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« #75 : January 22, 2013, 07:36:55 AM »


http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_projection

Psychological projection is a psychological defense mechanism where a person subconsciously denies his or her own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are then ascribed to the outside world, usually to other people.
An example of this behavior might be blaming another for self failure. The mind may avoid the discomfort of consciously admitting personal faults by keeping those feelings unconscious, and by attaching, or "projecting," those same faults onto another person or object.

To get directly to the point:
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_personality_disorder

Illuminator is a good poster. He sticks to his guns and makes good points. Some don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t like that.

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« #76 : January 22, 2013, 09:44:02 AM »

Now your plan is to insult everyone because you can't support anything you say ..... in the end it is rather sad really ...... but still funny as hell

The very fact that you think I haven't supported my argument in this thread speaks to your utterly mindless group mentality. You will swear anything I say is without merit and anything Luminous says is the gospel regardless of topic. Your opinion on anything means nothing. Go sniff Luminous' butt some more. He needs a pick me up after being exposed as a hack-job.

Dude, this is getting pathetically sad.  Take your butt-whippin' like a man and move on.


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« #77 : January 22, 2013, 12:26:01 PM »

I think that welfare and tax money should go to people who work jobs, have kids, and still cant afford to put food on the table. Those people should be able to get welfare. They at least do what they can. Now the people who are capable of working and do nothing, should get absolutely nothing. Even if they have kids or whatever. Those people are responsible for where they are. This country from the very beginning has been built on hard work, dedication and making something for yourself. Those that dont do that or ignore that are fully responsible for where they are in their lives. Now Im fine with wealthy people giving up some money but I think that money should go to useful places. Not towards people who are capable but dont do anything with their lives. That is totally unproductive. A lot of that money could go to creating jobs for those people and towards other useful things.

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« #78 : January 22, 2013, 01:09:11 PM »

Now your plan is to insult everyone because you can't support anything you say ..... in the end it is rather sad really ...... but still funny as hell

The very fact that you think I haven't supported my argument in this thread speaks to your utterly mindless group mentality. You will swear anything I say is without merit and anything Luminous says is the gospel regardless of topic. Your opinion on anything means nothing. Go sniff Luminous' butt some more. He needs a pick me up after being exposed as a hack-job.

Dude, this is getting pathetically sad.  Take your butt-whippin' like a man and move on.

Care to explain how I've "gotten my butt whipped"? What particular points has Illuminator made that have lead you to this revelation? Be specific as possible. I'd love to see you try to explain it.


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« #79 : January 22, 2013, 01:19:11 PM »

Care to explain how I've "gotten my butt whipped"? What particular points has Illuminator made that have lead you to this revelation? Be specific as possible. I'd love to see you try to explain it.


The latest example would be the "fraternal" episode.



All cats are solitary except lions, the only groups are fraternal males.
Males live in small permanent groups called coalitions, which are usually made up of two to four brothers."

Good God you are an imbecile. Things keep getting worse and worse for you and you just keep digging faster.

fra·ter·nal (fr-tűrnl) adj. 1. a. Of or relating to brothers

LOL! Really, dude? So what was the point of your mini-lecture?

sol·i·tary adjective a : being, living, or going alone or without companions

Who gives a flying fig what type of group cheetah's belong to. Do they belong to groups or don't they? And if they do, what the hell point are you trying to make other than to deflect from the fact that your entire synopsis was a fraud?


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« #80 : January 22, 2013, 01:28:40 PM »

Okay, and what did any of that have to do with the discussion? More to the point, how did Luminous pointing out that wild cats are solitary, except for when they aren't, debase anything I asserted in the previous post?


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« #81 : January 22, 2013, 01:30:56 PM »

You guys should avoid swimming in lakes. Your propensity to be drawn to shiny objects that aren't what they seem to be might land you in the back of a pontoon with a hook in your mouth.


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« #82 : January 22, 2013, 01:33:54 PM »

And we're predictably back to "I'm not the problem, everybody else is".


