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Zeets2 » 28 Jun 2020, 11:54 am » wrote:
28 Jun 2020, 11:54 am
Or, you can just go **** yourself instead!  Only in the mind of the most intellectually feeble (or Democrat presidential candidate) can someone be so ignorant as to believe that the creation of money and it's issuance has no relevance to the economic system, you moron!
   

...on the contrary...the creation and issuance of money IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ECONOMIC CONSIDERATION...

...unfortunately you are ignorant about the creation and issuance of money...as are all the rest of your fellow republican-radio-level azzholes... word...   
 

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peepee » 28 Jun 2020, 2:15 pm » wrote:
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...on the contrary...the creation and issuance of money IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ECONOMIC CONSIDERATION...

...unfortunately you are ignorant about the creation and issuance of money...as are all the rest of your fellow republican-radio-level azzholes... word... 
Hey, YOU'RE the ignoramus who claimed they were not related right here, you moron!
...i'm talking about the system of monetary issuance/creation, private dildo... not the 'economic system',
So go debate your vast knowledge about the "creation of money" with some of your fellow dead-broke Democrats who all think they know so much but don't have a pot to piss in between them!
 

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Zeets2 » 28 Jun 2020, 2:23 pm » wrote:
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Hey, YOU'RE the ignoramus who claimed they were not related right here, you moron!

So go debate your vast knowledge about the "creation of money" with some of your fellow dead-broke Democrats who all think they know so much but don't have a pot to piss in between them!
...in reality, you f@cking republican azzhole, the differences between the stinking democrats and your stinking republicans are so trivial only an azzhole such as yourself would quibble...    
 

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peepee » 28 Jun 2020, 2:26 pm » wrote:
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...in reality, you f@cking republican azzhole, the differences between the stinking democrats and your stinking republicans are so trivial only an azzhole such as yourself would quibble...  

Zeets beat you to death on every point. Give it up liberal

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righteous » 28 Jun 2020, 2:34 pm » wrote:
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Zeets beat you to death on every point. Give it up liberal

...zeets, like you, doesn't understand 'who creates our money and how do they do it?' ...yet zeets, like you, feels the need to comment  on some zillion dollar economy when you azzholes don't understand the origin and nature of even one dollar... azzholes...    

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Phelix_Dacat » 27 Jun 2020, 1:47 am » wrote:
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An interesting argument but it leads me to an inevitable question.

If a person who has been infected with Covid-19 and survived is so desirable as an employee that it will soon be the one thing that will tip the scales between otherwise equal candidates, why is the military classifying all such people as permanently disqualified from joining the military?

I wonder what they know that we do not know, yet.

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your ... -military/

Catch up your news. 
 https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your ... -military/

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peepee » 28 Jun 2020, 2:38 pm » wrote:
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...zeets, like you, doesn't understand 'who creates our money and how do they do it?' ...yet zeets, like you, feels the need to comment  on some zillion dollar economy when you azzholes don't understand the origin and nature of even one dollar... azzholes... 

Not wasting my finger energy on you. I have already. 

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Crazytrain » 27 Jun 2020, 1:35 am » wrote:
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It's like this. Employee x costs ten dollars an hour.
Employee y cost twenty bucks an hour.

Same qualifications.

Which one are you going to hire.

Labor is the most costly part of production

And given the choice.

The employer is going to hire the cheaper employee Everytime.
Exactly why unions are so important to having a viable middle-class.

The poorest & consequently least educated states of Moscow Mitch & Marsha Blackburn, with their Right-To-Work-For-Less laws, are the very proof.
 
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righteous » 28 Jun 2020, 2:40 pm » wrote:
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Phelix_Dacat » 27 Jun 2020, 1:47 am » wrote:
27 Jun 2020, 1:47 am
An interesting argument but it leads me to an inevitable question.

If a person who has been infected with Covid-19 and survived is so desirable as an employee that it will soon be the one thing that will tip the scales between otherwise equal candidates, why is the military classifying all such people as permanently disqualified from joining the military?

I wonder what they know that we do not know, yet.

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your ... -military/

Catch up your news. 
 https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your ... -military/

 
Thanks for the link and the heads up. I appreciate it. Quoting the article
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Military Entrance Processing Command will now accept recruits who have previously tested positive for coronavirus as long as they haven’t been hospitalized, the official confirmed, a clarifying update of what is still interim guidance.

