i am not going to sit here and pick apart your overload of information. do you have all this shit saved? how long did it take you to type and link all that stuff? its a forum dude...
i just want to be clear about a few things. i am not a republican. i am not arguing blindly for the right party (eh, see that cheesy play on words). i am arguing an idea, a philosophy per se. fiscal responsibility should be the top priority of an true american when we go to the polls in november. its about who gives us the best opportunity to cut spending and lower the debt. if by some act of god that was a democrat id vote for them but you cannot honestly tell me that obumma is going to do a better job at REDUCING spending than just about any other person in the entire world. we are all going to have to make tough sacrifices for the better good of our country. eventually the money runs out, and then what?
as i told you in reply to the private message you sent me, i will not sit here and lower myself to shit slinging on a forum. its childish. i spoke my opinion merely to give the other side of the coin. maybe i could change one persons mind.
i wish everyone the best and i respect your right to have and express your misguided political views. thanks
You're welcome (whatever that means - it never made sense to me but I use it anyway because everyone else does
You have your opinions about what is important and so do I. The way I look at it, whatever happens it's not going to matter much anyway to an organism with such a short lifespan.
For the nation, it'll all work out in the end, including the national debt. Besides, there is a long history of national debts being forgiven if it comes to that - but it won't. That problem is over-rated, IMO.
Economies rise and fall. Germany was in the tank thirty years ago, now they're on top. Japan was on top, now they're on the bottom. Lucky for us we still have massive growth potential with unlimitted creativity; and once enough personal debt is reduced and the inventory of homes is reduced and capital loosens up, and a few other things, things will take off again and the debt will be paid down. The American system is still intact. It's just in idle after a long race. China is already fizzling. Russia chokes on corruption and appears it will always be that way. Some day something will replace oil and the Middle East will lose relevancy. Iran is not going to use a nuclear weapon and experience annihilation in return. Lastly, god is not going to return and send anyone to hell. Take a chill pill, everyone.
Politics is 90% bullshit anyway. It's more like sports for adults.
The presidency is over-rated too...most of the time, certianly not all the time (as in war or Supreme Court nominations). They often get credit for things they shouldn't and take blame for things they shouldn't. Their supporters are equally ridiculous. So is Fox News and MSNBC. The whole thing is a joke. And from what I hear, the rest of the world knows it. Modern media shows the whole world how stupid we act. It's become our worst national embarrassment. Moderation and compromise is all but dead and our system of legalized bribery (mainly political donations) is legislated corruption (I still can't believe Congress allowed themselves to trade on inside information).
Have a nice day, America.