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11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Okay, I am 17 years old and I am an anti statist, as in I think the state should be abolished... So, basically, I am a market anarchist.

However, I do plan on voting for the Republican in the 2012 Presidential Election. This is despite the fact that I despise democracy and voting.

Really, voting is violent theft... with some groups voting themselves the resources of other groups.

The reason, though, that I plan on voting for whatever Republican wins the primary is that the Republican will steal LESS than Obama....

Obama, as I have mentioned before, is something of a state socialist... He supports using the state as a means to redistribute wealth and violently impose social programs on individuals... Most Republicans support a degree of this too, but much less

Look at Mitt Romney... He supports the state's monopoly on law, roads, regulations, and even social programs... but, he is generally for reducing these things, even though they stay in existence...

Obama wants to massively expand these things...

If I had to choose between a guy stealing $20 from me and a guy stealing $100 from me, I would reluctantly pick the guy wanting to steal $20, even though I hate that guy too

Furthermore, Obama is an ultra open border zealot... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

So, even though I dislike both sides, me and most of the US nation are far better off under Republicans than Democrats... And, that is why I will vote Republican in 2012
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11/15/2011 4:59:26 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/15/2011 4:56:21 PM, Ore_Ele wrote:
I don't think anyone doubted that you would be voting republican.

Most anarchists dont vote at all...
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11/15/2011 5:03:54 PM
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At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:

... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

If you were a national figure, most people in this country would hate your guts....as a healthy portion of the country is probably comprised of 1st - 4th or 5th generation immigrants. :p

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11/15/2011 5:33:49 PM
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At 11/15/2011 5:03:54 PM, 000ike wrote:
At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:

... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

If you were a national figure, most people in this country would hate your guts....as a healthy portion of the country is probably comprised of 1st - 4th or 5th generation immigrants. :p

Xenophobia is a fitting accompaniment to racism.

Hey, a plurality of my heritage is either Irish or British, probably Irish because I look more Irish... (I'm a son of the Revolution)... I also have plenty of German, French, and Dutch.... with even some Scandinavian....

Anyways, I believe I have a great great grandparent who was a direct immigrant from Ireland...

I dont know, but I don't think it matters... We have a right to shut our borders for our own good anytime we want to...
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11/15/2011 6:01:07 PM
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The solution to the welfare state is getting rid of it, not making it a No Brown People club.
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11/15/2011 6:03:30 PM
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I think we should only let white immigrants in. Whites are better at everything than anyone else. Especially basketball.

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11/15/2011 7:18:55 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/15/2011 6:01:07 PM, Ragnar_Rahl wrote:
The solution to the welfare state is getting rid of it, not making it a No Brown People club.

You're saying that we should have free immigration and no welfare state.

Lets think this through...

The welfare state came about by poor people voting for politicians that would steal resources from the well to do and funnel them to the poor.... essentially voting themselves other people's money...

So, your saying that we should let in more poor people.... who have just as much ability to vote themselves more welfare?

What about this is libertarian again?
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11/15/2011 8:05:30 PM
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Why I won't vote Republican? Well, for starters I don't think that I could ever bring myself to cast a ballot for a bigoted, homophobic, anti-life (as far as I know all of your professedly "pro-life" Republicans are in favor of the death penalty, opposed to gun control, and not exactly critics of American militarism), fundamentalist-pandering, anti-choice, pro-big business (aka free-marketarian), and intellectually mediocre candidate. Now, I could go on in my prolix fashion, but since this isn't my thread I'll leave it at that.
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11/15/2011 8:38:53 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/15/2011 8:05:30 PM, charleslb wrote:
Why I won't vote Republican? Well, for starters I don't think that I could ever bring myself to cast a ballot for a bigoted, homophobic, anti-life (as far as I know all of your professedly "pro-life" Republicans are in favor of the death penalty, opposed to gun control, and not exactly critics of American militarism), fundamentalist-pandering, anti-choice, pro-big business (aka free-marketarian), and intellectually mediocre candidate. Now, I could go on in my prolix fashion, but since this isn't my thread I'll leave it at that.

I don't have much to say about abortion... and I hate milatarism as much as the next guy...

However, big business has always been anti free market... after all, as you know, big businesses write and support all the regulations that Democrats create.... And, they support the state, as they can use it to suppress competition in the market...

