Make mine freedom

Discussion in 'Politics' started by baptistteacher, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. baptistteacher

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  2. carpro

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    Excellent! :applause:
     
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    Oh that's right - you worship at the altar of unionism.

    Intersting - freedom to you is to smoke pot.

    For me it is working at the career that I choose - collecting compensation based on the value of my work - and keeping the fruits of my own labor.

    Too bad that you chose to hide at the bottom of the briar patch all of your working life - you just may have a different out look if you were only willing to take a risk.
     
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    That would figure...that you would respond with a post regarding freedom with a post on union worship (typical for you) and off-topic rantings (also typical).

    Too bad you miss the concept of freedom. But that figures. Most organized crime (union) sycophants do.
     
  6. Magnetic Poles

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    Cute little propaganda piece. "No more private property. No more YOU!"

    We are now suffering from ISMs. Unbridled CaptialISM, & CorporatISM.

    As for calling unions, "criminals", bear in mind that the companies interest and those of the workers are not always the same. There has to be balance. Today, we have none. Corporate interest craft laws to their own benefit.
     
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    Keep repeating those words about the power of the corporations... maybe you'll believe it, but the rest of us won't. :laugh: :tongue3:
     
  8. Magnetic Poles

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    Then you are blind. The banks drafted the bankruptcy reform laws, they have drafted credit card laws. And those are just two examples. I can't afford my own lobbyists. The company can. If you think that what is good for the company is always good for you, come back after you are laid off and tell us about it.
     

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