Informed Opinion

Alva, FL

#5495 Mar 31, 2013
Opinion wrote:
The Obama Dems have destroyed the country. We need a republican congress to stop the march to socialism.
Yep,

The Republicans weren't able to burn the whole house all the way to the ground last time.

Let's buy them some gasoline, some matches, and let the children finish burning the house to the ground.

- Bush's doubling of the national debt;

- Bush's turning a budget surplus into a $1.4 Trillion Dollar annual budget deficit;

- Bush's starting three wars and hiding their costs "off budget" leaving and actual deficit over $2 Trillion Dollars higher than even admitted;

- Bush signing the bill creating Medicare Part D - costing $1.4 Trillion Dollars without funding a dime if the costs;

- Bush's leaving us the Greatest Recession since the 30s;

- Bush's leaving thousands dead under the World Trade Center;

- Bush's causing thousands of Marines to come home in body bags, and tens of thousands wounded, injured and disabled;

Yep that's be good.

Just cash your Social Security check, visit the doctor using your Medicare; pick up a couple thousand dollars in medicine using Medicare Part D, visit your public hospital, or library, or go boating on your government lakes, or go camping in your government forests,

Then whine about how bad this socialism thing is.

Since: Jul 12

Villa Rica, GA

#5496 Mar 31, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Y
Just cash your Social Security check, visit the doctor using your Medicare; pick up a couple thousand dollars in medicine using Medicare Part D, visit your public hospital, or library, or go boating on your government lakes, or go camping in your government forests,
Then whine about how bad this socialism thing is.
I will not give you the satisfaction of even answering the majority of the first and most part of your asinine statement.
Yes, Retired people should use the Democratcs social programs, they paid for them in taxes by taken from them by force.
As far as going camping, fishing boating, hunting why the need for the government to own all this land? The government owns 650 million acres of land art this time. That makes up 29% of the total United States.Why do they need all this land? People were just as happy hunting and camping when the government didn't own it. I don't thing the bears or birds care who owns the land. The government must always have a so called reason to buy up or confiscate more and more land. "It's for the people to use, or we are saving a plant, animal, or something to save the earth".
Who really needs it?
uninformed opinion

Atlanta, GA

#5497 Mar 31, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep,
The Republicans weren't able to burn the whole house all the way to the ground last time.
Let's buy them some gasoline, some matches, and let the children finish burning the house to the ground.
- Bush's doubling of the national debt;
- Bush's turning a budget surplus into a $1.4 Trillion Dollar annual budget deficit;
- Bush's starting three wars and hiding their costs "off budget" leaving and actual deficit over $2 Trillion Dollars higher than even admitted;
- Bush signing the bill creating Medicare Part D - costing $1.4 Trillion Dollars without funding a dime if the costs;
- Bush's leaving us the Greatest Recession since the 30s;
- Bush's leaving thousands dead under the World Trade Center;
- Bush's causing thousands of Marines to come home in body bags, and tens of thousands wounded, injured and disabled;
Yep that's be good.
Just cash your Social Security check, visit the doctor using your Medicare; pick up a couple thousand dollars in medicine using Medicare Part D, visit your public hospital, or library, or go boating on your government lakes, or go camping in your government forests,
Then whine about how bad this socialism thing is.
ur not real smart r u? u appear 2 be stupid.
uninformed opinion

Atlanta, GA

#5498 Mar 31, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
Waste of time trying to explain that to "UN" informed opinion. He just grabs at straws. Even if he "got it", he would never admit it. You know how libs are.
hey, don't be using my name when referring 2 that dumbazz clown!
Informed Opinion

Alva, FL

#5499 Mar 31, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>I will not give you the satisfaction of even answering the majority of the first and most part of your asinine statement.
Yes, Retired people should use the Democratcs social programs, they paid for them in taxes by taken from them by force.
As far as going camping, fishing boating, hunting why the need for the government to own all this land? The government owns 650 million acres of land art this time. That makes up 29% of the total United States.Why do they need all this land? People were just as happy hunting and camping when the government didn't own it. I don't thing the bears or birds care who owns the land. The government must always have a so called reason to buy up or confiscate more and more land. "It's for the people to use, or we are saving a plant, animal, or something to save the earth".
Who really needs it?
Please, you're smarter than that.

