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12 minutes ago.
by slinky
Caspiansynn
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Winds of revolution?

Has anyone else noticed that not only the rhetoric but general conversation has changed for the worse since the Newtown shooting? There have always been some crazy ideas coming from the extreme left and right but lately I've noticed that insanity seems to be infecting average citizens as well. People every where are talking rebellion, in bars, restaurants, shoping centers, online news sites, chat rooms, fitness clubs, the list could go on forever. From my observations it appears that the people are angry about health care, taxes, the economy, but mostly its gun rights and all the talk of restrictions and confiscation by the elected officals. Could an attack on the second amendment be the catalist that could launch this great nation into an armed rebellion?

 
 

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Yup the offical republinut talking point . Well it shows you can be trained !

Posted 12 minutes ago.

Coaluser

Foolish AFL-CIO say vote for Lying Clinton. Nuff said.. They just as crooked as any. Giving dues money contributions to big corporate backed presidential candidates. LOsers.

Posted 2 hours ago.

"who do you desire to choose your destiny. yourself or your government? "you forgot some big corporation who wants us to be another third world employer , You cant depend on the kind hearted generosity of the wealthy . Some time one needs to level the playing field, Theres strength in unity and numbers !

Posted 10 hours ago.

absolem

OvO... do you not see the folly and potential disater in an unholy alliance between government and labor? labor is one freedom that we have some resemblance of control over. we sell our skills or talents to lhopefully earn what the demands and desires of life finacially burden us with. all of that is by choice. there will be a point in time in which the check must be paid.

Genisis 3:19 In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.

how true. the desires we borrow far beyond our means create much of the financial strife that many face. poor decisions and squandered opportunities plague many. when we fail to provide and depend on others then we essentially enslave ourselves to our provider. who do you desire to choose your destiny. yourself or your government?

Posted 2 days ago.

absolem

OvO...it was not that i cared as much as it was a comparision i thought you might easily relate too. that's all.

Posted 2 days ago.

Like I said , they have choices , dont like unions ? Dont try to work there ! Sooner or later it will all come full circle .

Posted 2 days ago.

Shopsteward

This is America and if people choose not to give dues money to those that support things against thier ideals more power to em!!!!

Right to work!

Posted 2 days ago.

This is america a and if people choose to unionize then more power to them ! You act like its becoming a traitor ! Sooner or later it will all come full circle .

Posted 2 days ago.

And just why do you care so much ?

Posted 2 days ago.

absolem

"Well since unions only make up under 10% of workers just how much influence do they really have ?"

with such a low percentage, i would say why not just get rid of them altogether. we can free up places on the NLRB and not have to deal with those pesky workers that walk off the job and threaten other americans that will work. you're right...it's just 10%...so why do you make such a fuss yourself OvO?

Posted 2 days ago.

Shopsteward

Right to work threatens that power and they hate it

Posted 2 days ago.

Shopsteward

Exactly Absolem, huge bundlers of cash that pours into the DNC. Taxpayer funded "infrastructure" projects funnel tax dollars right throught the AFL-CIO back to Democratic coffers

Posted 2 days ago.

Yeah , yeah I've heard it before . Well since unions only make up under 10% of workers just how much influence do they really have ?

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

OvO...there would be no elections to buy if the politicians refused the "nudge". face it...the unions "buy" their candidates...just because there are many who contribute does not mean that a politician wasn't bought all the same. it's just who they are beholding too...would you not agree?

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

Shop...one must always minimize their risk when possible. notarized signatures are a good thing!

Posted 3 days ago.

Shopsteward

Absolem, you must have been a scout as well prepared as u are

Posted 3 days ago.

"...what is it about you folks and money? " I got nothing against money , I hope to have some one day . Now when you get people like The koch brothers who overtly try to buy elections then we have issues !

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

Moderation...what is it about you folks and money? are we gonna have to hammer out a pre-nup for dinner? if you turn up pregnant, don't blame me and don't haul me on the Maury Show. thats line 24.

Posted 7 days ago.

moderation

Well now, who's buying?

Posted 7 days ago.

absolem

Moderation...quick qestion...if you and i were to sit down for dinner and a chat, do you think there would be a chance either one of us would walk away with any better understanding of each other than i am currently getting through our sometimes cryptic and disjointed conversations or would the meal itself come away as being the "star" of the show?

Posted 7 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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