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I Hate Democrats

By maxwell edison ·
Okay, I got your attention.

And to all Democrats:

Get out of my life.

Stop trying to take my personal property.

Stop trying to infringe on my RIGHT to take personal responsibility.

Stop presuming that you know what's better for me than me.

Stop telling me how to live.

Stop telling me how to define my moral values.

Stop telling me how to plan for my own future.

Stop telling me how to raise my kids.

Stop telling me how to educate my kids.

Stop taking my hard-earned income.

Stop trying to take care of my own health.

Stop telling me how to run my own business.

Stop telling me how to live.


I'll make a deal with you. You leave me the **** alone, and I'll leave you the **** alone.

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You didn't think this through...

by puppybreath In reply to I Hate Democrats

If they stop trying to run your life and your business, you would need less Government. Less Government means thousands of unskilled workers would be dumped on society.

If you make decisions regarding education, many public schools would close due to poor attendance. This would mean thousands of people with no practical or real-life experience would be unemployed and dumped on society.

Less Government means more profits for big business. And as we all know, big business means more pollution because they build big factories and don't care about the environment.

More pollution means more global warming which would lead to a new ice age. (Don't ask me to explain this one, it's a liberal idea).

A new ice age would mean that all of those thousands and thousands of unemployed, unskilled people would freeze to death since they couldn't possibly take care of themselves after having soemone protect them for so long.

Do you really want to be responsible for the deaths of that many people? Perhaps being an evil warmonger has made you too insensitive to the needs of others. I would suggest that you read several books with Psycho-babble and re-think your position. Remember, it's not about you. It takes a village. Go hug two trees and call me in the morning.

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You gotta' love sarcasm!

by maxwell edison In reply to You didn't think this thr ...

Great message, puppybreath.

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Of course, do you think that somebody will grow the bread for you?

by LukCAD In reply to You gotta' love sarcasm!

I deleted my post, for some reason...
Sincerely, LukCAD

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For some reason. . . . .

by maxwell edison In reply to Of course, do you think t ...

.....I suspect that you don't fully understand my comments or my true position. But thanks for your comments, nonetheless.

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I deleted my post for some reason...

by LukCAD In reply to For some reason. . . . .

I did it to save my wrong opinion in our minds only.
It's really hard to image the aim of your post. But till i was drinking a coffee in pause of drawing of the new sketches for my project i was need to find some relax for my brain. It was TR's discussion and your post. ;-)
Have a nice day!

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How are you able to delete your message?

by M_a_r_k In reply to I deleted my post for som ...

I can edit my messages but not delete them.

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He edited THE message by deleting HIS message.

by maxwell edison In reply to How are you able to delet ...

I kinda' wish he hadn't done that, though.

There was an obvious language barrier, and he didn't seem to understand where I was coming from, so to speak. But I would have welcomed delving into it further, perhaps, to facilitate some mutual understanding.

He is from Zhlobin, Homelskaya, according to his profile; he probably speaks Russian; and he probably used one of those on-line translators to both read my message and post his, although that's all assumption on my part. Where is Zhlobin, Homelskaya, you might ask? Homelskaya is a province in Belarus, and Zhlobin is a city in Homelskaya.

"After seven decades as a constituent republic of the USSR, Belarus attained its independence in 19**. It has retained closer political and economic ties to Russia than any of the other former Soviet republics. Belarus and Russia signed a treaty on a two-state union on 8 December 1999 envisioning greater political and economic integration. Although Belarus agreed to a framework to carry out the accord, serious implementation has yet to take place. Since his election in July 1995 as the country's first president, Alexander LUKASHENKO has steadily consolidated his power through authoritarian means. Government restrictions on freedom of speech and the press, peaceful assembly, and religion continue. Belarus, although a republic in name, is in fact a dictatorship", at least according to the CIA.

One thing that I remember him having asked was, who will grow your bread? Premise and upbringing speaks volumes in this case. I would have liked discussing the difference between dependence and inter-dependence, at least as it relates to how I make the distinction between the two. But is it possible for someone who was raised to think a certain way, who was schooled to believe certain things, to actually understand things that are contrary to that train of thought? And it does indeed apply both ways, I suppose.

So, LukCAD, don't go away. Feel free to jump in and share your views and discuss ours.

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Would be interesting to hear a Belarussian's views on democracy

by M_a_r_k In reply to How are you able to delet ...

Especially if he grew up during the Soviet occupation.

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by TonytheTiger In reply to You didn't think this thr ...

The ironic thing is, most of those pollution producing big busnesses are owned by.... Democrats!

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Max, is it the Democrats?

by Surflover In reply to I Hate Democrats

Or our political system as a whole?... I'm not in favor of the government meddling in any of the aspects of my life either... and I think puppybreath may have hit some of the problem on the head...

Read "The Fair Tax" that Niel Boortz put out a while ago... it's basically a consumption tax that would eliminate income tax and shift tax collection to a national sales tax... The basic premise is that those who spend, pay the taxes (so theoretically, the rich pay a larger share than the poor, and it is proportional)...

I heard an economist interviewed about it (a republican), and he said it would dump so many unskilled workers into the economy (ex IRS employees, tax accountants, tax lawyers, and other government employees), that it would create a depression worse than the 1930's... So he felt that it could not be adopted...

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