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  • willbya99 willbya99 Nov 3, 2008 12:25 AM Flag

    iroc u roll is a fool and a liberal which is redundant

    He wants all the government benefits and wants everyone else to pay for them. He feels free to call people names because he has nothing and never will. He hates rich people because they represent all his failure and how much he hates his daddy for ........

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    • Here's what I'm Pissed about: Everytime you try to have a discussion about taxation, the "right" goes off saying that "yeah, just give up 25% of your stock to lazy people". WTF is that all about. Did I propose that? Did Obama? I'm sick of trying to discuss taxation with people who think it is inherntly evil. Well, how are we going to pay for the massive GOP deficit? How are we going to fund two wars? How are we going to support our troops without money. How are we going to fund this bailout for Wall Street? Are you Republicans just going to print money? You have run this country for 8 years and run it into the ground and now you are crying that your taxes might go up a little. Well they HAVE too to pay for all the ruin you have laid on this country.

      I apologize for the rude comment. I had just read that idiot's post asking me where I live and he's going to mess me up or whatever the angry, crabby right wing nuts do when they are frustrated.

      HOwver there is a difference between saying F off and just calling someone out on a message board using a screen name.

      I've apologized to you. I won't apologize for my positions. And speaking of two faced, I've never seen a politician pander so badly to the right and sell out his own beliefs more than John McCain has to get where he is now. I considered voting for him when he ran against bush the first time in 2000 (and if he won the nomination) but after his sell out and nominating his incredibly unqualified running mate< he"s lost a lot of votes> Keep voting GOP. I guess the country isn't f'd up enough yet for you.

    • Takes a real man to call someone out like that when I can't look you in your eye and speak to you. Typical of your kind, cowardly. I have plenty. I make a six figure salary, have two science degrees, have voted Republican in the past and love this country and own quite a bit of this stock, that's why I'm here. That is why I cannot vote for the current GOP. They have failed this country, miserably. Good luck with that hate thing. Should serve you well in your life.

    • The term "liberal" means someone who looks ahead and not behind, someone who welcomes new ideas without rigid reactions, someone who cares about the welfare of the people -- their health, their housing, their schools, their jobs, their civil rights, and their civil liberties -- someone who believes we can break through the stalemate and suspicions that grip us in the failed Bush administration policies in the Middle East especially including Iraq.

      Liberals believe in human dignity as the source of national purpose, in human liberty as the source of national action, in the human heart as the source of national compassion, and in the human mind as the source of our invention and our ideas. Faith in our fellow citizens as individuals and as people lies at the heart of the liberal faith. For liberalism is not so much a party creed or set of fixed platform promises as it is an attitude of mind and heart, a faith in man's ability through the experiences of his reason and judgment to increase for himself and his fellow men the amount of justice and freedom and brotherhood which all human life deserves.

      Liberals believe also in the United States of America, in the promise that it contains and has contained throughout our history of producing a society so abundant and creative and so free and responsible that it cannot only fulfill the aspirations of its citizens, but serve equally well as a beacon for all mankind. Liberals do not believe in a superstate. We see no magic in tax dollars which are sent to Washington and then returned. We abhor the waste, incompetence, and corruption of the federal bureaucracies in the Bush administration as none other before it. We do not favor state compulsion when voluntary individual effort can do the job and do it well. But I believe in a government which acts, which exercises its full powers and full responsibilities. Government is an art and a precious obligation; and when it has a job to do, liberals believe it should do it. And this requires not only great ends but that we propose concrete means of achieving them.
      Our responsibility is not discharged by announcement of virtuous ends. Our responsibility is to achieve these objectives with social invention, with political skill, and executive vigor. For these reasons liberalism is our best and only hope in the world today. For the liberal society is a free society, and it is at the same time and for that reason a strong society. Its strength is drawn from the will of free people committed to great ends and peacefully striving to meet them. Only liberalism, in short, can repair our national power, restore our national purpose, and liberate our national energies.

      I am proud to be a “liberal”.

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