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Exclusive: Over 55 and jobless, Americans face tough hunt

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#233 May 29, 2012
Jumping Jim wrote:
<quoted text>So all those AIG people would end up starving in the street. I don't think so. What you post is typical nanny government bull shit.
I was referring to your earlier point.

If you dislike nanny government then why don't you live your life accordingly? Don't heed traffic signals or drink municipal water or live in a building made to code or use a regularly inspected elevator. Don't get on the net or use currency or watch broadcast TV or listen to the radio.

Go ahead...do it. Let me know how that works out for you. You have no need for government. You spit on the society that gives you a cushy life and claim that you can do it all by yourself.

I dare you. Do it.

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#234 May 29, 2012
OregonSUX wrote:
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I was referring to your earlier point.
If you dislike nanny government then why don't you live your life accordingly? Don't heed traffic signals or drink municipal water or live in a building made to code or use a regularly inspected elevator. Don't get on the net or use currency or watch broadcast TV or listen to the radio.
Go ahead...do it. Let me know how that works out for you. You have no need for government. You spit on the society that gives you a cushy life and claim that you can do it all by yourself.
I dare you. Do it.
A real stupid remark, there is a very legitimate roll for government in society. However, government has no business bailing out inefficient and corrupt private businesses. Bankruptcy laws were enacted to take care of these kind of problems. It wouldn't surprise me if you were some union stooge, trying to save your overpaid job.

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