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#26
Posted: 5/23/2012 12:49:59 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by starwink:



Ktrain is like most poor Republicans.  They don't think for themselves.  They wait until Rush Limbaugh, Hannitty and Fox News tell them what to think.  They then just parrott their talking points.  It's easier for them since they've bought into the idea that critical thinking and a good education is just a liberal/socialist plot.

Starwink, 

Since we have never met on here formally I guess I should introduce myself. Especially since you just categorized me incorrectly and have the complete wrong impression of me. 

I am not a necessarily a Republican, but nor am I a Democrat. I don't really think I can relate to either party at this point. I did the quiz another poster put up in this section and it categorized me as a strong Libertarian. 

I served 5 years in the Navy, but all the while voted Democrat because I didn't believe in almost everything Bush stood for and thought he was an idiot. He essentially was a puppet that was put in there to make a lot of money for his friends, at the expense of millions of Iraqi and American lives. darn him. 

I do plan on voting for Ron Paul in the upcoming election, even if that means writing him in. I like most of what he speaks about and how he actually outlines his policies and how they will work. Romney doesn't really seem to have any outline to his policies, just criticizing Obama for the last four years. However, he does have valid reasons to criticize Obama. His track record is bad, his promises have gone unfulfilled, and his policies going forward don't appear promising. 

I don't watch Fox News, or almost any news for that matter. I don't even have cable right now. I stream sports from the internet for that fix and get my news mostly from the BBC and a few internet sources. None of them being Fox, CNN, MSNBC, or any of the mainstream news sources one would expect. 

So I would appreciate you not categorizing or stereotyping me. Save that garbage for people like Esplanade. Or at least if you are going to do it, get it right. 

Nice to meet you, have a great week. 

And change that lame behind avatar photo, it makes you seem like a douche bag. 
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Posted: 5/23/2012 1:31:43 AM
Thanks for the introduction Ktrain. 

I made a mistake and assumed I knew what your link and post were about, without reading it first.  The number of right wing flakes flooding this forum, during the 8-5 workday, while they are "job creating" influenced my decision making process.

The video you posted was very accurate. 

Unfortunately, money controls the media message.  Money controls both parties to varying degrees.  Money pays less tax percentage wise than the working class.  Money protects their nest above any other.

Money stacks the deck against the other 99% and makes it legal.
Money controls the media, once again.  Yadda, yadda, yadda.
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Posted: 5/23/2012 5:41:34 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Ktrain:


Starwink, 

Since we have never met on here formally I guess I should introduce myself. Especially since you just categorized me incorrectly and have the complete wrong impression of me. 

I am not a necessarily a Republican, but nor am I a Democrat. I don't really think I can relate to either party at this point. I did the quiz another poster put up in this section and it categorized me as a strong Libertarian. 

I served 5 years in the Navy, but all the while voted Democrat because I didn't believe in almost everything Bush stood for and thought he was an idiot. He essentially was a puppet that was put in there to make a lot of money for his friends, at the expense of millions of Iraqi and American lives. darn him. 

I do plan on voting for Ron Paul in the upcoming election, even if that means writing him in. I like most of what he speaks about and how he actually outlines his policies and how they will work. Romney doesn't really seem to have any outline to his policies, just criticizing Obama for the last four years. However, he does have valid reasons to criticize Obama. His track record is bad, his promises have gone unfulfilled, and his policies going forward don't appear promising. 

I don't watch Fox News, or almost any news for that matter. I don't even have cable right now. I stream sports from the internet for that fix and get my news mostly from the BBC and a few internet sources. None of them being Fox, CNN, MSNBC, or any of the mainstream news sources one would expect. 

So I would appreciate you not categorizing or stereotyping me. Save that garbage for people like Esplanade. Or at least if you are going to do it, get it right. 

Nice to meet you, have a great week. 

And change that lame behind avatar photo, it makes you seem like a douche bag. 


It is funny how you get miscategorized so easily...

But when it comes to the alias/alias supporter group, anyone that embarrasses  them in a civil discussion... is automatically an obama loving, die hard leftist, liberal extremist...



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