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America’s Left and the Art of Class Warfare
Conclub ^ | 04-23-11 | The Rat

Posted on 04/23/2011 9:29:30 PM PDT by TheConservativeCitizen

NOBODY DOES IT BETTER WHEN IT COMES TO DIVIDING AMERICA

The Rat has written recently of the left’s ongoing effort to indoctrinate the youth of America. While it’s a noble effort to be sure, its effectiveness pales in comparison to that of the other two strategies in the liberals’ three-pronged attack on America: Class warfare and a co-opted press.

Liberal Americans – particularly their political leaders and sock puppets in the media - have taken class warfare to a level previously unseen by mankind. While we may be tempted to simply dismiss these people as sniveling sore losers who whine and lash out whenever they don’t get their way, (although that does about sum it up) a closer look reveals the genius that is the tormented mind of the left-wing loon.

Yes folks, liberals have turned class warfare in America into an art form that requires a disciplined set of skills that only they have been able to master. There are basic concepts that every liberal must learn, and hone to perfection if he or she is to become a master in the craft of pitting one group of Americans against another. When it’s executed flawlessly, it’s an awe-inspiring sight to behold.

Although the Rat can’t carry a liberal wing-nut’s class-warfare jockstrap, he can provide a Cliff Notes overview of the six steps of the process you’ll need to master to be effective:

Step 1: Identify the class(es) you plan to “represent.”

This doesn’t mean that you actually have to care about these people in the least, understand their needs, or share their values. Hell, you don’t even have to want for yourself those things you pretend to want for them. You’ll find that the “less informed” your class(es) is (are), the easier it will be to sell them your line of crap. It’s also very effective to choose groups that conservatives must be careful not to offend, such as blacks, Hispanics, gays, and other minorities. The more of these minorities you can pretend to care about at one time, the more effective you’ll be.

Step 2: Identify the person, people, group(s) or thing(s) you plan to turn your class(es) against.

The best target of course, is someone or something that the class you’re patronizing already hates. If in doubt, rich people, Christians, corporations and the Republican Party will usually work just fine. It’s extra effective if you accuse one of these groups of unfairly (illegally is even better) supporting the other, such as Republican lawmakers shilling for large corporations or looking out for the interests of their rich friends at the expense of your class(es). Of course, you can attack Christianity in and of itself -just because it’s “there.” For extra effect, accuse it of bigotry against the “real” peaceful religions of the world.

Step 3: Develop easy-to-remember buzz phrases that even stupid people can misunderstand and memorize.

This step is a basic tenet of class warfare. Think about it: When members of your class(es) are attempting to memorize your talking points, it helps if they’re short and simple. Short phrases work better on hateful signs too. “Compound buzz phrases,” which incorporate two or more people or concepts are always the most effective. “Bush’s tax cuts for the rich” is a perfect example; we have “Bush” and “the rich,” who everyone already hates, coupled with “tax cuts” for someone other that the people you’re lying to. Practice creating some pathetic buzz phrases of your own.

Step 4: Pretend that the other class is attacking you, your chosen class(es) or something your class has or wants.

This is an extremely important step, particularly when you’ve bet your ass on something that didn’t work, and you desperately need to find someone else to blame it on. (Obama’s stimulus plan for example) As is the case with compound buzz phrases, it’s best if you can incorporate several people and or issues into your message. It’s very effective if you can identify the thing(s) that the evil class wants to take away from the class(es) you’re patronizing. (Social Security, or “free healthcare” as an example.) It’s even more effective if you can accuse the other side of racism when they say anything negative about your leader or his socialist programs. (It doesn’t matter that racism is not behind what is being said, your lapdogs in the media will have your back –and they’ll accuse the “guilty party” of racism too.)

Step 5: Make sure your sock puppets in the media parrot your buzz phrases, attack conservatives every chance they get, and distort or outright lie about the facts whenever possible.

This is the easiest step of them all. Not only will the left-wing loons in the “mainstream” media blindly and belligerently line up like lemmings to support or defend everything you say and stand for, (including your lies and distortions) they’ve had decades of practice and they’re good at it. Whether it’s lying or distorting against your opponents, or for you, these eager beavers are at your beck and call.

