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  1. 25 Aug '13 14:19 / 1 edit
    Thank God it is not an election year. But they will be back next year.

    You know, the DNC supporters who insist that the GOP is for the "rich" guy, while implying that the DNC are poor folk without corporate backing.

    Then there will be the GOP supporters who will say that their candidate supports limited government, even though they have no record of supporting limited government in any way and their proposals would only increase the size and scope of government.

    Is there an effective way to shatter these myths?
  2. 25 Aug '13 15:03
    Originally posted by whodey
    Thank God it is not an election year. But they will be back next year.

    You know, the DNC supporters who insist that the GOP is for the "rich" guy, while implying that the DNC are poor folk without corporate backing.

    Then there will be the GOP supporters who will say that their candidate supports limited government, even though they have no record of ...[text shortened]... ncrease the size and scope of government.

    Is there an effective way to shatter these myths?
    yes the only way to win is not to play

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHWjlCaIrQo
  3. 25 Aug '13 16:07
    Originally posted by whodey
    Thank God it is not an election year. But they will be back next year.

    You know, the DNC supporters who insist that the GOP is for the "rich" guy, while implying that the DNC are poor folk without corporate backing.

    Then there will be the GOP supporters who will say that their candidate supports limited government, even though they have no record of ...[text shortened]... ncrease the size and scope of government.

    Is there an effective way to shatter these myths?
    It's the one bipartisan thing about DC.

    This Town: Two Parties and a Funeral-Plus, Plenty of Valet Parking!-in America's Gilded Capital
    by Mark Leibovich

    Mark Leibovich on Glitz and Greed in Washington

    http://billmoyers.com/segment/mark-leibovich-on-glitz-and-greed-in-washington/
  4. 25 Aug '13 16:09
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    yes the only way to win is not to play

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHWjlCaIrQo
    That doesn't win, it only loses more slowly. Of course this is primarily true for US citizens/taxpayers.
  5. Standard member apathist
    looking for loot
    25 Aug '13 23:00
    A good way to excape zombies is to leap across a gap. Zombies aren't very good jumpers.
  6. 26 Aug '13 03:16
    Originally posted by apathist
    A good way to excape zombies is to leap across a gap. Zombies aren't very good jumpers.
    But they are everywhere. That means when you jump across a gap, there are some on the other side.
  7. 26 Aug '13 03:17
    Originally posted by JS357
    That doesn't win, it only loses more slowly. Of course this is primarily true for US citizens/taxpayers.
    That is the only think I hear from half way intelligent people. They say, sure the party I support is destroying the nation, but they are not doing it as fast. LOL.
  8. 26 Aug '13 05:42
    Originally posted by whodey
    That is the only think I hear from half way intelligent people. They say, sure the party I support is destroying the nation, but they are not doing it as fast. LOL.
    I you had followed Zimbabwe news you would know that destroying a nation can be done much faster and more effectively.
  9. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    Poor Filipov :,(
    26 Aug '13 06:01
    FACT Zombies never died, they are degenerated living people enslaved by people called Bokor. This tradition is related to voodoo. The patron god of Zombies is named Baron Saturday.
  10. 26 Aug '13 06:13 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by whodey
    That is the only think I hear from half way intelligent people. They say, sure the party I support is destroying the nation, but they are not doing it as fast. LOL.
    Nobody wants to touch my reference to Bill Moyers, which is the most intelligent pertinent reply you have had. I wonder why. In this instance, he's neither right nor left. Is that the problem? Can't we find fault with the overall system? If we can't, we are just falling into their trap.