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Old 09-13-2011, 02:06 PM   #11
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If you did have the green thing, why did you switch away from reusing glass bottles, line drying, washable diapers, etc?
i'll take that as a rhetorical question. at least it's better than the alternative.
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Old 09-13-2011, 02:13 PM   #12
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job killing legislation in the form of regulation...
http://dailycaller.com/2011/04/19/th...1-75-trillion/

fear not however, the jobs are coming
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WOOO right wing political BS. I'm out of this thread.
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FAR right rather
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Old 09-13-2011, 03:39 PM   #15
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actually i'm a center right independent voter...

i believe:
1)every citizen deserves healthcare...if they pay for it
2)in welfare...so long as those on it cannot vote, own a cell phone or computer, and can pass a drug test
3)in immigration...LEGAL immigration
4)in pro choice...let the infant "choose" when he/she is old enough
5)in govt regulation...the common sense, non-politically motivated kind
6)and most certainly that vehicle choice should have more stringent tax/fee implications outside of business need

if we could take the politics out of politics, maybe the US could return to prominence. won't hold my breath on that one tho!

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c)a warning PM be sent?
or d)all the above?

HC and Jay, is still love you guys, i just cant let a wrongful label go unanswered
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Nope, sound just like a right-winger with plenty of Social Conservative flavor, who believes themselves to be a Libertarian. I hate when people cannot recognize their own political bias, or are arrogant enough to believe that their political bias is a moderate or centrist viewpoint.

I would respond further in-depth to your individual statements, but I am fairly certain I have exceeded the forum's guidelines for political discussion at this point, therefore I will stop.

I was just saying, it would be nice if discussions of electric or solar power were about electric or solar power, not government policy, economic points of view promoted by conservative, libertarian or liberal think tanks, or anything else in that spectrum. After all, it is just part of forum rules..... I understand that I am a new member, but still......
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I wasn't aware this was a political forum.
Indeed. It is not, and political discussion is not allowed.
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