Step 6: If you find yourself in trouble, flip-flop on the issue(s) and deny, revise, or justify your previous position(s) by blaming it on George Bush.

Take for example, Obama’s original positions on Gitmo, military tribunals, gay marriage, raising the debt ceiling, presidential signage –oops, sorry, Rat got lost in the moment. Similar to the strategy utilized in step 2, the most effective method here is to link your original position to someone the class(es) you’re manipulating hates more than Satan himself: George Bush. (Although most liberals think they’re one in the same) Tell your group(s) that you only wanted to close Gitmo when it was Bush’s decision to leave it open. Or that you were only against presidential signage or raising the debt ceiling when Bush was for it. Your group(s) will buy whatever ridiculous explanation you give them; hook, line, and sinker. Although most members of the OMG will know you’re a hypocrite, they’ll pretend to buy it too. In fact, they’ll actually defend every one of your flip-flops, no matter how blatant and hysterical they may be. Cool, huh?

So there you have it. As Rat said at the top, this is merely an overview of the complex art of left-wing class warfare. He considered the typical “these are trained professionals, do not attempt these tricks at home” disclaimer, but decided against it. Shouldn’t we all be in on the joke?

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TOPICS: Editorial; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: classwarfare; left; liberals; progressives
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1 posted on 04/23/2011 9:29:36 PM PDT by TheConservativeCitizen
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To: TheConservativeCitizen

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2 posted on 04/23/2011 9:48:44 PM PDT by RobinOfKingston (An election is not a (national) suicide pact.)
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To: TheConservativeCitizen
No one does class-warfare better than the Left.


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3 posted on 04/23/2011 9:53:35 PM PDT by rdb3 (Knowledge without God only produces an intellectual barbarian.)
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To: TheConservativeCitizen

I read statistics where CEO’s and senior management of large corporations, years ago made about 9 times what the line employees made...In today’s America, it’s now something like 10,000 times what they make.

But I guess that shouldn’t be discussed.


4 posted on 04/23/2011 10:05:54 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2

My senior management makes at least 20 times what I do. They find the market and sell it. I help produce it. It beats mowing lawns.


5 posted on 04/23/2011 10:09:05 PM PDT by eyedigress ((Old storm chaser from the west)?)
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To: rdb3

That’s because the left depends on exploiting that topic.


6 posted on 04/23/2011 10:15:13 PM PDT by Republic_of_Secession.
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To: eyedigress

What is it you produce?


7 posted on 04/23/2011 10:23:13 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: TheConservativeCitizen

Is it not conservative to be outraged when bloated government employees in their secured government unionized positions, are given tax paid lucrative salaries, tax paid top shelf medical benefits and tax paid lottery style government retirement pensions?


8 posted on 04/23/2011 10:27:56 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2
, years ago made about 9 times what the line employees made..

Do you really think that Henry Ford only made $45 a day?

Try again.

/johnny

9 posted on 04/23/2011 10:39:44 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: JRandomFreeper

If I have to dig up link for you I will.

It’s pretty much a known fact that CEO’s of large companies make *many* times what the employees make, in *comparison* to what the difference was many years ago.


10 posted on 04/23/2011 10:43:32 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: JRandomFreeper

Is it not conservative to be outraged when bloated government employees in their secured government unionized positions, are given tax paid lucrative salaries, tax paid top shelf medical benefits and tax paid lottery style government retirement pensions?


11 posted on 04/23/2011 10:44:37 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2
My outrage is reserved for a federal government bloated far past the bounds of the Constitution. That solves the problem of government employees and their rapacious income. ;)

And yes, I would like a reference for the 9x claim. I'm curious where that comes from, because most of the major capitalist CEOs I can remember from history from before the Civil war make thousands of times what line folks made. It gets worse when you go back to the times of serfdom.

