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What's new? Those that have shitloads of money make the rules... they help write the tax code too. It won't change under either party.


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2 hours ago, SackMan518 said:

What's new? Those that have shitloads of money make the rules... they help write the tax code too. It won't change under either party.

Nope. Maybe when progressives take over the democratic party.


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18 minutes ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

Nope. Maybe when progressives take over the democratic party.

lmao ... They haven't taken over the democrat party yet?

Progressives have been in charge for years. Just look at the beautiful cities of Seattle, Chicago, San Fran and New York. Now that's progress ...

 

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20 minutes ago, jamsim67 said:

lmao ... They haven't taken over the democrat party yet?

Progressives have been in charge for years. Just look at the beautiful cities of Seattle, Chicago, San Fran and New York. Now that's progress ...

The leaders of the democratic party...pelosi and Schumer are not progressives...

Neoliberalism and progressivism are not the same. 

So no. They have not taken over the democratic party yet.


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35 minutes ago, jamsim67 said:

lmao ... They haven't taken over the democrat party yet?

Progressives have been in charge for years. Just look at the beautiful cities of Seattle, Chicago, San Fran and New York. Now that's progress ...

Wanna look at Republican led cities?? Where there are no good paying jobs, a lot of people on welfare, poor health care facilities, poor educational opportunities.  Republicans only rule the sticks. And if there IS a Republican led big city, it'll have all the same problems that democratic run big cities have. This whole line of reasoning that the stupid right keeps trying to purport is simply ignorant


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19 minutes ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

The leaders of the democratic party...pelosi and Schumer are not progressives...

Neoliberalism and progressivism are not the same. 

So no. They have not taken over the democratic party yet.

Progressives have been there for years, but by a different name. Back then they were called Marxists or Communists

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15 minutes ago, HipKat said:

Wanna look at Republican led cities?? Where there are no good paying jobs, a lot of people on welfare, poor health care facilities, poor educational opportunities.  Republicans only rule the sticks. And if there IS a Republican led big city, it'll have all the same problems that democratic run big cities have. This whole line of reasoning that the stupid right keeps trying to purport is simply ignorant

I'm not a republican. However, I would have to say that republican led states are in much better shape than those led by democrats.

As I've said countless times to you, the system as a whole is the reason this country is in the shape it's in. And it is that very system that made it possible for someone like RGB to serve on the supreme court until her death at 87 years old. She wasn't there to uphold the Constitution, she was there to dismantle it. Just like countless other Judges and politicians that came before her. 

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30 minutes ago, jamsim67 said:

Progressives have been there for years, but by a different name. Back then they were called Marxists or Communists

And yet no marxist or communist policies exist.

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20 minutes ago, jamsim67 said:

I'm not a republican. However, I would have to say that republican led states are in much better shape than those led by democrats.

As I've said countless times to you, the system as a whole is the reason this country is in the shape it's in. And it is that very system that made it possible for someone like RGB to serve on the supreme court until her death at 87 years old. She wasn't there to uphold the Constitution, she was there to dismantle it. Just like countless other Judges and politicians that came before her. 

If ‘Democrat-run’ cities are a problem, what about costly GOP-run states?

If there was one clear theme to emerge from the Republican National Convention, it was President Donald Trump’s firmly-held belief that whatever ails American cities is the fault of Democratic control. In some ways, his attack last year on Baltimore as “disgusting, rat and rodent infested” was just a warm-up. Now, he’s calling himself the “law and order” candidate and in his acceptance speech vowed to crack down on “rioting, looting, arson and violence we have seen in Democrat-run cities.” In other words, he is pursuing just another variation on his long-running, pre-COVID-19 narrative that none of the problems facing cities stems from systemic racism or police misconduct or concentrated poverty or the war on drugs or the neglect of cities by the federal government, it’s all because the various mayors and council members have a “D” after their names. To put it even more simply, one-party rule is the cause of bad outcomes, not extenuating circumstances or even gun-toting counter-protesting teens itching for a fight.

That’s a convenient point of view for a Republican president seeking reelection at a time of national calamity and personal failure. If President Trump has a skill, it’s distracting his followers and shifting blame away from himself. The convenience of this viewpoint is clear: It allows him not to talk against racism but to spout it and even encourages his core supporters, the white working class, to see themselves as victims. But there’s also one serious flaw in his strategy. Somebody is bound to notice at some point that if party affiliation is the sole or even primary cause of bad outcomes, the Grand Old Party has some serious explaining to do of its own.

What states have produced the least educated populace? That would be Mississippi and West Virginia. They are governed by Republicans. Which has the greatest percentage of people living below the poverty line? There is Mississippi again. Mississippi hasn’t had a Democratic governor in two decades. Alabama, Arkansas, South Dakota, Oklahoma, that’s not just a list of states where the GOP has a lock on statewide elected office, it also happens to be a partial list of states with the highest infant mortality rates. You name the measure of prosperity, education, health and well-being and chances are a state with a Republican governor and usually a Republican-controlled legislature have the worst outcomes.

