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Thread: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie Loucks View Post
    What? I'm just showing that his argument isn't sound. Obama believes in public education and that it can be good, but that doesn't imply that he prefers it over all other forms of education.
    How do you believe in public education? Again, the premise itself is laughable, it's compulsory, you don't need to believe in it. There's no legitimate chance of it vanishing, no politician with the hopes of being elected to the highest office of the land is going to come out and say "I don't believe in education for all, I don't believe everyone should get an opportunity, and you know, since it was the Catholic church who we modeled our public school system on, that's a clear violation of church and state anyhow, so you know we just got to up and end this once and for all!"

    Like I told the other one, arguing this is a demonstration of shared disingenuity.

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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChezC3 View Post
    How do you believe in public education? Again, the premise itself is laughable, it's compulsory, you don't need to believe in it. There's no legitimate chance of it vanishing.
    That's not what I meant, to believe in public education means that you believe that it can provide satisfactory results. Use your context clues.

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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChezC3 View Post
    Did I say anything about constitutionality? If Obama "believed" in public schools why wouldn't he send his girls to one? Did you miss the links? If not than how is it "No, not really"?

    Something tells me for you, the sun rises and sets on Obama's ass...

    Why else the scatter shot misrepresentations in an effort to rebuke?
    I believe that Bud is perfectly good beer.

    I prefer to drink other beers.
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    Justice Thomas' opinions consistently contain precise, detailed constitutional analyses.
    Quote Originally Posted by jaeger19 View Post
    the vast majority of folks that need healthcare are on Medicare.. both rich and poor..

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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie Loucks View Post
    That's not what I meant, to believe in public education means that you believe that it can provide satisfactory results. Use your context clues.
    I'm in context. If it can provide satisfactory results than you're saying that Obama is willingly and happily being fleeced. For if the result would be satisfactory in a public setting there would be no reason to pay an outrageous price tag on a private one.

    I'm not sure what you're about, but if you get satisfaction from Product A and product A costs a couple hundred bucks but you choose to go with product B, which also provides satisfactory results but comes at a, oh, I don't know, just say, $30,000 a year price tag(I'm sure I'm low balling) would you be willing to call yourself a fool for going with product B when you'll get the same satisfactory results from product A at a sliver of the cost?

    No, you wouldn't, and don't say that you would. As I said. the premise is laughable and it is one which is contradictory to the entire kumbya my lord liberal we're all in the same gang love fest which you yourself claim membership to.
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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    I believe that Bud is perfectly good beer.

    I prefer to drink other beers.
    So what you're saying is that Obama prefers to get the same results and pay at a premium, for what? Economic Stimulus?

    Come now...

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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChezC3 View Post
    I'm not sure what you're about, but if you get satisfaction from Product A and product A costs a couple hundred bucks but you choose to go with product B, which also provides satisfactory results but comes at a, oh, I don't know, just say, $30,000 a year price tag(I'm sure I'm low balling) would you be willing to call yourself a fool for going with product B when you'll get the same satisfactory results from product A at a sliver of the cost?
    I'm not familiar with his daughters' personal private schooling so I'm in no condition to answer that question. However, I'm going to trust Obama's judgment as a father (who is also a millionaire) to ensure that his children receive the best (and safest) educational experience. Just a thought: Is this anything new with the children of presidents? Is there a single president who has let their children attend a public school while in office?

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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Quote Originally Posted by sawdust View Post
    I'm just tired of Obama. Lets have an election already.
    You can't wait for Hillary? Patience grasshopper.

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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChezC3 View Post
    So what you're saying is that Obama prefers to get the same results and pay at a premium, for what? Economic Stimulus?

    Come now...
    If I had wanted to say that, I would have actually have said that
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    the vast majority of folks that need healthcare are on Medicare.. both rich and poor..

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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Imagine the shock and horror of the electorate, upon discovering that Obama was no more a demigod than the rest of us.

    Who knew?

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    Re: Are You Tired Of Obama's Mealymouth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie Loucks View Post
    I'm not familiar with his daughters' personal private schooling so I'm in no condition to answer that question. However, I'm going to trust Obama's judgment as a father (who is also a millionaire) to ensure that his children receive the best (and safest) educational experience.
    Right, and he believes that will happen at a private school, not a public one...

    Just a thought: Is this anything new with the children of presidents? Is there a single president who has let their children attend a public school while in office?
    but things were suppose to be different, this time...

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