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http://www.jewishworldreview.com/1112/ahlert.php3

On the way home, I had the radio on. Without a trace of embarrassment or irony in his voice, the newscaster spoke about a mock vote taken at the local high school. "Barack Obama won in a landslide," he gushed. After two generations of leftist indoctrination by unionized educators, whose quid pro quo relationship with the Democrat party is written in stone, I don't doubt it for a minute. Nor was I particularly shocked earlier this year when I wrote about three kids in their late teens and early twenties, who couldn't place the date of the Civil War within the 50-year spread I gave them to do so. Literacy? If it can't be reduced to 140 characters for Twitter's sake, it no longer matters.

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As a result, I have a suggestion for the Republicans, one they won't hear from anyone else: give Barry and Company everything they want, without an iota of resistance. Let 'em raise taxes and the debt ceiling, gut the military, and run up trillions of dollars of additional deficits and debt. Then stand back, and let an utterly corrupt media chronicle the demise — without being able to pin an ounce of the ensuing socialist catastrophe on an "obstructionist" GOP.

Harry Reid wants to end the filibuster? Tell him it won't be necessary. For the next four years, Republicans will do what a certain Senator from Illinois made a career of doing: they will simply vote "present" on every bill put before them in both houses of Congress. In effect, give Democrats they same unassailable majority they had in 2008 — the same one that led directly to the passage of Obamacare.

Radical? Compared to what? Watching a president get re-elected, despite four major scandals, the worst recovery on record, and the explosion of entitlements — all of which was blamed on the aforementioned Republican obstructionism? Being blamed for everything that will go wrong from 2012 to 2016, completely irrespective of reality or the truth?

It's time to get real: the only thing Republicans can do is delay the inevitable. Why bother? The sooner progressives and the media bring America to its knees, the sooner the people who know better can put the nation back on its feet.
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Thanks for the article. It was very well written and I 100% agree with everything said.

Sadly, we Americans think that everything in life is playing Checkers. All we care about is the next quarter's earnings. The next election. The next opinion poll.

My point is that Republicans will never think strategically to where they understand that their LOSING can be their biggest victory. I would love nothing more than for the GOP to stand up and say "President Obama, you won. We hereby give you 100% reign, and hereby give you full approval on anything and everything you propose into law".

Instead what's gonna happen is Obama will get most of what he wants, while Republicans get blamed for whatever goes wrong. (All of a sudden, PA Leftists are calling ObamaCare a Conservative plan...lol...because they know the cluster-eff that is coming)

And finally, I believe the Republican Establishment isn't much different from the American Left. Both sides are here to sell off America piece by piece, freedom by freedom to pave the way for America to genuflect for some form of global government in the future.

JediG
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Quoted: As a result, I have a suggestion for the Republicans, one they won't hear from anyone else: give Barry and Company everything they want, without an iota of resistance. Let 'em raise taxes and the debt ceiling, gut the military, and run up trillions of dollars of additional deficits and debt. Then stand back, and let an utterly corrupt media chronicle the demise — without being able to pin an ounce of the ensuing socialist catastrophe on an "obstructionist" GOP. [Etc.]

I fully agree. There will be enough Americans still living who remember what America used to be like who will lead the repair team.
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All of a sudden, PA Leftists are calling ObamaCare a Conservative plan...lol.



This is a lie. We've been saying that all along, because it's true.
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Well good. You and the Koch Brothers have hatched a great health care plan.


Congrats!

JediG
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>>All of a sudden, PA Leftists are calling ObamaCare a Conservative plan...lol.<<



This is a lie. We've been saying that all along, because it's true. - FMNH


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That's a lie!
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>>All of a sudden, PA Leftists are calling ObamaCare a Conservative plan...lol.<<



This is a lie. We've been saying that all along, because it's true. - FMNH

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That's a lie!




This is a lie.
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President Bush named former senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan to co-chair the bipartisan commission that advocated personal retirement accounts (PRAs). The late New York Democrat was considered one of his party's deepest thinkers and an expert on Social Security. He was enthusiastic about PRAs and once predicted that they would help build estates - "for doormen, as well as those living in the duplexes above."
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So a democrat was for personal accounts in social security. It's a democrat idea. So i suppose you're for it. Am i correct?
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Even Democratic icon Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who launched Social Security on August 14, 1935, said in a speech that year that the system's pay-as-you-go structure, which persists even today, eventually should be "supplanted by self-supported annuity plans."
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Personal accounts, liberal idea <salute>!
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In 1999, the Democratic Leadership Council published the New Progressive Manifesto. It declared: "We must gradually convert Social Security from a transfer program to a new system of individual private savings supplemented by modest public pensions for the needy."
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Progressives for personal accounts! <salute>

It's a progressive idea!
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"A remarkable wave of innovative thinking is advancing the concept of privatization," Lieberman told the Copley News Service in 1998. He added that "individual control of part of the retirement/Social Security funds has to happen." With individual accounts, he continued, "We have a chance not only to do something right, but to give people more confidence about what their retirement years will be like... I think in the end that individual control of part of the retirement/Social Security funds has to happen."
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Whoa! Democrat vice presidential candidate in 2000 was for personal accounts in Social Security! Personal Accounts=Democrat idea! <salute!>
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Pat Moynihan was worldly wise, and thoughtful. In other words, not today's Liberal.

Of course he favored accounts because he didn't hate freedom.

JediG

PS: Moynihan had lots to say about rampant births out of wedlock in certain communities. Since then, certain communities are further into hell than they ever thought possible.
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"This is a lie. We've been saying that all along, because it's true." - FMNH
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"That's a lie!"
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"This is a lie." - Jedi

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Actually everything in our entire Universe is a lie, only a holographic projection and therefore not really real.

"Everything we call real is made of things that cannot be regarded as real." - Niels Bohr

Or as the holographic principle puts it........

"For if the concreteness of the world is but a secondary reality and what is "there" is actually a holographic blur of frequencies, and if the brain is also a hologram and only selects some of the frequencies out of this blur and mathematically transforms them into sensory perceptions, what becomes of objective reality? Put quite simply, it ceases to exist.

As the religions of the East have long upheld, the material world is Maya, an illusion, and although we may think we are physical beings moving through a physical world, this too is an illusion."

http://www.earthportals.com/hologram.html

Michelle M in her NDE description describes it as "a dream in itself."

"I felt an understanding about life, what it was, is. As if it was a dream in itself. It's so very hard to explain this part. I'll try, but my words limit the fullness of it. I don't have the words here, but I understood that it really didn't matter what happened in the life experience, I knew/understood that it was intense, brief, but when we were in it, it seemed like forever. I understood that whatever happened in life, I was really ok, and so were the others here."

http://www.nderf.org/NDERF/NDE_Experiences/michelle_m%27s_nd...


The education of the soul is too important to leave up to chance.

Art
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Personal accounts, liberal idea <salute>!




We call those IRAs.
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