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Thurisaz

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Paladin

Location: Prague, Bohemia
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Subj: Re: how republicans are born...
Posted: Tue Jun 27, 2017 at 09:28:04 pm EDT (Viewed 158 times)
Reply Subj: how republicans are born...
Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 at 02:03:50 pm EDT (Viewed 195 times)

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You know, no matter how frustrated I continue to get with the left, its stuff like this that reminds me that republicans are clueless.

https://www.someecards.com/news/politics/grover-norquist-republican-daughter-guitar-taxes/

The constant inability to see that taxes (even if we don't like em) are not only necessary but helpful. Republicans seem to think gubmint is evil, even though you live in a democracy. Government might be annoying, my be incompetent, but at least it is a democracy and they (should) use your tax dollars to benefit you.

I look at taxes the same way I look at a long queue in a shop. I might not want to stand in line waiting but I do it anyway, because if I don't wait my turn, society breaks down. that's part of living in a society.

The simple fact that this guy thought he made a brilliant point shows an 8 year old's level of understanding of life.

I thought extrapolating a stereotype onto an entire group of people to prove your own narrow point was what the Republicans were usually criticized for by liberals. Seems you're closer to them than you thought.

The more polarized this country becomes the more people on the extreme sides of each aisle look exactly alike.

Or given that this is ComicBoards allow me to put it in nerd terms. "You have become the very thing you swore to destroy."




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