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3 weeks ago  ::  Jun 30, 2017 - 7:50PM #741
MajorYankFan
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Jun 30, 2017 -- 3:36PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jun 30, 2017 -- 11:27AM, MajorYankFan wrote:


Jun 29, 2017 -- 5:07PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jun 29, 2017 -- 4:00PM, MajorYankFan wrote:


Jun 29, 2017 -- 2:15PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Jun 29, 2017 -- 11:38AM, MajorYankFan wrote:


Jun 29, 2017 -- 11:16AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Jun 29, 2017 -- 11:12AM, MajorYankFan wrote:


Ann Coulter: Hannity Would Endorse 'The Communist Manifesto' If Trump Supported It



This is making Comrade Art Marx proud.




I'm very proud of Coulter and Hannity...  they should breed and start a race of super humans...




Future of the human race if these Ayn Rand atheists


and right-wing socialists had their way.


Image result for early human species




Statism is not progress.  Considering the enlightnement that the formation of the United States had on the world I would say that progressivism is quite regressive.




I feel that I just entered Alice-in-Conland world.  So progressivism


is regressivism and regressivism is progressivism.  And statism is


not statism if a few plutocratic socialists have substantial centralized


control over social and economic affairs, which benefit the few at


the expense of the many and discriminating practices are the norm.




The key is decentralization.  I abhor monopoly but monopolies can only thrive under government protection.  You mistrust entrepreneurs and executives as you should.  People are greedy, people are bigotted but the marketplace isn't. The marketplace doesn't see race, gender, or age; it only sees green.


The most insidious of monopolies is the government.  It is essentially a large corporation that is out of it's element when it diversifies beyond the role of protecting the peace and mitigating disputes.  The President is the CEO, the Treasury Secretary is the CFO, Congress is the board of directors, Supreme Court is legal, and of course all the citizens are the share holders.


There is no reason to believe the attorneys, professors, entertainers, and entrepreneurs that make up our politicians and bureaucrats are more ethical or moral than private citizens.  The opposite is true; they crave power, prestige, money, and legacy.


competition keeps everyone honest.  The cream doesn't always rise but if something is truly detrimental to society in some way someone else will come along and steal their market share.  There is profit to be made from the mistakes, inefficiencies, bloated excesses, and failures of the established.


The government doesn't respect that, they understand it but with rare exception they don't respect it because it stands in the way of their ambitions 




Translation: The many should suffer so a few can prosper.


No Thanks.  It is the stated goal of the constitution is to


promote the general welfare, not the corporate welfare state.


The irony is that those who want government that governs least


are those to are the most reliant on government.  A big,


huge government for the plutocrats, and a small government


that can be drowned in a bathtub for the masses.




You need to work on your comprehension skills.


Let me simplify:


"A government big enough to give you everything you want, is a government big enough to take away everything that you have."


I don't support cronyism.  Established companies loved to have onerous regulatory compliance thwart their start up competition.




There is a difference between operative and formal policy.


I understand what you are writing, but operative policy is


what I am responding to. Whether you understand it or not,


the net result of which you write is the redistribution of wealth


from the poor and the middle class to the rich. Furthermore,


one's constitutional rights are governmentally empowered,


with small government comes small constitutionally protected


rights.  With that vacuum of power stripped from the people,


the rich and powerful become more so.


3 weeks ago  ::  Jul 02, 2017 - 3:20PM #742
ArtVandelay
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3 weeks ago  ::  Jul 03, 2017 - 1:23PM #743
Lulu
Posts: 1,271
Just was reading Fred Trump's Wikipedia. Apple does not fall far the tree. Like Father, like Son . His Father was associated with the KKK. Donnie wants to ban one religious group
He wants to send us back to WW2 days and the Japanese enturnment camps
Did you people know his Father had Alzheimer's ? There is a family history of the disease and it is hereditary.
Donnie is showing signs of his Father's disease. His violent moods swings and irrational  tweets are a symptom.
Don't think that Alzheimer's is not heritable? Tell that to the Steinbrenner kids. Both their grand father and their Father George had it.
Chances are very great that any of Hal, Hank, Jessica or Jennifer could get it.
So, why would it be inconceivable that Trump could go down the path his Father did.
Ronald Reagan Jr. recently wrote a book, claiming he thought his Father had it while President, long before it came out that he did have the disease

He needs a through physical . And done at the Naval Hospital in Washington.
3 weeks ago  ::  Jul 04, 2017 - 7:12AM #744
NW
Posts: 11,613

Jul 3, 2017 -- 1:23PM, Lulu wrote:

Just was reading Fred Trump's Wikipedia. Apple does not fall far the tree. Like Father, like Son . His Father was associated with the KKK. Donnie wants to ban one religious group He wants to send us back to WW2 days and the Japanese enturnment camps Did you people know his Father had Alzheimer's ? There is a family history of the disease and it is hereditary. Donnie is showing signs of his Father's disease. His violent moods swings and irrational tweets are a symptom. Don't think that Alzheimer's is not heritable? Tell that to the Steinbrenner kids. Both their grand father and their Father George had it. Chances are very great that any of Hal, Hank, Jessica or Jennifer could get it. So, why would it be inconceivable that Trump could go down the path his Father did. Ronald Reagan Jr. recently wrote a book, claiming he thought his Father had it while President, long before it came out that he did have the disease He needs a through physical . And done at the Naval Hospital in Washington.



Before you start lecturing us about medical conditions about which you clearly know nothing, you should try learning how to spell and construct a sentence.

3 weeks ago  ::  Jul 04, 2017 - 10:07AM #745
Lulu
Posts: 1,271
What is the matter NW ? You can't handle the truth ? Look it up. The disease can run in families.
So, instead you try to tear apart my comments by appointing yourself the grammar and punctuation police ?
3 weeks ago  ::  Jul 04, 2017 - 1:47PM #746
NW
Posts: 11,613

Jul 4, 2017 -- 10:07AM, Lulu wrote:

What is the matter NW ? You can't handle the truth ? Look it up. The disease can run in families. So, instead you try to tear apart my comments by appointing yourself the grammar and punctuation police ?



I was referring to your assumption that Donald Trump's behavior may be attributable to to Alzheimer's.  On that point, you are dead wrong.

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