As far as "bigoted" goes, you probably mean that they don't pretend like everyone is the exact same...
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11/15/2011 9:36:00 PM
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At 11/15/2011 8:38:53 PM, jimtimmy wrote:
At 11/15/2011 8:05:30 PM, charleslb wrote:
Why I won't vote Republican? Well, for starters I don't think that I could ever bring myself to cast a ballot for a bigoted, homophobic, anti-life (as far as I know all of your professedly "pro-life" Republicans are in favor of the death penalty, opposed to gun control, and not exactly critics of American militarism), fundamentalist-pandering, anti-choice, pro-big business (aka free-marketarian), and intellectually mediocre candidate. Now, I could go on in my prolix fashion, but since this isn't my thread I'll leave it at that.

I don't have much to say about abortion... and I hate milatarism as much as the next guy...

However, big business has always been anti free market... after all, as you know, big businesses write and support all the regulations that Democrats create.... And, they support the state, as they can use it to suppress competition in the market...

As far as "bigoted" goes, you probably mean that they don't pretend like everyone is the exact same...

The reason big business is anti-free market is because big business profits from heavy regulation.

If all companies had to pay $x for a permit, only the companies who could afford $x would be in business. Also the permit would be a deterrent to new comers.
Less competition means more profit.

Big companies see regulation as an investment, to wipe out competitors.
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11/16/2011 1:29:24 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:
Okay, I am 17 years old and I am an anti statist, as in I think the state should be abolished... So, basically, I am a market anarchist.

However, I do plan on voting for the Republican in the 2012 Presidential Election. This is despite the fact that I despise democracy and voting.

Really, voting is violent theft... with some groups voting themselves the resources of other groups.

The reason, though, that I plan on voting for whatever Republican wins the primary is that the Republican will steal LESS than Obama....

Obama, as I have mentioned before, is something of a state socialist... He supports using the state as a means to redistribute wealth and violently impose social programs on individuals... Most Republicans support a degree of this too, but much less

Look at Mitt Romney... He supports the state's monopoly on law, roads, regulations, and even social programs... but, he is generally for reducing these things, even though they stay in existence...

Obama wants to massively expand these things...

If I had to choose between a guy stealing $20 from me and a guy stealing $100 from me, I would reluctantly pick the guy wanting to steal $20, even though I hate that guy too

Furthermore, Obama is an ultra open border zealot... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

So, even though I dislike both sides, me and most of the US nation are far better off under Republicans than Democrats... And, that is why I will vote Republican in 2012

You're just wrong if you think all Republican candidates would differ from Obama in extent of government expansion/intrusion into our lives. If anything Romney is the perfect example of why this two-party system is a sham and both contribute to massively growing the federal government. Romney wouldn't cut or change anything. He's just more of same.

And if you have libertarian views as your profile says you do - shouldn't you consider the fact that most Republican candidates are social conservatives who would seriously restrict your civil liberties? And assuming you have a non-interventionist foreign policy, would you be so quick to vote in someone who hated civil liberties AND supported more policing the world?

Sorry but from the point of view of someone who wants less government intrusion into our lives, most Republicans are just as bad as Barack Obama, just sometimes in different ways. The exceptions are Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Jon Huntsman to a lesser extent, and Newt Gingrich to an even lesser extent (but he's better than the rest of them).
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11/16/2011 3:14:36 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/16/2011 1:29:24 AM, jat93 wrote:
At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:
Okay, I am 17 years old and I am an anti statist, as in I think the state should be abolished... So, basically, I am a market anarchist.

However, I do plan on voting for the Republican in the 2012 Presidential Election. This is despite the fact that I despise democracy and voting.

Really, voting is violent theft... with some groups voting themselves the resources of other groups.

The reason, though, that I plan on voting for whatever Republican wins the primary is that the Republican will steal LESS than Obama....

Obama, as I have mentioned before, is something of a state socialist... He supports using the state as a means to redistribute wealth and violently impose social programs on individuals... Most Republicans support a degree of this too, but much less

Look at Mitt Romney... He supports the state's monopoly on law, roads, regulations, and even social programs... but, he is generally for reducing these things, even though they stay in existence...

Obama wants to massively expand these things...

If I had to choose between a guy stealing $20 from me and a guy stealing $100 from me, I would reluctantly pick the guy wanting to steal $20, even though I hate that guy too

Furthermore, Obama is an ultra open border zealot... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

So, even though I dislike both sides, me and most of the US nation are far better off under Republicans than Democrats... And, that is why I will vote Republican in 2012

You're just wrong if you think all Republican candidates would differ from Obama in extent of government expansion/intrusion into our lives. If anything Romney is the perfect example of why this two-party system is a sham and both contribute to massively growing the federal government. Romney wouldn't cut or change anything. He's just more of same.

