“The fine upstanding individual who called me a nazi a few posts back is all hurt over ad hominem attacks? Too bad! What I have, and you apparently don't have is reading comprehension. If you had it you old know what "built from scratch" means. I notice that when you replied and attempted to define my economic theory (which you failed badly at), you did not even attempt to refute my assessment of yours A smarter person than you would see that "let's trade" is by far the preferable way to make it as opposed to "gimme". Admittedly you have not exhibited that you have much to offer, so I can see why you might think your way is easier.....but it really isn't.”
“A clear example of the subtle and not so subtle discrimination faced every day by atheists.”
thinkingwomanmillstone on May 22, 2013 at 07:25:39
“Also a clear example of a so called journalist answering the question instead of asking one....a stupid question at that. The news media that swarmed the area kept trying to push emotional responses from people and get them to break down. "How do you feel" has become the go-to question instead of what happened.”
“How much money have you spent on elephant conservation? Your did answer that. You think the things you value should be free for the asking. Bottom line it takes money to protect elephants. Your whining does nothing but allow you to trade your ignorance for a false sense of moral superiority. When deep down you know I care more about this than you do.”
“How amusing! The snot-nosed twerp who by his own admission suffers from a lack of money thinks he knows more about the proper way to get it than the guy who built a business from scratch! Sorry Scooter, "gimme! " isn't a valid economic theory!”
lakabux on May 20, 2013 at 11:24:44
“Nor is "I got mine, f@#k you!" And as far as money goes, keep feeding your masters, they haven't got it all yet! LOL!!”
“This is not a pressing issue. Since the current admin is so transparent, and headed by a nice guy who said he'd never use all of the power he has, this can wait until a Republican is in office. Of course it won't get done then either. We'd need someone who can read and understand the Constitution without automatically thinking how to twist it to achieve their own ends.”
“If that guy fixing the interstate is making 60K a year and has his job through a government program it's safe to say that it will cost over 200K in tax money to create the job. Then the worker would pay back perhaps 18K in illusory taxes, sice it was all tax money to begin with.That would actually be a very conservative figure btw. When a real job is created, little to no tax money is required initially, and all monies turned in as payroll taxes are new monies, not a partial rebate of existing tax monies expended. You should stop LOL'ing so much and try thinking a little more. ”
lakabux on May 14, 2013 at 16:42:50
“Even if I accept your figure, which I don't as most construction workers don't average 60K per year, that $200K is going back into the economy where it will create even more jobs.”
“Failing to value facts above feelings is your weakness. Like your little btw. A rational person would consider questioning another's approach without addressing the content a personal attack. But you value your feelings to the contrary more.”
“You don't even know what a real job is? Soldiers perform an invaluable function, and it's hard work (not that you would know of course), but being a soldier isn't a real job. Real jobs GENERATE tax revenue. Government created jobs CONSUME tax revenue.”
lakabux on May 14, 2013 at 15:49:58
“Oh, now you get to define which jobs are 'real'? Sorry, it doesn't work that way. Soldiers spend money which creates more jobs, and pay taxes unless in a war zone. Hmmm...how do you suppose I'd know that? And we're back to that guy fixing potholes on your interstate not having a 'real job.' LOL!”
“You have obviously chosen to wallow in the ignorance which inevitably results when a person values their own feelings on a matter more the actual facts involved. Ime this condition is normally terminal. My only confusion is whether you should die quickly, or suffer longer. Each holds an attraction of its own.”
miriamgreen on May 14, 2013 at 16:41:03
“Please excuse the interruption to your deep thoughts
"when a person values their own feelings on a matter more the actual facts involved"
I have asked you for facts, your reply with blather, sir.
how many culled, how much money raised, how much goes back to the NGOs supervising, and how much did your so precious elephant hide boots cost.
If you cannot follow your own directives, actual facts, you are the one deluded
their own feelings on a matter more the actual facts involved.
Supply them or cease your barrage of the dictionary.”
miriamgreen on May 14, 2013 at 16:35:59
“Sir, I have asked for facts, not insults. All conditions are terminal including yours.
am still waiting
cost of boots, how many pennies went to the Africans
if you cannot face your own disclosures, actual facts, you sir, are a blowhard.
your last comment of confusion however was most tantalizing. Do you need help?”
“If you had half the brain you seem to think you have,you would notice that I only use that comment when someone makes a personal attack. Like you.”
lw1 on May 14, 2013 at 14:57:42
“The first I said was a statement: "gopers are the best when it comes to making falze equivalences." You claimed it did not apply to you and could have stopped there but went ahead and made a personal attack aimed at me. I see you repeatedly threatening violence here and folks rightly calling you out as a bully. Those are facts.”