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Obama: Paul Ryan's Budget is 'Nothing But Thinly Veiled Social Darwinism'

Obama: Paul Ryan's Budget is 'Nothing But Thinly Veiled Social Darwinism'

Commented Apr 3, 2012 at 17:20:50 in Politics

“Now we see truth talking. This cannot be said enough. Say again and again, until everyone hears it!”

saltpeter on Apr 3, 2012 at 17:26:36

“Say it, supply side economics only works in 18th century feudalist Europe, 19th century Plantation life, and 21st century China. Places where wealth was concentrated in the hands of the few and the majority of the people are either serfs, servants, or slaves.”
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Obama's Religion Still A Campaign Issue: Some Alabama, Mississippi GOP Voters Believe President Is Muslim

Commented Mar 12, 2012 at 16:58:28 in Politics

“Obama is a baptized Christian. To ascribe a work of the Holy Spirit to Satan, ie. a person's salvation in Christ, is to commit the only unforgivable sin! Be careful, all you people who are so sure of themselves that they commit this sin. Obama is a baptized Christian.”

Ponderus on Mar 12, 2012 at 17:20:30

“Thanks for that heartfelt post. I'm afraid the people posting lies about the President may not be playing for the team upstairs, even if they think they are.”

dondon7777 on Mar 12, 2012 at 17:19:53

“You are very insightful. So many do not understand the depth of what you posted. Sadly, many will be shocked at what they have been seduced into.”

angusmciver on Mar 12, 2012 at 17:15:24

“Just so I understand, You're not equating being a Muslim with satan are you?”
A New Metaphor for Your Career

A New Metaphor for Your Career

Commented May 31, 2012 at 15:14:37 in College

“Jungle gyms aka monkey bars, are great for children, but not so good for adults seeking to make a life for themselves and possibly a family. Accepting less pay means you will accept less pay all through the process, as employers look at that. Trying to put a positive spin on a dismal situation only ensures that the actions necessary to change things do not occur. We need massive political change for jobs to germinate in this country. And what is this sense that hierarchy is less pervasive? The 1% runs roughshod over everyone else, and the 99% that are dominated are buds now?! Competing against runaway monopolies?! Political change needs to happen or we all will end up hanging upside down on the monkey bars, the little money we do make falling out of our pockets into the hands of the 1% for overpriced necessities.”
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Fairness and the Occupy Movement Revisited

Commented Nov 29, 2011 at 01:37:09 in Politics

“Thank you.”
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Obama Thanksgiving Speech Didn't Mention God

Commented Nov 29, 2011 at 01:24:43 in AOL

“This headline is misleading. Obama DID mention God in his written Thanksgiving speech. There should be more thought and integrity put into headlines. Not just sensationalism. Also, judging from the Christian church Obama attended in Chicago, much more biblical straight talk was preached there than in most other mainline Christian churches!”
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Colin Powell: Occupy Wall Street Demonstrations Are 'As American As Apple Pie'

Commented Nov 15, 2011 at 10:57:43 in Politics

“His voice is welcome. "As AMERICAN as apple pie." Thank you Colin Powell.”
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The Death of Occupy Wall Street?

Commented Nov 15, 2011 at 10:44:44 in New York

“Adam Smith wrote in his "Wealth of Nations," that ONE of the next steps is global unionization. Global unionization.”

CarlyQ on Nov 15, 2011 at 11:48:31

“It's logical. People who are oppressed and treated as slaves WILL rebel and demand better working conditions, just as the workers at the turn of the century did, which led to the formation of unions.

Then, of course, people will get comfy, start resenting unions and demand their demise, leading to increasingly poor working conditions and wages.

It's so very circular and predictable.”

Overd0g2 on Nov 15, 2011 at 11:33:04

“Dream on. Except for government, there is hardly and unionization in the U.S. alone. You have a long road ahead, comrade.”

wakeupyouall on Nov 15, 2011 at 11:05:29

“Your right It is the unions that have the power to wrest power from the corporations and help form middle class which in turn grow economies. Unionism is win/win for whole nations. It begins by sharing the wealth and then it creats wealth. There is no middle class in coutries that don't have unions.”
Occupy Wall Street Protesters Target JPMorgan Chase Skyscraper

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Target JPMorgan Chase Skyscraper

Commented Oct 14, 2011 at 12:55:32 in Business

“Suggestions for constructive campaigns to launch by the OWS folks:
1. "Paper's Safer" Campaign. Go back to paper ballots like Germany does. Can't rob the 99% of their votes that way. Voting machines are unsafe and can be easily hacked.
2. "Reverse the Vote" Campaign. Vote only for candidates that don't spend a fortune to campaign. We don't need anyones permission to simply stop voting for the wealthy. Europe does not use advertising in elections, so huge sell outs to moneyed interests are less common.
3. Vote for candidates that are NOT wealthy. A working class or middle class candidate?! We might actually get representation that way!”