How much of your brain do they suck out when you join?

Posted by: Barthélemy Barbancourt

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The unions are in the process of killing yet another business.

The United States Postal Service has long lived on the financial edge, but it has never been as close to the precipice as it is today: the agency is so low on cash that it will not be able to make a $5.5 billion payment due this month and may have to shut down entirely this winter unless Congress takes emergency action to stabilize its finances.

At the same time, decades of contractual promises made to unionized workers, including no-layoff clauses, are increasing the post office’s costs. Labor represents 80 percent of the agency’s expenses, compared with 53 percent at United Parcel Service and 32 percent at FedEx, its two biggest private competitors. Postal workers also receive more generous health benefits than most other federal employees.

The post office’s powerful unions are angry and alarmed about the planned layoffs. “We’re going to fight this and we’re going to fight it hard,” said Cliff Guffey, president of the American Postal Workers Union, which represents 207,000 mail sorters and post office clerks. “It’s illegal for them to abrogate our contract.”

Just how retarded do you have to be to defend a the status quo when a company is going bankrupt? The best move for the Post Office is bankruptcy. They can dump the union contracts and restructure with a non-union work force. Anything else is postponing the inevitable and feeding the delusions of union morons (I was going to type "retard" but I decided to be nice today) like Cliff Guffey.

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Woody
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written by Woody , September 05, 2011

The POst Office in my neighborhood is being sold and re-opened as an Islamic Center. The anti-government mantra is not what I heard the Tea-Baggers imported from Blaine and Circle Pines screamng about at the most recent Planning Commission meeting. You should have heard them howl until their microphones were cut off.


 tim-The Dyslexic Blogger
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written by tim-The Dyslexic Blogger , September 06, 2011

Just got to love the moronic left; they never seem to be able to have an argument over facts or even just a discussion of any subject with out getting stupid and start calling names or talking about there life style in an open blog. Kinda like Woody does a lot so Woody will you please refrain talking about your life style when you are on the blog or is that to hard for you to do.


Woody
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written by Woody , September 06, 2011

Blow me Timmy. I was not talking about my "lifestyle"; I was on topic talking about the dire financial condition of the Post Office and the results it is having locally. I don't know how to respond to the Barts fear of Unions so I won't.


jk noreen
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written by jokin , September 06, 2011

"The anti-government mantra is not what I heard the Tea-Baggers..."

Tim, I believe you detected a tell, but the fractured syntax of "Woody's" comment suggests a guest appearance by somebody else like, say, Woody's slightly gayer brother.
Apparently residing in Blaine and Circle Pines is some knd of anti-hetero slur?



jk noreen
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written by jokin , September 06, 2011

"Blow me Timmy" I think I detected yet another tell. This is argument-carrying discourse at its finest.


 tim-The Dyslexic Blogger
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written by tim-The Dyslexic Blogger , September 06, 2011

"I heard the Tea-Baggers imported from Blaine and Circle Pines screamng about at the most recent Planning Commission meeting"

"Blow me Timmy"
So far Knot head is talking about his life style and nothing else I'm sorry woody but your being a homosexual really has nothing to do with the topic being discussed so I really wish you would stay on topic your life style is your own dame business and really has no place on this blog. As far as im concerned I don't give a dame what you do in your bedroom just keep it to your self please



Woody
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written by Woody , September 06, 2011

Timmy - You know absolutely nothing about my lifestyle. My request for you to blow me was not for my enjoyment but rather yours. I am actually more into the "dame business" as you suggest; not men. As I mentioned before, I was on topic. If you disagree with what I said, let's debate the issue. If you have nothing to debate, then walk away quietly. Did you have something in particular you which to discuss regarding my quote that you inserted in your comment? I'm glad you don't give a dame about what I do in my bedrooom because it's non of your damn business.


Elmer
ugly
written by Elmer , September 06, 2011

Woody, please lay off the personal stuff with Tim. So he screws up his typing, big deal. Review the name he uses for himself. And you really didn't make an argument, you just laid out an insinuation. I assume you were suggesting that the Blaine and CP people were all anti-muslim racists, but maybe it was going somewhere else. How about something of substance for a change instead of a drive-by insult? And,incidentally, the anti-gay shit is illiberal of you. It doesn't bother me when someone who knows absolutely nothing about me says such a thing in a blog comment. Why are you so sensitive? Seriously.


