Via Ben Howe at MisterSmithMedia:
yeah right, two paths. Goldman Sachs or J.P. Morgan.
Well we’ve seen 3 1/2 years of one path.
Seems like it’s time to switch, to me. Things are getting darker and uglier the longer we go along, with the only light ahead looking a lot like the same train that ran over Greece and is currently smashing through the Eurozone.
And the left is looking at it and eagerly waiting to board. They think it’ll be their ticket to paradise.
More than three and a half years on The Road to Nowhere.
More like a Highway to Hell
Isnt Obama on both of those paths?
Nope. Chico is on the other side. He has made no bones about that.
Chico cant defend the path we are on, even though he voted for it, and he wont accept the conservative alternative.
The only thing left for him to do is bemoan the lack of alternatives as a way to protect his credibility while he votes for Obama again in November .
I don’t think that it is that he can’t defend it. I think he just won’t defend it. I am not convinced that he agrees with the path that obama is on. If he really disagreed with it he would do something to stop it. Instead he has cranked up his opposition to Romney, who is the only person who stands a chance of stopping this. He has bought into all the lefty talking points about Ryan.
His professed opposition to obama is only a pose.
Why do you even pretend Chico?
Chico’s been in sunny Spain, drinking and going to the bullfight.
Spain is a freer country than the USA. Makes the USA look like a fascist police state.
I thought that guy was from OWS until he quit talking. Obama’s path looks pretty much like W’s which looks pretty much like Romney’s. I guess that is why fear is such a big factor in the campaign on both sides.
Sure, ack. Sure. Whatever. Keep play-acting. What you are, and Chico is is obvious.
I have never made any secret that I am a moderate libertarian. But if you are one of those who has to believe that everyone who does not agree with you in every detail has to be an evil lefty, go with it.
Those words, you keep using them, but I do not think they mean what you think they mean… /Inigo Montoya Mode
Moderate libertarian. That is good for a belly laugh. A “moderate libertarian” who just happens to automatically disagree with every point to the right of Obama. Sure.
I would not expect you to be familiar with the range of my political views, and obviously you are not. But if it makes you feel good to stereotype me as a lefty, go ahead. It’s easier than considering what I say. Rodney will probably give you a hug.
Again; please inform me what non left of center views you hold. You make a claim; back it up.
Please inform me which stance you found to not be moderate libertarian. You called me a liar. Back it up.
Still waiting ..
And I suspect I will be waiting a long time, ack. Just one. Come on. If you are a moderate, as you say, SURELY you can find something ….
When almost every single post you make is attacking the right and there is an absence of countervailing attacks leftward? The conclusion to reach is absurdly easy.
Apparantly you missed this one. Let’s try again: Sure. One relates to a topic that has had a lot of discussion here recently, infrastructure. Ideologue libertarians beleive that infrastructure would best be supplied by private business, private toll roads, etc. I believe that infrastructure is a responsibility of government. On a general note, ideologue libertarians believe that the “free market” is always best regardless of the circumstances. I believe that the “free market” is the best approach about 95% to 98% of the time. I believe that there are some areas where the market has proven to be ineffective in providing the best services or products to consumers. In foreign affairs, I am again about 95% to 98 % in agreement with the libertarian position.
And yet somehow you are just about always coming down on the side of the democrats in every thread? Why is it that you can’t bring yourself to oppose the one person who is the exact opposite of libertarianism _Across the board_ Even in areas where the thing he supports might be called libertarian … Obama STILL goes about it in non libertarian ways.
And yet, somehow, you seem to keep coming across as sympathetic to him, and democrats … constantly.
Why is that?
It isn’t. You obviously have not read everything I post. That’s understandable. Also, I am not a doctrinaire conservative, and doctrinaire conservatives tend to see everyone who disagrees with them as opposites, lefties, Democrats.
If you are a supposed “moderate”, very assuredly you can provide moderate views you hold. I won’t hold my breath, however
Sure. One relates to a topic that has had a lot of discussion here recently, infrastructure. Ideologue libertarians beleive that infrastructure would best be supplied by private business, private toll roads, etc. I believe that infrastructure is a responsibility of government. On a general note, ideologue libertarians believe that the “free market” is always best regardless of the circumstances. I believe that the “free market” is the best approach about 95% to 98% of the time. I believe that there are some areas where the market has proven to be ineffective in providing the best services or products to consumers. In foreign affairs, I am again about 95% to 98 % in agreement with the libertarian position.
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