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  • On 20 Nov 2014 in This Is Why Rand Paul Is Hillary Clinton's Worst Nightmare, Quigley said:

    Amazing post! Why any thinking liberal would vote for Hitlery over Rand is only proof of brain damage. But I agree: he will have a devil of a time winning the nomination. The GOP pulled out all the stops to halt his fwther's progress in that race six years ago. They threw the election to an unelectable vampire rather than let freedom ring. The media was so complicit in this, many people didn't even know Ron was running, let alone winning states. Then the smear campaign began. Ron became "a racist" and they brought that hard right black guy in from nowhere to give contrast. When he went down in flames, they went back to ignoring Ron savagely.
    He still kept winning state or being runner up. He was in contention based on votes up till nearly the end.
    The people were misled just enough that we got a vulture instead. Run against a placeholder who the CIA had by the short and curlies.

  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Ferguson: case closed!, Quigley said:

    I deleted that post. This thread was meant for rational discussion, not racist nonsense.

  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Democrats Block Keystone Pipeline Bill, Quigley said:

    I can't believe that anyone can compare new revenue from a pipeline to borrowed revenue that the sequester made unavailable.
    That's like saying "I could get a second job that pays $45k, but that's pointless since I can get a loan for three times that amount! Who'd ever need to work? Yippee!

    Pipelines area safer method of moving crude than the railroad, which is the current method. Last year an entire Canadian town was wiped off the map by such a train derailing and blowing up. Tainted aquifers aren't caused by pipelines. Leftist greenie nonsense.
    Regardless of what happens to the oil, this pipeline would create good jobs for Americans in construction, maintenance, oversight, and others.
    Perhaps it's being blocked by railroad interests? Follow the money! Democrats are proven bribe-takers. As are Republicans.

  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Canadians charged $1 million for birth in U.S., Quigley said:

    What about all the Mexicans who do this every day? They don't seem too concerned about the bill, hiding behind the whole "I'm illegal" label. Why should a Canadian have to pay?

  • On 17 Nov 2014 in Republicans screw short sellers, Quigley said:

    A house is a collateralized loan. Refuse to pay it back and they take te collateral. End of story.
    There's no "forgiven debt," even if it's underwater. That's just the bank betting on a losing asset.
    In a short sale, you take on responsibility for selling the asset for the bank, which takes a haircut that it doesn't pass to you. In that case you could be said to be forgiven a debt. But in foreclosure you are forgiven NOTHING! The bank repossesses the collateral!

  • On 17 Nov 2014 in Climatologist: 30-Year Cold Spell Strikes Earth, Quigley said:

    Um, if we are truly entering a 40 year cold spell, I'd have to think that is related to global cooling.
    Why don't we just wait and see what happens? If calamity strikes, I'm smart enough and resourceful enough to survive, so I'm not worried.

  • On 17 Nov 2014 in Obama In China: Taking Candy From A Baby, Quigley said:

    You make my point very eloquently. We can't vote our way out of this one. Obama was the "best" candidate and he totally betrayed us. Of course Romney would not have been better, perhaps worse, perhaps the same exactly. Who knows? The point is: we aren't being given a choice.

  • On 16 Nov 2014 in Obama In China: Taking Candy From A Baby, Quigley said:

    There is no voting our way out of this. We elected Obama who promises us hope and change and gave us the abortion that is Obamacare to fuck us over a little harder. He furthered the bankster control at every instance and ensured the last few factory jobs were duly outsourced. Last week he "brokered an unprecedented deal with China" where he promised to reduce American carbon emissions by 20% of 2005 emissions by 2025, and got a whopping promise from China to STOP increasing its carbon emissions by 2030. Considering that China is already responsible for a full quarter of the world's carbon emissions, 66% more than the US, this "accomplishment" is so underwhelming as to equate with a complete diplomatic assfucking. He gave away the farm and got a few "magic beans" in return.
    He's either an idiot or determined to use his "treaty" as a bully pulpit to enforce his strongarm tactics with the EPA. I guess he and Michael Brown have a lot in common, which is why he sent his pet race monkey to Ferguson to see if any charges could be filed against a white officer who was just doing his damn job ridding the streets of dangerous criminals.

  • On 16 Nov 2014 in TX woman's 4 pitbulls break into neighbor's yard and kill beagle-sues for $1mi, Quigley said:

    Peter P says

    If people can have pit bulls as pet I should be allowed to have an ocelot too.

    How about a bull gorilla to really inspire fear in the neighbors?

  • On 16 Nov 2014 in Kiev Effectively Cedes East Ukraine to Separatists;Bank Card Operations to Cease, Quigley said:

    Can this be over now? I've had enough of the drama over people I don't know in places I don't care about wanting things I also don't give two farts over. The US should have never been involved.

  • On 16 Nov 2014 in TX woman's 4 pitbulls break into neighbor's yard and kill beagle-sues for $1mi, Quigley said:

    Pitbull ownership is a disease that appears to fester and be spread among the lower class people. The more ghetto the subject, the more likely they will own a pitbull and that it will be a dangerous dog. That breed is inherently unstable, and I've had some experience with it. Even a well treated dog (and many are not) is more likely to attack than other breeds, and they really have the ability to do damage when they do.
    The fact that the dogs are also dropped off in rural areas or let loose to roam when the lowlife owners no longer want the responsibility means that there are feral dog packs becoming a huge problem. You really don't want to come across a pack of 20 ravening pit bulls.

  • On 16 Nov 2014 in Republicans screw short sellers, Quigley said:

    Why would anyone choose to short sell under these conditions? There's also foreclosure. If he plays his cards right, the lender might just pay him to move out! Meanwhile short selling means nothing except maybe being able to buy another unaffordable shack in three years instead of seven. So what's the upside? Non issue.

