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Realtime

Deltona, FL

#853169 Feb 3, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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You missed that earlier, DJIA up 110% off its 2009 low. Pretty good if you ask me but then again, I'm aware of the non-partisan nature of markets. My ideology doesn't require that I ignore reality.
Your "sources"
Ha!
How about "sauces?" Pretty sure that's bronach, the troll that's been 26 years old since he started posting on topix 8 years ago. Whatever__the fk is appearing on a dozen topix threads and probably several other anons.

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#853170 Feb 3, 2013
discardian wrote:
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Hah! "The majority of voters" huh? I remind you that the Constitution itself is about protecting the rights of the minority. where would Guam be without Constitutional protections.
Probably still out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

“"commie obammy"”

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#853171 Feb 3, 2013
If you want to hand your stuff over to the government, Tenzing, then you go ahead. I'm keeping all my stuff and I've got guns to make sure it stays put.
Patriot

Boulder, CO

#853175 Feb 3, 2013
The End Game

How the 'Elite' Will Sell Global Collapse To The Masses

Thursday, January 31, 2013

The globalists have stretched the whole of the world thin. They have removed almost every pillar of support from the edifice around us, and like a giant game of Jenga, are waiting for the final piece to be removed, causing the teetering structure to crumble. Once this calamity occurs, they will call it a random act of fate, or a mathematical inevitability of an overly complex system. They will say that they are not to blame. That we were in the midst of “recovery”. That they could not have seen it coming.

Their solution will be predictable. They will state that in order to avoid such future destruction, the global framework must be “simplified”, and what better way to simplify the world than to end national sovereignty, dissolve all borders, and centralize nation states under a single economic and political ideal...

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/01/how-elite...

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/01/better-th...

http://bible.cc/revelation/13-16.htm vs 16-18

http://bible.cc/john/14-29.htm

“"commie obammy"”

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#853176 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
<quoted text> r u really that stupid? It's from the NYT's, pretty early to be drinking, isn't it?
Interesting and telling that as usual you attack the source rather than the facts. Is that how your liberal debate teacher taught you to do it?
No, actually it's a great time to be drinking. An entire evening is about to be ruined by the ridiculous spectacle of smaller white men being crushed by bigger black ones. I mean it's as if we're celebrating the very thing we spend all day complaining about.

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#853178 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
<quoted text> r u really that stupid? It's from the NYT's, pretty early to be drinking, isn't it?
Interesting and telling that as usual you attack the source rather than the facts. Is that how your liberal debate teacher taught you to do it?
One of us must have been drinking but I don't think it was me. At least I didn't paste a quote from a Heritage blog then deny it:

Regulatory policy made a cameo appearance in last night’s presidential debate when Governor Mitt Romney took aim at the Obama Administration’s penchant for making rules.

“Regulations have quadrupled,” Romney said.“The rate of regulations quadrupled under this President.”

The assertion led to a mini-controversy this morning over the Obama regulatory record. Left-leaning blogger Andrew Sullivan, Salon.com , and the Huffington Post all jumped in to argue that there has been no such increase in regulation. Obama, in fact, has imposed fewer new regulations than did Bush, they claim.
http://blog.heritage.org/2012/10/17/debate-an...

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#853179 Feb 3, 2013
Sarge wrote:
is it true they are gonna put armed guards at gun ranges now>??
Yes, and at churches too. The trick is to get them while they're praying for more money.

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#853181 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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No Heritage Foundation here, chumly, you must really be loaded this morning:
Obama Wrote 5% Fewer Rules Than Bush While Costing Business ...
www.bloomberg.com/.../obama-wrote-5-fewer-rul... ...
Oct 25, 2011 – President Barack Obama's “tsunami” of new government regulations looks ... The Obama administration has issued 16 rules to implement the ...
Obama administration cranking out regulations following reelection ...
www.greeleygazette.com/press/...
Nov 12, 2012 – Obama administration cranking out regulations following reelection ... I've ordered a government-wide review, and if there are rules on the ...
Come boy blunder, show us you have an actual spine in that mass of gelatinous goo you call your body.
No Heritage Foundation but the same tactic. There's a difference between regulatory law and statutory law. Your "sources" combine both and attribute them to Obama. If they treated the Bush administration similarly the grotesque growth brought by Medicare "reform", NCLB, and the TSA would dwarf anything Obama's done.

I don't expect you to understand it but its not my responsibility to educate you, that should have been done by your parents and whatever excuse of a school you may have attended.

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#853182 Feb 3, 2013
Ohhhh....

You take the high road and I'll take the low road..

