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#22
Jun 13, 2013
 
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Might as well get it over with. Boehner and McConnell have apparently decided to throw the country away.
Both Boehner and McConnell had a great opportunity to lead effective opposition to this failure of a President. Instead both appear to lack the leadership and ability to work together to be effective.

And when you add distractions such as Graham and McCain it is easy to see why the opposition is in a mess. And instead of changing leadership, they continuously go down the same path. Even Rubio has lost credibility with his involvement in immigration reform.

If I was to put down a futures bet today, I would say only Rand Paul has a chance to win the WH.
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#23
Jun 13, 2013
 
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>How about the sane and common sense choice: Neither.
Let's take a page out of Ike's book and round them up.
You're the same age as me. Remember 1986? That was nothing compared to this. This is the end of America...by suicide.
The way I see things, it all goes back to econ 101. I remember my professor said that the biggest driver in our economy is home construction. The older I get the more that I see that this is 100 percent correct. New houses mean new washing machines, new appliances, new curtains, new flooring, new carpeting, new carpentry work, and the list goes on.

And even if these immigrants aren't buying new houses, the old house they bought from somebody who is moving to a new house creates the same effect.

That's what this all boils down to.

What's the difference between Youngstown and Columbus? Columbus population is growing, albeit at at a slow pace, whereas Youngstown is stagnant or declining. I think the same thing happens to this country if the population declines or stays stagnant. No new people means no new houses, no new buildings, and no new stuff. Everything just gets old and deteriorates.

You've been to Europe. Its not a war zone anymore and most of them live pretty well. They get free healthcare and five weeks of vacation. They don't want to come here and slave away for $8 an hour so some Jewish banker can stuff his pockets full of money.

Yes the Jewish jokes are tongue in cheek,but that statement is nevertheless true. That's why Europeans don't want to come here anymore.

Economics is a pyramid scheme at the end of the day. We are at the top of the pyramid, or at least we're higher up than the people who come after us. We are always going to need people at the bottom of the pyramid in order for us to stay at the top, just like all pyramid schemes. That's the cold cruel reality of immigration.

And we return to the question: if we can't get Europeans to come here anymore, who has to take their place in this grand pyramid scheme of ours. I'll take the Hispanics, who at least have some Spanish culture in them and are Christian, over the other less savory alternatives.

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#24
Jun 13, 2013
 
Neutral Party wrote:
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Both Boehner and McConnell had a great opportunity to lead effective opposition to this failure of a President. Instead both appear to lack the leadership and ability to work together to be effective.
And when you add distractions such as Graham and McCain it is easy to see why the opposition is in a mess. And instead of changing leadership, they continuously go down the same path. Even Rubio has lost credibility with his involvement in immigration reform.
If I was to put down a futures bet today, I would say only Rand Paul has a chance to win the WH.
He's selling us out, too:

Rand Paul on Amnesty:“Imagine 12 Million New Taxpayers”
http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield/rand...

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Jun 13, 2013
 
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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The way I see things, it all goes back to econ 101. I remember my professor said that the biggest driver in our economy is home construction. The older I get the more that I see that this is 100 percent correct. New houses mean new washing machines, new appliances, new curtains, new flooring, new carpeting, new carpentry work, and the list goes on.
And even if these immigrants aren't buying new houses, the old house they bought from somebody who is moving to a new house creates the same effect.
That's what this all boils down to.
What's the difference between Youngstown and Columbus? Columbus population is growing, albeit at at a slow pace, whereas Youngstown is stagnant or declining. I think the same thing happens to this country if the population declines or stays stagnant. No new people means no new houses, no new buildings, and no new stuff. Everything just gets old and deteriorates.
You've been to Europe. Its not a war zone anymore and most of them live pretty well. They get free healthcare and five weeks of vacation. They don't want to come here and slave away for $8 an hour so some Jewish banker can stuff his pockets full of money.
Yes the Jewish jokes are tongue in cheek,but that statement is nevertheless true. That's why Europeans don't want to come here anymore.
Economics is a pyramid scheme at the end of the day. We are at the top of the pyramid, or at least we're higher up than the people who come after us. We are always going to need people at the bottom of the pyramid in order for us to stay at the top, just like all pyramid schemes. That's the cold cruel reality of immigration.
And we return to the question: if we can't get Europeans to come here anymore, who has to take their place in this grand pyramid scheme of ours. I'll take the Hispanics, who at least have some Spanish culture in them and are Christian, over the other less savory alternatives.
I'd rather take non-Muslim East Asians and Hindi Indians. They assimilate. The value education. They work.
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Jun 13, 2013
 