And if you have libertarian views as your profile says you do - shouldn't you consider the fact that most Republican candidates are social conservatives who would seriously restrict your civil liberties? And assuming you have a non-interventionist foreign policy, would you be so quick to vote in someone who hated civil liberties AND supported more policing the world?

Sorry but from the point of view of someone who wants less government intrusion into our lives, most Republicans are just as bad as Barack Obama, just sometimes in different ways. The exceptions are Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Jon Huntsman to a lesser extent, and Newt Gingrich to an even lesser extent (but he's better than the rest of them).

I hate the system... but Obama wants to steal a lot more shiit from me than do Republicans...
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11/16/2011 4:52:23 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/16/2011 3:14:36 AM, jimtimmy wrote:
At 11/16/2011 1:29:24 AM, jat93 wrote:
At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:
Okay, I am 17 years old and I am an anti statist, as in I think the state should be abolished... So, basically, I am a market anarchist.

However, I do plan on voting for the Republican in the 2012 Presidential Election. This is despite the fact that I despise democracy and voting.

Really, voting is violent theft... with some groups voting themselves the resources of other groups.

The reason, though, that I plan on voting for whatever Republican wins the primary is that the Republican will steal LESS than Obama....

Obama, as I have mentioned before, is something of a state socialist... He supports using the state as a means to redistribute wealth and violently impose social programs on individuals... Most Republicans support a degree of this too, but much less

Look at Mitt Romney... He supports the state's monopoly on law, roads, regulations, and even social programs... but, he is generally for reducing these things, even though they stay in existence...

Obama wants to massively expand these things...

If I had to choose between a guy stealing $20 from me and a guy stealing $100 from me, I would reluctantly pick the guy wanting to steal $20, even though I hate that guy too

Furthermore, Obama is an ultra open border zealot... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

So, even though I dislike both sides, me and most of the US nation are far better off under Republicans than Democrats... And, that is why I will vote Republican in 2012

You're just wrong if you think all Republican candidates would differ from Obama in extent of government expansion/intrusion into our lives. If anything Romney is the perfect example of why this two-party system is a sham and both contribute to massively growing the federal government. Romney wouldn't cut or change anything. He's just more of same.

And if you have libertarian views as your profile says you do - shouldn't you consider the fact that most Republican candidates are social conservatives who would seriously restrict your civil liberties? And assuming you have a non-interventionist foreign policy, would you be so quick to vote in someone who hated civil liberties AND supported more policing the world?

Sorry but from the point of view of someone who wants less government intrusion into our lives, most Republicans are just as bad as Barack Obama, just sometimes in different ways. The exceptions are Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Jon Huntsman to a lesser extent, and Newt Gingrich to an even lesser extent (but he's better than the rest of them).

I hate the system... but Obama wants to steal a lot more shiit from me than do Republicans...

What do you have to support your claim? When the republican parties controlled congress and the presidency, federal spending increased, and instead of stealing the money from the present generation, the money was stolen from future generations.
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11/16/2011 4:53:40 AM
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Why do you assume we care, you are a moron, you will probably impale yourself in the voting booth. Seriously man delete your account.
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11/16/2011 7:18:33 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/16/2011 4:52:23 AM, darkkermit wrote:
At 11/16/2011 3:14:36 AM, jimtimmy wrote:
At 11/16/2011 1:29:24 AM, jat93 wrote:
At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:
Okay, I am 17 years old and I am an anti statist, as in I think the state should be abolished... So, basically, I am a market anarchist.

However, I do plan on voting for the Republican in the 2012 Presidential Election. This is despite the fact that I despise democracy and voting.

Really, voting is violent theft... with some groups voting themselves the resources of other groups.

The reason, though, that I plan on voting for whatever Republican wins the primary is that the Republican will steal LESS than Obama....

Obama, as I have mentioned before, is something of a state socialist... He supports using the state as a means to redistribute wealth and violently impose social programs on individuals... Most Republicans support a degree of this too, but much less

Look at Mitt Romney... He supports the state's monopoly on law, roads, regulations, and even social programs... but, he is generally for reducing these things, even though they stay in existence...

Obama wants to massively expand these things...

