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Who is to blame?

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Stl Flyn, Jul 15, 2011.

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  1. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    Click on the link above and read. I think the hardest thing for all people to do is blame themselves, or there constituents (Political Parties).
     
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    Its just another opinion(Rick Newman's), some points are correct, others are wrong.

    Whose to Blame? Anyone who thinks government was or has the answers. Political partys are to be trusted or joined, Lobbyist have the groups desire at heart. Need I go on?
     
  4. R.Kipling

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    Those of us who have always exercised moderate financial discipline, saved, invested for the future and lived well within our means don't share your, or Newman's sentiment.

    Those of us who can think, reason and investigate circumstances for ourselves, also know better than to sit under any conviction of those emo's that won't or don't.

    This article, if it can be called journalism, is another MSNBC, CNN and US News attempt at appeasement for the continuation of Kleptocracy, when we should already be in the streets for our own R3volution. Newman's work is always slanted by the Milkin Institutes Libber agenda. His books are ghost written and co-authored just like Zero's.

    False front! BS.

    IMO,
    Kip
     
  5. Brian in Oregon

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    Who's to blame? Baby Boomers and their parents. They were the ones who started The New Deal and The Great Society socialism ponzi schemes, excessive bureaucracy and massive tax hikes that have crippled future generations.
     
  6. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    In some ways, I guess I proved my point.
     
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    I got your point but it failed to carry any weight due to your grammatical gaff. In the end, the only point you proved is your complete lack of basic english skills.

    Whose should be Who's.

    And yes, it matters.
     
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    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Stl Flyn, quote: <i>"In some ways, I guess I proved my point."</i>

    If you believe I am blaming someone else, think again. I was born in 1959. That puts me on the tail end of the baby boomers. While I was too young to vote for The New Deal or The Great Society fiascoes, those of us on the tail end were still able to vote against expansion of these programs, via the enabling of liberals by voting them into office.
     
  9. Stl Flyn

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    WOW! I commit a "grammatical gaff" after a late Friday night out, and am accused of a "complete lack of basic english skills." There I fixed it just for you. I wish I knew it was that easy to lose weight, I could be rich!

    I would not imagine you would hear, or see the information in the above link on talk radio, or on Fox news. So, I imagine this information is not true. Cutting income while approving spending, seems like fuzzy math to me. Especially, while funding two wars. I would never claim to be an English major, or financial guru, but I think all parties are to blame for this position we are in today. I am sure your opinions will differ.

    All of this coming from a person who has exercised moderate financial discipline, saved, invested for the future, and lived well within my means. I can also think, reason, and investigate circumstances for myself. So, in a way, I am one of you. Although, I am sure your opinions will differ. LOL

    I guess I could blame my parents for making me this way, and putting me in this mess but, I just can't do that. Although, I think I understand what you are saying.
     
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