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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Somerville View Post
    Never said it was my money. I just want to live in a country where we don't have homeless people standing out in the snow begging for money, where people don't declare bankruptcy over medical bills, where young people can get a college education without loading themselves up with a debt that takes 20 years to pay back - you know a civilised nation
    If you are concerned then you volunteer your time and your money.

    Those who believe and act as you do are cowardly thieves insisting that government complete thefts for them.

    Marxism is for the young and the stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Somerville View Post
    So you don't participate in the electoral process.
    And this is why Marxists want a living Constitution. That way whatever the Marxists want they can do. This is why all governments must be limited by written Constitutions or charters. Otherwise people like you will believe they can plunder their neighbors.

    Where do you guys come from? That place needs to be destroyed.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Somerville View Post
    I see that your definition of "socialist" has little connection with reality but is instead the all too common conflation of socialism with the dictatorships which used the term in describing themselves - much like North Korea is officially the "Peoples Democratic Republic" when it is neither democratic or republican.

    At this time in America, the "parasites" are the 0.1% who are sucking the blood and money away from those who actually work. While productivity of American workers has increased, their pay has not - just a bit of a repudiation of the libertarian, capitalist dream.
    It is actually people who believe as you do who are the pests and parasites. I will grant you this, you do have your Marxist talking points down. You are a natural.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Misterveritis View Post
    Marxism is such an ugly thing. And yet you wallow in it. What you earn, however you earn it is yours. What someone else earn, however they earn it is not yours.

    Those who believe as you do are pirates and plunderers. And Marxists.
    Really know nothing of history, do ya? You can't even be bothered to answer or defend the fact American workers are producing more per hour worked than they were 40 years ago but their wages haven't risen in line with the increased productivity while those who own the companies or simply invested in a company have seen their income increase exponentially. Of course there is the fact that during the past 40 years labour unions have lost millions of workers and that free trade agreements mean American company owners continue to profit by taking work away from American workers -- but, bringing that up along with a few other changes in society is simply "Marxist ****" in some peoples minds.
    “And I have no doubt that every new example will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Govt will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
    ~ James Madison, letter to Edward Livingston, July 10, 1822

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Somerville View Post
    Really know nothing of history, do ya? You can't even be bothered to answer or defend the fact American workers are producing more per hour worked than they were 40 years ago but their wages haven't risen in line with the increased productivity while those who own the companies or simply invested in a company have seen their income increase exponentially. Of course there is the fact that during the past 40 years labour unions have lost millions of workers and that free trade agreements mean American company owners continue to profit by taking work away from American workers -- but, bringing that up along with a few other changes in society is simply "Marxist ****" in some peoples minds.
    I am willing to match my knowledge of history with yours.

    Naturally your thoughts immediately go toward collectivism, socialism, Marxism. You bear all of the evil fingerprints of the virulent Marxist. You seethe with class hatred and envy. You are not satisfied with yourself but choose to blame others for your plight instead of improving yourself.

    Government is the cause of the problems, not businesses. If you want more opportunity then get rid of more government.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Somerville View Post
    Really know nothing of history, do ya? You can't even be bothered to answer or defend the fact American workers are producing more per hour worked than they were 40 years ago but their wages haven't risen in line with the increased productivity while those who own the companies or simply invested in a company have seen their income increase exponentially. Of course there is the fact that during the past 40 years labour unions have lost millions of workers and that free trade agreements mean American company owners continue to profit by taking work away from American workers -- but, bringing that up along with a few other changes in society is simply "Marxist ****" in some peoples minds.
    Which companies are you referring to?

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Its the left that race baits. Time for more reading.
    Really- Far Left and far right do the same thing. Take the blinders off.
    Not every thing is a Leftist caused problem.
    Well not in most peoples world.
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    Hillary is the only defense I or anyone else needs.
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    Not once have I showed my dick to a woman and she thought it was creepy. In fact, in 100% of the cases, they were pretty excited about it. I don't know who you're showing your **** too.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Misterveritis View Post
    I am willing to match my knowledge of history with yours.

    Naturally your thoughts immediately go toward collectivism, socialism, Marxism. You bear all of the evil fingerprints of the virulent Marxist. You seethe with class hatred and envy. You are not satisfied with yourself but choose to blame others for your plight instead of improving yourself.

    Government is the cause of the problems, not businesses. If you want more opportunity then get rid of more government.
    You're funny. I "seethe with class hatred and envy" We have a place in Palm Beach and another home in Maine. We have a yacht on which the two of us have sailed thousands of miles. I have friends and family with even larger incomes than our rather pleasant one and you think I "seethe with class hatred and envy". You know what - none of this is relevant to the topic of this thread so there will be no further interaction on my part with anyone who wants to argue about unrelated matters.
    “And I have no doubt that every new example will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Govt will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
    ~ James Madison, letter to Edward Livingston, July 10, 1822

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Which companies are you referring to?
    Not relevant to this topic
    “And I have no doubt that every new example will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Govt will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Somerville View Post
    Not relevant to this topic
    Actually it is very relevant because you were referring to 'companies', though I understand you'd rather deal in generalities rather than realities.

    The fact is that companies are always on the lookout for good people and if they don't find them and treat them well, or the workers benefits exceeds their worth, then these companies tend to fail. All we need do is look at the stock market of a generation or two ago and you'll quickly see how many have gone under.

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