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Old Dec 05, 2012, 10:32 PM
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more than any other time in recent history, it's important that everyone does their best to limit as much as possible what they send to the Government. With the economy as bad as it is and unemployment being what it is, every dollar counts, and the more you send via taxes to the Government, the less you'll have to make sure you and yours are properly taken care of.
Old Dec 05, 2012, 11:07 PM
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Rand had other words too, "pass me the welfare, this lung cancer I got from a lifetime of smoking really sucks... *cough cough* I'm dyin.."
That's it? You're going to claim that supposed hypocrasy ( I don't know what her own explanation for this was) invalidates other principles and ideas of hers?

So when Teddy Kennedy drowned a girl, it made his opposition to acting in this way an invalid principle? Do math mistakes invalidate properly done math done by the same person?

As usual, more rules for radicals tactics. When you can't deal with the ideas, personalize it and go at the person. I've observed that among your sycophants here and doubtless off board as well, this tactic holds water. With folks interested in actual examination of ideas, the tactic's closest relative is a stream of yellow water which it's claimed is rain.
Old Dec 05, 2012, 11:13 PM
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When Rand pushes an ideological bent that even SHE can't live up to, then you know you're worshiping the wrong libertarian god. At least Milton Friedman walked the walk when running the economy into the ground.
Old Dec 05, 2012, 11:14 PM
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more than any other time in recent history, it's important that everyone does their best to limit as much as possible what they send to the Government. With the economy as bad as it is and unemployment being what it is, every dollar counts, and the more you send via taxes to the Government, the less you'll have to make sure you and yours are properly taken care of.

The basis of theiir actions when viewed in a completely non rhetorical manner, yet never addressed because it exposes the inverted worldview, is that the claim to resources rests upon a person's *inability* or unwillingness to produce. The less you can or do produce, the *greater* your rights to the production of those who do. So they're busy enshrining the parasitic morality of someone *else's* right to exist on another party's production into a twisted morass of law.

Immoral for you to want to keep your resources, moral for someone else to take them.And the qualifier? That person is not you, and their inability to be a net producer.
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They are coming so fast at times the amount of California plates on the highway leaves me wondering if I am in Texas or was teleported to California over night
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Beware,most of if not all immigrants, and that includes Ca people, migrating to other States carry with them their ideals and philosophy learned in their childhood. That includes me a bit compared to our peers in the Midwest.

That is a paradox because they leave to cast off their suppressors and tormentors but as soon as they plant their new roots, without even thinking, try to convert their new neighbors to their old ways of their suppressors. Liberals by nature are missionaries that will convert you by force if needed. Schools and political office are the the first to fall.

I know both our sons who grew up in the Ca school system despite their parents inputs were converted. All the new radical ideas are accepted including abortion, legalization of all drugs, gay marriage , Religion, gun rights, open borders, taxes, open borders etc. . Peer pressure is an all encompassing. envelope. As we watch our grand children grow I do notice a slow shift in their parents ideas so maybe their is hope. They are no longer missionaries on most topics but if you try to engage them in a conversation on the leftist views you are met with a bit of hostility. So these topics are off limits. I'm old so we won't be around to see the grand kids graduate from HS . That was our choice, to get educated and have a career before having children. Without this you get a very high % of misery and divorce in our system. It was well worth the sacrifice.

Both sons took the same path in having children , education with a good career, so maybe there is hope long term.

All you can do with your kids has been done at a very early age. You can only hope the ideas of real freedom take root and grow with maturity.

Don't let Calif ways subvert Texas. The power brokers are evil to the extreme.
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Old Dec 05, 2012, 11:21 PM
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When Rand pushes an ideological bent that even SHE can't live up to, then you know you're worshiping the wrong libertarian god. At least Milton Friedman walked the walk when running the economy into the ground.
I've yet to see a single human who actually lives up to any particular line of thinking, anywhere, ever.

By applying this standard you invalidate every possible ideology (expect perhaps pure anarchy) held by anyone at any time, including anything you epouse. It's insupportable to try to poison the well by claiming mistakes or hypocrasy falsify broader ideas, and then claim your ideas are exempt from the actions of those who espouse them.
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Bye bye. Just remember that you need to renounce your citizenship or else you'll owe back taxes on all the money you collect abroad.
Only if your not good at managing money... Take a tip from the U.S. Congress, there are a lot of ways to hide your money.
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Is this the video the OP is talking about?

