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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 10:11:15 PM »

Yup, legal Americans take government benefits, too.

...and most PAY IN, you insipd cunt

Do they?  50% of Americans don't pay income tax.

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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 10:07:44 PM »
asshole.....until mexico lets me buy oceanfront or run for mayor in their country.....
suck my big-red-american cock

Convincing.

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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 10:01:50 PM »
You consent to live under the rules of the US government.

Therefore hey, you're bound to them, especially if you still claim citizenship in the USA.

I do not consent.  That's the point.

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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 09:41:48 PM »
funny you don't have an issue w/ hiring illegals, (STOP already w/ the ''undocumented'' bullshit....just like if someone broke into your house, you wouldn't call them an ''uninvited houseguest''),
when illegals are one of the main reasons cali. is going bankrupt.
social services, medical care & schooling for people NOT paying into the system...
my, my, what a paradox

Someone broke into who's house?  The US government does not own a house, individuals do.  Individuals should have the freedom to hire and work as they choose.

Nope, legally the US government owns everything in it, and can seize it at will.

Therefore the illegal immigrants are breaking into the country.

They own my house and land?

Hey, what do you think happens if you choose not to pay your property taxes?

The same thing that happens if Tony Soprano doesn't get his protection money.  Thugs with guns take your property away.

Nope, it was never yours, you just had the government's guarantee that they'll try not to let other people take it, unless you don't pay your property taxes or they choose to take it back using eminent domain.

link?

You're telling me the government doesn't have the power to seize property if you don't pay your taxes, or that they don't have the power of eminent domain?

No, I never said that.  Clearly, thugs with more guns than you can take your property.  We're in agreement.

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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 09:24:59 PM »
funny you don't have an issue w/ hiring illegals, (STOP already w/ the ''undocumented'' bullshit....just like if someone broke into your house, you wouldn't call them an ''uninvited houseguest''),
when illegals are one of the main reasons cali. is going bankrupt.
social services, medical care & schooling for people NOT paying into the system...
my, my, what a paradox

Someone broke into who's house?  The US government does not own a house, individuals do.  Individuals should have the freedom to hire and work as they choose.

Nope, legally the US government owns everything in it, and can seize it at will.

Therefore the illegal immigrants are breaking into the country.

They own my house and land?

Hey, what do you think happens if you choose not to pay your property taxes?

The same thing that happens if Tony Soprano doesn't get his protection money.  Thugs with guns take your property away.

Nope, it was never yours, you just had the government's guarantee that they'll try not to let other people take it, unless you don't pay your property taxes or they choose to take it back using eminent domain.

link?

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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 09:18:01 PM »
funny you don't have an issue w/ hiring illegals, (STOP already w/ the ''undocumented'' bullshit....just like if someone broke into your house, you wouldn't call them an ''uninvited houseguest''),
when illegals are one of the main reasons cali. is going bankrupt.
social services, medical care & schooling for people NOT paying into the system...
my, my, what a paradox

Someone broke into who's house?  The US government does not own a house, individuals do.  Individuals should have the freedom to hire and work as they choose.

Nope, legally the US government owns everything in it, and can seize it at will.

Therefore the illegal immigrants are breaking into the country.

They own my house and land?

Hey, what do you think happens if you choose not to pay your property taxes?

The same thing that happens if Tony Soprano doesn't get his protection money.  Thugs with guns take your property away.

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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 09:06:50 PM »
funny you don't have an issue w/ hiring illegals, (STOP already w/ the ''undocumented'' bullshit....just like if someone broke into your house, you wouldn't call them an ''uninvited houseguest''),
when illegals are one of the main reasons cali. is going bankrupt.
social services, medical care & schooling for people NOT paying into the system...
my, my, what a paradox

Someone broke into who's house?  The US government does not own a house, individuals do.  Individuals should have the freedom to hire and work as they choose.

Nope, legally the US government owns everything in it, and can seize it at will.

Therefore the illegal immigrants are breaking into the country.

They own my house and land?

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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 06:19:43 PM »
social services, medical care & schooling for people NOT paying into the system...

That's a problem with the "system" and the fact that all those are paid collectively... It's not a problem with "illegals"

Yup, legal Americans take government benefits, too.

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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 05:41:59 PM »
funny you don't have an issue w/ hiring illegals, (STOP already w/ the ''undocumented'' bullshit....just like if someone broke into your house, you wouldn't call them an ''uninvited houseguest''),
when illegals are one of the main reasons cali. is going bankrupt.
social services, medical care & schooling for people NOT paying into the system...
my, my, what a paradox

Someone broke into who's house?  The US government does not own a house, individuals do.  Individuals should have the freedom to hire and work as they choose.

