2. Overstocking, lack of meaningful regulations, widening gap between rich and poor, media and political interests reporting only bad news, fear of the future, limited buying, overextended credit, unsecured loans, too much business competition, phony advertisements, failed small businesses, back-breaking raises in health insurance, businesses unloading all their deadwood, and no new products people can't live without.
There are many apt names the left could call the right, and the right could call the left. But it seems rather... Unsupported, to claim that the left are "weenies" -- unless the American definition of the word is different than the British definition.
To me, a "weenie" is a push-over, a weakling, or someone scared to stand up for what they believe in. To me, it would seem that the left, with its history of spawning bloody revolutions and unstoppable military juggernauts (from Alexander the Great, to the French Revolution and Napoleon, to the Russian Revolution and the rise of the Soviet Union, and everywhere inbetween), would be the less "weenie" of the two sides -- and a better derogatory term might be "bloodthirsty".
Unless, of course, "weenie" only refers to the American liberal movement -- for which I suppose I can understand the term, as most American liberals have typically fallen severely behind their global countreparts on instigating reform and social progress in the States.
It's about overly dedicated players and overly concerned spectators winning at all costs... anyway they can.
How do tax hikes help politicians? They are generally unpopular.tax cuts help those of us who pay too much
tax hikes only buy people like obama the votes of people like you
tax hikes help nothing but politicians
so my side helps tax payers
your side helps greedy politicians
what side is better?
its not a close call
Last edited by Morality Games; 10-16-10 at 09:04 PM.
If you notice something good in yourself, give credit to God, not to yourself, but be certain the evil you commit is always your own and yours to acknowledge.
Politicians won't cut spending when their own career is on the line.