Keystone opponents vow civil disobedi...

“Hereeeeee'ssss UR Pizza”

Since: May 13

Columbus, OH

#121 Feb 2, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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The poor aren't hiring, never have and never will.
Well yep....

I am just trying to 'splain" that to our resident socialists......
Duke for Mayor

Massillon, OH

#122 Feb 2, 2014
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
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Why do you keep reiterating the same crap?
I have acknowledged over and over ad nauseam that the oil might be sold on the WORLD MARKET........
What part of the overall oil product increase due to more oil from the Keystone pipe line don't you get?
More supply /same demand = lower cost......
You are starting to sound like Che........
WOLF
I keep repeating myself because you are wrong, pizza boy. You seem to believe that exporting Canadian oil tax free through Port Arthur onto the world market is somehow magically going to affect the price of gasoline in the US. It is not.

woof

“Hereeeeee'ssss UR Pizza”

Since: May 13

Columbus, OH

#123 Feb 2, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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I don't chase ambulances pizza boy.
OK, public defender........

Overpaid, under qualified....same thing........

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#124 Feb 2, 2014
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
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come on Tip...Join in........
The hippie in the tie-dyed peace shirt's been hittin' the bong too long.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#125 Feb 2, 2014
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
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Pleaseeeeee stop embarrassing yourself little 0.0
It's an elementary concept. I am not surprised that you can not grasp it.
WOLF
Anyone with any advanced education knows how silly and stupid it is to apply an elementary concept as a solution to a complex problem.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#126 Feb 2, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text>Our markets are speculative markets, manipulated by self interest elitist control.And have no relevance on actual supply or demand,We globally now produce enough food to feed 11 billion people, yet 15-20 thousand still die daily from starvation.The problem is not enough supply of food but money, another scarcity controlled substance. Which less than 1% of the global population, control more than 50% of.. Indeed, most of our western products are of sub standard quality, meant to expire, so as to keep this false economy of supply and demand.In some cases , commodity and even energy supply has been manipulated to create scarcity.So as to put a little more wealth into the pockets of a few, at the cost of the many.
Pizza Boy has neither the ability nor the inclination to understand that. It wasn't in his Econ 101 class.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#127 Feb 2, 2014
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
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I truncated your post because I could not get beyond this statement.....
Really??????
Who do you think works 18 hour days to establish a business as an "OWNER"
I speak from personal experience.......
Why do you think that they put in that effort in order to rise above ?
Last but not least, who do you think is responsible for creating the jobs for the proletariat?
Without the capitalist business owners do you really think the proletariat will continue to exist?
I believe you should just admit you are a socialist........
My friend , I am a Marble Mason, I have over 60 thousand hrs into my trade in over 20yrs. I do not wish to manipulate and con people for their money. I am quite happy with the contribution I have put into society, both as a citizen and tax payer.I do not want millions of dollours and a big house on the hill.I think you have mistaken yourself , for what we term 1%. You and I are part of the same, wheel that used to make this system work. What we have now in the world is a handful of corporations, the banking and oil cartels. That control and monopolize the system for their own self interest. If I had a billion $s, and just exchanged currency , I could profit 100 million a yr, by doing nothing. Making wealth out of thin air, without any contribution to society. this current supply and demand economy works best when money flows, how can it flow if less than 1% own over 50% of all the global wealth, not to mention they control about 80% of all global resources.Again, if responsibility is not taken by those who now control the system, do not change, Than the system will be changed for them, and they may not like the results.We only have to look to the middle east to see what anarchism looks like in a bread and circus democracy..

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#128 Feb 2, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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You're getting pizza all over your face.
That Canadian oil is not going to the us market.
woof
Are you stupid or somethin'?[rhetorical, by the way...]

http://thecitizen.com/blogs/merrill-matthews/...

