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#837 Aug 11, 2013
Jammercolo wrote:
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Tax churches use the money to open schools for every religion then.
The public would have a &hit fit.
LOL rich liberals say raise taxes on the rich.Why are super conservatives so selfish? Don't they know they will go to hell?
If thew world don't need saving what ya bitching about???
“Tax churches use the money to open schools for every religion then.
The public would have a &hit fit.” Then they and yourself are NOT for religious freedom, because vouchers would allow citizens the choice to quit the socialist public school system of which they are BOUND to with NO choice.

“LOL rich liberals say raise taxes on the rich.” So what?

“Why are super conservatives so selfish?” Not selfish, they own responsibility... You do not.
“Don't they know they will go to hell?”...

“If thew world don't need saving what ya bitching about???” You, eco extremists, and government restricting American’s liberties in the name of “saving the world from global warming” Only they had to change it to “climate change” because of the LACK of warming.

Amazing how you distract from you very own BELIEF.... you said, you“believe that humans will do the right thing.” Where do you get this BELIEF from, even after you were raised,“I was told that doing the right thing is never easy.”? There is no evidence of this and you keep contradicting yourself. Are you being unclear intentionally or are you severely confused?

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#838 Aug 11, 2013
Respect71 wrote:
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“Tax churches use the money to open schools for every religion then.
The public would have a &hit fit.” Then they and yourself are NOT for religious freedom, because vouchers would allow citizens the choice to quit the socialist public school system of which they are BOUND to with NO choice.
“LOL rich liberals say raise taxes on the rich.” So what?
“Why are super conservatives so selfish?” Not selfish, they own responsibility... You do not.
“Don't they know they will go to hell?”...
“If thew world don't need saving what ya bitching about???” You, eco extremists, and government restricting American’s liberties in the name of “saving the world from global warming” Only they had to change it to “climate change” because of the LACK of warming.
Amazing how you distract from you very own BELIEF.... you said, you“believe that humans will do the right thing.” Where do you get this BELIEF from, even after you were raised,“I was told that doing the right thing is never easy.”? There is no evidence of this and you keep contradicting yourself. Are you being unclear intentionally or are you severely confused?
You have my full support.Don't vaccinate kids against diseases don't teach kids any theories. Won't take but a few generations and ya all be extinct.

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#839 Aug 11, 2013
Jammercolo wrote:
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You have my full support.Don't vaccinate kids against diseases don't teach kids any theories. Won't take but a few generations and ya all be extinct.
Amazing how you distract from you very own BELIEF.... you said, you“believe that humans will do the right thing.” Where do you get this BELIEF from, even after you were raised,“I was told that doing the right thing is never easy.”? There is no evidence of this and you keep contradicting yourself. Are you being unclear intentionally or are you severely confused?

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#840 Aug 11, 2013
Socialist can't argue logic, So they throw up strawmen.

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#841 Aug 11, 2013
Respect71 wrote:
Socialist can't argue logic, So they throw up strawmen.
Keep telling your self that young earther. One day you might even believe it.

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#842 Aug 11, 2013
Jammercolo wrote:
<quoted text>Keep telling your self that young earther. One day you might even believe it.
Till you argue facts, it's fact.

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#843 Aug 11, 2013
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Till you argue facts, it's fact.
LOL, can't be done. You hate facts. Denying facts is what protects your lifestyle.

Fact, Most Red States Take More Money From Washington Than They Put In.

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#844 Aug 11, 2013
Jammercolo wrote:
<quoted text>LOL, can't be done. You hate facts. Denying facts is what protects your lifestyle.

Fact, Most Red States Take More Money From Washington Than They Put In.
More distractions? Really?

We all know you wont answer based on your past posts but let's try... Why it's ok for the to have a monopoly on public education... Would you allow Walmart to be the only retail store in America?

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#845 Aug 11, 2013
I'm still interested in your "belief"
You said, you“believe that humans will do the right thing.” Where do you get this BELIEF from, even after you were raised,“I was told that doing the right thing is never easy.”? There is no evidence of this and you keep contradicting yourself. Are you being unclear intentionally or are you severely confused?

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#846 Aug 12, 2013
Who cares?

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#847 Aug 12, 2013
Respect71 wrote:
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More distractions? Really?
We all know you wont answer based on your past posts but let's try... Why it's ok for the to have a monopoly on public education... Would you allow Walmart to be the only retail store in America?
Because religious fundamentalism is a huge danger to us all.

Maybe Costco but no way to walmart.

