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TheRumpledOne
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1/9/2012 7:40:56 PM



TheRumpledOne
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msg #104358
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1/12/2012 10:44:37 AM



Turn in your neighbor for owning a gun....get $1000 REWARD in Newark, NJ

I wish it was "turn in a illegal immigrant and get a $1000" I would run out of minutes on my cell the first day and be rich as hell!

highboostracer1 1 day ago 23

@highboostracer1 I have been saying that for years!! If illegals had a bounty on their head, it wouldn't take long they would all be rounded up!! We wouldn't need Border Patrol.

Operation Wetback II needs to be put into effect.

WAKE UP AMERICA AND SMELL THE HYPOCRISY!!

TheRumpledOne 1 sec ago

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I will have to make a video response... STAY TUNED!!

TheRumpledOne
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msg #104385
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1/13/2012 4:50:56 PM



Read the lyrics:

" Creepin' " Grand Funk Railroad


Hey, everybody won't you lend me your ear,
There's something to fear, it's here, and that's clear.
Men gettin' rich off rapin' the land,
I can't understand, why we don't take them in hand.

Woah, oh ... Lord, I don't want to be their fool no more.
I don't want to be their fool no more.
Open eyes, but you're sleepin',
You best wake up 'fore tomorrow comes creepin' in.
'Fore tomorrow comes creepin' in.

Feel that our lives are in the hands of fools,
Loosin' their cool, it's us that they rule.
Too many people sittin' dead on their ass,
They ain't got no class, people, this time must pass.

Woah, oh ... Lord, I don't want to be their fool no more.
Hey ... I don't want to be their fool no more.
Open eyes, but you're sleepin',
You best wake up 'fore tomorrow comes creepin' in.
'Fore tomorrow comes creepin' in.

Woah, oh ... yeah, tomorrow comes creepin'.

Oh ... hear me cryin' 'cause the people like me,
That long to be free, are not actually.
Please everybody won't you hear this song,
Help a country that's wrong, to someday be strong.

Woah, oh ... Lord, I don't want to be their fool no more.
No! Lord, I don't want to be their fool no more.
Open eyes, but you're sleepin',
You best wake up 'fore tomorrow comes creepin'.
Creepin' ...
Creepin' ...
Creepin' ...

Creepin' ...
Creepin' ...
Creepin' ...
Creepin' ...
Creepin' ...
Creepin' ...

Tomorrow comes creepin'.
Tomorrow comes creepin'.
Tomorrow comes creepin'.
Tomorrow comes creepin'.
Tomorrow comes creepin'.
Tomorrow comes creepin'.
Tomorrow comes creepin'.
Tomorrow comes creepin'.

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Decades old but still applicable. History repeats itself. Will we ever learn?

WAKE UP AMERICA AND SMELL THE HYPOCRISY!!

Eman93
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1/14/2012 11:06:15 AM

Are The Middle East Wars Really About Forcing the World Into Dollars and Private Central Banking?

http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/are-middle-east-wars-really-about-forcing-world-dollars-and-private-central-banking

TheRumpledOne
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1/16/2012 9:12:51 AM

The Nutty Newt Saga Continues

by Robert Ringer - Monday, January 16, 2012

Every time you think the media is about to run out of ideas for transforming a nonstory into a spectacular news event, they manage to come up with yet another gem. That said, forgive me for adding my two cents worth to the Bain Capital brouhaha.

Those who know Newt Gingrich best have long predicated he would implode, even after he shot to the top of the polls, which he managed to do by cleverly playing the role of the calm, intellectual, peacemaking elderly statesman who was above the fray. So Gingrich’s angry obsession with taking down MittMan, even if it means destroying his own chances of winning the Republican nomination, is not surprising.

After observing his words and actions — from his climate-changing love-fest with Nancy Pelosi on the couch to his infamous “right-wing social engineering” comment about Paul Ryan’s budget plan — and then his scorched-earth attacks on free-market capitalism — I’ve come to the conclusion that Newt is not just a nasty, egomaniacal, self-destructive, undisciplined flip-flopper.

I hate to make excuses for him, but I truly believe the man is illegally insane — a classic example of a mad genius. So even though I condemn Nutty Newt for his attacks against the free market, I feel compelled to declare him not guilty by reason of insanity.

That said, I believe that Mitt Romney exemplifies everything that’s wrong with politics in this country, so my condemnation of Gingrich for his anti-capitalism remarks is not a defense of MittMan. It’s a defense of capitalism.

Where pundits and conservative politicians are off target in this whole time-wasting affair is that they all seem to agree that Romney should “come clean” and explain his modus operandi while at Bain Capital. Nutty Newt, in a back-pedaling mode, said, “I think he [Romney] owes the country a much more detailed answer about what his career was like.”

