Since: Nov 08

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#20345 Jul 30, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>

Someone who:
- announces that his union efforts have resulted in a reasonably nice lifestyle;
- who encourages those less fortunate to engage in union building to also obtain decent lifestyles for them and their children; and
- criticizes scabs who want to enjoy the wages and benefits resulting from the efforts of others;
is not a hypocrite.
Oh, my. Where to begin....
1. According to your bragging, you live MUCH MORE than a reasonably nice lifestyle. You've bored us with all of your trappings several times.( Sort of shows a lack of class, imo.)
2. One doesn't need to belong to a bullying union to EARN a "reasonably nice" lifestyle. It's a more admirable lifestyle that is obtained by a LACK of bullying and violence.
3. Scabs. How nice. Those who work HARDER than a spoiled union thug get called names. Non-union workers don't ride on a union thug's coattails at all. They work for less. For you to even THINK their wages and benefits result from your bullying is laughable. They think for themselves. They earn less, yes, but they don't have someone else telling them how to think, who they can associate with and whom they can vote for.
Yes. YOU and those like you are hypocrites.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#20346 Jul 30, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>

A hypocrite is someone who enjoys all the socialist benefits, like Socialist Security, Medicare, Public Schools, Public Utilities, Electrical Co-Ops; State Universities; Insured Bank Accounts and Pensions; Public Roads, Public Hospitals; etc;
then criticizes other who defend those very policies from which they benefit.
Glad I could help.
Maybe you could explain this to the other inhabitants of Right Wing Planet.
And there you go.....slipping right back in to your mental illness abyss.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#20347 Jul 30, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
Now, now.
"IO thinks that wealth is greed. Read all his post for the last two months and you will see."
That's just a silly thing to say, but if it makes you feel better to build "straw men" so you can attack them - enjoy yourself.
Those who have any reading comprehension skills understand two things :
A) your "straw man" is inaccurate, and nonsensical;
and
B) use of such an obvious "straw man" argument is proof that there is no legitimate argument to my posts.
Thanks.
Oh, the irony of this post about Straw Man arguments, from the King of Irony (of is it the Queen?)...
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#20348 Jul 30, 2013
Where wrote:
<quoted text>
Poor jeb has no ladder, he has a one step stepstool, get on the public dole.
Would you like to tell us about all the wealth that you have accumulated, or maybe all the property that you own, rich bitch?
When

Cleveland, GA

#20350 Jul 31, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>Would you like to tell us about all the wealth that you have accumulated, or maybe all the property that you own, rich bitch?

Being fixated on money is not a good trait to live by jeb.

The word “poor” can refer to poor decisions made, a poor spirit, poor living conditions,
and etc., including a poor monetary condition.

My use of the “poor” word was not directed at your monetary status.
It was directed at your apparent lack of setting goals to succeed in life.
Poor being the descriptive. The subject being the steps of a ladder to succeed.
Most people will set a goal to succeed, and list out the steps of achieving that goal, if indeed their hope is to better their lot in life. By better I refer to a “more secure station in life for self and family.”

I merely pointed out you seem to have only set one step as your goal in life.


The post was directed at your hope status, based on what you have posted so far as a user on topix.
Such things as “a desire for the rich to be taxed more to alleviate you and others of your burdens.”

A desire to support the liberal socialist cause of equal distribution of assets.

And your inability to post exactly where you stand on different issues.

When

Cleveland, GA

#20351 Jul 31, 2013
When wrote:
<quoted text>
Being fixated on money is not a good trait to live by jeb.
The word “poor” can refer to poor decisions made, a poor spirit, poor living conditions,
and etc., including a poor monetary condition.
My use of the “poor” word was not directed at your monetary status.
It was directed at your apparent lack of setting goals to succeed in life.
Poor being the descriptive. The subject being the steps of a ladder to succeed.
Most people will set a goal to succeed, and list out the steps of achieving that goal, if indeed their hope is to better their lot in life. By better I refer to a “more secure station in life for self and family.”
I merely pointed out you seem to have only set one step as your goal in life.
The post was directed at your hope status, based on what you have posted so far as a user on topix.
Such things as “a desire for the rich to be taxed more to alleviate you and others of your burdens.”
A desire to support the liberal socialist cause of equal distribution of assets.
And your inability to post exactly where you stand on different issues.

I'm not your enemy jeb, you are your worst enemy. What Dave has been trying to tell you is people either succeed in life by putting forth an effort to succeed or they can lay blame on others for their failures.

A carpenter who cannot square cut a board will have no customers, neither will a baker who produces a bitter tasting cake.

Those who succeed are the ones who put forth an effort to better themselves in order to create a demand for their product or their services.
danger zone

Douglas, GA

#20352 Jul 31, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
However, not all wealthy people are greedy. The libs seem to think if people are wealthy, they are evil. I don't agree with that. Actually, I think it's small minded.


