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Global / Re: Obama Awared Nobel Peace Prize
« on: November 28, 2009, 09:38:30 pm »
If I ever became president I would end the nuclear problem... I'd do that by first forcing my allies to give me all their missiles, then force my enemies to surrender theirs under the threat of trade embargoes and war.
 
The trick is to tell them is a nice calm way that you will kill them if they don't do exactly what you want. They have to think you are crazy enough to actually do it, that's the trick.

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The Mud pile / Re: Hypocrisy courtesy of Maureen Dowd
« on: November 28, 2009, 09:34:42 pm »
Hmm... rewrite the dictionary...

*makes notes in world domination scheme*

On a serious note, lets just say the extent of my seething hatred for people who mock and refute the concept of logic can't be described in any language I know.

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The Public Forum / Re: What is wrong with America?
« on: November 28, 2009, 09:29:43 pm »
In Massachusetts? Please! Our courts are so liberal they regularly let rapists go. I think any judge would laugh at a trial based on a 20 year old taking a picture of his elementary school.

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Rules / Re: My rules
« on: November 28, 2009, 09:17:35 pm »
Of course I know that, my sister can't get a job in Chelsea because she doesn't speak Spanish, that and the fact that she's not related to anyone with such jobs. All my family connections are in the public sector, (where you really don't need any skills whatsoever.)

I refuse to acknowledge racists who think minorities are so weak as to require special treatment. Lets not forget that the exalted cyclops of the KKK, (the senior senator of west Virginia) is one of the most respected members of the democratic party, the same party ensuring that Hispanic Americans don't assimilate by passing laws that have the effect eliminating all the incentives to do so.

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Rules / Re: My rules
« on: November 17, 2009, 05:36:37 pm »
Please make all posts in English, due to some measure of spamming all strangers posting in foreign languages will be banned and their posts will be removed. You may post foreign languages if its clear that you are not spamming. But if your first post around here is in Cyrillic script and is a link to a Toyota add, I might just kick you out.

Thanks for understanding...

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Meet the staff / My confusing political ideology
« on: October 19, 2009, 08:41:31 pm »
I took a number of tests, the results were contradictory.

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http://www.theadvocates.org/quizp/index.html

Your PERSONAL issues Score is 60%.
Your ECONOMIC issues Score is 70%.

According to your answers, the political group that agrees with you most is...

Centrist

CENTRISTS espouse a "middle ground" regarding government control of the economy and personal behavior. Depending on the issue, they sometimes favor government intervention and sometimes support individual freedom of choice.

Centrists pride themselves on keeping an open mind,

tend to oppose "political extremes," and emphasize what

they describe as "practical" solutions to problems.

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http://politicalquiz.net/

The Quiz

The following are your scores. They are based on a gradual range of 0 to 12. For instance, a Conservative/Progressive score of 3 and 0 will both yield a result of social conservative, yet 0 would be an extreme conservative and 3 a moderate conservative

Conservative/Progressive score: 6
You are a social moderate. You think the progressive movement is overall well meaning, but sometimes it goes too far. On issues like abortion and affirmative action, you see the negatives of both extremes on the issue. You probably value religion, but at the same time you think it should still stay separate from the government

Capitalist Purist/Social Capitalist score: 8
You are a Moderate Capitalist. You support an economy that is by and large a free market, but has public programs to help people who can't help themselves or need a little help. Pretty much you believe in the American economy how it currently is.

Libertarian/Authoritarian score: 5
You're a Moderate. You think that we all have certain inalienable rights that must be protected, but that sometimes laws need to be made to protect the majority's lives or quality of lives. You might think that the 2nd amendment isn't necessary anymore because letting everyone a gun is extremely dangerous to the community. You might also be against illegal drug use or public pornography because of its possible harmful effects to society.

Pacifist/Militarist score: 12
You're a Militarist. You believe that since the United States has so much power in the world, it has a responsibility to keep the world safe. You think that if the US does not exert its power in the world, it may eventually lose its power, and that we can not look weak in the face of terrorists, and must take them out where they live.

