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  1. #21
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    Well, FUCK THEM. Or is that to forward?

  2. #22
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    Forward? No. Succinct. To the point. Accurate.
    "Let him cut your skin, and you cut his flesh. Let him cut your flesh, and you cut his bones. Let him cut your bones, and you cut off his life."
    - Toshitsugo Takamatsu

  3. #23
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    We are in fact living Orwells 1984.
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    Seek first the Kingdom of God

  4. #24
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    Unfortunately, I intereact with social minded millennials quite frequently at work...

    I make a point to crush them when given any competative opportunity to do so.

    If they walk away with a sound knowledge that they're doing it wrong, I've done my part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost1976 View Post
    Ryan Taylor wrote:







    I completely disagree with this. Now keep in mind, I'm a strict Constitutionalist. So for me to say this is pretty drastic. But it's not ok to allow one's kids to grow up liberal. It's not ok to allow grade school, high school and college kids to be indoctrinated into the false propaganda of the left. We see what that's done to the country already. Imagine if Hillary had won. It'd all be over, and I mean that literally.

    It's not ok to nurture a subversive ideology that is antithetical to the very concept of our country. It's not ok to allow brainwashed idiots to amass enough votes to abrogate our God-given, Constitutionally guaranteed rights. It's not ok to allow a depraved pseudo-religion of death (Islam) to exist in our borders. Allowing these insane ideologies to take root and grow in our country is the societal equivalent of suicide. As far as I'm concerned, Islam should be banned in America. Totally. It is not a religion so it is not protected by the 1st Amendment. It's a depraved, evil ideology, a Frankensteinian mish-mash of Judaism, Christianity, Arabic pagan folklore, and the ranting fantasies of a pedophilic rapist. That's not a religion and it is utterly irreconcilable with our Constitution.


    We are in agreement, brother.

    Those things are NOT ok, as you say. Youre right.

    Im simply stating, that if one chooses to call themselves a dirty commy, thats thier poblem.

    I do my best everyday to indoctrinate my children in the right, and teach them the tricks of the enemy so as to not be confounded.

    They can burn, and I will light the flame given the chance.

    But as long as long as they just 'think' like a commie and not 'act' like a commie, then there is still a chance for them yet.

    There is a time to proselytize, and a time to kit up. That needs to be understood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost1976 View Post
    Ryan Taylor wrote:



    It's not meant to be. It's time for the subversives to get the hell out. It's like a marriage gone to hell, beyond all hope of reconciliation. Someone has to leave. That someone is them.



    I completely disagree with this. Now keep in mind, I'm a strict Constitutionalist. So for me to say this is pretty drastic. But it's not ok to allow one's kids to grow up liberal. It's not ok to allow grade school, high school and college kids to be indoctrinated into the false propaganda of the left. We see what that's done to the country already. Imagine if Hillary had won. It'd all be over, and I mean that literally.

    It's not ok to nurture a subversive ideology that is antithetical to the very concept of our country. It's not ok to allow brainwashed idiots to amass enough votes to abrogate our God-given, Constitutionally guaranteed rights. It's not ok to allow a depraved pseudo-religion of death (Islam) to exist in our borders. Allowing these insane ideologies to take root and grow in our country is the societal equivalent of suicide. As far as I'm concerned, Islam should be banned in America. Totally. It is not a religion so it is not protected by the 1st Amendment. It's a depraved, evil ideology, a Frankensteinian mish-mash of Judaism, Christianity, Arabic pagan folklore, and the ranting fantasies of a pedophilic rapist. That's not a religion and it is utterly irreconcilable with our Constitution.



    Which is exactly what prompted me to say that. That's exactly what we see happening. Islam cannot be criticized, people cannot speak freely because the liberal socialist/communists are stifling free speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of religion, etc. Islam and socialist/communism/fascism are both viruses that cannot be tolerated in the body politic. I consider it child abuse to allow one's child to grow up liberal or muslim. I've offended a lot of people saying that over the years, but I don't care. It's far past time for a divorce.
    I agree with you 100% here.
    Since the 1960s people have been bombarded with false propaganda telling them that subversive, seditious behavior is covered under the umbrella of Free Speech but that is an outright lie.
    At NO time prior to the 1960s would the behavior that we see today on a daily basis from Hollywood celebrities and news anchors be tolerated. Just picture Kathy Griffin's beheading stunt in J.Edgar Hoover's America of 1955. Or the stunts of any of these scumbags that we see take place nowadays on a daily basis. Just the mere mention of Communism was responded to vigorously by law enforcement authorities back then.
    But the 1960s is when American Communism reared it's ugly head after decades of slow infiltration that began after World War I. Senator Joe McCarthy was spot on and Americans should have taken him seriously.
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    Where dose the entitlement come from? Why dose everyone deserve a free ride? I just don’t understand why there is a trend towards socialism, is it because our government(elected officials) are getting elected on ideas of free stuff and it’s getting out of hand? It’s getting harder and harder as the years go by to buy homes and get a good job or two to support a good living. Prices of homes and property are getting so expensive that maybe millennials feel as if they can’t make it. I have owned two homes, my first was when I was 27. It was a lot of work but it was worth it. 6-7 days a week of work should be expected, I think that working hard is becoming a thing of the past.

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    http://amp.timeinc.net/time/money/53...s-new-research

    To sum it up, it basically says that over 50% expect to become millionaires. That’s a problem to me. Expecting and doing are completely different things. I think they look at life like everything is so easy, and sure I will just start a business and become a millionaire over night. Reality is that at least 50% of them are out of touch with life and how to make a million dollars...

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    I will let some in on a little secret, I was involved and partnered in a construction oriented business since I was a little kid. I was taught the only way to make money is to earn it. I did, I was the only person out of 30 cousins, sisters, nephews to come out on top and be a part of our family business. Yes, 7 days a week was my average work week and for me it payed off. It wasn’t unusual to gross 12-15 million a year in building materials sales. And I can tell you if you took away the “value” of the company, none of us were millionaires. I just wanted to bring that up, because nothing is easy and there is no such thing as a free lunch....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad newton View Post
    http://amp.timeinc.net/time/money/53...s-new-research

    To sum it up, it basically says that over 50% expect to become millionaires. That’s a problem to me. Expecting and doing are completely different things. I think they look at life like everything is so easy, and sure I will just start a business and become a millionaire over night. Reality is that at least 50% of them are out of touch with life and how to make a million dollars...
    That poll was made by Ameritrade and it doesn't say who they polled (unless I missed it)...if they polled existing customers who had a marginal understanding of compound interest, yes you can expect to be a millionaire if you do the math and stay in the game long enough. Those will no knowledge or intention of investing would probably say there's no way they'll ever have $1,000,000 unless they win the powerball. This is just my opinion based on people I know who invest, and people who don't.
    "Charles, I shan't trust you aboard my ship, unless I carry you a prisoner; for I shall have you plotting with my men, knock me on the head and run away with my ship a-pirating."

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