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>I'd rather take non-Muslim East Asians and Hindi Indians. They assimilate. The value education. They work.
They are also good people. Not troublemakers like the Muzzies and the Jews, but not Christian either. Maintaining a culturally Christian foundation is essential, IM O.
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Jun 13, 2013
 
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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The way I see things, it all goes back to econ 101. I remember my professor said that the biggest driver in our economy is home construction. The older I get the more that I see that this is 100 percent correct. New houses mean new washing machines, new appliances, new curtains, new flooring, new carpeting, new carpentry work, and the list goes on.
And even if these immigrants aren't buying new houses, the old house they bought from somebody who is moving to a new house creates the same effect.
That's what this all boils down to.
What's the difference between Youngstown and Columbus? Columbus population is growing, albeit at at a slow pace, whereas Youngstown is stagnant or declining. I think the same thing happens to this country if the population declines or stays stagnant. No new people means no new houses, no new buildings, and no new stuff. Everything just gets old and deteriorates.
You've been to Europe. Its not a war zone anymore and most of them live pretty well. They get free healthcare and five weeks of vacation. They don't want to come here and slave away for $8 an hour so some Jewish banker can stuff his pockets full of money.
Yes the Jewish jokes are tongue in cheek,but that statement is nevertheless true. That's why Europeans don't want to come here anymore.
Economics is a pyramid scheme at the end of the day. We are at the top of the pyramid, or at least we're higher up than the people who come after us. We are always going to need people at the bottom of the pyramid in order for us to stay at the top, just like all pyramid schemes. That's the cold cruel reality of immigration.
And we return to the question: if we can't get Europeans to come here anymore, who has to take their place in this grand pyramid scheme of ours. I'll take the Hispanics, who at least have some Spanish culture in them and are Christian, over the other less savory alternatives.
We do not have a population shortage in this nation. Your econ 101 prof needs to put down the bong and get a real job. Bringing trash even so called christian trash is not needed.
The beaners and central american trash and that is what they are, pose as much if not more of a threat than any Asian muslims. Argentinians Chileans Peruvians and even Columbians are not like the mexican Panamanians El Salvadorians. Mexicans et al and skinnys only differ in the sub human grunts they make in communicating with each other.

If I was down to my last round and there was 1 beaner and one Iranian I would shoot the beaner.
Enzyte Bob

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Jun 13, 2013
 
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We do not have a population shortage in this nation.
Nobody said we did and it has nothing to do with shortage. It has to do with the pyramid scheme known as economics. Compare stagnant places to the ones with growth and you can't come away without coming to the conclusion that it's all a pyramid scheme. This nation has been allowing immigration since the beginning they are the bottom of the pyramid and they are the ones who pay for the goodies for everybody else on the higher rungs. Its like Amway.

Think of it this way. If you lived in Youngstown where nothing is going on, who's going to buy your house? And if there's no new population there, who's going to build a new house for you to move to?

That's what has always fueled this nation from the no Irish need apply signs 150 years ago too the prejudice against the Italians 50 years ago. it's just the way things work.

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Jun 13, 2013
 
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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Nobody said we did and it has nothing to do with shortage. It has to do with the pyramid scheme known as economics. Compare stagnant places to the ones with growth and you can't come away without coming to the conclusion that it's all a pyramid scheme. This nation has been allowing immigration since the beginning they are the bottom of the pyramid and they are the ones who pay for the goodies for everybody else on the higher rungs. Its like Amway.
Think of it this way. If you lived in Youngstown where nothing is going on, who's going to buy your house? And if there's no new population there, who's going to build a new house for you to move to?
That's what has always fueled this nation from the no Irish need apply signs 150 years ago too the prejudice against the Italians 50 years ago. it's just the way things work.
We need to stop funding, and dismantle the beast, Bob.