Every day you and I, our families, and our neighbors benefit from hundreds of government programs before we even get out of bed.

But if America sucks so bad ... I hear Somalia is looking for folks with your political views.

No government, no regulations, no taxes, survival of the the most heavily armed.

Maybe you could load up Bush, Cheney, Rumsfield, Rushbo, and the rest of the hypocrites who financially raped the country and killed thousands of Marines for the sake of British Petroleum, Exxon Mobil, and Halliburton.

Those of us Americans who kinda like the Constitution are willing to pay the taxes needed to support our fellow citizens when they get old or ill. We call that "Patriotism".

Safe travels.

Informed Opinion

Alva, FL

#5500 Mar 31, 2013
uninformed opinion wrote:
<quoted text>ur not real smart r u? u appear 2 be stupid.
Wow - that articulate, factually supported argument was very persuasive.

Don't worry, when you reach high school, they might have a debate class that will teach you how infantile and childish a post like that is, and how educated grown ups will think you must have fallen on your head as a baby not to understand that.

I hope that head injury doesn't give you headaches. Now you know why the government regulates the height of cribs.

Since: Jul 12

Villa Rica, GA

#5501 Mar 31, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow - that articulate, factually supported argument was very persuasive.
Don't worry, when you reach high school, they might have a debate class that will teach you how infantile and childish a post like that is, and how educated grown ups will think you must have fallen on your head as a baby not to understand that.
I hope that head injury doesn't give you headaches. Now you know why the government regulates the height of cribs.
I think you have just made my point for me. The government regulates everything. About all that is left is when to s**t, breath, sleep, already working on what to eat and drink, how many children to have and where to live.
You are just going to love it!

Since: Jul 12

Villa Rica, GA

#5502 Mar 31, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
I think you have just made my point for me. The government regulates everything. About all that is left is when to s**t, breath, sleep, already working on what to eat and drink, how many children to have and where to live.
You are just going to love it!
Oh, I forgot to say and this is for the Common Good of the People.
Who needs a U.S.Constitution when the government does and knows all?
Informed Opinion

Alva, FL

#5503 Mar 31, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, I forgot to say and this is for the Common Good of the People.
Who needs a U.S.Constitution when the government does and knows all?
I'm glad they do.

It's great that government regulations mean:

- Planes don't usually explode;
- Cars don't usually explode;
- Kids bedding and pajamas aren't kindling for fire;
- 30,000 people a year live that would have died in car crashes;
- Millions haven't died from nuclear generating plants melting down;
- 35.000 people a year live that would have died from medical malpractice;
- The guy down the street can't own a howitzer;
- Planes don't crash into each other 17 times a day over Atlanta;
- The public schools can't teach the world is 6,000 years old, and other nonsense;
- The guy who built the building I office in was certified in construction technologies;
- Deputies try to prevent crazies with guns from wiping out my kids' schools;
- The pizza that was just delivered cane from a store that was inspected to avoid killing my family with botulism;
- My Dad, me, and my kids could and have enjoyed public grade schools, high schools, colleges, and graduate schools;
- My neighbor can't put a nuclear waste dump on his land;
- The title insurance company insuring my Cabin has to pay me if the title to it is clouded;
- My parents lived good lives after retirement with Social Security and Medicare despite having devoted their entire lives to helping others at low paying jobs;
- Drunk drivers go to jail and their risk to my kids is limited;
- My neighbors house in Florida won't fling parts through my walls during a hurricane;
- The hurricane insurance company I pay premiums to has to pay when damage occurs;
- The gas lines that run to my town don't explode every couple of months;
- The houses where my kids sleep over don't burn down because the electricians were licensed;
- The bank where I have my accounts is safe because FDIC insures my accounts;
- The tires SUVs don't explode and cause hundreds of crashes killing dozens of kids;

