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Jenn
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      12-29-2010
nhwf wrote:
> Nicely analysed:
>
> The fascinating thing about conservatism is that many poor people
> subscribe to its principles thanks in large part to Fox News and talk
> radio, even though it calls for doing away with the safety net. This
> is crucial for forming a conservative utopia because the wealthy
> business interests who push for deregulation need the impoverished to
> provide (usually cheap and hard) labor and perform other menial tasks.
> While the poor would likely suffer the most at first, since freedom
> from government intrusion in the workplace guarantees the absence of
> minimum wage laws, sanitation requirements and unemployment benefits,
> ultimately the entire society would implode, since, as the sub-prime
> mortgage crisis proves, unfettered free markets concentrate most of
> the wealth in the hands of a few mega financial firms, which would
> destroy themselves by creating a massive boom-bust cycle, leaving
> everyone destitute.
> http://scholarlywritingreviewed.com/?p=486



Where is chicken little?? I expect to read next that the sky is falling.
Liberals want their own utopia that rests on the backs of the poor only
they offer it up via wild spending with no future consequences. I'm not
sure if any one party has the right answers when we look at the big picture.
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      12-29-2010
Jenn <(E-Mail Removed)> pinched out a steaming pile
of<ifecik$5hs$(E-Mail Removed)-september.org>:

>nhwf wrote:
>> Nicely analysed:
>>
>> The fascinating thing about conservatism is that many poor people
>> subscribe to its principles thanks in large part to Fox News and

talk
>> radio, even though it calls for doing away with the safety net. This
>> is crucial for forming a conservative utopia because the wealthy
>> business interests who push for deregulation need the impoverished

to
>> provide (usually cheap and hard) labor and perform other menial

tasks.
>> While the poor would likely suffer the most at first, since freedom
>> from government intrusion in the workplace guarantees the absence

of
>> minimum wage laws, sanitation requirements and unemployment

benefits,
>> ultimately the entire society would implode, since, as the sub-prime
>> mortgage crisis proves, unfettered free markets concentrate most of
>> the wealth in the hands of a few mega financial firms, which would
>> destroy themselves by creating a massive boom-bust cycle, leaving
>> everyone destitute.
>> http://scholarlywritingreviewed.com/?p=486

>
>
>Where is chicken little?? I expect to read next that the sky is

falling.
>Liberals want their own utopia that rests on the backs of the poor

only
>they offer it up via wild spending with no future consequences. I'm

not
>sure if any one party has the right answers when we look at the big

picture.

ah yes; the most cowardly position of all - the Perpetual Sceptic.

<chuckle>


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      12-29-2010
Jenn pretended :
> nhwf wrote:
>> Nicely analysed:
>>
>> The fascinating thing about conservatism is that many poor people
>> subscribe to its principles thanks in large part to Fox News and talk
>> radio, even though it calls for doing away with the safety net. This
>> is crucial for forming a conservative utopia because the wealthy
>> business interests who push for deregulation need the impoverished to
>> provide (usually cheap and hard) labor and perform other menial tasks.
>> While the poor would likely suffer the most at first, since freedom
>> from government intrusion in the workplace guarantees the absence of
>> minimum wage laws, sanitation requirements and unemployment benefits,
>> ultimately the entire society would implode, since, as the sub-prime
>> mortgage crisis proves, unfettered free markets concentrate most of
>> the wealth in the hands of a few mega financial firms, which would
>> destroy themselves by creating a massive boom-bust cycle, leaving
>> everyone destitute.
>> http://scholarlywritingreviewed.com/?p=486

>
>
> Where is chicken little?? I expect to read next that the sky is falling.
> Liberals want their own utopia that rests on the backs of the poor only they
> offer it up via wild spending with no future consequences. I'm not sure if
> any one party has the right answers when we look at the big picture.


Careful, Jenn, the chicken littles can't handle the truth, or providing
for their own future.

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Because those that matter... don't mind...
And those that mind... don't matter..
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      12-29-2010
"Jenn" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>Liberals want their own utopia


No Liberals are FOR THE PEOPLE!!

