Harrisburg, OH

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#64 Jan 13, 2013
Kosmik wrote:
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BB, you continue to recite your talking points, mixing up the wording a bit but using the keywords you were given.
They're your posts, it's not up to me to go back and find them, this started between us when you insisted that I knew nothing of economics after you posted that if the government raised revenue it would actually decrease and would translate to even less jobs and business investment. I pointed you back to the fact that with the Bush tax cuts, revenue decreased, deficits increased and jobs and investment went down.
Contrary to what you wanted me to believe.
Folks who can't stand by their past words are useless, just the same as self important folk who can't laugh at themselves or the error of their choices are.
Let's not get into the fact that you've proven you can't perform simple mathematics.
Have fun on the playground with the other kids as your mind can only reach as far as what it's fed and not what it inspires.
2.0 Economic Liberty

Libertarians want all members of society to have abundant opportunities to achieve economic success. A free and competitive market allocates resources in the most efficient manner. Each person has the right to offer goods and services to others on the free market. The only proper role of government in the economic realm is to protect property rights, adjudicate disputes, and provide a legal framework in which voluntary trade is protected.

All efforts by government to redistribute wealth, or to control or manage trade, are improper in a free society.

http://www.lp.org/platform

Since: Oct 10

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#65 Jan 13, 2013
Kosmik wrote:
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BB, you continue to recite your talking points, mixing up the wording a bit but using the keywords you were given.
More talking points......

2.4 Government Finance and Spending

All persons are entitled to keep the fruits of their labor. We call for the repeal of the income tax, the abolishment of the Internal Revenue Service and all federal programs and services not required under the U.S. Constitution. We oppose any legal requirements forcing employers to serve as tax collectors. Government should not incur debt, which burdens future generations without their consent. We support the passage of a "Balanced Budget Amendment" to the U.S. Constitution, provided that the budget is balanced exclusively by cutting expenditures, and not by raising taxes.

http://www.lp.org/platform

Hey you might want to vote for these guys eh?

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#66 Jan 13, 2013
Kosmik wrote:
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Folks who can't stand by their past words are useless, just the same as self important folk who can't laugh at themselves or the error of their choices are.
More for folks who don't stand by their past words,,,,,,

2.9 Health Care

We favor restoring and reviving a free market health care system. We recognize the freedom of individuals to determine the level of health insurance they want (if any), the level of health care they want, the care providers they want, the medicines and treatments they will use and all other aspects of their medical care, including end-of-life decisions. People should be free to purchase health insurance across state lines.

2.10 Retirement and Income Security

Retirement planning is the responsibility of the individual, not the government. Libertarians would phase out the current government-sponsored Social Security system and transition to a private voluntary system. The proper and most effective source of help for the poor is the voluntary efforts of private groups and individuals. We believe members of society will become more charitable and civil society will be strengthened as government reduces its activity in this realm.

http://www.lp.org/platform

Heck, if they had had a snowballs chance in heck of defeating obama I would certainly of voted Libertarian.

Given the views you have expressed of late on topix, I have no idea why you are claiming the party..........
Hugh Victor Thompson IV

Delaware, OH

#67 Jan 13, 2013
6was9 wrote:
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Well done.....
Although I am not a grammar expert, it would appear you have managed to post a comment without a major spelling or grammatical error.....
Being a topix troll has been an educational experience for you.
Congratulations;-)
For "your" next lesson, let's try for a post that expresses a cogent and possibly even accurate thought that contributes to the discussion......
I know you can do it if you apply yourself........
You can thank my daddy for my typing skills.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#68 Jan 13, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson IV wrote:
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You can thank my daddy for my typing skills.
Young lady, the adults are talking right now.
Run along and play with your friends, I will try to make time for you later..... OK?
Hugh Victor Thompson IV

Delaware, OH

#69 Jan 13, 2013
6was9 wrote:
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Young lady, the adults are talking right now.
Run along and play with your friends, I will try to make time for you later..... OK?
What! Your still here running your mouth? I'm no way LiG or Walt. If you think I am, it's because you listen to my daddy. I've heard him being refered to as King Troll & you're a follower.
George Jefferson Little

Delaware, OH

#70 Jan 13, 2013
6was9 wrote:
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Young lady, the adults are talking right now.
Run along and play with your friends, I will try to make time for you later..... OK?
GOD, your a Bitoh! "Hi-5 Walt"

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#71 Jan 13, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson IV wrote:
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What! Your still here running your mouth? I'm no way LiG or Walt. If you think I am, it's because you listen to my daddy. I've heard him being refered to as King Troll & you're a follower.
"Your" tired, Sappho.
Say goodnight, LIG.
George Jefferson Little

Delaware, OH

#72 Jan 13, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson IV wrote:
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What! Your still here running your mouth? I'm no way LiG or Walt. If you think I am, it's because you listen to my daddy. I've heard him being refered to as King Troll & you're a follower.
She's (6was9) will always be a follower, never a leader. She follows the King troll by the coattails.
George Jefferson Little

Delaware, OH

#73 Jan 13, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>"Your" tired, Sappho.
Say goodnight, LIG.
Daddy, Walt wants you to call him when your released from the nursing home over in Dublin, Ohio. Oh, just to give you a heads-up, mom is filing for divorce from you.
George Jefferson Little

Delaware, OH

#74 Jan 13, 2013
hehehehe
Hugh Victor Thompson IV

Delaware, OH

#75 Jan 13, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>"Your" tired, Sappho.
Say goodnight, LIG.
Hmmm, seems everyone wants you to be their daddy except mom.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#76 Jan 13, 2013
George Jefferson Little wrote:
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GOD, your a Bitoh! "Hi-5 Walt"
LMAO...

