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#31713 Jan 5, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>I claimed his views/ideology, not quotes. One example from Obama/Liberals......Obamacare.
I knew you could not do it. Clearly it is just your biased and warped view that it is Obama's views/ideology.
If you could not find a single quote from Obama on capitalism and change the words, then your statement was meaningless.
How does one change the words of a "view" or "ideology"?

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#31714 Jan 5, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text>I claimed his views/ideology, not quotes. One example from Obama/Liberals......Obamacare.
So where do I insert the word "Jews" into Obamacare?

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

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#31715 Jan 5, 2013
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>But, Sweetie, I thought that's what the US Dept of Labor and OSHA were for, to enforce safe working conditions and fair pay.
Unions are the free market approach to the problem. I see you are only for corporations to benefit from the free market tools?

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#31716 Jan 5, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =yt1fYSAChxsXX&feature=you tube_gdata_player
Pay attention to his first couple sentences.
A video for all to watch.
Which proves my point about his use of a teleprompter. Now find one as President where he constantly looked down at his notes. Reagan was notorious for the use of the teleprompter, but somehow you mistakingly think that only liberals and Democrats use this technology, and give Republicans a pass. Another right wing misconception. 99% of Presidential speeches are written by staff members. What is wrong with it's use anyhow?

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#31717 Jan 5, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> being unionized has everything to do.with safe working conditions and fair pay, as the robber barons who owned the sweatshops were not noted for their humanity.
Labor unions are organized groups of dues-paying workers from the same or related fields who have joined together to present a collective voice in matters of negotiation. They have internally elected leadership and have been a powerful force in the American workplace for many years. By joining together in a group, they provide a more powerful voice than individual workers. Using tactics such as strikes and boycotting allows them to exert pressure on management to have their requests met.

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#31718 Jan 5, 2013
Unions Today

In recent decades union membership has declined. According to the Library of Economics and Liberty, union membership in the private sector had peaked in 1970 with 17 million members. That number had dwindled to 8.8 million by 2002. Public sector jobs have an estimated 37.5 percent unionization rate. It is estimated that in the near future, public sector jobs will house the majority of unionized workers while the private sector will dwindle to numbers comparable to those of a hundred years ago.

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#31719 Jan 5, 2013
North Carolina has the fewest percentage of unionized workers in America.Perhaps this is why North Carolina has such a booming economy.

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#31720 Jan 5, 2013
http://www.bls.gov/eag/eag.nc.htm

For a glance at NC economy. It ain't great, but it could be worse. I think Texas is still beating out NC on growth over all.

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#31721 Jan 5, 2013
I'm sorry.I don't have time for Topix, as i'm busy staring at the ceiling.

Since: Dec 11

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#31722 Jan 5, 2013
Arnold-Ziffel wrote:
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Which proves my point about his use of a teleprompter. Now find one as President where he constantly looked down at his notes. Reagan was notorious for the use of the teleprompter, but somehow you mistakingly think that only liberals and Democrats use this technology, and give Republicans a pass. Another right wing misconception. 99% of Presidential speeches are written by staff members. What is wrong with it's use anyhow?
You just made my point. Reagan, while looking down at his notes, was speaking HIS words, not some words of a speech writer. Palin, after the teleprompter "mysteriously" quit working a third of the way into her speech, continued on speaking HER words, not words from a speech writer. Both turned out to be great speeches.
We know what happens when Obama speaks his words without a teleprompter.

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#31723 Jan 5, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>And I never claimed you did. Now only if you had responded to what I charged you with instead of diverting.
I clearly pointed to Silver on the charge you speak of.
Now again, do you think Hitler's atrocity was his socialism?
First, it's you who is the master of diversion.
Second, socialism was just one of his many atrocities.
Let's not forget, Time Magazine, a liberal rag, once named Hitler Man of the Year.

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#31725 Jan 5, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks for your view that is devoid of any empathy.
You're welcome

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#31726 Jan 5, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> First, it's you who is the master of diversion.
Second, socialism was just one of his many atrocities.
Let's not forget, Time Magazine, a liberal rag, once named Hitler Man of the Year.
You conveniently forget that the National Review said" Jeffrey DAHMER is truly a man for our times,a dining expert who never takes himself, or his politics, too seriously".Isn't the Review a"conservative"rag?

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#31727 Jan 5, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Ok, so split some hairs. Either way, Obama is not a dictator. He was elected using the form of government of a republic. Evidently you hate republics, not just dictatorships.
It's good to know that you think the difference between a Republic and a Democracy us just "splitting hairs." I'm glad our founding fathers thought more of the issue than you.
I never claimed him to be a dictator, must be another one of your attempts of diversion.

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#31728 Jan 5, 2013
emlu wrote:
http://www.bls.gov/eag/eag.nc. htm
For a glance at NC economy. It ain't great, but it could be worse. I think Texas is still beating out NC on growth over all.
But now with full Republican control for the first time in over 100 years, things will surely get better, we have nowhere to go but up. Maybe we can follow the ways of a conservative Texas and join them at the top!

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#31729 Jan 5, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> But now with full Republican control for the first time in over 100 years, things will surely get better, we have nowhere to go but up. Maybe we can follow the ways of a conservative Texas and join them at the top!
I understand your state legislature has passed a law making it illegal for it to flood along your coastline.I guess that's a good start.

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#31730 Jan 5, 2013
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> But now with full Republican control for the first time in over 100 years, things will surely get better, we have nowhere to go but up. Maybe we can follow the ways of a conservative Texas and join them at the top!
I think you'd be happier in Texas.I know a guy who makes a great living....shooting wild hogs for farmers and ranchers! The things have a bounty on them.Couple of dogs,a rifle or two, and of course a Ford truck, and you're in bidness!!
Gail

Chicago, IL

#31731 Jan 5, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> You conveniently forget that the National Review said" Jeffrey DAHMER is truly a man for our times,a dining expert who never takes himself, or his politics, too seriously".Isn't the Review a"conservative"rag?
You should know internet idiot, you are Jeffrey DAHMER. Now shut the hell up retard and go back to staring at the ceiling, where you can be useful.

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#31732 Jan 5, 2013
Good old Gail, actually using her own name today!Mah-velous! You Didn't know I had your photo taped to my ceiling?

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#31733 Jan 5, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Good old Gail, actually using her own name today!Mah-velous! You Didn't know I had your photo taped to my ceiling?
Where???

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