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GOOGLE RON PAUL

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#3101152 The Minimum Wage Debate

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on Yesterday, 11:11 PM

Madhatter says some heinous things about people's families as well then gets upset when it's flipped around on him.

He's insulted me, my parents, wife, and kids and I just laugh it off because it's absurd and his attempt to get a reaction.

I find this all amusingly ironic.

 

i have tried to engage with chef madhatter several times. in the middle of his first baked baby breakdown he posted this:

 

 

Thought I was clear.

 

The personal insults and attacks were not warranted.

 

and i responded with this:

 

 

 

Not clear enough. When you say "personal insults and attacks," are you including attacks on parents (whom you've never met) of children (whom you've never met) that see poor outcomes in, say, school or the workplace? That was the crux of my post in the last thread. In the past you have been very quick to judge the abilities of parents that you have never met. You of all people should be able to empathize with parents who are perceived as failures by people that have never met them.

 

he posted this in response:

 

 

I do not empathize with parents who CHOOSE to not care about their kids education....to not be involved in whether they go to school or not....who do nothing for themselves to improve their skillset.

 

They CHOOSE to do these things.

 

That is not an attack on anyone....that is saying that people are a hell of a lot more accountable for their own lives and actions that you ever want to admit.

 

this has been the point all along and it's been pretty obvious from the start but he just doesn't get it. madhatter is quick to say other parents just don't care or that they lack responsibility, all because their children don't always succeed in school, in the workplace, in society. he just knows it. don't bother asking him for evidence to support his claims because you'll get none. we, however, have evidence that he was at the very least irresponsible to the point that he could have killed his child. hey, maybe he just didn't even care, who knows?

 

had he never personally made that mistake in his life he would have fuging crucified parents who left their kids in hot cars for hours but because he himself did it, he was somehow able to find the strength to convey what would at first glance appear to be empathy. but the funny thing is, it was never actually about that other person who left their kid in a hot car to potentially die. he never felt sorry for them. he felt sorry for himself. it's masturbatory.

 

i'm sure the incident eats at him every day and i'm not at all surprised that he would suggest suicide to me in response to my provocation. it's likely that he projects his own personal desires upon others in the same way that he projects his own failings as a parent. i believe he's truly considered suicide, particularly after baby-in-car incident, though he obviously never went through with it. madhatter, if you're listening, maybe you should revisit the thought.




#3100606 The American Commune

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on Yesterday, 03:12 AM

here let me clarify:

 

the US is not a communist country and no, "the foundation" isn't there. in fact i would go so far as to say that you haven't the slightest clue of what communism actually is.




#3099452 The Minimum Wage Debate

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 21 November 2014 - 05:50 AM

Damn...you really are a  brain dead fugtard on the internet (yes Smoot I am talking about you) .  How can anyone not understand that a major increase in the minimum wage would cause a material increase in all wages....which would in turn lead to both cutting of jobs AND raising prices by corporations.

 

My 4th grade son has a better understanding of economics than you do.

 

did you ever stop to think that maybe father smoots never had the decency to leave infant smoots alone in a hot car for hours at a time with only the thomas sowell reader and a feeling of overwhelming despair




#3099442 The American Commune

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 21 November 2014 - 05:10 AM

No but the point is that the foundation is there.

 

i have in my hand a grain of sand and i plan to move every single person on earth onto this grain of sand. now obviously there's not enough room on the grain of sand for everyone at this time but the point is that the foundation is there




#3099439 A frustrated cop

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 21 November 2014 - 04:57 AM

3 minutes of a cop's crocodile tears that i'll never get back

 

To clarify, he fired a cop that basically used excessive force in a situation.

The little girl that was shot was not related to the situation you linked, other than apparently someone got upset about him not addressing that situation (cop being fired) because he was on his phone following developments in the little girl's scene. His outrage was that people single out cop vs. citizen incidents and ignore the problem with the racial makeup of criminal statistics in his area.

 

You might also want to correct your use of the "elephant in the room" idiom. Your usage of "white" is obviously a Freudian slip.

