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Those comments; simply amazing. No...that's not true. I've read these kinds of comment's before and far too often. The ill informed and ignorant are quick to comment but never to come up with a better answer. Much like the Republican Party...
I figured that this would be the case, but I was surprised -- impressed even -- that it was summed up so completely in two responses: One of lathered hate and the other of pure self-interest.Incidentally, we have the same M-B profile.
Say what? These dolts don't know the definition of the word debate. Paul Krugman has an excellent Op-Ed piece in this morning's NYT edition. I urge everyone to read it.http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/17/opinion/17krugman.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=tha212
These two responses show us how little people read, even when the stakes are high and the decisions are difficult. It's much easier to fall back on lingo or deep-seated prejudice supplied or stoked by talk radio. Heaven help us when even more newspapers and news magazines go under.
You saw Paul Krugman's piece in today's NY Times on this same topic, right?http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/17/opinion/17krugman.html?ref=opinionI could not help but notice these comments say the same thing as older retired military fellow I encountered who wants to emmigrate out to New Zealand so he can get More! Better! Cheaper! health care, while blaming the 'illegals' for everything that's wrong in this country.Love, C.
It's not just about their ignorant thinking, it's about their lack of knowledge of their native language. But I guess this goes hand in hand. Ouch.
Surely Curdtz meant Welfare annelids comprising the subclass Hirundea when he called them "leache"s or was he going for the removal of soluble or other constituents from the action of a percolating liquid ? That's the bedevilment of these teabagging big ass cerebellums, they are so complex in their syntax and surgeon-like precision with les motes justes. that we laypeople are often unable to keep up with their dizzying intellectualism.
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