Overall, you would most likely fit into the category of Democrat

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http://www.politicalcompass.org/test

Your political compass
Economic Left/Right: 0.38
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: 0.26

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http://typology.people-press.org/typology/results.php

Where Do You Fit? Your Results

Liberal

Based on your answers to the questionnaire, you most closely resemble survey respondents within the Liberal typology group. This does not mean that you necessarily fit every group characteristic or agree with the group on all issues.

Liberals represent 17 percent of the American public, and 19 percent of registered voters.

Basic Description
This group has nearly doubled in proportion since 1999, Liberals now comprise the largest share of Democrats and is the single largest of the nine Typology groups. They are the most opposed to an assertive foreign policy, the most secular, and take the most liberal views on social issues such as homosexuality, abortion, and censorship. They differ from other Democratic groups in that they are strongly pro-environment and pro-immigration, issues which are more controversial among Conservative and Disadvantaged Democrats.

Defining Values
Strongest preference for diplomacy over use of military force. Pro-choice, supportive of gay marriage and strongly favor environmental protection. Low participation in religious activities. Most sympathetic of any group to immigrants as well as labor unions, and most opposed to the anti-terrorism Patriot Act.

Who They Are
Most (62%) identify themselves as liberal. Predominantly white (83%), most highly educated group (49% have a college degree or more), and youngest group after Bystanders. Least religious group in typology: 43% report they seldom or never attend religious services; nearly a quarter (22%) are seculars. More than one-third never married (36%). Largest group residing in urban areas (42%) and in the western half the country (34%). Wealthiest Democratic group (41% earn at least $75,000).

Lifestyle Notes
Largest group to have been born (or whose parents were born) outside of the U.S. or Canada (20%). Least likely to report having a gun at home (23%) or attending bible study or prayer group meetings (13%).

2004 Election
Bush 2%, Kerry 81%

Party ID
59% Democrat; 40% Independent/No Preference, 1% Republican (92% Dem/Lean Dem)

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http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2009/03/progressive_quiz.html

Your ideological score is: 245/400 This makes you progressive. The average score for Americans is 209.5

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Your true political self:
You are a

Social Conservative
(35% permissive)

and an...

Economic Liberal
(20% permissive)

http://www.okcupid.com/politics

You are best described as a:

Totalitarian

hehehe, just to the left of darth vader

You exhibit a very well-developed sense of Right and Wrong and believe in economic fairness.

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http://quizfarm.com/quizzes/new/samuelrutledge/political-ideology-quiz/

You Scored as Fascist

Great. You're a fascist. You guys have lost some favor in the past fifty years, but you made some good progress in your time. Too bad you also killed huge groups of people to protect you're ideology. I suppose you can't win 'em all.

Fascist    
   80%
Democrat-    
   67%
Republican    
   40%
Socialism    
   40%
Anarchism    
   37%
Libertarian    
   30%

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http://www.allthetests.com/quiz08/dasquiz2.php3?testid=1084953797

You got 72 points.

Centrist ho! You're like most people, unable to make up their mind. Or maybe you're like a libertarian whose ideas are all over the map. Anyway, you're the target of most ad campaigns because your votes actually affect the outcome of elections (you attention ****, you). For fun, here are where some other major political figures would score (out of 144): George W. Bush: 94 John Kerry: 58 Ralph Nader: 12 Howard Dean: 34 Colin Powell: 82 Joe Lieberman: 70 John Edwards: 52 Harold Browne: 90 Michael Savage: 108 Me: 104

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What political ideology do you have?

Your Result: Fascist
You believe vital industries should be regulated, not by government bureaucrats, but by national syndicates (like medieval guilds), which are composed of representatives from every aspect of the industry. You believe that business, as well as everything else, should work towards the betterment of the nation. You may see the State in a spiritual role. You tend to be authoritarian and extremely anti-communist.
Result Breakdown:
85% Fascist
51% Communist
22% Authoritarian Capitalist
19% Libertarian
10% Democratic Socialist
7% Anarchist
Quiz URL: http://www.gotoquiz.com/what_political_ideology_do_you_have

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http://www.allthetests.com/quiz26/quiz/1225909934/What-Political-Ideology-Are-You

For 40 % you are: You are a democratic Socialist. You believe that socialism can be attained through democratic process only.