/johnny

12 posted on 04/23/2011 10:52:24 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: JRandomFreeper

According to Business Week, the average CEO of a major corporation made 42 times the average hourly worker’s pay in 1980. By 1990 that had almost doubled to 85 times. In 2000, the average CEO salary reached an unbelievable 531 times that of the average hourly worker.

http://management.about.com/cs/generalmanagement/a/CEOsOverpaid.htm


13 posted on 04/23/2011 10:56:56 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2
Thanks for the link.

Do you believe that government has a place in deciding what CEOs should be paid in relation to hourly workers? Or do you believe that the market will smack down over-reaching CEOs (and they do exist) without government intervention?

/johnny

14 posted on 04/23/2011 11:02:50 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: JRandomFreeper
Do you believe that government has a place in deciding what CEOs should be paid in relation to hourly workers?

No, the government has no place, and is not the issue from my point of view.

My point is how does the average CEO of a major corp made 42 times the average hourly worker’s pay in 1980, and by 1990 it doubled to 85 times, in 2000, the average CEO salary reached an unbelievable 531 times that of the average hourly worker. And today, that number is likely over a 1000 times more than the average worker.

Does this seem a little odd to you?

15 posted on 04/23/2011 11:08:01 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2
No, all I care about is that government stay out of the way except for legitimate public safety and rule of law (courts for settling disputes).

If a company makes more money for the investors and they pay the CEO 1000 x more than the average worker, no skin off my nose, not my business.

I don't get into envy. It's a sin.

/johnny

16 posted on 04/23/2011 11:14:35 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: JRandomFreeper
I don't think envy is the issue.

I think the issue is the average CEO of a major corp made 42 times the average hourly worker’s pay in 1980, and by 2000, the average CEO salary reached an unbelievable 531 times that of the average hourly worker, and today, that number is likely over a 1000 times more than the average worker.

This begs the question: If profits are up so high and the CEO's compensation went up that much, what the hell happened to the average workers pay? Why did their pay increase so little in comparison? In fact, for the past decade, pay for the average worker has been totally stagnant.

How's that work?

17 posted on 04/23/2011 11:30:38 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2
Comparing one person's income to another's is by definition, envy, if to further or engender a sense of outrage.

Why do you believe that the difference occured? Do you have a problem with the difference in increase? And what do you believe should be done?

/johnny

18 posted on 04/23/2011 11:35:50 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: JRandomFreeper
If a company makes more money and the CEO makes 1000 x more than the average worker, no skin off my nose, not my business.

So if your a worker at that company, and the profits go up so much the CEO starts earning 1000 times more than you, and you get no raise to speak of, it's none of your business? No skin off your nose?

You see no issues here?

19 posted on 04/23/2011 11:37:09 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2
No, I don't see any issues. I can either invest in the company or change jobs to get what I believe that MY labor is worth. This is a free country (in theory). I'm not tied to one job forever.

The CEO will keep or lose his job based on the market, just like I will.

/johnny

20 posted on 04/23/2011 11:42:48 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: JRandomFreeper
Comparing one person's income to another's is by definition, envy

Call it what you want. I think cops and other government bureaucrats retiring at 50 years old with 78 percent of their pay for life, with top shelf medical benefits for life, all on the tax payers dime, is obscene not to mention an unfair crushing burden on the tax payers.

Same with CEO's making 1000 times average workers pay, who's wages have been basically stagnant for a decade

You see no problem here.

I see a big problem.

21 posted on 04/23/2011 11:43:23 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: JRandomFreeper
So if *you're* a worker at that company, and the profits go up so much the CEO starts earning 1000 times more than you, and you get no raise to speak of, it's none of your business? No skin off your nose?

No, I don't see any issues.

lol....sure, I believe that.

22 posted on 04/23/2011 11:45:04 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2
You are comparing apples and oranges. Government employees are a different kettle of fish than private company CEOs.

With a private company, it's not your business, unless you are a stockholder.

With public employees, it's damn sure your business, and you have a vote.

Those two things are NOT the same.

/johnny

23 posted on 04/23/2011 11:46:38 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: JRandomFreeper
With a private company, it's not your business, unless you are a stockholder.

