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The WB

Abbeville, GA

#13062 May 23, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Those aren't the words of God. They're the words of either Paul or Tertius, it's not absolutely sure which. And they aren't the direct words - they're the words after 2000 years of translation, many times by hand, and sometimes with agendas as the books of the bible were assembled of the years.
Not the words of God.
The inspired words of God.
Scoff if you dare, but you are welcome to believe. The time is short.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#13063 May 23, 2013
All of "Evolutions" text is coming from this site:

http://www.answersingenesis.org/articles/2006...

Every word of it.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#13064 May 23, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Again, you find yourself working with false prejudicial preconceived notions rather than common sense and reality.
That leads to a lot of anger, incorrect assumptions, and illogical statements on your part.
You've heard the old saying? Garbage in--->>> Garbage out ?
That's what's wrong with a lot of RWW's. They're just poorly informed before they ever even START trying to think.
Okay, I don't know how many people may have already responded to this, but I decided I wanted to respond regardless as I wanted to take a different (less smart a$$) tack from my intent this morning.

You claim anger and incorrect assumptions on our part, but look at what you accuse those of us on the Right of supporting:
Wanting to starve the poor and the children
Not caring about our soldiers who die in battle
Wanting corporations to pollute
Wanting corporations to pay "slave" wages
Wanting the "rich" to somehow get richer on the backs of the "poor"
Wanting children to receive subpar educations
Wanting people to have no medical care
and on and on and on of things you accuse us of that would require we have no soul to support. And all of the above listed items HAVE been used as charges against us. And why - simply because we either disagree with you on how to fix the above items that illustrate problems or because we disagree with you on whether or not certain above situations even exist.

Those of us on the Right could just as easily accuse you on the Left of wanting to:
Enslave the poor to a life of dependency on government
Condemn children to subpar educations (interesting that that accusation comes from both sides)
Condemn children to subpar teachers to enrich teacher unions
Destroy the best healthcare system in the world by socializing it
Bankrupt local and state governments in order to enrich public sector employees and corrupt union bosses
Destroy capitalism in favor of fascist nationalization of businesses
Take ever more from those who work hard in order to give to those who won't (not can't)
Out of envy and hatred take everything "the rich" own (that has actually been stated on here, more than once)

We could keep slinging these accusations back and forth ad nauseum, but what would be the point? People of good will can disagree on the solutions to a problem. I do not doubt the sincerity of your belief that bigger government is the answer to the problems alluded to above. Please do not doubt our sincerity in wanting to solve those same problems, just not your way. When we disagree vehemently with your position, do not accuse us of hatred or greed or selfishness - argue the wisdom of our solutions, not our motivations. The name calling may be momentarily satisfying, but all it does it guarantee nobody listens to each other.

(Of course, if the general consensus is "geez, lady, lighten up" and if most on here get their jollies from the jabbing back and forth -as Roseanne Rosannnadanna said.......... Nevermind)
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#13065 May 23, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
<quoted text>
Typical response of the poster you're referencing, isn't it?
The little dogs should stay on the porch until he/she can play with the adults...
Quit being all huffy with your chest puffed out, little big-man.

You posted some ridiculous drivel from someone at the very top of a company that is a perfect icon of the worst of American business practices -

And you got called out on it. You looked like a fool. A money-grubbing dollar-worshiping sycophantic pompous little fool.

And we all laughed and laughed at how pathetic you are. And then we moved on.

All your angry posturing isn't going to change what has already transpired, it's not going to change anybody's mind, and it's not going to make you feel any less embarrassed.

So for the sake of sanity - grow up.
Informed Opinion

Lehigh Acres, FL

#13066 May 23, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>I asked this union thug a very legitimate question(twice) and guess what? He didn't answer. Surprise!!!!!
Sorry for the delay.

I was busy actually managing a company and earning revenue to provide incomes for my employees and pay taxes to support Right Wingers on Social Security and Medicare.

Please allow me to explain real world economics again.

Again, I know the concepts of "free trade" "free markets", like Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy, are fun to imagine - the just don't exist. They never have. They never will.

So any conversation that starts with an assumption that free trade or free markets exist is already destined to fail.

Nobody actually wants a level playing field. All capitalists use government, and any other methodology to create an unfair playing field to their advantage.

We want to force others to pay the costs of our pollution, labor, supplies, and infrastructure.
That's called externalizing costs.
That's why all those capitalist sports team owners demand taxpayers pay for the astounds in which their teams make hundreds of millions of dollars.
That's why WalMart wants taxpayers to provide healthcare for their employees through Medicaid, and Emergency Rooms.

Next, the cost of labor, like any cost, is not necessarily related to the price of a product.

Lower labor costs generally mean higher profits- not lower prices.

The provider of any product or service sells that product or service for the highest price it will bring, regardless of that products cost.

