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« #45 : June 14, 2014, 02:30:58 PM »


You do not have the right to have children and expect the government to support them. That kind of sense of entitlement is why we're in the mess were in.

it is NOT very difficult to limit access to guns
it is almost impossible to prevent someone with a mental illness from getting a gun.  

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« #46 : June 14, 2014, 02:40:49 PM »

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« #47 : June 14, 2014, 03:44:37 PM »


You do not have the right to have children and expect the government to support them. That kind of sense of entitlement is why we're in the mess were in.

No one here claimed that. Hallucinating again?

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« #48 : June 14, 2014, 04:41:48 PM »


You do not have the right to have children and expect the government to support them. That kind of sense of entitlement is why we're in the mess were in.

No one here claimed that. Hallucinating again?


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« #49 : June 14, 2014, 06:49:45 PM »


You do not have the right to have children and expect the government to support them. That kind of sense of entitlement is why we're in the mess were in.
only if your a member of congress right?

philosophy is questions that may never be answered
religion is answers that may never be questioned

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« #50 : June 14, 2014, 10:17:21 PM »


You do not have the right to have children and expect the government to support them. That kind of sense of entitlement is why we're in the mess were in.

No one here claimed that. Hallucinating again?


Core Principles of the Democratic Party

Yep, create the problems that hold a group down, and then pretend to save them from those problems to buy a vote. Unfortunately most liberals are too stupid to realize this is what's going on. At this point it doesn't even matter, America is collapsing and there's not much that can be done to stop it.

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« #51 : June 15, 2014, 07:24:27 PM »


You do not have the right to have children and expect the government to support them. That kind of sense of entitlement is why we're in the mess were in.

No one here claimed that. Hallucinating again?


Core Principles of the Democratic Party

Source?

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« #52 : June 15, 2014, 07:25:19 PM »


You do not have the right to have children and expect the government to support them. That kind of sense of entitlement is why we're in the mess were in.

No one here claimed that. Hallucinating again?


Core Principles of the Democratic Party

Yep, create the problems that hold a group down, and then pretend to save them from those problems to buy a vote. Unfortunately most liberals are too stupid to realize this is what's going on. At this point it doesn't even matter, America is collapsing and there's not much that can be done to stop it.

That got dang socialism is tearing down countries. Like Germany and Sweden.. wait.. what?

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« #53 : June 18, 2014, 09:13:33 PM »


You do not have the right to have children and expect the government to support them. That kind of sense of entitlement is why we're in the mess were in.

No one here claimed that. Hallucinating again?


Core Principles of the Democratic Party

Yep, create the problems that hold a group down, and then pretend to save them from those problems to buy a vote. Unfortunately most liberals are too stupid to realize this is what's going on. At this point it doesn't even matter, America is collapsing and there's not much that can be done to stop it.

In other words...

http://www.theblaze.com/blog/2014/06/18/13-explosive-passages-from-a-new-book-on-the-devastating-impact-of-leftism-on-blacks-in-america/

“The left’s sentimental support has turned underprivileged blacks into playthings for liberal intellectuals and politicians who care more about clearing their conscience or winning votes than advocating behaviors and attitudes that have allowed other groups to get ahead. Meanwhile, the civil rights movement of King has become an industry that does little more than monetize white guilt.”


The author is black by the way. I know, just as prosecutors were disappointed to find out that Zimmerman was hispanic, not white, this information disappoints you liberals.

Other quotes that can be found in the article:

“Liberals like to complain that, the twice-elected President Obama notwithstanding, we are not a “post-racial” society. The reality is that they wouldn’t have it any other way. Race consciousness helps cohere the political left, and black liberalism’s main agenda is keeping race front and center in our national conversations. That’s why, for example, much more common black-on-black crimes take a back seat to much less common white-on-black crimes. The last thing that organizations like the NAACP want is for America to get “beyond” race. In their view, racial discrimination in one form or another remains a significant barrier to black progress, and government action is the best solution.”


