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  • the rich do well regardless of who is in office, R or D

    But the rest of us can go to Hell, it seems

    This is what I mean (part of it)

     people don't mess w/ those who can afford a good lawyer.

    So we the people, we have to live by rules/regs written and enforced by govt bureaucrats (no red squiggly so got that word  right) who are not elected. There are many govt workers who were employed when Clinton was in office.. still there. Then there are those hired during Obama yrs.. still there.

    And then we wonder why we are being oppressed, over-taxed, over-regulated... and treated like scum

    write to your congresspersons and complain about this. I believe there are actually regulations that are enforced that are technically against the law.. or a distortion of the law that is written down.. If effect, in practice, there seems to be little to no difference

    the bottom line is that we Americans have to jump to their tune. If some Dept of ABC-Whatever contacts you and says you have to do [this/that crazy thing or fork over this/that amt of money]

    you do it

    which is really stupid sometimes on your part (if you do) but maybe you feel you have no choice? and maybe you are right to think that. They want you to think that. they demand you think that...

    and nobody does anything to stop this. Why isn't the Trump Admin essentially firing... say all the gov workers who don't do their job. And why should they do their job when they get paid for doing it and paid for not doing it? when they cannot be fired?

    nothing ever cahnges..

    maybe those "I don't like America" people are onto something?


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    Re: Y it doesn't matter who is in office (at least in some situations)
    « Reply #1 on: December 06, 2017, 04:14:30 PM »
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  • this is why they get away with it

    all the apathy and lack of education about what is going on in government and the US generally


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    Re: Y it doesn't matter who is in office (at least in some situations)
    « Reply #2 on: December 06, 2017, 04:42:03 PM »
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  • it certainly mattered an awful lot THIS election, though

    this nation was nearly destroyed by Obama policies

    a total leftis loony who believed in killing babies virtually born alive. \

    The Left are controlled by Satan

    there is no other conclusion a Christian can come to, just no other conclusion, which is what Gingrich as much as said last night.

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    Re: Y it doesn't matter who is in office (at least in some situations)
    « Reply #3 on: December 12, 2017, 04:33:36 PM »
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  • I sometimes think that when Rs  see the lack of constititutional rights for the poor, they say to themselves Good, maybe the poor will try harder to become rich, and then they will have those rights

    AHHHHH

    both parties often just make me ill

    by the way, that strategy usually does not work. All it does when you take someone's rights away (assuming they had them in t he 1st place) is make them depressed and more unlikely to do anything for themsleves 

     

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