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Jbirky
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you don't seem to see how ridiculous that is.
how would you do that? also the government isn't stealing it is called democracy.


The Government is little more than a series of private for-profit corporations approved by congress, but it is the tax payers who are paying on debt that is not not their own. One example is the Federal Reserve Bank.

Really, I am not sure you know what a democracy actually is all about. It is about voting for your leaders & over-throwing (or at least voting-out/impeaching) the bad ones. A real democracy is about freedom in your life, liberties, and pursuit of happiness.

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some would say that that isn't human.

People need to learn to take care of themselves, their families, and their neighbors instead of being indigent. I go to work 5 days a week, 8 hours a day (more or less), and sit at a desk being a productive member of society, while a family just outside my office window across the street can be seen with binoculars. None of them have jobs, their kids are most likely of High School age, yet apparently do not go to school (or College), and they do the same thing every day. They move the couch & flat TV outside to watch TV in the great outdoors and eat KFC. You know who pays for it? That Taxpayers!

Really, I would make a Government program called IYDWYDE (If You Don't Work You Don't Eat). It would put a heck of a lot of people back to work! People need to be self-sufficient.

Can you really understand democracy being from Germany? Are people their free? or do they get taxed to death and screwed by "Trivial regulations?"
I do agree that there is an excess of regulation in the trivial.

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OMG, you have constructed yourself a nice simple world in your head. now, if you would be happy with that, it would make some sense.


I live in the harsh, real world. This simple, nice world you are thinking about is the suburbs of the Beach Front property the Government is selling you in Wyoming.

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petty theft isn't the society's problem, organized crime and such that is barely (il)legal is.
The government that you criticize is part of that problem, I doubt your wild-west-judge-dread will save you from corporate semi-criminals (those who steal your tax money).


That is the thing; I don't need Judge Dread because I have the 2nd Amendment: "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."
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steve214
Democracy is a very expensive proposition but it it still the best option out there. Yes it is not perfect but the other forms of government out there are not much of an option.
I think that right now in the U.S. the present administration is dealing with the results from the previous one, you can not expect things to change over night when they took years to get where they are at now. I also do not understand why the people seem to be afraid of a president that that seems to be able to think for himself and comes across as an educated person. It is very easy to criticize the job being done but it is another thing to get involved and try to to assist in making change, and by making change I do not mean jumping on radical band wagons just because they are all the rage at the moment.
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MoTheG
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One example is the Federal Reserve Bank.

In germany and most other countrys the central bank is a independent institution that is not owned by privat banks and that pays money to the government.

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You know who pays for it? That Taxpayers!

I don't see how that can be the case in the US. As far as I know there is no meaning full (allowing for expensive fast food ...) welfare in the US.

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Really, I am not sure you know what a democracy actually is all about.
Can you really understand democracy being from Germany? Are people their free? or do they get taxed to death and screwed by "Trivial regulations?"

I don't get your drift here.
Yes we have the biggest law-book of the word but no, some of us don't get taxed enough.
We have been a democracy since 1918, with one interruption by an elected dictator.

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I live in the harsh, real world.
I have the 2nd Amendment: "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."

Yea you are a really tuff guy, just shot the MF and forget about "rule of law". trials are for pussys.
That 2nd amendment was against(with the ... in mind) the British colonial forces. Are you the member of a "well regulated militia"? Did the USA have the most powerful military in the world in 1791 ?

You are a clear case of a hard core political right and therefore it is no wonder you disagree with Obama because he is not. He isn't a social Darwinist like you.
If it can not fly with NiMH it is not a plane.
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