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Harald vs DP
i guess i too am a pinko, commie bastard. from silvergoldsilver.com...
"There were a few gentlemen on the panel, Banksters or Vampires I call them. Men who spend their days hoarding wealth for which they are lauded, even though they have so much money (and bad karma) that barring a huge meltdown they will undoubtedly die with enough money to save a municipal school board. This money will be handed down to family members, and to mistresses no doubt, and nothing reminiscent of public good will come out of it.
But wait... Am I suggesting that wealth hoarders give up some money??? Holy crap, I must be a communist, at least a socialist, also I probably hate freedom. I am a communist because I believe in community. I am a socialist because I believe in society. I do hate freedom, that is to say, I hate monetary acquisition masquerading as freedom while at the same time someone false into debt slavery.
I am also a capitalist, as I do believe that there will be “haves” and “have-nots” in life, and people who work harder than others, therefore I believe in merit and the rewards that follow. However, I also believe that we are all here due to essentially a biological coincidence. Some of us were lucky to come out of the womb on a piece of dirt that isn’t a horrible place to live, while others were not."
read the whole article here... http://www.silvergoldsilver.com/entry/guest-post-pessimist-or-optimist
where are you Randian teabaggers!
Nearly 60 prominent theologians, priests, nuns and national Catholic social justice leaders released a statement today refuting Rep. Paul Ryan’s claim that his GOP budget proposal reflects Catholic teaching on care for the poor, which he made in an interview earlier this week with the Christian Broadcasting Network. The group of Catholic leaders — including a former high-ranking U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops official, a priest in Rep. Ryan’s district and the leadership team of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas — called on Ryan to “reconsider his radical budget proposal and refrain from distorting Church teaching.”