That’s a real head scratcher, even coming from Newt. Was Romney ever convicted of a crime — or even indicted? Did he ever lose a lawsuit claiming fraud against him or Bain Capital? If not, what’s to explain?

Gingrich, using the language of the class-warfare crowd, accused Romney of being a “predatory capitalist.” We’re talking serious sticks and stones here. Can you imagine how crummy you’d feel if someone accused you of being — Gasp! — a predatory capitalist? Neither can I, because there is no such thing.

The Einstein of the field, Rick Perry, even went so far as to call the Mitt a “vulture capitalist.” If both Gingrich and Perry are right, that makes Romney the worst of all creatures — a predatory vulture capitalist. Bring out the guillotine!

The fact is that Bain Capital, under Romney’s leadership, helped to launch or rebuild hundreds of companies, including such well-known brand names as Staples, The Sports Authority, and Domino’s Pizza, which resulted in tens of thousands of jobs. But how many jobs Romney created or “destroyed” or how much money he made or lost while he was with Bain Capital misses the point of what capitalism is all about.

Capitalism is a system whereby consenting adults are free to deal with one another on any terms that are mutually agreeable to them, without government interference. You cannot understand capitalism unless you begin with a correct premise. And the premise that even many adherents of capitalism ignore is that the primary — some would argue the sole — purpose of a business is to make as much money as possible for its owner(s).

Of course, it’s true that, in the process of making profits, a business creates jobs, but creating jobs is not — repeat, not — its chief objective. Creating jobs is a byproduct of operating a successful business.

As to charges of “raiding” and “looting” companies, how does a person raid or loot a company he owns? What does raiding or looting a company even mean? If you enter into a free-market transaction to buy controlling interest in a company, you have a right to do whatever you want with that company.

If Bain invested in a company, then decided to sell off its assets and close it down, making a profit in the process, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. Businesses are not charities; they are vehicles for making money.

If Romney wants to shed his well-earned image of being a big-government progressive, this is a good time for him to stand up and be bold in defending capitalism. Not by arguing that he was not a predatory capitalist, but by explaining that his objective at Bain was to make money by turning around failing companies and helping small companies to become larger and more profitable — for Bain!

It’s time to end all the silly talk about raiding, looting, and predatory capitalism. And, while we’re at it, it would be nice if we could also stop all the babbling about creating jobs and stimulating the economy. The issue we should be talking about is freedom. Where freedom exists, the economy takes care of itself and jobs automatically follow.

Unemployment is a symptom of a bad economy, and a bad economy is a symptom of a lack of freedom. You cannot have prosperity under a government whose chief goal is to eliminate freedom and equalize income through the use of force.

But instead of focusing on our loss of freedom, presidential debate moderators would rather ask questions like, “What if you had a son who came to you and said he was gay?” We’re $15 trillion in debt and the most important question he can think of is how Rick Santorum would react if he found out his son was gay?

Our loss of freedom didn’t begin with Barack Obama, but it will surely end with him if he is reelected. Wake up, Republicans! Stop the nonsense and start focusing on the issue of freedom.



Copyright © 2012 Robert Ringer
ROBERT RINGER is a New York Times #1 bestselling author and host of the highly acclaimed Liberty Education Interview Series, which features interviews with top political, economic, and social leaders. He has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business, The Tonight Show, Today, The Dennis Miller Show, Good Morning America, The Lars Larson Show, ABC Nightline, and The Charlie Rose Show, and has been the subject of feature articles in such major publications as Time, People, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Barron's, and The New York Times.

johnpaulca
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1/16/2012 8:49:18 PM

Can you believe this?

They sent my Census form back!.....

In response to question # 4, "Do you have any dependents?"
I replied - "2.1 million illegal immigrants; 1.1 million crack heads; 4.4
million unemployable people, 901 thousand people in over 85 prisons; and
565 idiots in Parliament.

Apparently, this was NOT an acceptable answer.

>> Who did I miss ?


Eman93
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1/18/2012 7:09:26 PM

more fraud in by JP Morgan Chase.. class action lawsuit filed... forged and photoshoped documents.

http://www.courthousenews.com/2012/01/17/43098.htm

TheRumpledOne
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1/23/2012 10:02:51 AM

Why Are Obama’s Supporters So Dumb?

By Robert Ringer - Monday, January 23, 2012

On Hannity last week, the king of vulgarity, Jerry Springer, kept hammering home a puzzling point — that Barack Obama needs additional stimulus money so the government can hire more people. After all, he said, “the private sector can’t employ everyone.”

Now that’s one I’ve never heard before. The private sector can’t employ everyone, therefore the government needs to take more money from working people and “create” jobs for people who aren’t working? Springer’s comment was, of course, code for more redistribution of wealth.