If I had to choose between a guy stealing $20 from me and a guy stealing $100 from me, I would reluctantly pick the guy wanting to steal $20, even though I hate that guy too

Furthermore, Obama is an ultra open border zealot... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

So, even though I dislike both sides, me and most of the US nation are far better off under Republicans than Democrats... And, that is why I will vote Republican in 2012

You're just wrong if you think all Republican candidates would differ from Obama in extent of government expansion/intrusion into our lives. If anything Romney is the perfect example of why this two-party system is a sham and both contribute to massively growing the federal government. Romney wouldn't cut or change anything. He's just more of same.

And if you have libertarian views as your profile says you do - shouldn't you consider the fact that most Republican candidates are social conservatives who would seriously restrict your civil liberties? And assuming you have a non-interventionist foreign policy, would you be so quick to vote in someone who hated civil liberties AND supported more policing the world?

Sorry but from the point of view of someone who wants less government intrusion into our lives, most Republicans are just as bad as Barack Obama, just sometimes in different ways. The exceptions are Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Jon Huntsman to a lesser extent, and Newt Gingrich to an even lesser extent (but he's better than the rest of them).

I hate the system... but Obama wants to steal a lot more shiit from me than do Republicans...

What do you have to support your claim? When the republican parties controlled congress and the presidency, federal spending increased, and instead of stealing the money from the present generation, the money was stolen from future generations.

Which Party created the Federal Reserve and the Federal Income Tax?

How About Social Secirity, Welfare, the rest of the New Deal?

How about Medicare, Medicaid, Food Stamps, and the rest of the Great Soviety?

How about Obamacare, Stimulus, Massive Financlal Regulation?

Those were all Democrats...

Which Party Cut taxes and spending in the 1920s?

Which Party forced Harry Truman to roll back the New Deal Tax, spending, and union policies?

Which party Cut tax rates, slowed down monetary creation, and cut domestic spending in the 1980s?

Which party forced CLinton to adopt more pro market policies?

Those were all Republicans...

I think you see what I mean...
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11/16/2011 12:27:10 PM
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Take whatever you dislike least. I don't understand why Anarchists wouldn't vote. There will only be two possibilities that will result from the election. One will be someone who favors large government, the other would be someone who favors small government. You might as well help the small government man than not help anyone.
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11/16/2011 12:34:46 PM
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At 11/15/2011 8:05:30 PM, charleslb wrote:
Why I won't vote Republican? Well, for starters I don't think that I could ever bring myself to cast a ballot for a bigoted, homophobic, anti-life (as far as I know all of your professedly "pro-life" Republicans are in favor of the death penalty,

Lol WAY more babies are aborted every year than psychopathic rapists are executed. Anyways Obama favors the death penalty so you'll be voting for someone who is pro abortion and pro death penalty, instead of someone who is con abortion and pro death penalty. Isn't it obvious who is more anti-life?

Btw I'm Republican and con DP.
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11/16/2011 1:09:09 PM
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At 11/15/2011 8:05:30 PM, charleslb wrote:
Why I won't vote Republican? Well, for starters I don't think that I could ever bring myself to cast a ballot for a bigoted, homophobic, anti-life (as far as I know all of your professedly "pro-life" Republicans are in favor of the death penalty, opposed to gun control, and not exactly critics of American militarism), fundamentalist-pandering, anti-choice, pro-big business (aka free-marketarian), and intellectually mediocre candidate. Now, I could go on in my prolix fashion, but since this isn't my thread I'll leave it at that.

This.

Plus have you seen how completely retarded the candidates are?
The only one that could at all make any improvement to anyone besides the pro-war, anti-life, anti-person, pro-corporate elite would possibly be Ron Paul, who still isn't great, and isn't even leading anything.

I mean it's pretty much Perry, Romney, and Cain and their so train-wrecked I feel bad even thinking about making fun of them.
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11/16/2011 1:18:59 PM
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At 11/16/2011 12:34:46 PM, phantom wrote:

Lol WAY more babies are aborted every year

You can't abort a baby, you can abort a fetus.
A fetus is not a baby and does not have the same rights as a baby, just as children are not adults and do not have the same rights as adults.
It's different stages of life, with varying degrees of rights and expectations. When a fetus is close to being a baby they start to get more protections, just as when children are closer to becoming adults they get more rights.