 

Did you start this thread because you are concerned about racial disparities in crime or because you support cops? I couldn't tell from your OP what your goal was other than showing a video about a frustrated cop and somehow relating it to Ferguson.

 

the point was of course your typical run-of-the-mill "but what about black on black crime why does it only matter when a white man murde-...lawfully discharges his weapon into the back of a ni-...urban youth hmmm???" that you can get anytime you want by just tuning into the o'reilly factor the next time some pig murders a black man, hth

 

this has fuging nothing at all to do with ferguson




#3096691 First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In The U.S.

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 19 November 2014 - 03:17 AM

also i see that this thread is approaching 700 posts which is funny considering this is fuging nothing at all beyond a blindingly obvious attempt to drive ratings at cable news networks (mission accomplished) and motivate the republican base for the election (mission accomplished)

 

lol if you're still worried about ebola in america after election day




#3096685 The American Commune

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 19 November 2014 - 02:57 AM

since it's obvious he has never read marx (because what the fug no america is not a communist country what is wrong with you?), everyone should google "10 planks communist manifesto" and try to guess where twylyght is getting his material

 

is it criminalgovernment.com? theblaze.com? jesus-is-savior.com?




#3096683 Bill Cosby accused of raping a lot of white women

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 19 November 2014 - 02:47 AM

 

 

I'd say women should not go see adult men alone at their homes or apartments for work purposes. Establish  boundaries in life. There are plenty of sick people out there.

 

i'd say adult men who are alone at their homes or apartments should resist the urge to rape anything that walks through the door but that's just my opinion OP




#3096681 naacp to release new developments in lennon lacy death

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 19 November 2014 - 02:27 AM

You look like a piece of poo for using the phrase 'crackertown'. I'd say you and the neighbor have more in common than you realize.
 

 

hahaha you're a fuging idiot dude i put it in quotations because i pulled it from the article

 

maybe you should find a nice helpful 3rd grader to read and explain this very challenging article to you




#3096680 naacp to release new developments in lennon lacy death

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 19 November 2014 - 02:23 AM

the flag background on the fb page is such a reach

 

also way less concerning than the fact that their neighbor apparently felt comfortable enough to put up "n*****s keep out" signs in his front yard




#3093972 Obama, Democrats, Immagration, Constitution

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 17 November 2014 - 07:29 PM

 

 

Obama, Democrats, Immagration, Constitution

 

things conservatives have strong, uninformed opinions about

 

reminds me of this




#3084984 An inevitably ugly conversation about veterans day that needs to be had

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 13 November 2014 - 01:49 AM

I mean the troops didn't send themselves to Iraq or Afghanistan. So yeah.

 

they sure as hell weren't drafted and uhhh they never actually had to go in the first place. american society cries "personal responsibility" up until it comes to things like fighting unjust wars at which point i guess we can only blame the shadowy faceless government man and continue to SUPPORT ARE TROOPS because it somehow wasn't their choice to enlist, to fail to protest their deployment, or to go on to carry out an unjust war of aggression.

 

when exactly are individuals responsible for the harm they cause others? keep in mind that not everyone is an authoritarian who believes that "just following orders" can excuse an individual's actions. for example: 

 

 

"I ain't got no quarrel with them Viet Cong - no Viet Cong ever called me ******." 

 

but at least back then ppl were drafted. there's pretty much no excuse for an american to participate in, say, iraq or afghanistan




#3083467 First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In The U.S.

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 12 November 2014 - 03:20 AM

So wait... I thought you got your panties all in a wad over the Tom Clancy reference?  Which had nothing at all to do with travel restrictions and quarantines... and everything to do with the utter incompetence in which the first case in Dallas was handled.

 

it has everything to do with the utter ignorance of posters such as yourself

 

 

 

I never said that we should have travel restrictions from Africa, matter of fact I said that we didn't need to block people from coming in from Africa...  but even the CDC recommended voluntary travel restrictions to those who have been directly exposed and as we've seen, that didn't work at all... people did what they pleased and in the case of the Dr in NY, even lied about where he'd been... causing many businesses to close and people to go under monitoring.  

