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re: Help me understand the mind of a liberal
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/18 at 11:16 am
[quote]We just disagree and that's ok.[/quote] Actually, your OP says it's NOT ok by putting a value judgement on their behavior: [quote]liberals consider themselves the big tent party that by default has to embrace every type of [b]aberrant behavior[/b][/quote]...

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re: Help me understand the mind of a liberal
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/18 at 10:52 am
[quote]1. [b]They don't belive in God[/b] and thus by stealing other peoples money and giving it to lazy people this makes them feel good about thenselves. [/quote] And conservatives are all a bunch of Seventh Day Adventists that don't let their women dance or wear pants, right? :rolleyes: I h...

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re: Help me understand the mind of a liberal
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/18 at 10:41 am
[quote]You do know that the exact same hypocrisy can just as easily be pointed out in liberals, right?[/quote] Well I'm not saying there's no hypocrisy in the liberal ideology, but the liberal is much more comfortable with government intrusion in their day-to-day lives....

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re: Help me understand the mind of a liberal
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/18 at 8:54 am
[quote]Well fiscally conservative and socially liberal is sort of a hybrid. [/quote] That's ridiculous. You either believe in the conservation of government, or you don't. How could you consider yourself a conservative and support the government dictating what consenting adults can and can't do...

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re: Is the biggest problem with America that we think we are worth more than we are?
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/18 at 7:55 am
[quote][quote]Come from farmers, hunh? How'd they get the land? [/quote] They won it in life's lottery, right?[/quote] That's how I got mine. Over 200 years ago the Spanish [i]granted[/i] (gave, at no cost) my ancestors some farm land that's still in the family today. Luckily for me...

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re: Is the biggest problem with America that we think we are worth more than we are?
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 5:00 pm
Come from farmers, hunh? How'd they get the land? ...

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re: Since money = free speech
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 2:32 pm
[quote]If you have no money and you hate Jeb Bush you can go out in the public square and say "Jeb Bush is a pooty head!" for ten hours a day.[/quote] Then why should anyone have to use money for their speech if we are all free to speak our minds in the public square? [quote]You want to stop an...

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re: Is the biggest problem with America that we think we are worth more than we are?
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 2:29 pm
[quote]I understand you hold a worldview that really really wants to believe these two "axioms." [/quote] :lol: My examples are not axioms, they are examples disproving the axiom that hard work and responsibility will make you financially successful, while sloth and irresponsibility will keep y...

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re: Is the biggest problem with America that we think we are worth more than we are?
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 2:15 pm
[quote]The difference is that the responsible person gets what they EARN through hard work, ambition, and character. The irresponsible try to seize it from others because they are lazy, do not want to work, lack personal responsibility, and want to blame others for their station in life. [/quote] ...

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re: Since money = free speech
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 2:07 pm
[quote]Money = Free speech is political speech. Protected by the 1st amendment. [/quote] that doesn't seem to make much sense. If money = speech, then no money = no speech. Yet the 1st Amend protects our right to speech. So it looks like money = speech goes contrary to the 1st Amend....

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re: The McCutcheon decision, money as speech, and the end of corruption
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 1:42 pm
[quote]what is a NRA?[/quote] Isn't that a *******'s Retirement Account? I could be wrong....

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re: The McCutcheon decision, money as speech, and the end of corruption
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 1:39 pm
[quote]Now, a political candidate can and does use contributions on many more things than just TV commercials and ads. He can pay headquarters light bills, the salaries of campaign aides, or plane tickets to and from various locations, etc. [/quote] I believe that any interest earned on campaign ...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 1:28 pm
[quote]So constantly reading and hearing "It's Bush's fault" for the past 7-8 years was just a dream? [/quote] So they do it too? Go figure....

