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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Grand Mal View Post
    Go to an open window, stick your head out and shout, "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore!"



    I like that idea, but you should have added: And keep doing it until you get results.

    I guarantee that if anyone screams out of their window long enough in most places they will get results.

    Eventually.

    Maybe not the results that they want, but they will get some kind of results.

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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jango View Post
    The Boston Marathon bombing, Aurora movie theater shooting and Sandy Hook elementary school shooting were NOT false flags or hoaxes. Real people were hurt and killed by other real people.
    False flag events (like 911 for example) do not require the deaths to be fake, but in Sandy Hook and Boston marathon we saw evidence of phony crisis actors who were "witnesses" at both events. People caught on camera at the supposed Boston bombing dispersing fake blood, along with that famous video of the man who very quickly dumps "ashes' amidst a crowd of people, and even amputee actors with gruesome Hollywood style prosthetics being paraded down the street in a wheelchair instead of being loaded into one of the many ambulances that waited, and waited.....and waited.

    Sandy Hook was as phony as it gets. The "grieving parent" at the press conference who didn't know the camera was rolling and was shown laughing on the set just seconds before his "tearful" speech. His speech was unconvincing after that bit of insight. Again, waiting ambulances, but no bodies. People who lived in that tight-knit neighborhood saying they never heard of that guy and his mother. They tried to say his mother worked at the school until no one would corroborate it.

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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    It's useless to talk to conspiracy theorists. The Alex Jones types are simply incapable of reason.
    Alex Jones type? Incapable of reason? Conspiracy theorist? The irony here is just amazing. Every one of my posts contains some type of reasoning about something that I've laid out the hard evidence for, which means I'm not theorizing. I rarely "theorize". There's always plenty of evidence so there's no need to theorize.

    You, on the other hand, come posting a feeble personal attack, offering nothing about the subject matter - nothing to counter the reasoning of my last post. Classic.

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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by sKiTzo View Post
    I asked that you take a statement from the link and prove it wrong. Of course, you're unable to do that (because it's not possible - so don't feel bad!), so instead you ask me to prove it right. I need to know, then, which statement it is that you feel needs to be proven right? It's not a burden for me.
    Again, that's the wrong approach. You never prove anything wrong. You prove the positive.

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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Is it funny that the conspiracy theory section can no longer contain its habitual denizens and the idiocy has spread into other sub forums?

    I might go so far as to say it is mildly amusing -- at least when I am in a good mood. I find all the exposure to this forum pollution simply irritating when I am not.
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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by shrubnose View Post
    This thread obviously belongs in the 'conspiracy theories' forum portion of this website.

    Anyone who is not happy with the government of the USA, which was put in office by the majority of American voters, should vote for someone who is not in office now next time.

    Doing that or leaving the USA ( The entrances to the exits are wide open.) are the only valid options available.
    Wait a minute. Let me put your input into perspective, here. You haven't challenged any of the facts from the link, such as what they've done to the first amendment, or reserving the right to execute emergency orders (martial law) during peacetime, etc.

    The direction this country is headed in is, historically, a bad one. If you remain oblivious to it, it keeps going in that direction. There is much reason for concern, yet, according to fellow American shrubnose, nobody should voice any concerns. If we're not happy - get out. Listen, buddy, if you're happy with what is transpiring in Washington, you are a masochist. Wake up. You're not in Kansas anymore.

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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Again, that's the wrong approach. You never prove anything wrong. You prove the positive.
    No problem. Which statement from the link would you like me to prove positive?

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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by sKiTzo View Post
    No problem. Which statement from the link would you like me to prove positive?
    Take your pick.

    AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.

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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gardener View Post
    Is it funny that the conspiracy theory section can no longer contain its habitual denizens and the idiocy has spread into other sub forums?

    I might go so far as to say it is mildly amusing -- at least when I am in a good mood. I find all the exposure to this forum pollution simply irritating when I am not.
    Challenge what I've said then. Don't have the wit? Unable to challenge because you know I will provide info from .gov proving that what I say is true? We're starting to see nothing but the same identical posts so apparently the only ammo anybody has is to pretend I'm theorizing about conspiracies that don't exist. I've shown the documentation for martial law during peacetime. Just because they haven't implemented it doesn't mean we should pretend it's not there.

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    Re: Is this funny to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by vasuderatorrent View Post
    I do understand that concept. Why attach whining like a spoiled brat while you are doing nothing?
    Quote Originally Posted by vasuderatorrent View Post
    Maybe he realized that the American public likes to say they are fiscally conservative but in reality they just want lower taxes while maintaining current spending levels. Paul Ryan might have got a giant doze of reality. Americans aren't as conservative as they claim to be. He has to appease these idiots without calculators while using his calculator. It's not as easy as it looks.

    The American consumer is very aggressive about getting a good deal. These savvy shoppers vote too. They want more goodies at lower prices. People like Paul Ryan have to find a way to appease these unrealistic demands. He's doing something not just hosting a radio talk show. Radio talk show host can say anything in the world they want to say. They will never look stupid, immoral, compromising or hypocritical. They aren't in the trenches like Paul Ryan. F*** Rush Limbaugh and everything he ever forced you to believe.
    1) I don't listen to Rush Limbaugh or any other radio host. I form my own opinions. You make the classic newb mistake of simply putting people into nice and tidy cookie cutter categories based off of their lean, user name, etc so that you can form an opinion. That's why my lean is independent. I think for myself. Maybe you should try it some time.
    2) Your belief that whatever party the current President belongs to should dictate the way the entire legislative branch votes is absolutely asinine. Just like there are reasons for Pres Obama being elected, there are reasons why each and every member of the GOP controlled House were elected. We currently have a GOP controlled House and Dem controlled Senate and a Dem as President. That means Dems need to compromise just as much as the GOP does because there are a lot of people in this country that don't subscribe to the mess we were dealt from 2008-2010 when the Dems controlled everything. Need I remind you what that 2 year stint produced?
    3) The new debt deal, which is the purpose of this whole discussion, is garbage. This is what we get when we "just let it happen" like you suggest. Nothing. We (the country) got nothing out of this deal. It simply kicks the can down the road to stage another fight just like we've been having. And that fight is only a month away. It isn't like this deal solved any sort of long term problem.
    4) If conservatives continue to do what they've been doing and just ignore the fact that our entitlements are untenable, we will be forced to deal with it one day. Why not fight for it now and get it fixed so it isn't as painful? We still have a chance to revisit the way Medicare/SS are funded, reform the tax code, etc without it being overly painful or hurtful to the country. Instead, people such as yourself continue to elect "conservatives" who just kick the can down the road for someone else to deal with. Eventually the road ends. I'm not someone who thinks that one day the country just going to go up in flames. What I am saying is it's going to get painful really fast when the road does end. Idk anymore than you do what will cause that. Our gov't is so big and complicated that no one could guess that and be confident they are correct. But it's going to happen unless we fix the aforementioned things. Just sitting back and allowing fiscally irresponsible politicians, regardless of lean, to spend spend spend is definitely not something we should do.
    “Mr. Speaker, I once again find myself compelled to vote against the annual budget resolution for a very simple reason: it makes government bigger.” ― Ron Paul
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