So if the company's profits skyrocket, and the CEO is now paid 1000 time more than you, as you stand there with no raise, you'd feel it's none of your business right?

24 posted on 04/23/2011 11:48:42 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2

What is the problem exactly? Name it.


25 posted on 04/23/2011 11:53:01 PM PDT by Yardstick
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To: dragnet2
If I'm not getting what I think I deserve for the effort involved, I'll leave. Go elsewhere. Been there, done that, still have the corporate t-shirts and coffee mugs.

You never answered the question of what you think needs to be done to solve the 'problem' you percieve.

Or perhaps you are just gritching about the state of the world as it exists in it's imperfect form. That, I can understand. Did a bit of that while weeding the garden this morning.

/johnny

26 posted on 04/23/2011 11:54:21 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: Yardstick
In 1980, CEOs at the large companies received 42 times the pay of the average worker. In 2000 the gap went to CEOs making 525 times the average worker.

Are you blind, or just play the stupid role?

lol...

27 posted on 04/23/2011 11:56:12 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: JRandomFreeper; dragnet2
Or perhaps you are just gritching about the state of the world as it exists in it's imperfect form. That, I can understand. Did a bit of that while weeding the garden this morning.

Well played.

What dragnet2 is miffed about is fairness. Unfortunately the world doesn't work like that.

28 posted on 04/23/2011 11:57:23 PM PDT by Yardstick
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To: Yardstick; dragnet2
I think Drag has explained his problem pretty well, correct me if I'm wrong.

a) being a$$-raped on taxes to support burro-rats that just make your life miserable.

b) CEOs income appears to be rising in the last 30 years compared to hourly laborers.

c) Somehow the 2 are connected.

/johnny

29 posted on 04/23/2011 11:58:56 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: dragnet2

Feel free to name what it is that’s wrong with this. Name the principle. Lay out the moral reasoning. Lay out your case. Name the sin. What am I blind to?


30 posted on 04/23/2011 11:59:45 PM PDT by Yardstick
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To: JRandomFreeper

Yeah, that’s the thought process, for what it’s worth.


31 posted on 04/24/2011 12:00:39 AM PDT by Yardstick
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To: JRandomFreeper

If drag can get that profit, have at it.


32 posted on 04/24/2011 12:01:00 AM PDT by eyedigress ((Old storm chaser from the west)?)
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To: dragnet2
If you don't mind me butting in, here's my take on the issue:

Back in the days when CEO pay was less than 50 times the line worker's, a large part of the "pay package" was prestige. That was back in the day when the CEO was likely to have graduated from an Ivy League college and belong to the Episcopal Church. Top executives expected deference and largely got it. For example, a line worker wouldn't even dream of buying a Cadillac car (or even a Buick) even if he could afford it on time payments. To do so would have been uppity and it would have gotten him nailed down.

If you want to take a look at the times when CEO pay was "reasonable," you should read an old book by Vance Packard: The Pyramid Climbers. Once you've finished it would be worthwhile asking yourself if you want to live in that kind of America.

33 posted on 04/24/2011 12:03:52 AM PDT by danielmryan
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To: TheConservativeCitizen
Indoctrination of children produces unemployable retards.

Controlled media produces... us.

Class warfare produces... No jobs and fleeing capital.

These are nothing new. Just lessons of reality that must occasionally redemonstratre to new generations.

I just heard a knucklehead on the history channel say that Jesus had “street cred”.

34 posted on 04/24/2011 12:05:39 AM PDT by mmercier (round and round)
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To: JRandomFreeper
You never answered the question of what you think needs to be done to solve the 'problem' you percieve.

What ever the solution would be, you obviously wouldn't agree, due to the fact you see no problem.

To be honest, it's my opinion greed has death grip on this country. Does this opinion make me a liberal?

Most businesses have become greedy beyond belief. Look no further than the tens of thousands of businesses that routinely hire millions of low wage illegal aliens, as they count their illegal profits on the backs of the tax payers.

