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    Re: Sugarcoating Socialism the French Way

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Why would anyone argue the merits of something they are not supporting? Strawman much?
    This one too, was not directed to you .. I know it's hard for you to understand not everything written here is to or about you or your eloquent posts. You seem to have an ongoing issue with your exaggerated sense of self-importance...

    Sorry Boo-boo.. next time I'll actually review at your responses to see if you've actually posted something worth responding to.... Maybe I'll even join in your general degradation of other posters.. looks like fun!

    Sooo... did you have anything useful to say or is this personal attack the extent of it? I know it's your SOP, but really... think hard!
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    Re: Sugarcoating Socialism the French Way

    Quote Originally Posted by webrockk View Post
    Good or bad, welfare is a form of socialism, WIC is a form of socialism, the food stamp program is a form of socialism.

    Any time private, and lawfully aquired property (money) is taken from one person with equal, unalienable rights to succeed or fail and given to another ...with identical equal, unalienable rights to succeed or fail at the hand of government, a form of socialism has occurred.
    You were probably educated in a socialist school unless you were born with a silver spoon and have a trust fund waiting for you. Your parents got a tax break by having you which I paid for because I have no children. Do you ride on the socialistic highways, shop at the malls paid for by bonds, have you received a student loan yet, do you watch tv, go to parks, drink water, or are you still too young to reap the socialist benefits, yet?

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    Re: Sugarcoating Socialism the French Way

    Quote Originally Posted by ConservaBill View Post
    This one too, was not directed to you .. I know it's hard for you to understand not everything written here is to or about you or your eloquent posts. You seem to have an ongoing issue with your exaggerated sense of self-importance...

    Sorry Boo-boo.. next time I'll actually review at your responses to see if you've actually posted something worth responding to.... Maybe I'll even join in your general degradation of other posters.. looks like fun!

    Sooo... did you have anything useful to say or is this personal attack the extent of it? I know it's your SOP, but really... think hard!
    Well, I don't know that strawmen should be ignore unless directed at someone. When I read something silly, I have this need to respond. no one is arguing in favor of Marxim as best I can see. So, why do you speak of people defending it? Strawman maybe?

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