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#853183 Feb 3, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text> How about "sauces?" Pretty sure that's bronach, the troll that's been 26 years old since he started posting on topix 8 years ago. Whatever__the fk is appearing on a dozen topix threads and probably several other anons.
Sounds familiar, explains a lot. I can't tell that particular quarter of nitwits apart, they all function at the same very low level.

How do you tell a Bronach from a DimNeutron from an Eman?

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#853184 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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welfare queens are what got Obimbles elected twice, so you must be on the side of welfare queens, not me. Dumbass, try to accuse a staunch republican of wanting the government to bail us out, how long you been pushing that stupid lie that no one believes?
You're the one whining that Obama hasn't created a job for you yet.
TSM

El Paso, TX

#853185 Feb 3, 2013
It’s easy to understand Liberals/Democrats’ philosophy “What’s Good for American is Bad for Liberals” if you need evidence just look how the Liberal Media is trying to Spin this Bad Economic News as Positive!!

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#853186 Feb 3, 2013
discordian wrote:
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I'm sure that young black guy I saw who was jobless and homeless would be really impressed with the DJ average being up, if he even knows what it is. Idiotic libs brag about the rich and the DJA while millions can't find work and they're too stupid to see the contradiction.
Wow, you make DBWronger look smart.

Didn't think it was possible.

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#853187 Feb 3, 2013
I recently saw a young white guy who was on his way to Oklahoma. He was carrying a suitcase and a ragged backpack and he was homeless too. I'm pretty sure he was dickless, but I couldn't be sure. Where was Obamalie for this young man, huh? Same place he was for the seven hours that the United States Ambassador to Benghazi was being paraded naked around the streets of the Libyan capital with a cowbell tied to his nuts.

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#853188 Feb 3, 2013
discardian wrote:
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No, actually it's a great time to be drinking. An entire evening is about to be ruined by the ridiculous spectacle of smaller white men being crushed by bigger black ones. I mean it's as if we're celebrating the very thing we spend all day complaining about.
I'm off to go watch. I'll be sure to notice if they put all the smaller white guys on one team and the bigger black guys on the other.

Sheesh!

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Realtime

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#853189 Feb 3, 2013
Sarge wrote:
is it true they are gonna put armed guards at gun ranges now>??
Pretty good observation.
The latest story is that the "sniper" took a troubled young returning vet with PTSD under wing and thought that taking him to range would be a good idea.
If that's so, I would wonder how the "sniper" lived to see four Iraq tours.
Or maybe they were all tipping a few brewskis?

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Eastern Oregon

#853190 Feb 3, 2013
Death of Tenzing wrote:
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Incorrect, funding comes from Congress, Command and Control rests with the President. That's how if a Gary Johnson had won the presidency, on his first day in office he could order all US troops and equipment home and nobody could do a thing to stop him.
The framers wrote in the Constitution that Congress has the power to declare war, to raise and support armies, and to repel invasions, but they also named the president as commander in chief, giving him the power to order the armed forces to defend the country.

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#853191 Feb 3, 2013
TSM wrote:
It’s easy to understand Liberals/Democrats’ philosophy “What’s Good for American is Bad for Liberals” if you need evidence just look how the Liberal Media is trying to Spin this Bad Economic News as Positive!!
Oh now, there you go again. I think what the man was saying was, the Dow Jones is representative of business as a whole, that's why it's on the front page of every newspaper in the country. Now, admittedly, it doesn't seem like the man on the street is benefiting - which is, I think, what your saying - and that's true, but here's where your analysis falls apart. The reason for this is not what you imagine it is. The reason for this is that the interests of "business" are the opposite from the interests of "the people." It's as plain as the nose on your face... well, that's a bad example...

It's the dirty little secret of economics. Economic well-being for a small group of greedy individuals signifies economic doom for the much larger volume of individuals "below" them in the pecking order.

It's like Judaism in a way. When the very fabric of your being inextricably tied to the acquisition of money you tend to overlook the condition of others who are not so single-minded. By conflating money and happiness you change the fundamental meaning of the Purfuit of it.

Now you can't have it both ways, puppy, either the successes of individual investors is good and the "success" of "the people" is bad, or, the success of the people is elevated to at least equal value as the success of "business." As recent history demonstrates, the success of business operates in inverse degree to the success of the people. Particularly when the people can be convinced to vote and act against their own best interests. It's academic.

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#853192 Feb 3, 2013
The Voice of Rosin wrote:
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Boy, you're just a font of idiotic aphorisms, aren't you, son? A stitch in time saves whine.
You never open your mouth without subtracting from the sum of human knowledge.

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#853193 Feb 3, 2013
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You never open your mouth without subtracting from the sum of human knowledge.
I have no evidence that you would recognize 'knowledge' if it were to hit you in the face, and I'm willing to try?

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