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#3 - anonymous (04/23/2013) [-]
The house passed it. Still has to go through Senate (It wont) and even if it does, the president can veto (and he probably would)
User avatar #8 to #3 - silverzepher (04/23/2013) [-]
ya, the president, the socialist black man we put in charge of the country and expected him to fix it. when will we learn from the internet, you don't leave a black man in charge of your stuff and expect to comeback and find it, he is black, he has a higher rate to be a nigger, niggers have no qualms about stealing. just so you don't think i am just going after him because i am a; white; conservative; republican; well off member of society; i will tell you what i really am. i am a white, true communist(i believe it would work if we all worked on it together, and not split ourselves into parties), i have no job, my phone is being paid for by my father while i look for a job, i have had 7 interviews in the past months, before i worked as sears making 400 a week, i got fired, i had a wedding to go to in Italy(ticket paid by family), my grandfather died, then after the winter where i was looking for jobs around my mother's house in Michigan(during the winter to feed the fire so she wouldn't freeze) i decided it wasn't going to pan out so in the spring i came back here, then my cousin committed suicide, and now i am back at my father's looking for a job, and yes i voted republican in the last election that doesn't mean i believe they are what is best for this country, but i do not believe that if a ship hit an iceberg it should keep trying to ram through it, they should put it in reverse and see if they can get out that way, and if they can't they should keep turning until they can get out.
#18 to #8 - dstone (04/23/2013) [-]
"WE pun in charge"? Not me bro I voted Paul lol
User avatar #19 to #18 - silverzepher (04/23/2013) [-]
we as a country, not as we the individuals.
User avatar #20 to #19 - dstone (04/23/2013) [-]
Not even as a country. As an electoral college.
User avatar #21 to #20 - silverzepher (04/23/2013) [-]
it is supposed to represent the wishes of the people, it doesn't but that is what it is supposed to do. if you notice in my other posts where i clarify my standing on the subject that i am getting my red thumbs for, mainly #15 is how i would describe my version of communism(for lack of a better term)
User avatar #22 to #21 - dstone (04/23/2013) [-]
What it is supposed to do, and what it doesn't are different things. It doesn't therefore why give credit where it isn't due?
User avatar #23 to #22 - silverzepher (04/23/2013) [-]
i wasn't giving it credit, but under this government, that is what you get, don't like it go through the process, get elected and change it. if you can't do that, sit idly by and watch it crumble, and see them scurry to put it back together again.
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User avatar #13 to #8 - ZeGerman (04/23/2013) [-]
I was born in the former German Democratic Republic. Communism is a lie.
User avatar #15 to #13 - silverzepher (04/23/2013) [-]
so is capitalism, so is socialism, i mean communism that is used by the people, not by a government. yes the last "great" communist countries have fallen, but that doesn't mean a country can't rise to so stand for the belief that we should all share to better ourselves, one set up in such a way that if it ever stepped out of line the people would have the right to step in and change it, or to choose how their money should be spent. my vision of communism is not the text book, one man in power, and bread lines. mine is a merging of capitalism, by allowing you to open businesses, and operate factories, to earn and save money, communism, by using the taxes to keep the country running, helping people, keeping the services the country provides in working order, and democracy, allowing for the "leader" to be chosen, and the representatives telling them where the country needs funding, and where the people need to be helped. a country that asked its people what do you think about doing this, or what about if we added this. a country that asked and followed the people, not the leaders. a leader isn't someone in full control of the government, he is in charge of the dealings with other countries leaders, we put too much power in the hands of too few. i know your view might be colored in a darker shade on the topic, and i don't want to say it is wrong, infact you have experienced this in a way that i could never, and you could help by explaining where the government you once lived under went wrong, and what could have been done to improve it. if you wouldn't mind helping someone who believes in people over governments, and believing we should all help each other?
#12 to #8 - ZeGerman (04/23/2013) [-]
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User avatar #9 to #8 - bobthedilder (04/23/2013) [-]
Yeah communism has worked/is working so well for the nations that have it. Its also likely that Obama fired you from Sears and made you cousin commit suicide.
User avatar #10 to #9 - silverzepher (04/23/2013) [-]
yes because i said the exact communism that is running in the countries today. the actual belief in communism isn't, give all the power to the government, and let them decide what is fair and just, no it is "we are people, we need things that the other has, lets trade and call it even." but that only works in small groups, so on a larger scale yes a government is needed, but not the giant colossal machines we have to day, we have a figure head(someone to read out what the people want), representatives(to tell the government where to spend the money), law enforcers(to keep the law, and not to use excessive force, might doesn't always make right). my job at sears was lost because they had too many people and not enough hours to pass around, so i who had 1 day left before they would have to have a legitamite reason to fire me was fired, because i worked my ass off taking extra jobs from other "leaders" to get up to 40 hours a week. my cousin commited suicide because she felt that she was worthless and would never acomplish anything of value in her life. this after being published in text books, and having a great job in radiology(if i remember) in one of the local hospital, while she was furthering her studies, and having interviews to take a leadership position in a hospital out west. so plaes spare me your little japes about "thanks Obama", and other such bullshit, i don't mind if you comment but do try to look at things through someone else's eyes you over privileged twat.
User avatar #11 to #10 - bobthedilder (04/23/2013) [-]
Hmm, maybe if you weren't fucking stupid and babbled about a failed form of goverment and your job loss and your cousin incoherently maybe your situation would've come across in a matter in which people could understand. Over privileged? I wish, life sucks, get used to it. Have a nice day you racist shit eating cunt.
User avatar #14 to #11 - silverzepher (04/23/2013) [-]
1. all forms of governments are failures of their pure form
2. i responded to the first point you brought up, i typed it in a way that allowed for my story to be put in chronological order so it could be seen in a way that tells a story rather than here a jumbled facts.
3. yes life sucks and to quote the french "vie c'est merde"
4.where in my post did i ever use a racial slur?
have a horrid half an hour, you preciousness, lying, sack of human waste, who would be better used feeding a garden than living among society as a whole, and may your goals forever be out of reach.
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