I made that VERY clear in my post by saying, "not all".
When

Cleveland, GA

#20353 Jul 31, 2013
"WASHINGTON (AP)-- A report Wednesday is expected to show the U.S. economy barely grew from April through June. But economists are hopeful that the weak second quarter is a temporary lull that gives way to stronger growth in the second half of the year."

So economists are now down to the level of "hopeful."
Sounds to me like they may be Obama's Economists using the word "hopeful."

Most Economists use other methods for their predictions, but not Obamas.

Living and depending on hope from Obama has caused the middle class income to drop from Appox $56k in 2011 to appox $38k today.
That's known as the Obama "hope and change" method of how to run a country.
When

Cleveland, GA

#20354 Jul 31, 2013
danger zone

Douglas, GA

#20355 Jul 31, 2013
I just looked back, my exact quote, "not for all."
Money/wealth/greed is most definitely a sensitive subject fo sooo many. As long as I know what I do, how I feel, the libs can say what we've already heard 1000s of times on this very forum. I'm not going to get in a knot about it.
When

Cleveland, GA

#20356 Jul 31, 2013
Detroit is a dying city with little hope of renewal.
The best that Detroit can hope for is to reduce the size of the city, eliminate Union only workshops, and create an atmosphere of hope backed by honest government. Good luck with the honest government part.

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_SAV...
sad

Lumberton, NC

#20357 Jul 31, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
<quoted text>
If a person wishes to live their life as an idealist, I don't care. Take Mother Theresa that wanted to live her life as she did and that is a o.k. with me. What did she eat? Maybe grass and bark off trees? I don't think so. She had to get food either by donations which were paid for by some person that actually had a career or the Catholic Church. Where did the Church get the money? From people that worked hard that had careers.
If everyone wanted to live there life that way they would all starve. They need money and support from some richer working people.
These so called mavericks had their own career ladders. They had knowledge about their careers. They then went off and took that career ladder and formed their own companies. They didn't just suddenly wake one morning and say I think I'll just go to my garage and build a computer. They all ready had their careers going and had gained enough knowledge to go outside the corporate system to start their own corporations. They had visions and put in long hard hours to make their dreams come true. Then they got rich because they were so successful. Damn them! How dare they get rich for their work and self reliance. They will surely go to Hell for being so well off while others are poor. Just how many poor people did these rich people really help? Most probably gave a lot of money to charities, but didn't go around bragging about it as they were for the most part humble men. Still poor people think that the successful men should give more, and more, until they are as poor as they are.
Money is not the root of all evil. It is how money is used. It can be used for good or for bad.
You are really one sad and hate filled person. You ever heard the old saying "being in the right place at the right time"? Most of the people you site as being successful will readily admit to being in that place. They had the will and God given talent to take the ball and run. But others are never in the right place at the right time. They are not lazy nor bums, they can't find work, can't get ahead for a lot of different reasons, being lazy is not one. You are a great example of a person who is not successful. Or at least not successful in the eyes of a Bill Gates, you are just another of the working poor. Money is not the root of all evil, people like you are. No compassion, no will to help others help themselves. No give back in your heart. You say Jesus was a carpenter, but he was a carpenter who gave to and helped the poor. Bill Gates is giving most of his fortune away, he is not only rich, he is a good man. You on the other hand are one a sad little creature. Not everyone can have a "career", most are happy with just a JOB, other can't even find one. And you sit around all day looking at the glowing screen worrying that some poor person less fortunate than you is going to get one or YOUR dimes, how sad.
sad

Lumberton, NC

#20358 Jul 31, 2013
God paid mother Theresa, and she will be at his side forever. You on the other hand will be in that "other" place.
Informed Opinion

United States

#20359 Jul 31, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>However, not all wealthy people are greedy. The libs seem to think if people are wealthy, they are evil. I don't agree with that. Actually, I think it's small minded.
We folks on Planet Earth are curious -

Does Right Wing Wacko Planet have a "Straw Man" factory, where false arguments and beliefs are created to allow Right Wingers to have arguments they might actually win ?

Is it true that when Right Wing Wacko Planet children play "Lone Ranger" do they automatically shoot "Tonto", because all Right Wing Wackos still believe "The only good Injun is a dead Injun" ?
Informed Opinion

Fort Myers, FL

#20360 Jul 31, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, the irony of this post about Straw Man arguments, from the King of Irony (of is it the Queen?)...
Ah.

"Oh, the irony of this post about Straw Man arguments, from the King of Irony (of is it the Queen?"

We need to hire these poor sexually insecure and frustrated Right Wingers some hookers so they can have sex with a woman.

Maybe it's having slept with brothers, sisters and cousins for too long, but they just don't feel confident in their "manhood", but their obvious insecurity is just, as Momma used to say, "Ugly".

Hey... Good news ... Under ObamaCare they qualify for insurance that covers their gender confusion issues.
When

Cleveland, GA

#20361 Jul 31, 2013
"MasterCard 2Q earnings climb as revenue grows."

Two explanations for their earnings increase.
1-Consumers are on a spending spree.
2-consumers have no money because of no jobs are going further into debt.


