstructionists. Compromise is needed.

There are many people who are far to the left of myself, so the republican party keeps them from taking America to far to the left.
And for the same reasons, having just republicans running the show would lead to the same problems of extremism.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29325 Nov 30, 2012
Makin bacon wrote:
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TSF, looks like you may get your "police state"
http://atlanta.cbslocal.com/2012/11/30/democr...
Looks like your beloved dems want to start leading the way. Of course before you take Hank's statements too seriously, remember, he is the dem representative that stated the island of Guam could tip over!!!:)
Corporations are not people. This is all about campaign finance, not what people can or cannot say.
Seems republicans are for corporations ruling the country and democrats are for the citizens running the country.

Luckily, the corporate money was not enough to win the presidency, but it did help in smaller races from what I am hearing.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29326 Nov 30, 2012
Makin bacon wrote:
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TSF, looks like you may get your "police state"
http://atlanta.cbslocal.com/2012/11/30/democr...
Looks like your beloved dems want to start leading the way. Of course before you take Hank's statements too seriously, remember, he is the dem representative that stated the island of Guam could tip over!!!:)
BTW, these corporations are not even exclusively owned by Americans. Why would you want foreign owners to be able to fund our political races?

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29327 Nov 30, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
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Deny self-independence and to warship the state.
I challenge you to show evidence of such. Produce a curriculum or a text book that has such and agenda.
Now as far as worshiping the state is concerned, lets get rid of that pledge for starters. Democrats are on that side, in case you were not aware. We are for science, not pledges.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29328 Nov 30, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
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When did anyone in the Federal government give a dam about anyone but themselves?
Oh cynical. Not everyone is as selfish as yourself.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29329 Nov 30, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
I like these words.They fit.
America's social policy, with its unending bureaucratic programs to "help" the poor, the needy, the children, the disabled, the disenfranchised that benefits the authoritarian ruling class at the expense of productive citizens is the direct result of the Democrat Party adopting and implementing the old Socialist Party of America platform along with its class warfare under the now unpopular name "liberalism."
But anyone who calls socialism "socialism" will be called unhinged, deranged or simply stupid because we're all expected to use the euphemistic code word "progressivism" and pretend it isn't socialism.
I do not mind the word 'socialism' as long as it is used in proper context. When one claims America is a socialist society, it is to broad a claim, as we have some socialism and much capitalism.
I get really pissed when someone uses the word 'communism' incorrectly. America is not communist at all.

I have zero problem with being called a liberal. Only republicans think the word is negative. Funny thing though, republicans hate being called republicans. They all feel they are independent.
I guess 'republican' is a bad word, no matter what side the aisle one is on.

Since: Dec 11

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#29330 Dec 1, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>BTW, these corporations are not even exclusively owned by Americans. Why would you want foreign owners to be able to fund our political races?
Sounds like sour grapes to me. I don't believe ANY speech should be limited in the U.S. Mike, you better wake up and smell the roses, our political races are bought and paid for by people that have or want to have a vested interest in the running of our government.
Taxpayer

Oxford, NC

#29331 Dec 1, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>I do not mind the word 'socialism' as long as it is used in proper context. When one claims America is a socialist society, it is to broad a claim, as we have some socialism and much capitalism.
I get really pissed when someone uses the word 'communism' incorrectly. America is not communist at all.
I have zero problem with being called a liberal. Only republicans think the word is negative. Funny thing though, republicans hate being called republicans. They all feel they are independent.
I guess 'republican' is a bad word, no matter what side the aisle one is on.
The America you are supporting is a social democracy being push to communist ideology. You get mad when people put it out into the light. The system you support advocates the use of democratic means to achieve a gradual transition from capitalism to socialism and then to communist. We already have a one party system. Whenever one wing of the statist Democrat/Republican One Party Syndicate champions the other wing pretends to oppose, so both can pretend to offer a "choice." There is no choice. The government owns us from the time we are born till the time we die and then they steal from our family after we die. The total control goes worldwide. They have already proven they can kill Americans anywhere on the planet. So there is on one choice yield and be enslaved to the state. Or fight for freedom.
Dick