Not some damn political party where Rush Limbaugh gives
them a chubby and orgasm
 
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      12-29-2010
hwf wrote:
> Jenn <(E-Mail Removed)> pinched out a steaming pile
> of<ifecik$5hs$(E-Mail Removed)-september.org>:
>
>> nhwf wrote:
>>> society would implode, since, as the sub-prime mortgage crisis
>>> proves, unfettered free markets concentrate most of the wealth in
>>> the hands of a few mega financial firms, which would destroy
>>> themselves by creating a massive boom-bust cycle, leaving everyone
>>> destitute.
>>> http://scholarlywritingreviewed.com/?p=486

>>
>>
>> Where is chicken little?? I expect to read next that the sky is
>> falling. Liberals want their own utopia that rests on the backs of
>> the poor only they offer it up via wild spending with no future
>> consequences. I'm not sure if any one party has the right answers
>> when we look at the big picture.



> ah yes; the most cowardly position of all - the Perpetual Sceptic.
>
> <chuckle>



Not exactly ... Both sides seem to believe the other is totally off their
rocker .. I think we spend too much time arguing about *sides* vs finding
solid solutions that actually work.

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      12-29-2010
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) wrote:
> "Jenn" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
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>> Liberals want their own utopia

>
> No Liberals are FOR THE PEOPLE!!
>


I've yet to see any benefit from anything the liberals have done.

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      12-29-2010
On Wed, 29 Dec 2010 13:28:05 -0600, Jenn wrote:

> §ñühw€£f wrote:
>> Jenn <(E-Mail Removed)> pinched out a steaming pile
>> of<ifecik$5hs$(E-Mail Removed)-september.org>:
>>
>>> §nühw€£f wrote:
>>>> society would implode, since, as the sub-prime mortgage crisis
>>>> proves, unfettered free markets concentrate most of the wealth in the
>>>> hands of a few mega financial firms, which would destroy themselves
>>>> by creating a massive boom-bust cycle, leaving everyone destitute.
>>>> http://scholarlywritingreviewed.com/?p=486
>>>
>>>
>>> Where is chicken little?? I expect to read next that the sky is
>>> falling. Liberals want their own utopia that rests on the backs of
>>> the poor only they offer it up via wild spending with no future
>>> consequences. I'm not sure if any one party has the right answers
>>> when we look at the big picture.

>
>
>> ah yes; the most cowardly position of all - the Perpetual Sceptic.
>>
>> <chuckle>

>
>
> Not exactly ... Both sides seem to believe the other is totally off
> their rocker .. I think we spend too much time arguing about *sides* vs
> finding solid solutions that actually work.


<http://whatthe****hasobamadonesofar.com/>

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      12-29-2010
On Wed, 29 Dec 2010 21:51:36 +0000, ~BD~ wrote:

> Aardvark wrote:
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>> <http://whatthe****hasobamadonesofar.com/>
>>
>>

> Where did he get the money from to do all those things?
>


Far too vague a question to warrant a reply.

> Jus' wonderin'!


Don't wonder. research.



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      12-29-2010
~BD~ wrote:
> Aardvark wrote:
>> On Wed, 29 Dec 2010 21:51:36 +0000, ~BD~ wrote:
>>
>>> Aardvark wrote:
>>>>
>>>> <http://whatthe****hasobamadonesofar.com/>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Where did he get the money from to do all those things?
>>>

>>
>> Far too vague a question to warrant a reply.
>>
>>> Jus' wonderin'!

>>
>> Don't wonder. research.
>>

>
> Margaret Thatcher once observed that "the trouble with socialism is
> that eventually you run out of other people's money."
>
> That moment has arrived, both in Europe and the United States!



good point!
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      12-29-2010
nhwf wrote:
> Jenn wrote:
>> (E-Mail Removed) wrote:
>>> "Jenn" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Liberals want their own utopia
>>>
>>> No Liberals are FOR THE PEOPLE!!
>>>

>>
>> I've yet to see any benefit from anything the liberals have done.



> Do you use Medicare by any chance? Do you vote?



nope ... don't use Medicare .... Yes, I do vote.
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