  • On 15 Nov 2014 in The Geniuses are at it again., Quigley said:

    Someday the nanobots will take over the planet and wipe out all competing "life." Who will then care how much money this comet probe cost?

  • On 15 Nov 2014 in Western population: Dumber and Dumber, Quigley said:

    BoomAndBustCycle says

    Quigley says

    The problem is this:

    1) we make life hard for smart, productive people

    2) we make life easy for dumb, unproductive people

    The result is predictable: smart productive people have fewer or no kids, and dumb unproductive people have tons of kids.

    End result: lots of dumb unproductive people

    How does this serve society? By reducing education progress? By increasing crime? By increasing the load of welfare cases?

    This is why the GOP wins. Because it appeals to the very fabric of our competitive DNA when it criticizes welfare and the perpetuation of useless people. We don't need more Trayvon Martins or Ferguson denizens. They just add to society burden.

    The irony is they want to outlaw abortion and make birth control difficult as he'll to access.

    No, that's consistent! The GOP voters only consider themselves for the abortion issues. It's about keeping their daughters from getting abortions, not keeping Shaniqua and Juanita from killing their babies. At some level, we recognize that reproduction is the ultimate win, and make policy decisions based on that.

  • On 15 Nov 2014 in Not once does the author question how this got past the FDA, Quigley said:

    Good points. It's time to avoid eating non-food.

  • On 15 Nov 2014 in Western population: Dumber and Dumber, Quigley said:

    The problem is this:
    1) we make life hard for smart, productive people
    2) we make life easy for dumb, unproductive people

    The result is predictable: smart productive people have fewer or no kids, and dumb unproductive people have tons of kids.

    End result: lots of dumb unproductive people

    How does this serve society? By reducing education progress? By increasing crime? By increasing the load of welfare cases?
    This is why the GOP wins. Because it appeals to the very fabric of our competitive DNA when it criticizes welfare and the perpetuation of useless people. We don't need more Trayvon Martins or Ferguson denizens. They just add to society burden.

  • On 15 Nov 2014 in Western population: Dumber and Dumber, Quigley said:

    There's a reason that conservatives get so upset about welfare. It enables an unfair competitive advantage to the unqualified and uncompetitive. It defies Darwin's Law of Survival of the Fittest, and gives the advantage to the least fit.
    That's why the GOP gains such success with demonizing welfare recipients. The competitive nature of reproductive survival is written into our genetic code.

  • On 15 Nov 2014 in Western population: Dumber and Dumber, Quigley said:

    Let me ask a question: what is more important? Prestige or procreation?
    Evolutionary speaking, how can you compete with procreation?

  • On 15 Nov 2014 in Western population: Dumber and Dumber, Quigley said:

    Biologically speaking, success is measured in offspring. Poor dumb hood rat people are therefore much more successful in our society. This is mostly because of social programs and the fact that food is plentiful. The poorest in the USA tend to also be the fattest, which is a condition unseen in the world ... EVER! So we've created a new evolution, where the weakest minds are the "fittest," and they, unburdened by compunction to give back to society, be productive, or achieve anything, find it far easier than their hard working counterparts to pump out the kids.
    Our socialist society selects for stupidity.
    How wierd.

  • On 12 Nov 2014 in Are you smarter than an atheist? A religious quiz, Quigley said:

    I totally get people who can't believe in any particular religion's tenets. I happen to fall into that group, myself. I more closely identify with Christianity than any other religion, but I believe that most religions hold truth about the Eternal. For example I don't believe in Hell, and I do believe in reincarnation for most people. Buddha was probably onto something, but didn't have insight to understand the true nature of Nirvana. It's heaven, the place where you can be closest to God.
    We are all a piece of God, that part of us called the soul, and it returns to God upon our deaths. Whether we return for another shot at life or not probably depends on how we lived and loved.

  • On 12 Nov 2014 in Are you smarter than an atheist? A religious quiz, Quigley said:

    Atheist, Pastafarian, whatever. It still takes more faith to believe that something DOESN'T exist than it does. Atheism is a faith like any other. They even have their own churches now!

  • On 12 Nov 2014 in Are you smarter than an atheist? A religious quiz, Quigley said:

    94%, got two wrong, one about that Mamodines or whoever the guy was, and didn't realize that Catholics were heretical about faith and salvation.

    Pretty easy quiz for someone who got an "A" in college comparative religions class.

  • On 12 Nov 2014 in In hindsight, Time really nailed it in December 2000, Quigley said:

    Obama makes me long for the happy-go-lucky days when Bush II ruled us with his iron fist.

  • On 12 Nov 2014 in Poll: Americans Want GOP Congress, Not Obama, to Set National Agenda, Quigley said:

    iPhones already cost way more than they need to. $750 with a $400 profit margin. If it cost $400 instead of $350 to manufacture, profit would drop. OMG!
    The price is set at what the market will bear, not at what it costs to make an iPhone.
    Duh!

  • On 11 Nov 2014 in This is why Economics makes no sense, Quigley said:

    We need more worker protections, less H1B visas, and more equal trade. Europe has negotiated such a deal ten years ago, and is doing better than we are the with megalithic producer China. Basically the deal goes: they buy as much as China buys from them. This translates directly into Euro parts incorporated into Chinese products. This raises quality (and price), but also guarantees Europeans keep good jobs in their own countries.
    Why we don't have a similar system is because our politicians are bought and paid for by corporatist lobbyists.

    Instead we get corporate stooges complaining about a lack of talent here in america and petitioning to bring in "more qualified" people from asia. And the low skill jobs will be wage undercut by importing poor Latins. So workers get screwed on both ends. The only way to win is to get into a specialty occupation that can't be outsourced.

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