Yep, I like government regulations, anyone who doesn't is insane, and should enjoy the benefits of Somalia.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#5505 Mar 31, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm glad they do.
It's great that government regulations mean:
- Planes don't usually explode;
- Cars don't usually explode;
- Kids bedding and pajamas aren't kindling for fire;
- 30,000 people a year live that would have died in car crashes;
- Millions haven't died from nuclear generating plants melting down;
- 35.000 people a year live that would have died from medical malpractice;
- The guy down the street can't own a howitzer;
- Planes don't crash into each other 17 times a day over Atlanta;
- The public schools can't teach the world is 6,000 years old, and other nonsense;
- The guy who built the building I office in was certified in construction technologies;
- Deputies try to prevent crazies with guns from wiping out my kids' schools;
- The pizza that was just delivered cane from a store that was inspected to avoid killing my family with botulism;
- My Dad, me, and my kids could and have enjoyed public grade schools, high schools, colleges, and graduate schools;
- My neighbor can't put a nuclear waste dump on his land;
- The title insurance company insuring my Cabin has to pay me if the title to it is clouded;
- My parents lived good lives after retirement with Social Security and Medicare despite having devoted their entire lives to helping others at low paying jobs;
- Drunk drivers go to jail and their risk to my kids is limited;
- My neighbors house in Florida won't fling parts through my walls during a hurricane;
- The hurricane insurance company I pay premiums to has to pay when damage occurs;
- The gas lines that run to my town don't explode every couple of months;
- The houses where my kids sleep over don't burn down because the electricians were licensed;
- The bank where I have my accounts is safe because FDIC insures my accounts;
- The tires SUVs don't explode and cause hundreds of crashes killing dozens of kids;
Yep, I like government regulations, anyone who doesn't is insane, and should enjoy the benefits of Somalia.
Oh,yes. Because plane and car manufacturers want their products to be dangerous and kill their customers, it is such a great way to increase sales. And nuclear power plants otherwise would be designed to fail because that is so profitable for a company. And on and on and on. This is just as intelligent as saying Republicans want the air and water their children breath and drink to be polluted.
But that is what passes for "reasoned" debate with a liberal.

Since: Jul 12

Villa Rica, GA

#5506 Mar 31, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm glad they do.
It's great that government regulations mean:
- Planes don't usually explode;
- Cars don't usually explode;
- Kids bedding and pajamas aren't kindling for fire;
- 30,000 people a year live that would have died in car crashes;
- Millions haven't died from nuclear generating plants melting down;
- 35.000 people a year live that would have died from medical malpractice;
- The guy down the street can't own a howitzer;
- Planes don't crash into each other 17 times a day over Atlanta;
- The public schools can't teach the world is 6,000 years old, and other nonsense;
- The guy who built the building I office in was certified in construction technologies;
- Deputies try to prevent crazies with guns from wiping out my kids' schools;
- The pizza that was just delivered cane from a store that was inspected to avoid killing my family with botulism;
- My Dad, me, and my kids could and have enjoyed public grade schools, high schools, colleges, and graduate schools;
- My neighbor can't put a nuclear waste dump on his land;
- The title insurance company insuring my Cabin has to pay me if the title to it is clouded;
- My parents lived good lives after retirement with Social Security and Medicare despite having devoted their entire lives to helping others at low paying jobs;
- Drunk drivers go to jail and their risk to my kids is limited;
- My neighbors house in Florida won't fling parts through my walls during a hurricane;
- The hurricane insurance company I pay premiums to has to pay when damage occurs;
- The gas lines that run to my town don't explode every couple of months;
- The houses where my kids sleep over don't burn down because the electricians were licensed;
- The bank where I have my accounts is safe because FDIC insures my accounts;
- The tires SUVs don't explode and cause hundreds of crashes killing dozens of kids;
Yep, I like government regulations, anyone who doesn't is insane, and should enjoy the benefits of Somalia.
Most regulations and laws should be done by the individual states and local cities. There are way to many laws by them and you just love all the endless laws and regulations of the Federal Government. Your love to be told what to do 24 hours a day just amazes me. I bet you hated to move out of your parents home. You did move out didn't you?