Nobody
Woodhead
written by Nobody , September 06, 2011

It's Tim or Timothy, get it clear. His name, his call. Your homosexuality has little to do with this arguement. Like you said it is truly none of my damn business. This is about unions and thier destruction of our country. I'm going to state again my view that you are antifreedom, anti-market, anti-american. If I as an employer, don't want or need your service anymore, may I fire your lazy homosexual ass? If I can't I am not free.

FDR gave the upper hand to the unions and they have systematicaly ruined bidness, airlines, car Cos, the list goes on and on. All you can do is deflect valid arguments and offer no solutions. Have a good day!



Woody
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written by Woody , September 06, 2011

I'm not anti-gay Elmer. I was just pointing out that I was not gay. FYI, I do have gay friends and co-workers whom I get along with swimmingly. I am also married and have a great family. I don't enjoy getting personal with Tim but it's a challenge not to when he starts off with shit like "moronic left, stupid, knot head and homosexual. I will ignore this in the future as I have done with another here who also recently made light of typos. Why don't you address this too if you want to be consistent. Sorry if you took offense Elmer.


Woody
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written by Woody , September 06, 2011

Nobody - And my name is Woody not Knot Head; get the picture. Seems to be a bit of a double standard here and a bit of Timothy coddling. That's ok, I won't be sensitive about this smilies/smiley.gif. Anything else about the Post Office before we move on?


Elmer
yes
written by Elmer , September 06, 2011

what was the point?


Woody
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written by Woody , September 06, 2011

I believe it had something to do with the Unions being the anti-Christ, retarded or something. However, is it the Unions that are slowly killing the post office or the mandated pension fund. I'm not sure but this video of Ed Schultz and Cliff Guffey that I stumbled upon gives you something to think about rather than slamming unions for the sake of slamming unions. BTW, after viewing the video, I'm not sure that I'll send anything fragile using thje USPS again.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KySKsH9uDaE



Jonny Texas
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written by Jonny Texas , September 06, 2011

Really? The best that you can come up with is that you can call Woody a fag? Are you serious?

You want to call the left idea bankrupt and make fun of him because he is a supporter. Sure.

You want to point out the bumbling efforts that the president has made to create jobs and challenge Woody to defend the man he thinks is best for the job. I am gonna check back a few times a day.

You want to humiliate him for his support of Ellison's race baiting rhetoric? I might even help out.

You want to promote Michelle Bachmann in the face of his opposition? Well, I might just help him on that one.

All I ask is that you use logic, well constructed arguments, and relevant information. Leave the schoolyard shit for school aged kids and let the adults talk.

Don't get me wrong, I believe that Woody is wrong WAY more often than he is right, but if I think he is wrong I will challenge him on facts not bullshit challenges to his manhood. Please bring your "A" game and challenge him with facts and proof not middle school recess bullshit. All I am asking for is intelligent reasoned debate as I can find name calling on a million other sites and I fear that if Anti-strib devolves into that I will have one less site to go to.

Back to the subject. The truth is that the common good (in respect to labor protections) is only served when all sides are in balance. Forcing states to pull union dues is crap as that is not their business, running state services is. If unions are so great for the workers they should be clamoring to join and pay their dues since they are gaining so much benefit from joining and having their voices heard. Forcing workers to pay dues regardless if they feel that unions are representing their best interest is blatantly wrong according to the first amendment. The first amendment's freedom of association cuts both ways and should prevent unions from creating defacto taxes upon workers who disagree with their points of view. "Taxation without representation" has been a call to arms in this country for a long time, I fail to see why this is any different.

Woody, I am unsure about what your video evidence is supposed to prove other than postal employees are shitty at handling mail. Cliff Guffy is a poor spokesman for he postal worker. The reason that the postal service has to pay so much into it's retirement accounts is the fact that under current contracts it's accounts are woefully underfunded and they are having to catch up so that the taxpayer isn't on the hook for the retirement funds (http://www.forbes.com/2009/01/...chrum.html). The problem is that the PO employees are not really federal employees but wink-wink nudge-nudge they are, just like Fanny and Freddy are not covered by a federal solvency guarantees wink-wink nudge-nudge. The Supreme Court has ruled that governments cannot discharge their pension obligations so we are gonna be fucked if/when they collapse under a changing business environment.

