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Ukiah, CA

Ryan Medicare Plan - Ukiah, CA

You don’t criticize you spout bigoted banter… that is not criticism… that is bigotry. Its morons like you in the democratic party that bring the vitriol hatred and then is not smart enough to counter with a valid argument…. All I hear from you is, “Ahahahahaah, {sexist remark}, Ahahahaha {idiotic statement}, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA” I am absolutely certain that every liberal out there just wants you to shut up because you make all of them, just by being alive, dumber by proxyNow I heard, “Ahahahahahaha, {stupid Ad homonym fallacy}, Oh My!!!” Didn’t even know the TV show guy had a university, but nope I am working during the dayIt’s funny watching you attempt to spout history; you the 21st century bigot and maybe racist, spinning history to serve your purpose… I guess you are a good spokesperson for the liberals of this day an ageYou show your ignorance with every misspelled bigoted word and “Ahahaha-“ anticsAnd now your rhetoric spins to the argument that liberal loons love the best… Fox News the organization you hate because it counters the liberal news. I love how liberal idiots just think it’s the most horrible thing out there because now the liberal dogma has to compete. That is the real reason why the competitive market scares you liberal clowns. When it comes down to it, people started to realize the crap liberal media has been shoving down their throats but had no means to watch the counter arguments, now, since Fox News, you can and it drives liberals nuts. Sorry but the competitive market has always done things better, faster and more cheaply than any government organization ever could because Governments build nothing but administration…. As for me? I have been republican in economic terms and middle ground when it comes to social issues. You, from what I gather from your posts, are retarded left liberal in economics and semi-retarded left liberal when it comes to social issues. So it’s no surprise that common sense is difficult for you to wrap your head around.  (Jul 11, 2011 | post #17)

Ukiah, CA

Ryan Medicare Plan - Ukiah, CA

I am sorry that reality is boring for you, it’s the truth, everything I said… Now you say they “take” concessions? So I am assuming that since you have now changed the subject and dodged the main issue by producing a “red-herring” fallacy you concede my point as correct. ThanksNo, Sarah Palin is a person with a different perspective. And because her perspective is different from yours the liberal ilk now gives you permission to show your true colors as a sexist bigot. It’s the truth… live with itNo my giggly liberal troglodyte, I do not use the abbreviated, misspelled louche banter you use. I utilize the English language to effectively convey what I meanAnd you and your liberal pick for change has created a perfect scenario for that to happen. Since Obama has pushed his health care through congress, without even a proof read, we have now started to see what a nightmare leaving liberals in charge truly is. Now we have a situation where we have almost bankrupted the nation and Obama can’t seem to understand very basic economic principles. One of the major impacts of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is that individuals and families will see higher health insurance premiums. Obama’s health care act imposes several costly new mandates and restrictions on health insurers and providers that will raise health care’s costs and therefore premiums. Even the Congressional Budget Office agrees that health insurance premiums will rise by 30%, thanks to Obama… oh but keep your scare tactics because it shows just how little you know about the situationScare tactics? Is that all you have? Just one big Ad hominem fallacy is all you can bring to the argument even if that could happen with your health care insurance. How simple minded can you beHow so? The CDC has existed in the past under the dreaded system you claim wouldn’t allow it to stay. But the truth gets in the way of your liberal ideology and when only fallacies can be used to justify your way of thinking then you are obviously on the losing end of any argument. Sorry reality bores you… but you can always masturbate to old Obama speeches while chanting, and probably crying, “yes I can!” you know…. Relive the old days when you thought you knew better.  (Jul 5, 2011 | post #15)

