Government thinks you are stupid.
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#43 Nov 17, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
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Who decides which consumer products are worthless? I do believe that is the right of the consumer. Not the government.
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Believe it or not it is the product manufacturers and the service providers themselves who decide which consumer products are worthless when they set out to make an easy buck at someone else's expense...

Shoddy and misleading products and services get tagged by consumer protection agencies and that is how your much maligned regulations get born.

It is the government jobs to provide for "the COMMON good" and not for the good of those who try to rip people off in the name of capitalism.... If you have a problem with that you will have to take it up with the founders...
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#44 Nov 17, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
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I am not sure how many Republicans you know but you must not know to many conservatives. I am a Republican only when it comes to voting. Thank God the voters in California voted to allow anyone to vote in the primaries irregardless of party affiliation. I can now vote in the Dem primaries as well.
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You must not know too many conservatives either because real conservatives bear little resemblance to todays Ayn Randish libertarian T publicans....

Also don't forget that many liberals can also vote in T publican primaries too.

“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#45 Nov 17, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Believe it or not it is the product manufacturers and the service providers themselves who decide which consumer products are worthless when they set out to make an easy buck at someone else's expense...
No. The consumer decides with their buying choices.
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Shoddy and misleading products and services get tagged by consumer protection agencies and that is how your much maligned regulations get born.
Of course you are wrong again. Consumer watchdogs are part of the free market. Consumer watchdog groups inform consumers ahead of their purchase what to watch for, they keep the industry honest and inform consumers. No government involvement is needed.
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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It is the government jobs to provide for "the COMMON good" and not for the good of those who try to rip people off in the name of capitalism.... If you have a problem with that you will have to take it up with the founders...
I am sure that if the founders were to see the expanse of government today that they would be horrified. The common good as defined in the founders day meant a limited government protecting the country and keeping out of the way. How does the common good come into play today when politicians are handing out political favors to their cronies in exchange for cash? The government of today is completely opposite of working for the common good. The founders did not even include an income tax in the role of government.

“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#46 Nov 17, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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You must not know too many conservatives either because real conservatives bear little resemblance to todays Ayn Randish libertarian T publicans....
How many conservatives are part of the Tea Party?
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#47 Nov 17, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
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No. The consumer decides with their buying choices.
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Of course you are wrong again. Consumer watchdogs are part of the free market. Consumer watchdog groups inform consumers ahead of their purchase what to watch for, they keep the industry honest and inform consumers. No government involvement is needed.
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Maybe on the planet you live on but here on Earth an insured finds belatedly that the insurer does not cover his hospitalization bill and another insured finds years after purchasing the policy that her insurance does not cover it when her baby is born with a heart condition, on and on and on...

By the time consumer watchdog groups figure out the pattern hundreds if not thousands of innocent consumers get screwed and the insurance company executives get the bonuses...
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#48 Nov 17, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
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I am sure that if the founders were to see the expanse of government today that they would be horrified. The common good as defined in the founders day meant a limited government protecting the country and keeping out of the way. How does the common good come into play today when politicians are handing out political favors to their cronies in exchange for cash? The government of today is completely opposite of working for the common good. The founders did not even include an income tax in the role of government.
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The founders would be quite proud of the fruits of their undertaking and they would be pleased at the governments efforts to strive for the common good.

The founders would be "horrified" at such things as ...

the way the second amendment got misinterpreted and at the way T baggers and other nondescripts endeavor to sabotage the works of a sitting president especially in a time of national economic malaise.
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#49 Nov 17, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
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How many conservatives are part of the Tea Party?
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They all claim the title of conservatives....

“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#50 Nov 17, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Maybe on the planet you live on but here on Earth an insured finds belatedly that the insurer does not cover his hospitalization bill and another insured finds years after purchasing the policy that her insurance does not cover it when her baby is born with a heart condition, on and on and on...
By the time consumer watchdog groups figure out the pattern hundreds if not thousands of innocent consumers get screwed and the insurance company executives get the bonuses...
Typical Leftist one percenter comment. You think that only the elites are smart enough to make our consumer choices for us. Caveat emptor.
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#51 Nov 17, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
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Typical Leftist one percenter comment. You think that only the elites are smart enough to make our consumer choices for us. Caveat emptor.
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Spoken like a true conservative louse. You think that it is OK for businesses to rip off the unwary consumers with impunity. That's why now we have caveat venditor.

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#52 Nov 17, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Interesting point from someone who wants to tell pregnant women what they should or should not do with their bodies...
You mean like they can't commit suicide?

You can't jump of buildings or bridges

Can't smoke in a resturant?

Can't buy raw dairy?