“Hereeeeee'ssss UR Pizza”

Since: May 13

Columbus, OH

#129 Feb 2, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> My friend , I am a Marble Mason, I have over 60 thousand hrs into my trade in over 20yrs. I do not wish to manipulate and con people for their money. I am quite happy with the contribution I have put into society, both as a citizen and tax payer.I do not want millions of dollours and a big house on the hill.I think you have mistaken yourself , for what we term 1%. You and I are part of the same, wheel that used to make this system work. What we have now in the world is a handful of corporations, the banking and oil cartels. That control and monopolize the system for their own self interest. If I had a billion $s, and just exchanged currency , I could profit 100 million a yr, by doing nothing. Making wealth out of thin air, without any contribution to society. this current supply and demand economy works best when money flows, how can it flow if less than 1% own over 50% of all the global wealth, not to mention they control about 80% of all global resources.Again, if responsibility is not taken by those who now control the system, do not change, Than the system will be changed for them, and they may not like the results.We only have to look to the middle east to see what anarchism looks like in a bread and circus democracy..
Thanks for your friendly response.....

The difference between you and me is that I am an employer.
Not marble but IBEW union electricians.......
At the end of the day a journeyman wireman costs me $60.00 per hour after wages, health ins, retirement, workmans comp, etc. etc.

I have no problem with that as I voluntarily became a signatory contractor and want what is best for my loyal employees as long as I can make a living as well.........

Please don't lecture me about the evil 1%.........

I am a job creator..........and I share the wealth.........

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#130 Feb 2, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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I keep repeating myself because you are wrong, pizza boy. You seem to believe that exporting Canadian oil tax free through Port Arthur onto the world market is somehow magically going to affect the price of gasoline in the US. It is not.
woof
Agreed, most of the tar sands is used for diesel and oil by-products such as plastics,chemical and pharmaceutical needs.The Canadian tar sands are also 70% owned by foreign oil cartels.So the benefit to the Canadian people , will be very minimal. we will just be responsible for cleaning up the catastrophe when they are done.The sad thing is, our entire global society is reliant on fossil fuel, everything we see before us today is in some part connected to crude oil.Our transportation and manufacturing, agriculture and health care industry. Even the clean energy we produce, is connected to fossil fuel, either by production or transportation. So much so, that we are willing to gamble the quality of life for our future generations, for our comforts of today.And yet, over the past century, many innovations and inventions have been created to ween us off of this finite resource. But once again, self interest has manipulated laws and policy to move away from this kind of innovative change.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Lodi, OH

#131 Feb 2, 2014
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
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Thanks for your friendly response.....
The difference between you and me is that I am an employer.
Not marble but IBEW union electricians.......
At the end of the day a journeyman wireman costs me $60.00 per hour after wages, health ins, retirement, workmans comp, etc. etc.
I have no problem with that as I voluntarily became a signatory contractor and want what is best for my loyal employees as long as I can make a living as well.........
Please don't lecture me about the evil 1%.........
I am a job creator..........and I share the wealth.........
Your problem is you like to pretend that you can identify with the 1% when in fact you are much closer to your employees than the wealthy. That's the bill of goods they have sold you.
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#132 Feb 2, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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The reasons WHY prices are high in Europe have no bearing on why companies like Valero or Bp wish to export their products. They are merely looking to take advantage of those higher market prices.
woof
All companies are. We are in a long period of corporate fascism, and the Democrats have bought into it hook, line and sinker. Cars are expensive in France as well to discourage people from owning them, buying gasoline, putting out a carbon footprint, etc. Based on your statement, you could then say that the car makers are taking advantage. However, if fewer people are buying the product, how is this taking advantage of higher prices?

