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#31771 Jan 7, 2013
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TSF

Kenly, NC

#31772 Jan 7, 2013
The only one in DC with any balls would be Hillary Clinton.
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
<quoted text>
Does that include of exclude all the women representatives?
Taxpayer

Point Harbor, NC

#31773 Jan 7, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
<quoted text>
Taxpayer. The Communist Manifesto. Please reveal my political leanings with direct quotes from this work that shows how I am in accordance with this philosophy.
It's a good question, because unless you know by what standard you should measure freedom, you cannot know if you really ARE free. Let's get personal. How do YOU rate your own freedom? And what is it that defines the freedom you think you have? How would you answer the following? Are you able to start a business without bureaucratic overload? Are you able to cut down a tree in your own back yard? Are you able to keep the money you earn? Are you able to smoke marijuana? Are you able to read any book, or see any movie? Are you able to express your opinion without fear? Are you able to gamble at offshore online casinos? Are you able to travel without undue harassment? Are you able to buy, sell or trade whatever you like? Are you able to keep your personal information private? The list could go on, but you get the drift. Freedom, when it comes down to the wire, is the ability to make choices about your own life and property. Freedom is NOT about negating the same choices for other people

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#31774 Jan 7, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
It's a good question, because unless you know by what standard you should measure freedom, you cannot know if you really ARE free. Let's get personal. How do YOU rate your own freedom? And what is it that defines the freedom you think you have? How would you answer the following? Are you able to start a business without bureaucratic overload? Are you able to cut down a tree in your own back yard? Are you able to keep the money you earn? Are you able to smoke marijuana? Are you able to read any book, or see any movie? Are you able to express your opinion without fear? Are you able to gamble at offshore online casinos? Are you able to travel without undue harassment? Are you able to buy, sell or trade whatever you like? Are you able to keep your personal information private? The list could go on, but you get the drift. Freedom, when it comes down to the wire, is the ability to make choices about your own life and property. Freedom is NOT about negating the same choices for other people
That was a good post Taxpayer.

“Seek Light”

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#31775 Jan 7, 2013
"Thousands sign petition calling for deportation of CNN host Piers Morgan"....

Since: Sep 12

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#31776 Jan 7, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
It's a good question, because unless you know by what standard you should measure freedom, you cannot know if you really ARE free. Let's get personal. How do YOU rate your own freedom? And what is it that defines the freedom you think you have? How would you answer the following? Are you able to start a business without bureaucratic overload? Are you able to cut down a tree in your own back yard? Are you able to keep the money you earn? Are you able to smoke marijuana? Are you able to read any book, or see any movie? Are you able to express your opinion without fear? Are you able to gamble at offshore online casinos? Are you able to travel without undue harassment? Are you able to buy, sell or trade whatever you like? Are you able to keep your personal information private? The list could go on, but you get the drift. Freedom, when it comes down to the wire, is the ability to make choices about your own life and property. Freedom is NOT about negating the same choices for other people
waco is correct, that is a good post.

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#31777 Jan 7, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
It's a good question, because unless you know by what standard you should measure freedom, you cannot know if you really ARE free. Let's get personal. How do YOU rate your own freedom? And what is it that defines the freedom you think you have? How would you answer the following? Are you able to start a business without bureaucratic overload? Are you able to cut down a tree in your own back yard? Are you able to keep the money you earn? Are you able to smoke marijuana? Are you able to read any book, or see any movie? Are you able to express your opinion without fear? Are you able to gamble at offshore online casinos? Are you able to travel without undue harassment? Are you able to buy, sell or trade whatever you like? Are you able to keep your personal information private? The list could go on, but you get the drift. Freedom, when it comes down to the wire, is the ability to make choices about your own life and property. Freedom is NOT about negating the same choices for other people
You have not cited anything from the Communist Manifesto, therefore, you have no evidence that I am a Communist or even a sympathizer to the Communist cause. "Freedom, when you come down to the wire, is the ability to make choices about your own life and property". Does this apply to everyone? You stated earilier that the Civil Rights movement did not involve freedom. Are you also saying that you support gays in their choice of marriage partners and the right to ,in fact, marry the individual that they choose to love? Sounds as if your "freedom" is only selective to the ones you agree should have freedom. Not to everyone. Is that true freedom when some are still denied?

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#31778 Jan 7, 2013
TSF wrote:
The only one in DC with any balls would be Hillary Clinton.
<quoted text>
She certainly has more than most. LOL

“Seek Light”

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#31780 Jan 7, 2013
Yes folks borrow some money from the low-life loan company! Pay ruinous interest rates! Might as well take the money and go to Vegas!

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#31781 Jan 8, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> I'm not a church person.Nor a Catholic.
So?