Tax the Rich: An animated fairy tale (7 min 50 sec)
Old Dec 06, 2012, 12:13 PM
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Which is it?
It was clear to me. His business is moving away from the tax liability
Old Dec 06, 2012, 12:24 PM
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There are many states which are much better for individuals and business. Texas is booming from people and businesses fleeing CA.
Yeah well, good luck with that. Colorado had the same thing happen in the 90's, problem is the companies brought with them the same folks (employees) that created the mess in CA to begin with.
Old Dec 06, 2012, 12:26 PM
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They're just mad because they thought they were getting an easy job that you didn't have to work at for 12 months of the year, and they don't feel like they're getting enough respect for a job that can be done by any parent through home schooling.

Teachers somehow think they should be as respected and make as much money as doctors for teaching a bunch of highschool kids simple highschool courses.

Maybe if they went to college for something other than teaching they could be wealthy too.
Breakfast Club reference in there.

Old Dec 06, 2012, 12:32 PM
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Beware,most of if not all immigrants, and that includes Ca people, migrating to other States carry with them their ideals and philosophy learned in their childhood. That includes me a bit compared to our peers in the Midwest.

That is a paradox because they leave to cast off their suppressors and tormentors but as soon as they plant their new roots, without even thinking, try to convert their new neighbors to their old ways of their suppressors. Liberals by nature are missionaries that will convert you by force if needed. Schools and political office are the the first to fall.

I know both our sons who grew up in the Ca school system despite their parents inputs were converted. All the new radical ideas are accepted including abortion, legalization of all drugs, gay marriage , Religion, gun rights, open borders, taxes, open borders etc. . Peer pressure is an all encompassing. envelope. As we watch our grand children grow I do notice a slow shift in their parents ideas so maybe their is hope. They are no longer missionaries on most topics but if you try to engage them in a conversation on the leftist views you are met with a bit of hostility. So these topics are off limits. I'm old so we won't be around to see the grand kids graduate from HS . That was our choice, to get educated and have a career before having children. Without this you get a very high % of misery and divorce in our system. It was well worth the sacrifice.

Both sons took the same path in having children , education with a good career, so maybe there is hope long term.

All you can do with your kids has been done at a very early age. You can only hope the ideas of real freedom take root and grow with maturity.

Don't let Calif ways subvert Texas. The power brokers are evil to the extreme.
This is what I am afraid of. They already control Austin
Old Dec 06, 2012, 01:28 PM
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I don't see the California influx going on as presented. When I was in Austin in 1999 looking for a house, there were, in fact, California license plates galore. I've noticed one in the past couple of months. According to what was in the paper a year or so ago, the biggest sources of immigrants to Austin were people from other parts of Texas and people from other countries.

There is a good point made here. People immigrate to leave behind bad economic and political situations, but they are products of those situations. Given this, I think we ought to be putting more effort into teaching English as a second language, and teaching American principles of honesty and fairness.

I think it would be a good idea to prevent anyone from California from renting or buying a house in Austin until they had visited the Alamo and taken and passed a short course on Texas history.
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I don't see the California influx going on as presented. When I was in Austin in 1999 looking for a house, there were, in fact, California license plates galore. I've noticed one in the past couple of months. According to what was in the paper a year or so ago, the biggest sources of immigrants to Austin were people from other parts of Texas and people from other countries.

There is a good point made here. People immigrate to leave behind bad economic and political situations, but they are products of those situations. Given this, I think we ought to be putting more effort into teaching English as a second language, and teaching American principles of honesty and fairness.

I think it would be a good idea to prevent anyone from California from renting or buying a house in Austin until they had visited the Alamo and taken and passed a short course on Texas history.
I drive 100 miles a day average in between jobs and I just reported what I see so take it for what it is....A one man perspective
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When I was in Austin in 1999 looking for a house, there were, in fact, California license plates galore. I've noticed one in the past couple of months.
Meanwhile in California, the rental vacancy rate is going down again... in other words, people are piling up trying to move here.



Texas can make believe all they want, but CA's got no shortage of people wanting to move here for work. Just look at the rental market in SF:

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"You have to pounce as soon as you see an ad you like," said Chris Covert, a manager at Symantec who was among 18 people vying for a $1,395 Nob Hill studio last week. "It's definitely nuts."

Driving the demand is a new wave of tech workers at the city's rapidly growing social media and technology companies.

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/articl...#ixzz2EIgkbsIE


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