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Thread: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    How can the person afford to stay where they are under those circumstances?
    They are getting by, but the risk is too great unless they have a job waiting for them were they are trying to move.

    See I know your games. You want to rais taxes for **** we don't need, and whenever anyone talks about cutting the extra stuff, you go right to school and police as if that's what you originally wanted taxes raised for.

    I've been around the block a few times, you'll have to come up with a better hustle.
    I actually replied before reading your other statement. Yea, we don't need some of the stuff we have. The problem is most repubs take as their stating point programs that actually work like food stamps and don't suggest reform of other programs (welfare) but outright removal.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Yeah I'm not talking about your 2-3K loan, I'm talking about a 20K loan. You can pay off that 3K loan with Bush's tax cuts 'for the rich' you've been cashing in for the last 8 years.

    I average around a $5K refund, and I'm not rich, not by far, but now Obama wants to take that away so idk maybe you won't have it to look forward to.
    Actually Obama wants to take away the tax cut only for those people making 250k+.

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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    So you have certain issues that you disagree with.
    That's what I said from the very beginning.

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    That's a far cry from saying **** the state.
    Not really, no. If all the state did was coin the money, maintain the roads and defend the borders, life would be good. But no, we have to over fund failing schools, various pork projects, let people abuse hand-outs, etc. Yes, **** the state.

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    Also, just realize that you are the reason that the US is behind every other modern country in the realm of education and health care.
    Yes, because I'm well known on this board as a strong supporter of the unions which defend the teachers who graduate illiterate children. My bad.


    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    Thanks for that. American is great in many ways, but only here do we tell each other to go **** ourselves and think its a sign of freedom and prosperity.
    You just defined freedom as the redistribution of wealth.

    How perverted.

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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Not really, no. If all the state did was coin the money, maintain the roads and defend the borders, life would be good. But no, we have to over fund failing schools, various pork projects, let people abuse hand-outs, etc. Yes, **** the state.
    Have you examined the state of our private sector recently? It's not exactly a shining example of ethics, good decision making, or American values. If you have an issue with certain aspects of government, that's great. Way to be involved, you are already ahead of most of the country on making the world a better place to live with.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Yes, because I'm well known on this board as a strong supporter of the unions which defend the teachers who graduate illiterate children. My bad.
    Right, it's only the unions. If we got rid of the unions, so many more children would be better educated. It has nothing to do with unfair funding - where rich areas tend to get all of the funding and the poor areas have to borrow money to buy chalk. Yeah, I've seen "Waiting for Superman", and the argument against tenure is viable, but that doesn't make unions evil, nor does it make you right that government is terrible.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    You just defined freedom as the redistribution of wealth.

    How perverted.
    Where?
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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by xpiher View Post
    They are getting by, but the risk is too great unless they have a job waiting for them were they are trying to move.
    Did you miss my link on SD's 4.8% unemployment? We have to many jobs, you have to many workers. The solution should come naturally to anyone.

    Quote Originally Posted by xpiher View Post
    I actually replied before reading your other statement. Yea, we don't need some of the stuff we have. The problem is most repubs take as their stating point programs that actually work like food stamps and don't suggest reform of other programs (welfare) but outright removal.
    I'm not a republicrat so you'll have to take that up with them.

    Quote Originally Posted by xpiher View Post
    Actually Obama wants to take away the tax cut only for those people making 250k+.
    Oh great, Obama only wants to harm my boss and our costumers (I remodel up-scale homes). No that couldn't possibly effect me negatively, no.

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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    Have you examined the state of our private sector recently? It's not exactly a shining example of ethics, good decision making, or American values. If you have an issue with certain aspects of government, that's great. Way to be involved, you are already ahead of most of the country on making the world a better place to live with.



    Right, it's only the unions. If we got rid of the unions, so many more children would be better educated. It has nothing to do with unfair funding - where rich areas tend to get all of the funding and the poor areas have to borrow money to buy chalk. Yeah, I've seen "Waiting for Superman", and the argument against tenure is viable, but that doesn't make unions evil, nor does it make you right that government is terrible.



    Where?
    Quick word before I sine for the night: Unions were on a list of objections, they were not my only example of government waist, and you know that.

    I can see though your bull****.


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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Quick word before I sine for the night: Unions were on a list of objections, they were not my only example of government waist, and you know that.

    I can see though your bull****.



    Good night. We shall continue this discussion later!
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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Did you miss my link on SD's 4.8% unemployment? We have to many jobs, you have to many workers. The solution should come naturally to anyone.
    And how are people suppose to get there?

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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by xpiher View Post
    And how are people suppose to get there?
    It'll be the last thing you do with those cars you can't afford before you sell them.

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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    It'll be the last thing you do with those cars you can't afford before you sell them.
    Even if you sell the car, you can still owe money on it.

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    Re: Would You Eradicate All Persons Who Don't Subscribe To Your Political Philosophy?

    Quote Originally Posted by xpiher View Post
    Even if you sell the car, you can still owe money on it.
    You sure can. You can be up-side-down on a car just like a house or anything else. The 2 ways I know to get out of it are to sell the item and take a loan for the balance to pay it off, or accept a voluntary repossession, let them come after you for the difference, and make an arrangement to pay that off; or include that debt in a bankruptcy.

    When you live at or above your means, you make a mess for yourself.

    That doesn't mean we the people are under any obligation to give you a golden parachute. I think enough of those have been handed out to undeserving people already.
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