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  • lonesome_polecatt lonesome_polecatt Sep 1, 2012 12:57 PM Flag

    How come the loony left believe it's evil to succeed in the US?

     

    Doesn't that make the socialist on this board who are invested in ACTC and want it to succeed and make filthy lucre, hypocrites for cursing Mitt Romney because he is a success? Why is it OK for ACTC to succeed and make a profit, which to socialists is immoral, but not OK for Bain to make a profit?

    How come it's all right for the Kennedys and the Rockefellers not to have worked a day in their lives and they are heroes of the Socialist Party but it's not OK for Ann Romney to be a stay home mom?

    I don't expect logical answers from the illogical.

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    • Surely you must be a high school student, or somewhat slightly older still living at home. Your unpleasantness is Hall of Fame. You must have gotten a long weekend out from under your rock.

    • lonesome is los locos. Just when you thought he'd left, he crawls back out from his rock. I see that he still has not learned his definitions. Oh well.....sigh

    • Sorry to deny the illogical...but here is an "illogical" answer. "Success" is only celebrated when a lib becomes wealthy by doing nothing like winning a nobel peace prize, stopping the rise of the ocean, "healing the earth", writing a fantasy "autobiography", and sharing "dreams" from a phanthom father. Bill C. said it well, about the life of fantasy that became hope and change!

      Libs NEVER build success, they are only successfull as a by product of a successful event or environment, albeit fantasy(actors etc) and crookery(political bundlers - SOLYNDRA etc.)

 
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