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#31782 Jan 8, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
It's a good question, because unless you know by what standard you should measure freedom, you cannot know if you really ARE free. Let's get personal. How do YOU rate your own freedom? And what is it that defines the freedom you think you have? How would you answer the following? Are you able to start a business without bureaucratic overload? Are you able to cut down a tree in your own back yard? Are you able to keep the money you earn? Are you able to smoke marijuana? Are you able to read any book, or see any movie? Are you able to express your opinion without fear? Are you able to gamble at offshore online casinos? Are you able to travel without undue harassment? Are you able to buy, sell or trade whatever you like? Are you able to keep your personal information private? The list could go on, but you get the drift. Freedom, when it comes down to the wire, is the ability to make choices about your own life and property. Freedom is NOT about negating the same choices for other people
I see you failed to answer the question yet again.

Now to your irrelevant questions. Everything is relative. Freedom is relative. A truly free person could murder if he wished, but clearly no society is for that absolute freedom. Yelling fire in a theater is dangerous to others, so your freedom of speech is restricted here as it should be IMO.

What book are you not allowed to read?

Who can say what is "reasonable"? All this is up for debate and our system debates and decides just what is reasonable and what is not.

We strive for the most freedom while keeping relatively safe. Sometimes things are decided that seem a bit skewed. I am sure all liberals here can remember condemning Bush for curbing what we see as freedoms that were reasonable.

You have the right to condemn them also, but to call us communists for being in a system that is not perfect is irrational and not descriptive of what we are.

Your communist rhetoric just makes you look like an extremist lunatic and thus we shut our ears to your concerns. Speak rational and we may listen.

A good start would be to answer our questions for a change. You keep dodging them and this makes you look like you have no rational answers. Thus we assume your views are flawed.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#31783 Jan 8, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> That was a good post Taxpayer.
So you believe Taxpayer answered Arnold's question?
I did not see Taxpayer address the question one bit.
TSF

Kenly, NC

#31784 Jan 8, 2013
I notice that banks are going to have to pay out over $18,000,000,000 (18 billion dollars) in restitution for illegal and fradulent loan and foreclosure practices. This is after republikans in congress declared that we don't need no stinking banking regulations. The republikan party is morally bankrupt. Tax breaks for the rich is not an ideology, it is just unrestrained greed.

“Seek Light”

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#31785 Jan 8, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>So you believe Taxpayer answered Arnold's question?
I did not see Taxpayer address the question one bit.
SO?

“Seek Light”

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#31786 Jan 8, 2013
TSF wrote:
I notice that banks are going to have to pay out over $18,000,000,000 (18 billion dollars) in restitution for illegal and fradulent loan and foreclosure practices. This is after republikans in congress declared that we don't need no stinking banking regulations. The republikan party is morally bankrupt. Tax breaks for the rich is not an ideology, it is just unrestrained greed.
A great post.
Taxpayer

Point Harbor, NC

#31787 Jan 8, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
<quoted text>
You have not cited anything from the Communist Manifesto, therefore, you have no evidence that I am a Communist or even a sympathizer to the Communist cause. "Freedom, when you come down to the wire, is the ability to make choices about your own life and property". Does this apply to everyone? You stated earilier that the Civil Rights movement did not involve freedom. Are you also saying that you support gays in their choice of marriage partners and the right to ,in fact, marry the individual that they choose to love? Sounds as if your "freedom" is only selective to the ones you agree should have freedom. Not to everyone. Is that true freedom when some are still denied?
So, you claim the state authority to steal property is not communist. You have related to actions of the government impinging on business as ok, communism. It's often said that the hallmark of a free society is when freedom of speech is sacrosanct, meaning that one has the freedom to express opinions or disagreements with regards to the existing political or social order. Having the freedom to talk aloud or to engage in heated debates against government authorities but only with limits is, communisms. The first, fundamental condition for the introduction of your communism is the political liberation of the people through a twisted democratic constitution you support.
You support the established and false democracy that guaranteeing the subsistence of the user and non-producer. You support limiting private property in such a way that it gradually prepares the way for its transformation into social property, by progressive taxation, limitation of the right of inheritance in favor of the state. By supporting employing non-American worker downgrades the quality of life for those who support the ideas of American freedoms. Pushing them into having to rely on the state for survival. You support the state controlling and educating all children at the expense of the working Americas. Reject existing religions in which you make all existing religions superfluous and supersede them with communist rule.

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

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#31788 Jan 8, 2013
TSF wrote:
I notice that banks are going to have to pay out over $18,000,000,000 (18 billion dollars) in restitution for illegal and fradulent loan and foreclosure practices. This is after republikans in congress declared that we don't need no stinking banking regulations. The republikan party is morally bankrupt. Tax breaks for the rich is not an ideology, it is just unrestrained greed.
Banking deregulation was signed into law by Clinton, a democrat.

