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Old 02-25-2012, 06:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Gas is over $5/gallon in California.
Every president for the last 25 years has been,,one way or another, "blamed" for high gas prices.Not this one ..no way.. its not his fault.

'bama could start sending Christians to gas chambers tommorrow and the MSM would spin it for him..positive.
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Old 02-26-2012, 07:07 AM   #12 (permalink)
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US Bolsters Defenses in Strait of Hormuz

The US will keep this "diplomacy charade" up for a long time. Libs want higher fuel prices to push their "green" energy agenda. Never mind that it costs us good jobs and reduces our living standard.

This forces more people into the government's giveaway programs.

Socialism is "equal misery for everyone".

Remember, "dependents" make good "useful idiots".
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The better question is: do you believe iran should be attacked?? I really cant see them with a nuke being a good thing.... Then everyone wants one and then...... GAME OVER!!!
No they should not be attacked even Israel admits they are NOT building nuclear weapons,its all a game and we lose.
“The intelligence assessment Israeli officials will present later this week to Dempsey indicates that Iran has not yet decided whether to make a nuclear bomb. The Israeli view is that while Iran continues to improve its nuclear capabilities, it has not yet decided whether to translate these capabilities into a nuclear weapon – or, more specifically, a nuclear warhead mounted atop a missile. Nor is it clear when Iran might make such a decision.”
This is the same conclusion to which the 16 US intelligence agencies have come in 2007 and 2010. It is also consistent with what the Iranian government itself says, which is that the Iranian nuclear enrichment program is a civilian one and that Iran is not trying to construct a nuclear weapon. Likewise, the International Atomic Energy Agency, which continues to inspect Iranian nuclear facilities, has repeatedly and consistently stated that no nuclear material has been diverted from the civilian program.

Israel: No Iranian Nuclear Weapons Program; Barak: Any decision to Strike Iran "Far off." | Informed Comment
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more importantly, if Turkey attacked Italy from the rear, would Greece help?????
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US Bolsters Defenses in Strait of Hormuz

The US will keep this "diplomacy charade" up for a long time. Libs want higher fuel prices to push their "green" energy agenda. Never mind that it costs us good jobs and reduces our living standard.

This forces more people into the government's giveaway programs.

Socialism is "equal misery for everyone".

Remember, "dependents" make good "useful idiots".
I read a lot about welfare on HCS and I assume everyone is talking about corporate welfare and endless corporate subsidies. Most posters on this site seem to be highly educated and have moved past traditional myths and propaganda in our society. So I'm sure the following statistics will not come as a surprise to many of you!

http://thinkbynumbers.org/blog/gover...re-statistics/

I know by reading many posts from all the progressive thinkers on HCS that we all understand billion dollar corporations and the wealthy elite are the ones responsible for lobbying and influencing government policy.

I'm not sure people who support green technology necessarily want the price of oil to rise and support military intervention in the Middle East - but companies like Haliburtan (remember them - Dick Cheney's old company) might as they stand to make billions off government contracts.

Locally - I'm sure we are all familiar with Tax Increment Financing (TIF) districts as they are another government giveaway to entice private business.

I know it's easier to demonize the welfare queen who nobody knows than it is the local high profile business man who is draining far more from your wallet through government subsidies and tax loopholes. So when all the conservative Christians go worship this morning - remember who the real welfare recipients are in this country.

I'll be at home because I can't stand the hypocrisy in the pews and at the pulpit.
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I read a lot about welfare on HCS and I assume everyone is talking about corporate welfare and endless corporate subsidies. Most posters on this site seem to be highly educated and have moved past traditional myths and propaganda in our society. So I'm sure the following statistics will not come as a surprise to many of you!

Corporate Welfare vs. Social Welfare Statistics

I know by reading many posts from all the progressive thinkers on HCS that we all understand billion dollar corporations and the wealthy elite are the ones responsible for lobbying and influencing government policy.

I'm not sure people who support green technology necessarily want the price of oil to rise and support military intervention in the Middle East - but companies like Haliburtan (remember them - Dick Cheney's old company) might as they stand to make billions off government contracts.

Locally - I'm sure we are all familiar with Tax Increment Financing (TIF) districts as they are another government giveaway to entice private business.

I know it's easier to demonize the welfare queen who nobody knows than it is the local high profile business man who is draining far more from your wallet through government subsidies and tax loopholes. So when all the conservative Christians go worship this morning - remember who the real welfare recipients are in this country.

I'll be at home because I can't stand the hypocrisy in the pews and at the pulpit.
Dude, where the fuck did you come from? Are you even a snowmobiler or just another liberal plant? You read alot about welfare on the HCS site? 30 posts??? Must be our old friend DOODIES cousin?
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Dude, where the fuck did you come from? Are you even a snowmobiler or just another liberal plant? You read alot about welfare on the HCS site? 30 posts??? Must be our old friend DOODIES cousin?
I know I'm your worst nightmare because I challenge your narrow-minded and outdated thinking. I'm doing my part to help coax you from under your rock - it's a big world out here and it's really not scary.

Yes I do ride - probably get close to 2000 miles on the sled this year as I'm heading to the UP again Wednesday for 4 days. Doing my part to bring snowmobilers into the 21st century!

Oh - and if you are capable feel free to challenge my position and posted statistics.
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I know I'm your worst nightmare because I challenge your narrow-minded and outdated thinking. I'm doing my part to help coax you from under your rock - it's a big world out here and it's really not scary.

Yes I do ride - probably get close to 2000 miles on the sled this year as I'm heading to the UP again Wednesday for 4 days. Doing my part to bring snowmobilers into the 21st century!

Oh - and if you are capable feel free to challenge my position and posted statistics.
This entire article is standard Liberal logic. Namely, "they are getting more than me".

Here's an idea: Eliminate ALL government aid to everyone. What do you think would happen if ALL welfare was ended?

Or, eliminate only corporate welfare.

Or, cut ALL excess wages for Corporate executives. (Then, you get really lazy, even more incompetent executives).

IMO, in a global economy, every large employer would have to move their operations to a cheaper location. And, it wouldn't be the US.

So, let's face it. The government uses tax revenue to help create jobs that wouldn't be there if they didn't do it. Liberals do this more than Conservatives because their voter bases are totally different. The dilema is how far do you go before it is counterproductive?

IMO, unfair global trade is where the real problem is.

So, when are we all going to vote with our pocket books to buy only American higher priced products made by high wage American workers? Not in our lifetime I'm afraid.

As Capt Storm says, "we are going down to meet them as they become more wealthy with our money".
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I know I'm your worst nightmare because I challenge your narrow-minded and outdated thinking. I'm doing my part to help coax you from under your rock - it's a big world out here and it's really not scary.

Yes I do ride - probably get close to 2000 miles on the sled this year as I'm heading to the UP again Wednesday for 4 days. Doing my part to bring snowmobilers into the 21st century!

Oh - and if you are capable feel free to challenge my position and posted statistics.
Doing your part to bring snowmobilers into the 21st century? And who are you to challenge anyone's thinking? Your type of thinking and logic makes this world a scary and very dangerous place..
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