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To: Yollopoliuhqui
You could not be more wrong.

Traditional family values, sense of community and conservative self-reliance have nothing to do with the “dog eat dog” mentality. Go to Democrat strongholds like NYC, Chicago, Detroit etc and you will see plenty of “dog eat dog”. Go to small towns, suburban communities and church groups and you will see neighbors helping neighbors and people who care about one another.

The MSM are 99% Democrat propaganda operatives for the simple reason that anyone who doesn't say what they are told to say will lose their job. The MSM companies are losing money and readers and viewers. They are also losing jobs. The media people are extremely insecure about their jobs and know that not straying from the government/Democrat orthodoxy is the only way to keep getting a paycheck.

Oligarchy is a vague term usually used by people who are either dishonest or unaware. They third world is full of brutal dictatorships and government by thievery.

Wall Street firms were big supporters of Obama in 2008 and Democrats in general. Wall Street bankers don't like conservatives or free markets. Goldman Sacks was known as “government sacks” Where do you think Tim Geitner and the Obama people came from. Many Democrats had consulting deals with Enron. Democrats place huge burdens on small and medium sized businesses but often buy out corrupt big business types. Look where Chelsea Clinton got her first job. Look who got rich off Solyndra and left taxpayers holding the bag.

You don't have children or don't pay property taxes if you think “brick and mortar education is dead”.

Every year millions of children attend and and billions of taxpayer dollars are spent on “brick and mortar.”

79 posted on 11/08/2012 2:18:02 PM PST by detective
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To: detective
You don't have children or don't pay property taxes if you think “brick and mortar education is dead”.

I agree with you more than Yollo, but the truth is, "brick and mortar education" (if we're talking about public schools) should be dead.

Every year millions of children attend and and billions of taxpayer dollars are spent on “brick and mortar.”

Yes and we need to stop doing that! I.e. throwing way too much taxpayer money at public schools teachers' unions, for way too little educational result (although the $ are great for the unions, and for the Democrat candidates to whom your taxpayer $ subsequently flow).

My last child got his high school education online. I homeschooled him through junior high school. If it had dawned on me earlier how terrible public education had become, I would've homeschooled all my children.

80 posted on 11/08/2012 2:37:29 PM PST by shhrubbery! (NIH!)
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