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#22854 - anonymous (02/05/2013) [-]
America! Land of the free (handouts), home of the eternally indebted!
#22858 to #22854 - duudegladiator (02/06/2013) [-]
That is true, but we are something like 40-45% Eternally Indebted to ourselves.    
The Handouts will continue to happen as long as we are completely Liberalized.
That is true, but we are something like 40-45% Eternally Indebted to ourselves.

The Handouts will continue to happen as long as we are completely Liberalized.
User avatar #22863 to #22858 - Shiny (02/06/2013) [-]
>completely Liberalized

>corporations are people
>gay marriage is still illegal almost everywhere
>multiple state-level attempts to constitutionally prohibit said marriage
>war of aggression keeping economy stable with military industrial complex
>multiple bills that would have corporatized the internet almost passed
User avatar #22868 to #22863 - duudegladiator (02/06/2013) [-]
1. I don't know about the "Corporations = People." thing.
2. gay Marriage has to do with the ideas of the Population and the effects it has on the Representation it has is the Congress.
3. The main prohibition of said marriage is the "requirement" to have said marriages in churches. Where the seperation of CHURCH AND STATE still applies, any bill can be denied by churches.
4. War of aggression does next to nothing to keep economy stable, Soldiers are getting rations cut and the only people profiting from this is the Privateers and the Diplomats who say that they represent our best interests by giving themselves a pay raise.
5. Those bills directly go against the will of the people, and by even putting a bill up, they should be accused of a treasonous act.

I was mostly commenting on the distribution of Food Stamps and Welfare checks, i may have mis-used the word Liberalized, whereas i should have said Socialized, my bad.
#22919 to #22868 - largenintimidating (02/06/2013) [-]
1. Citizens United and numerous other less high-profile court decisions and bills basically rest on a corporation as a whole having the same rights as a US citizen.
2. gay marriage is totally about the ideals of the state's population, but I fail to see how gay marriage has any effect on congressional representation.
3. The main argument against states legalizing gay marriage, even via magistrate, which has nothing to do with church, is that it's a sin. That's as religious an argument as you can get. Either the First Amendment is honored, and the "gay marriage is a sin" argument is retired and churches get to decide for themselves whether to recognize them or not, or the First Amendment is chucked out of the window, churches are forced to recognize future gay marriages if they are legalized, and get to continue participating in the argument with religious objections.
4. No argument here.
5. Another home run.

Food stamps and welfare checks though, are practically impossible to live on, and the US system is generally just pretty fucking un-"socialized" as far as I can see.
User avatar #22869 to #22868 - Shiny (02/06/2013) [-]
That's fair enough. I agree that the welfare system needs reform, actually, I just felt like stirring shit.
#22870 to #22869 - duudegladiator (02/06/2013) [-]
Its good to stir up shit. You made me think on a night time schedule where i look at FJ like a brain dead moron.
#22867 to #22863 - anonymous (02/06/2013) [-]
there's so much more to politics than common controversial social issues
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