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Old 02-19-2019, 03:15 AM
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I thought we already had it called public schools?

Really, do we want these people breeding and expanding their gene pool of they can't figure out how to afford their kids in the first place?

Does she see the writing on the wall? If Trump closes the border, she needs to breed up a new set of voter base?

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Old 02-28-2019, 05:03 PM
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Trump brought up forcing employers to pay for it during campaign. Liberal thing.
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Old 02-28-2019, 08:13 PM
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The libs sure have a lot of designs on the wealthy in this country. If they ever add up all the costs of their proposed programs, they would find that the costs would expend the entire wealth of the rich and then some. Such a program would also put a lot of people out of work and their day jobs. There's a reason why most libs aren't accountants, etc.
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Old 02-28-2019, 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by CalHunter View Post
The libs sure have a lot of designs on the wealthy in this country. If they ever add up all the costs of their proposed programs, they would find that the costs would expend the entire wealth of the rich and then some. Such a program would also put a lot of people out of work and their day jobs. There's a reason why most libs aren't accountants, etc.
People sometimes lose sight of the objective. The Democrats most always try to figure out ways to get money flowing down none traditional paths. The object is to set up schemes for them to siphon off a bigger slice of the pie. Changing laws, changing goals, even tearing down an existing structure. They figure if they can get the money flowing in new directions it will benefit them monetarily. Whether it's welfare drones, government employees, expanding government or redirecting industry, it is all about controlling the money flow in the end.

You can always spot a liberal, they get excited about new, it really doesn't make any difference if it is better or worse, just so long as it is new. New is always better, it is a mindset.
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Old 03-01-2019, 03:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Fieldmouse View Post
I thought we already had it called public schools?

Really, do we want these people breeding and expanding their gene pool of they can't figure out how to afford their kids in the first place?

Does she see the writing on the wall? If Trump closes the border, she needs to breed up a new set of voter base?

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...-by-wealth-tax
I don't know what public schools are for if it isn't child care. The favorite thing for liberals is "job training programs" when they come up with job creating schemes. This after the kid has spent 12 years being taught by the State.
Kids should come out of school well equipped to become self sufficient productive citizens. Obviously it is the other way around,
probably because self sufficient American Citizens are the biggest threat to the Democrats.

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Old 03-01-2019, 04:30 AM
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Treating school and sports teams like childcare may be the biggest part of the problem. I don't have an issue with focused programs designed to give needy folks a little help. But like everything there has to be limits. Referring to those in need as "these people" and inferring that you should have some say in the reproductive rights is not very helpful and it shows you in a poor light FM.
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Old 03-01-2019, 06:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Mickey Finn View Post
Treating school and sports teams like childcare may be the biggest part of the problem. I don't have an issue with focused programs designed to give needy folks a little help. But like everything there has to be limits. Referring to those in need as "these people" and inferring that you should have some say in the reproductive rights is not very helpful and it shows you in a poor light FM.
no, it puts you in the light of ignorance. When government subsidizes anything you get more of it. You're on record disliking corporate subsidies. I guess the last thing you want is more private sector jobs in your community. Yet, you're for subsidies for people who can't figure out how to raise their own kids on their own. Your position will just create more of them.
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Old 03-01-2019, 08:40 AM
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The Christian Evangelical wing of the Republican party will only increase populations of low income people, by their efforts to eradicate Planned Parenthood; which will only increase the need for Federally expanded child care.
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Originally Posted by Mickey Finn View Post
Treating school and sports teams like childcare may be the biggest part of the problem. I don't have an issue with focused programs designed to give needy folks a little help. But like everything there has to be limits. Referring to those in need as "these people" and inferring that you should have some say in the reproductive rights is not very helpful and it shows you in a poor light FM.
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The Christian Evangelical wing of the Republican party will only increase populations of low income people, by their efforts to eradicate Planned Parenthood; which will only increase the need for Federally expanded child care.
Is it just me or are you both talking around each other and admitting that Dems do have some form of limiting welfare programs etc. through birth control by abortion?
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Old 03-01-2019, 09:27 AM
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Is it just me or are you both talking around each other and admitting that Dems do have some form of limiting welfare programs etc. through birth control by abortion?
Not only that...It's also about the healthcare of the mother and fetus, with the Christian Evangelical repubs wanting to destroy Planned Parenthood, by lack of federal funding --- especially in our poor neighborhoods.
With the poor relying on back alley abortions...and the rich travelling to another country for a legal abortion.

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