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#1252 - **joshed rolls 427,688,905** 10/24/2014 on Free Steam 0
#1249 - **joshed rolls 609,528,285** 10/24/2014 on Free Steam 0
#140 - come on, it's not like Christianity is any better. go back thr… 09/08/2014 on Allahu Akbar +1
#2073 - **joshed rolls 840,191,081** 07/20/2014 on Top 10 Things I like About FJ 0
#65 - Picture 07/10/2014 on Tank gives no fucks 0
#230 - no denying that, but how could you possibly be proud of a mode…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/05/2014 on Dog Bless Mericam! 0
User avatar #231 - ihatem (07/05/2014) [-]
Because they know it isn't their fault the way the country is today. It's a very complicated issue, and although it could be simplified to "Starting with two quiet court cases in 1976 and 1978, money in politics slowly and quietly ran this country into the ground and stripped national level democracy", it's still got lots of explaining and expanding on the the thought to do, but the Americans themselves still hold the potential of the country they were left with in the mid 70s before that disaster.
Interested in hearing more or was that plenty?
User avatar #239 - economicfreedom (07/05/2014) [-]
Not that money in politics isn't an issue, but America was going downhill long before then. The lecture that I posted was given in the 70s.
America in its prime, the late 19th and early 20th century, produced the greatest economic prosperity that the world had ever seen. America has not been the same since the government was rapidly expanded during the new deal of the 30s.
User avatar #250 - ihatem (07/06/2014) [-]
Oh, it's much worse with money in politics, I mean it's very serious. You literally can't get anywhere, maybe virtually impossible at the least, not totally but virtually, without stopping the top of the country from getting their way on almost every issue.

A Princeton study of tons of political issues since 1980 showed that the average American's opinions had virtually zero impact on what the government actually did and the top of the tops got it nearly every time. The study declared America pretty much an oligarchy. You have the politically powerful with money shoveling it in dirty ways to politicians with financial pressure on campaign funds and get the right politician who knows who to bow down to the best to get votes and spread influence. We look at all the percentiles since 1980 and everyone does sorta okay except the top 1% who have an absolute skyrocket, no accident. And another thing, since the last recession, the top guys got nearly all capital gains, which is what the news reported when they said we're doing better, but the average Joe saw a net loss of about 12%. If that's not enough then I guess I could keep going?
It's pretty damn serious to me as an American who likes to continue to believe in Democratic systems and real political debates that come from the people's desires.
www.princeton.edu/~mgilens/Gilens%20homepage%20materials/Gilens%20and%20Page/Gilens%20and%20Page%202014-Testing%20Theories%203-7-14.pdf

www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3220

blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/09/10/some-95-of-2009-2012-income-gains-went-to-wealthiest-1/
#228 - what a awesome country you have to have that many of the popul…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/05/2014 on Dog Bless Mericam! +1
User avatar #247 - heartlessrobot (07/05/2014) [-]
One were the cops actually catch them.
#227 - wait wait wait, this is serious isn't it? Americans really bel…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/05/2014 on Dog Bless Mericam! 0
#233 - anonymous (07/05/2014) [-]
Whats the matter faggot? you upset because america bailed your ass out not once but twice now from getting turned into nazis and communist? You're welcome. America does these things for the rest of the world and no one else gives us the respect we have earned. They just want to jump on the freedom train when they need help or throw rocks at it as it passes by because they are inferior.
#243 - anonymous (07/05/2014) [-]
Calls someone a maggot
Demands respect
Your like that stupid ass kid who says they has a relative at every major game company.

Now america was a great help but guess what, if it was not for Russia advancing and putting pressure on Germany then the US would of not gotten to Berlin and if it was not for the English then the invasion of Europe would of never happened.

So its safe to say that the wars were won by not just one county's effort but from the effort of all the allies.
#244 - anonymous (07/05/2014) [-]
opps meant Faggot
#225 - wait, so do Americans really believe that they are the best co…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/05/2014 on Dog Bless Mericam! -1
User avatar #240 - lolollo (07/05/2014) [-]
Truth be told, we're just a bunch of smartasses...
User avatar #229 - economicfreedom (07/05/2014) [-]
Milton Friedman - What is America? (Lecture) It was at one point
#230 - joshed (07/05/2014) [-]
no denying that, but how could you possibly be proud of a modern america?
User avatar #231 - ihatem (07/05/2014) [-]
Because they know it isn't their fault the way the country is today. It's a very complicated issue, and although it could be simplified to "Starting with two quiet court cases in 1976 and 1978, money in politics slowly and quietly ran this country into the ground and stripped national level democracy", it's still got lots of explaining and expanding on the the thought to do, but the Americans themselves still hold the potential of the country they were left with in the mid 70s before that disaster.
Interested in hearing more or was that plenty?
User avatar #239 - economicfreedom (07/05/2014) [-]
Not that money in politics isn't an issue, but America was going downhill long before then. The lecture that I posted was given in the 70s.
America in its prime, the late 19th and early 20th century, produced the greatest economic prosperity that the world had ever seen. America has not been the same since the government was rapidly expanded during the new deal of the 30s.
User avatar #250 - ihatem (07/06/2014) [-]
Oh, it's much worse with money in politics, I mean it's very serious. You literally can't get anywhere, maybe virtually impossible at the least, not totally but virtually, without stopping the top of the country from getting their way on almost every issue.

A Princeton study of tons of political issues since 1980 showed that the average American's opinions had virtually zero impact on what the government actually did and the top of the tops got it nearly every time. The study declared America pretty much an oligarchy. You have the politically powerful with money shoveling it in dirty ways to politicians with financial pressure on campaign funds and get the right politician who knows who to bow down to the best to get votes and spread influence. We look at all the percentiles since 1980 and everyone does sorta okay except the top 1% who have an absolute skyrocket, no accident. And another thing, since the last recession, the top guys got nearly all capital gains, which is what the news reported when they said we're doing better, but the average Joe saw a net loss of about 12%. If that's not enough then I guess I could keep going?
It's pretty damn serious to me as an American who likes to continue to believe in Democratic systems and real political debates that come from the people's desires.
www.princeton.edu/~mgilens/Gilens%20homepage%20materials/Gilens%20and%20Page/Gilens%20and%20Page%202014-Testing%20Theories%203-7-14.pdf

www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3220

blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/09/10/some-95-of-2009-2012-income-gains-went-to-wealthiest-1/
#104 - you have alot of red thumbs so i gave you a green one 06/27/2014 on how sweet 0
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User avatar #12 - bogbean (09/02/2013) [-]
that will teach you for giving me red pixels
User avatar #11 - elcreepo (09/02/2013) [-]
Banned, shouldn't of thumbed me down joshed.
User avatar #9 - jokervsbatsy (09/02/2013) [-]
fag
User avatar #8 - lolwtfbbqryan ONLINE (09/02/2013) [-]
you seem to be hated by the funnyjunk community.
anyways, explain why you had to be a dickhead and thumbed this down.
www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4768928/This+sums+up+how+I+feel/
#7 - zersig (09/02/2013) [-]
Lol wait

Did I miss something
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User avatar #5 - joshuaz (09/01/2013) [-]
Your a faggot
User avatar #4 - unclejungle (09/01/2013) [-]
You ****** up.
#2 - pokemonstheshiz (09/01/2013) [-]
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#3 to #2 - hektoroftroy (09/01/2013) [-]
This ************ thumbed down all my **** and everyone else's **** .
#1 - doubledisme (09/01/2013) [-]
hey bitch why are you thumbing down everyones **** ?
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