Ukiah, CA

Ryan Medicare Plan - Ukiah, CA

Sorry liberal idiot, your premise of for profit health care uses an Ad Homonym fallacy and a big red herring fallacy to prove its point. Then you push a number that is not even correct, the amount is 700 billion by this report, http://www.mckinse yquarterly.com/Val ue_creation_in_hea lth_care_A_sector_ by_sector_analysis _2240 I keep telling you to look stuff up and live in reality but you keep refusing to do so…. I cant help you if you cant even understand the world around you or how we got to this place, that is called history by the way… not your version of revisionist historyI find it funny how your simple little mind cant build an argument based in facts and instead relies on insults, bigotry, intolerance and stupidity to cultivate your talking points and reasoning. I am glad you are a liberal. I really am, please keep talking and show everyone how stupid liberals sound. Maybe you will prove my points for me.  (Jun 30, 2011 | post #13)

Ukiah, CA

Ryan Medicare Plan - Ukiah, CA

Are you telling me that you have never heard of a Bio-medical company before? Typical, a liberal idiot such as yourself should do some research before you just start puking your idiocy for everyone to see. Typically 60% of all medical breakthroughs come from for-profit biomedical research. http://jama.ama-as sn.org/content/294 /11/1333 Moronic liberals such as yourself should really learn the world around youWow, so in that sentence you managed to call conservatives names like a third grader, show your bigotry against women, and show your ignorance in the stances of schools that have religious backgrounds. Batting a thousand in the ranking of stupid comments are we? Why don’t you sit down, and breathe through a paper bag for 10 minutes before you respond next timeAre you calling me angry, when its you are the one spreading bigotry, religious intolerance and calling others names? Again I ask you sto sit down and breathe through a paper bag for 10 minutes before you respond next timeYour premise suggests that government can do the same service that private enterprise does for less money, which time and time again has been dead WRONG. How many times do you have to see a government entity cost three times the amount to get half the work done? When is your little liberal brain going to understand that Government involvement does not reduce costs but triples them? Would you rather see one small company go through bankruptcy that makes marginal impacts on the health care system or a system wide bankruptcy of our entire government going down because liberal idiots like you convinced others that it would be cheaper when time and time again that has been proven false!  (Jun 30, 2011 | post #12)

Ukiah, CA

Ryan Medicare Plan - Ukiah, CA

Silly little liberal simpleton, it is unfortunate that the ragmatical leftist talking points have left your turbid brain so starved for facts. The facts are this; drug developments have only occurred BECAUSE of the for profit machine. Otherwise there is no incentive what so ever to develop these drugs. This is true throughout history. Rising Hospital costs and lowering doctors wages are occurring because of litigation within the health care system Malpractice liability insurance is one of the biggest costs hospitals face and that drives the price charged to health care. The other costs to health care are applied to deter over use so as to make emergency room visits for emergencies onlyYour recreant discommodious grade school rant is as flagitious as it is louche. The perversion is your leftist hypocrisy, you claim equality and then bash women with sexist rants if they disagree with the liberal ilk. You would rather tear a baby into tiny pieces in a partial birth abortion, all in the name of choice, then protect the right to life. And you would rather burden everyone around you to pay your bills then have to deal with responsibilityNow your argument has denigrated back to excursus rambling. Its unfortunate that your education has been so stuntedThat would be a yes and no; NASA does receive funding for exploration, research and development. The bio-medical and medical industry receives tax benefits for their research. When the government funds a project it then has the ability to give the knowledge to other organizations for the betterment of the citizens but only for profit industry can deliver those benefits. Sorry, your miscreant little brain can’t comprehend the real world and all you’re left with is silly little talking points you blindly follow earning your opprobrium in history.  (Jun 30, 2011 | post #10)