One hundred percent employment is possible only in a police state like the Soviet Union of the twentieth century, where everyone was forced to work — at the job, and at the wages, that the state mandated. And we all know how well that system worked out for the masses.

By contrast, if there were such a thing as a true laissez-faire economy, everyone who genuinely wanted to work would be employed. The problem in today’s socialist America is that everyone does not have to work. Millions of perfectly fit people have the option of remaining unemployed because of “jobless benefits,” minimum-wage laws, food stamps, and other forms of welfare.

Remove all of the above, and the employment rate would, indeed, approach 100 percent. Today, however, people have the luxury of taking their time finding a job that they believe to be worthy of their education, experience, and talents. And the result is that many people choose to be unemployed rather than “underemployed.”

The term underemployed always makes me bristle because it implies that a person has a right to a job and a salary that he deems to be worthy of his efforts. Yet, no matter how hard I search, I cannot find any such right in the Constitution. Come to think of it, I can’t find any rights in the Constitution that the government has the authority to grant.

The fact is that the government has no right to take your money and use it to create a make-work job for someone else. Whether the private sector can or cannot employ everyone is another one of those false premises that the left uses to divert attention from the real issue — in this case, the issue being freedom.

Isn’t it interesting that Ronald Regan, a Republican, and Bill Clinton, a one-time spread-the-wealth Democrat, both cut the number of people on food stamps and presided over the two most robust economies of the past half century? No doubt it was just an inconvenient coincidence.

Unfortunately, as crazy as Jerry Springer’s statement was, both Democratic and Republican statists show, through their actions, that they agree with him. Which is to say that they don’t believe in capitalism. What they do believe in is state capitalism — or, more appropriately, state-controlled capitalism, much like in China. Statist politicians understand that continually increasing welfare benefits is the surest way to stay in office.

We’ve come a long way since Calvin Coolidge famously said, “The business of America is business.” Today, redistribution of wealth is America’s number-one business, which is why free-market constitutionalists are finding it increasingly difficult to push through any cuts in public-assistance programs.

In this regard, perhaps Obama’s greatest triumph in his quest to cleanse the United States of its evil capitalist system has been to increase the number of food-stamp recipients from 32 million to 46 million in just three years.

Not surprisingly, at the recent Fox News Republican debate, brain surgeon Juan Williams, a hapless media soul lost between two worlds, claimed that Newt Gingrich’s reference to Barack Obama as “the food-stamp president” had “racial overtones” — even though half of the people receiving food stamps are white! Nice diversion, I guess.

When Jerry Springer says that “the private sector can’t employ everyone,” he ignores the reality that, from California to Spain … from Wisconsin to Greece, the mantra of the pampered parasitic class is, “We don’t give a damn about the economy, the debt, or the government’s lack of cash. We want our benefits anyway!” Not jobs, mind you. Benefits.

Giving its crack editorial staff due credit, I believe Newsweek had it almost right in its cover-story headline: Why are Obama’s critics so dumb? In fact, with just a bit of editing, I was able to straighten it out for them: Why are Obama’s supporters so dumb? Why do they not see that by continuing to demand that the welfare state expand, their children and grandchildren are destined to live under tyranny?

As Thomas Sowell said in his article “An Ignored ‘Disparity’ – Part IV”, “Whole totalitarian governments have risen to dictatorial power on the wings of envy and resentment ideologies.”

Sorry, Jerry, but the problem is not the private sector’s inability to “employ everyone.” The problem is envy and resentment, the dark duo that blinds welfare recipients from the certain consequences of their actions. Which is why you can count on class warfare, like never before in our history, being the overriding theme of this year’s elections.

It will be ugly.

You have permission to reprint this article so long as you place the following wording at the end of the article:

Copyright © 2012 Robert Ringer
ROBERT RINGER is a New York Times #1 bestselling author and host of the highly acclaimed Liberty Education Interview Series, which features interviews with top political, economic, and social leaders. He has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business, The Tonight Show, Today, The Dennis Miller Show, Good Morning America, The Lars Larson Show, ABC Nightline, and The Charlie Rose Show, and has been the subject of feature articles in such major publications as Time, People, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Barron's, and The New York Times.

Eman93
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1/24/2012 7:33:18 AM

Actual it is a corner stone of Kaysen economics, big Ben and most Republicans believe in..

The theory is in a recession as private company's retract and shrink, Government steps in to fill the void and keep people employed to soften the overall economic impact.

The theory also state that during time of great economic expansion the government should be running a large surpluses and pay off all its debt, then when the slow down happens it can take on some debt in the short term... but that did not happen..

TheRumpledOne
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1/24/2012 7:15:42 PM

Government needs to get out of the way.



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