The official, who was not authorized to speak on record about the policy, did not provide any specific definition of hospitalization, which could include layers of severity from an emergency room visit, to supportive care like oxygen and fluids, to intubation for a ventilator to facilitate breathing.

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With so little research available on the long-term implications of a COVID-19 infection, MEPCOM is erring on the side of caution. Preliminary studies have found significant lung damage in COVID-19 patients, which could affect fitness for combat in a service member. There are also questions as to whether the antibodies provide any protection against re-infection, or if one bout with coronavirus could make a person more susceptible to another.

<snip>
That's much better than the blanket ban on any Covid-19 survivor. Erring on the side of caution. OK.

Thanks once again, righteous.

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promoderate » 27 Jun 2020, 1:36 am » wrote:
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and if you give the employee a chance to have a larger salary they will take it too. It’s all about the money buddy. The balance of a free market.
That's where labor unions come in.  There is no free market without collective representation of labor.  So called "Free Enterprise" has managed to suppress half the competition;  Making of a mockery of its own name.
 
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bludog » 28 Jun 2020, 4:32 pm » wrote:
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That's where labor unions come in.  There is no free market without collective representation of labor.  So called "Free Enterprise" has managed to suppress half the competition;  Making of a mockery of its own name.
Unions are corrupt 

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peepee » 28 Jun 2020, 2:26 pm » wrote:
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...in reality, you f@cking republican azzhole, the differences between the stinking democrats and your stinking republicans are so trivial only an azzhole such as yourself would quibble...  
what is reality compared to a populaiton being eternally timed apart now consisting of numbers alive are separated by ancestral positions as arrived so far being added from now on never the same lifetime twice with the entire species performing aritificially following statistically averaged speculation life offers more than just ancestors changing people from now on.

Controlling how and why life doesn't exceed now promising better tomorrows each rotation of the planet nothing stays the same again within being timed aprt from now on.

binary code of occupying space or not as never before and never again.
when your reality won't explain real completely, you joined a socially corrupt intellectual mind that won't tolerate you using your own brain.

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bludog » 28 Jun 2020, 4:32 pm » wrote:
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promoderate » 27 Jun 2020, 1:36 am » wrote:
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and if you give the employee a chance to have a larger salary they will take it too. It’s all about the money buddy. The balance of a free market.
That's where labor unions come in.  There is no free market without collective representation of labor.  So called "Free Enterprise" has managed to suppress half the competition;  Making of a mockery of its own name.
 

 

And labor unions are most effective when their members are organized freely and voluntarily, free of (unnecessary) government regulation and oversight, the likes of which has prevented unions from making positive progress, and instead serving the needs of the government and of giant corporations

https://listverse.com/2017/09/14/10-tra ... g-workers/

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promoderate » 28 Jun 2020, 5:14 pm » wrote:
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And labor unions are most effective when their members are organized freely and voluntarily, free of (unnecessary) government regulation and oversight, the likes of which has prevented unions from making positive progress, and instead serving the needs of the government and of giant corporations

https://listverse.com/2017/09/14/10-tra ... g-workers/
But the necessarily comes from what rank among equally occupying lifetimes present? Those leading contextual colonialism not training lifetimes to deal honestly with being eternally timed apart now.
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peepee » 28 Jun 2020, 2:26 pm » wrote:
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...in reality, you f@cking republican azzhole, the differences between the stinking democrats and your stinking republicans are so trivial only an azzhole such as yourself would quibble...  
Well, if that's what you believe, then I can only assume you lead such a meager existence that you haven't received the benefit of the huge tax cuts that Trump gave us, certainly when compared to the huge tax HIKES that Hillary would have handed us, and quite possibly you're one of the many who had to move from welfare to an actual job under his Welfare reform.  Maybe the drop in gas prices under Trump don't affect you because your bicycle or moped consumes little or no gas compared to a car, so even if Hillary's "green energy" programs would have continued the attacks on coal and fossil fuels and maybe you no longer qualify for the SNAP food stamps that you did under Obama, who had the highest number of people in history dependent on them.  And the historic drop in unemployment rates certainly wouldn't matter to someone who doesn't want to work anyway, right?  Sorry, but I've got no other explanation for the reason you can't see any difference between the policies of liberal Democrats compared to what you're "suffering through" under Trump.  Maybe it's nothing more than the fact that you enjoyed seeing thousands of innocents and children beheaded by an ISIS under Obama that no longer exists thanks to Trump, or maybe you thought it was a fabulous idea for Obama to send over $150 BILLION in pallets of cash to Iran, the world's largest exporter of terrorism, or you liked seeing No. Korea experiment with ICBMs and nuclear testing, Or maybe you thought it was a great idea to open our border with Mexico to anyone, including drug lords, child abusers, human trafficers, and predatory human coyotes, while providing high-powered guns to those Mexican drug gangs? 
I guess all these changes are "trivial" to you, huh?