I can prove that Mr. Guffy is either stupid or deliberately deceitful by pointing out the claim that he makes at the 5:24 mark when he either confuses or misrepresents (whether you believe that he is deceitful or merely stupid) revenue for profit as a indication of financial health of an organization. How much you bring in is irrelevant, profitability is based on what you collect in excess of your expenditures. I am 100% sure that GM was bringing in billions in revenue per quarter when it's balance sheets were just bleeding red ink and it was on the fast track to insolvency.

The piece also specifically says that the mandate for the catch-up payments was congressional mandated. Do I really need to research the makeup of the congress in 2006 and the distribution of union campaign contributions? I will if I have to.



jk noreen
Jonny Texas
written by jokin , September 07, 2011

Thanks for your welcome analysis of the actual, of course, anyone that would use Ed Schultz to help bolster his argument was mere child's play for you!

Back to your first point--

I believe this eloquent argument by Woodrow got the ball rolling in this topic:

"The anti-government mantra is not what I heard the {{{{TEA-BAGGERS}}}} imported from Blaine and Circle Pines screamng about at the most recent Planning Commission meeting. You should have heard them howl until their microphones were cut off."

And of course, the ever-pithy, yet snappy, put-down really set the Antistrib discourse at "Firing Line" levels, levels that would make William F Buckley proud as punch:

"Blow me Timmy"

So the two gay slurs in two consecutive posts were the best that Woody could come up with. Virtually all counter-points to Woody's assertions since his arrival at Antistrib have been substantive and have had some enjoyable jocularity with Woody getting an occasional lefty, but evidenced-backed, talking point on the table, which usually lasts until the weight of the evidence against his viewpoint and the vapidity of Woody's arguments causes him to deflect, personally insult or skulk away, awaiting his next attack on Bart, usually of a personal nature. Given that as his usual MO, if you check all of Woody's posts for September 6 in all topic areas, it was definitely not his "A" game. In fact, I stand by my suppostion, given some sloppy posting: that today's "Woody" at times was someone else posting under his name (ala "Al Gore").






Woody
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written by Woody , September 07, 2011

JT. Don't trouble yourself researching the makeup of Congress in 2006 as it's quite clear who passed this pension obligation onto the USPS. Regarding the Forbes article, I would welcome someone coming forward with a plan to privatize this service if it would relieve the Federal Government of this albatross. Sometimes I think mass mailing contracts are the only thing keeping the USPS alive and I could live without the junk mail to be honest. It hurts me that you think I am wrong WAY more often than I am right. Tear smilies/smiley.gif



Jonny Texas
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written by Jonny Texas , September 07, 2011

"Teabagger" and "blow me" are gay slurs? Infantile I can see, but anti gay?

I read them as being reflections of his frustration at the dumb things being said by the "allies" of the left. I can also see them as the retort to Bart's editorial. It was stupid, but teabagger was directed at no one in particular but the tea party as a pejorative minor insult, and "blow me" was directed at Tim who insinuated that he was gay. I fail to see how you can pick up as one being an anti gay slur and the other as being an observation.

To all you defenders of the downtrodden, how about some consistency? Who's gonna call Bart out for his "Just how retarded do you have to be" and "delusions of union morons (I was going to type "retard" but I decided to be nice today) like Cliff Guffey.
" as being a slur against the mentally handicapped? I remember that we had some folks get uptight about that too.

I am just trying to defend the anti-strib from descending into a flame site. leave the name calling for the protesters, lets get some good arguments that provoke thought and make people think about their own and other people's viewpoints. like it or not, without having people on here that you disagree with would make this a boring place not worth visiting.




Jonny Texas
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written by Jonny Texas , September 07, 2011

Now back to the reason that I am here.

"Sometimes I think mass mailing contracts are the only thing keeping the USPS alive and I could live without the junk mail to be honest." I agree and yest it is the only reason that they are still around. Their business changed around them as they slowly plodded forward and they got left behind. The only reason that they are still around is the fact that they have such a huge first mover advantage because of all of the capital that has been invested in their infrastructure makes it almost impossible for a rival to overtake their whole revenue stream.

They are operating a systems created and optimized to conduct correspondence in the 17th century and that is all they do. This is one of my favorites and illustrates the problem facing the post office, creative destruction.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7rvupKipmY&feature=related

My apologies if you have seen this already.



