Know you enemy
Just so you don't forget who the true enemies of the republic are.
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Re: Know your enemy
As the masses sit on their a$$es and watch American Idle.
Simply the natural progression, the next logical step beyond the kids who dressed up like phone repairmen in Louisiana and pulled off the Acorn pimp charade.
yep, know your enemy.
From the comments:
Most libertarians are quite supportive of the greatest coercive theft going on today: private land ownership in the absence of taxes that recoup the (land) rent on behalf of all those whose liberty to use the land (which the landowner did not create) has been violated.
Birds of a feather.
Re: Know your enemy
You've suffered the ultimate (hypocritical) indignity.....havng a typo corrected by me.
The only way it could have been worse would be if had been done by ollie.
Re: yep, know your enemy.
There still are some of those around Sam.
Thank goodness, huh, that all of those people out on the streets in Egypt aren't required to pay taxes on their meager, or in many cases virtually non-existent incomes. They'd reallly be p.o.'d.
State budget shortfalls all over America are going to lead to serious situations in townships, school districts, counties and cities wherein property tax increases on working property will be seen as the only option in order to keep the lights on, the streets and biways clear and the cops on the beat. Expect and look for modifications in indexing also. They won't be avoidable. Increases on the owners of depressed residential properties with no. or nominal. ability to pay won't fund even the most minimal sevices.
Only 2 possible scenarios really exist... a spectacular plunge, or orderly descent.
Re: relationship problems?
Actually don't spend a lot of time at the site you linked.
I've been reading Michael Lewis' "The Big Short" about the people who figured out that the housing finance bubble was going to implode when the whole world, including most of the best and brightest, didn't see it at all.
I like Lewis' stuff a lot (Money Ball, The Blind Side, he also has a Wall street pedigree and thus has some cred on this topic) and to a degree the way he uses the stories of indiviuals to tell the story is just part of his style.
But anyway, it does present a fundamental fact- that it is usually the village idiots, kooks and cranks who, for some strange reason, wake up from mass hypnosis first.
And those who are most deely entranced tend to react the most violently to the suggestion that the herd may be running toward a cliff.