The average wage at Costco is $17 an hour. Wal-Mart does not break out the pay of its Sam’s Club workers, but a full-time worker at Wal-Mart makes $10.11 an hour on average, and a variety of sources suggest that Sam’s Club’s pay scale is similar to Wal-Mart’s. A 2005 New York Times article by Steven Greenhouse reported that at $17 an hour, Costco’s average pay is 72% higher than Sam’s Club’s ($9.86 an hour). Interviews that a colleague and I conducted with a dozen Sam’s Club employees in San Francisco and Denver put the average hourly wage at about $10. And a 2004 BusinessWeek article by Stanley Holmes and Wendy Zellner estimated Sam’s Club’s average hourly wage at $11.52.

On the benefits side, 82% of Costco employees have health-insurance coverage, compared with less than half at Wal-Mart. And Costco workers pay just 8% of their health premiums, whereas Wal-Mart workers pay 33% of theirs. Ninety-one percent of Costco’s employees are covered by retirement plans, with the company contributing an annual average of $1,330 per employee, while 64 percent of employees at Sam’s Club are covered, with the company contributing an annual average of $747 per employee.

http://hbr.org/2006/12/the-high-cost-of-low-w...

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#848 Aug 12, 2013
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More distractions? Really?
We all know you wont answer based on your past posts but let's try... Why it's ok for the to have a monopoly on public education... Would you allow Walmart to be the only retail store in America?
http://www.sklatch.net/thoughtlets/pall.html

Among the values shared implicitly by all Americans are 1) that persons ought to be free to do as they please so long as they do no harm to others, and 2) that every person is entitled to hold an opinion, and that no person's opinion is necessarily or intrinsically more valid than any other's.

The radical religious right does not play by those rules at all. From their point of view, those assumptions are secular ("worldly"), and therefore simply wrong.

The notion of compromise is alien to the radical religious right, because from their point of view either a belief comes from God, and is therefore absolutely and eternally true, or it comes from the secular world and ultimately from Satan, and is therefore utterly false, no matter how reasonable it may seem.

In fact, fundamentalist Christians believe that Satan (considered a completely real being) uses reason to deceive the sinful human mind. Reason is bad, faith is good.

Because of those attitudes, most people are totally at sea when trying to understand the religious right. The core perspectives are too different.

Another common error is that many people who consider themselves Christians, but who are not part of the radical religious right, feel that they can understand the radical religious right based on shared Christian beliefs.

In fact, the religious perspectives of the religious right differ markedly from those of moderate, nominal Christians.

The radical religious right has gained power only by keeping its true intentions under wraps, by using the Republican Party as a cover, and by portraying itself as conservative rather than radical.

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#849 Aug 12, 2013
Respect71 wrote:
I'm still interested in your "belief"
You said, you“believe that humans will do the right thing.” Where do you get this BELIEF from, even after you were raised,“I was told that doing the right thing is never easy.”? There is no evidence of this and you keep contradicting yourself. Are you being unclear intentionally or are you severely confused?
Sure their is.

We are living in the most pleasureful time in human history.

The number of males killed by women has declined sharply over the years.Men benefited greatly from the women's rights revolution.

The remarkable reduction in global poverty.
The United Nations estimates that poverty has been reduced more in the past 50 years than in the previous 500 years. Now if only the United States the richest country in the world can do it's part at home to feed the needy.

Torture as a form of punishment is way down in most countries around the world.

Death penalty also way down the world over.Even in the United states where in the 1700's and 1800's we used death penalty for the crimes of theft, sodomy, bestiality, adultery, witchcraft, concealing birth, slave revolt, counterfeiting, and horse theft.


Slavery
For the first time in history, slavery is illegal everywhere in the world.


Women can vote, blacks can vote, poor can vote, all colors of people can vote. Homosexuals are treated better then in the past by a fast growing percentage of Americans.

Be interesting to see you spin out of these truths.

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#850 Aug 12, 2013
Jammercolo wrote:
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Because religious fundamentalism is a huge danger to us all.
Maybe Costco but no way to walmart.
The average wage at Costco is $17 an hour. Wal-Mart does not break out the pay of its Sam’s Club workers, but a full-time worker at Wal-Mart makes $10.11 an hour on average, and a variety of sources suggest that Sam’s Club’s pay scale is similar to Wal-Mart’s. A 2005 New York Times article by Steven Greenhouse reported that at $17 an hour, Costco’s average pay is 72% higher than Sam’s Club’s ($9.86 an hour). Interviews that a colleague and I conducted with a dozen Sam’s Club employees in San Francisco and Denver put the average hourly wage at about $10. And a 2004 BusinessWeek article by Stanley Holmes and Wendy Zellner estimated Sam’s Club’s average hourly wage at $11.52.
On the benefits side, 82% of Costco employees have health-insurance coverage, compared with less than half at Wal-Mart. And Costco workers pay just 8% of their health premiums, whereas Wal-Mart workers pay 33% of theirs. Ninety-one percent of Costco’s employees are covered by retirement plans, with the company contributing an annual average of $1,330 per employee, while 64 percent of employees at Sam’s Club are covered, with the company contributing an annual average of $747 per employee.
http://hbr.org/2006/12/the-high-cost-of-low-w...
I knew you wouldn’t answer…

“Because religious fundamentalism is a huge danger to us all.” More evidence you lied… You don’t believe in religious freedom at all.

