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Thank you for posting this. The attack at Pearl Harbor did, in the words of a top Japanese military officer, "awaken a sleeping giant".So, hopefully, will the attack on our nation and its way of life by Marxists, Progressives and the rest of the malcontents that compile the Left reawaken that sleeping leviathan and begin the rejection of their assault.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, Obama is socialist... that's rich. I haven't laughed that much in a while. You guys really should get out more. Seriously, if you guys really "hate" socialism that much I suggest you ask your parents and grandparents to tear up their social security checks and medicare coverage and tell them to get back to work. I guess, you can also ask the police and fire departments to step down (what a waste of taxpayer money). While we're at it let's make all roads toll roads and bring back the utility barons. Ahh, those were the good ol' days. Man I loved watching Rockefeller and Morgan at work.
Anonymous tool: thank you for displaying the ignorance we come to expect from leftists. Your entire feeble argument hinges on the concept that the government can manage better money than I, my parents, or my grandparents. How have your saviors done so far?Speaking of Social Security – fabulous deal going there – I’ve been paying into it my entire life and it’s running deeper in the red long before I reach the age to bask in its several hundred dollar per month glory. Considering my thousand dollar per month investment, I think it’s just terrific – much better than I could have done on my own. Whew – good thing the government is there to mismanage my money for me.Roads and police – glad you brought that up too. No money mismanaged there. Want a history on toll-roads? I’m originally from Chicago, so I know a little on the subject. Here’s a hint: not a right-wing concept, you dolt.Get a clue, get a job, get bent … you choose. Your heroes had their chance, and now my grandchildren will foot the bill. Thanks, douche-nozzle.
My saviours have done fairly well, thanks for asking. Haha, you guys are great.The funny thing is I do have a job, in private equity, and typically pull in 7 figures a year. Oh and that's tax free. Ironic that you rant about cutting taxes when if you weren't such a dolt, you would get a good tax attorney. You tea party folk make me laugh all the way to the bank. I'll be sure and crack a couple of jokes at you guys expense next chamber of commerce meeting. Haha.Thanks for the laughs. It's always great to converse with simple people who think they know the score.
Very revealing posts, Anonymous (and I can see why you choose the nom de plume). Interesting that you are so boastful about avoiding "your fair share" of taxes while us "simple people" are left to take up the slack. How to game the system, eh? No doubt you are proud of being part of the "elite" - nice that America provides the opportunity to do very well in whatever "private equity" might be. Still, the Tea Party members and others who are attempting to have more of a voice in the policies of politics may wind up having the last laugh come November 3rd - you do vote, do you not?
Revealing indeed. Post is coming from Japan. Based on the prose, I would estimate age 13 to 16.Little one: no more posting on this site. I have your IP address - do I have to call your parents?
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