Nobody
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written by Nobody , September 07, 2011

The concept of a gov't aid to communication was to help commerce. It worked before the advent of the telegraph. We've come along a bit since then. FDR warned about public sector unions and the USPS is at the high point, no layoff contracts and uber retirements. As usual the taxpayer is on the hook.

Heres a point, what about the constitutional construct of the mail service?



Woody
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written by Woody , September 07, 2011

Great clip Jonny. I'll have to add this movie to my watch list.

Who's gonna call out Bart for the use of the word retard? I've done that many times in the past and it only results in an increase in his use of the word. A badge of honor perhaps? I don't know but he relishes in the use of this word to cut down those he disagrees with and I'm content to let him wallow in the mire unfettered.

In the event of a collapse of the USPS who will fill the void? I've heard a number of comparisons to UPS and FedEx but, the last time I checked, they don't deliver letters in 2-3 days for $0.44. Until someting or someone in the private sector can develop the infrastructure to fulfill this service, there will always be a need for the USPS. The only solution I foresee is an increase in the postal rate and mass mailing contract fees and a consolidation of post offices and selling of unnecessary structures and other holdings. The country can ill afford to lay off 110,000 postal employees. Time for Congress and the President to get off their asses, put their political differences aside and get something done. Let's see what kind of ideas are thrown out there tonight and tomorrow night.



Jonny Texas
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written by Jonny Texas , September 07, 2011

The rest of the movie isn't all that great (3.5/5 stars tops) basically Wall-street with better jokes, that clip however is priceless. Rising share of a shrinking market, like personal correspondence for example.................... Priceless

"In the event of a collapse of the USPS who will fill the void?". Exactly. They gained a monopoly situation with taxpayer support and capital to amass a MASSIVE first mover advantage. It could be done for less than .44, but the capital outlay and competition for an established brand would kill anyone trying to do so. let them raise the rates to the moon for all I care. The second that UPS or Fed Ex could do it and make money they would invest and kill the USPS. With all of the practical experience those two companies have in their logistical support divisions they would be able to crush the USPS in a fair fight. The problem is who would guarantee the fair fight?

There are successful examples of postal systems moving to free enterprise and becoming competitive. Look at Bundespost the German post office. When it was privatized it was the largest employer in Germany. This was successfully accomplished even with strong union protections found in that country. If it can work there it can work here.

The current administration has shown itself willing and able to set precedent and established law aside to restructure large organizations and browbeat unions into line to get them to accept terms. Would it work? I don't have a clue. Would it be better than it is now? I think that they could fuck it up pretty badly and not have it turn out all that much worse than it already is.



Barthélemy Barbancourt
Retards!
written by Barthélemy Barbancourt , September 07, 2011

I am amazed that it took people so look to point out that Tea Bagger is a gay slur. As the Woodman is a Man, to suck on the sack of another man would be a homosexual act. Should some hot chick savor your sack it's usually called ball licking not Tea Bagging.

As for "retard" I have tried to cut back but it's hard for two reasons.

1. I am 45 and people my age and younger never used "retard" for kids in special Ed. We learned terms like disabled and special needs. Retard was always an insult along the lines of mother fucker and cock sucker, other insults that exist more as allusions than reality.

2. Some things are so fucking stupid that moronic just doesn't' seem to cover it. Just as "nigger" is so superlative to Jungle Bunny or Porch Monkey; retard really cuts to the core. Now that both are insults are going out of style, I'd say it's more a loss for our language than anything PC has gained.



Barthélemy Barbancourt
So what would you call this?
written by Barthélemy Barbancourt , September 07, 2011

"Just how XXX do you have to be to defend a the status quo when a company is going bankrupt?"

The company you work for is going broke and you are asking for raises? That is insanely out of touch for one, but surely there is some other mental order at work. Some serious reality disassociation disorder maybe?

So if this isn't a sign of mental retardation, what is it?



Woody
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written by Woody , September 07, 2011

Poor business acumen perhaps but not mental retardation. You really should try and eliminate this term from your banter. As for tea-bagging being a homosexual act, I'm not aware of that. In some select bars in Northern MN teabagging was an act where one would leave his drink to go to the mens room or the pay phone and one of his foolish friends would take their "boys" for a quick swim in the subjects cocktail. Good fun huh but purely hetero!


jk noreen
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written by jokin , September 07, 2011

"The country can ill afford to lay off 110,000 postal employees."

