Is anyone starting to wonder whether we are better or worse than the Soviets during the Gulag prison-camp era?
No. Literally zero people are wondering that.
But the situation is driving his wealthy neighbors crazy.
At least some good came from this.
Not claiming I know everything,
Go back to your bridge, troll.
My posts, which are on her for the past number of years, show how I've analyzed the market, and how successful my return for such has been.
And what an attention-whore you are.
NO I'm saying I "I" I respect people's views and can still be their friend and even ponder it to some extent. Take from it what I can, and then ignore the rest. As I know, you personally can't do dick all that will effect my life. If I have a problem with the Government, I'd be much better off taking my argument to them.
Congratulations on your ability to ponder things, but the only reason this is an issue is that tolerant people like yourself are currently restricting the rights of a group of people. You have the right to have an opinion, and you have the right to express that opinion, but you don't have the right to not be made fun of by smarter people with better opinions.
So it sure sounds like bigotry is one of those words that is "I know I am but what are you?"
Liberals discriminate against age(at least the ones here do, they loathe baby boomers, because they might retire and need elder care.)
They discriminate against socioeconomic status, they loathe the 1%'ers and claim that the Poor are of inferior intellect.
Even if one accepted the premise of that entire elaborate straw man, how is saying "old people suck because they need health care" or "poor people are dumb" not less bigoted than saying that gay people shouldn't have equal rights because their lifestyle is dumb/immoral/whatever? Unless you're arguing that liberals don't support the working class or don't support a strong social safety net, which would still somehow not be even in the ballpark of the worst argument you've made here in the last 24 hours.
I like how the word bigot has been redefined as well. Apparently you can't host your own opinion, with out actually hating.
Your opinion is that being gay is an immoral lifestyle choice that people make for attention. Look up bigotry in the dictionary.
Oh Yeah? Well trying taking all of his money away from him, and see what he has to say about that.
If you took away his money then he wouldn't want the government to take away money from rich people? That's a weird argument.
Gays don't want equal rights they want exceptional rights. Where their rights trumps the rights of others to be repulsed by it, or to raise your children to think Homosexuality is a lifestyle choice, one which may conflict with the morals of how one might want to raise their children.
The gay rights movement just wants equality. Stopping you from being ashamed of your children or raising them as bigots is not really a part of the agenda.
Was there a point to all that?
Most of the successful people started with nothing. My two heroes are the prime examples: George Soros, Dennis Washington
You have to be joking. You think most of the successful people in the United States came from nothing?
The woman in that commercial is terrifying.
Why do liberals dismiss the bad elements in human behavior when it comes to welfare? Why are they afraid of trying to root out waste?
Why do conservatives want to get rid of social programs the minute someone abuses them? Why are they afraid of trying to fix them instead of eliminating them? Generalities are fun.
Not sure how people having easy access to guns made this situation better.
My argument is that I prove welfare fraud exists, where libs say it doesn't.
No "libs" anywhere say welfare fraud doesn't exist.
They then back-peddle w/ "Well, it's not THAT bad".
Is that better or worse than desperately searching for fraud and then using what little there is as justification to abandon the program completely?
Republicans don't want small government, they want government to be small when it does things they don't like, which doesn't really move the debt needle at all. If they wanted smaller government they would have done something about it when they had the power to do it.
Boehner represents only one half of the country that works and gets nothing from the government.
No need for fact checking, everyone! Move along!
I bet the real surge will be today. I voted "no" because I thought they'd squabble about it a bit more and then backdate whatever they inevitably agreed to but apparently everyone realized what a big hole they'd dug themselves by hyping this nonsense as some sort of armageddon.
And sold for $640,000 on November 30, 2012.
Contrary to the beliefs of some on the left, the Republican base isn't millionaires, so I'm not sure that their momentary lapse of unreason on taxing high incomes will really hurt them that much. And I do agree that this isn't really exciting on any level for Democrats. Republicans get to attack them for inconveniencing their beloved "job creators" and continue to attack them for not cutting spending. AND they got Democrats to concede all this from a pretty strong bargaining position.
Read the WSJ everyday
The Financial Times is much better, and without the reactionary opinion pieces to boot.
Talk about a "do-nothing" congress. The one time doing nothing actually would have done some good they go out of their way to make sure that nothing changes.
There's nothing unique about the Constitution that lends itself to disagreement. The Constitution is like the Bible, anyone can interpret it however they want provided they can argue it effectively. Without a Constitution we would just be arguing over the interpretation of something else.
2.) Paris rentals are reasonable. Again, from store front listings, many apartments available from 650 Euros to 1000 Euros in a decent area.
Are you sure that's monthly? Europeans sometimes list weekly rent instead of monthly.