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#30
Jun 13, 2013
 
Boehner is stupid!

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#31
Jun 13, 2013
 
Annexing Mexico won't help this:

http://www.catholic.org/politics/story.php...

Secret Budget Document: 30 year Deficit is $106,954,000,000,000
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Jun 13, 2013
 
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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Nobody said we did and it has nothing to do with shortage. It has to do with the pyramid scheme known as economics. Compare stagnant places to the ones with growth and you can't come away without coming to the conclusion that it's all a pyramid scheme. This nation has been allowing immigration since the beginning they are the bottom of the pyramid and they are the ones who pay for the goodies for everybody else on the higher rungs. Its like Amway.
Think of it this way. If you lived in Youngstown where nothing is going on, who's going to buy your house? And if there's no new population there, who's going to build a new house for you to move to?
That's what has always fueled this nation from the no Irish need apply signs 150 years ago too the prejudice against the Italians 50 years ago. it's just the way things work.
Growth areas are usually high debt areas. I have done very well and continue do do so by not having debt, not ponzi schemes. Millions have done so in the past. The idea that one has to buy a house and sell it every few years is not a sustainable model.
Todays invading trash are not working hard and climbing up the ladder they are stealing the ladder cutting it up for scrap and sending the money back to beaner land.
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Jun 13, 2013
 
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We need to stop funding, and dismantle the beast, Bob.
It doesn't even have anything to do with entitlements, although that is a part of it. It's just an issue ofletting new people in as a way to create demand.

I've also come to the conclusion that this is why they also slowly inflate the money. Inflating money forces people to move things around and sometimes you win other times you lose. It's not exactly like creating wealth but as long as people think it is then that's probably good enough how to make people feel like they are prospering.

I don't know if its right or wrong but it is the way we've always done things in this country.

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Jun 13, 2013
 
Obama must have reviewed Boehner's Verizon calls and found something good!

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Jun 13, 2013
 
Obama must have listened in on Portman's cell phone too and changed his position on homosexuals.
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Jun 13, 2013
 
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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It doesn't even have anything to do with entitlements, although that is a part of it. It's just an issue ofletting new people in as a way to create demand.
I've also come to the conclusion that this is why they also slowly inflate the money. Inflating money forces people to move things around and sometimes you win other times you lose. It's not exactly like creating wealth but as long as people think it is then that's probably good enough how to make people feel like they are prospering.
I don't know if its right or wrong but it is the way we've always done things in this country.
Slowly inflating money? Now the.Fed is electronically creation money at light speed once the lag ends look for inflation like Argentina had where you will need a wheel barrow full of 100's to buy a loaf of breed. Only under Osama you will have.to sign up for a.gov ernment food card and pledge loyalty to his fistness

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#38
Jun 13, 2013
 
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Obama must have reviewed Boehner's Verizon calls and found something good!
The snooping scandal has certainly raised this important question concerning the balance of powers.

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Jun 13, 2013
 
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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It doesn't even have anything to do with entitlements, although that is a part of it. It's just an issue ofletting new people in as a way to create demand.
I've also come to the conclusion that this is why they also slowly inflate the money. Inflating money forces people to move things around and sometimes you win other times you lose. It's not exactly like creating wealth but as long as people think it is then that's probably good enough how to make people feel like they are prospering.
I don't know if its right or wrong but it is the way we've always done things in this country.
I see the mods nixed my reply, so...instant replay:

Of course, it has to do with entitlements.

http://preview.tinyurl.com/y5hsf6n
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Jun 13, 2013
 
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I see the mods nixed my reply, so...instant replay:
Of course, it has to do with entitlements.
http://preview.tinyurl.com/y5hsf6n
The mods hate it when the socialist schemes can't work.

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