I hate anti-abortion crap that denies science, legal terms, and the effects on personal and social well being.
Over population is happening. There are hundreds of thousands of children in the US waiting to be adopted.
Adoption is NOT a humane alternative to an unwanted fetus.
Even if your kid got adopted, you just took away a home from an eager orphan.

And I am pro-death penalty for severe cases.
So yes, your idea of deterring Obama support, increased it for me. I was thinking of voting independent, but nah, Obama has a better chance, and prob better views anyway.

Idk if I could even vote tho, my bday is two days after election day next year.
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11/16/2011 5:42:30 PM
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At 11/16/2011 1:18:59 PM, lovelife wrote:
At 11/16/2011 12:34:46 PM, phantom wrote:

Lol WAY more babies are aborted every year


You can't abort a baby, you can abort a fetus.
A fetus is not a baby and does not have the same rights as a baby, just as children are not adults and do not have the same rights as adults.
It's different stages of life, with varying degrees of rights and expectations. When a fetus is close to being a baby they start to get more protections, just as when children are closer to becoming adults they get more rights.

Even if I did agree with you, there are still probably more babies aborted late term than criminals executed. You also completely ignore my main point which I will point out latter.

I hate anti-abortion crap that denies science, legal terms, and the effects on personal and social well being.
Over population is happening. There are hundreds of thousands of children in the US waiting to be adopted.
Adoption is NOT a humane alternative to an unwanted fetus.
Even if your kid got adopted, you just took away a home from an eager orphan.

I'm not sure what your saying. Are you saying we should have abortions because the populations is too high and there are homeless children??

And I am pro-death penalty for severe cases.
So yes, your idea of deterring Obama support, increased it for me. I was thinking of voting independent, but nah, Obama has a better chance, and prob better views anyway.

Are you really serious?

Idk if I could even vote tho, my bday is two days after election day next year.

If you get persuaded for such dumb reasons I hope you can't. Sorry for being so blunt but I really don't get how on earth my response could make you vote Obama.

Besides you completely ignore my main point. Charles said republicans are more anti life. I proved his reasoning wrong by pointing out that Obama is pro DP and pro abortion (including late term), whereas republicans are generally pro DP and Con abortion. Whether abortion is killing or not doesn't really matter because republicans fully believe that it is killing and thus they are less anti life.
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11/16/2011 7:06:40 PM
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At 11/16/2011 12:27:10 PM, phantom wrote:
Take whatever you dislike least. I don't understand why Anarchists wouldn't vote. There will only be two possibilities that will result from the election. One will be someone who favors large government, the other would be someone who favors small government. You might as well help the small government man than not help anyone.

Ya, I am no fan of Republicans... but i would rather be screwed less than screwed more
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11/16/2011 8:12:52 PM
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At 11/16/2011 7:06:40 PM, jimtimmy wrote:
At 11/16/2011 12:27:10 PM, phantom wrote:
Take whatever you dislike least. I don't understand why Anarchists wouldn't vote. There will only be two possibilities that will result from the election. One will be someone who favors large government, the other would be someone who favors small government. You might as well help the small government man than not help anyone.

Ya, I am no fan of Republicans... but i would rather be screwed less than screwed more

I thought guys liked sex...

@phantom
That's actually not true because republicans are pro war. More men children women (pregnant women even) are killed by wars than abortion.
Plus their anti healthcare which is responsible for another good chunck of ppl dying and being screwed over.
Also welfare in general. Save the fetus but don't feed the children, let them starve!
Responsible for starvation homelessness and death from that.

So no republicans being less anti life makes no sense at all.
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11/16/2011 8:18:17 PM
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At 11/16/2011 8:12:52 PM, lovelife wrote:
At 11/16/2011 7:06:40 PM, jimtimmy wrote:
At 11/16/2011 12:27:10 PM, phantom wrote:
Take whatever you dislike least. I don't understand why Anarchists wouldn't vote. There will only be two possibilities that will result from the election. One will be someone who favors large government, the other would be someone who favors small government. You might as well help the small government man than not help anyone.

Ya, I am no fan of Republicans... but i would rather be screwed less than screwed more

I thought guys liked sex...

@phantom
That's actually not true because republicans are pro war. More men children women (pregnant women even) are killed by wars than abortion.
Plus their anti healthcare which is responsible for another good chunck of ppl dying and being screwed over.
Also welfare in general. Save the fetus but don't feed the children, let them starve!
Responsible for starvation homelessness and death from that.
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So no republicans being less anti life makes no sense at all.