Look at Wall Street and their corrupt insiders as the they gang raped investors and the American public...If that were not enough, Americans were then forced to bail them out, all while they're bonuses increased.

Profits regardless of consequences will eventually leave America dead on the floor.

35 posted on 04/24/2011 12:06:39 AM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: eyedigress; All
Wow! anybody notice that the newbie on this thread is from 2004? Where are all the liberal trolls, fake conservatives and real newbies?

Do they not like the topic of class warfare? Or do they think they have won?

/johnny

36 posted on 04/24/2011 12:10:16 AM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: Yardstick
Feel free to name what it is that’s wrong with this.

Greed?

Naw....No way!

They're just disgruntled envious employees!

37 posted on 04/24/2011 12:11:32 AM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: JRandomFreeper
CEOs income appears to be rising in the last 30 years compared to hourly workers.

Ya think?

38 posted on 04/24/2011 12:14:08 AM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2

Government, peoples elected, by US have by law and regulations created their own personal bloodstreams to keep themselves funded for as long as they the elected ones desire to keep their campaigns flush with cash.

And IF an election or ballot measure does NOT meet their specifications, they have back up to undo the vote called the judiciary.

Liberals have darn near taken total control of the four basic pillars of any civilized society... political, education, economy and religious.


39 posted on 04/24/2011 12:15:14 AM PDT by Just mythoughts
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To: dragnet2
Doesn't matter if I disagree with your solution. I'd like to hear it, and would defend to my death your right to air it.

I'd really like to know.

I don't think you are a liberal, or you wouldn't be here after this long. This thread is full of rational discussion and disagreement with folks that have been here on FR for a LONG time. Years and years. Over a decade, in some cases.

/johnny

40 posted on 04/24/2011 12:17:03 AM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: Just mythoughts
The electoral process has been undermined and compromised...Toss in 2 trillion in counterfeit money and see what happens to your economy...Oh wait....lol

Toss in tens of *millions* of illegals and see what happens to your electoral process friend.

41 posted on 04/24/2011 12:18:20 AM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: JRandomFreeper
I have no solution for unrestrained decadent greed.

Sorry.

42 posted on 04/24/2011 12:19:36 AM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2
God and His tool, the market, do have a solution. It's as sure as gravity.

Parasites die when the host dies.

But make sure that your definition of greed is correct. Just because someone is rich, doesn't mean they are greedy.

/johnny

43 posted on 04/24/2011 12:24:04 AM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: dragnet2

Do you ever roll through a stop sign, dragnet2? I’ll bet you do.

Hiring illegal aliens is just business rolling through a stop sign. If government enforced immigration law, business wouldn’t do it. It’s a failure of government.


44 posted on 04/24/2011 12:24:10 AM PDT by Yardstick
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To: JRandomFreeper
But make sure that your definition of greed is correct.

Oh, it's correct. Just look at America's economy and state of affairs.

45 posted on 04/24/2011 12:26:49 AM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2

Right, because greed hasn’t existed until now.


46 posted on 04/24/2011 12:26:59 AM PDT by Yardstick
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To: dragnet2
What's the ratio of a PowerBall lottery winner's earnings relative to the winnings of all the other players? Is that fair?

In this country, if you have drive, get yourself educated you can become a CEO yourself... or a movie star, or a sports star, or a musician, or a real estate whiz, or a winner in the stock market, or invent something fabulous.

Or, you can sit around whining about what you didn't do.

47 posted on 04/24/2011 12:27:28 AM PDT by Cementjungle
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To: Yardstick
Hiring illegal aliens is just business rolling through a stop sign.

Boy, that's a profoundly stupid comment...As if that were the only negative consequence on American society.

If government enforced immigration law, business wouldn’t do it.

Then why do they pay government taxes?

48 posted on 04/24/2011 12:31:57 AM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: Yardstick

No one suggested that but you.


49 posted on 04/24/2011 12:32:59 AM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2
Boy, that's a profoundly stupid comment

Why is that a stupid comment? Argue your case.

50 posted on 04/24/2011 12:33:50 AM PDT by Yardstick
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