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« #83 : January 22, 2013, 01:37:19 PM »

Now your plan is to insult everyone because you can't support anything you say ..... in the end it is rather sad really ...... but still funny as hell

The very fact that you think I haven't supported my argument in this thread speaks to your utterly mindless group mentality.


... says the admitted collectivist / socialist.


Thanks for the laughs , comrade.

Says the "free thinker" who always seems to be in perfect alignment with all of the other "free thinkers" on the message board. Yet another topic in which all you rugged individualist, non-conservatives, that require a complex political spectrum in which to categorize your various, wide ranging ideologies all agree on. How non-collectivist of you...

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« #84 : January 22, 2013, 01:38:57 PM »

And we're predictably back to "I'm not the problem, everybody else is".

Way to avoid the question, Biggs. I thought it was so obvious, this butt whipping I'm receiving. Odd that you can't quantify it with specific examples...


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« #85 : January 22, 2013, 02:08:44 PM »

And we're predictably back to "I'm not the problem, everybody else is".

Way to avoid the question, Biggs. I thought it was so obvious, this butt whipping I'm receiving. Odd that you can't quantify it with specific examples...

You were given an example, PBB Jr..  You're delusional enough to not see it when pointed out and blame everybody else who isn't riding on the crazy train.


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« #86 : January 22, 2013, 02:34:34 PM »

And we're predictably back to "I'm not the problem, everybody else is".

Way to avoid the question, Biggs. I thought it was so obvious, this butt whipping I'm receiving. Odd that you can't quantify it with specific examples...

You were given an example, PBB Jr..  You're delusional enough to not see it when pointed out and blame everybody else who isn't riding on the crazy train.

Oh I see it. I initially neglected to read the last part of his sentence. Guilty as charged. Now explain to me what the "wild cats are solitary, except for the ones that aren't" argument had to do with anything, and how exactly that trumped any argument I made. I'll wait.


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« #87 : January 22, 2013, 02:54:24 PM »

Oh I see it. I initially neglected to read the last part of his sentence. Guilty as charged.

There ya go.  It wasn't that difficult.

Now, after it took you a couple pages to admit the blatantly obvious, I won't waste my time delving into the other examples in this thread.


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« #88 : January 22, 2013, 02:59:21 PM »

Oh I see it. I initially neglected to read the last part of his sentence. Guilty as charged.

There ya go.  It wasn't that difficult.

Now, after it took you a couple pages to admit the blatantly obvious, I won't waste my time delving into the other examples in this thread.

Uh...I never denied it. The question was and is, "so f-ing what?" A question that you are refusing to answer to avoid owning up to the realization of how absurd it is to suggest that I lost an argument over an exchange as utterly pointless and inconsequential as that. But keep up the self deception there, Biggs.


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« #89 : January 22, 2013, 05:05:36 PM »


Before, I had to pay the doctor. Now I have to pay the doctor, the government, the bum down the street killing his liver, and the unemployed fat ass shoving cheeseburgers down her gullet. What would be your predicted outcome?

You've always had to pay for other people, but you just didn't realize it.
Unsurprisingly that is not accurate.  "always" is the offending term that makes it false.

Unless he's over 75 yrs old and if he's ever paid a $1 for healthcare, a part of that bill was to pay for indigent care.
You can find out how incorrect that is simply enough if are truly curious.  It is amazing how quickly the idea of health insurance has grown... to it current state of incomprehensible bullspit known as ObamaCare

"ObamaCare" isn't health insurance. This is a misnomer that leads to a common misconception. It is a federal law or set of laws that regulate the overall health care system. I personally would have preferred it have included a single payer insurance plan, but the cons would never allow it.
A bastardization of other programs to include health care for those "citizens" who currently don't have it - control the market place and benefit availability - you're right - it isn't health insurance - more akin to the loss of free enterprise, the loss of freedom of choice, kind of like socialism.

But I digress - I was referencing Health Insurance overall - the inception of "programs" and governmental intervention. 

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