I'm only gonna say one thing here... the part of your comment that I boldened is the retarded part...

Nobody is anti healthcare, Republicans are against the state violently stealing peoples money to fund a health care scheme that is a proven failure everywhere it is tried....

Ditto for welfare...
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11/16/2011 8:32:21 PM
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At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:

Furthermore, Obama is an ultra open border zealot... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

Most people would be "angry" about immigration or "frustrated" or "hateful" or some version of that.

"Sicken" suggest a very deep seated emotional problem with allowing immigrants to pour into the state to create, among other things, racial tension.

You'll find tons of people here who absolutely hate open borders. But it's more than just politics if it actually "sickens" you.
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11/16/2011 8:34:34 PM
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At 11/16/2011 8:32:21 PM, Wnope wrote:
At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:

Furthermore, Obama is an ultra open border zealot... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

Most people would be "angry" about immigration or "frustrated" or "hateful" or some version of that.

"Sicken" suggest a very deep seated emotional problem with allowing immigrants to pour into the state to create, among other things, racial tension.

You'll find tons of people here who absolutely hate open borders. But it's more than just politics if it actually "sickens" you.

O God, now your using my choose of verb as basis for criticism... wow, just wow
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11/16/2011 8:35:35 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/16/2011 8:34:34 PM, jimtimmy wrote:
At 11/16/2011 8:32:21 PM, Wnope wrote:
At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:

Furthermore, Obama is an ultra open border zealot... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

Most people would be "angry" about immigration or "frustrated" or "hateful" or some version of that.

"Sicken" suggest a very deep seated emotional problem with allowing immigrants to pour into the state to create, among other things, racial tension.

You'll find tons of people here who absolutely hate open borders. But it's more than just politics if it actually "sickens" you.

O God, now your using my choose of verb as basis for criticism... wow, just wow

If it were nearly any other person, it wouldn't raise a red flag. It's only when you start piling flags up that such things become relevant.
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11/16/2011 8:36:55 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/16/2011 8:35:35 PM, Wnope wrote:
At 11/16/2011 8:34:34 PM, jimtimmy wrote:
At 11/16/2011 8:32:21 PM, Wnope wrote:
At 11/15/2011 4:07:57 PM, jimtimmy wrote:

Furthermore, Obama is an ultra open border zealot... I am sickened by the notion of letting poor immigrants pour into the US and take advantage of social programs, increase crime and poverty, and create racial tension... especially when they wont even adopt national culture

Most people would be "angry" about immigration or "frustrated" or "hateful" or some version of that.

"Sicken" suggest a very deep seated emotional problem with allowing immigrants to pour into the state to create, among other things, racial tension.

You'll find tons of people here who absolutely hate open borders. But it's more than just politics if it actually "sickens" you.

O God, now your using my choose of verb as basis for criticism... wow, just wow

If it were nearly any other person, it wouldn't raise a red flag. It's only when you start piling flags up that such things become relevant.

Red flags?

Like, seriously, who do you think you are... My views raise "red flags" for possibly being views that you, Wnope, would categorize a certain way.... Wow...
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11/16/2011 8:44:08 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/16/2011 8:12:52 PM, lovelife wrote:
I thought guys liked sex...

@phantom
That's actually not true because republicans are pro war.

If you were to look it up, you would see that every single war the U.S. fought in from WW1 up until before the First Gulf War had a democratic president and Congress at the helm. Johnson and Kennedy were both socially and fiscally liberal. Can you guess the name of the war that they got the U.S. involved in?

Plus their anti healthcare which is responsible for another good chunck of ppl dying and being screwed over.

No, government regulations and mandates on the private sector are responsible for that. Forcing doctors to purchase malpractice insurance as well as forcing hospitals to accept everyone regardless of ability to pay drives up costs substantially.

Also welfare in general. Save the fetus but don't feed the children, let them starve!
Responsible for starvation homelessness and death from that.

I don't of any republican or libertarian for that matter who is for a complete abolishment of welfare to that extreme. Republicans and libertarians are for eliminating welfare in general, not to people who physically have no means of providing for themselves in a Free Market society.
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11/16/2011 8:50:35 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 11/16/2011 4:53:40 AM, Cerebral_Narcissist wrote:
Why do you assume we care, you are a moron, you will probably impale yourself in the voting booth. Seriously man delete your account.

This from someone who in my thread on Veterans Day has the unmitigated chutzpah to call me on the carpet for being insulting!
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