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General / Re: Socialism destroying California
« on: March 19, 2010, 05:41:23 PM »
You shouldn't accept money that you know is stolen, nor do business with the crooks who stole it, anyway.

If you've been robbed as well, accepting money from the thief is just fine, morally speaking; just don't take more than has been taken from you. Although as a matter of prudence one should avoid doing business with crooks, as you say.

How would one go about knowing that mount?

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General / Re: 10,000 pledge "liberty migration" to New Hampshire
« on: March 19, 2010, 04:06:25 PM »
I don't make deals with the devil.
Is them gubmint sidewalks you walkin' on, boy?

Well yeah, because there's a monopoly on sidewalks.

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General / Re: 10,000 pledge "liberty migration" to New Hampshire
« on: March 19, 2010, 01:44:11 PM »
I have often wondered if the whole point of the FSP is so a few libertarian types could get "state rep" or some other elected title onto their resume.

Eh, I wouldn't count on political change.  For me, it'd be more about meeting freedom loving peoples, which is valuable in and of itself.

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General / Re: Public domain liberty and freedom based books
« on: March 19, 2010, 01:43:05 PM »
Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt

http://jim.com/econ/

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STOP IMPOSING FINANCIAL LAWS, IT IS NOT A FREE-MARKET APPROACH.

Bernanke makes statement about loosening laws...

WARGLEBARGLE!!

I'd like to see how long a no reserve banking system would last without the FDIC. It is my hope we will get to see how long it will last with it. Droping the requirements now will not do much today as I believe most banks are currently way above the 10%. But this does have distaster written all over it down the road. I'm sure there is a way to make a tremendous amount of money off this new approach up until judgement day.

I think its your basic two-handed approach.  Like when your kid crashes the car drunk.  You don't beat the shit out of him at the police station.  The next day, you don't say much at all.  You get the car fixed.  It comes back from the shop. 

Then when you're handing him the keys back, on a warm Friday evening in early April, you whisper in his ear...  "If you put one scratch on this car drunk again, I'm gonna beat the fuck out of you naked in the holding cell at the police station, and leave you there to rot."

The gov caught a lot of shit bailing out the banks.  "Too big to fail" is now, officially, a dirty word.  He's turning them loose to operate with flexible rules, which they need to operate - as we can all agree.  But they're watching them closely, and still own sizable portions of the banking industry.  If they fuck up again, and start playing fast and loose, the next go-round will not be pretty.  People will go to jail.  Everybody now knows banks can be seized, and it would probably be popular among the population as individual companies are smashed flat for transgressions, as a warning to others who are beginning to relax and tend to forget (as people do) in the coming years. 



They're fucking up now.

Your opinion is not the standard by which they measure success. 

Their solution to the problem is more of the problem. 

Is there no end to your statements of the obvious? 

What?

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STOP IMPOSING FINANCIAL LAWS, IT IS NOT A FREE-MARKET APPROACH.

Bernanke makes statement about loosening laws...

WARGLEBARGLE!!

I'd like to see how long a no reserve banking system would last without the FDIC. It is my hope we will get to see how long it will last with it. Droping the requirements now will not do much today as I believe most banks are currently way above the 10%. But this does have distaster written all over it down the road. I'm sure there is a way to make a tremendous amount of money off this new approach up until judgement day.

I think its your basic two-handed approach.  Like when your kid crashes the car drunk.  You don't beat the shit out of him at the police station.  The next day, you don't say much at all.  You get the car fixed.  It comes back from the shop. 

Then when you're handing him the keys back, on a warm Friday evening in early April, you whisper in his ear...  "If you put one scratch on this car drunk again, I'm gonna beat the fuck out of you naked in the holding cell at the police station, and leave you there to rot."

The gov caught a lot of shit bailing out the banks.  "Too big to fail" is now, officially, a dirty word.  He's turning them loose to operate with flexible rules, which they need to operate - as we can all agree.  But they're watching them closely, and still own sizable portions of the banking industry.  If they fuck up again, and start playing fast and loose, the next go-round will not be pretty.  People will go to jail.  Everybody now knows banks can be seized, and it would probably be popular among the population as individual companies are smashed flat for transgressions, as a warning to others who are beginning to relax and tend to forget (as people do) in the coming years. 



They're fucking up now.

Your opinion is not the standard by which they measure success. 

Their solution to the problem is more of the problem. 

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