Money for Independent


Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
17 Jun 2014, 11:52 am

Post 17 Jun 2014, 11:52 am
Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
When I, a conservative, see a person struggling and down and out. My heart bleeds. My heart thinks about all the bad things that they must have faced to put them in that situation. How was their upbringing, where were their role models? They did not have things as lucky as I did when I came into this world.


I want to tell them they are special, that they are worthy, that they can do great things! I want to show them an example. I want to support them if they decide to take some steps forward. I want to show them discipline, show them perserverence, show them responsibility, show them the value of doing the right thing.

I want so much for this special creation of God to fulfill their greatest purpose. I look at them as my equal.


When a lib sees the same person, they see a victim. And they blame people like me for putting them there. They feel good if they can just give them crumbs to keep them surviving (better if they are my crumbs). They feel justified in forceing me to subsidize the existence of the victim that's in front of them because they can't better themselves.

They look at themselves as superior to both me (because they "care" more) and the victim (because, well they are clearly superior to the victim)

These are the differences I see. Tell me where I am wrong?
2

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
17 Jun 2014, 3:26 pm

Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
Annoyed Liberall » 17 Jun 2014 3:13 pm wrote:
The admin didn't screw anything up.

True, very true.

They meant to lie and they meant to cover up and they meant to stonewall the investigation. What did they screw up? Nothing.
0

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
29 Jun 2014, 7:36 am

Post 29 Jun 2014, 7:36 am
Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
http://www.people-press.org/files/2014/ ... elease.pdf

Pew poll: page 81

51% Don't think of themselves as American
60% are not proud to be American


Get the fuck out then!!!!!!
-1

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
30 Jun 2014, 5:20 am

Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
Reasonable » 30 Jun 2014 1:14 am wrote:

No truer words were ever spoken ! :clap:


The creation of a boogie man and scapegoat for all your problems is a very juvenile approach to life. Grow up and pull up your panties.
1

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
01 Jul 2014, 12:07 pm

Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
danobivins » 01 Jul 2014 12:04 pm wrote:
The right can't debate the facts.


What facts.

Hobby Lobby simply argued a valid legal case for not being forced to pay for morning after pills out of conscience.

No impact on contraceptives, which by definition, are those which prevent fertilization of the egg. Not kill it after fertilization.

If this is desired, there are other supplemental coverage choices that can be selected.

No one is denied anything.


You should try TRUTH for once in your life you sick fuck.
1

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
01 Jul 2014, 10:27 am

Post 01 Jul 2014, 10:27 am
Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
How many people know that the modern global warming movement was elevated and bolstered by Margaret Thatcher as a way to limit power of the UK coal miners union?

Communists and anti union activists, as well as the anti-American UN are the true pushers of the agenda.
1

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
07 Jul 2014, 6:49 am

Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
Bottom line:

The OP point is that if you were born free in America. Like every black alive today. Make the best of your opportunity as well as have pride in your heritage and their brutal sacrifice.
3

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
12 Jul 2014, 6:42 am

Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
Glenn Beck has always been a good man. A really really good man. Until he was demonized mercilessly for criticizing a truly evil man.
-1

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
19 Jul 2014, 11:32 am

Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
Cannonpointer » 19 Jul 2014 10:18 am wrote:

You conjobs and your utter lack of appreciation for irony.

This clown's OP is a link - and his first post accuses someone else of being lazy.

Seriously, sometimes it's like fucking comedy writers drew these bozos as a PARODY of stupid.



Awwww, what's the matter little baby.

You upset that you got utterly busted posting a response that made absolutely no sense because you didn't click on the link?

I'm cannon, I post uselessness day and night...yada yada yada
-1

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
31 Jul 2014, 7:20 am

Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
onlyaladd » 31 Jul 2014 1:27 am wrote:
I'm going to go ahead and say you got something going on that you need to deal with. If you feel locked in someone else's "projected" psychosis, look in the mirror first.


Your ignorance sometimes amuses me, sometimes annoys me.


Go research Nazi Germany or modern day North Korea if you need explanation as to why a populace must suffer the psychosis of their leader. Such leaders should be overthrown.
1

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
01 Aug 2014, 5:20 pm

Post 01 Aug 2014, 5:20 pm
Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
No leadership.

If the duly elected House of Representatives passes a bill. It is up to him to encourage his party in the Senate to pass an acceptable bill.
Then work in committee to find an acceptable bill to sign.

It's not a leader to declare a bill to be "going nowhere". WTF!!!

I think everyone was pretty psyched after 2010. Obama said he wanted to work with Republicans in 2008 (he lied of course) so we give him a chance. We said we don't like what you are doing. So work with the house.

Bill Clinton, when confronted with the same message from the people, worked with Congress and did a LOT of great things including balanced budget, welfare reform, etc.

This president is just a stubborn child who takes his ball and goes home EVERY time.

Tell me where I am wrong.

The HOUSE is duly elected, people. Obama is NOT the fuhrer!
0

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
15 Aug 2014, 4:56 pm

Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
onlyaladd » 30 Jan 2014 4:10 pm wrote:
I don't necessarily care if at one point the times got ot wrong. The correct version which you posted has the numbers which supports what the OP said from the begining and which you insulted me when I explained that.
Now you can read the thread and see what I am saying is true and be a man and admit it. Or continue to dodge.


Sorry onlyaladd. I thought you were being purposefully obstinate so I gave you a few negatives. Then I realized you were right and I made the same mistake you did and gave you pluses back. Golfboys the one being obstinate. And I'm always on his side but truth is truth.

Come on Golfboy, you effed up. Admit it.
1

Independent's Photo
Posted by Independent
15 Aug 2014, 5:09 pm

Post 15 Aug 2014, 5:09 pm
Independent       
      

Posts: 5638
golfboy » 30 Jan 2014 4:59 pm wrote:
Poor Septic, thinks that he's proving something other than his own ignorance.

Still waiting for you to acknowledge the LA Times admitted the numbers changed.
"A previous version of this post said the 85 richest people owned nearly half of global wealth and the same amount as the bottom half of the population."


Dude. I'm getting a little frustrated how you are making cons look.

They are saying they are wrong because of the "AND"

It is WRONG that they own half of the global wealth, but RIGHT that they own as much as half of the population.

Reasonable and onlyaladd never claimed the former! Admit it, move on.

PS- can we change the title to Golfboy math exposed? Thanks.
1