Since: Jul 12

Villa Rica, GA

#5507 Mar 31, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh,yes. Because plane and car manufacturers want their products to be dangerous and kill their customers, it is such a great way to increase sales. And nuclear power plants otherwise would be designed to fail because that is so profitable for a company. And on and on and on. This is just as intelligent as saying Republicans want the air and water their children breath and drink to be polluted.
But that is what passes for "reasoned" debate with a liberal.

+1 Excellent points that you made. This was my point in a previous post. The government must always have a reason to save us from something so it can buy up, make new laws, or literally regulate business's out of business if that is their goal. The government says we are protecting you. I say who is protecting us from the government? They sound Marxist or maybe Fascist to me.
They let us do the work of running a business but tell us how to run our business. If we do not do exactly what we are told they fine us and or put us out of business. Our hard work turns into money which we must give to the government so we don't go to jail for not giving our hard labor and money to them. This sounds like a mafia protection racket. Just who really owns and runs the business anyway? Its in our name as long as we do as told and give our money to the government. Looking at it this way says that the business is actually owned by the government and all the common people. This of course is for the Common Good of the people. Does this make sense?

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#5508 Mar 31, 2013
domino wrote:
Happy Easter, everyone. "HE IS RISEN"
He is Risen, Indeed.

Since: Jul 12

Villa Rica, GA

#5509 Mar 31, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm glad they do.
It's great that government regulations mean:
- Planes don't usually explode;
- Cars don't usually explode;
- Kids bedding and pajamas aren't kindling for fire;
- 30,000 people a year live that would have died in car crashes;
- Millions haven't died from nuclear generating plants melting down;
- 35.000 people a year live that would have died from medical malpractice;
- The guy down the street can't own a howitzer;
- Planes don't crash into each other 17 times a day over Atlanta;
- The public schools can't teach the world is 6,000 years old, and other nonsense;
- The guy who built the building I office in was certified in construction technologies;
- Deputies try to prevent crazies with guns from wiping out my kids' schools;
- The pizza that was just delivered cane from a store that was inspected to avoid killing my family with botulism;
- My Dad, me, and my kids could and have enjoyed public grade schools, high schools, colleges, and graduate schools;
- My neighbor can't put a nuclear waste dump on his land;
- The title insurance company insuring my Cabin has to pay me if the title to it is clouded;
- My parents lived good lives after retirement with Social Security and Medicare despite having devoted their entire lives to helping others at low paying jobs;
- Drunk drivers go to jail and their risk to my kids is limited;
- My neighbors house in Florida won't fling parts through my walls during a hurricane;
- The hurricane insurance company I pay premiums to has to pay when damage occurs;
- The gas lines that run to my town don't explode every couple of months;
- The houses where my kids sleep over don't burn down because the electricians were licensed;
- The bank where I have my accounts is safe because FDIC insures my accounts;
- The tires SUVs don't explode and cause hundreds of crashes killing dozens of kids;
Yep, I like government regulations, anyone who doesn't is insane, and should enjoy the benefits of Somalia.

I just came across this article and thought of you. You need to move there and I promise that you will be happier than you ever thought you could be.

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/03/29/study-...
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#5510 Mar 31, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>

You give yourself entirely too much credit for having any type of brain.
He's the Strawman that never met the Wizard.

He's left-he's moderate-he's progressive-he's up-he's down-he's Federalist-he's Whig.