Shall we try again? Why it's ok for the government to have a monopoly on public education... And NOW, since we know you would advocate COSTCO to have a monopoly, why would you remove the choice for Americans to purchase cheaper products for their households from Wal-Mart?

Do you hate liberty?

You’ll go an a tangent and not answer these directly… That’s what leftists do.

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#851 Aug 12, 2013
Jammercolo wrote:
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http://www.sklatch.net/thoughtlets/pall.html
Among the values shared implicitly by all Americans are 1) that persons ought to be free to do as they please so long as they do no harm to others, and 2) that every person is entitled to hold an opinion, and that no person's opinion is necessarily or intrinsically more valid than any other's.
The radical religious right does not play by those rules at all. From their point of view, those assumptions are secular ("worldly"), and therefore simply wrong.
The notion of compromise is alien to the radical religious right, because from their point of view either a belief comes from God, and is therefore absolutely and eternally true, or it comes from the secular world and ultimately from Satan, and is therefore utterly false, no matter how reasonable it may seem.
In fact, fundamentalist Christians believe that Satan (considered a completely real being) uses reason to deceive the sinful human mind. Reason is bad, faith is good.
Because of those attitudes, most people are totally at sea when trying to understand the religious right. The core perspectives are too different.
Another common error is that many people who consider themselves Christians, but who are not part of the radical religious right, feel that they can understand the radical religious right based on shared Christian beliefs.
In fact, the religious perspectives of the religious right differ markedly from those of moderate, nominal Christians.
The radical religious right has gained power only by keeping its true intentions under wraps, by using the Republican Party as a cover, and by portraying itself as conservative rather than radical.
Apparently like yourself, Michael Webb, holds a great deal of misunderstanding, and is intellectually dishonest. Posting bias ignorance still doesn’t answer the questions…

Why it's ok for the government to have a monopoly on public education... And NOW, since we know you would advocate COSTCO to have a monopoly, why would you remove the choice for Americans to purchase cheaper products for their households from Wal-Mart?

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#852 Aug 12, 2013
Jammercolo wrote:
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Sure their is.
We are living in the most pleasureful time in human history.
The number of males killed by women has declined sharply over the years.Men benefited greatly from the women's rights revolution.
The remarkable reduction in global poverty.
The United Nations estimates that poverty has been reduced more in the past 50 years than in the previous 500 years. Now if only the United States the richest country in the world can do it's part at home to feed the needy.
Torture as a form of punishment is way down in most countries around the world.
Death penalty also way down the world over.Even in the United states where in the 1700's and 1800's we used death penalty for the crimes of theft, sodomy, bestiality, adultery, witchcraft, concealing birth, slave revolt, counterfeiting, and horse theft.
Slavery
For the first time in history, slavery is illegal everywhere in the world.
Women can vote, blacks can vote, poor can vote, all colors of people can vote. Homosexuals are treated better then in the past by a fast growing percentage of Americans.
Be interesting to see you spin out of these truths.
Everything you listed can mainly be attributed to Christians, and it doesn’t explain where your BELIEF comes from…You said “I believe that humans will do the right thing.” Do you believe this or not?

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#853 Aug 12, 2013
Id find a new planet and move everyone to it

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#854 Aug 12, 2013
Jammercolo wrote:
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So it employees many locals plus it saved their way of life.
This is really a good thing the Mormons have done here.
I guess it's alright if you like working for minimum wage or a little above it. The people that live in the town of Laie, Hawaii either lease their property from the Mormons or are wealthy enough to buy very expensive property.

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#855 Aug 12, 2013
Maverick 808 wrote:
<quoted text>I guess it's alright if you like working for minimum wage or a little above it. The people that live in the town of Laie, Hawaii either lease their property from the Mormons or are wealthy enough to buy very expensive property.
If you have read many of my post you already know I am for sharing the wealth. Rich people got rich of the hard work of it's workers and should share in the profits with them workers.

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#856 Aug 12, 2013
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Id find a new planet and move everyone to it
we are looking but we need the technology to get there as well.

With the fastest of current technology rocket engine the Ion drive propulsion would take 81,000 years to get to nearest star out side of our solar system.

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