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#133 Feb 2, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text>Agreed, most of the tar sands is used for diesel and oil by-products such as plastics,chemical and pharmaceutical needs.The Canadian tar sands are also 70% owned by foreign oil cartels.So the benefit to the Canadian people , will be very minimal. we will just be responsible for cleaning up the catastrophe when they are done.The sad thing is, our entire global society is reliant on fossil fuel, everything we see before us today is in some part connected to crude oil.Our transportation and manufacturing, agriculture and health care industry. Even the clean energy we produce, is connected to fossil fuel, either by production or transportation. So much so, that we are willing to gamble the quality of life for our future generations, for our comforts of today.And yet, over the past century, many innovations and inventions have been created to ween us off of this finite resource. But once again, self interest has manipulated laws and policy to move away from this kind of innovative change.
Dude, you're welcome to live in a tree in the forest.
Take Duke with you. Every minute he spends online is costing some American their job.
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#134 Feb 2, 2014
-tip- wrote:
<quoted text>
The hippie in the tie-dyed peace shirt's been hittin' the bong too long.
Several sound as if they have been trippin' lately...

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#135 Feb 2, 2014
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
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We tend to be on the same page in a way. I would get the government off the backs of everyone.......with specificity entrepreneurs.
Radical Islamist....Don't get me started
I would certainly close the borders and eject ANYONE here illegally.(by any means necessary)
As for folks that don't mess with me, I would leave them alone as long as they don't attempt to impose their views on me.....
Yes,Im sure the Native Americans , feel the same way. Oh shit, yous killed them all off in the expansion of your capitalism.So, you have a do as I say, not as I do policy. I now understand your ignorance. Perhaps a little American history is in order for you.

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#136 Feb 2, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> Yes,Im sure the Native Americans , feel the same way. Oh shit, yous killed them all off in the expansion of your capitalism.So, you have a do as I say, not as I do policy. I now understand your ignorance. Perhaps a little American history is in order for you.
Yeah, I sure did.
And I still keep slaves in the cabins out back.

Good lord...take another hit.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#137 Feb 2, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> Yes,Im sure the Native Americans , feel the same way. Oh shit, yous killed them all off in the expansion of your capitalism.So, you have a do as I say, not as I do policy. I now understand your ignorance. Perhaps a little American history is in order for you.
That's your jump the shark post.
Thanks for playing.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#138 Feb 2, 2014
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
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Thanks for your friendly response.....
The difference between you and me is that I am an employer.
Not marble but IBEW union electricians.......
At the end of the day a journeyman wireman costs me $60.00 per hour after wages, health ins, retirement, workmans comp, etc. etc.
I have no problem with that as I voluntarily became a signatory contractor and want what is best for my loyal employees as long as I can make a living as well.........
Please don't lecture me about the evil 1%.........
I am a job creator..........and I share the wealth.........
You are the one who relates yourself with the one percent, not I my friend.I am also self employed my friend, and a 20yr union member.I spent 5 yrs as an apprentice, and earned my way up the ladder. Nothing was ever given or taken for granted..And I have seen how the construction industry and trades decline in quality ,pride, wages and workers rights over the yrs, do to owners who would rather make a profit than do quality workman ship, and pat their people a decent wage. I am a 27th degree marble mason, for me to finish, I must teach the younger generation the trade. Much like that of the guided age. But i see no point, in teaching a trade to those who are unappreciative of the craft, and only interest is money.Again, you and I are part of the same wheel, you are not of the 1%.

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#139 Feb 2, 2014
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>That's your jump the shark post.
Thanks for playing.
Shucks...he showed his hand too soon.
We were just beginning to have a little fun.

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#140 Feb 2, 2014
oneear69 wrote:
<quoted text> You are the one who relates yourself with the one percent, not I my friend.I am also self employed my friend, and a 20yr union member.I spent 5 yrs as an apprentice, and earned my way up the ladder. Nothing was ever given or taken for granted..And I have seen how the construction industry and trades decline in quality ,pride, wages and workers rights over the yrs, do to owners who would rather make a profit than do quality workman ship, and pat their people a decent wage. I am a 27th degree marble mason, for me to finish, I must teach the younger generation the trade. Much like that of the guided age. But i see no point, in teaching a trade to those who are unappreciative of the craft, and only interest is money.Again, you and I are part of the same wheel, you are not of the 1%.
So...you work for free, then?

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