Reminds of the old lawyer joke: Q) What would you call 5000 lawyers at the bottom of the ocean? A) A GOOD START!!!

"Poor business acumen perhaps but not mental retardation. You really should try and eliminate this term from your banter. As for tea-bagging being a homosexual act, I'm not aware of that."

Ed would be so proud of your use of his patented righteous, yet passive-agressive hypocrisy. After all, ignorance is not a defense for attacking a whole group of mainstream American people as deviant and perverse...oh wait, both of you have been using the ignorance excuse for years...so, nevermind.



"Time for Congress and the President to get off their asses, put their political differences aside and get something done."

The mandate for "getting something done" was set by the voters in the last election. The compromising needs to done by the losers, not the winners. All Obama had to do was open the history books to: "Bill Clinton's presidency, 1995-1996". Compromising gave him a second term in office.


"Let's see what kind of ideas are thrown out there tonight and tomorrow night."

Obama's own braintrust is already admitting nothing new will be offered by the One- just reduxes of his previous proven failures.




 tim-The Dyslexic Blogger
Thanks Jokin
written by tim-The Dyslexic Blogger , September 07, 2011

At least some on sees what I was getting at. Just like any other moronic response from the left as of late they have no argument or counter point to bring up about the Tea Party's activity's so they start digging a hole to China and calling names because they can’t offer any argument to counter the facts that are brought up.

That is why I was bringing up the comparison of Woody's arguments as an outlet of his life style. Ever since the current resident of the peoples house moved in three years ago the vitriol of trying to beat down the people that are finally vocalizing their opposition to the direction this administration is dragging the country from every level and office there is not argument of facts its all an attempt to make the opposition a non factor by calling names ie. Tea Baggers, or calling us terrorist and racist.

When a state senator and a member of the administration start calling Americans terrorist just because they use their right to peaceable assemble, and voice there displease of the people that are there to represent the voters, or when they cram laws down our thoughts that violate the Construction, or how about when the president just decides to not enforce laws that he doesn’t like or just plain thinks are wrong, Last time I checked this was still a Republic not a dictatorship.

So when Woody doesn’t what to play nice I'm going to point it out like I said in another thread the only place I know of that you can find Tea Baggers is over at Loring Park, and if he is talking about them it must be because of his lifestyle. I never out right called him anything I made an inference (a conclusion drawn from evidence or reasoning).



Barthélemy Barbancourt
Homos up North
written by Barthélemy Barbancourt , September 07, 2011

If you are in a bar where you can whip out your sack to soak in a drink while your buddy is in the bathroom, you are probably in a gay bar. Just because the guy is wearing flannel, doesn't mean that his isn't into pounding ass.

Something tells me Woody is more familiar with the Grizzly bears than he'd like to admit.

From Wiki:"Bears tend to have hairy bodies and facial hair; some are heavy-set or muscular; some project an image of rugged masculinity in their grooming and appearance, though none of these are requirements or unique indicators. Some bears place importance on presenting a hypermasculine image and may shun interaction with, and even disdain, men who exhibit effeminacy.[1] The bear concept can function as an identity, an affiliation, and an ideal to live up to, and there is ongoing debate in bear communities about what constitutes a bear, however a consensus exists that inclusion is an important part of the bear community.[2][3]

Bears are almost always gay or bisexual men. Increasingly, transgender or transsexual men (trans men) and those who shun labels for gender and sexuality are also included within bear communities."

Plus I call BS, if Tea Bagger is an innocent hetro prank, why did Woody use it as an insult. When I call my gay friends a cock sucker, I'm just stating facts; but for my hetro-friends, it's an insult.

Woody is definitely a graduate of the Ed Salden school of passive aggression.



Woody
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written by Woody , September 07, 2011

Tim you seem very curious about my lifestyle for some reason. I hope this is not an onset of infatuation and, if so, I'll let you know right now I am not interested. What new arguments are you bringing up with your most recent comment? I really don't see anything substantial there.

