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Old 07-23-2003, 08:20 AM   #51
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Stop the fancy name calling and agrue point by point. Chicken??? I think he blew you away on this one so you resort to name calling.
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Old 07-23-2003, 08:35 AM   #52
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Default Re: 100 Lawmakers Support End Biker Health Insurance Bias

Let me get this straight. You are afraid that people that believe in a literal interpretation of the Constituion might sneak up on you, and do you harm, while you're at home in your jammies? You my friend are a complete tool!



It is no small wonder that we have an ever expanding Department of Home Security, with timorous souls such as yourself bleating for protection from imaginary hobgoblins. Hey, open the door. It's safe to come outside and play now. VWW
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Old 07-23-2003, 08:57 AM   #53
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KPaul, let me put this in simple terms. If the government were to stick to it's duties outlined in the Costitution, big business would have little need to lobby for special legislation. Without government interference the free market laws of supply and demand would serve to regulate business in a way that would be more equitable to all. If you truely wish to educate yourself on this process you can start by loging on to www.mises.org . After you absorb some of the economic theory of Ludwig von Mises and his acolytes I will be willing to have further discussion with you on this subject. VWW

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Old 07-23-2003, 09:16 AM   #54
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The idea is to keep the government out of free enterprise as much as possible. And yes, I do read with comprehension, but thanks for pointing that out just the same.
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Old 07-23-2003, 09:53 AM   #55
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All indications I have (not the least of which is your ringing endorsement) indicate that DiLorenzo's book is is about 25% substance and 75% crap. I have read multiple sources which examine the economic factors (read: non-altrusitic anti-slavery reasons)that contributed to the Civil War. While these factors were siginificant, they by no means were sufficient enough to motivate the majority of northerners to march to war. Any informed analysis of the causes of the Civil War will recognize the myriad of factors at play. People like yourself are much more comfortable digesting a ridiculously simplistic conspiracy theory than actually trying to understand history. For DiLorenzo's position to be advanced, one would have to accept the proposition that Abraham Lincoln was the most inteligent and effective leader in the history of the known world. The over-emphasis on Lincoln one way or the other is ridiculous. I doubt volunteers for the (thankfully victorious) Union Army were moved by the esoteric motives you and DiLorenzo ascribe to Lincoln. These people fought the war and the issue of slavery was a necessary motivator for their particpation and victory. To disregard this factor is convenient ignorance.



Please go back to your bunker and wait for the CIA/FBI/Masons/Luminati/WTO to "come ane get you". Oh yeah, stop posting, "they" can track it....
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Old 07-23-2003, 09:55 AM   #56
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What I am afraid of is ignorance and the contemptable sorts it breeds.
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Old 07-23-2003, 10:02 AM   #57
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I don't worry too much in the comfort of my own home and what I wear to bed is my business (and that of the the secret agents watching on camera).

I AM alarmed that much of the bogus rhetoric you spout has been used to motivate people to bomb their fellow citizens in Oklahoma City and Atlanta. These sorts of despicable and cowardly actions do worry me and they should worry you even if you are on the side of the cowardly whack jobs.
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Old 07-23-2003, 10:08 AM   #58
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Thank you for bringing the JPFO to my attention. Outstanding.
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Old 07-23-2003, 11:27 AM   #59
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It never takes long for you libs to start the personal attacks, does it? Your use of ad hominem attacks only proves that you have lost the argument.



Before you go any further remember that the greatest mass murders of history- Hitler, Stalin and Mao - were all socialists. Left wingers.



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Old 07-23-2003, 11:32 AM   #60
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You are hallucinating. No one here has advocated violence. You really should actually read a post before you answer it, instead of listening to the voices in your head. Your responses are for the most part non-sequitor.



But I guess life is easier for the sub-intelligent if they can have little boxes to put people in. It reduces the need to think.
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