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twylyght

Socialism... For the people, not the socialist

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We'll wait while you explain away what "collectivist principles" means

what is collectivist about mandating that the bulk of a nation's citizenry purchase a private product from an abso-fuging-lutely worthless middle man

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Poor kids... your head is going to explode before you squeeze an original thought of it...

Meanwhile in the original point, Congress is looking to yet again exempt itself from the rules that everyone else must abide by

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Next thing you know rich people will be using their influence to exempt themselves from taxes.

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Next thing you know rich people will be using their influence to exempt themselves from taxes.

Yet, somehow they bear the lion's share of the national "revenue".... huh... how did that happen?

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twylight, I know this sucks for you but waiting a predetermined amount of time before re declaring an incorrect statement as correct only works on conservative talk shows.

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Poor kids... your head is going to explode before you squeeze an original thought of it...

Meanwhile in the original point, Congress is looking to yet again exempt itself from the rules that everyone else must abide by

Again, to the original point, no they are not. They are trying to ensure that they can operate the same way that every other employer can.

They aren't trying to exempt themselves from Obamacare or the rules of the bill.

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Yet, somehow they bear the lion's share of the national "revenue".... huh... how did that happen?

*take

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It is unreal that anyone actually believes that congressmen actually live by the same rules as the people they govern.

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Do you think that the rich live by the same rules as the poor?

I don't know that anyone with power lives by the same rules as those without it.

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Do you think that the rich live by the same rules as the poor?

I don't know that anyone with power lives by the same rules as those without it.

That makes a congressman's hypocrisy different.... how?

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