"Ever since the current resident of the peoples house moved in three years ago the vitriol of trying to beat down the people that are finally vocalizing their opposition to the direction this administration is dragging the country from every level and office there is not argument of facts its all an attempt to make the opposition a non factor by calling names ie. Tea Baggers, or calling us terrorist and racist." The vitriol is only coming from the "left" is this correct Tim? You can't be serioous. The vitriol is massive and it is coming from both sides and , quite frankly, I'm sick to death of it. I consider following politics both a hobby and a patriotic duty in order to make informed decisions as a member of the voting public and this is becomming more and more of a challenge of late and pretty tough to stomach.

"When a state senator and a member of the administration start calling Americans terrorist" Do you remember Michelle bachmanns call for investigations into members of Congress who may be un-American?

I'm going to refrain from getting into pissing matches with you anymore Tim (starting......now) as it's counterproductive and a waste of time for both of us. I've already chosen to ignore 1 or 2 of the poo-throwers here 100% because they are a waste of time but I feel there is hope for you and I have had some rigorous debates with you in the past and possibly more to come who knows..



Barthélemy Barbancourt
It's a full contact blood sport
written by Barthélemy Barbancourt , September 07, 2011

"I consider following politics both a hobby and a patriotic duty"

Sure in the 50's you could call politics a hobby when very few Americans got any sort of check from government. Currently over 1/2 of the country depends on the government for some sort of check. The current battle is literally one of life and death for millions of Americans. In the last 70 years we have created millions of people completely dependent on the government. The goal of this group is to take as much as possible from the private sector. Much like the unions, they admit to no limits.

On the other side is the less than 1/2 of the country that still pays taxes. They have to fight tooth and nail to keep as much of their income from the Federal, State and local governments as possible. Powerful agencies like EPA and the Department of interior can destroy a family and/or a business with the stroke of the pen. Much like the Kings and Monarchs of the past, the people wielding this power are feared and despised by the taxpayers.

There is a war in the USA and currently the left is winning, as seem by our sorry economy. If the right doesn't retake power soon, your kids are completely fucked. The moochers, like the unions, won't stop sucking the blood out of the private sector until it's dead.

I predict that the war will turn violent soon as the liberals have lost any contact with reality. Paul Krugman thinks space aliens are the answer to our fiscal problems. how do you even talk to someone like that?

In the end, I hope that the producers will beat the moochers, but the battle will be ugly and the result may not be very pretty.



Woody
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written by Woody , September 07, 2011

OK Mr. Reardon.


Woody
but seriously Bart
written by Woody , September 07, 2011

Has it really become the epic life or death struggle that you discribe? Maybe a bitoverstated with a hint of the broad brush ans some factually challenged tax data but in some degree I do feel that sense of a "war" emerging in both the rhetoric and the sense of urgency being fostered in this election cycle. I probably don't have to state this but you do realize that a lot of Democrats do pay taxes you know that right Bart? How may the result not be pretty BTW? When I envision "not pretty" I envision another disputed election ala 2000. That would be ugly! What's Katherine Harris doing these days anyway??


jk noreen
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written by jokin , September 07, 2011

"What's Katherine Harris doing these days anyway??"

Don't worry about her, Woody. Media-Matters already has a database chock full of new and improved connect-the-dot character assassination profiles ready to publish, the moment the 2012 election has been "stolen"- when Obama narrowly loses in your "disputed election" scenario by about 200 Electoral Votes, or so. You will never admit it,
but it's widely known by neutral election observers and experts like Michael Barone
that the vast majority of voter fraud is perpetrated by the big-city Democrat machines. If this were not so, why do the Dems continue to block attempts at limiting voter fraud (See Dem MASS AG Martha Coakley for just the latest blocking of the placement of a Voter ID initiative on the ballot)???

"I probably don't have to state this but you do realize that a lot of Democrats do pay taxes you know that right Bart?'

By "a lot", you mean a minority subset of the total group of American taxpayers, right? And of course, an overwhelming majority of the non-tax-paying citizens vote Dem because they get perpetual free stuff with little or no accountability.

"Has it really become the epic life or death struggle that you discribe?"

Woody, isn't it time to grow up and realize that you are like most liberals "losing contact with reality"? Your own side is using the war rhetoric, you use the dehumanizing perjorative "teabagger" freely, the opposition is also being tagged with other dehumanizing epithets, the current favorites by your side include:
terrorist, racist and bitter clinger. All great civilizations have a life cycle that works until eventually, its many promises, contracts and deals with its citizens are more than it can deliver, that day is sadly coming soon for this country.







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