Of course she can't buy a fully auto rifle

But you morons claim she can kill her baby as it is being delevered

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#53 Nov 17, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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It is very telling that conservatives are shedding tears for the few relatively well to do whose medical insurance got disrupted but they don't give a damn about tens of millions of impoverished who could never afford meaningful medical coverage in the first place...
5 million lost their coverage village liar

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#54 Nov 17, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Believe it or not it is the product manufacturers and the service providers themselves who decide which consumer products are worthless when they set out to make an easy buck at someone else's expense...

Shoddy and misleading products and services get tagged by consumer protection agencies and that is how your much maligned regulations get born.

It is the government jobs to provide for "the COMMON good" and not for the good of those who try to rip people off in the name of capitalism.... If you have a problem with that you will have to take it up with the founders...
Yes morons like you are not smart enough to not eat the GMO food oslama is cramming down your throats

“Facts”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#55 Nov 17, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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The founders would be quite proud of the fruits of their undertaking and they would be pleased at the governments efforts to strive for the common good.

The founders would be "horrified" at such things as ...

the way the second amendment got misinterpreted and at the way T baggers and other nondescripts endeavor to sabotage the works of a sitting president especially in a time of national economic malaise.
Yes I am sure they would love the fact that oslama slipped in more than 20 new taxes into a bill for a product he thinks he can force you morons to buy..........LOL

“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#56 Nov 17, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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They all claim the title of conservatives....
You continue to make all manner of pronouncements yet cannot reply to a simple question regarding one of your many wild statements. How many conservatives are part of the Tea Party?
Tea Party Solution

Chico, CA

#57 Nov 18, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
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You continue to make all manner of pronouncements yet cannot reply to a simple question regarding one of your many wild statements. How many conservatives are part of the Tea Party?
Each tea party candidate is primaried by another candidate who claims that he's more conservative than the other. If a tea partier is more ready to shutdown the government than the other one, he is is considered the truer conservative.

You obviously have a different idea of what is a conservative. What is it?
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#58 Nov 18, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
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You continue to make all manner of pronouncements yet cannot reply to a simple question regarding one of your many wild statements. How many conservatives are part of the Tea Party?
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I always have difficulties replying to ridiculous questions and although SOLUTION already set you straight let me add my two bits worth.

Peoples political viewpoint spectrum ranges from the extreme liberal wing to the extreme conservative and every shade in between.

No one in their right mind would consider the T baggers to be even remotely liberal, so you figure out how many of them are conservatives and please let us know your conclusion...
TWP

Wichita Falls, TX

#59 Nov 18, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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SOLUTION already set you straight....
extreme liberal...
liberal...
Wow...!

Isn't it great when you see two people make that "special connection" and "hook-up" like old "GRANDPA NICOLAI" and his Butt Monkey Tea Party Solution...?

These two "Soul-Mates" have been flirting and cooing at each other like love sick school girls for a LONG time...!

You know...

Wouldn't it be great for these two "Love Birds" to make it official and maybe RUN FOR POLITICAL OFFICE just like Bill and Hillary...?!!!

I can just see the bumper sticker for their campaign...

With a picture of a fat, bald disgusting old Toa d with winged flying monkey's flying out of his "butt"...!

WE ARE RICHER, SMARTER AND BETTER LOOKING THAN YOU!

VOTE FOR US!!!

Hey... if the Liberal Lemming Democrats were stupid enough to elect Obama, than old Road Toa d and his Flying Butt Monkey really should have a chance...!

ROTFLMAO...!!!

“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#60 Nov 18, 2013
Tea Party Solution wrote:
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Each tea party candidate is primaried by another candidate who claims that he's more conservative than the other. If a tea partier is more ready to shutdown the government than the other one, he is is considered the truer conservative.
You obviously have a different idea of what is a conservative. What is it?
As far as I know the only candidates running for Congress are Dems, GOP, Libertarians,or members of the Communist party. I didn't realize that there are Tea Party candidates.

“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#61 Nov 18, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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I always have difficulties replying to ridiculous questions and although SOLUTION already set you straight let me add my two bits worth.
Peoples political viewpoint spectrum ranges from the extreme liberal wing to the extreme conservative and every shade in between.
No one in their right mind would consider the T baggers to be even remotely liberal, so you figure out how many of them are conservatives and please let us know your conclusion...
You were the one making pronouncements about the conservatives and Tea Party. Since you were making such statements I thought that you must have some data to back up your claims.

“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#62 Nov 18, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Spoken like a true conservative louse. You think that it is OK for businesses to rip off the unwary consumers with impunity. That's why now we have caveat venditor.
Spoken like a true Marxist. You think that it is a good thing for the government to make everyone's decisions for them. Don't forget, the government is also making your decisions. Of course you want to be coddled by Big Government.

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