But mostly he's just a Libtard without a Brain.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#5511 Mar 31, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm glad they do.
It's great that government regulations mean:
- Planes don't usually explode;
- Cars don't usually explode;
- Kids bedding and pajamas aren't kindling for fire;
- 30,000 people a year live that would have died in car crashes;
- Millions haven't died from nuclear generating plants melting down;
- 35.000 people a year live that would have died from medical malpractice;
- The guy down the street can't own a howitzer;
- Planes don't crash into each other 17 times a day over Atlanta;
- The public schools can't teach the world is 6,000 years old, and other nonsense;
- The guy who built the building I office in was certified in construction technologies;
- Deputies try to prevent crazies with guns from wiping out my kids' schools;
- The pizza that was just delivered cane from a store that was inspected to avoid killing my family with botulism;
- My Dad, me, and my kids could and have enjoyed public grade schools, high schools, colleges, and graduate schools;
- My neighbor can't put a nuclear waste dump on his land;
- The title insurance company insuring my Cabin has to pay me if the title to it is clouded;
- My parents lived good lives after retirement with Social Security and Medicare despite having devoted their entire lives to helping others at low paying jobs;
- Drunk drivers go to jail and their risk to my kids is limited;
- My neighbors house in Florida won't fling parts through my walls during a hurricane;
- The hurricane insurance company I pay premiums to has to pay when damage occurs;
- The gas lines that run to my town don't explode every couple of months;
- The houses where my kids sleep over don't burn down because the electricians were licensed;
- The bank where I have my accounts is safe because FDIC insures my accounts;
- The tires SUVs don't explode and cause hundreds of crashes killing dozens of kids;
Yep, I like government regulations, anyone who doesn't is insane, and should enjoy the benefits of Somalia.
All prerequisites for you to appear on the Oprah show tomorrow. We'll be sure to tune you out.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#5512 Mar 31, 2013
uninformed opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
ur not real smart r u? u appear 2 be stupid.
He's the real deal, the man with a plan, the Shell game pro. And there is no one as smart as him, just ask him.

He has already re-created the history books on out founding fathers, He has changed their ideas, which political party they belonged too, and has gone so far as to hint they may have been women with long hair.

They got the idea of our government from his great-grand-daddy, Informed Opinion I.


ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#5513 Mar 31, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
See what I mean? lol (They LOVE to use the Constitution to try and push their liberal giveaway agenda.)
I, along with the other conservatives on Topix, complain about the lack of checks and balances in regard to the moochers who take and don't give. Surely, even the hard working democrats get TIRED of paying for those who are able bodied, but just don't want to work and game the system for all it's worth.
Ah, the Makers/Takers argument. The only one the working-class right-wingers have the ability see. They just disregard everything else because they don't like facts that don't fit their world-view.

It's all: I have to get up in the morning everyday and go to work, and they take taxes out of my check! And when I went to Walmart I saw a black person that looked like a low-life. I don't want my money going to him! I don't even like him.

That is the truth. That is the REAL basis of non-wealthy support for the Republican party.

You can throw facts and logic at them all day long and it's like water off a duck. They just think that they're having to give money to somebody who is lazy. Screw the facts and logic and being educated.

Of course the WEALTHY right-wing nut-jobs do everything they possibly can to promote this thinking, including funding and constructing the largest propaganda machine in the history of mankind. Why do they do this? They need votes for people willing to help them exploit more people for the sake of their wealth. They know they can't get those votes based on logic, so they get them based on emotion from stupid people. And the stupider you keep the people, the better life gets for big-oil and Wall Street.

So there you have it. That is what's going on.

Since: Jul 12

Villa Rica, GA

#5514 Mar 31, 2013
Chickenbutt, there is no hope for you.You actually sit around and think you know what everyone is thinking. You are a mind reader. Your dislike of people that have worked hard and have some money really shows. Actually you are a narcissist and an arrogant one at that. You look at things as if it is always the well to do peoples fault. Those damn conservatives are just so stupid is what you think. Not all conservatives are rich or well off. They just believe in Freedom and the pursuit of happiness. They believe in right and wrong and have ethics. Most conservatives have common sense. You don't. Perhaps if you were one of them you would see things differently. But you never will. You are a true socialist and pretty much anti-American. You don't fool me for a moment.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#5515 Mar 31, 2013
uninformed opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
hey, don't be using my name when referring 2 that dumbazz clown!
I most humbly apologize. I completely understand why you are offended. So sorry.:)

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