Whether it costs $1.00 or $50.00 to manufacture or provide, the price will be the highest price it will bring.

That's why Apple IPhones still cost $500.00 although they're manufactured overseas with labor costs at mere pennies an hour, with no pensions, and no benefits for the child labor and prison labor used.

That's why a Rolex Milgauss with a "Green" dial costs $1,000 more than a Rolex Milgauss with a black dial, even though they costs exactly the same to manufacture.

That's why some running shoes cost $200, when other running shoes that cost more to manufacture sell at a lower price.

Please, actually consider these indisputable facts.
You will change your mind and come to realize that unions provide a means if creating and maintaining a Middle Class, and there is absolutely no reason to assume they increase costs.

Instead, unions help transfer some of the exploding profits to the employees who's extraordinarily high productivity helps create those profits.

Those employees in turn use the increased incomes to buy products and services that further increase demand, that creates increased profits.

That's why Henry Ford said the key to making money was selling a product a price low enough, and paying employees wages high enough, to allow the employee to purchase the product they produce.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#13067 May 23, 2013
The WB wrote:
<quoted text>The inspired words of God.
Scoff if you dare, but you are welcome to believe. The time is short.
If you can't come to grips with what every educated Biblical scholar already knows is true, why should we believe anything else you have to say, Mr. Doom and Gloom?

That's a serious question.

I stand by my original post. Not the words of God. The words of Paul or Tertius after many translations.
Informed Opinion

Lehigh Acres, FL

#13068 May 23, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>Hey! WE aren't the ones paddling UPSTREAM!:))))
Right Wing Wackos never paddle upstream, they never paddle at all.

RWWs are generally scabs waiting for others to paddle the boat to the destination, all the while lying back, bitching that those paddling aren't paddling fast enough, and drinking all the water intended for the paddlers.
The WB

Abbeville, GA

#13069 May 23, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay, I don't know how many people may have already responded to this, but I decided I wanted to respond regardless as I wanted to take a different (less smart a$$) tack from my intent this morning.
You claim anger and incorrect assumptions on our part, but look at what you accuse those of us on the Right of supporting:
Wanting to starve the poor and the children
Not caring about our soldiers who die in battle
Wanting corporations to pollute
Wanting corporations to pay "slave" wages
Wanting the "rich" to somehow get richer on the backs of the "poor"
Wanting children to receive subpar educations
Wanting people to have no medical care
and on and on and on of things you accuse us of that would require we have no soul to support. And all of the above listed items HAVE been used as charges against us. And why - simply because we either disagree with you on how to fix the above items that illustrate problems or because we disagree with you on whether or not certain above situations even exist.
Those of us on the Right could just as easily accuse you on the Left of wanting to:
Enslave the poor to a life of dependency on government
Condemn children to subpar educations (interesting that that accusation comes from both sides)
Condemn children to subpar teachers to enrich teacher unions
Destroy the best healthcare system in the world by socializing it
Bankrupt local and state governments in order to enrich public sector employees and corrupt union bosses
Destroy capitalism in favor of fascist nationalization of businesses
Take ever more from those who work hard in order to give to those who won't (not can't)
Out of envy and hatred take everything "the rich" own (that has actually been stated on here, more than once)
We could keep slinging these accusations back and forth ad nauseum, but what would be the point? People of good will can disagree on the solutions to a problem. I do not doubt the sincerity of your belief that bigger government is the answer to the problems alluded to above. Please do not doubt our sincerity in wanting to solve those same problems, just not your way. When we disagree vehemently with your position, do not accuse us of hatred or greed or selfishness - argue the wisdom of our solutions, not our motivations. The name calling may be momentarily satisfying, but all it does it guarantee nobody listens to each other.
(Of course, if the general consensus is "geez, lady, lighten up" and if most on here get their jollies from the jabbing back and forth -as Roseanne Rosannnadanna said.......... Nevermind)
Good post. Thank-you.
You might find an article about the rioting in Sweden interesting as it addresses some of the issues facing the US today.
http://www.wnd.com/2013/05/multiculturalism-b...
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#13070 May 23, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Bain Capital -
Buy company with borrowed money;
Loot same;
File Bankruptcy;
Screw creditors;
Void union contracts;
Screw employees;
Dump pension liabilities on taxpayers;
Give bonuses to management;
Bankruptcy Trustee sells off remnants.
Buy company;
Repeat above.
Buy company;
Repeat above.
Looted
It doesn't get much simpler than that. How to make money in America these days:

Step 1: Produce Nothing.
Step 2: Gamble with somebody elses money.
Step 3: Skim off the top.
Step 4: Do things that anybody with a conscience wouldn't do.
Step 5: Put the money in your pocket.
Step 6: Leave somebody else to pay for the clean-up and expenses.
Step 7: Make sure you didn't produce ANYTHING ever, because that might be too much like work.
Step 8: Move the money to somewhere it won't be taxed.
Step 9: Pay bonuses to your partners with "loan" money from an out-of-country subsidiary.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#13071 May 23, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Quit being all huffy with your chest puffed out, little big-man.
You posted some ridiculous drivel from someone at the very top of a company that is a perfect icon of the worst of American business practices -
And you got called out on it. You looked like a fool. A money-grubbing dollar-worshiping sycophantic pompous little fool.
And we all laughed and laughed at how pathetic you are. And then we moved on.
All your angry posturing isn't going to change what has already transpired, it's not going to change anybody's mind, and it's not going to make you feel any less embarrassed.
So for the sake of sanity - grow up.
Oh, the irony of this post...

The poster still can't refute the points made by Ed Conard, attack them and attack the person that posted them.

"You posted some ridiculous drivel"

Dispute the points. You can't so go try to go around them.

"And we all laughed and laughed at how pathetic you are. And then we moved on."

Imagine the people laughing at you...

"So for the sake of sanity - grow up."

Typical of the clueless and uneducated, the irony is laughable...
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#13072 May 23, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry for the delay.
I was busy actually managing a company and earning revenue to provide incomes for my employees and pay taxes to support Right Wingers on Social Security and Medicare.
Please allow me to explain real world economics again.
Again, I know the concepts of "free trade" "free markets", like Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy, are fun to imagine - the just don't exist. They never have. They never will.
So any conversation that starts with an assumption that free trade or free markets exist is already destined to fail.
Nobody actually wants a level playing field. All capitalists use government, and any other methodology to create an unfair playing field to their advantage.
We want to force others to pay the costs of our pollution, labor, supplies, and infrastructure.
That's called externalizing costs.
That's why all those capitalist sports team owners demand taxpayers pay for the astounds in which their teams make hundreds of millions of dollars.
That's why WalMart wants taxpayers to provide healthcare for their employees through Medicaid, and Emergency Rooms.
Next, the cost of labor, like any cost, is not necessarily related to the price of a product.
Lower labor costs generally mean higher profits- not lower prices.
The provider of any product or service sells that product or service for the highest price it will bring, regardless of that products cost.
Whether it costs $1.00 or $50.00 to manufacture or provide, the price will be the highest price it will bring.
That's why Apple IPhones still cost $500.00 although they're manufactured overseas with labor costs at mere pennies an hour, with no pensions, and no benefits for the child labor and prison labor used.
That's why a Rolex Milgauss with a "Green" dial costs $1,000 more than a Rolex Milgauss with a black dial, even though they costs exactly the same to manufacture.
That's why some running shoes cost $200, when other running shoes that cost more to manufacture sell at a lower price.
Please, actually consider these indisputable facts.
You will change your mind and come to realize that unions provide a means if creating and maintaining a Middle Class, and there is absolutely no reason to assume they increase costs.
Instead, unions help transfer some of the exploding profits to the employees who's extraordinarily high productivity helps create those profits.
Those employees in turn use the increased incomes to buy products and services that further increase demand, that creates increased profits.
That's why Henry Ford said the key to making money was selling a product a price low enough, and paying employees wages high enough, to allow the employee to purchase the product they produce.
Brilliant post. Good Job.

Too bad those who need to read it the most can't get their ADD under control long enough to read a few words.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#13073 May 23, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
We should thank him for allowing normal Americans to exploit him to show how dangerously disturbed Right Wing Wackos truly are.
Defending Bain Capital, is like defending child molesters selling crack to handicapped children at an orphanage.
These RWW's are disturbed individuals. They have no morals at all, despite always saying "God". Their only loyalty is to their egos and the almighty dollar.
The WB

Abbeville, GA

#13074 May 23, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
It doesn't get much simpler than that. How to make money in America these days:
Step 1: Produce Nothing.
Step 2: Gamble with somebody elses money.
Step 3: Skim off the top.
Step 4: Do things that anybody with a conscience wouldn't do.
Step 5: Put the money in your pocket.
Step 6: Leave somebody else to pay for the clean-up and expenses.
Step 7: Make sure you didn't produce ANYTHING ever, because that might be too much like work.
Step 8: Move the money to somewhere it won't be taxed.
Step 9: Pay bonuses to your partners with "loan" money from an out-of-country subsidiary.
The business model of higher education in America. Good of you to point it out.
The WB