I don't pretend to be capable of reading the minds of imbeciles, so please offer us your vast insight as to how it is that you see only trivial differences between Trump Republicans and Obama/Hillary Democrats.  
 

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Zeets2 » 28 Jun 2020, 6:02 pm » wrote:
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Well, if that's what you believe, then I can only assume you lead such a meager existence that you haven't received the benefit of the huge tax cuts that Trump gave us, certainly when compared to the huge tax HIKES that Hillary would have handed us, and quite possibly you're one of the many who had to move from welfare to an actual job under his Welfare reform.  Maybe the drop in gas prices under Trump don't affect you because your bicycle or moped consumes little or no gas compared to a car, so even if Hillary's "green energy" programs would have continued the attacks on coal and fossil fuels and maybe you no longer qualify for the SNAP food stamps that you did under Obama, who had the highest number of people in history dependent on them.  And the historic drop in unemployment rates certainly wouldn't matter to someone who doesn't want to work anyway, right?  Sorry, but I've got no other explanation for the reason you can't see any difference between the policies of liberal Democrats compared to what you're "suffering through" under Trump.  Maybe it's nothing more than the fact that you enjoyed seeing thousands of innocents and children beheaded by an ISIS under Obama that no longer exists thanks to Trump, or maybe you thought it was a fabulous idea for Obama to send over $150 BILLION in pallets of cash to Iran, the world's largest exporter of terrorism, or you liked seeing No. Korea experiment with ICBMs and nuclear testing, Or maybe you thought it was a great idea to open our border with Mexico to anyone, including drug lords, child abusers, human trafficers, and predatory human coyotes, while providing high-powered guns to those Mexican drug gangs? 
I guess all these changes are "trivial" to you, huh?

I don't pretend to be capable of reading the minds of imbeciles, so please offer us your vast insight as to how it is that you see only trivial differences between Trump Republicans and Obama/Hillary Democrats.
great speech/essay except peepee is against the two party system's two leading parties. She is against people comprehending nature's two party system regardless 16 great great grandparents, 8 great grandparents, 4 grandparents, 2 parents combined their reproductive cells previous 4 generations where last genetion is the combined DNA of those fertilized cells. Next generations are only created when last arriving become 1 of 2 parents. Life is two step back for each replacement a generation forward now as only timed apart here.

that person(peepee) regardless male or female doesn't want the general population understanding how life exists as exactly positioned proportionate to population timed apart from now on.

Intellectual isolation between last to be conceived and last conceived is how psychological class warfare is designed to sustain confusion ancestrally as historically achieved to current events keeping lifetimes never willing to be honest about life's kinetic displacements being exactly total sum behavior within populaiton occupying space now.

Everythign is relative to rotation of the planet, reflected sunlight to geometrical position of the moon as both revolve around the star of this insulated solar system equally timed apart as all others in this galaxy as all other galaxies working inorganically as ancestries work in this atmosphere.
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Phoenix68.2.0 » 27 Jun 2020, 1:12 pm » wrote:
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SJConspirator » 27 Jun 2020, 1:12 am » wrote:
27 Jun 2020, 1:12 am
Ever since NAFTA, we have been basically a service economy that outsourced the production of goods to Mexico.

......As-WELL-as a little-farther South.....where our tax-dollars were spent "controlling" labor-issues.

https://www.history.com/this-day-in-his ... unist-plot
   
 

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righteous » 28 Jun 2020, 2:44 pm » wrote:
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Not wasting my finger energy on you. I have already.

...maybe for once you could use some brain energy instead, you republican-radio-level monetary ignoramus...   

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Zeets2 » 28 Jun 2020, 6:02 pm » wrote:
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I don't pretend to be capable of reading the minds of imbeciles, so please offer us your vast insight as to how it is that you see only trivial differences between Trump Republicans and Obama/Hillary Democrats.
...compare the size of the budget$ they both propose...only a math-challenged @sshole could quibble about any puny 'differences'.... @sshole...   
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