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« on: October 06, 2011, 11:13:33 am »
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« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2011, 10:22:45 pm »
Government SUCKS for the most part !! They are the ONLY ONES that have the right to take a gun and kill you-----Rob you of your money, property and possessions.------To take your children away from you. Beat you up and lock you up !!!

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« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2011, 10:04:42 am »
Government SUCKS for the most part !! They are the ONLY ONES that have the right to take a gun and kill you-----Rob you of your money, property and possessions.------To take your children away from you. Beat you up and lock you up !!!

Um, only if you deserve it.  Try moving to a country where you DON'T deserve it and it still happens.  :P
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« Reply #3 on: October 09, 2011, 10:09:31 am »
I have seen people have their children taken for no reason while those who should have them taken don't. One of my sons was a crier and the neighbors called children and youth on us. They took him for a month and realized they were wrong in taking him. that is why I hate living in apartments because the neighbors hear EVERYTHING.

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« Reply #4 on: October 09, 2011, 06:30:23 pm »
I'm done wasting my time with this ... Sad that ... people who are stupid enough to ...


Each completed offer requires a varying amount of time to verify, (assure it was completed as stipulated, surveys not speeded-through, etc.).  Surveys in particular often require that the taker leave the completed page up for between 5 and 10 minutes for this verification process.  Failure of verification will result in no credit or, "check account instead" messages.  Paid and trial offers typically take somewhat longer to verify, although
being unaware of these factors isn't necessarily a result of stupidity as much as it is temporary ignorance.
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Re: goverment
« Reply #5 on: October 09, 2011, 09:36:25 pm »
our government fails in every aspect that America stands for. Criminals are the "victims" in this country. Common people esp middle class suffer the most.

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« Reply #6 on: October 10, 2011, 02:03:09 am »
our government fails in every aspect that America stands for. Criminals are the "victims" in this country. Common people esp middle class suffer the most.


That'll happen now and again under whatever form of government the U.S. operates under now.  What form of government would you prefer?

Androcracy, Anarchy, Aristocracy, Autocracy, Communist state, Confederation, Consociationalism, Corporatocracy, Corporatism, Demarchy, Democracy, Despotism, Empire, Ethnocracy, Fascist state, Federation Feudalism, Garrison state, Gerontocracy, Green state, Hierocracy, Isocracy, Interregnum, Kakistocracy, Kratocracy, Kleptocracy, Kritarchy, Kritocracy, Kyriarchy, Logocracy, Matriarchy, Mediocracy, Meritocracy, Minarchism, Monarchy, Nanny state, Nation-state, Nomocracy, Noocracy, Ochlocracy, Oligarchy, Panarchism, Pantisocracy, Parliamentary state, Patriarchy,
Provisional government, Plantocracy, Plutocracy, Police state, Polyarchy, Presidential, Puppet state, Republic, Socialist state, Sociocracy, Squirearchy, Stratocracy, Sultanism, Supranational union, Synarchy, Technocracy, Thalassocracy, Theocracy, Timocracy, Tribe, Tyranny, Unitary state or Welfare state?
One can lead a horse to water however, if one holds the horse's head under, that horse will drown.

             

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« Reply #7 on: October 10, 2011, 03:19:09 pm »
the government is too big....they charge vacations and travel expenses to the people, they have no idea how much a tank of gas costs because they never buy any and they can't even compromise among themselves to balance the budget...sad

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Re: goverment
« Reply #8 on: October 11, 2011, 09:15:07 pm »
our government fails in every aspect that America stands for. Criminals are the "victims" in this country. Common people esp middle class suffer the most.


That'll happen now and again under whatever form of government the U.S. operates under now.  What form of government would you prefer?

Androcracy, Anarchy, Aristocracy, Autocracy, Communist state, Confederation, Consociationalism, Corporatocracy, Corporatism, Demarchy, Democracy, Despotism, Empire, Ethnocracy, Fascist state, Federation Feudalism, Garrison state, Gerontocracy, Green state, Hierocracy, Isocracy, Interregnum, Kakistocracy, Kratocracy, Kleptocracy, Kritarchy, Kritocracy, Kyriarchy, Logocracy, Matriarchy, Mediocracy, Meritocracy, Minarchism, Monarchy, Nanny state, Nation-state, Nomocracy, Noocracy, Ochlocracy, Oligarchy, Panarchism, Pantisocracy, Parliamentary state, Patriarchy,
Provisional government, Plantocracy, Plutocracy, Police state, Polyarchy, Presidential, Puppet state, Republic, Socialist state, Sociocracy, Squirearchy, Stratocracy, Sultanism, Supranational union, Synarchy, Technocracy, Thalassocracy, Theocracy, Timocracy, Tribe, Tyranny, Unitary state or Welfare state?
I prefer a Republic form of government------which is what this country is supposed to be. It was NOT set up as a Democracy ( which is mob rule).

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Re: goverment
« Reply #9 on: October 15, 2011, 05:02:06 pm »
What form of government would you prefer?

Androcracy, Anarchy, Aristocracy, Autocracy, Communist state, Confederation, Consociationalism, Corporatocracy, Corporatism, Demarchy, Democracy, Despotism, Empire, Ethnocracy, Fascist state, Federation Feudalism, Garrison state, Gerontocracy, Green state, Hierocracy, Isocracy, Interregnum, Kakistocracy, Kratocracy, Kleptocracy, Kritarchy, Kritocracy, Kyriarchy, Logocracy, Matriarchy, Mediocracy, Meritocracy, Minarchism, Monarchy, Nanny state, Nation-state, Nomocracy, Noocracy, Ochlocracy, Oligarchy, Panarchism, Pantisocracy, Parliamentary state, Patriarchy,
Provisional government, Plantocracy, Plutocracy, Police state, Polyarchy, Presidential, Puppet state, Republic, Socialist state, Sociocracy, Squirearchy, Stratocracy, Sultanism, Supranational union, Synarchy, Technocracy, Thalassocracy, Theocracy, Timocracy, Tribe, Tyranny, Unitary state or Welfare state?


I prefer a Republic form of government------which is what this country is supposed to be. It was NOT set up as a Democracy ( which is mob rule).


Despite the words of the pledge of allegiance, the U.S. never truly was a Republic, (not that it does not nominally derive political power from the constituient people under the republic but, that elected officials don't actually represent the wishes of those they are supposed to represent).

We don't really have "mob rule" in the U.S. either.  The closest form we do have is a "corporatocracy", (which actually transcends many national borders by way of multinational corporations).
One can lead a horse to water however, if one holds the horse's head under, that horse will drown.

             

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