Ukiah, CA

Ryan Medicare Plan - Ukiah, CA

No anger, just the brutal honest truth. Sometimes it is hard to hear the truth, but if you break from your liberal lock-step approach to the world and think for yourself for once you will see that the world is not one big dichotomy of left vs. right but a myriad of different opinions, mindsets and ideologies that people subscribe to. The spoon fed liberal tirades you constantly espouse lack depth and true knowledge of the world around you, so when I dismantle your argument please note that it is not you I am attacking but the liberal pestiferous myrmidon that is your internet alter ego. My hopes is that some day you wake up and pull your head out of the sand and realize that the world around you is not what the rodomontade leftist bully-pulpits tell you. Fact is, so far, we have traditionally had the best solution human civilization has come up with to date. The profit motivator has generated a world with amenities that have created better living, greater comforts, and advancements in science that has overshadowed all other societies in written history. This does come at a cost, but how to alter society and live within our means is a question that we now have to face because civilization can not continue to move in the pace it has. Entitlement spending, energy problems, population issues and humanitarian issues are coming to a head and unless we figure out how to incentivize living within our means we will never do soVery good! The liberal world does have fallacies! Your hebetude is showing signs of diminishment. No, the protections, for the most part are valid and necessary. One group of people should never impose determents toward another group just because they can or because of greed. In the past these employers you speak of was driven by profit margin and they did heinous things in the name of business and Unions rose as a result of those abuses. Now the tables are turning and greed has reared its ugly head again, but it is different this time. It’s hiding under the guise of the liberal argument of “fair share”. But this greed will not result in a backlash of better times it instead could destroy our way of life completely. If America was to default then the time of American opportunity will be over for a whileAre you sure? Did you look at every MBA and Bachelor Degree program and made sure of that? And what ethics are you speaking of because there are many ethical questions and quagmires in liberal ideology. Such as free-loading, is that a high ethical standard? What about tax gouging? That would be moral compromise as well, it follows the philosophy of well you make more so you have to pay more…. So does that then encourage everyone to do lessThe Lehman Brothers have been mostly democratic in their contributions in 2008, but they twist to what ever suits them. http://www.opensec rets.org/pacs/pacg ot.php?cycle=2008 &cmte=C0012767 0  (Jun 29, 2011 | post #8)

Ukiah, CA

Ryan Medicare Plan - Ukiah, CA

Liberal troglodytes have no ethics, but business does generate wealth. Wealth used to bring us a better lifestyle, without it we end up in squalor. Even your liberal confabulates grovel for dollars, and they will sell out any one for that and power. Pull your head out of the sand….  (Jun 27, 2011 | post #5)

Ukiah, CA

Ryan Medicare Plan - Ukiah, CA

Its a solution, one that I would think democrats would love... the option is a stipend that decreases with the more money you make. This allows Medicare to exist past the point it goes bankrupt and nobody gets services.  (Jun 23, 2011 | post #2)

Ukiah, CA

Roll back the greed

The venom in that article was horrendous. There was no attempt to judge Ayn Rand objectively. What about my idea on the school system? I am assuming that since you are ignoring the solution I came up with it means that you cant find anything wrong with it. Am I right?  (Apr 19, 2011 | post #718)

Ukiah, CA

Roll back the greed

I come from an immigrant family that worked its way to the top... that includes working my way door to door to gain enough money to get into the school, and I am still paying for my student loans. I had no help, the reason is that I truly believed that you work for your station in life. It was hard, but I believe if it was given to me then I would never have appreciated it. Now I have children, and you better believe I will make them work for what they want... I may help them on it... but they will never know. The reason? I want them to maintain independence while helping guide their decisions. I believe this is what america is truly about. Help me understand your vision please, all I see from you is that you try to destroy ambition.  (Apr 16, 2011 | post #698)

Ukiah, CA

Roll back the greed

I am only quoting him to represent that other opinions were presented during the framing of our government. Hence the broad statement of "Our forefathers wisely designed a public school system and added the separation of church and state provision. " - By you, lol Our founding fathers had many different ideas about how our country should run but you can not lump them all together. Oh and, by the by, Debtors prison is a result of tax evasion. You would do well to separate yourself from situations that you yourself would find yourself in if you lived in that timeReally? The laws of American incorporation existed back then? Please do tell how, and while you are at it please tell me how this applies to the existing argument, least you prove again your hypocrisy. As for your gallant behavior posing as our savior against the state, riding on a donkey and pointing your lance against the windmills of religious institutions, I only ask that you truly think of the education of the children in our society. An if you can, please protect "Ahahahah boy", or as HIO calls him "RainHead "(still have no idea of what that means), and try to stop him from getting his beard plucked out.  (Apr 16, 2011 | post #697)