Since: Dec 11

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#31789 Jan 8, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
So, you claim the state authority to steal property is not communist. You have related to actions of the government impinging on business as ok, communism. It's often said that the hallmark of a free society is when freedom of speech is sacrosanct, meaning that one has the freedom to express opinions or disagreements with regards to the existing political or social order. Having the freedom to talk aloud or to engage in heated debates against government authorities but only with limits is, communisms. The first, fundamental condition for the introduction of your communism is the political liberation of the people through a twisted democratic constitution you support.
You support the established and false democracy that guaranteeing the subsistence of the user and non-producer. You support limiting private property in such a way that it gradually prepares the way for its transformation into social property, by progressive taxation, limitation of the right of inheritance in favor of the state. By supporting employing non-American worker downgrades the quality of life for those who support the ideas of American freedoms. Pushing them into having to rely on the state for survival. You support the state controlling and educating all children at the expense of the working Americas. Reject existing religions in which you make all existing religions superfluous and supersede them with communist rule.
Taxpayer, I don't totally agree with everything you have posted. I, well did own land and I never had the threat of it being taken from me. Land and your home can be taken if the taxes are paid. I don't like paying property taxes; however, those taxes are used to help fund a multitude of things you might need one day, i.e. local firefighters, police dept, roads, local libraries, parks etc. What I don't like is how my property tax would go up and for the past 3-4 years, the sell of real estate decreased about 30%.
It's not against the law to stand on the street corner and peacefully picket, hand out flyers or stand there and tell everyone that passes by your opinion about today's politics and how it makes you mad as hell, just as long as you don't harass others or you find one that doesn't agree with you and you guys decide to throw down on main street.
I was reading from others' post, but personally I've never been able to read any material I wish to or buy any reading or viewing material I want to. I've never been told by the government what to do in my home or on my property. I don't know where you live, but I don't care enough what my neighbors are doing in view or behind closed doors to call the police. Their time is better spent trying to get real criminals off the street and not someone reading "Catcher in the Rye".
I will agree with you on the fact we are making more Americans dependent daily on government and that needs to stop. We need to take pork in all these laws being passed to educate, and mandate these people get up off their butts and make their way the same as you and I. A little hard work never killed anyone, but the cycle of government dependency to live has to stop.
I've never been told I cannot worship freely. I've been ridiculed on here by posters, but until the doors at locked at my local church, I'll continue to worship when and where I want and if my religious freedom is infringed upon, I know what I believe in my heart and my mind and that can't be taken away.
Public schools are necessary. I chose to send my child to private school where I paid tuition there and still paid my taxes that provided monies for public education. You get what you pay for and in N.C. you certainly can tell it must be a small bit as far behind as our children are behind other states in public schools. Home schooling is a good alternative but must be taken seriously by parents.
Well, that about covers it.


“Seek Light”

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#31790 Jan 8, 2013
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
<quoted text>
Banking deregulation was signed into law by Clinton, a democrat.
Yes.Clinton compromised with republicans frequently.

“Seek Light”

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#31791 Jan 8, 2013
Makin bacon wrote:
<quoted text>
Taxpayer, I don't totally agree with everything you have posted. I, well did own land and I never had the threat of it being taken from me. Land and your home can be taken if the taxes are paid. I don't like paying property taxes; however, those taxes are used to help fund a multitude of things you might need one day, i.e. local firefighters, police dept, roads, local libraries, parks etc. What I don't like is how my property tax would go up and for the past 3-4 years, the sell of real estate decreased about 30%.
It's not against the law to stand on the street corner and peacefully picket, hand out flyers or stand there and tell everyone that passes by your opinion about today's politics and how it makes you mad as hell, juskt as long as you don't harass others or you find one that doesn't agree with you and you guys decide to throw down on main street.
I was reading from others' post, but personally I've never been able to read any material I wish to or buy any reading or viewing material I want to. I've never been told by the government what to do in my home or on my property. I don't know where you live, but I don't care enough what my neighbors are doing in view or behind closed doors to call the police. Their time is better spent trying to get real criminals off the street and not someone reading "Catcher in the Rye".
I will agree with you on the fact we are making more Americans dependent daily on government and that needs to stop. We need to take pork in all these laws being passed to educate, and mandate these people get up off their butts and make their way the same as you and I. A little hard work never killed anyone, but the cycle of government dependency to live has to stop.
I've never been told I cannot worship freely. I've been ridiculed on here by posters, but until the doors at locked at my local church, I'll continue to worship when and where I want and if my religious freedom is infringed upon, I know what I believe in my heart and my mind and that can't be taken away.
Public schools are necessary. I chose to send my child to private school where I paid tuition there and still paid my taxes that provided monies for public education. You get what you pay for and in N.C. you certainly can tell it must be a small bit as far behind as our children are behind other states in public schools. Home schooling is a good alternative but must be taken seriously by parents.
Well, that about covers it.
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