Abbeville, GA

#13075 May 23, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
These RWW's are disturbed individuals. They have no morals at all, despite always saying "God". Their only loyalty is to their egos and the almighty dollar.
Another intellectually dishonest post.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#13076 May 23, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Those aren't the words of God. They're the words of either Paul or Tertius, it's not absolutely sure which. And they aren't the direct words - they're the words after 2000 years of translation, many times by hand, and sometimes with agendas as the books of the bible were assembled of the years.
Not the words of God.
Actually CB, scholars have been amazed at the faithfulness of the scriptures when compared with the earliest copies we have. When the Dead Sea Scrolls were found and studied, the accuracy of the Old Testament as we have it today and that reflected in the Scrolls was stunning. The Book of Isaiah had only three words that were different - and that was in spelling only. The New Testament is much the same. The earliest written copies we have are from the 2nd-3rd century, but that puts them within 150 - 250 years of the original manuscripts and we have hundreds of copies of the New Testament from the next few hundred years that have been compared and contrasted for accuracy. In contrast, Caesar's "Gallic Wars", considered a classic of ancient literature and "the definitive text" of the Gallic Wars is known to us by only 9 copies of a manuscript that was written 900 years after Caesar wrote them. And yet no one questions the accuracy of the "Gallic Wars".
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#13077 May 23, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, the irony of this post...
The poster still can't refute the points made by Ed Conard, attack them and attack the person that posted them.
"You posted some ridiculous drivel"
Dispute the points. You can't so go try to go around them.
"And we all laughed and laughed at how pathetic you are. And then we moved on."
Imagine the people laughing at you...
"So for the sake of sanity - grow up."
Typical of the clueless and uneducated, the irony is laughable...
The IRONY is laughable - in fact it's down-right hilarious. What makes it so funny is that YOU don't see the real irony.

You're a laughable little man. But you're so convinced you're something.

Thanks for the great job you're doing promoting the Democratic Party. It's greatly appreciated.
Informed Opinion

Lehigh Acres, FL

#13078 May 23, 2013
Death Panel wrote:
<quoted text>Wait. I'm seeing you 'people' contradict yourselves over and over and over.

Are we $7 an hour trailer park junkies or are we rich, selfish yacht cruising Mr. Howell's rolling and bathing in the dollar bills earned by poor liberals sweat?
Get your stereotypes straight. Geeesh.
There are, and always have been two types of Right Wingers.

The smart ones are Cheneys, Rumsfelds, Trumps, etc., who understand everything Right Wingers profess is absolute b.s.

They consider themselves to be the new feudal kings - which is fairly accurate as they enjoy lives that would have made feudal kings cringe with envy.

The second kind are the serfs.

Serfs disgust the feudal kings.

The Rich Right Wingers consider serfs to be tools, too ignorant to grasp that all serfs fight so hard for, is completely contrary to the country's best interests as well as the serfs own.

They consider serfs to be the ignorant 47%ers,(remember that video), easily manipulated into further cutting taxes on billionaires, further transferring wealth from everyone else to them, and sacrificing sons in idiotic wars to protect multinational profits.

Rich Right Wingers wouldn't let the serfs in their homes in a million years unless your there to scrub the floors,(at less than minimum wage).

They laugh at the serfs that work so hard to cause you and your children to become serfs to the new feudal kings.

Then there are the Right Wing Wackos a/k/a the "serfs".

Like 1938 Germany, they are manipulated with hate and fear into aligning themselves with the Rich Right Wingers.

The RWW/Serfs believe in Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and that someday, if only they suck up to their feudal kings enough, they might win the lottery of life, and become feudal kings.

And I might grow to be 6 foot 4 and have a full head of hair.
ChicknButt

Abbeville, GA

#13079 May 23, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
The IRONY is laughable - in fact it's down-right hilarious. What makes it so funny is that I don't see the real irony.
I'm a laughable little man. But I'm so convinced I'm something.
I'm doing a great job exposing the Democratic Party. I know it's greatly appreciated by honest level headed people.
That's better.
ChicknButt

Abbeville, GA

#13080 May 23, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
We LWW's are disturbed individuals. We have no morals at all. My only loyalty is to my egos and the almighty dollar.
Yup
Informed Opinion

Lehigh Acres, FL

#13081 May 23, 2013
rebuttal wrote:
<quoted text>Progressives are all about taking someone else's money. Didn't your mother teach you to leave your hands off others' property?
Progressives are generally severely truth challenged as well.
The end justifies the means in their self absorbed little minds.
Your bunch in control of the government would have been destroyed by the media and all of you foolish progressive minions had those in control been of the wrong political party. Let's face it, progressives are blindly Democrat no matter what.
You can worship Dear leader all you want, but leave the sane people out of your twisted picture of Amerika as you see it.
As Right Wing Wackos continue to enjoy all the benefits unions and moderates and progressives and democrats provide,

they just keep being the selfish, greedy, deadbeat, freeloading scabs that RWWs are famous for being.

But Right Wingers need not worry, we Normal Americans will continue to carry the load for then as we always have.

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