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[url]http://quizilla.teennick.com/quizzes/6397848/political-ideology-quiz[/url]]

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http://quizilla.teennick.com/quizzes/6397848/political-ideology-quiz[/url]

You are a liberal.
You favor little social regulation by the government but you do favor the government's regulation of the economy in order to preserve everyones rights and to provide welfare and all types of government services for the people.

So I'm a liberal moderate social democrat fascist. Apparently...

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Right wing / Re: If Patton were alive...
« on: October 14, 2009, 01:31:28 pm »
Yes, I thought so.

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Global / Re: Obama Awared Nobel Peace Prize
« on: October 09, 2009, 08:20:36 pm »
As did Jimmy Carter, Yasir Arafat, and Al Gore.

He may as well have won a free box of fries at McDonald's for all the credibility the Nobel prize has. Its a partisan political hack award bestowed by the Norwegian Parliament to reward anyone who puts America down.

On very rare occasions to they give that award to someone who actually deserves it.

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Right wing / A Song about Obama
« on: September 28, 2009, 10:17:59 pm »
Obama's loved over the ocean!
Obama's loved over the sea!
Obama's loved over the ocean!
By Ahmadinejad, Hugo Chavez, and Kaddafi!

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Right wing / If Patton were alive...
« on: September 26, 2009, 09:58:00 pm »
If Patton were alive, Osama would be chained to an oar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QU1vL3TsIis&feature=related

If only...

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The Public Forum / Re: They say a picture is worth a thousand words....
« on: September 21, 2009, 10:48:24 pm »
I had hoped you would comment on this.

Lets just say if more republicans were like McCain, I'd still be one.

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The Public Forum / Re: What is wrong with America?
« on: September 21, 2009, 10:46:42 pm »
Yeah, on an update, my cousin told my father to tell me he was sorry for the mix up. He didn't recognize me because its been so long since we've seen each other last.

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Big Government - Authoritarian / Re: My Problem with Universal Health Care
« on: September 21, 2009, 08:51:51 pm »
I don't consider life a right either in the sense that the government has to take proactive steps to protect you from the elements. My understanding of the right to life is that the government won't take life away from you, that goes for liberty and the pursuit of happiness if you like.

That having been said the system you describe isn't objectionable as far as I am concerned. It seems fair enough. However I don't think its practical.

I think a much simpler and less costly way to insure national health-care coverage would be to negotiate compensation in higher wages for the loss of employer provided health-care, impose anti trust regulations on insurance companies, reform and reorganize regulations and subsidies related to the health-care system. And create a social welfare program designed to cover regular doctors visits and chronic disease. This will be based on a simple negative tax deduction system. If you pay more than your health-care cost in taxes, you would be allowed to deduct that much from it. If you pay less you would be given money back.

It seems to me that could solve the major problems in the health-care system.

Lack of competition

strain on business

preventative treatment

and

the cost of health-care.

It would also require either the current amount of bureaucracy or even less. Limiting upkeep costs.


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The Mud pile / MA reps like Pedophiles
« on: September 17, 2009, 05:47:43 pm »
Out of the 9 state reps only 1, John Tierney voted to cut funding for Acorn after being caught assisting in the exploitation of under-aged minorities.

Acorn are the scum of the earth, they tried to help a pimp sell under-aged girls to perverts for sex, under-aged girls from al Salvador.

Giving minorities a hand up? Try handing their young women over to pervert!

Anyway, all the state reps of Massachusetts except John Tierney are the scum of the earth, vote for anyone but them.

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The Mud pile / Bush Nazi connection.
« on: September 16, 2009, 12:34:06 pm »
We all know that Prescott Bush was working for Hitler during world war two and is therefore guilty of the Holocaust... right?

Wrong!

Thanks to the Jewish anti deformation league for all their hard work debunking these myths that exploit the unspeakable horrors of the Holocaust for political reasons.

http://www.adl.org/Internet_Rumors/prescott.htm

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Rumors about the alleged Nazi "ties" of the late Prescott Bush, the grandfather of President George W. Bush, have circulated widely through the Internet in recent years. These charges are untenable and politically motivated.

Despite some early financial dealings between Prescott Bush and a Nazi industrialist named Fritz Thyssen (who was arrested by the Nazi regime in 1938 and imprisoned during the war), Prescott Bush was neither a Nazi nor a Nazi sympathizer.

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