Socialism and Bigger Government

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

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#104 Dec 7, 2012
Doesn’t Obama see looming ahead the real economic cliff — a European-like collapse under the burden of unsustainable debt? Perhaps, but he wants to complete his avowedly transformational social-democratic agenda first and let his successors — likely Republican — act as tax collectors on the middle class (where the real money is) and takers of subsidies from the mouths of babes.
DarkMeat

Douglasville, GA

#105 Dec 7, 2012
General Robert E Lee wrote:
something he thinks he earned with his landslide 2.8-point victory margin on Election Day.
Seeing as the electorial vote is what puts a president in office, I would say that 332 to 206 is a landslide by anybodies standards. Wouldn't you agree?
DarkMeat

Douglasville, GA

#106 Dec 7, 2012
General Robert E Lee wrote:
— funded from a raid on Medicare - Obamacare — that,
Oh Lord! That's been covered SO many times. And you know that stating it the way you did is deceiving and simple-minded. You KNOW that.

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#107 Dec 7, 2012
+1 on the last 3 posts.

It will be interesting to see what kind of comments or arguments are made in response, if any. You're confusing them with facts, about the only thing they can do is "blame Bush"...

The clueless and uneducated are ignorant about what's going on, the ones that live off the government teat don't care, as long as they get theirs...

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#108 Dec 7, 2012
BTW, the "+1 on the last 3 posts" is on the General's posts (obviously)...

“The real B-Man”

Since: Nov 12

Carrollton, GA

#109 Dec 7, 2012
Bill in Dville wrote:
+1 on the last 3 posts.
It will be interesting to see what kind of comments or arguments are made in response, if any. You're confusing them with facts, about the only thing they can do is "blame Bush"...
The clueless and uneducated are ignorant about what's going on, the ones that live off the government teat don't care, as long as they get theirs...
And, of course, facts are only "facts" when they come from Faux news or Kneel Boortz, right? Your canned responses are getting old. There is nothing more sad than an arrogant loser.

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#110 Dec 7, 2012
Actually, there are many things sadder, one is a clueless and uneducated young person that doesn't have enough common sense and logic to realize that they don't know it all and can learn from other people, particularly those that are more experienced and smarter than that young person. Watch the you tube videos about people that don't know what they're voting for and why.

Young people think they know it all, but they're too young to have the experience to know much of anything in the real world, certainly not how the business world and the economy works. Certainly not taxes, which is how the government gets a LOT of money.

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An uneducated and clueless voter is a dangerous thing. They tend to vote Liberal…

“I don’t want someone who doesn’t pay ANY federal income taxes voting to determine how much I pay.”

"I'm not going to let half the country that doesn't pay income taxes be burdened by the other half that doesn't pay their fair share."

Wizard of ID Guard:“Shouldn’t voters have to pass an intelligence test?”
Wizard:“You don’t have to be intelligent to vote.”
Guard:“What if there are more stupid people than intelligent people?”
Wizard:“Then the democrat wins.”

Wealth envy is an ugly thing. They have it. You don't.

Somebody else got all the breaks. You didn't.

They got an education. You didn't.

They worked their a$$es off, including long hours and weekends. You didn't.

They took risks, including investing their own money if necessary, to build a business. You didn't.

"Shared prosperity" = Socialism...

“If you’re not a liberal at 20, you have no heart, and if you’re not a conservative at 40, you have no head.” Winston Churchill

“Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” Winston Churchill

“Common sense is a flower that doesn’t grow in everyone’s garden…”

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#111 Dec 7, 2012
BTW, I'd hardly be considered a "loser", family wise, personally, professionally, educationally and physically. But, what do you know?

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

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#112 Dec 7, 2012
DarkMeat wrote:
<quoted text>
Seeing as the electorial vote is what puts a president in office, I would say that 332 to 206 is a landslide by anybodies standards. Wouldn't you agree?
I would agree, I never said it wasn't a landslide. I just said it proves how gullible, and desperate a majority of people are.

“Registered Conservative”

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#113 Dec 7, 2012
DarkMeat wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh Lord! That's been covered SO many times. And you know that stating it the way you did is deceiving and simple-minded. You KNOW that.
What is deceiving is how this administration operates.

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#114 Dec 7, 2012
posted in a different thread (I think) yesterday:

"A large majority"?(IN THIS CASE, A LANDSLIDE):

Nope, although it probably depends on your subjective definition. I posted elsewhere that 330,000 votes TOTAL (I don't know, or care, if the numbers have been finalized), in four states (OH, FL, VA, CO), would have given the electoral college to Romney, even though BO got 50.6%(I think) of the overall vote. Majority? Yes. But it was a lot closer than people think, even though the electoral college was 332-206. 4 states, 330,000 votes of over 120 million (around .25% of total votes cast) and we have a different winner, even though BO was ahead by around 4 million or so in the popular vote.
Just Sayin