I choose number 2 as the reason. Reason being I see more and more people paying for a 79 cent purchase with a credit card, which means they don't even have change in their pockets.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#20362 Jul 31, 2013
Where wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...The pervert website you mention downplays the physiological impact on younger people, as you do yourself with your sorry azz comment "a source of pride for a young male to learn the ropes from an older woman", which shows your incredible stupidity to think Phedophila is limited to older women and young boys.
Hey, Dipstick,
Pedophilia deals with prepubescent children, child molestation is a much broader term that deals with anyone under the age of consent.

Thanks for continuing to prove that
Right Wing Whackos don't do nuance,
and your comprehension scores are in the basement.
Informed Opinion

Fort Myers, FL

#20363 Jul 31, 2013
Fox Reported:

Republican National Committee announces 2016 Party Platform.

The Republican National Committee announced today the following to be central to their 2016 Party Platform. "The Right Wing of the Party spent a lot of corporate "donations" to archive these victories", stated Grand Wizard .... er .... State Committeeman who spoke on conditions of anonymity,(enhanced by the mask he was wearing at the time).

- The immediate repeal of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution.
God created stoves, laundry, and children for women, and the Bible clearly tells them to shut up and obey their Husbands.
It all went straight to Hell when they stopped cooking and started voting - besides- when women can't vote - it'll be easier to regulate those uteruses their too stupid to control.

- The immediate repeal of the Civil Rights Act.
As Rand Paul says, if you own a business and don't want to do business with blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans,women, Muslims, Catholics, or any others, by God, that's America.
Let's be honest, if'n you ain't a white, property ownin, Christian, you ain't a "Real" 'Merican.

- Cutting all taxes on anyone and everyone to zero.
As Right Wing Americans keep saying, if you lower taxes you increase revenue,(don't ask - just have faith); therefore, just cut taxes to Zero,(especially for the rich), and the revenue will flood the government.
Hey. God parted the seas for Moses, surely He can make this work too.

- Immediately privatize Social Security and Medicare.
There are lots of investment advisors ( Bernie Madoff and Allen Stanford are available);
and
who wouldn't their health care dollars into profits, and bonuses for insurance company executives,
and an insurance company executive deciding whether you get that cancer surgery, or he gets that new Lamborghini ?
What are you ..a Com'nist ?

Think of the profits for investment advisors, funds, and banks, just like 401K saved Americans from those horrible pensions, this will save Americans from those lengthy "golden years."
If you don't have enough income during your working years to save for retirement, or those damn kids get sick, that's God's way of saying to you its "time to go."

- The reconstitution of the draft - but only for those unable to claim they attend college, or tour Europe saving souls for Mormans, or have daddy's who can get them into the Texas Air National Guard.
After all, we love folks who love war, as long as there's no need for them or their kids to fight.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#20364 Jul 31, 2013
Where wrote:
Lawless Obama and his henchmen.
"Obama had a White House meeting Monday with MSNBC’s Al Sharpton and leaders of minority groups, including the heads of the Urban League and the National Council of La Raza (The Race).
The topic of discussion was ways in which President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder could work around a Supreme Court decision that decreed the formula for determining which states were covered by the 1965 Voting Rights Act was outdated. The net effect is that the federal government can no longer block states from changing their election laws."
I love this part.
"The net effect is that the federal government can no longer block states from changing their election laws."
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/07/30/ob...
Oh, yes, the horribly unfair barrier to voting that showing an ID would be. Why should people who want to take part in what is arguably the most precious right we have - that of choosing our leaders - have to -gasp - prove they are who they say they are - how unreasonable. I mean, it isn't as though people have to show ID to cash a check or buy alcohol.....oh, wait. And it isn't as though states with ID requirements will supply ID for free......oh, wait.

But isn't it comforting to know that our Justice Department is doing its best to protect the rights of all Americans to vote by taking down barriers and preventing any voter intimidation like that witnessed in Philadelphia when New Black Panther members stood in the entrance to a polling station wearing paramilitary garb and brandishing a nightstick. I mean it isn't as though the DoJ dropped what was a case of flagrant intimidation tactics being used by a group on the Southern Poverty Law Center's list of hate groups......oh, wait.
Informed Opinion

Fort Myers, FL

#20365 Jul 31, 2013
Finally an honest Right Winger announces what she consider a "Fair" tax code.

DREW ANGERER FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
By JONATHAN WEISMAN
Last Updated: 7:33 PM ET

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J.—

Debbie Schaeffer, the owner of Mrs. G TV and Appliances, probably did not give the answer the two chairmen of Congress’s powerful tax-writing committees were looking for when they pressed her this week for ideas on a fairer, simpler tax code:

“Get rid of the deductions that don’t affect me,” she said.

"Get rid of the deductions that don’t affect me,” she said.

"Get rid of the deductions that don’t affect me,” she said.

Thank God, and honest Right Wing American, who publicly admits what Normal Americans have known all along:

"It's all about me."

And they wonder why we can't trust them with power.

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