 

oh wow really? i guess you're hoping you can just skate on a technicality as you actually said it's "asinine" that the white house was not considering new travel restrictions. lmao you're such an expert on the subject you ventured into conspiracy land with "either they're trying to keep public panic down or they're just being big dummies unlike myself of course"

 


The White House is saying that no new travel restrictions will be initiated and that the tests we have are enough... That's just asinine.

No test is going to catch someone that's infected but not showing symptoms.

Not sure if they're just trying to keep public panic down or just being stupid/political.

 

 

 

 

 

 

As for mandatory quarantines, I do think that it would be smart and easy to do for those who have had direct contact with active Ebola patients either in Africa or here, and I'm not alone in that.  As a matter of fact, they placed Duncan's family in mandatory quarantine, they placed missionaries that came back with Brantly and Writebol in mandatory quarantine, the military is doing it with troops that are serving in those countries and other countries have done the same with their citizens...  Hardly indefensible...

 

I did say earlier in the thread that anyone coming back from Africa should be on a mandatory quarantine, I agree now that that is not necessary.  The CDC finally got their act together after the disaster in Dallas and have done a much better job since then.

 

disaster in dallas? wtf happened in dallas that should have warranted a mandatory quarantine? get over yourself please, tia

 

discouraging ppl that can help from traveling to africa and increasing the likelihood that an infected person would travel across borders without allowing professionals the opportunity to track them (aka the actual result of travel restrictions and mandatory quarantines) is hella dumb and thus par for the course here in the tinderbox




#3083463 Stupidity of the American Voter

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 12 November 2014 - 03:06 AM

Mentioned elsewhere and will be downplayed by the left.

 

yeah "the left" is tripping over itself to defend a giveaway to private insurance

 

i was gonna go to historical materialism in nyc last year but then i found out it was just panel after panel defending the continued privatization of healthcare, the state of affairs most preferred by "the left"




#3083452 An inevitably ugly conversation about veterans day that needs to be had

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 12 November 2014 - 02:47 AM

 

 

Nowhere does the article (or I in referencing it) suggest that the individual's decision to serve his or her country isn't a brave and sacrificial choice.

 

everyone should keep in mind that "brave" doesn't necessarily mean "good", "smart" or "necessary". ppl can do all sorts of sacrificial, brave things that are also shitty, dumb, and unnecessary such as flying an airplane into a crowded skyscraper because god commanded it or indiscriminately killing thousands of civilians on the battlefield because their orders were clear.

 

"support are troops" serves a duel purpose; to cast their mission as necessary and just to some while allowing others an avenue to compartmentalize their rejection of the horrors of war in such a way that they may continue to tacitly support the horrors of war through trite bumper-sticker phrases and blind hero worship

 

 

 

Rather, it - and here I agree - argues that prevailing cultural attitudes that culminate in unassailable ideas like "the troops defend our freedom" is a trope that, while an excellent nation-building tactic and ideological glue, actually acts against democratic principles that should underscore foreign policy, because it turns eyes collectively blind from the more insidious natures of motivating factors behind wars (principally, corporate interests and the MIC.)

 

this vonnegut excerpt has been making the rounds on social media

 

 

I will come to a time in my backwards trip when November eleventh, accidentally my birthday, was a sacred day called Armistice Day. When I was a boy, and when Dwayne Hoover was a boy, all the people of all the nations which had fought in the First World War were silent during the eleventh minute of the eleventh hour of Armistice Day, which was the eleventh day of the eleventh month.
 

It was during that minute in nineteen hundred and eighteen, that millions upon millions of human beings stopped butchering one another. I have talked to old men who were on battlefields during that minute. They have told me in one way or another that the sudden silence was the Voice of God. So we still have among us some men who can remember when God spoke clearly to mankind.
 

Armistice Day has become Veterans' Day. Armistice Day was sacred. Veterans' Day is not.
 

So I will throw Veterans' Day over my shoulder. Armistice Day I will keep. I don't want to throw away any sacred things.

 

this doesn't speak exactly to what you're talking about but it does relate to the general shift of focus from the glorifying of times of peace to glorifying needless violence






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