It's so nice to have a following.

Thanks for playing kids........

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#77 Jan 13, 2013
George Jefferson Little wrote:
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Daddy, Walt wants you to call him when your released from the nursing home over in Dublin, Ohio. Oh, just to give you a heads-up, mom is filing for divorce from you.
Your mom was knocked up by an unwashed turkey baster, LIG. Thankfully, none of us were there to witness it.
pale rider

Delaware, OH

#78 Jan 13, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Your mom was knocked up by an unwashed turkey baster, LIG. Thankfully, none of us were there to witness it.
You think everyone posting is LiG, give it a rest. LiG hasn't posted in months. Last I heard that name was retired.

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#79 Jan 13, 2013
pale rider wrote:
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You think everyone posting is LiG, give it a rest. LiG hasn't posted in months. Last I heard that name was retired.
You haven't heard sh!t, newbie. You aren't even in Ohio. Just watch, learn and treat your betters with some respect.

Kosmik

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#80 Jan 13, 2013
6was9 wrote:
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ROTFLMAO......
I don't know what your drinking K but you need to switch brands.....
You are either confusing me with other posters or you are just confused.........
God, you guys will never own up to what you wrote will you? Deflect and detract when your bs is called out, that's all you've got.

You accused me of knowing nothing of economics. You did indeed rag on perceived "Obama" policy of raising taxes and killing business.

I'm generally on the side, no matter what their politics, of one who makes their own way in the world. You run your own business and I am sympathetic that you are located where regulations, restrictions, and taxes are strangling.

If you applied your theory on budgets and taxes, speaking from the federal level, to your own business and household finances, you'd be foreclosed on and out of business within a few years.

I've taken a few economics courses (one in high school accidentally) and also have had to deal with it in real life. Much like electronics, which is what I first studied and was trained in, there's a world of difference between what the book says and what actually occurs.

Kosmik

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#81 Jan 13, 2013
6was9 wrote:
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2.0 Economic Liberty
Libertarians want all members of society to have abundant opportunities to achieve economic success. A free and competitive market allocates resources in the most efficient manner. Each person has the right to offer goods and services to others on the free market. The only proper role of government in the economic realm is to protect property rights, adjudicate disputes, and provide a legal framework in which voluntary trade is protected.
All efforts by government to redistribute wealth, or to control or manage trade, are improper in a free society.
http://www.lp.org/platform
Yeah, I'm all for that...just as soon as we get our finances back in order. Granting more individual liberty and rejecting corporate personhood are not conflicting ideas.

Individual liberty. Start there.

Kosmik

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#82 Jan 13, 2013
6was9 wrote:
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More talking points......
2.4 Government Finance and Spending
All persons are entitled to keep the fruits of their labor. We call for the repeal of the income tax, the abolishment of the Internal Revenue Service and all federal programs and services not required under the U.S. Constitution. We oppose any legal requirements forcing employers to serve as tax collectors. Government should not incur debt, which burdens future generations without their consent. We support the passage of a "Balanced Budget Amendment" to the U.S. Constitution, provided that the budget is balanced exclusively by cutting expenditures, and not by raising taxes.
http://www.lp.org/platform
Hey you might want to vote for these guys eh?
Again, this is 'theoretical' and as soon as is practical, implement it gradually.

Wouldn't it be economically unsound, at this moment, to throw a couple of million people out of work, immediately stop protective programs, and drop revenue close to zero?

Take a course, then get back to me.

Kosmik

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#83 Jan 13, 2013
6was9 wrote:
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More for folks who don't stand by their past words,,,,,,
2.9 Health Care
We favor restoring and reviving a free market health care system. We recognize the freedom of individuals to determine the level of health insurance they want (if any), the level of health care they want, the care providers they want, the medicines and treatments they will use and all other aspects of their medical care, including end-of-life decisions. People should be free to purchase health insurance across state lines.
2.10 Retirement and Income Security
Retirement planning is the responsibility of the individual, not the government. Libertarians would phase out the current government-sponsored Social Security system and transition to a private voluntary system. The proper and most effective source of help for the poor is the voluntary efforts of private groups and individuals. We believe members of society will become more charitable and civil society will be strengthened as government reduces its activity in this realm.
http://www.lp.org/platform
Heck, if they had had a snowballs chance in heck of defeating obama I would certainly of voted Libertarian.
Given the views you have expressed of late on topix, I have no idea why you are claiming the party..........
You don't agree with a bit of this.

This, again, is the big picture. There is a path from here to there that we must find. I'm a realist, it's going to take money to get us out of trouble.

You'll never find a post of mine where I've a positive thing to say about Obamacare. I take care of my own health insurance and don't rely on the government.

Personally I favor universal healthcare, as I don't feel one's basic health should be a 'for profit' business. That's one of the 'social' areas that is open for debate among Libertarians. Since you're not one, it shouldn't matter squat to you what I believe.

Keep pointing back to me while running from your asinine prior statements.

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