And here’s what really ought to get those conservative wags fuming. It’s not just that these “red” states are failing, it’s that they are taking in federal tax dollars much faster than their “blue” counterparts. Earlier this summer, the website WalletHub did a study of states based on how much they collectively pay in federal taxes versus how much they receive in return in the form of federal aid. What states are running the biggest deficits (getting far more out of Uncle Sam then they give)? The top 10 include Mississippi (of course), West Virginia, Alaska, South Carolina, Indiana, Arizona and Wyoming. All have Republican governors and Republican-controlled state legislatures. Just three on that list, New Mexico, Montana and Kentucky, have a Democratic governor (with Montana and Kentucky having GOP-controlled legislative branches).

 


 

 


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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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4 minutes ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

And yet no marxist or communist policies exist.

Oh really?

How did we get the federal reserve (not really federal, and no reserves), or the income tax? How about property taxes? or the death tax? I know there's more, but to tired to go on.

I'm going to have to take a look at the communist manifesto, and see just how far these progressive/marxists you're so enamored with have gotten.

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20 minutes ago, HipKat said:

If ‘Democrat-run’ cities are a problem, what about costly GOP-run states?

If there was one clear theme to emerge from the Republican National Convention, it was President Donald Trump’s firmly-held belief that whatever ails American cities is the fault of Democratic control. In some ways, his attack last year on Baltimore as “disgusting, rat and rodent infested” was just a warm-up. Now, he’s calling himself the “law and order” candidate and in his acceptance speech vowed to crack down on “rioting, looting, arson and violence we have seen in Democrat-run cities.” In other words, he is pursuing just another variation on his long-running, pre-COVID-19 narrative that none of the problems facing cities stems from systemic racism or police misconduct or concentrated poverty or the war on drugs or the neglect of cities by the federal government, it’s all because the various mayors and council members have a “D” after their names. To put it even more simply, one-party rule is the cause of bad outcomes, not extenuating circumstances or even gun-toting counter-protesting teens itching for a fight.

That’s a convenient point of view for a Republican president seeking reelection at a time of national calamity and personal failure. If President Trump has a skill, it’s distracting his followers and shifting blame away from himself. The convenience of this viewpoint is clear: It allows him not to talk against racism but to spout it and even encourages his core supporters, the white working class, to see themselves as victims. But there’s also one serious flaw in his strategy. Somebody is bound to notice at some point that if party affiliation is the sole or even primary cause of bad outcomes, the Grand Old Party has some serious explaining to do of its own.

What states have produced the least educated populace? That would be Mississippi and West Virginia. They are governed by Republicans. Which has the greatest percentage of people living below the poverty line? There is Mississippi again. Mississippi hasn’t had a Democratic governor in two decades. Alabama, Arkansas, South Dakota, Oklahoma, that’s not just a list of states where the GOP has a lock on statewide elected office, it also happens to be a partial list of states with the highest infant mortality rates. You name the measure of prosperity, education, health and well-being and chances are a state with a Republican governor and usually a Republican-controlled legislature have the worst outcomes.

And here’s what really ought to get those conservative wags fuming. It’s not just that these “red” states are failing, it’s that they are taking in federal tax dollars much faster than their “blue” counterparts. Earlier this summer, the website WalletHub did a study of states based on how much they collectively pay in federal taxes versus how much they receive in return in the form of federal aid. What states are running the biggest deficits (getting far more out of Uncle Sam then they give)? The top 10 include Mississippi (of course), West Virginia, Alaska, South Carolina, Indiana, Arizona and Wyoming. All have Republican governors and Republican-controlled state legislatures. Just three on that list, New Mexico, Montana and Kentucky, have a Democratic governor (with Montana and Kentucky having GOP-controlled legislative branches).


 

What people really need to understand is that dollar is collapsing fast, and they better prepare. How many politicians from either side, are talking about this?

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1 hour ago, jamsim67 said:

What people really need to understand is that dollar is collapsing fast, and they better prepare. How many politicians from either side, are talking about this?

Why are you changing the topic?


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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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6 hours ago, HipKat said:

Why are you changing the topic?

I didn't change the topic, just another point to the topic.

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8 hours ago, HipKat said:

If ‘Democrat-run’ cities are a problem, what about costly GOP-run states?

If there was one clear theme to emerge from the Republican National Convention, it was President Donald Trump’s firmly-held belief that whatever ails American cities is the fault of Democratic control. In some ways, his attack last year on Baltimore as “disgusting, rat and rodent infested” was just a warm-up. Now, he’s calling himself the “law and order” candidate and in his acceptance speech vowed to crack down on “rioting, looting, arson and violence we have seen in Democrat-run cities.” In other words, he is pursuing just another variation on his long-running, pre-COVID-19 narrative that none of the problems facing cities stems from systemic racism or police misconduct or concentrated poverty or the war on drugs or the neglect of cities by the federal government, it’s all because the various mayors and council members have a “D” after their names. To put it even more simply, one-party rule is the cause of bad outcomes, not extenuating circumstances or even gun-toting counter-protesting teens itching for a fight.

