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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by windcatcher, Jan 23, 2009.
See my man Ron Paul in there ?
This is a shame. Thank you for posting this.
Libs just do not get it. But they will.
Welcome to the "Nanny States of America."
Government gone wild.
Yep, socialism doesn't work.
Yet another Chicken Little story from your friends at Wing Nut Daily. Once the date passes, there'll be some other "crisis".
You think I need your endorsement...... I hope hoof in mouth is good eating!
what is wrong with people in the government, they seem to know nothing about american life. and it's obviously only going to get worse. how many peole depend on used clothing for their family because they could never buy new. now what?
You may say that again!
The people in government have no idea how the poor and nearly poor or those with large families cope. But then the people in government are more after appearances than really caring for the people. .....And when they fail at doing the job which they promised us they were doing with their agencies and their monies.... like the recent peanut butter, or beef recalls, or failure to check for contamination of foods imported into our country from those with more questionable standards... or paint on toys..... they blame it on manpower and under funding and then over extend into an industry which was working within our country and was benefiting the unemployed, the poor, the homeless, the hungry, etc.
There are a lot of people living into their 60's 70's and 80's with relatively good health..... and they grew up in a society where asbestos was not just used for insulation and ship building ....... but also in oven mitts and BBQ gloves, and stove eye covers to turn the heat into less direct force to use a single pot as a double boiler without the fuss and mess. They grew up with lead paint and so did the children they parented. They clothed their children in natural fabrics and man made like nylon, organza, rayon.... all without consideration of fire retardants. They used a lot of bleach and bluing agents for keeping clothes white. The poisons for pests had arsenic, or DDT and was effective: Their soap was made with caustic lye. Cars did not have seatbelts and kids rode in the open back of trucks. Kids took hunting guns to school with plans at the end of the day to meet fathers and other kids for hunting trips from school. ROTC had rifle drills and marksmanship taught from campus. Sure, some things had to change and maybe for the good...... but to watch all the ways the government has regulated safety in our lives..... it would seem that all these people who are living into their old age.... should have already met their death tens of times over because the government failed to giver earlier oversight.
You tell me. From the link:
Still, I don't want to see recalled & dangerous products being resold rather than returned to the manufacturer.
You credibility is lacking when you quote only the portions out of context rather than giving the article a fair representation. The exemption is not universal as you make it appear and to think these charity shops have unlimited storage area for keeping items indefinately while waiting for some kind of instruction is foolish......
Pity how some will twist the truth!
You accuse me of twisting, but I quoted directly. No out of context. Just what your own link says. You just don't like it.
If you read the entire story, it mentions that the shop is being overly cautious...not that they had to do anything.