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 1:27 pm
[quote]Rather than banning together to fight the real problem, the Corporate/Banking Fascist Elite have Americans programmed to fight amongst ourselves (left vs right). Just look at any thread on this board, or listen to any conversation in this country concerning politics.[/quote] This ^...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 1:26 pm
[quote]Now, answer my question: what do you think caused the 2008 recession?[/quote] A combination of loose lending regulations, and unwillingness to adhere to those regulations by predatory lenders. I bought two houses and refinanced both between 1998 and 2003. Not once did a lender verify my ...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 11:03 am
[quote]I wasn't even addressing your other point, so quit trying to deflect.[/quote] So you were deflecting by not even addressing my other point, yet I'm deflecting. Ok. How about this: At what point can a party accept responsibility? Ever? ...care to take a stab?...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 11:01 am
[quote]there is a difference between agitating to create a problem to solve, than solving a problem that organically exist. [/quote] Yes, there is. 'Progressives' do both. But just because progressives agitate, doesn't mean they don't also solve problems that exist. I have a problem with ag...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 10:46 am
[quote]You asked the question. [/quote] Not this one (you know, the one I'm actually trying to address): [quote]at what point can a party accept responsibility? Ever? [/quote] Why don't you address the question to which I'm actually referring? [quote]Trying to play 'gotcha' doesn't change the f...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 10:40 am
[quote]I thought it was over but look racist accusations today. [/quote] Wha...? NEWSFLASH: Slavery ended in 1865. [quote]I thought we had that but look at war on women today. [/quote] NEWSFLASH: Women got the vote in 1920. [quote]I thought the fight for labor laws ended but look a unions...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 10:25 am
[quote]I didn't make that statement. Don't dodge the question.[/quote] Hey, man, I'm just trying to figure this one out: [quote]at what point can a party accept responsibility? Ever?[/quote] We can either go back in history and look at causes and effects, or we can just blame the guy who's...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 10:04 am
[quote]What do YOU think caused the 2008 recession? [/quote] Well, according to this statement: [quote]at what point can a party accept responsibility? Ever?[/quote] ...shouldn't it be the party that was in control for [i][b]8 years[/b][/i]? I mean, after all, at what point SHOULD a part...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 9:52 am
[quote]If you think the 2008 recession happened overnight, you're living in a bubble. [/quote] So let me get this straight, when the previous administration was Republican, it's the current Democratic administration's fault. But when the previous administration was Democratic, it's their fault. ...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 9:46 am
[quote]Whose fault was the 2008 recession again?[/quote] [quote]Bill Clinton/Andrew Cuomo[/quote] [quote]at what point can a party accept responsibility? Ever? [/quote] :lol:...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 9:34 am
[quote]Over 5 years of Obama and still pointing it back to Bush, at what point can a party accept responsibility? Ever? [/quote] Ironic. Whose fault was the 2008 recession again?...

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re: It's not Obama...he is merely a symptom of the larger problem.
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/17 at 9:27 am
[quote]The problem is progressivism. It's never over. They talk about solutions to problems (conversations, ), propose solutions, but [b]they never solve problems[/b]. [/quote] Really? Like the end of slavery? Like woman's suffrage? Like labor laws? Like the SEC? Like civil right...

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re: Princeton study: U.S. is an oligarchy
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/16 at 5:01 pm
[quote]This is where we philosophically differ. I think government assistance should exist to help people become more [wealthy]. Not less. [/quote] You're right, we do differ on that point. I think payments should be subsistence level. As a matter of fact, if a person is hungry, I say give them...

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re: BLM destroy water tanks and tortoise burrow!
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/16 at 4:23 pm
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re: Citing Russian Moves, NATO Plans New Deployments
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/16 at 4:18 pm
[quote]Terrible mental imagery.[/quote] :lol: It's obviously a joke though. Everyone knows Michelle leads that parade....

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re: BLM destroy water tanks and tortoise burrow!
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/16 at 4:03 pm
...throw in liberal moonbat leeches....

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re: Princeton study: U.S. is an oligarchy
Posted by WildTchoupitoulas on 4/16 at 4:02 pm
[quote]Basically, none. [/quote] Exactly. So it's rich people that are responsible for the entitlements. Just like it was all men who voted to give women the vote, it was all rich people that voted to give poor people money. If rich people didn't want it to happen, it wouldn't have happened....

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