Ukiah, CA

Roll back the greed

Nobody ever wins in a real dialogue", really? That is a sad statement, and I am sad for you because you are saying that you are not open for real dialoge. This also means that you are not open to new ideas and new opinions that are presented to you. This is sad, I feel really sorry for you. I too am hoping to find out if I can learn or teach others about outside posssibilities that is a nexis of evolutionary ideas out thereIs this a dig, even if it is the case, so what, you only prove that those with riches wish to educate their children better. Your endevor to insert an incidious action behind this motive falls short on truly educated ears. What do you fearIn my solution that result is negated. Why do you ignore this solution? If Parochial schools teach just as well, if not, better than public schools then what is the problem? Who are you to say what is better?  (Apr 16, 2011 | post #695)

Ukiah, CA

Roll back the greed

Your own morals are compromised if you believe tax evasion can be justified, how can you ever claim that if everyone listened to your teachings they would not have your same compromised moralityThe only mayhem I see is coming from the SEIU. Sorry but I do not see problems with the chamber of commerce. You have to have supporting documentation. I have yet to see you justify the stance you have taken against the chamber of commerceVouchers have been vehemently opposed by teachers and as such has never been truly implemented at all. In reality a comparison does exist. A system where public school entities compete with private school entities is out there, and it creates the brightest minds in the world. that is the higher education system known as the collegiate system. Universities of public and private compete all the time and education ends up winning. There is a way for this to work with all our children getting the education the individual parent can endorse.  (Apr 15, 2011 | post #691)

Ukiah, CA

Roll back the greed

Oh I heard you the first time, I am just surprised... I am surprised on exactly how wrong you can get things about our American history. Are you telling me that the Boston tea party occurred because colonists were upset that British taxes were used to pay "Anglican school teachers and ministers"? And that the Separation of Church and State provision was developed to ensure education was separated from religious teachings? Sorry Marv, wrong again. The Boston tea party was in revolt of the Town-shed Revenue Act imposed by British rule. The use of funds was, as with many things used to raise revenue in the colonies to pay the salaries of governors and judges so that they would be independent of colonial rule. Or, as they put it, "for making a more certain and adequate provision for defraying the charge of the administration of justice, and for the support of civil government, in such provinces where it shall be found necessary". Doesn't this sound more flowery? And no this had nothing to do with teachers teaching religious messages. You can find many founding fathers that would agree with having religion as a part of education; ""Religi on is the only solid basis of good morals; therefore education should teach the precepts of religion, and the duties of man towards God." - Robert Morris (founding father) My suggestion was to make a law to include a credit that is given as you pay your taxes if you are paying for the education of your child free of the system. You get a voucher to place your child in any school you want that is not a religious institution but if your child is in an educational system that is a religious institution then you don’t get a voucher but you do get a credit to the amount your taxes would have been for school up until your child is 18 years of age. Then you would have to pay into the system again like everyone else. This way tax dollars go into the pool just as how its is done now but without the penalty against those who want their child to learn religion with their education, if they wish to use a religious institution to pay for schooling what I have stated would be a way for the government penalty of adding religion to your child's education is mitigated. Even Jefferson said; " No man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship, place, or ministry whatsoever, nor shall be enforced, restrained, molested, or burdened in his body or goods, nor shall otherwise suffer, on account of his religious opinions or belief; but that all men shall be free to profess, and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of religion, and that the same shall in no wise diminish, enlarge, or affect their civil capacities." Would you concede now when all aspects of your tax money is not involved and nobody is being persecuted for their beliefs on how to raise their child?  (Apr 15, 2011 | post #690)

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