That’s a convenient point of view for a Republican president seeking reelection at a time of national calamity and personal failure. If President Trump has a skill, it’s distracting his followers and shifting blame away from himself. The convenience of this viewpoint is clear: It allows him not to talk against racism but to spout it and even encourages his core supporters, the white working class, to see themselves as victims. But there’s also one serious flaw in his strategy. Somebody is bound to notice at some point that if party affiliation is the sole or even primary cause of bad outcomes, the Grand Old Party has some serious explaining to do of its own.

What states have produced the least educated populace? That would be Mississippi and West Virginia. They are governed by Republicans. Which has the greatest percentage of people living below the poverty line? There is Mississippi again. Mississippi hasn’t had a Democratic governor in two decades. Alabama, Arkansas, South Dakota, Oklahoma, that’s not just a list of states where the GOP has a lock on statewide elected office, it also happens to be a partial list of states with the highest infant mortality rates. You name the measure of prosperity, education, health and well-being and chances are a state with a Republican governor and usually a Republican-controlled legislature have the worst outcomes.

And here’s what really ought to get those conservative wags fuming. It’s not just that these “red” states are failing, it’s that they are taking in federal tax dollars much faster than their “blue” counterparts. Earlier this summer, the website WalletHub did a study of states based on how much they collectively pay in federal taxes versus how much they receive in return in the form of federal aid. What states are running the biggest deficits (getting far more out of Uncle Sam then they give)? The top 10 include Mississippi (of course), West Virginia, Alaska, South Carolina, Indiana, Arizona and Wyoming. All have Republican governors and Republican-controlled state legislatures. Just three on that list, New Mexico, Montana and Kentucky, have a Democratic governor (with Montana and Kentucky having GOP-controlled legislative branches).


 

They all distract, both sides, It's the system. What do you think the corona hoax was/is for? And then there's 5G thing, that they conveniently slipped through the cracks without any testing. And all under the convenient cover of KAOS.

Thanks to both sides of the isle, this country is broke. And they continue to spend money that we don't have. Where's that going to get us? And why don't the majority recognize this? Because they are easily distracted, and have no clue what a fiat currency is and what it does to a country.

These people do not work for us, and they don't represent us. And that includes Ruth.

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8 hours ago, jamsim67 said:

Oh really?

How did we get the federal reserve (not really federal, and no reserves), or the income tax? How about property taxes? or the death tax? I know there's more, but to tired to go on.

I'm going to have to take a look at the communist manifesto, and see just how far these progressive/marxists you're so enamored with have gotten.

So the majority of the developed world is marxist?/communist in your opinion? Lmao

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1 hour ago, jamsim67 said:

I didn't change the topic, just another point to the topic.

No, you changed the subject as soon as I pointed out the economic conditions in Red States. YOU said conditions are better in Red States, I showed where you're wrong and you changed the subject.

 

Pretty weak, bro. Pretty weak.

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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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20 hours ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

Nope. Maybe when progressives take over the democratic party.

Not even then.


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10 hours ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

So the majority of the developed world is marxist?/communist in your opinion? Lmao

I know you are. And calling yourself a progressive doesn’t change that fact. Just another name for the same damn thing.  So yeah, let’s give more control to the state, then everything will be better. 

lmao


 

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10 hours ago, HipKat said:

No, you changed the subject as soon as I pointed out the economic conditions in Red States. YOU said conditions are better in Red States, I showed where you're wrong and you changed the subject.

Pretty weak, bro. Pretty weak.

Conditions are better because BLM, and Antifa are not getting a free pass to march through the red states like they do in the blue.  

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Conditions are better because BLM, and Antifa are not getting a free pass to march through the red states like they do in the blue.  

Dude, the subject is about over all conditions. Red States are a financial blight on the rest of the country


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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1 hour ago, jamsim67 said:

I know you are. And calling yourself a progressive doesn’t change that fact. Just another name for the same damn thing.  So yeah, let’s give more control to the state, then everything will be better. 

lmao


 

So you're just going to dodge that question? Lol


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2 hours ago, HipKat said:

Dude, the subject is about over all conditions. Red States are a financial blight on the rest of the country

So, people being safer on the streets in Republican run cities doesn’t count? If it came down to it, and it might, I would rather live in a broke Republican run state, than in a broke Democrat state ... it’s safer.

This country is in a severe debt crisis, where all they want to do is break the back of the dollar.  Does it really matter which state is in more debt, when they all have the same goal? 
 

 

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15 minutes ago, jamsim67 said:

So, people being safer on the streets in Republican run cities doesn’t count? If it came down to it, and it might, I would rather live in a broke Republican run state, than in a broke Democrat state ... it’s safer.

This country is in a severe debt crisis, where all they want to do is break the back of the dollar.  Does it really matter which state is in more debt, when they all have the same goal? 
 

Just admit you changed the subject and move on


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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13 minutes ago, HipKat said:

Just admit you changed the subject and move on

And dodged my question because it makes him look like.an idiot.

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