“Were [W.E.B] Du Bois and [Dr. Martin Luther] King alive today, they would no doubt be glad to know that between 1970 and 2001 the number of black elected officials in the United States grew from fewer than fifteen hundred to more than nine thousand. But they would also have to acknowledge that this political success had not redounded to the black underclass. Between 1940 and 1960–that is, before the major civil rights victories, and at a time when black political power was nearly nonexistent–the black poverty rate fell from 87 percent to 47 percent. Yet between 1972 and 2011–that is, after major civil rights gains, as well as the implementation of Great Society programs–it barely declined, from 32 percent to 28 percent, and remained three times the white rate, which is about what it was in 1972. By 2013 Mississippi had more black elected officials than any other state, but it also continues to have one of the highest black poverty rates in the nation…While blacks were steadily increasing their numbers in Congress and among elected officials at the state and local levels in the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s, black welfare dependency rose, as did black teen unemployment, black crime, and black births to single mothers…Thomas Sowell has spent decades researching racial and ethnic groups in the United States and internationally. And his findings show that political activity generally has not been a factor in the rise of groups from poverty to prosperity…economic gains have generally preceded political gains…Moreover, in those instances where the political success of a minority group has come first, the result has often been slower socioeconomic progress.”
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« #54 : June 18, 2014, 09:58:22 PM »

Sowell Part II

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« #55 : June 20, 2014, 06:02:39 PM »


You do not have the right to have children and expect the government to support them. That kind of sense of entitlement is why we're in the mess were in.

No one here claimed that. Hallucinating again?


Core Principles of the Democratic Party

Yep, create the problems that hold a group down, and then pretend to save them from those problems to buy a vote. Unfortunately most liberals are too stupid to realize this is what's going on. At this point it doesn't even matter, America is collapsing and there's not much that can be done to stop it.

In other words...

http://www.theblaze.com/blog/2014/06/18/13-explosive-passages-from-a-new-book-on-the-devastating-impact-of-leftism-on-blacks-in-america/

“The left’s sentimental support has turned underprivileged blacks into playthings for liberal intellectuals and politicians who care more about clearing their conscience or winning votes than advocating behaviors and attitudes that have allowed other groups to get ahead. Meanwhile, the civil rights movement of King has become an industry that does little more than monetize white guilt.”


The author is black by the way. I know, just as prosecutors were disappointed to find out that Zimmerman was hispanic, not white, this information disappoints you liberals.

Other quotes that can be found in the article:

“Liberals like to complain that, the twice-elected President Obama notwithstanding, we are not a “post-racial” society. The reality is that they wouldn’t have it any other way. Race consciousness helps cohere the political left, and black liberalism’s main agenda is keeping race front and center in our national conversations. That’s why, for example, much more common black-on-black crimes take a back seat to much less common white-on-black crimes. The last thing that organizations like the NAACP want is for America to get “beyond” race. In their view, racial discrimination in one form or another remains a significant barrier to black progress, and government action is the best solution.”


“Were [W.E.B] Du Bois and [Dr. Martin Luther] King alive today, they would no doubt be glad to know that between 1970 and 2001 the number of black elected officials in the United States grew from fewer than fifteen hundred to more than nine thousand. But they would also have to acknowledge that this political success had not redounded to the black underclass. Between 1940 and 1960–that is, before the major civil rights victories, and at a time when black political power was nearly nonexistent–the black poverty rate fell from 87 percent to 47 percent. Yet between 1972 and 2011–that is, after major civil rights gains, as well as the implementation of Great Society programs–it barely declined, from 32 percent to 28 percent, and remained three times the white rate, which is about what it was in 1972. By 2013 Mississippi had more black elected officials than any other state, but it also continues to have one of the highest black poverty rates in the nation…While blacks were steadily increasing their numbers in Congress and among elected officials at the state and local levels in the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s, black welfare dependency rose, as did black teen unemployment, black crime, and black births to single mothers…Thomas Sowell has spent decades researching racial and ethnic groups in the United States and internationally. And his findings show that political activity generally has not been a factor in the rise of groups from poverty to prosperity…economic gains have generally preceded political gains…Moreover, in those instances where the political success of a minority group has come first, the result has often been slower socioeconomic progress.”


Hi. "Liberal" here. At least you'd call me one. I think I'm centrist, but when it comes to the lesser of two evils I pick Democrat.

Black people aren't my playthings. They're simply  human beings with more melanin in their skin.

Also I'd love a post racial society where race is no longer even thought of.

My main political desire is the reduction of poverty.

Thanks for playing the "us vs them" game where "everyone under this label thinks alike", but you lose. Please don't play again. Everyone is different.

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