Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Links And Thoughts On Why and How...

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Soup McGee ‎"""""""In addition, bringing a new Walmart to town may cost a community big time in lost wages. A planned Seattle-area Walmart could cost the area $14.5 million in lost wages over the next 20 years, a local advocacy group found in April. """"""

New Definition: Fragilionaire (fra-gile-yun-air)-- whiny rich person.

To use in sentence: Mittens needs to stop being such a fragilionaire and release his tax returns.

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      My Wife---
      • Good people support Romney? I know there are some people I care about who support Romney. I know there might even be some people who say they care about me who support Romney. But you can tell a lot about a person based on their supporters, whom they support, and what the people they support support... now, don't get me wrong, "goodness" may very well be an ideal, and a lot of people strive to that ideal, but I don't think it is fundamentally necessary for people to be "good"... and of course we all have the right to support whomever and whatever we want. That being said, Romney's policies are aimed at pleasing people who, for the most part, couldn't give a fuck about us or other people in similar situations to ours. Romney aims to please a faction which supports the dismantling of public education, the deregulation of financial institutions and the health insurance industry, the expansion of penal institutions, the established right of women to control their own bodies, the idea that corporations are people, the increased emphasis on religion and religious imposition, the continuance of social, racial, and gender stratification... I could go on. IMNSHO, the people he aims to please - his (and their) ideologies - are not "good" people.
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    A top Mitt Romney supporter went on a rampage against President Obama Tuesday morning, bringing up his teenage drug use and urging him to “learn how to be an American.”   

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