View Poll Results: Should the campain finance act be repealed?

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Thread: Should the campain finance act be repealed?

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    Re: A modest proposal ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    I don't know why I even bother talking to you ...
    Ironically I responded to your completely rediculous suggestion.

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    Re: A modest proposal ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    Ironically I responded to your completely rediculous suggestion.
    Try thinking before responding next time.

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    Re: Should the campain finance act be repealed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    Well they should be neck and neck.. I mean money doesn't buy all the votes but it can buy ignorance. Anyone who actually thinks the tea party libertarians are an acceptable alternative based on the bull**** they say has been completely duped or are lacking in personal intellectual discourse. ... "hrm shiny"
    What? This election has nothing to do with the Tea Party as Meg Whitman is far from a tea party candidate.

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    Re: A modest proposal ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Try thinking before responding next time.
    right.. all you did was make a silly suggestion about politicians making their names unknown etc.. which is a retarded suggestion and an exaggeration beyond all reality and I'm the one who has to think about it? I mean if regulatory powers are removed from government and the government public services are made private how valuable to do you think a vote will be? If you want more political apathy then you make your government useless.

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    Re: A modest proposal ...

    Btw, for the sake of everyone, it's spelled "campaign," not "campain."

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    Re: Should the campain finance act be repealed?

    Quote Originally Posted by phattonez View Post
    What? This election has nothing to do with the Tea Party as Meg Whitman is far from a tea party candidate.
    The GOP is under the sway of sarah palin or haven't you heard? Bought and paid for.

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    Re: A modest proposal ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    right.. all you did was make a silly suggestion about politicians making their names unknown etc.. which is a retarded suggestion and an exaggeration beyond all reality and I'm the one who has to think about it? I mean if regulatory powers are removed from government and the government public services are made private how valuable to do you think a vote will be? If you want more political apathy then you make your government useless.
    I never said anything about this. The thread is about campaign reform, remember? Can you focus on one thing at a time instead of going way off on some unrelated tangent?

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    Re: A modest proposal ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    I never said anything about this. The thread is about campaign reform, remember? Can you focus on one thing at a time instead of going way off on some unrelated tangent?
    No I know you didn't say anything about it. Just wanted to point out the bias against campaign reform.

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    Re: A modest proposal ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    No I know you didn't say anything about it. Just wanted to point out the bias against campaign reform.
    Libertarians aren't just biased against campaign reform -- we're straight-up against it. Now what the hell that has to do with a private police force ...

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    Re: A modest proposal ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    Libertarians aren't just biased against campaign reform -- we're straight-up against it. Now what the hell that has to do with a private police force ...
    lol.. dear lord. Didn't you just answer the whole thing with your post. Not only are you against campaign reform but against government regulation of any sort and open to privatise most all state services including military.. cough* Blackwater. You are admitting what I was complaining about. Good for you. At least you understand you are interested in turning the vote into a joke

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