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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by amdx, Jul 31, 2010.

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  1. amdx

    amdx Guest

    in the 80's.... we had Ronald Reagan, Bob Hope, and Johnny Cash. Now we have
    Obama, No Hope, and No Cash..
     
  2. Guest

    ....but we do have change. Believe it!
     
  3. amdx

    amdx Guest

    --
    MikeK
    I prefer to Believe the voters will make a Change in November.
    Remember republicans vote on Tuesday and Democrats vote on Wednesday.
    MikeK
     
  4. Guest

    Even if every Demonicrat did (vote on Wednesdays), Franken would still be in
    the Senate. Who needs voters when you have ACORN?
     
  5. Yup, just rolled it up and took it to the bank.

    Now if only my 401k statement will stop showing:
    Contributions xxx.xx
    Gains (xxxxx.xx)

    I'd be doing a lot better.

    Cheers
     
  6. Guest

    I'd rate the House as probable. The Senate a long-shot, just because of the
    numbers. It would take 100% of the toss-ups and maybes. Not likely.
    Reid, maybe. McCain, not a chance.
    They can defund everything. The question is can they then withstand Obama
    "shutting down the government" and blaming the Republicans for it, as Clinton
    did.
    That is already happening. It *has* to, but it's not going to be pretty for
    anyone.
     
  7. Yeah! I've got $0.53 in my bank account! ;-)

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  8. I wish the Libertarians could get some press. The right-wing are
    anti-choice theocrats who are addicted to war.

    They're all happy with guns, but want to legislate or dictate away the
    rights that the guns are there to protect!

    Thanks,
    Rich
     
  9. When the 401K first came out, I looked into it, and decided, "What kind of
    numbskull considers 'playing the stock market' to be an 'investment fund?'"

    Glad I didn't fall for that scam! ;-)

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  10. Guest

    Commerce clause? That's so last century.

    http://www.breitbart.tv/congressman...ernment-can-do-most-anything-in-this-country/
     
  11. Guest

    We were taught such things in school. That was before "Heather has Two
    Mommys" took the place of Civics.
    They don't care. They want the world to work they way they want. NOW! They
    don't care if they have to destroy everything to get their way. The don't
    understand that they won't, only more suffering.
    What about the Top-10 Hit List?
    If the 'R's don't take the House in November, it's gone. If they do, it
    prolongs the agony some.
     
  12. Guest

    We discussed all that, too.
    Yep. It's the United *States*. The 17th Amendment did huge damage to the
    Constitution and the country.
    I don't think it can, after another two years like this one.
    Is it meaningful, though. Or is Holder going to sue MO next?
     
  13. Guest

    Obama and his minions haven't been impressed so far.
     
  14. Guest

    If that were true Obamacare wouldn't have passed. They would have been
    thinking of the unemployment lines long before now.
    I'm not buying it.
    What are people going to do when their employer drops, or is forced to drop
    their insurance? What are they going to do when the taxes double? Pay it.
     
  15. JosephKK

    JosephKK Guest

     
  16. JosephKK

    JosephKK Guest

    Get some very thin piano wire, very useful for snares and garrotes.
     
  17. I fear we're just going to have to learn the hard way, a la the (ex-)
    Soviet Union; but people will probably never learn - they'll just continue
    to do the same stupid crap and blame somebody else for their actions.

    Sigh.

    So, my plan is to stock up on water and canned foods, watch my jewels,
    and try to enjoy the ride when the whole card house comes crashing down.

    Oh, BTW:
    http://groups.google.com/group/sci....r:Dreaded+author:Libertarian#be8c28331bcef78e
    (mind the wrap)

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  18. Guest

    Yet 2/3rds of America isn't against OBAMA. If what you are saying were true,
    there wouldn't be a safe seat in Congress, this November.
    The stuff not of revolutions is being well fed, so far.
    Wonderful in theory. In reality, people are too easily bought with their own
    money.
    That doesn't seem to be translating into much real change (and I don't mean
    the hopey kind), however.
     
  19. Not because I didn't play the stock market. ;-)

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  20. Guest

    You *are* still broke. If had saved (in a 401K, or whatever) you wouldn't be.
     
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