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  1. eepatte commented on Tom Toles almost 4 years ago

    I don’t think Newt is conservative or liberal. I also agree with one of his ex-wives–he is not bothered by the fact that he does not believe what he says publicly. Newt says whatever he thinks the majority of potential voters may want to hear. He is a salesman, hawking his snake oil to gain power and prestige. (and maybe some money, too.) If he were a true conservative like Barry Goldwater, maybe I’d have some respect for him. He is, however, very much like the current republican leadership. They might not like Newt, but he is selling snake oil to the underinformed voters just like they are. A true right wing fascist might have some principles. Newt does not.

  2. eepatte commented on Chan Lowe almost 4 years ago

    Hey, Backlash,

    You mean like roads and bridges?

    Maybe taxpayers should put their money into subsidizing big bank bailouts or big oil, or big agribusiness? Oh, yeah. I forgot. We already do that. How has it been working for you? It appears to be working well for large corporations.

  3. eepatte commented on Stuart Carlson almost 4 years ago

    @CXA: Are you saying that sometimes there just ain’t enough torches and pitchforks?

  4. eepatte commented on Chuck Asay almost 4 years ago

    Where is that really necessary piglet, oil company subsidies? And what about that bucolic favorite piglet, farm subsidies?

  5. eepatte commented on Ben Sargent almost 4 years ago

    @metm: Sometimes true, BUT militant atheists have some logic, reason and evidence on their side.

  6. eepatte commented on Jim Morin about 4 years ago

    That is something that we are not supposed to think about.

    This point should have been used by our government after 9/11. That could have really changed the whole world for the better.

  7. eepatte commented on Glenn McCoy about 4 years ago

    So what should our President do with respect to Egypt and Libya? Pretty much just what he has done. If you want to know what he should NOT do, just ask yourself “What would Bush have done?”

  8. eepatte commented on Clay Jones about 4 years ago

    @disgusted…:”Wall street perks are privately earned”..? then why did so much of our tax money go to them? What did they do for us?

  9. eepatte commented on Joel Pett about 4 years ago

    @jimxoo67:

    You and the other teabaggers are actually pretty close to being right on the money with one big exception–Substitute “big corporations” for “big government.” You are right–you are being screwed, but it ain’t the big government that’s doing it to you.

  10. eepatte commented on Clay Jones about 4 years ago

    @jimxoo67: If teachers are making so much money, why don’t you sign up to teach? I do not see a lot of people lining up for those cushy, “shovel money at us” jobs.

    Look at:

    http://publiccomix.wordpress.com/

    Corporatists try to divide the workers to lower all our wages. Teachers as a class are worth more than what they are paid. After all, what are we asking them to do for us?

    I think other workers are worth more than what they are now paid, too. There is a concerted effort by corporatists to drive down wages for the working class and to divide us politically. It’s worked really well for them since Ronnie Raygun.

    We need to stand together. Corporations need us more than we need them.