vodka this early?????
i'll accept absolute. tell you what. when i see an appreciable change in the number of people that i find absolute in their lack of initiative under our current system, then i will modify ny stance and lessen my absolute stance. until then... the truth is absolute.
lts- I am aware that you have on a number of occasions, admitted that there had been a change in your perception of circumstances and events. Your points are convincing, but I find them too absolute.(-:
LTS, I agree there response was over the top, but we should've handled it much differently, as many things these days.
* as dumb as dirt
as dirt then be prepared and thankful to work more than one job if necessary. there are many folks that do and are grateful for the opportunity. i have long felt that welfare was nothing more than Governemnt provided " ADT Home Security". something we give folks to keep them from breaking into our homes while we are working to provide them with the means to exist. i have not seen the contrary yet.
good morning moderation. i trust you are well. it is encouraging to see that you recognize the abuse that our legislated charities endure. i do realize that there are many in our society that simply can't provide for themselves. i think you will agree that the charitable nature of the average american doesn't mind seeing their tax dollars provide for those americans. the rub comes in where folks can and won't provide for themselves but utilize the benefits to justify their total existence. on a more pitiful are the politicians that rally behind the same people and pander to their abuse of the system by convincing and reaffirming their positon as a victim in our society. as long as our representatives allow the waste of tax dollars, the borrowing of monies and the irresponsible printing of money, we will have a rather large govenment enslaved segment of the population. the same iniative that the folks used to gain the benifits should be re-directed into gainful employment. if you are a
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asknot, once she was identified as being a consul from india they should have handled the case much differently. it also seems that hey made the arrest at the courthouse and should have already have known who and what position she held along with her diplomatic rights. from reading the article by CNN, india referred to her treatment as "barbaric". i am stunned in that i wounder if they have ever ventured outside of their domed palatial governmental buildings to see the squalor in which the lowest of their society reside. i used to visit a webcam that was streaming live video from a village in India. pretty nasty. their reaction was a little over the top, but in some ways i am envious that they "nip it in the bud" so to speak.
Good morning,lts-to just boil it down, I do agree,generally, that our assistance programs can often prove to be spawning pools for sophisticated ,lifetime,welfare addicted living/careers.I think 'throwing fewer bones' is only a part of a solution.
Worst year in Washington: President Barack Obama
by Chris Cillizza
And I left out Benghazi . . .
Remember the ONE who said this . . . “I said benghazi was a terrorist attack from the beginning.”
Also said this . . . “'If you like your health care plan, you can keep it”
Apparently we arrested an Indian diplomat for falsifying papers for a maid, and put her in jail and strip searched her. So India removed concrete barriers from our embassies and removed rights of our diplomats inhibiting their ability to leave the country.
that was sweet...wasn't it?
Just read that they didnt agree with the strip search and keeping her in the cell with the druggies.
asknot...nope fill us in.
Greek first off! Lol! I love my gay friends too, but yupp. Eeek on the thought!
And actually, I agree with your point! Clean house and start over! It can't go worse! I agree that Benghazi was a nightmare, but those things have been covered up for decades like this. He's just the first to get busted in actual time due to the microscope today's leaders are under!
Have ya seen the India diplomat fiasco today?
And I left out Benghazi. But he would have to fire Hillary retroactively heee heee. I am sure there are a few State Dept people that could be fired over it.
Back on topic. I think that Prez Obama has been disserved by some of his "comfortable" staff member "friends/czars that he should can immediately like Clinton did. The people responsible for the Unaffordable Care website, NSA, IRS, BATF (Fast and Furious), Those Secret Service fellas that were with prostitutes in South America a few yrs ago and anyone else that has FAILED him should be discharged immediately. He can still do that.. Think what that act would do for the country at this time. Appears to me he has surrounded himself with idiots that are doing his legacy a dis service. If he really cares about the small people, the lower and middle classes like he campaigned, then this act would prove it and raise moral and confidence in the country.
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