Lenoir, NC

#29332 Dec 1, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
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The America you are supporting is a social democracy being push to communist ideology. You get mad when people put it out into the light. The system you support advocates the use of democratic means to achieve a gradual transition from capitalism to socialism and then to communist. We already have a one party system. Whenever one wing of the statist Democrat/Republican One Party Syndicate champions the other wing pretends to oppose, so both can pretend to offer a "choice." There is no choice. The government owns us from the time we are born till the time we die and then they steal from our family after we die. The total control goes worldwide. They have already proven they can kill Americans anywhere on the planet. So there is on one choice yield and be enslaved to the state. Or fight for freedom.
Oooohhh, aren't you the all knowing. You've got it all figured out. Pathetic little minion.
TSF

Fayetteville, NC

#29334 Dec 1, 2012
Yes. It is very important to the interests of American citizens that our politics be controlled by money from foreigners like Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and others who are pumping money into USA political advertisements to get republikans who will take bribes elected into office.
Makin bacon wrote:
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Sounds like sour grapes to me. I don't believe ANY speech should be limited in the U.S. Mike, you better wake up and smell the roses, our political races are bought and paid for by people that have or want to have a vested interest in the running of our government.
Snore

Charlotte, NC

#29335 Dec 1, 2012
Makin bacon wrote:
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Sounds like sour grapes to me. I don't believe ANY speech should be limited in the U.S. Mike, you better wake up and smell the roses, our political races are bought and paid for by people that have or want to have a vested interest in the running of our government.
Old news Bacon. That's exactly what Rockerfeller, Carnegie, Morgan, & Vanderbilt did. They paid 20 million to have Pres. Mckinley(R) elected and in their pockets to only line their pockets. They each paid 200 grand for their President that was bought literally & criminally by four crooks. And good ole Teddy R.(D) was put on as VP to keep him at bay because he was against big business and was going to put an end to it. So McKinley offered him the VP position and he took it without battin a eyelash only to eventually backfire on the 4 crooks when McKinley got assassinated. 20 grand back in 1900 equates to 20 million today. Pennies to them; 3 of the 4 were multi billionaires by todays standards but it wasn't the money honey. It was the power that kept fueling their glutony for more and more power and to keep small enterprise at bay while each of them monopolized the steel, oil, rail roads/freight industries. And all the while, didn't give a rats ass about the workers who worked in horrific and dangerous conditions. If that ain't criminal then what is besides the obvious, scum of society today. It ain't going away and to think the 2012 campaign combined costed 4-5 billion. That's another crime in it of itself. That 4-5 billion could of kept our fellow americans fed, clothed, sheltered, with money left over to educate these less fortunate people to at least put food in their mouths etc. Our Gov't today as I see it is just as corrupt as it was in the late 1800's - present.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29336 Dec 1, 2012
Makin bacon wrote:
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Sounds like sour grapes to me. I don't believe ANY speech should be limited in the U.S. Mike, you better wake up and smell the roses, our political races are bought and paid for by people that have or want to have a vested interest in the running of our government.
So you are just fine with companies owned by foreign people being the ones who buy our government?
Yes, I am sour about it. Why are you not? No wonder your party trots out people like Mitt. Your party is bought and paid for and the members of your party are cool with that.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29337 Dec 1, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
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The America you are supporting is a social democracy being push to communist ideology. You get mad when people put it out into the light. The system you support advocates the use of democratic means to achieve a gradual transition from capitalism to socialism and then to communist. We already have a one party system. Whenever one wing of the statist Democrat/Republican One Party Syndicate champions the other wing pretends to oppose, so both can pretend to offer a "choice." There is no choice. The government owns us from the time we are born till the time we die and then they steal from our family after we die. The total control goes worldwide. They have already proven they can kill Americans anywhere on the planet. So there is on one choice yield and be enslaved to the state. Or fight for freedom.
I just want to know who agreed to this post enough to put a check mark on it?

I am glad that you have moved away from calling America a communist nation and are now just worried it will someday become communist. Baby steps.
Taxpayer

Charlotte, NC

#29338 Dec 1, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>You are right, I need to find a new thread. This one is dead.
Please do what you post you're going to do. We would loose all respect for you Miley, only can you create your new thread to read simply 2012-2013 Politidicks by. Here, here!

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