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  • lonesome_polecatt lonesome_polecatt Sep 4, 2013 11:00 PM Flag

    The messiah and his glassy eyed followers think government services come out of thin air.

    And who paid for all of those public systems? Do people on welfare, like the socialists on this BBS pay for them? No. People who create wealth pay for all of our public works and services. Without wealth there is nothing but mud roads and no services.

    Taxes pay for government services and who pays taxes? The wealthy pay about 70% of these taxes and the people they employ and pay a salary, pay the rest of the taxes.

    These services, unlike the messiah and his useful fools believe, don't come out of thin air.

    Tell me where I'm wrong. Tell me where government gets its money and who provides this money if not businesses and their salaried employees.

    I know it will be impossible for the loons on the left but please try and stay on topic.

    I was going to ask another question but their attention span is so short. I don't think they can handle it. As it is they refuse to give direct answers to simple questions, like why won't the messiah help his brother? I have never gotten a straight answer to that horribly complicated question.

    Sentiment: Sell

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    • Re: "...As it is they refuse to give direct answers to simple questions, like why won't the messiah help his brother? I have never gotten a straight answer to that horribly complicated question."

      Not so, poleo. I have previously stated the au contraire simpler question: Is he not also your brother, as well, (and it would be especially so if were an evangelical Christian or any kind of Christian) and why aren't you, yourself, helping him?

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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