Atlanta, GA

#115 Dec 7, 2012
DarkMeat wrote:
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Well, you are loser if you wanted:
A trade war with China.
Self-deportation.
A president no concerned with 47%
A president who chased people and forcibly cut their hair.
A president who put his dog on top of a car for a road trip.
A president who wouldn't even discuss that we're in a war in Afghanistan.
A president who wanted to continue with the failed policies of the Bush administration that tanked the country.
A president who almost invented outsourcing jobs.
A president who is deep in debt to Koch Brothers and Rove.
A president who wanted to let the US auto industry fail.
A president who had a plan for a "middle class tax cut" that would provide zero benefits to 73.9 percent of the middle class.
A president who, as governor, ranked 47th among the 50 states in job creation.
A president who proposed tax cuts for the rich and corporations that would cost $7.8 trillion over 10 years.
A president who would repeal the Dodd-Frank bill, which regulates the risky practices that led to the 2008 crisis.
A president who said: "Corporations are people, my friend."
A president who said the flat tax was a "tax cut for fat cats." He then said "I love a flat tax."
A president who wanted to privatize social security.
A president who wanted to eliminate the department of education.
A president who supports drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
A president who wants to remove womens rights to their own bodies.
A president with "Binders full of women".
Yep. If you wanted those things, you're a loser. Most of America chose to reject that insanity.
Get over it. You're lucky you lost. It's time to support your country and your president. It's time to take your head out of the bubble and live in the real world.
Yep, you're a loser if that's what you wanted.
Very good Dark Meat....you drank just enough of the special koolaid to believe all that B S then spew it back out....very good

“Registered Conservative”

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#116 Dec 7, 2012
B-Man2 wrote:
<quoted text>
And, of course, facts are only "facts" when they come from Faux news or Kneel Boortz, right? Your canned responses are getting old. There is nothing more sad than an arrogant loser.
Please, how about giving me an example, of what you say, is factually incorrect? Also, how about providing me an example of, what you say, is the "seething hatred" Synergy has for president Obama?

“Registered Conservative”

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#117 Dec 7, 2012
Bill in Dville wrote:
+1 on the last 3 posts.
It will be interesting to see what kind of comments or arguments are made in response, if any. You're confusing them with facts, about the only thing they can do is "blame Bush"...
The clueless and uneducated are ignorant about what's going on, the ones that live off the government teat don't care, as long as they get theirs...
So much of what the "Blame Bush Game" is about, has been perpetuated by President Obama. It is time to place the blame where it belongs, the current President and Administration.

“Registered Conservative”

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#118 Dec 7, 2012
"Based on data, the cumulative spending on means-tested federal welfare programs, if converted into cash, would equal $167.65 per day per household living below the poverty level," writes the Senate Budget Committee. "By comparison, the median household income in 2011 of $50,054 equals $137.13 per day. Additionally, spending on federal welfare benefits, if converted into cash payments, equals enough to provide $30.60 per hour, 40 hours per week, to each household living below poverty. The median household hourly wage is $25.03. After accounting for federal taxes, the median hourly wage drops to between $21.50 and $23.45, depending on a household’s deductions and filing status. State and local taxes further reduce the median household’s hourly earnings. By contrast, welfare benefits are not taxed."

“Registered Conservative”

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#119 Dec 7, 2012
For fiscal year 2011, The Senate Budget Committee identified roughly 80 overlapping federal means-tested welfare programs that together represented the single largest budget item in 2011—more than the nation spends on Social Security, Medicare, or national defense.

“Registered Conservative”

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#120 Dec 7, 2012
The diffuse and overlapping nature of federal welfare spending has led to some confusion regarding the scope and nature of benefits. For instance, Newark Mayor Cory Booker has recently received a great deal of attention for adopting the “food stamp diet” in which he spends only $4 a day on food (the median individual benefit) to apparently illustrate the insufficiency of food stamp spending ($80 billion a year) or the impossibility of reductions. The situation Booker presents, however, is not accurate: a low-income individual on food stamps may qualify for $25,000 in various forms of welfare support from the federal government on top of his or her existing income and resources—including access to 15 different food assistance programs. Further, even if one unrealistically assumes that no other welfare benefits are available, the size of the food stamp benefit increases as one’s income decreases, as the benefit is designed as a supplement to existing resources; it is explicitly not intended to be the sole source of funds for purchasing food.
ChickenGravy

Norcross, GA

#121 Dec 7, 2012
Bill in Dville wrote:
BTW, I'd hardly be considered a "loser", family wise, personally, professionally, educationally and physically. But, what do you know?
Short of a personality, humility, and a soul, I guess you've got it all?

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#122 Dec 7, 2012
DarkMeat wrote:
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Seeing as the electorial vote is what puts a president in office, I would say that 332 to 206 is a landslide by anybodies standards. Wouldn't you agree?
We've also agreed on how ignorant and uninformed the electorate was/is. My guess is you are pointing that out as a safety net(We know how you libs LOVE safety nets.) so that you can say,"I wasn't the ONLY dumb one."

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#123 Dec 7, 2012
DarkMeat wrote:
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Oh Lord! That's been covered SO many times. And you know that stating it the way you did is deceiving and simple-minded. You KNOW that.
The truth is too horrifying for you to even consider that it just MIGHT be true. You couldn't answer the question because you've never even considered it. How dangerous. How reckless.

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