Civil war in Venezuela

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CaliforniaCowboy

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#62
Yes. More endless war and rebuilding in an oil rich nation should work wonders on our close to trillion dollar deficit. It will certainly make the already too big government weaker and make our country more secure at the same time! Why wouldn't a conservative want more war!?
"conservatives" DO NOT support "more war". Why would anybody even make such a silly statement?

That is not what conservatives are, and not what conservatives support. Which wars exactly are you trying to blame on "conservatives"?

socialist Woodrow Wilson was Prez during WWI
socialist FDR was Prez during WW II

Korea was a police action and war was never declared (Truman) the operation was conducted under the auspices of the United Nations.

Vietnam - JFK and Johnson.

Serbia - Clinton

Lybia - Obama

Iraq invaded Kuwait... conservatives had nothing to do with it.

Al Quada attacked New York - conservatives had nothing to do with it. In the year after the attacks, more than nine in 10 Democrats and Republicans said they felt "extremely” or “very” proud to be an American, according to a Gallup poll.
 

CTeamPoke

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"conservatives" DO NOT support "more war". Why would anybody even make such a silly statement?

That is not what conservatives are, and not what conservatives support. Which wars exactly are you trying to blame on "conservatives"?

socialist Woodrow Wilson was Prez during WWI
socialist FDR was Prez during WW II

Korea was a police action and war was never declared (Truman) the operation was conducted under the auspices of the United Nations.

Vietnam - JFK and Johnson.

Serbia - Clinton

Lybia - Obama

Iraq invaded Kuwait... conservatives had nothing to do with it.

Al Quada attacked New York - conservatives had nothing to do with it. In the year after the attacks, more than nine in 10 Democrats and Republicans said they felt "extremely” or “very” proud to be an American, according to a Gallup poll.
I was being sarcastic, you dolt.
 

kaboy42

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He probably means anybody that disagrees with anything on the GOP platform.
Nah... I strictly meant anybody that's pro-illegal immigration... but completely hands-off when it comes to repressive, 3rd world country governments slaughtering their own people in broad day light.


Seems very hypocritical to me.
 

CTeamPoke

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#72
Nah... I strictly meant anybody that's pro-illegal immigration... but completely hands-off when it comes to repressive, 3rd world country governments slaughtering their own people in broad day light.


Seems very hypocritical to me.
Are there people on here that are pro-illegal immigration? Aside from the trolls...
 
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No it’s not.


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Allow me to explain. There are characteristics people possess that make them better or worse at "capitalism" that go beyond simply being willing to work. Examples would be the most menial and physically demanding jobs being the lower paid jobs. Capitalism works best for those with education, skills, genetic traits, family ties, and a strong work ethic. So, while willingness to work is a huge factor, it is not the only factor.
 

CaliforniaCowboy

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It's a little more complicated than that.
no it isn't. Honestly, this stuff is not complicated

Ben Franklin - "The Constitution only gives people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself."

Bernie Sanders - "The Constitution only gives people the right to pursue happiness as long as the government approves of the happiness you are pursuing. You have to catch it yourself."